The rally wagon has been sold.
This upcoming weekend we’re expecting huge crowds and huge car numbers, as the FIA World Rallycross Championship returns to Loheac, France and the track that is often called the temple of rallycross.
The wagon is up on craigslist.
Watch: http://dspor.tv/2a0dCIm (also available on the free Driving Sports TV apps for Apple TV, Roku, iOS and more.)
Last weekend I visited the World Rallycross round in Höljes, Sweden. I did a guide for what to expect here last year, so I’ll only show a couple of videos and a bunch of photos now.
That is the only way I can describe the idea of taking my 1994 Buick Roadmaster Estate to a rallycross event. When I got to the venue, as I looked around at the other vehicles, as I checked out the track, as I grided up behind a track prepped Miata with a Plexiglas windshield, over and over I said to myself out loud,…
It was round four of the FIA World Rallycross Championship at Lydden Hill (That’s in Great Britain).
Is the Monaco GP turning into a parade? Do you want more overtaking? Have an extra screen? WorldRX is live on Youtube right now from Lydden Hill. Petter Solberg and Mattias Ekström look unbeatable, while Ken Block and Sebastien Loeb fight for a spot in the semifinals.
..Martin Schanche and his Ford RS200. I’m done with my only exam this semester, which was a lot easier than expected.
Full (48 min) highlights from the European Championship this weekend:
Their stream is live now on youtube. Mattias Ekström leads after qualifying, Ken Block is in the semifinals.
Video from Petter Solberg and Johan Kristoffersson testing earlier this week.
One of the craziest liveries I’ve ever seen. Can’t wait to see it in action this weekend.
Yep, DiRT 3! And it is so very fun. Very, very fun.
Fluffy found the ideal place to rest once in the back of Ken Block’s rallycross car.
Well OPPO’s, I got the email last night, I’m going Racing!
With the announcement of the Ford Focus RS RX today, let’s take a look at the last 4-door chassis to win a rallycross championship: Jean-Luc Pailler’s Citroën Xantia.
Swedish Championship, so look out for lots of Volvos and sideways action, as well as commentators that sounds funny.