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Título: RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Febrero 29, 2016, 19:22:56 pm
FIA WORLD RALLYCROSS 2016

Qué ganas que empiece el RX Rallycross 2016 !!

Novedades!

Ken Block se une al RX Rallycross con Ford!

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KEN BLOCK IS LATEST STAR TO JOIN WORLD RX
Ken Block is the latest driver to announce he will join the all-new FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy after the American star has confirmed he will compete in a minimum of three rounds in 2014.

Block – who will drive a Ford Fiesta as part of the Hoonigan Racing Division – will begin his World RX campaign in Hell, Norway from 14-15 June, and will also compete in Loheac, France (6-7 September) and Istanbul, Turkey (11-12 October).

This latest news follows on from last week’s announcement that former Formula One World Champion Jacques Villeneuve will compete on the World RX grid which boasts a truly international and star-studded line-up.

Martin Anayi, Managing Director of World RX for IMG Motorsport ­– a division of IMG, the global sport, fashion and media company – welcomed the announcement as another positive story for motorsport’s fastest growing championship.

“We’re absolutely delighted to have Ken Block and Hoonigan Racing on board for three rounds of this year’s FIA World Rallycross Championship,” said Anayi. “Block’s style epitomises World RX and his huge international following will help lift the profile of our championship to a younger and more digitally-savvy generation. He’s a hugely exciting personality to have onboard in 2014 and his spectacular driving style will make for fantastic crowd-pleasing entertainment.”

Ken Block added: “I’m stoked with how the new liveries for my Ford Fiestas have turned out, as well as the race schedule we’ve been able to put together for 2014.  Once again I’ve been fortunate enough to put together a highly diverse schedule that has me going around the world... and, most interestingly, racing in three of the World Rallycross Championship rounds for the first time ever. I’m pretty sure nobody has a better job than me this year!”

http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/8317/ken-block-is-latest-star (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/8317/ken-block-is-latest-star)

Y ya estuvo participando como WildCar

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9F7s4jKihgU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9F7s4jKihgU)



Sebastian Loeb se une con el Team Hansen Red Bull Peugeot

LOEB JOINS WORLD RX WITH TEAM PEUGEOT-HANSEN

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Nine-time FIA World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb will join Team Peugeot-Hansen to compete in all 12 rounds of this year’s FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy.  Loeb will partner last year’s runner-up Timmy Hansen in a two-car squad with both drivers piloting a Peugeot 208 WRX Supercar.

Before the start of the season, Loeb and Hansen were put to the test in Hansen’s home country, over a challenging ice track on a frozen lake in Are, Sweden. Watch the team battle it out on this unique rallycross playground here.

Having racked up more rally championships and wins than any other driver, Loeb’s latest move to rallycross comes as no surprise. He is no stranger to the sport either: Loeb competed at his home round at Loheac back in 2013 and also won a rallycross gold medal at the 2012 X Games in California.

“I’m very excited by this opportunity to participate in the full FIA World Rallycross Championship for the first time,” explained 42-year-old Loeb, the world’s most successful rally driver. “Over the years I have been fortunate to participate in some truly amazing racing, but rallycross - with the sheer power and the competiveness of the Peugeot 208 WRX plus the intense nature of the competition - will be something very special. The car and the strategy for this type of racing is completely new to me, so I have a lot to learn, but I hope I can be competitive pretty soon.”

Team Principal Kenneth Hansen added: “Last season we proved that we had the potential to perform in the series with Timmy Hansen and Davy Jeanney. By adding Sebastien Loeb to the equation, we will be even stronger. Rallycross is one of the hardest disciplines to dominate, with no room for mistakes. Loeb has incredible capacity to adapt and I have no doubt that he will be a strong challenger.”

Hansen and Loeb will aim to win both the World RX team and driver titles this year. Hansen commented: “I’ve looked up to Sebastien Loeb my entire life: I even met him once to get his autograph. So to work with him now is like a dream come true for me. I have a lot to learn still, so to get advice from him will be amazing. And I’m sure he’ll also have a lot of specific things to learn from me in rallycross. That’s how I hope we can bring the team forward together: pushing new limits and helping each other grow.”

As well as the main squad, Peugeot Sport and Hansen Motorsport have started a new team venture with Peugeot Hansen Academy this year, with Davy Jeanney and Kevin Hansen.

Frenchman Jeanney, who won two rounds of last year’s World RX [Canada and Germany] will be the new team’s mentor driving a Peugeot 208 WRX Supercar in ten rounds of this year’s World Championship. “I’m very happy to continue working with one of the most competitive teams and to share my experience with Kevin for his debut in the top international series,” explained Jeanney.

Kevin Hansen, who won last year’s RX Lites Championship and finished second in the Swedish Championship in 2015, will compete in the FIA European Rallycross Championship this year as well as selected world outings.

“It’s great to have Davy on the team and to have the chance to learn from such a professional driver,” said Kevin Hansen. “He has so much experience and is a good coach to have, especially now that I will be also racing in part of the world series.”

Paul Bellamy, World RX Managing Director for IMG, concluded: "It is an honour to have Sebastien join us in World RX. He is a world class driver who has proved himself with nine World Championship titles - we look forward to seeing how he gets on in rallycross. Timmy's experience will no doubt help Sebastien when it comes to learning the ins and outs of the sport and it's excellent to also have Davy and Kevin race with the Peugeot Hansen academy this year."

The opening round of the 2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship kicks off in Montalegre, Portugal, from 15-17 April.

http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/9100/loeb-joins-world-rx-with (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/9100/loeb-joins-world-rx-with)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROrMDZB4PHU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROrMDZB4PHU)


Y ya tuvo su debut en 2013 en Lohreac!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyzAOTbc34I (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyzAOTbc34I)



Y aún nos falta saber con qué va a correr (y con quién) el vigente doble campeón, Petter Solberg !



Ahora hablemos del campeonato.

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http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/about (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/about)


Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Marzo 02, 2016, 23:15:33 pm
Esta será la montura de Block y Backerud para 2016.

El Ford Focus RX creado por MSport

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http://www.facebook.com/MSportLtd/photos/a.108349819208079.4742.106632069379854/1080836891959362/?type=3&theater (http://www.facebook.com/MSportLtd/photos/a.108349819208079.4742.106632069379854/1080836891959362/?type=3&theater)


Personalmente creo que es un vehículo de batalla demasiado larga para el RX, pero quizás les veamos luchando por victorias!
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 03, 2016, 14:12:05 pm
Entrevista a Solberg.


Petter Solberg: “Estoy más motivado que nunca”

El piloto noruego celebra la  llegada al Mundial de Rallycross de Sebastien Loeb: "Cuando me enteré de  que iba a competir en 2016 me puse como loco"


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El noruego Petter Solberg, antes de tomar la salida en una de las mangas. con su Ds3 Rx.

Andrés H.-Cachalvite  (http://"http://www.laregion.es/author/ahermida") 03/04/2016 08:34 h.


Siempre sonriente y espectacular, compita en  el campeonato que compita. Petter Solberg (Askim, 1974), el vigente  campeón del Campeonato del Mundo de rallycross demuestra la misma pasión  cuando habla que cuando debutó en el mundial de rallys, allá por el año  98. Ahora, con el inicio de la temporada en Montalegre (Portugal) a  escasos 65 kilómetros de Ourense, el noruego comenta sus impresiones de  cara a un Mundial que se presenta apasionante.
   

Después de dos títulos consecutivos en el Mundial de Rallycross ¿La motivación de cara a este inicio de 2016 es la misma?
Estoy más motivado que nunca. Las ganas de competir y ganar nunca han  sido un problema en toda mi carrera. Tengo una pasión y ganas de  disfrutar dificil de explicar. Cuando me enteré en diciembre que Loeb  iba a competir me puse como loco. Creo que hacía años que no tenía  tantas ganas. Me he pasado todo el invierno preparándome al máximo.

¿Por qué elegiste esta especialidad una vez finalizado tu último contrato en el Campeonato del Mundo de Rallys?
Es sencillo. Aunque tuve muchas ofertas al terminar la temporada  2012, lo cierto es que elegí esta modalidad porque la sensación de  conducir un coche como este me hace sonreír. Empecé mi carrera en  rallycross, en Noruega, así que sabía que me iba a enganchar.

