In case you missed it, catch up with all the action now
The word ‘legend’ is all too often overused, but in the case of Per Eklund, it is entirely appropriate. This is a man who has raced against – and beaten – some of the biggest names in the sport, conquered the iconic Pikes Peak hillclimb and gruelling Safari Rally and won the FIA European Rallycross Championship. In just over two weeks’ time, he will return to the series for the Euro RX1 season-opener at Höljes. At the age of 75.
Thomas Bryntesson will return to FIA European Rallycross Championship competition at Höljes later this month (20-22 August), as the successful Swede targets the top step of the podium on home soil in the opening round of the 2021 Euro RX1 campaign.
As the first-ever FIA electric rallycross championship, the FIA RX2e Championship broke new ground in Barcelona just over a week ago (23-24 July) – and as the pioneering series’ inaugural winner, Guillaume De Ridder carved out his own little piece of history for good measure.
Timo Scheider has hailed a ‘great season-opener’ for ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport in the FIA World Rallycross Championship in Barcelona last weekend (23-24 July), and after being denied the opportunity to fight for a podium finish, the German has vowed to ‘push even harder next time’.
Kobe Pauwels was one of the undisputed revelations of the 2021 FIA World Rallycross Championship curtain-raiser in Barcelona last weekend (23-24 July), as the Euro RX3 rookie belied his lack of experience to confidently take the fight to the series’ front-runners.
Kevin Hansen beat the world’s best in Barcelona today (24 July), as the 2021 FIA World Rallycross Championship got underway in spectacular style in Spain with sensational racing across the board and a breathtaking battle for World RX honours.