|Born||31 March 1954|
|FIA World Rallycross Championship career|
|Current team||MJP Racing Team Austria|
|Best finish||40th in 2015|
|FIA European Rallycross Championship career|
|Current team||MJP Racing Team Austria|
Max Pucher is an Austrian businessman and racing driver currently participating in the World Rallycross Championship. He is the owner and team principal of MJP Racing Team Austria. He also co-founded Swiss-Austrian software company ISIS Papyrus.
|2015||World RX Team Austria||Ford Fiesta|| POR |
| HOC |
| BEL |
| GBR |
| GER |
| SWE |
|CAN|| NOR |
| FRA |
| BAR |
| TUR |
| ITA |
|2016||World RX Team Austria||Ford Fiesta||POR|| HOC |
| BEL || GBR || NOR || SWE || CAN || FRA || BAR || LAT || GER || ARG ||38th||0|
|2018||MJP Racing Team Austria||Ford Fiesta|| BAR || POR || BEL || GBR || NOR |
| SWE || CAN || FRA || LAT || USA || GER || RSA ||32nd*||0*|
|2016||World RX Team Austria||Ford Fiesta|| BEL |
| NOR |
| SWE |
| BAR || LAT ||18th||7|
Since June 2021, Max Pucher has stepped down from his board position at ISIS Papyrus Software to pursue journalistic and political activities. He is a conservative with a focus on free markets, human rights and individual freedom. He also appears in an Austrian independent TV station auf1 tv. He expresses views that are sceptical of a coming CO2 caused climate catastrophe and urges responsible ecological action to protect the environment. He also critisises the Austrian and other governments for unscientific measures against the SARS-COV-2 epidemic and demands better information and investigation into the experimental Corona vaccines. He demands that the vaccination has to be a personal choice and not mandated by government. His views are considered right wing by the leftist-extremists despite presenting purely official information and scientific studies that are however not welcome by the mainstream media and globalist politicians. He uses current political direction to project a hypothetical totalitarian outcome that diminishes human rights.
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