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FIA European Rallycross Championship

Five cars line-abreast at the start for short and sharp races of 4 to 6 laps on mixed surfaces, alternating between asphalt and gravel: these are the “explosive” ingredients of Rallycross, a discipline that first saw the light of day in 1967.

In addition to the World Championship that was introduced in 2014, three Driver’s  European Champion titles are up for grabs every year: the first is in the SuperCar category (the blue riband category, bringing together 550hp, 4WD TouringCars, capable of 0-100 kph in less than 2’’5,) and the second is in the Super1600 category (front-wheel drive TouringCars with a maximum 1600cc cylinder capacity).

The principles of Rallycross have always been founded on the progressive evolution of the Drivers during an Event, moving through qualifying rounds (four per Driver) towards a final phase (two-Semi-Finals, followed by a Final for the very best 6 Drivers).

Sport competitions

26
May
cancelled
  • SC
  • S1600
NO
NOR
20
Aug
23
Aug
  • SC
  • S1600
SE
SWE
04
Sep
06
Sep
Euro RX of France
cancelled
  • SC
  • S1600
FR
FRA
19
Sep
20
Sep
  • SC
  • S1600
LV
LVA
09
Oct
10
Oct
Euro RX of Portugal
cancelled
  • SC
  • S1600
PT
PRT
21
Nov
22
Nov
cancelled
  • SC
  • S1600
BE
BEL
11
Dec
13
Dec
Euro RX of Germany
  • SC
  • S1600
DE
DEU