2014 FIA World Rallycross Championship

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2014 FIA World Rallycross Championship
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The 2014 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy[1] was the first edition of the FIA World Rallycross Championship. The season consisted of twelve rounds and started on 3 May with the Portuguese round at Montalegre. The season came to end on 23 November, at San Luis, Argentina.[2]

Calendar[edit]

2014 World RX Calendar by nations
Rnd. Event Dates Venue Class Winner Team Report
1 Portugal World RX of Portugal 3–4 May Pista Automóvel de Montalegre, Montalegre Supercar Norway Petter Solberg Sweden PSRX Report
RX Lites Sweden Sebastian Eriksson Sweden Olsbergs MSE
2 United Kingdom World RX of Great Britain 24–25 May Lydden Hill Race Circuit, Wootton Supercar Norway Andreas Bakkerud Sweden Ford Olsbergs MSE Report
RX Lites United States Mitchell DeJong Sweden Olsbergs MSE
3 Norway World RX of Norway 14–15 June Lånkebanen, Hell Supercar Latvia Reinis Nitišs Sweden Ford Olsbergs MSE Report
4 Finland World RX of Finland 28–29 June Tykkimäki, Kouvola Supercar United States Tanner Foust Sweden Marklund Motorsport Report
RX Lites Sweden Kevin Hansen Sweden Hansen Junior Team
5 Sweden World RX of Sweden 5–6 July Höljesbanan, Höljes Supercar Sweden Mattias Ekström Sweden EKS RX Report
RX Lites Sweden Kevin Eriksson Sweden Olsbergs MSE
6 Belgium World RX of Belgium 12–13 July Circuit Jules Tacheny Mettet, Mettet Supercar Finland Toomas Heikkinen Sweden Marklund Motorsport Report
7 Canada World RX of Canada 7–8 August Circuit Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières Supercar Norway Petter Solberg Sweden PSRX Report
8 France World RX of France 6–7 September Circuit de Lohéac, Lohéac Supercar Norway Petter Solberg Sweden PSRX Report
9 Germany World RX of Germany 20–21 September Estering, Buxtehude Supercar Norway Petter Solberg Sweden PSRX Report
10 Italy World RX of Italy 27–28 September Autodromo di Franciacorta, Castrezzato Supercar Sweden Timmy Hansen Sweden Team Peugeot-Hansen Report
RX Lites Norway Daniel Holten Sweden Olsbergs MSE
11 Turkey World RX of Turkey 11–12 October Istanbul Park, Tuzla Supercar Norway Andreas Bakkerud Sweden Ford Olsbergs MSE Report
RX Lites Sweden Sebastian Eriksson Sweden Olsbergs MSE
12 Argentina World RX of Argentina 28–29 November Autódromo Rosendo Hernández, San Luis Supercar Norway Petter Solberg Sweden PSRX Report
  Event of FIA ERX (including Supercars)
  Event of FIA ERX (except Supercars)

Teams and drivers[edit]

Permanent entries[3]
Constructor Entrant Car No. Driver Rounds[4]
Citroën Sweden PSRX[5] Citroën DS3 11 Norway Petter Solberg[6] All
12 Norway Alexander Hvaal[7] 1–5
95 Italy Simone Romagna 8–10
97 Estonia Sten Oja 7, 11
107 Austria Manfred Stohl 12
United Kingdom Monster Energy World RX[8] 27 France Davy Jeanney[9] 5–10
33 United Kingdom Liam Doran[10] 1–6, 12
44 Poland Krzysztof Skorupski[8] 1–4
88 Norway Henning Solberg 7–12
133 Norway Lars Øivind Enerberg 11
United Kingdom LD Motorsports World RX[8] 66 Republic of Ireland Derek Tohill[8] All
Ford Sweden Ford Olsbergs MSE[11] Ford Fiesta ST 13 Norway Andreas Bakkerud[12] All
15 Latvia Reinis Nitišs[12] All
Poland Now or Never[13] 21 Poland Bohdan Ludwiczak[14] 1-2, 8-12
Belgium JJ Racing[15] Ford Focus 54 Belgium Jos Jansen[15] All
Peugeot Sweden Team Peugeot-Hansen[16] Peugeot 208 T16 1 Russia Timur Timerzyanov[17] All
3 Sweden Timmy Hansen[18] All
United Kingdom Albatec Racing[19] Peugeot 208 2 Republic of Ireland Oliver O'Donovan 12
25 Canada Jacques Villeneuve[19] 1, 3–7, 10
26 United Kingdom Andy Scott[19] 1–2, 6–12
27 France Davy Jeanney 2
47 Sweden Ramona Karlsson 9
81 United Kingdom David Binks 8
122 United Kingdom Marc Scott 11
Volkswagen Sweden Marklund Motorsport[20][21] Volkswagen Polo 57 Finland Toomas Heikkinen[20] All
92 Sweden Anton Marklund[20] All

