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Tag Archives: Johan Kristoffersson

– WRX: Second place for Solberg in Belgium, Kristoffersson defends his championship lead
– WTCR: Rob Huff claims fourth podium finish for Volkswagen on the Nordschleife
– TCR UK: Daniel Lloyd keeps up100percentrecord– two wins in Knockhill
– World premiere at Wörthersee: Golf GTI TCR Concept for the streets unveiled

FIA World Rallycross Championship (WRX)
Solberg battles his way to second place in Belgium, Kristoffersson still championship leader Read More »

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– Defending champion defies challenging conditions to claim 11th career win in Montalegre
– Sebastien Loeb and Petter Solberg complete podium as snow plays its part in Portugal
– GC Kompetition and Guerlain Chicherit reach maiden World RX final

Johan Kristoffersson extended his lead in the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy after taking his second straight win of the season in the Bompiso World RX of Portugal. Sebastien Loeb finished second for Team Peugeot Total with Petter Solberg placing third for PSRX Volkswagen Sweden in the final, which was run in a blizzard at the end of a weekend of mixed weather. Read More »

– Polo R Supercar remains undefeated – Podium double for Kristoffersson and Solberg in WRX
– Huff claims first win of the season with the Golf GTI TCR in the World Touring Car Cup
– TCR Germany: Luca Engstler remains on course in championship battle Read More »

Johan Kristoffersson has been named the winner of the World RX of Catalunya-Barcelona, round one of the 2018 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy, after first-on-the-road Mattias Ekstrom was disqualified from the final following an incident with Petter Solberg. Sebastien Loeb secured second place finish after an eventful weekend for Team Peugeot Total, while EKS Audi Sport’s Andreas Bakkerud ensured three manufacturers are represented in the top three. Read More »

– Two enhanced rallycross racers with 419 kW (570 PS) for Petter Solberg’s team
– World champion Johan Kristoffersson takes on challengers, “powered by Volkswagen”
– Volkswagen provides technical support for the PSRX Volkswagen Sweden partner team

It is a welcome fate that befalls every world champion: in 2018, Volkswagen and the PSRX Volkswagen Sweden team have to take on the challenge of defending their FIA World Rallycross Championship (WRX) title. Read More »

– WRX: Kristoffersson, Solberg and the Polo R Supercar in the spotlight at Silverstone
– Season-opener in Asia – Volkswagen celebrates two TCR series wins in Sepang
– Golf GTI TCR with two historic triumphs at series debut in Great Britain Read More »

PSRX Volkswagen Sweden has officially launched its 2018 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy title defence with the unveiling of its new Volkswagen Polo R Supercars today in Autostadt, Wolfsburg (Tuesday). Read More »

– Unveiling of the new Polo R Supercar for the FIA World Rallycross Championship (WRX)
– Fit for the title defence, thanks to systematic improvements
– Volkswagen R new partner of the PSRX Volkswagen Sweden team
– World champions Johan Kristoffersson and Petter Solberg out to defend titles

The stage is set for the title defence: Volkswagen Motorsport’s new Polo R Supercar has been unveiled in Autostadt Wolfsburg. The 570-hp four-wheel drive powerhouse for the FIA World Rallycross Championship (WRX) has a new look. Read More »

– Cold test passed: Solberg, Grönholm and Tidemand test the Polo GTI R5 in Sweden
– Unbeatable: Engstler and Thoma win in Dubai with the Golf GTI
– Race of Champions: Volkswagen drivers Kristoffersson and Solberg in action

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World rally champions test the Polo GTI R5 in Sweden

Ice test passed: The new Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 has been successfully put through its paces in Sweden – by three world rally champions, no less. Read More »

Kristoffersson and PSRX win Drivers’ and Team titles

Johan Kristoffersson (S) won the Drivers’ title in the FIA World Rallycross Championship (WRX) in Riga (LV), with races still to come. Kristoffersson’s commanding victory in the final also ensured that PSRX Volkswagen Team Sweden cannot be caught in the Team competition. “I need a bit more time to take in this incredible success,” said Kristoffersson, with tears of joy, in his first interview after clinching the title. Read More »