2016 World RX of Canada

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2016 World RX of Canada
Round 7 of 12 in the
2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship
Date6–7 August 2016
Location Trois-Rivières, Quebec
Venue Circuit Trois-Rivières
Results
Heat Winners
Heat 1 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg
Petter Solberg World RX Team
Heat 2 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg
Petter Solberg World RX Team
Heat 3 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson
Volkswagen RX Sweden
Heat 4 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg
Petter Solberg World RX Team
Semi-Final Winners
Semi-Final 1 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg
Petter Solberg World RX Team
Semi-Final 2 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud
Hoonigan Racing Division
Final
First Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen
Team Peugeot-Hansen
Second Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud
Hoonigan Racing Division
Third Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson
Volkswagen RX Sweden

The 2016 World RX of Canada was the seventh round of the third season of the FIA World Rallycross Championship. [1] The event was held at the Circuit Trois-Rivières in Trois-Rivières, Quebec.

Contents

Heats

The pre-event drivers' parade EKS Trois-Rivieres (28731427341).jpg
The pre-event drivers' parade
Toomas Heikkinen, Johan Kristoffersson, Robin Larsson and Anton Marklund Toomas Heikkinen (Audi S1 EKS RX quattro) (28214703683).jpg
Toomas Heikkinen, Johan Kristoffersson, Robin Larsson and Anton Marklund
Mattias Ekstrom, Janis Baumanis and Rene Munnich Mattias Ekstrom (Audi S1 EKS RX quattro) (28720481052).jpg
Mattias Ekström, Jānis Baumanis and René Münnich
Timur Timerzyanov was disqualified from his Semi-Final RallycrossGP3R-31 (28898970256).jpg
Timur Timerzyanov was disqualified from his Semi-Final
Event podium WRX 2016 Rallycross of Canada 004.jpg
Event podium
Pos.No.DriverTeamCarQ1Q2Q3Q4Pts
11 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg Petter Solberg World RX Team Citroën DS3 1st1st8th1st16
27 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov World RX Team Austria Ford Fiesta 2nd2nd7th4th15
33 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson Volkswagen RX Sweden Volkswagen Polo 4th7th1st6th14
45 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström EKS RX Audi S1 12th4th3rd3rd13
59 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb Team Peugeot-Hansen Peugeot 208 8th3rd2nd12th12
613 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud Hoonigan Racing Division Ford Focus RS 3rd5th5th10th11
743 Flag of the United States.svg Ken Block Hoonigan Racing Division Ford Focus RS 5th13th11th2nd10
857 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen EKS RX Audi S1 6th6th4th15th9
992 Flag of Sweden.svg Anton Marklund Volkswagen RX Sweden Volkswagen Polo 9th9th9th8th8
1021 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen Peugeot 208 10th16th6th5th7
1168 Flag of Finland.svg Niclas Grönholm Olsbergs MSE Ford Fiesta ST 14th10th12th7th6
1296 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson Olsbergs MSE Ford Fiesta ST 7th11th15th13th5
1315 Flag of Latvia.svg Reinis Nitišs All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport SEAT Ibiza 15th14th13th11th4
1455 Flag of Germany.svg René Münnich All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport SEAT Ibiza 13th15th14th14th3
156 Flag of Latvia.svg Jānis Baumanis World RX Team Austria Ford Fiesta 11th12th16th9th2
164 Flag of Sweden.svg Robin Larsson Larsson Jernberg Motorsport Audi A1 16th8th10th16th1

Semi-Finals

Semi-Final 1
Pos.No.DriverTeamTimePts
11 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg Petter Solberg World RX Team 4:57.6926
23 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson Volkswagen RX Sweden +4.7015
392 Flag of Sweden.svg Anton Marklund Volkswagen RX Sweden +7.0974
49 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb Team Peugeot-Hansen +10.1753
543 Flag of the United States.svg Ken Block Hoonigan Racing Division DNF2
668 Flag of Finland.svg Niclas Grönholm Olsbergs MSE DNF1
Semi-Final 2
Pos.No.DriverTeamTimePts
113 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud Hoonigan Racing Division 5:00.9706
257 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen EKS RX +1.4185
321 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen +2.9814
496 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson Olsbergs MSE +8.0883
55 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström EKS RX DNF2
7 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov World RX Team Austria EX0

Final

Pos.No.DriverTeamTimePts
121 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen 5:17.8268
213 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud Hoonigan Racing Division +1.0775
33 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson Volkswagen RX Sweden +1.5574
457 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen EKS RX +4.0613
51 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg Petter Solberg World RX Team +4.6082
692 Flag of Sweden.svg Anton Marklund Volkswagen RX Sweden +5.8101

Standings after the event

Pos.DriverPtsGap
1 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg 161
2 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström 157+4
3 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud 132+29
4 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson 129+32
5 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb 121+40

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References

  1. "Results - 2016 World RX of Canada". rallycrossrx.com. Retrieved 8 August 2016.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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