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History-making triple FIA World Champion Petter Solberg has announced his decision to step down from top-flight motorsport.
Niclas Gronholm, son of two-time World Rally Champion Marcus, won a drama-filled opening round of the World Rallycross season in Abu Dhabi.
Driving an ex-works Peugeot 208 for his father Kenneth’s reformed team, Timmy Hansen set a brace of fastest times at Yas Marina to take the overnight lead in World Rallycross’ season opener.
The World Rallycross Championship has announced a new electric series called Projekt E after plans to switch World RX to electric cars for 2021 were extinguished.
The vote for electrifying World Rallycross has failed without the required three manufacturers to get the decision passed on Friday, Motorsport.com understands.
Former teammates Andreas Bakkerud and Liam Doran will pair up in a new World Rallycross team for the 2019 season.
Kenneth Hansen has succeeded in reviving his own World Rallycross team for the 2019 season.
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The World Rallycross circuit layout for the first round of the 2019 season at Yas Marina in Abu Dhabi has been released.
Citroen WRC refugee Craig Breen is considering an appearance in rallycross this season, following a maiden Supercar test at Mondello Park in Ireland last week.
Marcus Gronholm’s GRX team will return to World Rallycross this season and will expand to three Hyundai i20s for selected rounds of the series.
British rallycross team Xite Racing will field its Mini Cooper Supercar for Oliver Bennett in the World Rallycross Championship this season as a full-time entrant.
The Americas Rallycross Championship will be run over six rounds in 2019, including visits to a pair of new venues at Mid-Ohio and Gateway Motorsports Park.
Volkswagen could return to the World Rallycross Championship as early as next year, if plans for the sport to switch to electric cars in 2021 go ahead.
Manfred Stohl’s STARD World Rallycross team is developing a new Supercar for 2019 and has confirmed that Janis Baumanis will stay with the squad for another year.
Ousted Citroen WRC driver Mads Ostberg is considering a mixed programme of events in 2019, following a first rallycross Supercar test in Belgium on Tuesday.