Full 2019 RallyX Nordic campaign to be livestreamed on Facebook

  • All seven rounds to benefit from comprehensive live coverage
  • Fans around the world to enjoy every moment of high-octane action
  • English commentary for feed, with more platforms to be announced

Every round of the fast-approaching 2019 RallyX Nordic presented by Cooper Tires campaign will be broadcast LIVE on the series’ Facebook page for the first time.

In major news for the rapidly growing series, fans all around the world will be able to follow every moment of the high-speed, wheel-to-wheel action between some of the most exciting and talented drivers in the sport.

Every event – from Höljes to Nysum, Riga to Finnskogbanen and Kouvola to Tierp Arena – will be livestreamed at www.facebook.com/rallyxnordic and on further yet-to-be-announced platforms.

All competing classes in RallyX Nordic will benefit from this significantly enhanced coverage, with the racing to be voiced by a well-known, English-speaking motorsport commentator.

“We’re thrilled to be able to confirm the Facebook livestream for RallyX Nordic this season,” enthused Series Manager Ian Davies. “RallyX Nordic invariably produces spectacular entertainment across the board, from the flame-spitting Supercars to the nifty and nimble CrossCars – and the short, sharp format of one race swiftly followed by another makes it ideal for livestreaming.

“We also have many fans outside the Nordic area, and this live coverage will help them to follow us more closely. We encourage all of our thousands of followers on the Facebook page and their friends and families to tune in – the racing looks set to be better than ever this year, with big-name drivers, a blend of classic and exciting new rallycross tracks and some of the coolest cars you will ever see in one paddock. You won’t want to miss a moment!”

Television deals in multiple markets will be announced in due course.

2019 RallyX Nordic Calendar

May 17-19 Rounds 1/2 Höljes, Sweden
June 1-2 Round 3 Nysum, Denmark
July 20-21 Round 4 Riga, Latvia
July 27-28 Round 5 Finnskogbanen, Norway
August 24-25 Round 6 Kouvola, Finland
September 21-22 Round 7 Tierp Arena, Sweden