He’s 18 years old, Bolivian, and is currently the rally star of his country. In 2018 he debuted as a hit in WRC2 in Guanajuato, Mexico, in a Ford Fiesta. He has full support from Bolivia’s government for his future plans, which include Chile for 2019.

“I’ll race in Chile this year,” states the neighbouring country’s revelation driver, who doesn’t hesitate to answer with a straight yes when asked about his arrival in our territory, for the coming season that begins in April.

During the past season, Bulacia cut a deal with Ford, to race five world rounds. He finally did four, yet it’s not known whether he has already reached a new agreement for season 2019. According to the information RallyMobil has access to, three Bolivian drivers are planning to develop their careers in Chile in 2019 and 2020.

It should be noted that Marco kicked off in a Ford Fiesta R5 in 2018, nevertheless, he concluded the season aboard a Skoda Fabia R5 and represented the Czech manufacturer at Rallies Wales and Spain. He competed under the American manufacturer in Mexico and Argentina..

The young Bolivian dynamo debuted in 2015 in Rally Montero – Azucarero, Bolivia, and from then on he has only proven his talent and capacity to become a main figure in this activity. His career was prompted at an early age by his father, Marco Bulacia, traditional driver at Rally Dakar, which is why he was already taking his first steps in the Bolivian karting. Today, being only 18 years old, he promises to rise and we want to see him on Chilean land while competing and demonstrating his full capabilities.