Reinis Nitiss1995-12-16 (age 24)
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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.
Latvian driver Reinis Nitiss will race a third Audi S1 Supercar for Audi-backed World Rallycross Champions EKS full-time in the series this season, alongside World RX champion Mattias Ekstrom and Finnish driver Toomas Heikkinen.
Two-time British Rallycross Group N Champion Nick Jones will make his FIA World Rallycross Championship debut at the final round of the series in Argentina next week, driving a JRM Racing Mini RX in Rosario.
Audi DTM driver Timo Scheider is set to compete for All-Inkl.com Munnich Motorsport in the World Rallycross round at Barcelona, after Reinis Nitiss confirmed his split with the team.
Rallycross winner Reinis Nitiss will drive a brand new Seat Ibiza RX Supercar for All-Inkl.com Racing in the 2016 FIA World Rallycross Championship.
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
Mattias Ekstrom is placed second overall while Davy Jeanney is third.
A total of 20 Supercars will compete at Trois-Rivieres.
Timmy Hansen won heat one and finished in fourth fastest in heat two.
Reigning World RX Champion Petter Solberg clinched the runners-up spot and has extended his Championship lead.
Consistent performance at Lydden Hill moves OMSE to top.
Mattias Ekstrom finished second, a mere 0.4 seconds behind Solberg to take the runner-up spot.
After winning the first two heats at Lydden Hill in Kent today, Petter Solberg is leading the Motorsport News World RX of Great Britain.
SDRX driver Petter Solberg finished second to establish a 22 point Championship lead in the overall drivers’ standings over Sweden’s Johan Kristoffersson.
Driver Reinis Nitiss earns second place on new course at famed F1 track.