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Official Test ─ Fuglau, MAY 4 - 5

The official Test will take place on the 4th & 5th of May in Fuglau, Austria.

Round 1 & 2 ─ Dreux, JUN 29 - 30

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Circuit Infos

The Dreux Circuit is situated 45 minutes from France’s capital. In 1977, Jean-Claude Legoubin organised an inaugural race. However, it took another decade until Rallycross returned to the West of Paris in 1986 et 1987. Dreux Deputy Mayor Gérard Hamel made the French Championship become a regular in the mid-1990s and since then, the track has contiuously been upgraded. Today, 22,000 fans can attend races overlooking the entire circuit.

Length

1,010 m, 7 turns
30% tarmac, 70% dirt

Record Holders

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Timetable

GRC TITANS

  • Race 1: Time, Poleposition
  • Race 2: Time, Poleposition

GRC SUPERCAR

  • Race 1: Time, Poleposition
  • Race 2: Time, Poleposition
Photos & Videos

After the Event, we will upload our pictures here and to our multimedia page

TV Schedule

Round 3 & 4 ─ Lydden Hill, JUL 27 - 28

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Info About Circuit

Lydden Hill Race Circuit is located in Denton with Wootton, half-way between Canterbury and Dover in England and was founded in 1955. It the shortest road racing circuit in the UK. In 1965, tarmac asphalt was laid for hosting car racing up to Formula Three and Lydden became extremely popular. On 4 February 1967, the sport of Rallycross was born at Lydden, thought up by TV producer Robert Reed and race organiser Bud Smith in co-operation with owner Bill Chesson. The inaugural race was won by Vic Elford in a Porsche 911. Consequently, Lydden is called "Home of Rallycross". It is also the track, where a then-unknown James Hunt recorded his first race win in a Mk14 Formula Ford car in 1968.

Length

1,400 m, 4 turns
70% tarmac, 30% gravel

Record Holders

38.3 secs Rob Cox, Lola LC88, 1989

Lydden Hill Circuit
Timetable

GRC TITANS

  • Race 1: Time, Poleposition
  • Race 2: Time, Poleposition

GRC SUPERCAR

  • Race 1: Time, Poleposition
  • Race 2: Time, Poleposition
Photos & Videos

After the Event, we will upload our pictures here and to our multimedia page

TV Schedule

Round 5 & 6 ─ Montalegre, AUG 10 – 11

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Info About Circuit

The Montalegre circuit is situated high in the hills of the Vila Real region, near the border with Spain. The circuit was first used by the FIA European Rallycross Championship in 2007 and in 2014, the first World RX race debuted in this historic circuit, that has since become a favourite amongst drivers. The venue is also quit e a challenge for engineers, as engines need to be finely tuned at 1,800 meters above sea level. The Montalegre rallycross circuit has also hosted several FIA World Rallycross Championship rounds.

Length

1,050 m, 4 turns
60% tarmac, 40% dirt

Record Holders

37.8 secs Johan Kristoffersson, VW Polo GTi Supercar, 2017

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Timetable

GRC TITANS

  • Race 1: Time, Poleposition
  • Race 2: Time, Poleposition

GRC SUPERCAR

  • Race 1: Time, Poleposition
  • Race 2: Time, Poleposition
Photos & Videos

After the Event, we will upload our pictures here and to our multimedia page

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Round 7 & 8 ─ MJP Arena, SEP 7 - 8

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Info About Circuit

The MJP Arena, formerly known as Nordring, is located in the Austrian village of Fuglau, near Horn. It was built in 1974 and has hosted the European Rallycross Championships already three years later. Since 2003, the MJP Arena is also part of the W4 Rally Classic. The MJP Arena belong to GRC Europe CEO Max J. Pucher and is thus also his home race.

Length

1,150 m, 6 turns
60% tarmac, 40% gravel

Record Holders

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Timetable

GRC TITANS

  • Race 1: Time, Poleposition
  • Race 2: Time, Poleposition

GRC SUPERCAR

  • Race 1: Time, Poleposition
  • Race 2: Time, Poleposition
Photos & Videos

After the Event, we will upload our pictures here and to our multimedia page

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Round 9 & 10 ─ Nyirad, OCT 5 - 6

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Nyirad is the only circuit in Hungary with an off-road FIA license and is located 25 km north of Lake Balaton. In 1988, the first Rallycross event was held and in 1994, Nyirád joined the FIA CEZ Trophy Series. In 2012, Nyirád was named the European Rallycross Competition of the Year!

Length

1,220 m, 8 turns
52% tarmac, 48% gravel

Record Holders

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Timetable

GRC TITANS

  • Race 1: Time, Poleposition
  • Race 2: Time, Poleposition

GRC SUPERCAR

  • Race 1: Time, Poleposition
  • Race 2: Time, Poleposition
Photos & Videos

After the Event, we will upload our pictures here and to our multimedia page

TV Schedule

Grand Final ─ Estering, OCT 19 - 20

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Info About Circuit

The Estering first hosted a Rallycross event in 1972. The circuit is in the German city of Buxtehude, about 35 km south west of Hamburg. Events are run by the Automobilclub Niederelbe from regional races up to FIA World Rallycross Championship level. Long-time club chairman Bernd Ziskofen had seen Rallycross in the UK and was instrumental in getting the sport to Germany. He helped build the Estering and turned it into an international venue over the years.

Length

952 m, 11 turns
60% tarmac, 40% gravel

Record Holders

35.2 secs, Johan Kristoffersson, VW Polo GTI Supercar, 2017

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Timetable

GRC TITANS

  • Race 1: Time, Poleposition
  • Race 2: Time, Poleposition

GRC SUPERCAR

  • Race 1: Time, Poleposition
  • Race 2: Time, Poleposition
Photos & Videos

After the Event, we will upload our pictures here and to our multimedia page

TV Schedule