|2015 World RX of Barcelona|
| Round 10 of 13 in the|
2015 FIA World Rallycross Championship
|Date||19–20 September 2015|
|Venue||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya|
The 2015 World RX of Barcelona was the tenth round of the second season of the FIA World Rallycross Championship.The event was held at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Montmeló, Catalonia.
The FIA World Rallycross Championship is a rallycross series organised by the FIA in conjunction with series promoters IMG Motorsport.
The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is a motorsport race track in Montmeló, Catalonia, Spain. With long straights and a variety of corners, the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is seen as an all-rounder circuit. The track has stands with a capacity of 140,700. The circuit has FIA Grade 1 license.
Montmeló is a municipality in the comarca of Vallès Oriental, within the Barcelona metropolitan area, in Catalonia, Spain. It contains the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, which is the home of the Formula One Spanish Grand Prix and the MotoGP Catalan Grand Prix.
Reigning champion and championship leader Petter Solberg took his third victory of the season, – including two heat wins – also won a semi-final but could only finish third in the final, behind compatriot Johan Kristoffersson.to extend his championship lead to 35 points over Timmy Hansen. Hansen, who had finished as top qualifier for the fourth meeting in succession
Petter Solberg is a Norwegian professional rally and rallycross driver.
Kenneth Timmy Hansen is a rallycross driver from Sweden. He currently competes in the FIA World Rallycross Championship Supercar category, driving for Team Peugeot-Hansen. His father is the 14-times European Rallycross Champion Kenneth Hansen, his mother the 1994 ERA European Cup winner Susann Hansen, and his brother rallycross driver Kevin Hansen.
Johan David Kristoffersson, born 6 December 1988, is a Swedish racecar driver. He is the son of former racing driver and Kristoffersson Motorsport (KMS) team owner Tommy Kristoffersson. He won the Superstars Series championship in 2012, the same year in which he claimed the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship and Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia titles. He is the reigning FIA World Rallycross Champion, winning the 2017 and 2018 FIA World Rallycross Championship. He won the 2018 FIA World Rallycross Championship title with a record breaking 11 event wins during the season.
In the supporting round of the FIA European Rallycross Championship, Kristoffersson's teammate Ole Christian Veiby took his first victory after on-the-road winner Tommy Rustad, the championship leader, was disqualified after a breach of the championship regulations.Veiby finished ahead of compatriot Alexander Hvaal with Joni-Pekka Rajala of Finland completing the podium.
Ole Christian Veiby is a rally and rallycross driver from Norway.
Tommy Rustad is a Norwegian auto racing driver. He currently drives in the FIA European Rallycross Championship and occasionally in the FIA World Rallycross Championship. Tommy is the son of former well known Norwegian racer Ola Rustad.
Alexander Hvaal is a professional rallycross driver from Larvik in Vestfold, Norway. He has raced in the European Rallycross Championship since 2012 and the World Rallycross Championship since its inception in 2014.
|World Championship classification|
|1||21||Team Peugeot-Hansen||Peugeot 208||1st||6th||6th||1st||16|
|2||3||Volkswagen Team Sweden||Volkswagen Polo||2nd||5th||1st||5th||15|
|3||10||EKS RX||Audi S1||4th||2nd||5th||4th||14|
|4||17||Team Peugeot-Hansen||Peugeot 208||3rd||21st||7th||3rd||13|
|5||4||Larsson Jernberg Racing Team||Audi A1||6th||16th||4th||7th||12|
|7||15||Olsbergs MSE||Ford Fiesta ST||7th||3rd||17th||10th||10|
|8||57||Marklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Polo||15th||7th||9th||6th||9|
|9||13||Olsbergs MSE||Ford Fiesta ST||5th||9th||15th||11th||8|
|10||42||Namus OMSE||Ford Fiesta ST||13th||20th||10th||13th||7|
|11||34||Marklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Polo||38th||4th||2nd||12th||6|
|12||99||Volkswagen Team Sweden||Volkswagen Polo||16th||10th||19th||22nd||5|
|13||7||World RX Team Austria||Ford Fiesta||18th||33rd||11th||8th||4|
|14||88||Eklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Beetle||28th||19th||23rd||17th||3|
|15||92||EKS RX||Audi S1||26th||18th||25th||23rd||2|
|16||44||All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport||Audi S3||39th||11th||24th||18th||1|
|17||55||All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport||Audi S3||20th||37th||8th||26th|
|19||31||World RX Team Austria||Ford Fiesta||25th||27th||29th||34th|
|20||84||Hervé "Knapick" Lemonnier||Citroën DS3||32nd||32nd||18th||35th|
|21||79||[Christophe Jouet||Citroën DS3||27th||38th||40th||40th|
|22||49||Mark Flaherty||Ford Focus||34th||39th||41st||41st|
|European Championship classification|
|1||24||HTB Racing-Marklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Polo||9th||8th||12th||9th||16|
|2||74||Albatec Racing||Peugeot 208||8th||36th||3rd||14th||15|
|3||11||Hansen Talent Development||Peugeot 208||11th||29th||13th||15th||14|
|4||52||Volkswagen Team Sweden||Volkswagen Polo||21st||15th||16th||20th||13|
|5||60||Eklund Motorsport||Saab 9-3||12th||12th||20th||33rd||12|
|6||20||Pailler Compétition||Peugeot 208||14th||25th||27th||21st||11|
|7||18||Pailler Compétition||Peugeot 208||19th||24th||30th||19th||10|
|9||28||JC Raceteknik||Citroën DS3||23rd||22nd||21st||31st||8|
|10||8||Hedströms Motorsport||Ford Fiesta||24th||30th||31st||16th||7|
|11||72||Philippe Maloigne||Citroën C4||29th||26th||22nd||27th||6|
|12||2||Oliver O'Donovan||Ford Fiesta||31st||23rd||26th||36th||5|
|13||87||Jean-Baptiste Dubourg||Citroën C4||22nd||14th||36th||38th||4|
|14||48||Helmia Motorsport||Renault Clio||30th||28th||37th||24th||3|
|15||12||ST Motorsport||BMW MINI Countryman||36th||31st||34th||30th||2|
|16||80||Christian Giarolo||Ford Fiesta||33rd||34th||38th||32nd||1|
|17||27||Albatec Racing||Peugeot 208||37th||40th||28th||29th|
|18||22||Koen Pauwels||Ford Fiesta||41st||41st||33rd||28th|
|19||47||Ramona RX||Volkswagen Scirocco||40th||35th||39th||39th|
|20||14||Frode Holte Motorsport||Hyundai i20||42nd||42nd||42nd||42nd|
|2||4||Larsson Jernberg Racing Team||+2.066||5|
|1||3||Volkswagen Team Sweden||4:45.863||6|
|6||99||Volkswagen Team Sweden||+14.633||1|
|1||24||HTB Racing-Marklund Motorsport||3:16.772||6|
|6||11||Hansen Talent Development||DNF||1|
|1||52||Volkswagen Team Sweden||4:55.233||6|
|2||3||Volkswagen Team Sweden||+2.673||5|
|6||4||Larsson Jernberg Racing Team||DNF||1|
|1||52||Volkswagen Team Sweden||4:53.230||8|
|6||24||HTB Racing-Marklund Motorsport||DSQ||0|
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