- Johan Kristoffersson was the fastest after the first two qualifying rounds of the Catalunya RX.
- Palbo Suárez made an awesome debut in the electric category reaching the 6th place.
- Excitement and adrenaline awaiting the crowd for next Saturday afternoon at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya with two qualifying rounds, semi-finals and the grand final of each category.
All the way adrenaline
The FIA World Rallycross Championship is synonymous with constant adrenaline. Not only the 600hp Supercars, it has also been demonstrated by the RX2e, the electric vehicles developed by the Catalan company QEV Technologies that have debuted in the Catalunya RX as the first FIA electric rallycross event in the world. The most outstanding driver was Guillaume de Ridder, who won the first two qualifiers. But we must highlight Pablo Suarez, a Canarian driver who has participated for the first time in this competition and has scored 6th place, and the Catalan José Luis García 7th.
Show will go on on Saturday afternoon
The Catalunya RX show returns to the track again this Saturday from 2pm. It will start with a very special demonstration for the local public, and the young star Gil Membrado, who has achieved 3rd place in a round of the European Rally Championship with only 13 years old this same month of July, will be able to show his talent before your audience.
This will be the opening act for an intense day with 24 races divided into four categories: Supercars, RX2e, RX3 and CarCross. It will be the day for the final outcome and define who takes the first victory of the season of the 2021 FIA World Rallycross Championship.