2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship

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The 2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy was the third season of the FIA World Rallycross Championship. The season consists of twelve rounds and started on 16 April with the Portuguese round at Montalegre. The season ended on 27 November, at Rosario, Santa Fe in Argentina.

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Petter Solberg was the defending drivers' champion. Team Hansen-Peugeot were the defending teams' champions. After 11 rounds, Mattias Ekström clinched the Drivers Championship. His team EKS secured the teams championship at the final round in Argentina.

Calendar

2016 World RX calendar by nations World RX Nations Calendar 2016.png
2016 World RX calendar by nations

On 30 October 2015 the 2016 calendar was announced, removing the rounds in Italy and Turkey and adding an event in Latvia. [1] On 2 December 2015 the FIA World Motor Sport Council approved in Paris the 2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship calendar and confirmed the separation of European and World Rallycross heats during events. [2] The RX Lites category was held in support of the World Championship, which consisted of seven events and a non-championship round in Canada.

Rnd.EventDatesVenueClassWinnerTeamReport
1 Flag of Portugal.svg World RX of Portugal 16–17 April Pista Automóvel de Montalegre Supercar Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg Flag of Sweden.svg Petter Solberg World RX Team¹ Report
2 Flag of Germany.svg World RX of Hockenheim 7–8 May Hockenheimring Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström Flag of Sweden.svg EKS RX Report
RX Lites Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Bryntesson Flag of Sweden.svg JC Raceteknik
3 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg World RX of Belgium 14–15 May Circuit Jules Tacheny Mettet Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström Flag of Sweden.svg EKS RX Report
RX Lites Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Bryntesson Flag of Sweden.svg JC Raceteknik
4 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg World RX of Great Britain 28–29 May Lydden Hill Race Circuit Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström Flag of Sweden.svg EKS RX Report
RX Lites Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE
5 Flag of Norway.svg World RX of Norway 11–12 June Lånkebanen Supercar Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud Flag of the United States.svg Hoonigan Racing Division Report
RX Lites Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Bryntesson Flag of Sweden.svg JC Raceteknik
6 Flag of Sweden.svg World RX of Sweden 2–3 July Höljesbanan Supercar Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud Flag of the United States.svg Hoonigan Racing Division Report
RX Lites Flag of Sweden.svg Simon Olofsson Flag of Sweden.svg Simon Olofsson
7 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg World RX of Canada 6–7 August Circuit Trois-Rivières Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen Flag of Sweden.svg Team Peugeot-Hansen Report
RX Lites² Flag of the United States.svg Mitchell DeJong Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE
8 Flag of France.svg World RX of France 3–4 SeptemberCircuit de Lohéac Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson Flag of Sweden.svg Volkswagen RX Sweden Report
9 Flag of Spain.svg World RX of Barcelona 17–18 September Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström Flag of Sweden.svg EKS RX Report
RX Lites Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE
10 Flag of Latvia.svg World RX of Latvia 1–2 October Biķernieku Kompleksā Sporta Bāze Supercar Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb Flag of Sweden.svg Team Peugeot-Hansen Report
RX Lites Flag of Norway.svg Sondre Evjen Flag of Sweden.svg JC Raceteknik
11 Flag of Germany.svg World RX of Germany 15–16 October Estering Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE Report
12 Flag of Argentina.svg World RX of Argentina 26–27 November Autódromo Rosario Supercar Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud Flag of the United States.svg Hoonigan Racing Division Report

¹ = A one-car team is ineligible to score teams' championship points.

² = Non-championship round.

