Tickets are now available to purchase for Ramudden World RX of Norway on 13-14 August, as Hell makes its eagerly-anticipated return to the FIA World Rallycross Championship schedule following a three-year absence.
The popular and undulating Lånkebanen circuit was a regular fixture in the series from 2014 to 2019 – with world champions Johan Kristoffersson and Timmy Hansen as well as rallycross legends Andreas Bakkerud and Niclas Grönholm all racing to victory there – but Covid kept it off the calendar in 2020 and 2021.
This season, however, Hell is back with a bang, welcoming as it will not only the newly-electric headlining World RX show, but also RX2e and the FIA European Rallycross Championship’s Euro RX1 and Euro RX3 categories for a bumper bill of action-packed entertainment.
Adult single-day tickets are priced at NOK 400 (c. €40) for advance purchase, with weekend passes available for NOK 700 (c. €70). Grandstand tickets and VIP weekend passes are also on sale.
Children aged between 12-15 are admitted for NOK 200 (c. €20) for single-day entry, or NOK 300 (c. €30) for the full weekend. There is no charge for under-12s accompanied by a paying adult.
To buy tickets or for further information, click here. To pre-book camping, click here.