Fuiste campeón del Mundo de Rallys en 2003 con Subaru. ¿Los  sentimientos al lograr tus dos campeonatos de Rallycross son  comparables?
La sensación de ganar el Mundial de rallys es incomparable, algo  impagable. No puede compararse con absolutamente nada. En 2003 en Subaru  éramos un equipo enorme, con un ambiente increíble y el nivel de los  pilotos era muy grande. En 2014 fue distinto. Éramos mi mujer, mi  equipo, un grupo de trabajadores elegidos por mí y yo. Fue un título con  sentimientos mucho más personales.

Cuarto año compitiendo en esta modalidad y de nuevo a los mandos del Citroën. ¿Habéis mejorado algún aspecto en el coche?
La verdad es que hemos desarrollado el coche bastante más de lo que  pensábamos inicialmente. Si alguno de nuestros rivales nos dejase atrás  me sorprendería. Creo que hemos hecho un gran trabajo durante el  invierno.

El año pasado Timmy Hansen fue tu gran rival con el 208. Este año,  sin embargo, hubo grandes movimientos entre los equipos durante la  pretemporada y a ello, se unen además grandes pilotos como Sebastien  Loeb en Peugeot o Ken Block con el nuevos Ford Focus Rx. ¿Va a ser esta  la mejor temporada de la historia del rallycross?¿Quién será el  contrincante más complicado?
El que se lleve el título de 2016 va a tener en su vitrina uno de  esos campeonatos que todos recordarán, uno de los grandes. Estoy seguro  de que todas las carreras estarán apretadas hasta el final. Creo que  Loeb, Ekström, Block, Hansen y Kristoffersson son los que más difícil me  lo van a poner.

Como piloto de rally, has tenido que cambiar algunas cosas en tu estilo de pilotaje, ¿qué fue lo más complicado?
No es algo en concreto, es un cambio completo en la forma de  conducir. Estar rodeado por cinco o seis coches en un circuito es  completamente diferente a ir a fondo contra el crono tu solo.

En ese sentido, ¿Crees que Loeb será competitivo desde la primera carrera?
¡Por supuesto! Va a estar peleando por la victoria desde la primera manga, estoy seguro.

Montalegre fue la cita en la que lograste tu primer triunfo en el  Mundial de rallycross. ¿Se ha convertido en un lugar especial para ti?  ¿Dónde está la clave para lograr un buen resultado en este circuito?
Portugal es siempre especial por el calor de sus aficionados y en  Montalegre el circuito me encanta. Todo suma. En este trazado no hay más  secreto que en cualquier otro. Hay que salir bien, llegar primero a la  primera curva y terminar cada carrera sin errores.

Hace algunos meses se rumoreó que estabas en conversaciones con  una marca para conseguir que participase a nivel oficial contigo. ¿Qué  veracidad tiene y hasta que punto están avanzadas?
No hay ninguna novedad en ese aspecto. Nuestro objetivo es una  cooperación con una marca en el futuro y estamos trabajando en ello.

Esta temporada, al menos seis marcas tomarán la salida en el  Mundial con diferentes niveles de implicación. ¿Por qué seis en  Rallycross y solo tres o cuatro como mucho en el Campeonato del Mundo de  rallys?
El Mundial de Rallycross es el futuro y ahora es la competición de  motor que más está creciendo. Creo que las marcas ven el impacto que  estamos causando y se interesan por lo que hacemos. Y además, el  rallycross es un deporte 'barato'.

Un año más, durante la pretemporada del WRC tu nombre volvió a  estar presente en las quinielas de los equipos, especialmente con el  nuevo proyecto de Toyota. ¿Sigues interesado en volver a los rallys?
¡Claro! Si la llega la oferta correcta del equipo correcto, la tendré en cuenta de forma muy seria.

Última pregunta. Sobre la próxima temporada en el Mundial de  Rallys, se espera la llegada de los nuevos WRC, más potentes y más  agresivos en cuanto a diseño. ¿Crees que es el camino a seguir para  reverdecer viejos laureles?
El motor es acción, ruido, drama, el olor de la gasolina. El año  pasado en rallycross ganaron ocho pilotos distintos en 13 carreras y  cinco marcas lograron alguna victoria. Ese es el camino. Creo que el  hecho de que algo sea impredecible (como en esta modalidad), es lo que lo hace atractivo.

http://www.laregion.es/articulo/mas-motor/petter-solberg-estoy-mas-motivado-nunca/20160403083407612129.html (http://www.laregion.es/articulo/mas-motor/petter-solberg-estoy-mas-motivado-nunca/20160403083407612129.html)
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Abril 04, 2016, 21:15:31 pm
Buenísimo @GoVal Govi, gracias por compartirlo !
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 06, 2016, 01:49:15 am
Buenísimo @GoVal Govi, gracias por compartirlo !

Un placer compartirlo y una alegría que te guste. :abrazo: :abrazo:
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 08, 2016, 14:52:23 pm
Loeb de test.

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 08, 2016, 14:56:35 pm
Y Petter Solberg.

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 08, 2016, 18:36:25 pm
Tras Solberg, La Región entrevista a Loeb.


Sébastien Loeb: “Sé que seré competitivo”

El pluricampeón del Mundo de  rallys atendió a cuatro medios europeos, entre ellos La Región, antes de  iniciar su asalto al Mundial de Rallycross con Peugeot


Andrés H.-Cachalvite (http://"http://www.laregion.es/author/ahermida") 07/04/2016 07:53 h.


Es el mejor piloto de rallys de la historia. El talento innato de Sébastien Loeb (Haguenau - Francia, 26 de febrero de 1974) le ha llevado a ganar nueve Campeonatos del Mundo de Rallys y a ser competitivo en todos los coches que se ha montado en su carrera, ya sea en circuitos o en el Dakar, en el que se convirtió en una agradable sorpresa.

Ahora afronta un nuevo reto en el Mundial de Rallycross, en el que competirá con el equipo Peugeot. El francés respondió por vídeoconferencia a las preguntas de cuatro medios de comunicación europeos, entre ellos La Región, antes de participar en la primera cita que tendrá lugar en Montalegre.

Un buen año en el Campeonato del Mundo de turismos (WTCC) y un papel más que sobresaliente en el Dakar. ¿Cuáles son tus expectativas ante este nuevo reto en el Mundial de Rallycross?
Para mí es un reto. Al estar con Peugeot surgió la oportunidad de involucrarme en el proyecto del rallycross y acepté. Es algo nuevo para mí. Tiene cierto parecido con los rallys y la verdad es que estoy con muchas ganas de empezar a competir.

Antes de llegar a esta prueba, ¿cuánto has probado el Peugeot 208 con el que competirás?
Ahora mismo he completado dos sesiones de test con el Peugeot 208 y mañana (por hoy jueves) haré una tercera. Aproximadamente 100 kilómetros, esa será mi experiencia previa con el coche. Tiene muchas similitudes con una unidad de rally por lo que creo que, salvo por la potencia, me adaptaré bien. El balance del coche es bueno y las sensaciones que transmite son excitantes.

De todas formas, no será tu primera participación en Rallycross, en 2013 ya estuviste presente en Loheac con un Ds3 Rx, una unidad que ahora está en manos de Miguel Barbosa y que competirá en Montalegre. ¿Has notado una evolución en los coches desde aquella?
Obviamente los coches han mejorado en tres temporadas pero no puedo decirte en qué aspecto porque Loheac era un circuito completamente distinto y sinceramente, no lo recuerdo muy bien (se ríe).

Una vez terminado el proyecto en el WTCC ¿Por qué Rallycross y no otra modalidad?
Yo quería continuar en el Mundial de Turismos pero una vez que supe que no iba a seguir se abrieron nuevas puertas en forma de proyectos para mí. Valoré seguir a nivel privado en el WTCC pero surgió el proyecto del Rallycross con Peugeot y creo que ha sido la mejor opción para seguir mi carrera.

Hace días, en una entrevista anterior para La Región, Petter Solberg afirmó que serías favorito desde la primera manga de competición ¿Lo ves como una posibilidad real?
Me encantaría que tuviese razón (vuelve a reírse). Sé que seré competitivo pero todavía es pronto para hablar de eso. No sé el nivel que me encontraré, tampoco si el coche será bueno...tenemos mucho trabajo por delante.

Tenerle como rival, ¿Es un aliciente?
Con Petter he vivido grandes momentos en el Wrc. Competir con él será uno de los puntos álgidos del año.

