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21 Dec 2012

PR: ERC

Category: Press Releases Posted 21.12.12 21:30 by

A European competition, central situated circuits, attractive regulations, open paddocks, one organisation, active promotion and… more than €100,000.00 prize money.

 

The European Rallycross Challenge will be driven on spectacular circuits where spectators get close to the action alongside the track or in open paddocks. Together with the adjusted regulations and friendly entry fees this is the Rallycross competition of the future.

The European Rallycross Challenge exists of the familiar classes: TouringCars, Super1600s and SuperCars. The new regulations are friendlier, clearer and based on 40 years of Rallycross experience. Rules difficult to control have been deleted and winners will be rewarded with attractive day and final prizes. The total prize money for the 2013 season is more than €100,000.00.

For 2013 there are 6 races planned on different top-Rallycross tracks in France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Austria and the Czech Republic. Most races take two days and the circuits are all in central Europe making it easy to travel from one to another.

 

  • 2013 European Rallycross Challenge calendar:
  • 21.04. Melk in Austria*
  • 19.05. Essay in France
  • 28.07. Kerlabo in France
  • 11.08. Maasmechelen in Belgium
  • 18.08. Valkenswaard in The Netherlands
  • 29.09. Sosnová in the Czech Republic
  • *To be confirmed!

 

The European Rallycross Challenge will be promoted to the big crowd from one central organisation. A uniform appearance and promotion will add to the awareness of the competition. All traditional and modern communication will be used: TV contacts will be approached and races will be available through live streaming!

The European Rallycross Challenge is based on wishes of circuits, drivers and spectators making it “Rallycross the way it’s meant to be”.

Interested? Mail to: info@ercweb.eu

Note: All given information is subject to FIA approval.