Seems like it’s Eastern Bloc season
Note the license plate
Currently doing the TCR Europe series in a (Seat) Cupra, Stian Paulsen is running his own team by doing basically most of it himself, and shows it all on Youtube as well.
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.
After over half a year living in Germany, it is getting time to buy a car. What car is however quite open, but I’ve already been looking for some months.
...when one of them isn’t parked in the garage at work.
This dashcam video really shows how quickly an accident happens. Both drivers are fine, one probably due to the fact that he drove a Volvo.
PSA really squeezed everything out of this model, I guess.
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!
Just around the corner from where I live.
The last one has a BMW V8 with about 1000 hp and AWD. Laptime 8.28
There aren’t enough wagon based panel vans around.
Ken Block and Andreas Bakkerud were cool as a team in World Rallycross, but I think Mattias Ekström and Bakkerud are taking it one step further.
It’s already time for the fourth round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship. Welcome my son, welcome to the Speedmachine.
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.
It’s been a while.
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!