With the long summer break ending with Rally Finland a couple weeks ago we’re back to rapid fire rounds, and this week we’re headed to Germany for their legendary tarmac. And this year we’ve got boots on the ground (well, more accurately toe shoes on the ground) as Stef Schrader is in Deutschland attending her first…
After one of the longer breaks of this season, we’re finally having another round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship this weekend. We’re going to Canada!
It’s the end of July, which means that we have one of the most iconic events on the calendar coming up. The drivers of the World Rally Championship will have to tackle high speeds on flowing forest roads, where they are flying about as much as driving due to all the jumps. This be good.
Since Red Bull Global Rallycross went down in a smoldering heap, Americans have been deprived from experiencing top class racing on a mixture of dirt and tarmac. Fortunately with the announcement of Americas Rallycross and the FIA’s World Rallycross making their way to Circuit of The Americas in Austin this year, fans…
Americas Rallycross is North America’s next big shot at bringing delightful vehicular chaos in race form to the masses. The series’ first-ever North American round is this weekend at Austin’s Circuit of The Americas, and the course is going to be a blast.
We’re closing up on the halfway point of the FIA World Rallycross Championship, but first we’re going to what is probably the most popular event on the calendar: Höljes, Sweden.
I hope you’ve recovered from the lunacy that was Portugal, because we’re island hopping again, heading to Corsica’s neighbor Sardegna.
Currently recovering from a brutal rally week in Pennsylvania. Scores will be updated and preview post made later today.
Yeah, that’s right. There’s racing going on in Hell, Norway this weekend, with the fifth round of the 2018 FIA World Rallycross Championship. With the four worst rounds being deducted from your total score, you can still win our Fantasy Game overall by entering the rest of the rounds!
It’s already time for the fourth round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship. Welcome my son, welcome to the Speedmachine.
After just two weeks off the WRC has re-crossed the Atlantic and is back in Europe for the sixth round of the season. No Fafeing about here, it’s time for Rally Portugal.
It’s only the start of May, and we’re already heading towards the third event of the FIA World Rallycross season! This round takes place at Mettet in Belgium, a tricky track that usually catches out a title candidate. With EuroRX joining in, this is a great opportunity to kickstart your Fantasy WorldRX campaign too.
Round 5?! How are we already on to round 5 of the season?
Now that the FIA World Rallycross Championship season has started, we’re moving with good speed from one event to another. We’re staying at the Iberian peninsula for the next round, but moving to a different country: Portugal.
The Catalunya Region in Spain is yet to become independent, and their former president currently has to stay in Germany. Despite the chaos, we’ll start the season in Barcelona with WorldRX and EuroRX this weekend!
Here we go, round 4! Our first full tarmac event and part one of the “neighboring islands doubleheader” (look up Corsica and Sardegna on a map). We’ve got a lot of good contenders here, so let’s get to it.
It’s soon April, which means that the FIA World Rallycross Championship is about to start. There’s been a huge turnaround in the world of rallycross, so nothing is for certain this year.
A new “Americas Rallycross” is launching this season and taking some of the main teams from Red Bull Global Rallycross, which has been the top rallycross series in the U.S. since its first 2011 season. But, uh, about this new “Americas” series—the start of its season is in Britain.
It feels like the season just started yesterday, but we’re already on to our third event of the year, and this one’s going to be a tough one.
Colin’s Crest is one of the most delightful parts of Rally Sweden. Every year, the organizers have a mini competition on the Vargåsen stage as to who jumps the farthest over one particular crazy fast jump. Hyundai driver Thierry Neuville didn’t win the Colin’s Crest Award, but his jump was insane for other reasons.