For the first time in six years, the FIA World Rallycross Championship will return to its spiritual home this summer for World RX of United Kingdom at Lydden Hill (22-23 July), and tickets for the eagerly-anticipated event are now on sale.
Rallycross as a sport was born at Lydden Hill on 4 February, 1967, and the popular Kent circuit has undergone significant development since World RX last visited in 2017. This includes a re-profiled, wide loose-surface opening corner and the addition of a large jump in the first half of the lap, designed to increase overtaking opportunities and further enhance the spectacle for fans.
The all-electric World Championship and supporting FIA RX2e Championship will be joined at the event by the Motorsport UK British Rallycross Championship 5 Nations Trophy’s headlining Supercar class.
Single-day adult admission is available from £26.13, while weekend tickets can be purchased for £47.03. Children aged 13 and under will be admitted free of charge. Camping is on sale for £20.90 per person for two nights (Friday/Saturday), with VIP options starting at £104.50.
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