With the World Rallycross Championship switching to electric cars for 2022, Johan Kristoffersson’s World RX title in 2021 is the last for an internal combustion engine car at FIA rallycross’ highest level.
Although first called Division 2 cars, and now known today as RX1, what is widely known as the Supercar concept was first introduced in 1993, following the end of rallycross’ Group B era, and continues today in the European Championship.
12 different car models won the top FIA title from 1993 to 2021, while an extensive list of other machines were built and raced throughout that 28-year period.
Now, Rallycross World is undertaking a month-long quest (until January 31) to crown the greatest-ever Supercar, and we need YOUR votes.
There are two lists the select a car from: The greatest Supercar to win the top FIA title (Euro RX or World RX) and The Greatest Supercar not to win the title.
Did you love Will Gollop’s Peugeot 306, or adore Petter Solberg’s Citroen DS3? How about Ludvig Hunsbedt’s Volvo S40, or James Grint’s Mitsubishi Mirage?
Clearly not all Supercars ever built are included in the list, so if your car of choice is missing, let us know in the ‘Other’ section of the poll, and comment on social media!« Previous Post Next Post »