|2015 World RX of Argentina|
|Round 13 of 13 in the|
2015 FIA World Rallycross Championship
|Date||28–29 November 2015|
|Location||Rosario, Santa Fe|
|Venue||Autódromo Municipal Juan Manuel Fangio|
The 2015 World RX of Argentina was the thirteenth round of the second season of the FIA World Rallycross Championship.The event was held at the Autódromo Municipal Juan Manuel Fangio in Rosario, Santa Fe, over one day following the declaration of unsafe track conditions on the first scheduled day of competition. This led to the first World Championship event to be held over only three heats. Petter Solberg secured his second consecutive title having only needed to advance to the semi-finals to achieve it.
|1||13||Olsbergs MSE||Ford Fiesta ST||1st||2nd||4th||16|
|2||21||Team Peugeot-Hansen||Peugeot 208||13th||1st||1st||15|
|3||4||Larsson Jernberg Racing Team||Audi A1||3rd||3rd||9th||14|
|5||10||EKS RX||Audi S1||8th||5th||11th||12|
|6||199||World RX Team Austria||Ford Fiesta||12th||8th||6th||11|
|7||98||Olsbergs MSE||Ford Fiesta ST||9th||10th||7th||10|
|8||17||Team Peugeot-Hansen||Peugeot 208||2nd||9th||18th||9|
|9||52||Volkswagen Team Sweden||Volkswagen Polo||19th||6th||3rd||8|
|10||92||EKS RX||Audi S1||6th||7th||15th||7|
|11||57||Marklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Polo||14th||4th||12th||6|
|12||7||World RX Team Austria||Ford Fiesta||5th||18th||8th||5|
|13||3||Volkswagen Team Sweden||Volkswagen Polo||10th||11th||13th||4|
|14||15||Olsbergs MSE||Ford Fiesta ST||7th||13th||17th||3|
|16||100||Marklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Polo||15th||15th||10th||1|
|17||42||Namus OMSE||Ford Fiesta ST||11th||14th||16th|
|18||77||Münnich Motorsport||Audi S3||17th||16th||14th|
|19||110||Münnich Motorsport||Audi S3||18th||19th||19th|
Note - Heat 4 was cancelled as a result of the one-day format.
|1||4||Larsson Jernberg Racing Team||3:57.133||6|
|5||3||Volkswagen Team Sweden||DNF||2|
|3||199||World RX Team Austria||+4.221||4|
|5||7||World RX Team Austria||+6.827||2|
|1||4||Larsson Jernberg Racing Team||4:16.346||8|
|4||199||World RX Team Austria||+6.696||3|
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