This weekend, though, they settle in Spain to compete at the Rally RACC on gravel stages that used to be a part of the World Rally Championship.
It’s a packed schedule for the pair, who’ve barely had time at home before jetting off to their next event.
“We’re super busy it feels,” Gill said.
“We arrived home on Tuesday, then by Monday we were already in Spain ready for the next rally, so there’s not much time to think in between travel and preparation.”
After experiencing troublesome events at the previous two FIA Rally Star rounds in Estonia and Slovenia, the pair are due for a trouble-free run.
For co-driver Dan Brkic, the consistency is there, it’s just the luck aspect that is missing.
“We’ve set some really good times all throughout the year, but haven’t had luck on our side,” he explained.
Gill & Brkic are well prepared for Rally RACC.
“Taylor’s driving has been superb, especially having to overcome the difficult terrain and road position we encountered in Estonia.
“We’re really happy with our progress, and in Spain, where conditions will be more suited to what we have experienced back home, we can have a big push.”
The Spanish stages around Catalunya cover 126 competitive kilometres across two days of competition.
Gill and Brkic will start car 14 on the road and have their fellow FIA Rally Star teams and two other Rally3 cars as rivals in the event.
As part of the 46-strong field, there are many Spanish speedsters who’ll be fighting for the win. One of those is former Junior World Rally Champion, Nil Solans, who has experience in this event in a top-flight World Rally Car.