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Following a show-stopping debut in Hell last weekend, the FIA World Rallycross Championship’s new electric era will race into Rīga for an action-packed double-header next month (3-4 September), with entries now official for World RX and Euro RX1.
The FIA World Rallycross Championship’s exciting new era got off to an electrifying start in Hell this weekend (13-14 August), with Johan Kristoffersson delivering a champion’s performance in front of a large and enthusiastic Norwegian crowd to battle back from misfortune to the top step of the podium.
Timmy Hansen and Johan Kristoffersson ended the 2021 FIA World Rallycross Championship tied on points at the summit of the standings – with the latter clinching his fourth career crown on countback. Today, they began the 2022 campaign in similar fashion – this time in Hansen’s favour – as the series’ eagerly-anticipated electric era sparked spectacularly into life in Hell.
The future is here. The future is now. Yesterday evening in downtown Stjørdal, Norway (11 August), enthusiastic fans lined the streets to catch a first glimpse of the all-electric beasts that will revolutionise the FIA World Rallycross Championship this year – as Johan Kristoffersson promised them ‘a season to remember’.
In a new initiative, the FIA World Rallycross Championship’s top performers will be rewarded with a free set of Cooper Tires after each event in 2022, in recognition of outstanding displays of speed, skill and sportsmanship.
Already unveiled as the FIA World Rallycross Championship’s Official Construction Equipment Supplier, Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) will additionally play a leading role in the design and development of future World RX circuits as the series’ Official Track Building Partner.