¿Cómo crees que te sentirás en la salida de la primera prueba en Montalegre?
Me sentiré extraño. Tendré que aprender a marchas forzadas en las primeras pruebas. Debo aprender a poner el coche a punto cuanto antes, conocer cuál es la mejor estrategia para la Joker-Lap en cada momento, adaptar mi forma de conducir... Creo que la experiencia que tengo en el Wrc y el WTCC ayudará pero hasta que se ponga el semáforo verde no lo sabré a ciencia cierta.

En otro orden de cosas, ahora que estás con Peugeot, ¿valoras participar en alguna prueba del Mundial o de algún campeonato nacional con un coche de la marca?
Al no tener Peugeot un vehículo de la categoría Wrc está totalmente descartado correr en el Mundial. Tengo un compromiso con la marca y no lo valoro. En algún nacional con el 208 R5 podría ser pero no es algo que me haya planteado de forma seria hasta el momento.

Tu nombre ha sonado en las quinielas de los posibles pilotos de Toyota para 2017. ¿Hay algo de verdad en ello?
No. No hay absolutamente nada al respecto.

Descartado un cambio de marca, ¿repetirás en el Dakar en 2017?
Sí. Hemos hablado de continuar con nuestro proyecto pero ahora mismo son solo conversaciones. Ahora mismo estoy plenamente centrado en el  Campeonato del Mundo de Rallycross con el equipo Hansen.

¿Fue una sorpresa verte líder en tu primera participación?
No sé si me lo esperaba, la verdad. Este año fuimos sin presión, con el objetivo claro de aprender y mejorar todo lo que pudiéramos, de sumar el mayor número de kilómetros posible y ganar experiencia. Yo sabía que tenía un plus de velocidad en las zonas rápidas y que tendríamos problemas en la navegación, por eso cuando me vi líder intente defenderlo pero no fue posible.

Última pregunta ¿Crees que puedes ganarlo la próxima temporada?
Ahora que ya participamos en una ocasion tanto Daniel (Elena, su  copiloto) y yo conocemos nuestras fortalezas y debilidades. Hay todo un año por delante para trabajar de forma conjunta para lograr mejorar las prestaciones de este año. No sé si podremos ganarlo, pero el objetivo que nos marcamos es crecer.

http://www.laregion.es/articulo/mas-motor/sebastian-loeb-sere-competitivo/20160407075336613012.html (http://www.laregion.es/articulo/mas-motor/sebastian-loeb-sere-competitivo/20160407075336613012.html)
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 08, 2016, 21:10:59 pm
Petter Solberg RX ‏@Petter_Solberg (http://"http://twitter.com/Petter_Solberg") 59 min (http://"http://twitter.com/Petter_Solberg/status/718501228569870338")

My brand new 2016 Petter Solberg World RX team look :) Like it?

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Abril 08, 2016, 22:40:24 pm
Este de La Región a parte de ser bueno (sabe de lo que habla), se esta pegando unas entrevistas con cada cuál que creo que ni él lo había soñado xD

Y los colores del Solberg truck me molan. Mejor rojo que dorado a mi gusto.
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 11, 2016, 13:10:51 pm
Interesante. :sisi1:

[tweet]http://twitter.com/FIAWorldRX/status/719479790584131584[/tweet]
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 11, 2016, 13:55:37 pm
Un cachito del test de Loeb.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yA_cTa8e1xc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yA_cTa8e1xc)
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Abril 12, 2016, 23:46:16 pm
Presentados los colores de guerra de Ford con Block y Backerud

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http://www.facebook.com/abakkerud/photos/a.139807246187079.31296.138409282993542/568659489968517/?type=3&theater (http://www.facebook.com/abakkerud/photos/a.139807246187079.31296.138409282993542/568659489968517/?type=3&theater)
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 13, 2016, 11:14:35 am
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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 14, 2016, 21:13:56 pm
Prevision metereológica de este fin de semana en Portugal.

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 14, 2016, 21:43:18 pm
Andrés Cachalvite @ACachalvite (http://"http://twitter.com/ACachalvite") 3 h (http://"http://twitter.com/ACachalvite/status/720651677481701377")

Presentación del Rallycross de Montalegre en Ourense con  @kblock43 (http://"http://twitter.com/kblock43") y @AndreasBakkerud (http://"http://twitter.com/AndreasBakkerud") . Increíble ambiente

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Abril 15, 2016, 18:40:16 pm
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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 15, 2016, 20:53:39 pm
Loeb recorriendo el circuito.


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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 15, 2016, 20:54:54 pm
El coche de Solberg.

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 15, 2016, 20:55:57 pm
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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Abril 15, 2016, 22:23:17 pm
Me gusta más el DS3 sin el dorado y con el rojo. Ahora le falta cambiar y poner más rojo que negro, y quizás quede incluso mejor.

La carrera será la leche; hay plantel y nivel, habrá mal tiempo; barrizal quizás?
Equipo nuevo y marca representada oficialmente, Loeb, Block, Backerud, Solberg, Hansen, Ekstrom......
Esta primera carrera del año promete mucho!


Por cierto, y ahí lo dejo alguién ve claro como yo un Guest Driver con Peugeot Hansen Red Bull, haciendo pareja con Loeb su ex-compañero de equipo en Citröen, a Carlos Sainz para el Barcelona RX ?

Porque a mi me pica bastante la nariz.
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 15, 2016, 23:27:50 pm
¡Creo que te pueden las ganas! :cuñao:

No se, yo lo veo complicado, aunque ojala se cumpliera. :sisi1:
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Abril 16, 2016, 17:14:43 pm
Ya, puede ser. Pero creo que ayudaría a dejar el circuit bien lleno de público a rebosar, y que el año pasado no estuvo tan lejos de hacerse realidad.
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 16, 2016, 23:18:25 pm
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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 17, 2016, 00:40:03 am
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http://twitter.com/colmcklein (http://twitter.com/colmcklein)
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Abril 17, 2016, 12:16:40 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3xjMuXdUAg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3xjMuXdUAg)
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Abril 17, 2016, 12:59:11 pm
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Sunny, shiny day and amazing crowd here in Montalegre. Enjoying every single second of the day to the limit. One more Qualifying Race, then Semi-finals
@loeb_seb09 7th overall after Q3.
#Rallycross #nofilter #actionphotography — at Rallycross Circuit of Montalegre.

Foto: Çaglar Suren
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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Abril 19, 2016, 10:05:26 am
Dos horas disfrutando de Montalegre.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzxVFu2h5hQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzxVFu2h5hQ)
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Mayo 03, 2016, 11:34:08 am
Una noticia que seguro le va a gustar a @red5isalive :sisi1: Y es que este hombre se atreve a todo.



Albert Llovera se une al Mundial de Rallycross

El catalán [¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?] afronta un programa parcial en RX Lites junto al equipo de Krzysztof Holowczyc

03/05/2016 | David Durán  | Fotos: Press

Albert Llovera ha anunciado que va a estar presente con un programa parcial en el Campeonato Mundial de Rallycross, participando en la categoría RX Lites en el equipo de Krzysztof Holowczyk.  Se trata de la primera ocasión en la que un piloto español tiene un  programa en el certamen después de la aparición de Laia Sanz en la misma  disciplina durante el RX de Barcelona en 2015.
 
Una vez acabó el Dakar, Llovera se dispuso a asegurar el presupuesto para la temporada 2016, llegando hasta Varsovia para hablar en persona con Holowczyk – quien este año ha acabado en tercera posición del reto dakariano  al volante de uno de los Mini All4Racing de X-Raid. Esta reunión ha  dado lugar a un programa parcial que permitirá a Llovera competir en las  pruebas de Noruega, Suecia y España del Mundial de Rallycross dentro del equipo del polaco.

La posibilidad de competir en un circuito corto, variado, derrapar como una constante... me motiva mucho.  Estoy convencido que los rivales serán especialistas y por tanto el  calendario parcial mes servirá para adaptarme al sistema de competición.  En el momento de elegir los escenarios, me ha dicho que las pruebas del  norte de Europa son de las mejores en cuanto a organización y ambiente  de público”, declaró Llovera.

“Dentro de mes y medio se disputa el primer compromiso al que acudiremos.  La mecánica se está acabando en las instalaciones del equipo de  Varsovia. Después tendremos que acoplar los mandos para pilotar con las  manos. En esta ocasión hacer un test puede resultar más fácil  que con otros vehículos pero hay que encontrar el tiempo necesario para  hacerlo antes del viaje a Noruega”, añadió.

http://www.revistascratch.com/rallycross/noticia/albert-llovera-se-une-al-mundial-de-rallycross-31959?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter (http://www.revistascratch.com/rallycross/noticia/albert-llovera-se-une-al-mundial-de-rallycross-31959?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter)





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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Mayo 03, 2016, 16:31:13 pm
Este fin de semana tenemos cita en Hockenheim.

