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Karting North East-sponsored driver Guy Wilks has vowed to come back fighting after missing out on a semi-final place at his home round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship.Guy Walks

The only permanent British driver in this year’s championship, Wilks, from Durham, had been looking to emulate his success in the earlier part of the season as the championship headed to Lydden Hill for its only UK round of the year. Read More »

Karting North East-sponsored Guy Wilks is aiming to put the disappointment of recent rounds behind him when he contests his home event at this weekend’s World RX of Great Britain. Read More »

Guy Wilks put in another determined performance but just missed out on a semi-final spot in the fourth round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship.Guy Walks

As the only permanent British driver in the series, Wilks had been looking to get back on the comeback trail at the Coyote RX of Belgium after two tough rounds in Portugal and Germany. Read More »

Round three of the 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship proved to be the toughest yet for Guy Wilks who endured a difficult weekend at Hockenheimring in Germany.

The 36 year old from Durham was in good spirits despite a testing weekend in Portugal for round two but things got off to a bad start when the LOCO Energy Drink and Karting North East-backed Volkswagen RX Polo driver suffered a broken wheel rim and puncture in Q1 on Friday. Read More »

Guy Wilks endured a tough weekend in the second round of the 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship at Montelegre, but has vowed to come back fighting next time out.Guy Walks

As the only permanent British driver in the world’s premier rallycross series, the 36 year old had been eyeing a place in the final after just missing out at the opening round earlier this month. Read More »

Guy Wilks is aiming for a place in the final this weekend as the 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship heads to Montalegre in Portugal. Read More »

Wilks, from Durham, reached the semi-finals in today’s opening round at Barcelona at the wheel of his LOCO Energy Drink and Karting North East-backed Volkswagen RX Polo.

The 36 year old is the only permanent British driver in the world’s premier rallycross series this year, and is running as an independent entry in his first full season in the championship. Read More »

British driver Guy Wilks has confirmed he will enter all 12 rounds of the 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship driving a Volkswagen RX Polo, with backing from LOCO Energy Drink and Karting North East.

Wilks, from Durham, is a double British Rally Champion and former WRC driver, and plans to compete in the ex-Johan Kristoffersson Supercar which helped the Swede finish runner-up in last year’s drivers’ standings. Read More »