Cyril Raymond discovered motorsport thanks to his father, who was a rally driver in France. In 2004, Cyril started go karting in the south of France at the age of 10. For the following 7 years, he raced many different categories and in 2011 raced the Formula 4 French Championship with Pierre Gasly, a Red Bull Formula 1 driver.
In 2013, Raymond discovered Rallycross through his wife, whose father was a driver in the French Rallycross Championship and her uncle had a Rallycross team. He started racing the Twingo Cup and won the French Junior Rallycross Championship in his first year. In 2014, Cyril had an official program with the French federation of Rallycross (AFOR) in the Super 1600. He won the Championship and became double French Champion.
At the end of 2014, Cyril tested the RXLites car in Turkey with OlsbergsMSE.
In 2015, Cyril decided to do one race of the French Rallycross Championship in a supercar and won it! He followed this doing two races in RXLite, CanadaRX and SpainRX, and finished 2nd of the both races with OlsbergsMSE.
In 2016 he won his first full RXLites Championship season with OlsbergsMSE and in 2017, he won the RX2 Championship (7 races, 6 wins) and the Red Bull GRC Lites in America with OlsbergsMSE.
2018 saw him missing the first race of the FIA European Championship but he finished the Championship 3rd overall and won his home race, LoheacRX in France.
The 25 year old is fully committed to motorsport, working as a race driving instructor when not racing Championships.