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About the Series

The RX2 International Series presented by Cooper Tires is an Official Support Series to the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy, developing and nurturing the discipline’s future stars.

All drivers compete in identical 310bhp machinery, with a single-round World RX Supercar prize drive awarded to the eventual champion and a World RX Supercar test day on offer to the second and third-placed finishers.

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RX2 Series Drivers

Series Sponsors

Cooper Tire Europe (Presenting Partner)

Cooper is one of the most recognisable and reputable brands in the automotive industry, and in addition to its title partnership with RX2, the company also supplies tyres to all competitors, with its first-class products enabling drivers to push to the limit in all conditions.

Cooper is the sole tyre-supplier to both RX2 and World RX, providing rallycross tyres that offer unrivalled levels of grip and traction on the challenging mix of Tarmac and gravel surfaces.

VEIDEC (Technical Partner)

Swedish brand VEIDEC supplies its market-leading, sustainable chemical products for repair and maintenance purposes to all RX2 competitors, bolstering the series’ environmental credentials.

VEIDEC has been engaged in international motorsport for 20 years, in order to test and develop its green products under the toughest possible conditions. The company has a presence in 17 countries around the world.

Olsbergs (Technical Partner)

A pioneering company with its focus firmly on the future. Swedish firm Olsbergs specialises in the design and manufacture of electronics and hydraulics for radio remote control systems used in loader cranes and timber-handling cranes.

2019 Calendar

April 27/28                                              Barcelona, Spain
May 11/12                                               Spa, Belgium
May 25/26                                               Silverstone, Great Britain
June 15/16                                              Hell, Norway
July 6/7                                                   Höljes, Sweden
August 31/September 1                          Lohéac, France
November 9/10                                       Cape Town, South Africa