Teams and drivers

Supercar

Permanent entries
ConstructorEntrantCarNo.DriverRounds
Audi Flag of Sweden.svg EKS RX [3] Audi S1 5 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström All
57 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen All
Flag of Sweden.svg Larsson Jernberg Motorsport [4] Audi A1 4 Flag of Sweden.svg Robin Larsson All
Citroën Flag of Sweden.svg Petter Solberg World RX Team [5] Citroën DS3 1 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg All
Ford Flag of the United States.svg Hoonigan Racing Division [6] Ford Focus RS [7] 13 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud [8] All
43 Flag of the United States.svg Ken Block All
Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE [9] Ford Fiesta ST 68 Flag of Finland.svg Niclas Grönholm 1–11
96 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson 1–7, 9-12
29 Flag of France.svg Yann Le Jossec 8
15 Flag of Latvia.svg Reinis Nitišs 9-10, 12
Flag of Austria.svg World RX Team Austria [10] Ford Fiesta 6 Flag of Latvia.svg Jānis Baumanis All
7 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov All
Mini Flag of the United Kingdom.svg JRM Racing [11] Mini Countryman 33 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Liam Doran 11–6
65 Flag of France.svg Guerlain Chicherit 8–11
37 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Guy Wilks 9-10
94 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Nick Jones 12
Peugeot Flag of Sweden.svg Team Peugeot-Hansen [12] Peugeot 208 9 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb All
21 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen All
Flag of Sweden.svg Peugeot-Hansen Academy 17 Flag of France.svg Davy Jeanney 1–6, 8-11
71 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Hansen 1–2, 4, 8, 11
SEAT Flag of Germany.svg all-inkl.com Münnich Motorsport [13] SEAT Ibiza Cupra 15 Flag of Latvia.svg Reinis Nitišs 21–8
55 Flag of Germany.svg René Münnich 1–11
44 Flag of Germany.svg Timo Scheider 9-10, 12
24 Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Rustad 11
77 Flag of Germany.svg René Münnich 12
Volkswagen Flag of Sweden.svg Volkswagen RX Sweden [14] Volkswagen Polo 3 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson All
92 Flag of Sweden.svg Anton Marklund All

* Entries in grey denote one-car teams which are ineligible to score teams championship points.

1 = JRM has announced the termination of Liam Doran's contract with the team following the sixth round (Sweden) of the championship. [17]

2 = Nitišs left the Münnich Motorsport team following event eight (France) and returned to Olsbergs MSE for event nine (Barcelona). [18]

RX Lites

All teams used identical Olsbergs MSE-produced Ford Fiestas

Entries
EntrantNo.DriverRounds
Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE 13 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond1-7
33 Flag of Kenya.svg Tejas Hirani1-7
64 Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Saeed Bintouq3-4, NC, 6
75 Flag of Germany.svg Patrick Simon1
40 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dan Rooke3
21 Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Hoglund5
24 Flag of the United States.svg Mitchell DejongNC
45 Flag of Finland.svg Miki WeckströmNC
27 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Andrew RangerNC
51 Flag of Sweden.svg Sandra HultgrenNC
53 Flag of the United States.svg Cole KeattsNC
Flag of Sweden.svg JC Raceteknik 99 Flag of Norway.svg Joachim Hvaal1-7
16 Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Bryntesson1-7
69 Flag of Norway.svg Sondre Evjen1-7
96 Flag of Norway.svg Henrik Krogstad4
6 Flag of Sweden.svg William Nilsson5
46 Flag of Latvia.svg Martin Lapins7
3 Flag of Sweden.svg Per Björnson5
14 Flag of Sweden.svg Magnus Hansen5
98 Flag of Sweden.svg Oliver ErikssonNC
Flag of Sweden.svg Santosh Motorsport86 Flag of Sweden.svg Santosh Berggren5
Flag of Finland.svg Set Promotion8 Flag of Norway.svg Simon Wago Syversen1-7
Flag of Turkey.svg Toksport18 Flag of Turkey.svg Ali Turkkan3
Flag of Sweden.svg Helmia Motorsport91 Flag of Sweden.svg Jonathan Walfridsson4-5
Flag of Latvia.svg Sport Racing Technologies55 Flag of Russia.svg Vasily Gryazin7
Flag of Poland.svg Lotto Team66 Flag of Andorra.svg Albert Llovera 4-6
Flag of the United States.svg Dirtfish Motorsports121 Flag of the United States.svg Conner MartellNC, 7
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg ICEPOL Racing Team26 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Regis Gosselin2
Flag of Sweden.svg Westlund Entreprenad47 Flag of Sweden.svg Alexander Westlund1-2, 5
Flag of Sweden.svg Simon Olofsson52 Flag of Sweden.svg Simon Olofsson1-7
Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Holmen56 Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Holmen4-7
Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Larsson2 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Larsson5

NC represents participation in the non-championship round in Canada.

