Robin Larsson

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Robin Larsson
Robin Larsson 2015-11-29 001.jpg
Robin Larsson at the 2015 World RX of Argentina
Nationality Flag of Sweden.svg Swedish
Born (1992-07-08) 8 July 1992 (age 27)
Svenljunga, Sweden
Related to Lars Larsson (father)
FIA World Rallycross Championship career
Debut season 2014
Current team Jc Raceteknik
Car number4
Former teamsLarsson Jernberg Motorsport
Starts44
Wins1
Podiums5
Best finish8th in 2015
Finished last season21st
FIA ERX Supercar Championship
Years active 2014, 2017
Former teamsLarsson Jernberg Motorsport
Starts10
Championships1 (2014)
Wins3
Podiums6
FIA ERX TouringCar Championship
Years active 20122013
Starts17
Wins7
Podiums10
Best finish2nd in 2013

Robin Christian Zacharias Larsson is a Swedish racing driver currently participating in the FIA European Rallycross Championship. He has previously won the 2014 FIA European Rallycross Supercar Championship. [1] He is the son of double European Rallycross Champion Lars Larsson.

Contents

Racing record

Complete FIA European Rallycross Championship results

(key)

TouringCar

YearEntrantCar12345678910ERXPoints
2012 Robin Larsson Škoda Fabia GBR
FRA
AUT
1
HUN
NC
NOR
NC
SWE
1
BEL
1
NED
2
FIN
1
GER
1
4th100
2013 Robin Larsson Škoda Fabia GBR
2
POR
1
HUN
5
FIN
6
NOR
10
SWE
5
FRA
6
AUT
2
GER
1
2nd170

Supercar

Larsson competing in the 2016 World RX of Portugal. 4 Larsson.jpg
Larsson competing in the 2016 World RX of Portugal.
YearEntrantCar12345ERXPoints
2014 Robin Larsson Audi A1 GBR
1
NOR
11
BEL
1
GER
2
ITA
2
1st67
2017 Robin Larsson Audi A1 BAR
8
NOR
1
SWE
8
FRA
14
LAT
2
4th88

Complete FIA World Rallycross Championship results

(key)

Supercar

YearEntrantCar12345678910111213WRXPoints
2014 Robin Larsson Audi A1 POR
GBR
2
NOR
20
FIN
SWE
34
BEL
6
CAN
FRA
GER
3
ITA
10
TUR
ARG
9th76
2015 Robin Larsson Audi A1 POR
9
HOC
5
BEL
14
GBR
12
GER
9
SWE
34
CAN
18
NOR
3
FRA
6
BAR
6
TUR
10
ITA
8
ARG
1
8th147
2016 Robin Larsson Audi A1 POR
2
HOC
6
BEL
13
GBR
15
NOR
10
SWE
8
CAN
16
FRA
10
BAR
5
LAT
12
GER
13
ARG
6
9th109
2017 Robin Larsson Audi A1 BAR
POR
HOC
13
BEL
GBR
NOR
SWE
CAN
FRA
LAT
GER
RSA
21st4
2018 Olsbergs MSE Ford Fiesta ST BAR
9
POR
13
BEL
7
GBR
13
NOR
10
SWE
12
CAN
12†
FRA
21†
LAT
17
USA
14
GER
12
RSA
15
15th34

Loss of fifteen championship points – stewards' decision.

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Timur Timerzyanov
European Rallycross Supercar Champion
2014
Succeeded by
Tommy Rustad