Ramona Karlsson

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Ramona Karlsson
Ramona Karlsson 2015-09-11 001.jpg
Ramona Karlsson in 2015
NationalityFlag of Sweden.svg  Swedish
Born (1981-01-08) 8 January 1981 (age 39)
Kil, Sweden
FIA World Rallycross Championship
Years active 20142015
Car number47
Former teamsRamona RX
Albatec Racing
Eklund Motorsport
Starts6
Wins0
Podiums0
Best finish38th in 2014
FIA European Rallycross Championship
Years active 20142015
Car number47
Former teamsRamona RX
Eklund Motorsport
Starts4
Wins0
Podiums0
Best finish23rd in 2015 (Supercar)

Ramona Karlsson (born 8 January 1981) is a Swedish racing driver. She currently competes in the FIA World Rallycross Championship. [1] She is also a member of the FIA Women in Motorsport council.

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Racing record

Karlsson at the start of the 2012 Rallye Deutschland. 2012 rallye deutschland by 2eight dsc3758.jpg
Karlsson at the start of the 2012 Rallye Deutschland.

Complete PWRC results

SeasonTeamCar12345678PWRCPoints
2012 Ramona Rallying Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X MON MEX
6
ARG
Ret
GRE
Ret
NZL
Ret
GER
Ret
ITA
WD
ESP
WD
13th8

Complete FIA World Rallycross Championship results

Supercar

Karlsson in action during the 2015 World RX of Sweden. Ramona Karlsson 2015-07-04 001.jpg
Karlsson in action during the 2015 World RX of Sweden.
YearEntrantCar12345678910111213WRXPoints
2014 Per Eklund Motorsport Saab 9-3 POR
12
GBR
30
NOR
30
FIN
SWE
26
BEL
CAN
FRA
37th8
Albatec Racing Peugeot 208 GTi GER
35
ITA
TUR
ARG
2015 Ramona RX Volkswagen Scirocco POR
HOC
BEL
GBR
GER
SWE
32
CAN
NOR
FRA
ESP
TUR
ITA
ARG
NC0

Complete FIA European Rallycross Championship results

Supercar

YearEntrantCar12345ERXPoints
2014 Eklund Motorsport Saab 9-3 GBR
18
NOR
19
BEL
37th0
Albatec Racing Peugeot 208 GTi GER
25
ITA
2015 Ramona RX Volkswagen Scirocco BEL
15
GER
14
NOR
17
BAR
19
ITA
WD
23rd5

See also

List of female World Rally Championship drivers

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References

  1. "KARLSSON SIGNS AS FIRST FEMALE IN WORLD RX". rallycrossrx.com. Retrieved 6 July 2014.