Albatec Racing

Last updated
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Albatec Racing
Founded 2013
Team principal(s) Andy Scott
Current series FIA European Rallycross Championship
Current drivers 14. Flag of Finland.svg Jere Kalliokoski
24. Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Rustad
121. Flag of France.svg Philippe Maloigne

Racing record

Jacques Villeneuve in action during the 2014 World RX of Portugal Jacques Villeneuve on WRX - Portugal 2014 (8).jpg
Jacques Villeneuve in action during the 2014 World RX of Portugal
Tommy Rustad at the 2016 Ignition Festival in Glasgow Albatec Racing Peugeot 208 RX Supercar (28712455961).jpg
Tommy Rustad at the 2016 Ignition Festival in Glasgow
Andy Scott at the 2016 Ignition Festival in Glasgow Albatec Racing Peugeot 208 RX Supercar (28171877794).jpg
Andy Scott at the 2016 Ignition Festival in Glasgow

Complete FIA European Rallycross Championship results

(key)

Contents

Supercar

Year Entrant Car No. Driver 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ERX Points
2013 Albatec Racing Peugeot 208 26 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andy Scott GBR
14
POR
15
HUN
19
FIN
26
NOR
19
SWE
23
FRA
15
AUT
12
POL
15
40th 3
27 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Kris Meeke GBR POR HUN FIN NOR SWE FRA
18
AUT POL 48th -15
2014 Albatec Racing Peugeot 208 GTi 27 Flag of France.svg Davy Jeanney GBR
14
NOR
BEL
GER
ITA
9th27
47 Flag of Sweden.svg Ramona Karlsson GBR
NOR
BEL
GER
25
ITA
37th0
2015 Albatec Racing Peugeot 208 27 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg James Grint BEL
14
GER
10
NOR
10
BAR
17
ITA
14
13th 24
74 Flag of France.svg Jérôme Grosset-Janin BEL
1
GER
2
NOR
4
BAR
5
ITA
5
2nd 117
2016 Albatec-HTB Racing Peugeot 208 24 Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Rustad BEL
5
NOR
7
SWE
3
BAR
2
LAT
1
4th 94
Albatec Racing 26 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andy Scott BEL
NOR
20
SWE
10
BAR
12
LAT
13
16th20
74 Flag of France.svg Jérôme Grosset-Janin BEL
2
NOR
5
SWE
9
BAR
4
LAT
4
2nd105
2017 Albatec-HTB Racing Peugeot 208 24 Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Rustad BAR
9
NOR
6
SWE
9
FRA
6
LAT
4
5th86
Albatec Racing 14 Flag of Finland.svg Jere Kalliokoski BAR
15
NOR
11
SWE
10
FRA
15
LAT
15
13th25
121 Flag of France.svg Philippe Maloigne BAR
19
NOR
SWE
FRA
LAT
30th0

Complete FIA World Rallycross Championship results

(key)

Supercar

Year Entrant Car No. Driver 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 WRX Points Teams Points
2014 Albatec Racing Peugeot 208 GTi 2 Flag of Ireland.svg Oliver O'Donovan POR GBR NOR FIN SWE BEL CAN FRA GER ITA TUR ARG
11
37th 8 6th 25
25 Flag of Canada.svg Jacques Villeneuve POR
17
GBR NOR
15
FIN
16
SWE
17
BEL
15
CAN
16
FRA GER ITA
16
TUR ARG 37th 8
26 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andy Scott POR
13
GBR
10
NOR FIN SWE BEL
21
CAN
12
FRA
12
GER
31
ITA
24
TUR
11
ARG
9
12th 46
27 Flag of France.svg Davy Jeanney POR GBR
25
NOR FIN SWE BEL CAN FRA GER ITA TUR ARG 17th 27
47 Flag of Sweden.svg Ramona Karlsson POR GBR NOR FIN SWE BEL CAN FRA GER
35
ITA TUR ARG 37th 8
81 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg David Binks POR GBR NOR FIN SWE BEL CAN FRA
21
GER ITA TUR ARG 56th 0
122 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Marc Scott POR GBR NOR FIN SWE BEL CAN FRA GER ITA TUR
14
ARG 48th 3
2015 Albatec Racing Peugeot 208 26 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andy Scott POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
24
GER
SWE
CAN
NOR
FRA
BAR
TUR
ITA
ARG
40th 0 N/A N/A
74 Flag of France.svg Jérôme Grosset-Janin POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
GER
SWE
CAN
NOR
FRA
14
BAR
TUR
ITA
ARG
30th 3
81 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg David Binks POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
23
GER
SWE
CAN
NOR
FRA
BAR
TUR
ITA
ARG
38th 8
146 Flag of Finland.svg Kristian Sohlberg POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
GER
SWE
CAN
NOR
FRA
BAR
TUR
16
ITA
ARG
34th 1
168 Flag of France.svg Yvan Muller POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
GER
SWE
CAN
NOR
FRA
19
BAR
TUR
ITA
ARG
40th 0
2016 Albatec Racing Peugeot 208 24 Flag of Norway.svg Tommy Rustad POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
NOR
SWE
CAN
FRA
13
BAR
LAT
GER
25†
ARG
22nd 4 N/A N/A
26 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Andy Scott POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
NOR
SWE
CAN
FRA
12
BAR
LAT
GER
ARG
21th 6
121 Flag of France.svg Philippe Maloigne POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
NOR
SWE
CAN
FRA
21
BAR
LAT
GER
ARG
37th 0
2017 Albatec Racing Peugeot 208 67 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg François Duval BAR
POR
HOC
BEL
15
GBR
NOR
SWE
CAN
FRA
LAT
GER
RSA
22nd2 N/A N/A
124 Flag of South Africa.svg Mark Cronje BAR
POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
NOR
SWE
CAN
FRA
LAT
GER
RSA
20
35th0

† Points scored with other team(s).

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