2017 World RX of Norway

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2017 World RX of Norway
Round 6 of 12 in the
2017 FIA World Rallycross Championship
Date 10–11 June 2017
Location Hell, Nord-Trøndelag
Venue Lånkebanen
Results
Heat Winners
Heat 1 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström
EKS RX
Heat 2 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud
Hoonigan Racing Division
Heat 3 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson
PSRX Volkswagen Sweden
Heat 4 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg
PSRX Volkswagen Sweden
Semi-Final Winners
Semi-Final 1 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud
Hoonigan Racing Division
Semi-Final 2 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson
PSRX Volkswagen Sweden
Final
First Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson
PSRX Volkswagen Sweden
Second Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud
Hoonigan Racing Division
Third Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb
Team Peugeot-Hansen

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. [1]

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.

FIA World Rallycross Championship

The FIA World Rallycross Championship is a rallycross series organised by the FIA in conjunction with series promoters IMG Motorsport.

Lånkebanen

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).

Contents

Supercar

Heats

Pos.No. Driver Team CarQ1Q2Q3Q4 Pts
1 13 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud Hoonigan Racing Division Ford Focus RS 5th 1st 2nd 2nd16
2 1 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström EKS RX Audi S1 1st 2nd 3rd 4th15
3 11 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Volkswagen Polo GTI 4th3rd6th1st14
4 3 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson PSRX Volkswagen Sweden Volkswagen Polo GTI 2nd9th1st21st13
5 9 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb Team Peugeot-Hansen Peugeot 208 3rd7th10th12th12
6 43 Flag of the United States.svg Ken Block Hoonigan Racing Division Ford Focus RS 13th8th8th5th11
7 71 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen Peugeot 208 6th16th11th3rd10
8 15 Flag of Latvia.svg Reinis Nitišs EKS RX Audi S1 7th10th12th8th9
9 7 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov STARD Ford Fiesta 11th12th7th8th8
10 57 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen EKS RX Audi S1 14th6th5th16th7
11 44 Flag of Germany.svg Timo Scheider MJP Racing Team Austria Ford Fiesta 9th11th16th6th6
12 21 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen Peugeot 208 8th5thDNF7th5
13 96 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Eriksson MJP Racing Team Austria Ford Fiesta 22nd 4th 4th 14th4
14 6 Flag of Latvia.svg Jānis Baumanis STARD Ford Fiesta 12th 14th 9th 11th3
15 87 Flag of France.svg Jean-Baptiste Dubourg DA Racing Peugeot 208 10th 13th 15th 15th2
16 68 Flag of Finland.svg Niclas Grönholm GRX Ford Fiesta 18th 18th 13th 10th1
17 100 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Guy Wilks LOCO World RX Team Volkswagen Polo 20th 15th 14th 13th
18 60 Flag of Finland.svg Joni-Pekka Rajala Vaaranmaa Racing Mitsubishi Mirage 17th 19th 17th 17th
19 36 Flag of France.svg Guerlain Chicherit Guerlain Chicherit Renault Clio 15th 17th 18th DNF
20 78 Flag of France.svg Laurent Bouliou Laurent Bouliou Peugeot 208 16th 20th 21st 20th
21 84 Flag of France.svg "Knapick" Hervé "Knapick" Lemonnier Citroën DS3 19th 21st 20th 19th
22 10 Flag of Hungary.svg "Csucsu" Speedy Motorsport Kia Rio 21st 22nd 19th 18th

Semi-Finals

Semi-Final 1
Pos.No. Driver Team Time Pts
1 13 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud Hoonigan Racing Division 4:04.1186
2 9 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb Team Peugeot-Hansen +1.1165
3 7 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov STARD +2.6494
4 11 Flag of Norway.svg Petter Solberg PSRX Volkswagen Sweden +2.9173
5 44 Flag of Germany.svg Timo Scheider MJP Racing Team Austria +3.7132
6 71 Flag of Sweden.svg Kevin Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen +4.7471
Semi-Final 2
Pos.No. Driver Team Time Pts
1 3 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson PSRX Volkswagen Sweden 3:59.7546
2 1 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström EKS RX +1.3805
3 21 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen +3.9224
4 43 Flag of the United States.svg Ken Block Hoonigan Racing Division +4.0863
5 57 Flag of Finland.svg Toomas Heikkinen EKS RX +5.2382
6 15 Flag of Latvia.svg Reinis Nitišs EKS RX +5.9851

