The victory is Kristoffersson’s third event win in a row – and fourth of the season – and has seen the Swede extend his lead at the top of the driver standings by 35 points. It is also the first time in World RX history that a driver has finished on the podium in seven consecutive events.
Hungary’s “CsuCsu” will make his first motorsport start outside Europe this weekend at Trois-Riveres, round eighth of the FIA World Rallycross Championship in Canada.
Rising motorsport stars Nic Hamilton and Oliver Solberg will compete in the supporting categories at the Canadian round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy at Trois-Rivieres next week. Hamilton, the younger brother of three-time Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton, is currently competing in the British Renault Clio Cup series
For the fourth year in a row, World RX joins the Grand Prix of Trois-Rivieres (GP3R) - now in its 48th year - for a week-long motorsport extravaganza. Joining the 20 World RX Supercars in Trois-Rivieres for the first fly-away event of the season will also be 17 RX2 cars.
Mattias Ekström wins round three in World Rallycross Championship too Swede remains unbeaten in the 2017 season and extends overall lead Ekström: “My team has done another great job” Mattias Ekström and his Team EKS remain the measure of all things in the 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship. In round three of the season at […]