2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship

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The 2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy was the fourth season of the FIA World Rallycross Championship. The season consists of twelve rounds, started on 1 April with the Spanish round at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and concluded on 12 November at the Killarney Motor Racing Complex in Cape Town, South Africa.

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Johan Kristoffersson was the season's Driver's Champion, claiming it at the Neste World RX of Latvia. The Teams' Championship was won by PSRX Volkswagen Sweden.

Calendar

On 17 October 2016 the provisional 2017 calendar was released. It once again contained twelve rounds; however the Argentine event was discontinued in favour of a new event in South Africa. [1] Half of the rounds were supported by the RX2 categoryformerly known as RX Lites.

Rnd.EventDatesVenueClassWinnerTeamReport
1 Flag of Spain.svg World RX of Barcelona 1–2 April Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström Flag of Sweden.svg EKS RX Report
2 Flag of Portugal.svg World RX of Portugal 22–23 April Pista Automóvel de Montalegre, Montalegre Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström Flag of Sweden.svg EKS RX Report
3 Flag of Germany.svg World RX of Hockenheim 5–7 May Hockenheimring, Hockenheim Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström Flag of Sweden.svg EKS RX Report
4 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg World RX of Belgium 13–14 May Circuit Jules Tacheny Mettet, Mettet Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson Flag of Sweden.svg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Report
RX2 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE
5 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg World RX of Great Britain 27–28 May Lydden Hill Race Circuit, Wootton Supercar Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg Flag of Sweden.svg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Report
RX2 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE
6 Flag of Norway.svg World RX of Norway 10–11 June Lånkebanen, Hell Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson Flag of Sweden.svg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Report
RX2 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE
7 Flag of Sweden.svg World RX of Sweden 1–2 July Höljesbanan, Höljes Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson Flag of Sweden.svg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Report
RX2 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dan Rooke Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Team Faren
8 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg World RX of Canada 5–6 August Circuit Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson Flag of Sweden.svg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Report
RX2 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE
9 Flag of France.svg World RX of France 2–3 September Circuit de Lohéac, Lohéac Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson Flag of Sweden.svg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Report
RX2 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE
10 Flag of Latvia.svg World RX of Latvia 16–17 September Biķernieku Kompleksā Sporta Bāze, Riga Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson Flag of Sweden.svg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Report
11 Flag of Germany.svg World RX of Germany 30 September–1 October Estering, Buxtehude Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström Flag of Sweden.svg EKS RX Report
12 Flag of South Africa.svg World RX of South Africa 11–12 November Killarney Motor Racing Complex, Cape Town Supercar Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson Flag of Sweden.svg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Report
RX2 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE

Entries

The permanent entrants of the 2017 Supercar season Line-up of World RX 2017 (33588351512).jpg
The permanent entrants of the 2017 Supercar season
Petter Solberg moved across to PSRX Volkswagen Sweden, partnering with team owners Tommy and Johan Kristoffersson 395 - Johan KRISTOFFERSSON - RX Portugal.jpg
Petter Solberg moved across to PSRX Volkswagen Sweden, partnering with team owners Tommy and Johan Kristoffersson
Reinis Nitiss (foreground) moved to EKS, while "Csucsu" made his WorldRX debut Reinis Nitiss (Audi S1 EKS RX quattro) (33735031266).jpg
Reinis Nitišs (foreground) moved to EKS, while "Csucsu" made his WorldRX debut
Manfred Stohl split with World RX Team Austria (foreground) and entered his own team, STARD (background) World RX of Portugal in 2017 - Kevin Eriksson.jpg
Manfred Stohl split with World RX Team Austria (foreground) and entered his own team, STARD (background)

Supercar

Permanent Entries
ConstructorEntrantCarNo.DriverRounds
Audi Flag of Sweden.svg EKS RX [2] Audi S1 1 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström 1-6, 8-12
15 Flag of Latvia.svg Reinis Nitišs All
45 Flag of Sweden.svg Per-Gunnar Andersson [3] 7
51 Flag of Switzerland.svg Nico Müller [4] 9-10
57 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen All
Ford Flag of the United States.svg Hoonigan Racing Division [5] Ford Focus RS 13 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud All
43 Flag of the United States.svg Ken Block All
Flag of Finland.svg GRX [6] Ford Fiesta 68 Flag of Finland.svg Niclas Grönholm All
Flag of Austria.svg MJP Racing Team Austria [7] 44 Flag of Germany.svg Timo Scheider 1-4, 6-12
96 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson All
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg MJP Pirtek Racing 177 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andrew Jordan [8] 5
Flag of Austria.svg STARD [9] 6 Flag of Latvia.svg Jānis Baumanis All
7 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov All
Kia Flag of Hungary.svg Speedy Motorsport [10] Kia Rio 10 Flag of Hungary.svg "Csucsu" All
Peugeot Flag of France.svg DA Racing [11] Peugeot 208 15 Flag of France.svg Davy Jeanney [12] 11
66 Flag of France.svg Grégoire Demoustier 1-2, 4-5, 8-9, 12
67 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg François Duval [13] 10
87 Flag of France.svg Jean-Baptiste Dubourg 1-9, 12
Flag of Sweden.svg Team Peugeot-Hansen [14] 9 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb All
21 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen All
71 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Hansen All
Volkswagen Flag of the United Kingdom.svg LOCO World RX Team [15] Volkswagen Polo 58 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Alister McRae [16] 9
100 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Guy Wilks 1-8
Flag of Sweden.svg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden [17] Volkswagen Polo GTI 3 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson All
11 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg All
94 Flag of Germany.svg Dieter Depping [18] 11

