On the revived course in the Müllenbachschleife of the Grand-Prix Track, the drivers are anything but squeamish with each other at the season finale of the FIA World RX of Germany. For the first time the World RX will be fully electric!
The mutual contact belongs on the changing surface of gravel and asphalt to good tone in rallycross races. The mood also promises to be unique. The stands run around the track like a stadium and from here, viewers can watch the action throughout the course.
A real experience is the particularly powerful and therefore fast rallycross cars: With over 600 HP equipped, they can manage it from 0 to 100 km/h in 1.9 seconds and are thus even faster than Formula 1 cars.
The new regulations
The previous qualifying heats are now called Heat 1, Heat 2, Heat 3. Qualifying 4 will become the so-called "Progression Race", as the decisive stage on the way to the semi-finals. The highest placed driver from the heats will choose his starting place first, then the second highest placed and so on. The ten highest placed riders from the "Progression Race" make it to the semi-finals.
Furthermore, the starting order for Heat 1 will no longer be determined by drawing lots, but by means of a Superpole. In addition, there will be a standard five laps at each stop. In the semi-finals and finals, five cars will start instead of six.