Rallycross Onboard Compilation from World RX of Germany 2021. Incar POV rallycross action with rallycross battles, clashes and fights with the top rallycross drivers in Germany 2021 during qualifying, semi finals and final rallycross races.
World RX of Germany is now at the Nürburgring F1 circuit. The new custom built rallycross track uses corners of the F1 track and new gravel and unsealed rallycross sections. The awesome Nürburgring rallycross track has steep hills, stadium seating all around and jumps to create the best of German rallycross action.
World RX of Germany 2021 : FIA World Rallycross Championship.
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Rallycross is an exciting rally racing motorsport using upgraded rally cars to race side by side on special mixed surface race tracks of dirt and asphalt.
Since 1967 rallycross has been entertaining fans of motorsports with short, fast rally car racing with qualifying, semi finals and final races all with epic car race battles and motorsport crashes.
In 2014 rallycross was FIA sanctioned to become the FIA World Rallycross Championship. World RX events are now at worldwide rallycross venues and famous F1 circuits around the world. The best rallycross cars have over 600bhp and can accelerate from 0-60mph in less than two seconds – faster than an F1 car.
Famous World Rally Championship drivers have competed in World Rallycross such as Sébastien Loeb and Petter Solberg who became World RX Champion in 2014 and 2015. The first driver to win two FIA championships, WRC and WorldRX.
Rallycross has featured world famous drivers like Ken Block, Jacques Villeneuve,
Reinis Nitišs, Mattias Ekström, Andreas Bakkerud, Timur Timerzyanov, Toomas Heikkinen, Tanner Foust, Johan Kristoffersson, and brothers Timmy Hansen and Kevin Hansen.
World Rallycross has a strong history of innovation with exciting features like the Joker Lap adding fascinating tactics to every race! This innovation continues as World RX transitions towards electric motosport. RX2e electric race cars make their debut in 2021, with the first World RX electric racing season using awesome 500Kw RX1e electric race cars in 2022.
World RX of Germany 2021 : Rallycross Germany