Timmy Hansen has continued his run of good form in the FIA World Rallycross Championship after winning this weekend’s World RX of Turkey. It is the seventh consecutive event that Team Peugeot-Hansen has finished on the podium. Andreas Bakkerud took the runner-up spot and third place was taken by Johan Kristoffersson.
After building up a rather healthy lead in the World RX series reigning champion Petter Solberg lost some ground to Timmy Hansen who claimed two consecutive wins in Norway and France. However, in Spain the emperor was able to strike back by winning the WRX of Barcelona event.
Timmy Hansen today claimed his second consecutive 2015 WorldRX victory at Lohéac in France, after winning the Norwegian WRX round in Hell only two weeks ago. Reigning World champion and series leader Petter Solberg made it to runner-up, while the real sensation was the third place of homeboy Jean-Baptiste Dubourg.
Swede Timmy Hansen won his first 2015 FIA World Rallycross Championship round in Norway’s Hell from his French team-mate Davy Jeanney and fellow-countryman Robin Larsson while Norwegian Tommy Rustad made the EuroRX Final his.
The first day of the Norwegian FIA World Rallycross Championship round at the Lånkebanen in Hell saw Swede Timmy Hansen and his French team-mate Davy Jeanney claiming the first two places of the overnight standings while Russian Timur Timerzyanov holds third place.
Frenchman Davy Jeanney claimed Round 7 of the FIA World Rallycross Championship in Canada, after a lights-to-flag victory at the wheel of his Team Peugeot-Hansen prepared Peugeot 208 SuperCar. The two Marklund Motorsport team-mates Finn Toomas Heikkinen and American Tanner Foust finished second and third respectively in a pair of VW Polo Mk5 SuperCars.
Mattias Ekström, who crossed the finish line in second place, was eventually declared the winner of WorldRX of Sweden. Timmy Hansen has been made runner-up, after first getting a 5 seconds penalty (for pushing and driving outside the track) that would have dropped him from first to fourth place.