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– 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)
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Team PEUGEOT Total driver Sébastien Loeb went flat-out in the PEUGEOT 208 WRX to take victory in Belgium! The 9-time World Rally Champion demonstrated his skill and talent by racing to victory in both his semi-final and a nail-biting final. Loeb was joined on the podium by his Team PEUGEOT Total team-mate Timmy Hansen, who was 3rd overall. The strong result helps Team PEUGEOT Total move up to 2nd place in the World RX Teams’ Standings with Loeb closing in on the Drivers’ Championship lead. Read More »

The 2018 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy continues with round three and the Coyote World RX of Belgium this weekend, held at the challenging Jules Tacheny Circuit in Mettet.

Defending champion Johan Kristoffersson leads the standings after claiming his second win of the season last time out in Portugal. The PSRX Volkswagen Sweden driver’s triumph in Montalegre sees the Swede extend his advantage to nine points over Andreas Bakkerud (EKS Audi Sport). Read More »

With 2 podiums so far on the 2018 FIA World Rallycross Championship, there’s only one way for the Team PEUGEOT Total to do better. The goal would be clearly to tame the famous twists and turns of Mettet in Belgium next week-end – the closest round of the season to PEUGEOT Sport’s headquarters in Versailles.

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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 »

Maiden victory for the Polo GTI: Kristoffersson wins in Mettet

Success at the fourth attempt: Johan Kristoffersson (S) earned PSRX Volkswagen Team Sweden its first victory in the FIA World Rallycross Championship (WRX). Kristoffersson, at the wheel of the 570-hp Volkswagen Polo GTI Supercar, won the fourth round of the season in Mettet (B), narrowly defeating Timmy Hansen (S, Peugeot) in a dramatic finale that came down to the finish straight. Read More »

– Rallycross world champion Mattias Ekström finishes fourth in Belgium
– Ekström: “Records are only of interest to others, I’m leader of the standings”


Mattias Ekström and his team, EKS, suffered a minor setback in round four of the 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship. At Mettet, Belgium, in an all-Scandinavian final, the reigning world champion finished in position four but, for the first time this season, had to yield to the competition on podium, but still defended his lead in the drivers’ classification. Read More »

Round four of the 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship at Mettet, Belgium, concluded in a thrilling finale that saw Timmy Hansen lead for much of the race before harvesting a superb second place and Team Peugeot Hansen’s third podium finish on the trot.

• After completing the qualifying phase in third position, Timmy Hansen took a convincing win in his semi-final to confirm the increasing potency of the PEUGEOT 208 WRX. He then played a front-running role in the final, taking command early on Lap 3 before a last-lap puncture prevented him from claiming the day’s spoils. Read More »

Peugeot Mettet16aSébastien Loeb’s excellent weekend at Mettet, Belgium, concluded with the Frenchman earning Team Peugeot Hansen’s first podium finish of the season at Round 3 of the 2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship.

– Sébastien Loeb provided further evidence of his all-round skills by claiming his first qualifying heat victory in the FIA World Rallycross Championship on Saturday. He was third after the heats phase before going on to secure second place both in his semi-final and in the final on Sunday afternoon.
– Team Peugeot Hansen leaves Belgium with the weekend’s biggest points haul to climb to third spot in the Teams’ standings, just six points short of second place. In the Drivers’ standings, Sébastien Loeb is fourth, four points shy of the provisional podium, while Timmy Hansen secured fourth place in his semi-final to appear in 12th position in the championship. Read More »

WorldRX16 MettetMattias Ekstrom made it back-to-back victories yesterday (15 May) to move into the lead of The 2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy for the first time, following a peerless performance at the Kapaza Rallycross of Belgium. The EKS driver defeated Team Peugeot-Hansen’s Sebastien Loeb and defending two-time Champion Petter Solberg on a weekend of thrills and spills that brought the capacity 25,000-strong crowd to its feet. Read More »