RAHAL LETTERMAN LANIGAN RACING TO ENTER RED BULL GLOBAL RALLYCROSS SERIES; WILL ENTER A FORD FIESTA ST WITH DRIVER AUSTIN DYNE HILLIARD, Ohio (March 8, 2017) – Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing (RLLR) announced today that the team will compete in the 2017 Red Bull Global Rallycross Supercar championship and enter a Ford Fiesta ST for driver Austin
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The Red Bull Global Rallycross Championship Series returns to the Pacific Northwest this weekend, and once again large crowds of spectators are expected. Two years ago Red Bull GRC was hosted at the DirtFish Rally School in Snoqualmie, Washington just 30 minutes east of Seattle. The combined promotional efforts of Red Bull GRC, Subaru, and DirtFish brought in a record
For months, rumors have been floating around of a new manufacturer coming into Red Bull Global Rallycross in 2016. The scuttlebutt encompassed everything from Mini returning, to Chevy entering full time, and Honda designing a brand new Fit exclusively for the series. This week we found out that last rumor hit squarely in the 9 ring, just off the bullseye.
The final round of the Red Bull GRC season takes place this coming Wednesday November 4th at SEMA and will be shown live via RedBull.tv. If it is anything like last year, the coverage should be as good if not better than the NBC TV program. The championship is pretty much between the two Andretti Autosport Volkswagen Super Bettles of
Red Bull GRC Race Preview: Los Angeles presented by Subaru Tecnica International IN BRIEF: Red Bull GRC returns to Los Angeles with a brand new course layout and one of the largest fields of the season. This year’s doubleheader at the Port of Los Angeles will go a long way towards determining this year’s Supercar champion, as Ken Block looks
By Matt Kalish of Matt Kalish Photography Red Bull Global Rallycross is in LA this weekend and that means two things for for the Long Beach waterfront – fast cars and fast driving. But just how fast is fast? I got to find out last month at Red Bull GRC’s Washington D.C. round. I was just a lowly
The Red Bull Global Rallycross Championship returns to the Port of Los Angeles for this weekend’s Subaru Tecnica International sponsored double header. Traditionally LA has been the best of the worst as it is yet again another parking lot track. However, in Red Bull GRC’s continuing effort to make better racing in these temporary locations they have steadily improved track
This weekend is round 7 of the Red Bull Global Rallycross Championship and again takes place at the AFK Stadium in Washington D.C. Open Paddock’s Matt Kalish is at the event getting all the behind the scenes info and periodically sharing posts on our Facebook page. Thanks Matt! This year’s DC track thankfully is nearly twice the size as last year’s track.
After multiple attempts over the past few years, the Red Bull Global Rallycross Championship finally makes it to the Motor City. The host location is the famed (or maybe infamous if you’re an IndyCar fan) streets of Belle Isle. The track hits my personal sweet spot being 0.757 miles long, and the joker lap is very unique with the
The Red Bull Global Rallycross returns to X-Games this weekend, but this year not as part of the championship. X-Games with its invitational entrants and often risky medal hungry on track behavior has been converted to an exhibition round for the Red Bull GRC. Even though the points don’t matter for the championship, winning an X-Games medal is always high