The RallyX Nordic presented by Cooper Tires Championship is delighted to welcome fans back trackside for the scintillating season finale at Arvika (August 13-15).
Spectators have today been invited to purchase tickets for Round 7 of the 2021 campaign, which will see five classes battle it out for title honours in a thrilling weekend at the Värmland circuit.
The COVID-19 pandemic has prevented on-site attendance from the rallycross faithful so far this year, but RallyX Nordic and the authorities at MK Team Westom are excited to announce that a limited number of supporters will be able to view the action in-person next month.
Weekend packages are available to purchase now, with the Arvika event also including the ever-popular Swedish National Championship.
The Supercar class is currently led by Johan Kristoffersson, but EKS JC ace Sondre Evjen still harbours hopes of overhauling the three-time FIA World Rallycross Champion while Fraser McConnell has also been catching the eye for Olsbergs MSE this term.
Tommi Hallman has an unassailable points lead in Supercar Lites after a stunning debut season in the category from the SET Promotion star, but the minor honours are still all to play for with a bumper entry list expected at the finale.
There is a three-way title fight in the CrossCar/Crosskart class, with Jimmie Österberg, Isak Reiersen and Patrik Hallberg all level on points at the top of the standings after each driver’s worst score of the season has been discounted.
CrossCar Junior appears to be a two-way battle between reigning champion Alex Gustafsson and Lukas Andersson that will go down to the wire, although Carcontrol’s Rasmus Persson is also in mathematical contention and ready to pick up the pieces if sparks fly between the pair.
Meanwhile a huge Open 2WD field will be hoping to make standings leader Simon Tiger sweat as the Swede looks to claim the crown in the popular series’ inaugural year on the RallyX Nordic package.
The RallyX Nordic presented by Cooper Tires Championship culminates with Round 7 at Arvika, Sweden (August 13-15). Don’t forget you can catch all the action live and for free on the RallyX TV YouTube Channel.