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

RX2 International Series

Permanent Entries
EntrantNo.DriverRounds
Flag of Sweden.svg A. Berggrens Bilservice Floby58 Flag of Sweden.svg Santosh Berggren1,4
Flag of Sweden.svg Anders Michalak12 Flag of Sweden.svg Anders MichalakAll
Flag of Norway.svg Bard Holmen56 Flag of Norway.svg Thomas HolmenAll
Flag of Norway.svg Ben-Philip Gundersen2 Flag of Norway.svg Ben-Philip Gundersen4
Flag of Norway.svg BPG Motorsport43 Flag of Norway.svg Tony Sormbroen3
Flag of Norway.svg Glenn Haug9 Flag of Norway.svg Glenn HaugAll
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Guillaume De Ridder96 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Guillaume De RidderAll
Flag of Sweden.svg Hampus Rådström17 Flag of Sweden.svg Hampus Rådström4
Flag of Sweden.svg Helmia Motorsport91 Flag of Sweden.svg Jonathan Walfridsson3-4
Flag of Sweden.svg JC Raceteknik 6 Flag of Sweden.svg William Nilsson4-7
21 Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Höglund3-4
66 Flag of Sweden.svg William Nilsson1-3
69 Flag of Norway.svg Sondre EvjenAll
Flag of Sweden.svg Linus Östlund18 Flag of Sweden.svg Linus Östlund4
Flag of Sweden.svg Olsbergs MSE 11 Flag of the United States.svg Tanner WhittenAll
13 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond All
19 Flag of Sweden.svg Andreas BäckmanAll
26 Flag of Sweden.svg Jessica BäckmanAll
33 Flag of Kenya.svg Tejas Hirani1
36 Flag of France.svg Guerlain Chicherit 5, 7
53 Flag of the United States.svg Cole Keatts5
Flag of Sweden.svg Sandra Hultgren51 Flag of Sweden.svg Sandra Hultgren1-6
Flag of Finland.svg Set Promotion 8 Flag of Norway.svg Simon Wågø SyversenAll
Flag of Sweden.svg Simon Olofsson52 Flag of Sweden.svg Simon OlofssonAll
Flag of Latvia.svg Sports Racing Technologies55 Flag of Latvia.svg Vasily GryazinAll
Flag of Norway.svg Stein Frederic Akre98 Flag of Norway.svg Stein Frederic Akre3-4, 7
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Team Färén40 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dan RookeAll

Championship Standings

FIA World Rallycross Championship for Drivers

(key)