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Mayo 04, 2016, 20:40:26 pm
Una noticia que seguro le va a gustar a @red5isalive :sisi1: Y es que este hombre se atreve a todo.



Albert Llovera se une al Mundial de Rallycross

El catalán [¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?¿?] afronta un programa parcial en RX Lites junto al equipo de Krzysztof Holowczyc

03/05/2016 | David Durán  | Fotos: Press

Albert Llovera ha anunciado que va a estar presente con un programa parcial en el Campeonato Mundial de Rallycross, participando en la categoría RX Lites en el equipo de Krzysztof Holowczyk.  Se trata de la primera ocasión en la que un piloto español tiene un  programa en el certamen después de la aparición de Laia Sanz en la misma  disciplina durante el RX de Barcelona en 2015.
 
Una vez acabó el Dakar, Llovera se dispuso a asegurar el presupuesto para la temporada 2016, llegando hasta Varsovia para hablar en persona con Holowczyk – quien este año ha acabado en tercera posición del reto dakariano  al volante de uno de los Mini All4Racing de X-Raid. Esta reunión ha  dado lugar a un programa parcial que permitirá a Llovera competir en las  pruebas de Noruega, Suecia y España del Mundial de Rallycross dentro del equipo del polaco.

La posibilidad de competir en un circuito corto, variado, derrapar como una constante... me motiva mucho.  Estoy convencido que los rivales serán especialistas y por tanto el  calendario parcial mes servirá para adaptarme al sistema de competición.  En el momento de elegir los escenarios, me ha dicho que las pruebas del  norte de Europa son de las mejores en cuanto a organización y ambiente  de público”, declaró Llovera.

“Dentro de mes y medio se disputa el primer compromiso al que acudiremos.  La mecánica se está acabando en las instalaciones del equipo de  Varsovia. Después tendremos que acoplar los mandos para pilotar con las  manos. En esta ocasión hacer un test puede resultar más fácil  que con otros vehículos pero hay que encontrar el tiempo necesario para  hacerlo antes del viaje a Noruega”, añadió.

http://www.revistascratch.com/rallycross/noticia/albert-llovera-se-une-al-mundial-de-rallycross-31959?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter (http://www.revistascratch.com/rallycross/noticia/albert-llovera-se-une-al-mundial-de-rallycross-31959?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter)





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Sí !! Sí que me gusta sí !!
Me olvidé de ponerla por aquí jeje
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Mayo 06, 2016, 15:45:50 pm
Previo Hockenheim.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hRv09rwtvk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hRv09rwtvk)



DATOS DEL CIRCUITO

Asfalto / Tierra:    60% / 40%    
Longitud del circuito:    1,24 km

Ganador 2015:    Petter Solberg, Citröen DS3   04:37.837
2º clasificado 2015:   Reinis Nitiss, Ford Fiesta ST   04:40.377
3er clasificado 2015 :   Timmy Hansen, Peugeot 208   04:41.659

Vuelta rápida:    Petter SOLBERG (2015), Citröen DS3    00:43.764




"To win the first ever World RX event on a shared DTM weekend  was amazing! We did a massive job with the car before the race. My team  was extremely focused and worked flat out for days and weeks. To give  them this win was the best feeling ever!"
Petter Solberg, 2015 Hockenheim RX winner
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Mayo 06, 2016, 16:11:16 pm
¿Siguiendo los pasos de Loeb? :gaydude: :gaydude:


David Durán Centeno @TheDDuran (http://"http://twitter.com/TheDDuran") 2 h (http://"http://twitter.com/TheDDuran/status/728561340307144705")

#WRC (http://"http://twitter.com/hashtag/WRC?src=hash") #WorldRX (http://"http://twitter.com/hashtag/WorldRX?src=hash") Sébastien Ogier está en Hockenheim este fin de semana. Curioseando el Audi S1 RX de Mattias Ekstrom

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Mayo 06, 2016, 21:24:40 pm
Para cualquier fan del motor, el fin de semana de Hockeinheim con DTM + RX es de lo mejor que puedes ver en directo.

Por otro lado, lo de Ogier, también se le ha visto con Solberg :-P
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Mayo 06, 2016, 21:27:02 pm
Y por cierto, un recordatorio de como tomar la 1a curva del Hockeinheim,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMJHd-2ZatI (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMJHd-2ZatI)

Por Kristofferson.
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Mayo 08, 2016, 23:30:57 pm
Tras unas semifinales muy interesantes y con mucha "miga" la final ha sido un paseo para el Team Ekstrom, con Mattias Ekstrom primero desde la vuelta 3 cuando en una maniobra genial ha superado tras hacer la joker lap, a su compañero de equipo Toppi Heikkinen.

Peter Solberg inició la carrera con problemas de motor, así como también los tuvo en las qualys, y acabó 4.

Ken Block, un hombre con suerte este fin de semana, ya que había acabado fuera de los procesos de Qualy antes que le cayese una penalización a Timmy Hansen por peso ilegal, ha acabado colandose en la final y gestionando muy bien cada uno de los momentos de la carrera para acabar en el podio siendo 3o tras los dos Audis.

5o ha acabado un sorprendente Liam Doram, que esta viviendo una segunda juventud con su Mini, volviendo a conducir "su" coche. Aunque la final no le ha salido bien, ha dominado su manga calificatoria.

Sexto ha quedado Larsson, una vez más en la final, el sueco que es piloto privado ha volcado el coche con una vuelta de campana y ha podido acabar último en la final.

Cabe destacar que ningún Peugeot ha llegado a la final, ni ninguno de los Hansen ni Jeanny, ni tampoco Sebastien Loeb.



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EKSTROM WINS AT HOCKENHEIM
Sweden’s Mattias Ekstrom took an epic victory at today’s World RX of Hockenheim, round two of The 2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy. Finland’s Topi Heikkinen finished runner-up making it an EKS RX one-two in the Audi S1 EKS RX quattro.  America’s Ken Block took the third podium spot in his Hoonigan Racing Division run Ford Focus RS RX Supercar.

Ekstrom – who was also competing in the DTM German Touring Car Championship at the Hockenheimring this weekend – was top qualifier at the end of the World RX qualifying sessions before going on to win Free Practice 3 in DTM.  He went on to compete in DTM’s second race this afternoon.

“I’ve never been happier in my entire life – to win in World RX and now in front of my loyal DTM fans is a dream come true,” said Ekstrom who is tied at the top of the World RX drivers’ standings alongside Petter Solberg [48 points]. “Topi is a great racer, he certainly made it tough for me! I had my opportunity at the Joker Lap and I managed to take it a smooth line ahead of Topi. What an amazing day but it’s not over yet as now it’s time for DTM!”

Runner-up Heikkinen, who also won the coveted Monster Energy Super Charge Award, added: “This is an excellent result for the entire team, we have to be happy with this result.  The car is super-fast and we have a great team behind us.  In the final, I was struggling with tyre-wear but I’m complaining about first world problems as that was our only issue. Now we have to keep the momentum going and gain more points in Belgium.  Mettet is one of my favourite tracks, I’ve won there for the past two years so why not making it a third next week?”

Ken Block qualified 13th yesterday, narrowly missing out on today’s semi-finals but was promoted to the top 12 after Timmy Hansen was disqualified from Q4. Block battled his way through his semi-final to make it to the all-important final where he took P3.

“This is a huge accomplishment - not just for me but for the whole team who have worked so hard to make this happen,” beamed Block, who has finished on the podium twice out of the four World RX events he has started.  “We are still trying to learn the car and there have been lots of set-up changes to try and figure out what can make the Focus work as well as possible.  We are definitely on the right path but some more experimentation is still needed.”

Reigning World RX Champion Petter Solberg struggled with car differential issues on day one and an engine problem on day two.  Solberg’s team changed the engine on his Citroen DS3 Supercar overnight and the Norwegian battled on to finish Hockenheim RX fourth overall.

One of the most impressive drives this weekend, however, was that of Britain’s Liam Doran who won the second semi-final and finished the event fifth overall.  Doran’s result is even more impressive considering his JRM Racing prepared MINI is down on power compared to the other 600bhp Supercars.

