Round 1 of the 2015 Finnish Rallycross Championship was held last Saturday at Kouvola and eventually won by Niclas Grönholm, the son of two-times World Rally Champion Marcus Grönholm.
At the end of Day 2 of the WorldRX round in Belgium it was Finn Toomas ‘Topi’ Heikkinen who claimed overall victory at Mettet for the second year back-to-back. Petter Solberg made it to runner-up, although throwing a good result almost away through a jump start in his Semi-Final…
After Day 1 of the WorldRX round of Belgium in Mettet reigning World Rallycross Champion Petter Solberg and his challenger Mattias Ekström are tied on equal 84 points, but due to his faster time in Heat 2 the Norwegian tops the overnight standings.
The 19th weekend of the running year saw Rallycross events in Sweden, Italy, Norway and The Netherlands. ERC24 collected the final results and a couple of images.
Double British Rally Champion Guy Wilks joins JRM Racing for the British round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship while Albatec Racing will also field two cars at Lydden Hill, driven by David Binks and Andy Scott.
Reigning World Rallycross Champion Petter Solberg dominated his Semi-Final and eventually the all-decisive Final of the ‘WorldRX of Hockenheim’ round in Germany to claim a victory one week after the season opener in Portugal.
After reigning World Rallycross Champion Petter Solberg had finished Day 1 of the WorldRX of Hockenheim event in sixth position today the Norwegian fought back in style, made both Heat 3 and Heat 4 his and is now in the lead of the Intermediate Classification.
The DTM and Formula One venue Hockenheimring is the host of WorldRX Round 2 where Johan Kristoffersson and Liam Doran claimed the fastest times of Heat 1 and Heat 2 respectively during the afternoon of Germany’s May 1 holiday.
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The WorldRX weekend of Montalegre in Portugal remained cold, wet and muddy and when Day 2 came to its end it was Johan Kristoffersson who took overall victory from reigning World Rallycross Champion Petter Solberg while Timmy Hansen finished in third place.
The FIA World Rallycross Championship today started its 2015 season in soaking wet weather on a muddy track at Montalegre in Portugal. After Day 1 it is Ford campaigner Andreas Bakkerud who leads the Overnight Standings, Citroën driver and reigning World Champion Petter Solberg is in second position.