Two rounds in April??? Just a few weeks after the first round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship, we’re already set for another one!
2003 World Rally Champion. 2014 and 2015 World Rallycross Champion. Runner up in WRC three times, and one season third as a privateer. Norwegian Rally Champion in 1998. Norwegian Rallycross and hillclimb champion in 1995. His team completely dominated in World Rallycross the last couple of years. An absolute legend.
That was approximately the thought going through my head as I looked at the calendar for the 2019 FIA World Rallycross Championship. April has barely started, and the first round of the season is set to be held at a new track at Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi. Wait, WHAT?
It’s almost Christmas, and the stressful time-consuming thing called work is replaced with time off, good food, family and gifts. That means it’s also a fitting to reveal the winner of Fantasy WorldRX 2018!
This weekend we’ll have the last round of this FIA World Rallycross season, where both titles are already handed out to Johan Kristoffersson and Volkswagen. What is then still to play for? In Fantasy RX: Everything.
I’m now a member of the crowd that has better looking rims on their winter setup..
I guess it’s nice to warn the locals about all the American NATO soldiers that are currently visiting and learning to drive on winter roads.
We’re closing up on the end of the season, Johan Kristoffersson is crowned FIA World Rallycross Champion for the second year in a row, and is looking more dominant than ever. That’s why we’re going to Estering and its feared first corner, just to mix things up a bit.
The FIA World Rallycross Championship visits the USA for the first time this weekend, heading to the new rallycross track at COTA in Austin, Texas. There’s never been more forbidden fruit gathered in the US ever before.
What, another round of WorldRX already? Riga, Latvia awaits for what will be the 9th round this year, and the final round of EuroRX. There’s also some special guests this time as well.
Ended up buying the Corolla. I’m quite happy so far, I don’t think I could’ve managed to find a cleaner car for that money.
The entry lists are full. The spectator stands will be full. This classic event in Loheac, France is one you don’t want to miss.
Feels tight and stabile, but also has the responsiveness you want in the city. The 110 hp 1.6 makes it quick enough, and should be bulletproof as well. It is also huge inside considering it’s only a 3-door hatch. NP for 3000€?
That speed and those jumps. Best viewed in this video:
After one of the longer breaks of this season, we’re finally having another round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship this weekend. We’re going to Canada!
It’s the end of July, which means that we have one of the most iconic events on the calendar coming up. The drivers of the World Rally Championship will have to tackle high speeds on flowing forest roads, where they are flying about as much as driving due to all the jumps. This be good.
Seems like it’s Eastern Bloc season
Note the license plate
Currently doing the TCR Europe series in a (Seat) Cupra, Stian Paulsen is running his own team by doing basically most of it himself, and shows it all on Youtube as well.