2017 World RX of Germany

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2017 World RX of Germany
Round 11 of 12 in the
2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship
Date30 September–1 October 2017
Location Buxtehude, Lower Saxony
VenueEstering
Results
Heat Winners
Heat 1 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström
EKS RX
Heat 2 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen
Team Peugeot-Hansen
Heat 3 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg
PSRX Volkswagen Sweden
Heat 4 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg
PSRX Volkswagen Sweden
Semi-Final Winners
Semi-Final 1 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg
PSRX Volkswagen Sweden
Semi-Final 2 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström
EKS RX
Final
First Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström
EKS RX
Second Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen
Team Peugeot-Hansen
Third Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen
EKS RX

The 2017 World RX of Germany was the eleventh round of the fourth season of the FIA World Rallycross Championship. The event was held at the Estering in Buxtehude, Lower Saxony.

Contents

Heats

Pos.No.DriverTeamCarQ1Q2Q3Q4Pts
111 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Volkswagen Polo GTI 5th3rd1st1st16
21 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström EKS RX Audi S1 1st2nd2nd8th15
321 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen Peugeot 208 7th1st5th9th14
43 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Volkswagen Polo GTI 8th4th4th3rd13
513 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud Hoonigan Racing Division Ford Focus RS 2nd12th3rd5th12
657 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen EKS RX Audi S1 4th10th9th10th11
771 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen Peugeot 208 6th6th7th13th10
896 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson MJP Racing Team Austria Ford Fiesta 10th9th12th4th9
96 Flag of Latvia.svg Jānis Baumanis STARD Ford Fiesta 17th5th10th6th8
109 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb Team Peugeot-Hansen Peugeot 208 18th7th6th7th7
1115 Flag of Latvia.svg Reinis Nitišs EKS RX Audi S1 9th11th11th11th6
1268 Flag of Finland.svg Niclas Grönholm GRX Ford Fiesta 19th21st8th2nd5
1393 Flag of Sweden.svg Sebastian Eriksson Olsbergs MSE Ford Fiesta ST 3rd13th18th14th4
1443 Flag of the United States.svg Ken Block Hoonigan Racing Division Ford Focus RS 13th8th13th15th3
1544 Flag of Germany.svg Timo Scheider MJP Racing Team Austria Ford Fiesta 14th17th15th12th2
1694 Flag of Germany.svg Dieter Depping PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Volkswagen Polo GTI 15th16th14th18th1
177 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov STARD Ford Fiesta 11th15th16thDNF
1817 Flag of France.svg Davy Jeanney DA Racing Peugeot 208 12th22nd17th16th
1977 Flag of Germany.svg René Münnich All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport Seat Ibiza 20th14th19th17th
2010 Flag of Hungary.svg "Csucsu" Speedy Motorsport Kia Rio 16th18thDNF19th
2180 Flag of Germany.svg Andreas SteffenAndreas Steffen Ford Fiesta 22nd20th20th20th
2269 Flag of Poland.svg Martin KaczmarskiMartin Kaczmarski Ford Fiesta 21st19thDNS21st

Semi-Finals

Semi-Final 1
Pos.No.DriverTeamTimePts
111 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden 03:45.0546
257 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen EKS RX +2.3785
321 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen +3.6384
46 Flag of Latvia.svg Jānis Baumanis STARD +3.8873
513 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud Hoonigan Racing Division +4.9272
615 Flag of Latvia.svg Reinis Nitišs EKS RX +9.8501
Semi-Final 2
Pos.No.DriverTeamTimePts
11 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström EKS RX 03:42.8226
271 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen +2.2065
368 Flag of Finland.svg Niclas Grönholm GRX +5.2964
49 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb Team Peugeot-Hansen +5.5553
53 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson PSRX Volkswagen Sweden +8.7512
696 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson MJP Racing Team Austria +20.0521

Final

Pos.No.DriverTeamTimePts
11 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström EKS RX 03:41.6638
221 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen +2.6295
357 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen EKS RX +3.7174
411 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden +6.8683
568 Flag of Finland.svg Niclas Grönholm GRX +8.0892
671 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen +48.2391

Standings after the event

PosDriverPtsGap
1 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson 286
2 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg 234+52
3 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström 233+53
4 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb 204+82
5 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud 179+107

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References

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    2017 World RX of Latvia
    FIA World Rallycross Championship
    2017 season
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    2017 World RX of South Africa
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    2016 World RX of Germany
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    2018 World RX of Germany