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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.
FIA World Rallycross champion Johan Kristoffersson says it is “highly unlikely” that he will defend his back-to-back driver’s crowns in the series next season.
Next up in our countdown of the year's biggest motor racing stories is trouble in the world of rallycross - with the US-based Global series folding and FIA World Rallycross losing key factory support.
Fourteen-time European rallycross champion Kenneth Hansen is working on a return to World RX as a team owner in 2019.
The American round of the World Rallycross Championship has been dropped from the calendar for the next two years.
The biggest names in the World Rallycross Championship are demanding answers from series promoter IMG about the future direction the sport will take.
Double World Rallycross champion Petter Solberg says it’s critical that the series' proposed switch to electric cars for 2021 is rubber-stamped as soon as possible, if his team is to maintain Volkswagen backing next year.
Johan Kristoffersson completed an incredible run of World Rallycross Championship domination with a clear victory in the South African season closer.
Two-time World Rallycross champion Johan Kristoffersson produced yet another performance worthy of his status by topping qualifying for the eighth time of the season in South Africa.
Triple FIA World Champion Petter Solberg and double World Rallycross champion Johan Kristoffersson will compete in the South African series finale this weekend following the late arrival of their Volkswagen Polo Supercars.
Double World rallycross champions PSRX Volkswagen Sweden are facing a race against time to compete in the final round of the series in South Africa this weekend.