Timur Timerzyanov1987-01-31 (age 33)
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Marcus Gronholm’s GRX team will return to World Rallycross this season and will expand to three Hyundai i20s for selected rounds of the series.
Triple European Rallycross Champion Timur Timerzyanov may be forced to miss the British round of the World Rallycross Championship this weekend at Silverstone if he cannot secure a visa to enter the UK in time.
Timur Timerzyanov and Janis Baumanis will be teammates in the 2017 World Rallycross season, having signed for the new STARD World RX Team owned by former WRC driver Manfred Stohl.
The six-minute video captures the excitement of the 12-round season which included a star-studded list of new drivers for 2016 including nine-time WRC Champion Sebastien Loeb.
Double European Rallycross Champion Timur Timerzyanov, will switch to the World RX Team Austria squad for the 2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship, where he will be joined by Latvian Janis Baumanis.
Andreas Bakkerud was also awarded the Monster Energy Super Charge Award for his rapid start off the line.
With two heats still remaining plus the semi-finals and the final, it is all to play for tomorrow in Franciacorta.
It is the third event in a row that Timmy Hansen has led the World RX drivers after day one.
Driver Reinis Nitiss earns second place on new course at famed F1 track.
Ford Olsbergs MSE driver Reinis Nitiss is second and Britain’s Liam Doran third in his SDRX Citroen DS3.
The opening round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship will take place in Montalegre, Portugal, later this month.
First season for new Peugot 208WRX.
Ford Olsbergs MSE takes Teams' Championship.
Three teams in the running at Total Rallycross of Argentina.
Petter Solberg scored enough points in Italy this weekend to secure him the inaugural FIA World Rallycross Championship!
Petter Solberg pipped Sweden RX winner Mattias Ekstrom to the post by an unbelievable margin of just five thousandths of a second.