“It’s been an absolutely incredible weekend,” confirmed 29-year old Doran. “The MINI RX worked great and that allowed me to drive as hard as I could across all three days. The semi-final win was probably one of my best races for a long time. The final was frustrating because the steering damage we picked up meant I couldn’t push and that put the leading pack just out of reach - but P5 is still a mega result at only our second event as a team.”

Portugal RX runner-up Robin Larsson was on course for his second podium in a row but clipped the wall on the fourth lap, rolling his privately-run Audi A1 Supercar. Larsson nursed his car to the finish line, eventually finishing sixth overall.

Volkswagen RX Sweden’s Johan Kristoffersson finished Hockenheim RX in P7, the driver denied a spot in the final due to a rear-left puncture.  In the overall drivers’ standings Kristoffersson is fourth, six points adrift of Heikkinen who is third.

Frenchman Sebastien Loeb had an impressive weekend in his Team Peugeot-Hansen run Peugeot 208 WRX Supercar.  Placed seventh after Q4, Loeb and his compatriot Davy Jeanney made contact in the first semi-final which prevented both drivers from making the final.

Latvia’s Janis Baumanis [World RX Team Austria], Sweden’s Kevin Eriksson [Olsbergs MSE] and Norway’s Andreas Bakkerud [Hoonigan Racing Division] also made the final 12.  Baumanis was fighting Kristoffersson for the lead in the first semi-final but made contact with the Swede at the Joker Lap exit which broke his car’s suspension.

Elsewhere, Timmy Hansen had a difficult weekend when his car ignited during Q3.  Team Peugeot-Hansen did a miraculous job of getting his car back to the grid in time for Q4, where Hansen won his race.  However, the Swede was later disqualified from the session due to his car being underweight.

In the opening round of the RX Lites Cup, which was a guest support category at Hockenheim this weekend, it was Norway’s Thomas Bryntesson who took the victory ahead of France’s Cyril Raymond and Norway’s Joachim Hvaal. Bryntesson was twice fastest in qualifying to finish TQ, before making the best start in both the semi-final and final to win the event and score maximum points at the first of the seven RX Lites rounds.

Round three of World RX takes place at the Mettet circuit in Belgium in just under a week (13-15 May).

Full results from World RX of Hockenheim can be found on the following link: http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/result/hoc/2016 (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/result/hoc/2016)

Championship standings can be found at: www.fiaworldrallycross.com/standings (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/standings)

Copyright-free pictures for media purposes can be found here: www.fiaworldrallycross.com/media (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/media)

http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/9166/ekstrom-wins-at-hockenheim (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/9166/ekstrom-wins-at-hockenheim)
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Julio 03, 2016, 23:31:53 pm
Chicos me sabe mal pero habia tenido esto muy olvidado por diferentes compromisos.

Nos ponemos al día desde Alemania, ya que han pasado muchas cosas!
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Julio 03, 2016, 23:32:57 pm
EVENT REPORT: EKSTROM WINS IN BELGIUM


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Mattias Ekstrom made it back-to-back victories today (15 May) to move into the lead of The 2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy for the first time, following a peerless performance at the Kapaza Rallycross of Belgium. The EKS driver defeated Team Peugeot-Hansen’s Sebastien Loeb and defending two-time Champion Petter Solberg on a weekend of thrills and spills that brought the capacity 25,000-strong crowd to its feet.

Buoyed by his maiden success of the season at Hockenheim a week earlier, Ekstrom was once again right up at the sharp end from the outset in World RX of Belgium, where his tally of three maximum scores from the four qualifying sessions was unmatched by any of his rivals. The Audi S1 EKS RX quattro driver duly topped the intermediate classification and after winning his semi-final, looked to have proceedings under control in the all-important final.

“I think that was probably one of the best weeks of my rallycross career!” reflected the Swede, who is now five points clear of Petter Solberg at the top of the World RX drivers’ standings. EKS RX also continue to lead the overall teams’ standings.

Ekstrom added: “People say we made it look easy, but when you consider that the lap times between the top drivers are all within the same tenth of a second, it’s anything but easy! The season is very long and there are a lot of races still to go, so you can never take anything for granted and I’ve been in this sport long enough to know that things can change very fast. We need to remain focused and keep working hard – and that is exactly what we will do.”

The runner-up spoils marked Loeb’s best finish in rallycross to date, and both the Frenchman and Solberg – who relinquished the World Championship lead for the first time in over a year – were constant thorns in Ekstrom’s side throughout the weekend.

“The level of competition in this championship is incredibly high,” opined nine-time WRC Champion Loeb. “There are really tight battles between a lot of drivers, meaning we have to push to the limit at all times and even the smallest of mistakes is heavily punished. It was hard work getting to the final, but I’m really happy to finish on the podium for the first time in World Rallycross and now the goal has to be to keep this positive momentum going.”

“The final was going pretty much to plan until I lost some time when [Anton] Marklund spun in front of me,” added Solberg. “I tried to push as hard as I could to fight back, but that overheated the rear tyres a bit and I couldn’t quite pip Seb at the end. I’m happy with the podium but Mattias was the fastest driver this weekend, so we have some work to do. We’ll have to reach into our bag of tricks to see what we can pull out for the next round!”

Marklund wound up fourth following a meteoric getaway that propelled him from the back row of the starting grid to second by the exit of turn one, earning the Swede the Monster Energy Super Charge Award for his spectacular efforts. The Volkswagen RX Sweden driver saw his podium hopes disappear with a lap two spin, but recovered for a strong points haul with his best result of the season so far.

In glorious spring sunshine, local hero Francois Duval gave the tens of thousands of trackside fans plenty to cheer about by making his way through to the final, although a late puncture restricted the Belgian to fifth at the chequered flag. After a starring turn in the semi-finals, meanwhile, technical woes hindered Volkswagen RX Sweden’s Johan Kristofferson in the final who eventually finished sixth.

Seventh place went to Timmy Hansen, whose strong turn of speed was undone by a jump-start in the second semi-final that obliged him to take two passages through the Joker Lap and saw him miss out on progressing on to the final by just eight-tenths-of-a-second.

Former FIA European Rallycross Champion Timur Timerzyanov was another to fall victim to a semi-final false start, which ended a promising weekend for the Russian that had earlier yielded a qualifying race win.

His World RX Team Austria team-mate Janis Baumanis finished third in the first semi-final, but a black flag for opening lap contact meant he dropped from the final, his place handed to Duval. Nonetheless, the reigning Super1600 Champion enjoyed an excellent weekend that offered a ringing endorsement of the talent produced by World RX’s feeder categories.

Kevin Eriksson rounded out the top ten for Olsbergs MSE, ahead of Peugeot-Hansen Academy’s Davy Jeanney and Reinis Nitiss – another semi-final jump-start culprit behind the wheel of his ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport SEAT Ibiza.

Notable hard luck stories could be told by Ekstrom’s EKS team-mate Topi Heikkinen, whose bid for a Belgian World RX hat-trick – after triumphing in both 2014 and 2015 – was scuppered by a series of mechanical misfortunes and Robin Larsson, who just missed out on the semi-finals following a collision in his last Qualifier. Hoonigan Racing Division duo Ken Block and Andreas Bakkerud endured a torrid weekend, with their Ford Focuses beset by electrical issues.

Belgium also marked the opening round of the highly-competitive FIA European Rallycross Championship for Supercars, where there are five rounds in total.  Frenchman Jerome Grosset-Janin won all four qualifying sessions [Q1-Q4] but it was Kevin Hansen who took the outright victory in his Peugeot-Hansen Academy prepared Peugeot 208 WRX Supercar. Grosset-Janin finished runner-up, while Norway’s Tord Linnerud clinched third.

In the Euro RX TouringCar category, 17-year-old Magda Andersson from Sweden took the overall win in her Ford Fiesta and leads the standings after the first round. Norway’s Fredrik Magnussen finished runner-up in another Ford Fiesta, while compatriot Ben-Philip Gunderson – also driving a Fiesta – took the third podium spot.  The TouringCar category will rejoin World RX as a support category in Norway next month.

Round two of the RX Lites Cup was won by Thomas Bryntesson – the Norwegian triumphing for the second event in a row. Simon Olofsson and Joachim Hvaal finished second and third respectively.  In the RX Lites driver standings after two rounds, Bryntesson leads Frenchman Cyril Raymond by ten points.

