Nitro Rallycross to Launch Global Series in June, Announces All-Electric Class - Engine Builder Magazine

Nitro Rallycross to Launch Global Series in June, Announces All-Electric Class

Nitro Rallycross (Nitro RX)—the rallycross racing series founded by Travis Pastrana in 2021—will launch its inaugural global season on June 18–19 at England’s Lydden Hill Race Circuit for the first of ten races staged in six countries, including Sweden, Finland, Canada, Saudi Arabia, and the United States.  

“I’m so excited to see Nitro Rallycross expand into a full worldwide series,” said Pastrana, the 2021 season champion.  

The 2022–23 Nitro RX season will also feature competition with the debut of the FC1-X in the new Group E division. Created by First Corner, LLC, in collaboration with QEV Technologies and Nitro RX, the FC1-X delivers the electric equivalent of 1,070 peak horsepower and accelerates from 0–60 in just 1.4 seconds. 

In addition, the Supercar class and NRX Next class return for this season.  

2022–23 Nitro Rallycross Championship Schedule (subject to change) 
June 18-19, 2022 // England (Lydden Hill Race Circuit)
July 30-31, 2022 // Sweden
August 27-28, 2022 // Finland
October 1-2, 2022 // Minneapolis, USA
October 29-30, 2022 // Los Angeles, USA
November 12-13, 2022 // Phoenix, USA
December 10-11, 2022 // Saudi Arabia
January 21-22, 2023 // Quebec, Canada
February 4-5, 2023 // Alberta, Canada
March TBA, 2023 // Nitro RX 2022-23 Series Finale // TBA, USA

For more information, visit nitrorallycross.com

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