Next up in our countdown of the year's biggest motor racing stories is trouble in the world of rallycross - with the US-based Global series folding and FIA World Rallycross losing key factory support.
The Global Rallycross championship gave motorsport a place in the extreme sports arena and boasted major manufacturer and driver names at its height. But the series suddenly folded at the start of 2018.
After a four-year absence, Jacques Villeneuve was back behind the wheel of a rallycross car as he took part in the ARX (Americas Rallycross Championship) event at the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières last weekend.
The US-based Global Rallycross Championship has gone out of business with immediate effect.
The Lydden Hill circuit in the UK is set to host the final two rounds of the Global Rallycross Championship on October 27-28.
Scott Speed completed a hat-trick in winning his third consecutive Red Bull Global Rallycross championship for Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross (VARX) on Saturday.
Scott Speed, Tanner Foust, and Steve Arpin enter this year’s event with a chance at the Supercar title
Under sunny skies from the Racing Capital of the World,GRC cars made their Indianapolis debut at Lucas Oil Raceway for Day 1 of Red Bull Global Rallycross Round 7 racing
Manufacturer championship within sights, four points back from first
Arpin’s victory came in the series’ first-ever Canadian round at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in Ottawa
Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross driver Tanner Foust took first place in Round 3 of the 2017 Red Bull Global Rallycross season at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park
With weather as wild as the racing at Red Bull Global Rallycross Round 2 in Louisville, Honda Red Bull Olsbergs MSE driver Sebastian Eriksson took the victory by just .071 seconds
It was a warm and muggy day in the Bluegrass State for Red Bull Global Rallycross Round 2 practice, qualifying and heats.
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