|2015 World RX of Sweden|
|Round 6 of 13 in the|
2015 FIA World Rallycross Championship
|Date||4–5 July 2015|
The 2015 World RX of Sweden was the sixth round of the second season of the FIA World Rallycross Championship.The event was held at the Höljesbanan in Höljes, Värmland.
|1||1||Petter Solberg||SDRX||Citroën DS3||4th||6th||1st||1st||16|
|2||13||Andreas Bakkerud||Olsbergs MSE||Ford Fiesta ST||6th||1st||2nd||3rd||15|
|3||21||Timmy Hansen||Team Peugeot-Hansen||Peugeot 208||1st||4th||4th||8th||14|
|4||10||Mattias Ekström||EKS RX||Audi S1||2nd||11th||5th||2nd||13|
|5||15||Reinis Nitišs||Olsbergs MSE||Ford Fiesta ST||7th||2nd||9th||7th||12|
|6||3||Johan Kristoffersson||Volkswagen Team Sweden||Volkswagen Polo||3rd||21st||3rd||10th||11|
|7||17||Davy Jeanney||Team Peugeot-Hansen||Peugeot 208||23rd||3rd||7th||4th||10|
|8||52||Ole Christian Veiby||Volkswagen Team Sweden||Volkswagen Polo||9th||5th||13th||11th||9|
|9||90||Eric Färén||Hansen Talent Development||Peugeot 208||5th||14th||14th||9th||8|
|10||42||Timur Timerzyanov||Namus OMSE||Ford Fiesta ST||8th||10th||6th||20th||7|
|11||24||Tommy Rustad||HTB Racing-Marklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Polo||10th||12th||18th||5th||6|
|12||57||Toomas Heikkinen||Marklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Polo||21st||9th||11th||6th||5|
|13||7||Manfred Stohl||World RX Team Austria||Ford Fiesta||11th||13th||8th||19th||4|
|14||33||Liam Doran||SDRX||Citroën DS3||12th||7th||15th||25th||3|
|15||23||Stig-Olov Walfridson||Helmia Motorsport||Renault Clio||16th||18th||17th||12th||2|
|16||45||Per-Gunnar Andersson||Marklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Polo||33rd||8th||10th||13th||1|
|17||29||Niclas Grönholm||Niclas Grönholm||Ford Fiesta||19th||20th||16th||18th|
|18||87||Jean-Baptiste Dubourg||Jean-Baptiste Dubourg||Citroën C4||14th||19th||19th||21st|
|19||53||Daniel Holten||Eklund Motorsport||Volkswagen Beetle||17th||16th||28th||14th|
|20||55||Alx Danielsson||All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport||Audi S3||18th||25th||21st||17th|
|21||99||Tord Linnerud||Volkswagen Team Sweden||Volkswagen Polo||28th||31st||12th||15th|
|22||28||Alexander Hvaal||JC Raceteknik||Citroën DS3||15th||15th||20th||26th|
|23||14||Frode Holte||Frode Holte Motorsport||Hyundai i20||24th||24th||30th||16th|
|24||101||Per Eklund||Eklund Motorsport||Saab 9-3||26th||29th||23rd||22nd|
|25||92||Anton Marklund||EKS RX||Audi S1||13th||17th||29th||31st|
|26||102||Tamas Karai||Racing-Com||Audi A1||27th||28th||22nd||27th|
|27||77||René Münnich||All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport||Audi S3||30th||22nd||26th||28th|
|28||32||Ole-Kristian Nøttveit||CircleX||Volvo C30||22nd||26th||24th||30th|
|29||30||Ole Kristian Temte||Ole Kristian Temte||Citroën C4||34th||32nd||27th||23rd|
|30||31||Max Pucher||World RX Team Austria||Ford Fiesta||29th||30th||32nd||24th|
|31||48||Lukas Walfridson||Helmia Motorsport||Renault Clio||32nd||23rd||25th||35th|
|32||47||Ramona Karlsson||Ramona RX||Volkswagen Scirocco||31st||27th||31st||32nd|
|33||88||Henning Solberg||CircleX||Ford Focus||35th||33rd||33rd||29th|
|34||4||Robin Larsson||Larsson Jernberg Racing Team||Audi A1||20th||34th||34th||33rd|
|35||8||Peter Hedström||Hedströms Motorsport||Škoda Fabia||25th||35th||35th||34th|
|1||21||Timmy Hansen||Team Peugeot-Hansen||4:26.522||6|
|2||15||Reinis Nitišs||Olsbergs MSE||+0.935||5|
|4||24||Tommy Rustad||HTB Racing-Marklund Motorsport||+4.917||3|
|5||90||Eric Färén||Hansen Talent Development||+13.206||2|
|6||17||Davy Jeanney||Team Peugeot-Hansen||+25.752||1|
|1||13||Andreas Bakkerud||Olsbergs MSE||4:28.472||6|
|2||10||Mattias Ekström||EKS RX||+0.512||5|
|3||57||Toomas Heikkinen||Marklund Motorsport||+2.198||4|
|4||42||Timur Timerzyanov||Namus OMSE||+2.740||3|
|5||52||Ole Christian Veiby||Volkswagen Team Sweden||+4.314||2|
|6||3||Johan Kristoffersson||Volkswagen Team Sweden||+17.660||1|
|1||10||Mattias Ekström||EKS RX||4:28.114||8|
|2||21||Timmy Hansen†||Team Peugeot-Hansen||+1.698||5|
|3||13||Andreas Bakkerud||Olsbergs MSE||+1.817||4|
|4||57||Toomas Heikkinen||Marklund Motorsport||+4.393||3|
|5||15||Reinis Nitišs||Olsbergs MSE||+9.973||2|
† Timmy Hansen was given a 2-second penalty for exceeding track limits
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