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FIA World Rallycross Championship (2014-to date)

2014 (Champion: Petter Solberg)
1. Montalegre (P), May 4-Petter Solberg (N)-Citroen DS3 #11
2. Lydden (GB), May 25-Andreas Bakkerud (N)-Ford Fiesta #13
3. Hell (N), Jun 15-Reinis Nitiss (LV)-Ford Fiesta #15
4. Kouvola (FIN), Jun 29-Tanner Foust (USA)-Volkswagen Polo #34
5. Holjes (S), Jul 6-Mattias Ekstrom (S)-Audi S1 #10
6. Mettet (B), Jul 13-Toomas Heikkinen (FIN)-Volkswagen Polo #57
7. Trois-Rivieres (CDN), Aug 8-Petter Solberg (N)-Citroen DS3 #11
8. Loheac (F), Sep 7-Petter Solberg (N)-Citroen DS3 #11
9. Estering (D), Sep 21-Petter Solberg (N)-Citroen DS3 #11
10. Franciacorta (I), Sep 28-Timmy Hansen (S)-Peugeot 208 #3
11. Istanbul (TR), Oct 12-Andreas Bakkerud (N)-Ford Fiesta #13
12. Cordoba (RA), Nov 23-Petter Solberg (N)-Citroen DS3 #11

2015 (Champion: Petter Solberg)
1. Montalegre (P), Apr 26-Johan Kristoffersson (S)-Volkswagen Polo #3
2. Hockenheim (D), May 3-Petter Solberg (N)-Citroen DS3 #1
3. Mettet (B), May 17-Toomas Heikkinen (FIN)-Volkswagen Polo #57
4. Lydden (GB), May 24-Petter Solberg (N)-Citroen DS3 #1
5. Estering (D), Jun 21-Davy Jeanney (F)-Peugeot 208 #17
6. Holjes (S), Jul 6-Mattias Ekstrom (S)-Audi S1 #10
7. Trois-Rivieres (CDN), Aug 8-Davy Jeanney (F)-Peugeot 208 #17
8. Hell (N), Aug 23-Timmy Hansen (S)-Peugeot 208 #21
9. Loheac (F), Sep 6-Timmy Hansen (S)-Peugeot 208 #21
10. Catalunya (E), Sep 20-Petter Solberg (N)-Citroen DS3 #1
11. Istanbul (TR), Oct 4-Timmy Hansen (S)-Peugeot 208 #21
12. Franciacorta (I), Oct 18-Andreas Bakkerud (N)-Ford Fiesta #13
13. Rosario (RA), Nov 29-Robin Larsson (S)-Audi A1 #4

2016 (Champion: Mattias Ekstrom)
1. Montalegre (P), Apr 17-Petter Solberg (N)-Citroen DS3 #1
2. Hockenheim (D), May 8-Mattias Ekstrom (S)-Audi S1 #5
3. Mettet (B), May 15-Mattias Ekstrom (S)-Audi S1 #5
4. Lydden (GB), May 29-Mattias Ekstrom (S)-Audi S1 #5
5. Hell (N), Jun 12-Andreas Bakkerud (N)-Ford Focus #13
6. Holjes (S), Jul 3-Andreas Bakkerud (N)-Ford Focus #13
7. Trois-Rivieres (CDN), Aug 7-Timmy Hansen (S)-Peugeot 208 #21
8. Loheac (F), Sep 4-Johan Kristoffersson (S)-Volkswagen Polo #3
9. Catalunya (E), Sep 18-Mattias Ekstrom (S)-Audi S1 #5
10. Riga (LV), Oct 2-Sebastien Loeb (F)-Peugeot 208 #9
11. Estering (D), Oct 16-Kevin Eriksson (S)-Ford Fiesta #96
12. Rosario (RA), Nov 27-Andreas Bakkerud (N)-Ford Focus #13

2017 (Champion: ?????)
1. Catalunya (E), Apr 2-Mattias Ekstrom (S)-Audi S1 #1
2. Montalegre (P), Apr 23-Mattias Ekstrom (S)-Audi S1 #1
3. Hockenheim (D), May 7-Mattias Ekstrom (S)-Audi S1 #1
4. Mettet (B), May 14-Johan Kristoffersson (S)-Volkswagen Polo #3
5. Lydden (GB), May 28-Petter Solberg (N)-Volkswagen Polo #11
6. Hell (N), Jun 11-Johan Kristoffersson (S)-Volkswagen Polo #3
7. Holjes (S), Jul 2-Johan Kristoffersson (S)-Volkswagen Polo #3

Total races: 44

Winning drivers

10 wins-Petter Solberg
9 wins-Mattias Ekstrom
6 wins-Andreas Bakkerud
5 wins-Timmy Hansen, Johan Kristoffersson
2 wins-Toomas Heikkinen, Davy Jeanney
1 win
-Kevin Eriksson, Tanner Foust, Robin Larsson, Sebastien Loeb, Reinis Nitiss

Total winning drivers: 12

Winning nationalities

Finland-1 driver (Heikkinen)
France-2 drivers (Jeanney, Loeb)
Latvia
-1 driver (Nitiss)
Norway
-2 drivers (Bakkerud, Solberg)
Sweden-5 drivers (K Eriksson, M Ekstrom, Hansen, Kristoffersson, Larsson)
United States-1 driver (Foust)

Total winning nationalities: 6

Winning manufacturers

10 wins-Audi
9 wins
-Citroen, Volkswagen
8 wins-Ford, Peugeot

Total wins: 44 by 5 manufacturers