Championship Standings

FIA World Rallycross Championship for Drivers

Pos.Driver POR
Flag of Portugal.svg
HOC
Flag of Germany.svg
BEL
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
NOR
Flag of Norway.svg
SWE
Flag of Sweden.svg
CAN
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg
FRA
Flag of France.svg
BAR
Flag of Spain.svg
LAT
Flag of Latvia.svg
GER
Flag of Germany.svg
ARG
Flag of Argentina.svg
Points
1 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström 1011136881255272
2 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson 6761275316562240
3 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud 41214611227431239
4 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg 14324754101927239
5 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb 51021052938198209
6 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen 1218732311123813178
7 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen 3216119941599103150
8 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov 16178561473036149117
9 Flag of Sweden.svg Robin Larsson 2613151081612512136109
10 Flag of Latvia.svg Jānis Baumanis 14897810152648712109
11 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson 711108131511111311692
12 Flag of France.svg Davy Jeanney 8911131112712101186
13 Flag of Sweden.svg Anton Marklund 915491546181415151176
14 Flag of the United States.svg Ken Block 183191414131061616121563
15 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Hansen 131949452
16 Flag of Latvia.svg Reinis Nitišs 15131221121813513111044
17 Flag of Finland.svg Niclas Grönholm 171415161611121415181928
18 Flag of Germany.svg Timo Scheider 177425
19 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg François Duval 518
20 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Liam Doran 105171917169
21 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andy Scott 106
22 Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Rustad 13254
23 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Guy Wilks 1719143
24 Flag of France.svg Jean-Baptiste Dubourg 16171
25 Flag of Sweden.svg Peter Hedström 161
26 Flag of Germany.svg René Münnich 192018181819141618222414-3
Pos.Driver POR
Flag of Portugal.svg
HOC
Flag of Germany.svg
BEL
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
NOR
Flag of Norway.svg
SWE
Flag of Sweden.svg
CAN
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg
FRA
Flag of France.svg
BAR
Flag of Spain.svg
LAT
Flag of Latvia.svg
GER
Flag of Germany.svg
ARG
Flag of Argentina.svg
Points

FIA World Rallycross Championship for Teams

Pos.TeamNo.DriversPoints
1 Flag of Sweden.svg EKS RX 5 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström 422
57 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen
2 Flag of Sweden.svg Team Peugeot-Hansen 9 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb 387
21 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen
3 Flag of Sweden.svg Volkswagen RX Sweden 3 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson 316
92 Flag of Sweden.svg Anton Marklund
4 Flag of the United States.svg Hoonigan Racing Division 13 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud 302
43 Flag of the United States.svg Ken Block
5 Flag of Austria.svg World RX Team Austria 6 Flag of Latvia.svg Jānis Baumanis 226
7 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov
6 Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE 68 Flag of Finland.svg Niclas Grönholm 132
96 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson
7 Flag of Germany.svg all-inkl.com Münnich Motorsport 15 Flag of Latvia.svg Reinis Nitišs 67
55 Flag of Germany.svg René Münnich

RX Lites Cup

Pos.Driver HOC
Flag of Germany.svg
BEL
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
NOR
Flag of Norway.svg
SWE
Flag of Sweden.svg
CAN
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg
BAR
Flag of Spain.svg
LAT
Flag of Latvia.svg
Points
1 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond2612218175
2 Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Bryntesson1121427167
3 Flag of Sweden.svg Simon Olofsson7233144151
4 Flag of Norway.svg Joachim Hvaal3346775136
5 Flag of Norway.svg Simon Wago Syversen655811310115
6 Flag of Norway.svg Sondre Evjen94610138198
7 Flag of Kenya.svg Tejas Hirani8775166396
8 Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Holmen995655
9 Flag of Sweden.svg Alexander Westlund49538
10 Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg Saeed Bintouq10721023 (30*)
11 Flag of Germany.svg Patrick Simon521
12 Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Hoglund619
13 Flag of Andorra.svg Albert Llovera 1117917
14 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Larsson317
15 Flag of the United States.svg Conner Martell4216 (21*)
16 Flag of Norway.svg Henrik Krogstad415
17 Flag of Russia.svg Vasily Gryazin914
18 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dan Rooke813
19 Flag of Sweden.svg William Nilsson813
20 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Regis Gosselin812
21 Flag of Latvia.svg Martin Lapins1111
22 Flag of Turkey.svg Ali Turkkan911
23 Flag of Sweden.svg Per Björnson1010
24 Flag of Sweden.svg Jonathan Walfridsson12158
25 Flag of Sweden.svg Magnus Hansen126
26 Flag of Sweden.svg Santosh Berggren143
27 Flag of the United States.svg Mitchell DeJong10 (27*)
28 Flag of Finland.svg Miki Weckström50 (25*)
29 Flag of Sweden.svg Oliver Eriksson30 (22*)
30 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Andrew Ranger60 (17*)
31 Flag of Sweden.svg Sandra Hultgren70 (15*)
32 Flag of the United States.svg Cole Keatts80 (12*)
Pos.Driver HOC
Flag of Germany.svg
BEL
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
NOR
Flag of Norway.svg
SWE
Flag of Sweden.svg
CAN
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg
BAR
Flag of Spain.svg
LAT
Flag of Latvia.svg
Points

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