Paul Bellamy, World RX Managing Director for IMG, concluded: “It’s been tough for the teams having had two back-to-back events but congratulations to Mattias who has taken his second World RX win in a row. It was fantastic to see Sebastien claim his first World RX podium, and credit to Petter who has delivered two podiums from three events. Our final today saw five different marques on the grid – Audi, Volkswagen, Ford, Citroen, Peugeot – and once again demonstrates the huge amount of diversity within our Championship.  We had over 25,000 fans at Mettet over the weekend and of course they loved watching their home favourite Francois [Duval] reach the final and fighting with our World RX regulars, which was an excellent achievement. We now have a two week break before the teams reconvene for World RX of Great Britain at Lydden Hill at the end of the month”

For full results from Kapaza Rallycross of Belgium, please visit http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/result/bel/2016 (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/result/bel/2016)

The latest Championship standings can be viewed at http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/standings (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/standings)

Copyright-free pictures can be downloaded from the World RX media office on the following link: www.fiaworldrallycross.com/media (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/media)

http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/9183/event-report-ekstrom-wins-in (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/9183/event-report-ekstrom-wins-in)
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Julio 03, 2016, 23:33:53 pm
EKSTROM MAKES IT THREE IN A ROW

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Sweden’s Mattias Ekstrom has won this weekend’s World RX of Great Britain, his third back-to-back victory in the 2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy.  Reigning Champion Petter Solberg took the runner-up spot, while Team Peugeot-Hansen driver Timmy Hansen clinched third.  In the overall drivers’ standings after four rounds, Ekstrom leads Solberg by five points.

Ekstrom – who drives an Audi S1 EKS RX quattro for EKS – was placed fourth after Q4, the Swede having suffered from a puncture and a small engine problem.  He fought back, however, to win his semi-final and a clever use of tyre strategy saw him fastest off the line in today’s final – which also awarded Ekstrom with the coveted Monster Energy Super Charge Award.

“I think the secret to winning this year was losing last year,” joked Ekstrom, who lost out on the Lydden Hill victory in 2015 by three tenths of a second. “But now it’s me on the top step, and not Petter [Solberg].  I think this weekend has been one of the hardest in my career – I couldn’t figure out why Petter was quicker and it was quite frustrating.  In the end, it came down to the joker lap and tyre strategy – I had a bit more rubber left towards the end.  Realistically, five or six drivers could win the Championship – Sebastien [Loeb] was very quick this weekend but was unlucky and we can’t underestimate the potential of the Peugeots.”

Runner-up Solberg added: “It’s been a great weekend – we tried so hard in the final, but we had a different tyre strategy which obviously didn’t work for us. The victory was in touching distance – we could see that the pace was there, we had the power and the suspension worked brilliantly. There has been a lot of close fighting but I always want to win the final race.  Congratulations to Mattias – his joker lap tactics worked well, I could almost reach him but it wasn’t enough.  The most important thing for me from here is that we are back on form - the car is working well, we have the speed and now it’s time to win again.”

Hansen – who has not been on the podium since World RX of Turkey last year – was delighted to leave Lydden Hill with some more silverware. “It’s been a while since I’ve been in the top three so it feels great to be back in the end of race press conference,” admitted the 22-year-old Swede.  “Our lap times were good this weekend but we were down on Petter and Mattias so it meant we couldn’t afford to make any mistakes elsewhere.  I had a few chances to catch Petter in the final but didn’t quite get the speed. We are getting there but need to work even harder when we get to Norway next in two weeks’ time.”

Hansen’s younger brother Kevin finished fourth overall – a remarkable achievement for the talented Swede who celebrated his 18th birthday over the weekend. Fifth place was taken by Russia’s Timur Timerzyanov – the best result for the World RX Team Austria driver since Italy last year.  Hoonigan Racing Division’s Andreas Bakkerud was second at the Intermediate Classification stage but was denied a podium spot due to technical problem with the car – he eventually finished sixth.

Topi Heikkinen was seventh for EKS. EKS remains top of the teams’ standings after round four – 56 points ahead of Team Peugeot-Hansen who are second. Team Volkswagen Sweden’s Johan Kristoffersson finished eighth at Lydden Hill, unable to reach the final due to a puncture. Kevin Eriksson [Olsbergs MSE] and nine-time World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb were ninth and tenth respectively.

France’s Davy Jeanney narrowly missed out on a place in the semi-finals finishing 13th. America’s Tanner Foust didn’t race in either of the two qualifying races on day two due to technical issues with his Volkswagen Polo.  Home favourite Liam Doran had hopes of making today’s semi-finals but was hampered by a puncture in Q1 and struggled with engine problems. 

The British Bomb explained: “It’s been a mega frustrating weekend as I was obviously hoping for a lot more in front of my home fans. I really didn't get the chance to build any momentum during qualifying and that’s so crucial in World RX if you’re going to make it to the semi-finals. The focus now turns to Norway and showing what the MINI RX can do in its new spec. The potential in the package is unreal and the JRM boys are working flat out – we just need a good run of luck so we can demonstrate the performance on track.”

In the third round of the RX Lites Cup, it was Frenchman Cyril Raymond who took the overall victory.  Thomas Bryntesson finished second, the Norwegian making a spectacular comeback after starting on the back row of today’s final. Simon Olofsson was third. In the overall RX Lites standings, Raymond leads – three points ahead of Bryntesson, who won the first two rounds.

In the Super1600 Championship, where Lydden Hill formed the second round of the support category, it was Hungary’s Krisztian Szabo who took a lights-to-flag victory in his Skoda Fabia. Artis Baumanis and Josef Susta finished second and third respectively. Szabo leads the S1600 crews after two rounds, eight points ahead of Denmark’s Ulrik Linnemann.

World RX Managing Director for IMG, Paul Bellamy, concluded: “We were blessed with blue skies, a packed crowd and action-packed racing at our home round of the World Championship at Lydden this weekend. The crowd arrived from the early hours to watch today’s qualifying, semi-finals and final and the drivers certainly put on a good show, with some bumper-to-bumper racing and overtaking on Hairy Hill which was surrounded by rallycross fans. Congratulations to Mattias who did a terrific job once again and is only the second driver to take a hat-trick of World RX wins in our Championship’s history. Petter Solberg looked unstoppable in the qualifying sessions but tyre strategy proved critical when it came to the final. Well done to Timmy who thoroughly deserved a podium position after a difficult start to the year.”

The fifth round of World RX takes place at Hell in Norway in two weeks’ time (10-12 June).

Full results from World RX of Great Britain can be found on the following link: http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/result/gbr/2016 (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/result/gbr/2016)

Championship standings can be found at: www.fiaworldrallycross.com/standings (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/standings)

Copyright-free pictures for media purposes can be found here: www.fiaworldrallycross.com/media (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/media)

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Julio 03, 2016, 23:34:54 pm
BAKKERUD WINS HOME RX ROUND IN NORWAY

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Norway’s Andreas Bakkerud has become the first ever driver in FIA World Rallycross Championship history to win all four qualifying sessions [Q1-Q4] plus the semi-final and final. Sweden’s Timmy Hansen took the runner-up spot at this weekend’s NAF World RX of Norway while his compatriot Mattias Ekstrom took the third podium spot.  Ekstrom continues to lead the overall driver standings after five rounds, five points clear of Petter Solberg who is second.

Bakkerud, who drives a Ford Focus RS RX Supercar alongside Ken Block in the new-for-2016 Hoonigan Racing Division World RX team, scooped the maximum 16 points for finishing TQ [Top Qualifier] after four qualifying sessions. He went on to win his semi-final and the final to secure the total 30 points available on an event weekend.  Bakkerud’s healthy points haul has catapulted the Norwegian to fifth in the standings – two points adrift of Johan Kristoffersson and Sebastien Loeb who are joint third.

“To win my home round on our home track is the best feeling in the world – I’m living the dream,” grinned 24-year-old Bakkerud. “The team has been working really hard for this and now we have the pace with the Focus, all the hard work has paid off. Timur [Timerzyanov] was really quick, I was scared of him going into the final as he was definitely the man to beat this weekend. I pushed as hard as I could and this win is for my fans and for my team – thank you to them all for the support, it means so much to me.”

Runner-up Hansen was first to congratulate Bakkerud on his win. “Andreas did a really good job this weekend – to win in front of a home crowd is an incredible feeling and he deserves this moment,” said the 22-year-old Team Peugeot-Hansen driver. “During the final, I was right on Andreas’ bumper and the speed was there. I finished third at Lydden Hill and now I’m second in Hell so next is Holjes for my home event which of course I am really looking forward to.  The Championship is long but we’re getting closer to where we want to be.”