Pos.Driver BAR
Flag of Spain.svg
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
LAT
Flag of Latvia.svg
GER
Flag of Germany.svg
RSA
Flag of South Africa.svg
Points
1 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson 632121111171316
2 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström 11145473213255
3 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg 464317725744252
4 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb 142574333231110214
5 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen 54a32654669h22201
6 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud 310146322134487194
7 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen 812691211145118311125
8 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Hansen 118821139131081066115
9 Flag of the United States.svg Ken Block 91111878997f14148112
10 Flag of Germany.svg Timo Scheider 215711121012915155109
11 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson 13141059135416181012101
12 Flag of Latvia.svg Jānis Baumanis 15715161014681059998
13 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov 20991011611111513171378
14 Flag of Latvia.svg Reinis Nitišs 1051213161018161211121871
15 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Guy Wilks 71619141417201521
16 Flag of France.svg Jean-Baptiste Dubourg 1217171818151617131417
17 Flag of Switzerland.svg Nico Müller 17613
18 Flag of Sweden.svg Sebastian Eriksson 121312
19 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andrew Jordan 811
20 Flag of Finland.svg Niclas Grönholm 171316121516814e1412i5j15k4
21 Flag of Sweden.svg Robin Larsson 134
22 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg François Duval 15202
23 Flag of Sweden.svg Per-Gunnar Andersson 152
24 Flag of Sweden.svg Oliver Eriksson17161
25 Flag of France.svg "Knapick" 18212120161
26 Flag of Germany.svg Dieter Depping161
27 Flag of Germany.svg René Münnich 1820171819170
28 Flag of Poland.svg Martin Kaczmarski19181922220
29 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg "M.D.K."17240
30 Flag of France.svg Davy Jeanney 180
31 Flag of France.svg Gaëtan Sérazin180
32 Flag of France.svg Guerlain Chicherit 21212019190
33 Flag of France.svg Laurent Bouliou20210
34 Flag of Ireland.svg Oliver O'Donovan 200
35 Flag of South Africa.svg Mark Cronje200
36 Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Steffen210
37 Flag of South Africa.svg Ashley Haigh-Smith210
38 Flag of Portugal.svg Joaquim Santos220
39 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Oliver Bennett230
40 Flag of Hungary.svg Tamás Kárai230
41 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Alister McRae 240
42 Flag of Hungary.svg "Csucsu" 16202224c21222219221720-9
43 Flag of Finland.svg Joni-Pekka Rajala1819d19-10
44 Flag of France.svg Grégoire Demoustier 1921b2219202319-10
45 Flag of France.svg Emmanuel Anne25g-10
Pos.Driver BAR
Flag of Spain.svg
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
LAT
Flag of Latvia.svg
GER
Flag of Germany.svg
RSA
Flag of South Africa.svg
Points

a Ten championship points deducted for use of an unregistered tyre in Q3. [25]
b Ten championship points deducted for sealing an additional turbo after scrutineering. [25]
c Ten championship points deducted for sealing an additional turbo after scrutineering. [26]
d Ten championship points deducted for use of a third turbocharger in the competition. [27]
e Fifteen championship points deducted for use of a fourth engine seal. [28]
f Five championship points deducted for receiving his third reprimand in the championship. [29]
g Ten championship points deducted for presenting a turbocharger for sealing after initial scrutineering. [29]
h Fifteen championship points deducted for use of a fourth engine in the championship. [30]
i Ten championship points deducted for use of a new turbo seal after initial scrutineering. [30]
j Fifteen championship points deducted for use of more than three engine seals in the season. [31]
k Ten championship points deducted for use of a seventh turbocharger in the season. [32]

FIA World Rallycross Championship for Teams

Pos.TeamNo.DriversPoints
1 Flag of Sweden.svg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden 3 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson 544
11 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg
94 Flag of Germany.svg Dieter Depping
2 Flag of Sweden.svg Team Peugeot-Hansen 9 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb 415
21 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen
3 Flag of Sweden.svg EKS RX 1 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström 380
15 Flag of Latvia.svg Reinis Nitišs
57 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen
4 Flag of the United States.svg Hoonigan Racing Division 13 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud 306
43 Flag of the United States.svg Ken Block
5 Flag of Austria.svg MJP Racing Team Austria 44 Flag of Germany.svg Timo Scheider 221
96 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson
177 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andrew Jordan
6 Flag of Austria.svg STARD 6 Flag of Latvia.svg Jānis Baumanis 176
7 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov

RX2 International Series

(key)

Pos.Driver 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
RSA
Flag of South Africa.svg
Points
1 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond 1116111198
2 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dan Rooke2231695154
3 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Guillaume De Ridder9482226138
4 Flag of the United States.svg Tanner Whitten372163153105
5 Flag of Sweden.svg William Nilsson10573871098
6 Flag of Sweden.svg Simon Olofsson5691158798
7 Flag of Latvia.svg Vasily Gryazin710121943494
8 Flag of Norway.svg Sondre Evjen69614711293
9 Flag of Norway.svg Glenn Haug4841213101576
10 Flag of Sweden.svg Andreas Bäckman151454912869
11 Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Holmen113188146967
12 Flag of Norway.svg Simon Wågø Syversen17121171641347
13 Flag of Sweden.svg Anders Michalak81116131751145
14 Flag of Norway.svg Stein Frederic Akre1951422
15 Flag of Sweden.svg Jessica Bäckman1613142210141621
16 Flag of Sweden.svg Sandra Hultgren14151517111319
17 Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Höglund10918
18 Flag of Sweden.svg Linus Östlund1010
19 Flag of Kenya.svg Tejas Hirani128
20 Flag of France.svg Guerlain Chicherit 15128
21 Flag of the United States.svg Cole Keatts127
22 Flag of Sweden.svg Santosh Berggren13214
23 Flag of Norway.svg Tony Sormbroen134
24 Flag of Norway.svg Ben-Philip Gundersen152
25 Flag of Sweden.svg Jonathan Walfridsson17180
26 Flag of Sweden.svg Hampus Rådström200

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