Ole Christian Veiby

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Ole Christian Veiby
Ole Christian Veiby 2014-07-05 001.jpg
Personal information
NationalityFlag of Norway.svg  Norwegian
Born (1996-06-17) 17 June 1996 (age 25)
Kongsvinger, Norway
World Rally Championship record
Active years 2014 present
Teams Škoda Motorsport, Hyundai
Rallies49
Championships 0
Rally wins 0
Podiums0
Stage wins0
Total points4
First rally 2014 Rally Catalunya
Last rally 2021 Rally de Portugal
FIA World Rallycross Championship
Years active 20142015
Car number52
Former teams Volkswagen Team Sweden
Volkswagen Dealer Team KMS
Starts4
Wins0
Podiums0
Best finish19th in 2015
FIA ERX Supercar Championship
Years active 20142015
Car number52
Former teams Volkswagen Team Sweden
Volkswagen Dealer Team KMS
Starts6
Wins1
Podiums3
Best finish3rd in 2015

Ole Christian Veiby is a professional rally driver from Norway driving for Hyundai Motorsport in the WRC-2 category of the World Rally Championship.

Contents

Racing record

Complete World Rally Championship results

Veiby in a Hyundai i20 R5 at the 2020 Rally Sweden. VeibyRallySweden2020(3).jpg
Veiby in a Hyundai i20 R5 at the 2020 Rally Sweden.
YearEntrantCar1234567891011121314Pos.Points
2014 Ole Christian Veiby Citroën DS3 R3T MON SWE MEX POR ARG ITA POL FIN GER AUS FRA ESP
Ret
GBR
34
NC0
2015 Printsport Citroën DS3 R3T MON
25
SWE
21
MEX ARG POR
35
ITA POL FIN
22
GER AUS FRA
95
ESP
48
GBR
23
NC0
2016 Printsport Citroën DS3 R3T MON
19
POR
40
ITA POL
29
FIN
19
GER
67
CHN
C
FRA
31
NC0
Škoda Fabia R5 SWE
16
MEX ARG ESP
28
GBR
19
AUS
2017 Printsport Škoda Fabia R5 MON SWE
11
MEX FRA
14
ARG POR ITA
11
POL
12
FIN
Ret
GER ESP
10
23rd1
Škoda Motorsport GBR
37
AUS
2018 Ole Christian Veiby Škoda Fabia R5 MON
Ret
ARG
11
NC0
Škoda Motorsport SWE
13
MEX POR FIN
Ret
TUR
Škoda Motorsport II FRA
12
ITA
12
Printsport GER
17
PH Sport Citroën C3 R5 GBR
26
ESP
20
AUS
2019 Ole Christian Veiby Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 MON
12
SWE
9
MEX FRA
Ret
ARG CHL POR
Ret
ITA
20
FIN GER TUR GBR
35
ESP
16
AUS
C
22nd2
2020 Hyundai Motorsport N Hyundai i20 R5 MON
Ret
SWE
13
MEX
10
EST
Ret
TUR ITA
12
24th1
Hyundai 2C Competition Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC MNZ
Ret
2021 Hyundai Motorsport N Hyundai i20 R5 MON ARC
16
CRO POR
DNS
ITA
WD
KEN EST BEL GRE FIN ESP JPN NC*0*

* Season still in progress.

Complete World Rally Championship-2 results

YearEntrantCar1234567891011121314Pos.Points
2016 Printsport Škoda Fabia R5 MON SWE
6
MEX ARG POR ITA POL FIN GER CHN
C
FRA ESP
5
GBR
6
AUS 13th26
2017 Printsport Škoda Fabia R5 MON SWE
3
MEX FRA
5
ARG POR ITA
2
POL
1
FIN
WD
GER ESP 6th68
Škoda Motorsport GBR
16
AUS
2018 Škoda Motorsport Škoda Fabia R5 MON SWE
3
MEX FIN
Ret
GER TUR 7th47
Škoda Motorsport II FRA
4
ARG POR ITA
2
PH Sport Citroën C3 R5 GBR
11
ESP
9
AUS
2019 Ole Christian Veiby Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 MON
3
SWE
1
MEX FRA
Ret
ARG CHL POR
Ret
ITA
5
FIN GER TUR GBR
11
ESP
4
AUS
C
6th62
2020 Hyundai Motorsport N Hyundai i20 R5 MON
Ret
SWE
2
MEX
3
EST
Ret
TUR ITA
2
MNZ 4th51
2021 Hyundai Motorsport N Hyundai i20 R5 MON ARC
5
CRO POR
DNS
ITA
WD
KEN EST BEL GRE FIN ESP JPN 8th*13*

* Season still in progress.

Complete FIA World Rallycross Championship results

Supercar

YearEntrantCar12345678910111213WRXPoints
2014 Volkswagen Dealer Team KMS Volkswagen Polo POR GBR NOR FIN SWE
21
BEL
18
CAN FRA GER ITA TUR ARG 56th0
2015 Volkswagen Team Sweden Volkswagen Polo POR HOC BEL GBR GER SWE
9
CAN NOR FRA BAR TUR ITA ARG
10
19th19

Complete FIA European Rallycross Championship results

Supercar

YearEntrantCar12345ERXPoints
2014 Volkswagen Dealer Team KMS Volkswagen Polo GBRNORBEL
10
GERITA29th7
2015 Volkswagen Team Sweden Volkswagen Polo BEL
2
GER
7
NOR
18
BAR
1
ITA
3
3rd86

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