RallyX sets its ambitions for 2024 and beyond

As the RallyX championship wrapped up on the first weekend of September in Holjes, promoter RX Promotion has been hard at work ever since.

In fact, the RallyX championship promoter is already actively working on the 2024 season, including the composition of the future calendar, which should be revealed in the next few weeks.

“We’re continuing to work on the 2024 calendar. For the moment, we have a plan A which is proving to be very ambitious, and a plan B which also promises to be exciting. What is certain is that we will publish our definitive 2024 calendar as soon as possible. I think we’ll have a clearer picture of our 2024 championship by mid-October,” explains Andreas Eriksson.

As things stand, at least three events have already been confirmed.

“For now, we can already guarantee that we’ll be returning to Finland while we’ll also have two stops planned in Sweden’s Tierp and Holjes racetracks. Behind the scenes, we are continuing our discussions with several organizers in Norway, Germany and Denmark. Other countries have also expressed an interest in our championship, and this is also one of the options we are continuing to explore. What I can confirm is that we should see some very good surprises in the run-up to 2024”.

Still working closely with RallyX drivers and teams, the promoter is planning a few small adjustments.

“The information to remember is that our championship will take place between May and August 2024. As always, we’ve taken great care to listen carefully to our drivers and teams, working on a calendar that will guarantee everyone much more fluidity than in 2023. In particular, we’ll be taking care to avoid excessively long breaks, as was the case this year between Kouvola and Grenland”.

In addition to short-term projects, the RallyX championship is looking beyond the 2024 season.

“Of course, we’re already thinking about what’s next and what’s to come,” says Andreas Eriksson.

“We already have some very good ideas which are currently being discussed. What’s certain is that we want to continue the growth of RallyX and make it the most prestigious championship of all. We want to continue to attract the fastest and most talented young drivers to our championship, while enabling them to pursue their development alongside the most experienced drivers who are already among the best on the Rallycross planet. Nevertheless, we are also taking particular care to assess which new markets could be the most promising for our drivers and teams, and for the RallyX brand”