Third-placed Ekstrom added: “We had a difficult start to the weekend and struggled with our tyre choice after we had to re-run our race in Q2 yesterday. Timur’s pace was unreal in the semi-finals but I learned a few things from him and was on his tail during the final but then he got the puncture. Overall, it’s an amazing result for the team after a long weekend. Now we will attend our home event in Holjes as overall leaders in both championships and I want to make it three in a row.”

Reigning Champion Petter Solberg finished fourth, the Norwegian having started on the back row of today’s final.  “This has been by far the toughest weekend I have had in this Championship,” admitted Solberg. “We tried everything we could without risking too much, but we couldn’t find one answer to where the speed was going. We knew where we had to be and where we were losing the time, but not exactly why.”

Rounding out the top five was Frenchman Sebastien Loeb in his Team Peugeot-Hansen run Peugeot 208 WRX Supercar.

Russia’s Timur Timerzyanov lined up on the front row of the final alongside Bakkerud after setting a blisteringly quick time during the second semi-final.  The World RX Team Austria driver got off to the perfect start, winning the Monster Energy Super Charge Award after his rapid start off the line.  Timerzyanov opted for a lap one Joker and was locked in a battle with Bakkerud until a puncture put his Ford Fiesta out of contention for the win and he slipped back to sixth.

Volkswagen RX Sweden’s Johan Kristoffersson finished seventh after a difficult weekend in the Polo RX Supercar. Latvia’s Janis Baumanis was eighth – the World RX Team Austria driver denied a spot in the final after his Fiesta suffered broken steering in the semi-final. Finland’s Topi Heikkinen was ninth to consolidate EKS RX’s position at the top of the teams’ standings.  Robin Larsson finished tenth in his privately-run Audi.

In the second round of the FIA European Rallycross Championship for Supercars it was a dream weekend for Sweden’s Kevin Hansen who racked up four qualifying wins plus the semi-final and the all-important final.  It marks the second win in a row for Hansen who also took the Euro RX victory at the season-opener in Belgium last month. Norway’s Tord Linnerud and Hungary’s Tamas Pal Kiss finished second and third respectively. Hansen tops the Euro RX leaderboard, 12 points ahead of Frenchman Jerome Grosset-Janin.

In the fourth round of the RX Lites Cup, it was Norway’s Thomas Bryntesson who took the overall win in front of an elated home crowd.  Frenchman Cyril Raymond clinched the runner-up spot while Simon Olofsson was third. Bryntesson’s win has resulted in him closing on series leader Raymond with only one point separating the two drivers.

In the TouringCar Championship, where Hell RX formed the second round of the five-event series, it was Sweden’s Philip Gehrman who triumphed in his Ford Fiesta. Norwegians Per-Magne Royras and Fredrik Magnussen finished second and third respectively. In the overall standings, Magnussen now leads – two points ahead of Ben-Philip Gundersen.  Sweden’s Magda Andersson was unable to repeat her round one victory after retiring from her semi-final with front suspension damage.

World RX Managing Director for IMG, Paul Bellamy, concluded: “It’s been a sensational weekend in Norway.  We’ve had a packed crowd of 20,000 people, which is up from last year’s figure of 19,000, and we’ve also witnessed our first home winner in Norway with Andreas Bakkerud taking the victory. The reaction from the crowd when Andreas crossed the finish line was electric and it’s even more impressive when you consider that he is the first driver in World RX Supercars to win all four qualifying sessions, the semi-final and the final.  What Hoonigan Racing Division has achieved with the Focus RS Supercar in such a short time is incredible. I would also like to congratulate the organisers of Hell RX and all the volunteers involved who work very hard to put on a fantastic show and festival weekend for the fans.”

The sixth round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy takes place at Holjes in Sweden in three weeks’ time (2-3 July).  Entries for Holjes RX will be released on Thursday 16 June.

Full results from NAF World RX of Norway can be found on the following link: http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/result/nor/2016 (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/result/nor/2016)

Championship standings can be found at: www.fiaworldrallycross.com/standings (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/standings)

Copyright-free pictures for media purposes can be found here: www.fiaworldrallycross.com/media (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/media)

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Julio 03, 2016, 23:36:11 pm
Y Bakkerud..... ¡¡ lo vuelve a hacer !!

BAKKERUD WINS IN SWEDEN

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Norway’s Andreas Bakkerud has won this weekend’s Volkswagen Rallycross of Sweden, round six of the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy.  Is it the second event in a row that Bakkerud has won in his Hoonigan Racing Division Ford Focus RS Supercar and the result has elevated 24-year-old Bakkerud to third in the overall driver standings.  Team Peugeot-Hansen team-mates Sebastien Loeb and Timmy Hansen finished second and third respectively in a pair of Peugeot 208 WRX Supercars.

Incessant rain during Q1 and Q2 created tricky driving conditions on day one and by the end of Q4, there were four different qualifying winners [Sebastien Loeb, Johan Kristoffersson, Petter Solberg and Andreas Bakkerud] - but it was Volkswagen RX Sweden’s Kristoffersson who topped the Intermediate Classification and scooped the maximum 16 points available.  Kristoffersson’s luck ran out during the final, however, when the Swede suffered a puncture and eventually finished the event fifth overall. Kristoffersson’s team-mate Anton Marklund had a strong outing in the team’s second VW Polo RX Supercar, finishing fourth despite being slowed by a technical issue.

Holjes RX winner Bakkerud commented: “If someone had told me a couple of months ago that I would win Norway and Sweden, I would have told them they were mad! Inside my Ford Focus RS Supercar, I have a really big mirror and all I could see was a nine-time World Champion [Sebastien Loeb] behind me – I couldn’t relax.  Even on the last lap, I kept thinking about what happened with Timmy [Hansen] and Mattias [Ekstrom] last year and I absolutely wasn’t going to let that happen again. I want to say a big thank you to my team – the conditions throughout the weekend were extremely difficult with it being wet one minute and dry the next.  I trusted the guys with the different car set-ups and they didn’t let me down.”

Sebastien Loeb was on course for third place but when the handbrake on Timmy Hansen’s car broke on the final corner, the Frenchman passed his team-mate to take the runner-up spot.  “The car and equipment has worked very well this weekend and I had a great battle with Andreas in the final,” explained Loeb at the end-of-event press conference.

Loeb added: “It’s been a weekend of ups and downs – we made a mistake in Q2 and have had some punctures so it’s not been easy but for sure it’s good for Team Peugeot-Hansen to have two drivers in the top three.  It now makes sense why they called Sweden the magic weekend – it has a great atmosphere, the track is nice and very demanding.  I still have a lot of learn in rallycross but I’m getting there and I’m really looking forward to the next few races.”

Third-placed Hansen was awarded the Monster Energy Super Charge Award for beating the other finalists to the first corner during today’s final.  “I actually dislocated my shoulder in the second or third lap but it didn’t stop me pushing,” explained the 22-year-old Swede.  “Myself and Andreas have been fighting in Holjes for the past few years and it’s very difficult to overtake on this track but I gave it everything. Andreas definitely had a better joker lap and sadly I couldn’t catch him on the final lap and then my handbrake broke on the final corner – the rear wheels locked and I couldn’t get to the finish line quick enough before Sebastien past me.”

Championship leader Mattias Ekstrom retired from today’s final following a technical problem with his Audi S1 EKS RX quattro which meant he was only able to complete three laps.  Ekstrom, who has won in Holjes for the past two years, took up the story: “We had to fight a lot from the beginning: in Q1, the e-throttle broke and there was no throttle after two laps.  We fought back, but when we were halfway through the same problem popped up again.  This is quite strange, because we have never had problems with this part before.  Anyway, congratulations to Andreas – he did a good job here and deserves the victory.”

Despite Ekstrom’s difficult weekend, the EKS driver finished this weekend sixth overall, one spot ahead of last year’s World RX Champion Petter Solberg who failed to make the final for the first time this season.  In the overall driver standings, Ekstrom continues to top the table – five points ahead of Solberg who is second.

Ekstrom’s team-mate Topi Heikkinen finished seventh in Sweden after a strong outing in the team’s second car. EKS continue to lead the teams’ standings at the championship’s half-way point – 32 points ahead of Team Peugeot-Hansen which is second.

