The FIA World Rallycross Championship continues to advance and this weekend has its next stop, the 9th to be held in the French town of Loheac, in the area of ​​Bretagne. Last year was the record attendance – 74,000 attendees – and this year, aims to keep growing.

Great participation of French drivers

Loheac RX will feature a total of 20 local drivers, among which Jeanney Davy, who this season is going through the full championship and has already achieved great successes, such as the first Frenchman to climb to the top of the podium of the the FIA World Rallycross Championship. Alongside his compatriots will be Yvan Muller, multiple champion of the World Touring Car Championship and Francois Duval, among others. The full list of riders participating in the WorldRX of Loheac is available here: ENTRY LIST

Will Jeanney achieve the third victory?

Davy Jeanney and Petter Solberg are the only two drivers this season that have managed to win in two rounds of the FIA ​​World Rallycross Championship. In the last race in Norway, Solberg was unable to give his audience a triumph, but can do Jeanney this weekend against his fans? This will be one of the greatest attractions of the weekend.

Solberg also continues to lead the championship with a total of 193 points. Timmy Hansen is second with 152 points and is the Norwegian Andreas Bakkerud who closes the top 3 (140). Nearby is Jeanney with 139 points and Johan Kristoffersson ranks 5th with 135pt.



Friday 4 September

1600: Drivers’ Draw and press conference

1800: Supercar parade to Loheac


Saturday 5 September

0930: Official driver photograph at startline

1000: National Support races

1030: RX Practice

1230: National support races

1400: RX Heats 1 & 2

1730: Monster Energy rig riot

1800: National support races

1830: Autograph session


Sunday 6 September

0800: National support races warm-up

0830: RX warm-up

1100: RX Heat 3 & Heat 4

National support races

1300: Monster Energy Rig Riot

1330: Autograph Session at podium

1400: S1600 Semi-finals plus national support races

1500: World RX Supercar Semi-finals

Final S1600

Final World RX Supercar

1610: World RX winners’ press conference

1620: Finals: National support races