See star drivers such as Petter Solberg, Sébastien Loeb and Ken Block in fast and frantic rallycross action courtesy of Cooper Tires
20 May 2016

The FIA World Rallycross Championship storms into Britain at the challenging Lydden Hill circuit from Saturday 28 to Sunday 29 May, and Autocar has three pairs of weekend tickets up for grabs courtesy of sole tyre supplier Cooper Tires.

Over a series of short, frantic races, the world’s greatest rallycross competitors will do battle on the mixed-surface track in Kent in a bid to make it through the qualifying rounds and semi-finals to the climax of the meeting: Sunday afternoon’s final.

Star names in the 24-strong supercar entry include reigning world champion Petter Solberg, rally legend Sébastien Loeb, famed stunt driver Ken Block and current points leader Mattias Ekström. Manufacturers represented on the grid include Audi, Mini, Citroën, Peugeot, Volkswagen, Ford and Seat.

The event also plays host to the second round of the FIA European Rallycross Championship for Super1600 and the third round of the RX Lites Cup.

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