Sweden’s Robin Larsson finished eighth in his privately run Audi S1, and ninth place was taken by Latvia’s Janis Baumanis – who demonstrated good pace in his World RX Team Austria prepared Ford Fiesta. Rounding out the top 10 was Russia’s Timur Timerzyanov who drove a similar car.

In the FIA European Rallycross Championship – where Sweden marked the third round of the year – it was a dream weekend for Kevin Hansen who triumphed in front of an elated home crowd despite suffering from a cold and sickness bug. Hansen’s win now sees the 18-year-old extend his lead over Tord Linnerud in the Euro RX standings by 23 points. Fredrik Salsten and Tommy Rustad finished second and third.

In the third round of the FIA European Rallycross Championship for TouringCars Norway’s Ben-Philip Gundersen triumphed in his Ford Fiesta.  Sweden’s Magda Andersson and Norway’s Petter Brauten finished second and third respectively. Gundersen’s win this weekend has catapulted him to the top of the leaderboard, 11 points ahead of Andersson.

Denmark’s Ulrik Linnemann won the Super1600 category at the wheel of his Peugeot 208. The runner-up place was taken by Espen Isaksaetre and Ondrej Smetana was third. In the overall standings, Linnemann leads – one point ahead of Hungary’s Krisztian Szabo. 

In the fifth round of the RX Lites Cup, it was Sweden’s Simon Olofsson who took the overall win on home soil.  Frenchman Cyril Raymond clinched the runner-up spot while Sweden’s Johan Larsson took the third podium spot. Thomas Bryntesson, who won the previous RX Lites round in Norway, was fourth – the Norwegian denied a spot on the podium due to his double joker penalty after jumping the start during the final.  In the overall RX Lites standings, Raymond leads Bryntesson by two points.

World RX Managing Director for IMG, Paul Bellamy, concluded: “Once again Holjes has delivered a magic weekend with a record-breaking 111 entries and 44,400 spectators throughout the weekend.  In today’s final we saw four Swedes fighting for the win on home soil and four different manufacturers on the start grid. Congratulations to Andreas who has produced his second win on the bounce – once again Hoonigan Racing Division has done a sterling job in building a car which is not just fast, but also reliable.  Well done also to Team Peugeot-Hansen who has secured its first double podium of the season.  Now we’ve reached the season’s half-way point, only five points separate Mattias and Petter in the overall standings and the fight for the 2016 championship title remains wide open. The teams can now enjoy a well-deserved break before we embark on our first non-European adventure at the start of August.”

Round seven of the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy will take place at Trois-Rivieres in Canada in just over a month (6-7 August).

Full results from Volkswagen Rallycross of Sweden can be found on the following link: http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/result/swe/2016 (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/result/swe/2016)

Championship standings can be found at: www.fiaworldrallycross.com/standings (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/standings)

Copyright-free pictures for media purposes can be found here: www.fiaworldrallycross.com/media (http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/media)

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: telmex en Agosto 10, 2016, 14:48:25 pm
http://youtu.be/RCznsMrSBNc
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Agosto 31, 2016, 14:15:59 pm
RallyRACC @RallyRACC (http://"http://twitter.com/RallyRACC") 4 h (http://"http://twitter.com/RallyRACC/status/770894346770083840")

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Septiembre 07, 2016, 23:14:40 pm
El RallyCross está cada vez más cerca de Barcelona. :sisi1: Y el RACC nos recuerda cómo funciona.


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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Septiembre 13, 2016, 22:34:47 pm
El horario para este fin de semana.


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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Septiembre 17, 2016, 12:21:26 pm
Dani Sordo no ha querido perderse el RallyCross en Barcelona.

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Septiembre 17, 2016, 21:36:52 pm
Nani Roma es otro que no ha querido perderse la fiesta.

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Septiembre 18, 2016, 01:35:26 am
Gracias Govi! Por la ayuda.  :abrazo: :abrazo: :bravo: :bravo:
Tengo el hilo desactualizado por no tener tiempo.

Hoy, que tenía que llover, hemos estado.
La firma de autógrafos una estafa; la gente (creo) que se colaba por todos lados y, evidentemente, no hemos podido tener ninguno. Pero da gusto ver que la gente ha acudido.
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Septiembre 24, 2016, 22:19:52 pm
El calendario del año que viene visitará Sudáfrica.



Neil Cole @neilcole

#WorldRX will go to Cape Town, South Africa 🇿🇦 next season - continuing to pioneer as the only FIA World Championship in sub-Saharan Africa

http://twitter.com/neilcole/status/779659094672207872



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http://planetemarcus.com/le-rx-debarque-en-afrique-du-sud-pour-la-saison-2017/

Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Septiembre 24, 2016, 22:25:57 pm
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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Octubre 02, 2016, 14:07:15 pm
Para seguir en directo el 10º encuentro de la temporada que se está disputando en Letonia en el circuito Bikernieki National Sports Base, circuito que es nuevo esta temporada.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fffxVlK1zoQ


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CIRCUIT DETAILS

Asphalt / Gravel:    60% / 40%    CIRCUIT LENGTH:    1.294KM


PERFORMANCE

FASTEST LAP:    Timur TIMERZYANOV (2016), Ford Fiesta    00:49.301
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Octubre 02, 2016, 14:51:51 pm
Este no ha sido el fin de semana de Solberg. Fue descalificado en Q2 por estas acciones un tanto al límite por lo que no sumó puntos.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTYyaOuQHO8



Y hoy ha sufrido un accidente en Q3 cuando lideraba y tras disputar la Q4 no ha podido acceder a semifinales por lo que renovar su título se le complica.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgNiS0HAShk
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Octubre 02, 2016, 15:21:40 pm
Muy emocionante la final con Ekström saliendo desde la pole y con Loeb a su lado. Loeb ha tomado la delantera en la salida mientra Timerzyanov se quedaba fuera en la primera curva.

Loeb ha sabido administrar y ha conseguido llevarse la victoria marcando vuelta rápida tras vuelta rápida. Esta es su primera victoria en este campeonato. Y es que este hombre gana carreras en cualquier campeonato que se apunte. :cuñao:

El podio lo han completado Ekström, que consigue unos muy buenos puntos de cara al campeonato, y Hansen.


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Grande  :bravo: Loeb.
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: telmex en Octubre 06, 2016, 15:47:42 pm
Muere un comisario durante un rally en Siberia

El pasado fin de semana se celebró en la localidad siberiana de Omsk un rally de clásicos amateur en el que participaron numerosos ejemplares de los años 80 y 90.
Durante el trascurso de una de las mangas, Vyacheslav Kholmogorov perdió el control de su Lada 21011 antes de una curva y embistió brutalmente la plataforma en la que se encontraban dos comisarios de pista.
Vasil Elizarov, de 54 años, perdió la vida en el instante como consecuencia del fuerte impacto. Su asistente, Natalia Koreneva –de 34 años- resultó gravemente herida y fue trasladada al un hospital cercano en estado crítico.
Aleksey Tsibulkon, que asistía al evento como público, grabó el momento del impacto como se ve en las imágenes:

http://youtu.be/HIv5ystD1yk  :facepalm:
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Octubre 15, 2016, 17:46:31 pm
El circuito de este fin de semana. Esterin, en Alemania.


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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Octubre 17, 2016, 15:34:31 pm
Ya hay calendario para la próxima temporada que como novedad abrirá España.


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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Octubre 17, 2016, 22:16:50 pm
Tremendisimo el adelantamiento por fuera en Esterin que hizo este fin de semana Kevin Eriksson a Petter Solberg, Mattias Ekström y Kevin Hansen y que le valió su primera victoria en el mundial.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzXJwiWsvNE
Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: GoVal en Octubre 18, 2016, 00:07:45 am
El haber renunciado a participar en la última carrera del DTM le ha dado sus frutos y a falta de una prueba, Mattias Ekström se convierte en el CAMPEÓN DEL WorlRallyCross.


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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Marzo 31, 2017, 21:46:06 pm
Mañana empieza éeeestooo

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Abril 06, 2017, 16:02:31 pm
Os dejo algunas fotos del Barcelona RX 2017

La mayoría de hombres no pasará de aquí

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El vencedor, Mattias Ekström

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Abril 06, 2017, 16:02:51 pm
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Un poco cortada por la izquierda, pero se ve al piloto si os fijáis

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Lo mismo aquí con Loeb moviendo el volante

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Más coches volando

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Y ganando

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Título: Re:RX RallyCross Championship 2016
Publicado por: red5isalive en Abril 06, 2017, 16:03:20 pm
Y las últimas

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