Results and standings[edit]

FIA World Rallycross Championship for Drivers[edit]

(key)

Pos. Driver POR
Portugal
GBR
United Kingdom
NOR
Norway
FIN
Finland
SWE
Sweden
BEL
Belgium
CAN
Canada
FRA
France
GER
Germany
ITA
Italy
TUR
Turkey
ARG
Argentina
Points[23]
1 Norway Petter Solberg 1 6 2 10 3 3 1 1 1 3 6 1 267
2 Finland Toomas Heikkinen 4 4 7 7 8 1 5 10 5 8 3 5 221
3 Latvia Reinis Nitišs 3 7 1 3 4 8 4 2 16 11 7 2 210
4 Sweden Timmy Hansen 8 11 6 9 11 2 7 3 6 1 2 4 199
5 Norway Andreas Bakkerud 2 1 11 2 2 29 8 9 11 6 1 6 193
6 Sweden Anton Marklund 5 12 8 5 14 4 2 8 17 6 4 7 173
7 Russia Timur Timerzyanov 7 29 4 11 7 7 3 6 7 4 8 8 152
8 Sweden Pontus Tidemand 13 13 10 5 5 4 13 84
9 Sweden Robin Larsson 2 20 34 6 3 10 76
10 Norway Henning Solberg 9 5 13 15 11 24 15 9 5 15 70
11 Sweden Mattias Ekström 19 1 2 55
12 United Kingdom Andy Scott 13 10 20 12 12 31 24 11 9 46
13 United States Tanner Foust 5 1 18 DNP 42
14 Republic of Ireland Derek Tohill 10 24 25 8 29 24 14 20 20 20 10 13 35
15 Sweden Johan Kristoffersson 20 DSQ 8 5 33
16 United States Ken Block 3 4 DNP 32
17 France Davy Jeanney 25 23 11 10 13 23 15 27
17= France Jérôme Grosset-Janin 8 24 17 7 14 31 27
19 Sweden Richard Göransson 2 9 26
20 Sweden Peter Hedström 32 12 19 9 23 24
20= Norway Daniel Holten 9 9 24
22 Sweden Kevin Eriksson 3 20
22= Sweden Sebastian Eriksson 6 20
24 Poland Krzysztof Skorupski 18 27 18 4 19
25 United Kingdom Andrew Jordan 3 17
25= Belgium Koen Pauwels 6 14 32 21 29 24 17
27 Norway Alexander Hvaal 9 17 23 14 15 14
27= Sweden Emil Öhman 18 10 13 16 14
27= Norway Tommy Rustad 21 16 18 22 9 14 14
30 Finland Joni-Pekka Rajala 6 22 13
30= Canada Patrick Carpentier 6 13
30= Finland Joni Wiman 9 13
33 Belgium Jos Jansen 12 23 27 18 36 28 15 25 29 35 16 14 12
34 Austria Manfred Stohl 10 9
34= Sweden Edward Sandström 12 14 12 9
34= Italy Gigi Galli 12 9
37 Sweden Ramona Karlsson 11 30 30 26 8
37= Canada Jacques Villeneuve 17 14 16 17 14 16 18 8
37= Sweden Per-Gunnar Andersson 13 13 8
37= Argentina Miguel Baldoni 12 8
37= Republic of Ireland Oliver O'Donovan 37 11 8
42 Norway Sverre Isachsen 13 7
42= France Gaëtan Sérazin 12 7
42= Norway Frode Holte 36 22 24 12 7
45 France Fabien Pailler 13 18 5
46 Portugal Joaquim Santos 14 3
46= France Alexandre Theuil 16 15 23 31 41 17 3
46= Poland Bohdan Ludwiczak 15 34 37 36 32 17 16 3
46= United Kingdom Marc Scott 14 3
46= Sweden Lukas Walfridson 16 15 28 27 36 3
51 France Jean-Baptiste Dubourg 15 2
51= Norway Lars Øivind Enerberg 15 2
51= United Kingdom Liam Doran 19 20 DSQ 12 5 10 17 2
51= Finland Aki Karttunen 15 2
55 Sweden Eric Färén 22 16 1
55= Belgium François Duval 16 1
57 Finland Riku Tahko 17 0
57= Norway Ole Christian Veiby 21 18 0
57= Czech Republic Pavel Koutný 19 26 26 26 0
57= Estonia Andri Õun 19 0
57= Finland Teemu Pätsi 20 30 0
57= Finland Atro Määttä 21 0
57= Norway Ole Kristian Nøttveit 21 0
57= Finland Silvo Viitanen 22 0
57= Estonia Valdur Reinsalu 23 0
57= Germany Markus Winkelhock 24 0
57= Norway Stian Haugan 25 0
57= Belgium Michaël De Keersmaecker 25 0
57= Norway Tore Kristoffersen 34 27 34 0
57= United Kingdom Julian Godfrey 28 0
57= Norway Morten Bergminrud 28 22 0
57= Norway Stein Egil Jenssen 29 0
57= Belgium Jochen Coox 31 0
57= Sweden Fredrik Tiger 31 0
57= Belgium Patrick Van Mechelen 30 0
57= Sweden Mats Öhman 33 31 29 0
57= Norway Ole Håbjørg 33 32 0
57= Belgium Ronny Scheveneels 31 0
57= Russia Roman Stepanenko 33 37 0
57= France Jean-Luc Pailler 35 0
57= Germany René Münnich 35 25 0
57= Norway Ludvig Hunsbedt 37 0
57= Norway Åke Holtet 38 0
84 Estonia Sten Oja 17 18 -5
85 Norway Tord Linnerud 26 17 12 19 25 21 -9
Pos. Driver POR
Portugal
GBR
United Kingdom
NOR
Norway
FIN
Finland
SWE
Sweden
BEL
Belgium
CAN
Canada
FRA
France
GER
Germany
ITA
Italy
TUR
Turkey
ARG
Argentina
Points

