13 May 2013

NLRC: Van Mechelen again

Posted Monday, May 13th, 2013 by

The second round of the Dutch Rallycross Championship at Valkenswaard saw Patrick Van Mechelen, Peter van de Wege, Willem Slob, Davy Leysen and Johan Kwinten as winners of the five different classes.

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11 May 2013

SRC: Live Stream Round 1

Posted Saturday, May 11th, 2013 by

Live video streaming for Round 1 of the Swedish Rallycross Championship in Strängnäs is available via the ASN website.

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08 May 2013

SRC: Johan K. set for more

Posted Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 by

With Johan Kristoffersson, son of Tommy Kristoffersson, the next offspring of a former Rallycross hero is set to walk in the shoes of his dad. After starting his own motorsport career in tarmac racing Johan K. is ready for his first Rallycross event.

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27 Apr 2013

1991: ERC conquers Portugal

Posted Saturday, April 27th, 2013 by

Before Montalegre, where this weekend Rd2 of RallycrossRX will be run, it was Lousada who hosted for many a year the ERC rounds of Portugal. Here a short review of the inaugural Portuguese European round in 1991.

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18 Apr 2013

NLRC: PVM victorious

Posted Thursday, April 18th, 2013 by

The Dutch Rallycross Championship (NLRC) kick-off at Valkenswaard was also the 3rd Round of the Belgian Rallycross Championship (BRC) and eventually won by guest Patrick Van Mechelen from householder Jos Kuijpers.

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16 Apr 2013

DRX: Münnich takes opener

Posted Tuesday, April 16th, 2013 by

René Münnich in SuperCars, Mandie August in Super1600s, Silva Winterhoff in SuperNationals and Jannik Riese in the RX Cup class were the winners at Groß Dölln.

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11 Apr 2013

1967: No Brands, no FMD, no BBC

Posted Thursday, April 11th, 2013 by

For more than 30 years some people keep on claiming that the motorsport of Rallycross owes its existence to either a 1963 Rallysprint-type event held at the car parks of Brands Hatch Circuit, or to the outbreak of the foot-and-mouth disease in the UK – or even to both. All utter nonsense! Rallycross was born at Lydden Hill, already nine months before the 1967 RAC Rally was cancelled due to FMD. And it was not born for the BBC ‘Grandstand’ cameras, as often claimed, but for an ITV programme called ‘World of Sport’.

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