|Date of Birth||9 March, 2000|
|Euro RX debut||Norway, 2017|
|Euro RX wins||0|
|Euro RX podiums||0|
Sivert Svardal made his Euro RX debut on home soil at Hell in 2017, immediately reaching the semi-final stage in the TouringCar category behind the wheel of a Mazda RX-8. The following year, a full campaign looked to have yielded the class crown by a single point in the Höljes finale – TouringCar’s last event as an FIA European Championship – only for a post-race fuel test failure to result in disqualification and relegate him to ninth in the overall standings.
The Norwegian could console himself with a title triumph in the domestic series that same season aged just 18, which he backed up with a second-place championship finish in 2019, earning him the Norwegian ASN’s prestigious ‘Talent of the Year’ accolade.
Following an abortive attempt to step up to Euro RX’s headlining Supercar (now Euro RX1) category in 2020, Svardal joined the field in 2021 in a former title-winning, ex-Marklund Motorsport Volkswagen Polo, progressing through to the final in Latvia and being voted Cooper Tires ‘Rookie of the Year’. He returned to the fray in 2022.