FIA World Rallycross Championship for Teams[edit]

Pos. Driver No. POR
Portugal
GBR
United Kingdom
NOR
Norway
FIN
Finland
SWE
Sweden
BEL
Belgium
CAN
Canada
FRA
France
GER
Germany
ITA
Italy
TUR
Turkey
ARG
Argentina
Points
1 Sweden Ford Olsbergs MSE 13 2 1 12 2 2 30 8 9 11 6 1 6 409
15 3 7 1 3 4 9 4 2 16 11 7 2
2 Sweden Marklund Motorsport 57 4 4 8 7 8 1 5 10 5 8 3 5 394
92 5 12 9 5 14 5 2 8 17 6 4 7
3 Sweden Team Peugeot-Hansen 1 7 29 4 11 7 8 3 6 7 4 8 8 351
3 8 11 6 9 11 2 7 3 6 1 2 4
4 Norway PSRX 11 1 6 2 10 3 4 1 1 1 3 6 1 281
12 9 17 23 14 15
97 17
5 United Kingdom Monster Energy World RX 27 23 11 10 83
33 19 20 7 12 5 10
44 18 27 19 4
88 11 9
6 United Kingdom Albatec Racing 25 13 10 21 16 18 25
26 17 15 16 17 15 12 24
27 25 15

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ http://www.rallycrossrx.com/calendar/
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  5. ^ "FIA World Rallycross News – POSITIVE REACTION TO THE FIA WORLD RALLYCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP". rallycrossrx.com. Retrieved 16 March 2014.
  6. ^ "Petter Solberg stays in rallycross for 2014 world championship - Rallycross news - AUTOSPORT.com". autosport.com. Retrieved 16 March 2014.
  7. ^ "FIA World Rallycross News – HVAAL JOINS SOLBERG FOR WORLD RX". rallycrossrx.com. Retrieved 16 March 2014.
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  13. ^ "Bohdan Ludwiczak". RallycrossRX. Retrieved 19 April 2014.
  14. ^ "FIA World Rallycross News – Poland's Ludwiczak enters World RX". rallycrossrx.com. Retrieved 16 April 2014.
  15. ^ a b "Jos Jansen". RallycrossRX. Retrieved 19 April 2014.
  16. ^ "Team Peugeot-Hansen for World Rallycross | RallycrossWorld.com". rallycrossworld.com. Retrieved 16 March 2014.
  17. ^ "Rallycross RX official website – Driver Profile". rallycrossrx.com/. Retrieved 18 April 2014.
  18. ^ "Seven days in rallycross". rallycrossworld.com. Retrieved 16 April 2014.
  19. ^ a b c "FIA World Rallycross News – FORMER F1 CHAMPION VILLENEUVE COMMITS TO WORLD RX". rallycrossrx.com. Retrieved 16 March 2014.
  20. ^ a b c "FIA World Rallycross News – HEIKKINEN TO LEAD MARKLUND MOTORSPORT IN WORLD RX". rallycrossrx.com. Retrieved 16 March 2014.
  21. ^ "Teams". rallycrossrx.com. Retrieved 4 April 2014.
  22. ^ Bristow, Matt. "Andrew Jordan to make FIA World Rallycross debut at Lydden". theCheckeredFlag.co.uk. theCheckeredFlag.co.uk. Retrieved 2 June 2015.
  23. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-10-01. Retrieved 2014-08-07.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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