Finals

Pos.No. Driver Team Time Pts
1 3 Flag of Sweden.svg Johan Kristoffersson PSRX Volkswagen Sweden 3:57.4618
2 13 Flag of Norway.svg Andreas Bakkerud Hoonigan Racing Division +1.9475
3 9 Flag of France.svg Sébastien Loeb Team Peugeot-Hansen +3.8154
4 1 Flag of Sweden.svg Mattias Ekström EKS RX +4.2673
5 21 Flag of Sweden.svg Timmy Hansen Team Peugeot-Hansen +4.4362
6 7 Flag of Russia.svg Timur Timerzyanov MJP Racing Team Austria +6.4141

RX2 International Series

Heats

Pos.No. Driver TeamQ1Q2Q3Q4 Pts
1 13 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond Olsbergs MSE 1st 13th 1st 1st16
2 11 Flag of the United States.svg Tanner Whitten Olsbergs MSE 7th 4th 2nd 2nd15
3 66 Flag of Sweden.svg William Nilsson JC Raceteknik 3rd 2nd 14th 6th14
4 40 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dan Rooke Dan Rooke 10th 9th 3rd 3rd13
5 69 Flag of Norway.svg Sondre Evjen JC Raceteknik 16th 1st 5th 10th12
6 9 Flag of Norway.svg Glenn Haug Glenn Haug 6th 16th 4th 4th11
7 96 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Guillaume De Ridder Guillaume De Ridder 4th 11th 8th 7th10
8 52 Flag of Sweden.svg Simon Olofsson Simon Olofsson 2nd 3rd 10th DNF9
9 19 Flag of Sweden.svg Andreas Bäckman Olsbergs MSE 8th 14th 6th 5th8
10 21 Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Höglund JC Raceteknik 15th 5th 7th 12th7
11 55 Flag of Latvia.svg Vasily Gryazin Sports Racing Technologies 5th 15th 12th 8th6
12 8 Flag of Norway.svg Simon Wågø Syversen Set Promotion 11th 12th 17th 9th5
13 43 Flag of Norway.svg Tony Sormbroen BPG Motorsport DNF 7th 9th 13th4
14 26 Flag of Sweden.svg Jessica Bäckman Olsbergs MSE 17th 6th 13th 15th3
15 51 Flag of Sweden.svg Sandra Hultgren Sandra Hultgren DNF 10th 15th 11th2
16 12 Flag of Sweden.svg Anders Michalak Anders Michalak 14th 8th DNF 16th1
17 91 Flag of Sweden.svg Jonathan Walfridsson Helmia Motorsport 13th 17th 11th 17th
18 56 Flag of Norway.svg Thomas Holmen Bard Holmen 12th 18th 18th 14th
19 98 Flag of Norway.svg Stein Frederic Akre Stein Frederic Akre 9th DNS 16th 18th

Semi-Finals

Semi-Final 1
Pos.No. Driver Team Time Pts
1 13 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond Olsbergs MSE 4:29.3146
2 66 Flag of Sweden.svg William Nilsson JC Raceteknik +3.0535
3 19 Flag of Sweden.svg Andreas Bäckman Olsbergs MSE +6.7714
4 69 Flag of Norway.svg Sondre Evjen JC Raceteknik +7.7663
5 96 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Guillaume De Ridder Guillaume De Ridder +8.7222
6 No. Flag of Latvia.svg Vasily Gryazin Sports Racing Technologies +11.0331
Semi-Final 2
Pos.No. Driver Team Time Pts
1 11 Flag of the United States.svg Tanner Whitten Olsbergs MSE 4:30.6976
2 40 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dan Rooke Dan Rooke +0.9685
3 9 Flag of Norway.svg Glenn Haug Glenn Haug +2.3034
4 8 Flag of Norway.svg Simon Wågø Syversen Set Promotion +4.7343
5 52 Flag of Sweden.svg Simon Olofsson Simon Olofsson +5.0242
6 21 Flag of Sweden.svg Marcus Höglund JC Raceteknik +6.5841

Final

Pos.No. Driver Team Time Pts
1 13 Flag of France.svg Cyril Raymond Olsbergs MSE 4:27.1258
2 11 Flag of the United States.svg Tanner Whitten Olsbergs MSE +4.8805
3 40 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dan Rooke Dan Rooke +5.5494
4 9 Flag of Norway.svg Glenn Haug Glenn Haug +7.2453
5 19 Flag of Sweden.svg Andreas Bäckman Olsbergs MSE +9.1542
6 66 Flag of Sweden.svg William Nilsson JC Raceteknik +10.8671

Standings after the event

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References

  1. "Kristoffersson takes heroic win in Norway". 11 June 2017. Retrieved 23 June 2017.
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