What goes around comes around.
The World Rallycross Championship is a real thrill for racing spectators! Because unlike in the World Rally Championship, all rallycross events are held in a circuit, putting the fans within spitting distance of the action. And there’s certainly plenty of that in this up-and-coming sports discipline, as the entrants are pitted directly against each other, rather than against the clock. And when these racing cars with up to 570 hp really go for it, the earth can really move. The races can be held on various surfaces, such as gravel, asphalt or a combination of the two.
|24/11–25/11/2018||Cape Town (ZA)|
A rip-roaring rally round trip.
The Global Rallycross Championship (GRC) held in the US sees top drivers come together with top materials. Rally vehicle virtuosos such as Tanner Foust, Scott Speed or Ken Block do battle in 560 hp racing cars, whipping the fans up into a frenzy in the process. The GRC is not for the faint-hearted – the drivers play hardball on the circuits made of both gravel and asphalt.
|19/05–20/05/2018 (round 1)||Louisville, Kentucky (USA)|
|09/06–10/06/2018 (rounds 2–3)||tba|
|23/06–24/06/2018 (round 4)||New Orleans, Louisiana (USA)|
|07/07–08/07/2018 (round 5)||Los Angeles, California (USA)|
|11/08–12/08/2018 (rounds 6–7)||Indianapolis, Indiana (USA)|
|25/08–26/08/2018 (rounds 8–9)||Atlantic City, New Jersey (USA)|
|15/09–16/09/2018 (round 10)||Seattle, Washington (USA)|
|27/10–28/10/2018 (rounds 11–12)||Lydden Hill (GB)|