Thursday 13th of June 2019

Reliant made an explosive 2019 Fantasy RX debut at the Dayinsure World RX of Great Britain last month, round four of the FIA World Rallycross Championship, by taking claiming victory. But, it’s TimeSpaceSky RX that continues to lead the standings ahead of round five at Hell in Norway this weekend. 

Belgian entrant Reliant scored 1902 points, the same amount as second placed DDFRX from Silverstone. Both contestants picked a team of Timmy Hansen (Pool A), Anton Marklund (Pool B), Timo Scheider (Pool C) and Oliver Bennett (Pool D) and got four of the five bonus questions right as well, but neither guessed in which Qualifier the fastest time would be set. Third from Silverstone was Swedish RX rules, who has improved with each of the four rounds this season so far. At Silverstone, Swedish RX rules finished 23 points away from victory, the amount of points dropped by getting one less bonus answer correct.

In the overall standings, TimeSpaceSky RX increased the margin at the front to 154 points from MTS RacingJacks team is a further 58 points behind in third. The most picked driver at the UK round of Fantasy RX was Timo Scheider in Pool B, followed by Timmy Hansen in Pool A. Those well informed participants were rewarded by both drivers having strong events and returning big points hauls.

For Hell RX this weekend, don’t forget that Lithuania’s Rokas Baciuska will be driving a third GC Kompetition Renault Megane for the first time, and Netherlands’ Kevin Abbring will make his World RX debut in ESmotorsport-Labas GAS’s Skoda Fabia. Which current or former Hansen Motorsport driver will be fastest in practice, and which Renault driver will top Q2?

Hot tip: Don’t forget that Pool B starter Liam Doran has won at Hell RX before and has already been on the World RX podium this season.

Enter now here.

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