|2015 World RX of Norway|
| Round 8 of 13 in the|
2015 FIA World Rallycross Championship
|Date||22-23 August 2015|
The 2015 World RX of Norway (formally the 2015 NAF World RX of Norway) was the eighth round of the second season of the FIA World Rallycross Championship.The event was held at the Lånkebanen in Hell, Nord-Trøndelag.
The FIA World Rallycross Championship is a rallycross series organised by the FIA in conjunction with series promoters IMG Motorsport.
Lånkebanen is a road racing circuit situated near Hell in Lånke, Stjørdal, Norway. The venue opened in 1987 as the first asphalt track in the country. It is used for a variety of motorsports, including rallycross, go-kart and motorcycle racing. The venue also features a designated hillclimbing and a motocross track on the slopes below, and a harness racing oval. Lånkebanen is owned by the Norwegian Automobile Federation (NAF).
Hell is a village in the Lånke area of the municipality of Stjørdal in Trøndelag county, Norway. It is located in the western part of the municipality, about 3 kilometres (2 mi) south of the town of Stjørdalshalsen. The 1.04-square-kilometre (260-acre) village has a population (2017) of 1,558 which gives the village a population density of 1,498 inhabitants per square kilometre (3,880/sq mi).
|World Championship classification|
|1||21||Team Peugeot-Hansen||Peugeot 208||3rd||1st||1st||2nd||16|
|3||17||Team Peugeot-Hansen||Peugeot 208||2nd||2nd||11th||7th||14|
|4||42||Namus OMSE||Ford Fiesta ST||6th||3rd||5th||5th||13|
|5||92||EKS RX||Audi S1||7th||6th||3rd||8th||12|
|6||3||Volkswagen Team Sweden||Volkswagen Polo||5th||8th||9th||11th||11|
|7||15||Olsbergs MSE||Ford Fiesta ST||9th||5th||8th||15th||10|
|8||13||Olsbergs MSE||Ford Fiesta ST||22nd||4th||13th||3rd||9|
|9||4||Larsson Jernberg Racing Team||Audi A1||11th||11th||7th||13th||8|
|10||10||EKS RX||Audi S1||23rd||22nd||2nd||4th||7|
|11||88||Olsbergs MSE||Ford Fiesta ST||10th||10th||14th||16th||6|
|12||55||All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport||Audi S3||8th||15th||15th||14th||5|
|13||45||Marklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Polo||37th||7th||6th||6th||4|
|14||7||World RX Team Austria||Ford Fiesta||18th||9th||20th||10th||3|
|15||99||Volkswagen Team Sweden||Volkswagen Polo||14th||16th||16th||12th||2|
|16||28||JC Raceteknik||Citroën DS3||16th||12th||18th||27th||1|
|17||46||Mats Öhman||Volvo S40||26th||18th||23rd||21st|
|19||57||Marklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Polo||40th||17th||10th||31st|
|20||53||Eklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Beetle||41st||31st||29th||22nd|
|21||77||All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport||Audi S3||17th||39th||33rd||39th|
|22||31||World RX Team Austria||Ford Fiesta||30th||36th||42nd||30th|
|23||70||World RX Team Austria||Ford Fiesta||29th||41st||38th||34th|
|24||30||Ole Kristian Temte||Citroën C4||43rd||43rd||36th||36th|
|European Championship classification|
|1||24||HTB Racing-Marklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Polo||4th||14th||12th||9th||16|
|2||87||Jean-Baptiste Dubourg||Citroën C4||21st||13th||19th||17th||15|
|3||199||Hansen Talent Development||Peugeot 208||12th||21st||26th||20th||14|
|4||74||Albatec Racing||Peugeot 208||13th||24th||22nd||23rd||13|
|5||8||Hedströms Motorsport||Ford Fiesta||24th||20th||24th||19th||12|
|6||60||Eklund Motorsport||Saab 9-3||19th||19th||37th||26th||11|
|7||14||Frode Holte Motorsport||Hyundai i20||DNF||26th||17th||18th||10|
|8||61||Stein Egil Jenssen||Ford Fiesta||35th||30th||25th||25th||9|
|9||27||Albatec Racing||Peugeot 208||28th||29th||32nd||29th||8|
|10||2||Oliver O'Donovan||Ford Fiesta||32nd||27th||28th||33rd||7|
|11||58||Stian Hafsengen||Renault Clio||25th||37th||27th||37th||6|
|12||22||Koen Pauwels||Ford Fiesta||33rd||33rd||35th||32nd||5|
|13||48||Helmia Motorsport||Renault Clio||DNF||35th||31st||24th||4|
|14||59||Morten Bergminrud||Ford Fiesta||34th||34th||34th||35th||3|
|16||12||ST Motorsport||BMW MINI Countryman||27th||DNF||39th||DNS||1|
|17||47||Ramona RX||Volkswagen Scirocco||36th||32nd||DNF||DNF|
|18||52||Volkswagen Team Sweden||Volkswagen Polo||15th||DNF||DNS||DNS|
|20||35||Ole Håbjørg||Renault Clio||DNS||DNS||DNS||DNS|
|3||4||Larsson Jernberg Racing Team||+6.172||4|
|2||55||All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport||+1.804||5|
|1||24||HTB Racing-Marklund Motorsport||3:58.945||6|
|2||199||Hansen Talent Development||+2.315||5|
|3||14||Frode Holte Motorsport||+6.196||4|
|5||61||Stein Egil Jenssen||DNF||2|
|3||4||Larsson Jernberg Racing Team||+6.527||4|
|4||55||All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport||+7.782||3|
|1||24||HTB Racing-Marklund Motorsport||4:02.926||8|
|3||199||Hansen Talent Development||+5.061||4|
|6||14||Frode Holte Motorsport||+11.460||1|
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