Petter Solberg1974-11-18 (age 46)
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Former World Rally champion Petter Solberg believes his chance to compete on the Power Stage of next month’s Rally Italy is the perfect litmus test for Pirelli’s new gravel tyres.
World Rally champion Petter Solberg has recalled his first experiences of the virtual world ahead of his participation in Sunday’s Virtual Race of Champions.
Triple FIA World Champion Petter Solberg's son Oliver will return to his roots by racing in the opening rounds of RallyX Nordic at Holjes in Sweden next week.
WRC champion Petter Solberg says he is in discussions with two car manufacturers to start his own team in the top echelon of world rallying.
History-making triple FIA World Champion Petter Solberg has announced his decision to step down from top-flight motorsport.
The biggest names in the World Rallycross Championship are demanding answers from series promoter IMG about the future direction the sport will take.
Double World Rallycross champion Petter Solberg says it’s critical that the series' proposed switch to electric cars for 2021 is rubber-stamped as soon as possible, if his team is to maintain Volkswagen backing next year.
Volkswagen’s Johan Kristoffersson wrapped up his second consecutive World Rallycross Championship title by qualifying for the final at the American round of the series in Austin, then won the event when race leader Petter Solberg made a mistake.
Petter Solberg, the 2003 World Rally champion, is tipped to be part of Volkswagen's driver line-up when its new Polo GT1 R5 makes its WRC debut in Spain next month.
Triple FIA World Champion Petter Solberg was almost forced to withdraw from the World Rallycross Championship this season through illness, the Norwegian has revealed.
Volkswagen World Rallycross drivers Petter Solberg and Johan Kristoffersson are adamant there is no conflict in the PSRX team, despite the pair having come together in first corner incidents in the last two rounds.
Mattias Ekstrom made a comeback to win the opening round of the World Rallycross Championship in Barcelona as polesitter Petter Solberg was forced out of contention at the first corner.
Former World Rally Champions Petter Solberg and Sebastien Loeb experienced differing fortunes in qualifying at the World Rallycross Championship season opener in Barcelona.
Volkswagen driver Petter Solberg continued the PSRX team’s 2017 title-winning form by topping the order in the first day of the new World Rallycross season in Barcelona.
David Coulthard won the 2018 Race Of Champions, defeating former WRC champion Petter Solberg in the final at the King Fahad International Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Silverstone has revealed its new rallycross circuit that will host the World Rallycross Championship in 2018.
The PSRX Volkswagen Sweden team continued to dominate the Portuguese round of the World Rallycross Championship at Montalegre, as double champion Petter Solberg finished on top after the qualifying stages.
Double World Rallycross Champion Petter Solberg and the PSRX Volkswagen World RX Sweden team revealed its new Volkswagen Motorsport-built Polo GTI Supercar in Stockholm on Monday afternoon.
Former WRC champion Petter Solberg has secured a factory alliance with Volkswagen for the 2017 World Rallycross Championship.
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.
Outgoing World Rallycross Champion Petter Solberg sits top of the order after the first day of action at the season finale in Argentina, which was cut short due to torrentially wet conditions in Rosario.
Having finished only seventh at the end of day one at Estering, Petter Solberg put a pair of fastest times in Q3 and Q4 on Sunday morning, lifting the double World RX Champion to top spot in the Intermediate Classification.
Reigning World Rallycross champion Petter Solberg, who was involved in a finish line accident at the end of the Canadian round three weeks ago, will race in the eighth round of the series this weekend in France.
World Rallycross Championship leader Petter Solberg escaped serious injury at Trois-Rivieres in Canada, despite being involved in a heavy accident after the finish line of the World Rallycross finals, on Sunday afternoon.
DTM star Mattias Ekstrom topped the order, after the opening day's two qualifying races at Hockenheim, in the World RX season's second round, on Friday.
Petter Solberg says that he has invited former WRC rival Sebastien Loeb to join him in World Rallycross on numerous occasions in the past - and is delighted the Frenchman will be finally tackling the discipline.
Fresh from a stellar maiden outing in the Dakar Rally, Sebastien Loeb is likely to be looking for another new challenge to sink his teeth into - and Jean-Philippe Vennin thinks World Rallycross could be just the place.
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.
Franciacorta, in northern Italy, will form the final round of this year’s FIA European Rallycross Championship.
With a 35-point lead over Timmy Hansen, it’s possible that current leader Petter Solberg could wrap up his second drivers’ title this weekend.
The famous Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, home to both the Spanish F1 and MotoGP races, will host the inaugural Barcelona RX.
Points leader Petter Solberg clinched the runner-up spot while Frenchman Jean-Baptiste Dubourg finished third.
Staged in the small Breton village of Loheac in north-west France, a total of 67 cars will go head-to-head at the ninth round of the World Rallycross Championship
It is the third event in a row that Timmy Hansen has led the World RX drivers after day one.
Topi Heikkinen and Tanner Foust finished second and third respectively.
Mattias Ekstrom is placed second overall while Davy Jeanney is third.