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Steve Volders – the last man ever to win the now-defunct FIA European Rallycross TouringCar Championship – will join the RX2 International Series presented by Cooper Tires in 2019, hoping to draw upon his experience in the sport and promising to ‘never give up’. Volders lifted the EuroRX TouringCar laurels in the series’ swansong last year, at the end of a thrilling campaign

Anders Michalak is back for a third consecutive campaign in the RX2 International Series presented by Cooper Tires in 2019, as the Swede bids to build upon his best result to-date in the official FIA World Rallycross Championship feeder series. A successful hillclimbing, Supermoto and Crosskart competitor before switching to rallycross, Michalak came within three seconds of reaching the podium at Silverstone last

The king is back in the building. Just when it looked like the competition for the crown in this year’s RX2 International Series presented by Cooper Tires couldn’t possibly get any hotter, reigning champion Oliver Eriksson has confirmed his return. All bets are officially off. Last year, Eriksson – a former GRC Lites and RallyX on Ice champion – came, saw and conquered

French drivers have a habit of doing rather well in the RX2 International Series presented by Cooper Tires – just ask 2017 Champion Cyril Raymond, now competing in the World Championship with the GCK Academy – and there are high hopes indeed for the series’ latest Gallic recruit, Damien Meunier. Meunier – who grew up just a couple of hours from legendary French

Fraser McConnell will make his debut in the RX2 International Series presented by Cooper Tires in 2019, as he bids to establish himself in Europe following a successful formative career in his Jamaican homeland. McConnell’s early success in motocross, karting and rallying on the Caribbean island twice earned him the ‘Jamaican Driver of the Year’ accolade – in 2015 and 2016. After discovering

Simon Olofsson is returning to the grid this year in the RX2 International Series presented by Cooper Tires, fully focussed on righting the wrongs that persistently plagued his 2018 challenge in the official FIA World Rallycross Championship feeder series – and promising that he is ‘better-prepared than ever’. After winning in Sweden in RX2’s predecessor RX Lites in 2016 – en route to

Record-breaking former Olympian Albert Llovera will return to the RX2 International Series presented by Cooper Tires this year, as the popular Andorran seeks to build upon the progress he made last season. The youngest athlete ever to compete in the Winter Olympics – aged just 17 in 1984 – Llovera looked set for a successful skiing career until a serious accident in the