|2017 World RX of Norway|
| Round 6 of 12 in the|
2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship
|Date||10–11 June 2017|
The 2017 World RX of Norway was the sixth round of the fourth season of the FIA World Rallycross Championship. The event was held at the Lånkebanen near Hell, Nord-Trøndelag.
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.
The FIA World Rallycross Championship is a rallycross series organised by the FIA in conjunction with series promoters IMG Motorsport.
Lånkebanen is a road racing circuit situated near Hell in Lånke, Stjørdal, Norway. The venue opened in 1987 as the first asphalt track in the country. It is used for a variety of motorsports, including rallycross, go-kart and motorcycle racing. The venue also features a designated hillclimbing and a motocross track on the slopes below, and a harness racing oval. Lånkebanen is owned by the Norwegian Automobile Federation (NAF).
|1||13||Hoonigan Racing Division||Ford Focus RS||5th||1st||2nd||2nd||16|
|2||1||EKS RX||Audi S1||1st||2nd||3rd||4th||15|
|3||11||PSRX Volkswagen Sweden||Volkswagen Polo GTI||4th||3rd||6th||1st||14|
|4||3||PSRX Volkswagen Sweden||Volkswagen Polo GTI||2nd||9th||1st||21st||13|
|5||9||Team Peugeot-Hansen||Peugeot 208||3rd||7th||10th||12th||12|
|6||43||Hoonigan Racing Division||Ford Focus RS||13th||8th||8th||5th||11|
|7||71||Team Peugeot-Hansen||Peugeot 208||6th||16th||11th||3rd||10|
|8||15||EKS RX||Audi S1||7th||10th||12th||8th||9|
|10||57||EKS RX||Audi S1||14th||6th||5th||16th||7|
|11||44||MJP Racing Team Austria||Ford Fiesta||9th||11th||16th||6th||6|
|12||21||Team Peugeot-Hansen||Peugeot 208||8th||5th||DNF||7th||5|
|13||96||MJP Racing Team Austria||Ford Fiesta||22nd||4th||4th||14th||4|
|15||87||DA Racing||Peugeot 208||10th||13th||15th||15th||2|
|17||100||LOCO World RX Team||Volkswagen Polo||20th||15th||14th||13th|
|18||60||Vaaranmaa Racing||Mitsubishi Mirage||17th||19th||17th||17th|
|19||36||Guerlain Chicherit||Renault Clio||15th||17th||18th||DNF|
|20||78||Laurent Bouliou||Peugeot 208||16th||20th||21st||20th|
|21||84||Hervé "Knapick" Lemonnier||Citroën DS3||19th||21st||20th||19th|
|22||10||Speedy Motorsport||Kia Rio||21st||22nd||19th||18th|
|1||13||Hoonigan Racing Division||4:04.118||6|
|4||11||PSRX Volkswagen Sweden||+2.917||3|
|5||44||MJP Racing Team Austria||+3.713||2|
|1||3||PSRX Volkswagen Sweden||3:59.754||6|
|4||43||Hoonigan Racing Division||+4.086||3|
|1||3||PSRX Volkswagen Sweden||3:57.461||8|
|2||13||Hoonigan Racing Division||+1.947||5|
|6||7||MJP Racing Team Austria||+6.414||1|
|7||96||Guillaume De Ridder||4th||11th||8th||7th||10|
|11||55||Sports Racing Technologies||5th||15th||12th||8th||6|
|19||98||Stein Frederic Akre||9th||DNS||16th||18th|
|5||96||Guillaume De Ridder||+8.722||2|
|6||No.||Sports Racing Technologies||+11.033||1|
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