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news from Tuesday, December 11, 2018

- Kristoffersson Motorsport have confirmed they have purchased a new Volkswagen Polo R5 ahead of the 2019 season. KMS have also announced that along with the new car, they will run under the Volkswagen Dealer Team BAUHAUS banner. Double and defendin...

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news from Monday, December 10, 2018

- Team owner and driver Ekstrom announced his departure from World RX as a full-time driver immediately after the final round in South Africa last month, following the loss of works factory support for his squad in August. The two-time DTM champion has now revealed that the team, which made its World RX debut in 2014 and won both the drivers' and teams' titles two years later, will take a break ... ...

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news from Saturday, December 8, 2018

- Killarney International Raceway based near Cape Town held its second edition of the World RX of South Africa at the end of last month. The twelfth and final round of the 2018 FIA World Rallycross Championship has been a popular addition in the World RX Calendar and as Championship positions were finalised and the future of the sport...

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news from Wednesday, December 5, 2018

- The series had announced its initial 2019 schedule in October, but presented a revised 10-event calendar to the World Motor Sport Council in St Petersburg on Wednesday. The first World RX event to be held in the US was run at Austin's Circuit of the Americas in September, but further visits to the venue will now be "postponed" until the planned electric switch in 2021. Series promoter ... ...

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- Petter Solberg, Marcus Gronholm and Sebastien Loeb are frustrated at the series' perilous position and a lack of answers from the promoter. Still reeling from a lack of support to deliver electric in 2020, WRX has been hit hard by the loss of Audi and Peugeot, leaving many to fear for the series' future. Gronholm's frustrations with IMG were common around the paddock. The two-time ... ...

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- Following the departure of Audi's support for Mattias Ekstrom's EKS outfit, and Peugeot's withdrawal of its works World RX programme last month, Solberg's PSRX squad is the only team to have maintained official factory backing post the 2018 season finale in South Africa. The deadline for teams to sign up for the postponed electric transition is March 29 next year. While Volkswagen is ... ...

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news from Saturday, December 1, 2018

- Petter Solberg, Marcus Gronholm and Sebastien Loeb are frustrated at the series' perilous position and a lack of answers from the promoter. Still reeling from a lack of support to deliver electric in 2020, WRX has been hit hard by the loss of Audi and Peugeot, leaving many to fear for the series' future. Gronholm's frustrations with IMG were common around the paddock. The two-time ... ...

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- Petter Solberg, Marcus Gronholm and Sebastien Loeb are frustrated at the series' perilous position and a lack of answers from the promoter. Still reeling from a lack of support to deliver electric in 2020, WRX has been hit hard by the loss of Audi and Peugeot, leaving many to fear for the series' future. Gronholm's frustrations with IMG were common around the paddock. The two-time ... ...

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- Petter Solberg, Marcus Gronholm and Sebastien Loeb are frustrated at the series' perilous position and a lack of answers from the promoter. Still reeling from a lack of support to deliver electric in 2020, WRX has been hit hard by the loss of Audi and Peugeot, leaving many to fear for the series' future. Gronholm's frustrations with IMG were common around the paddock. The two-time ... ...

Read more on Motorsport News
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