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2017 Global RallyCross Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2017 Global RallyCross Championship
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The 2017 Red Bull Global RallyCross Championship was the seventh and final season of the Global RallyCross Championship. Scott Speed was the reigning Supercars champion for a second season and Cabot Bigham was the reigning GRC Lites champion. The schedule consisted of twelve rounds at eight different venues.[1]

Schedule

Round Event Location Date
1 Red Bull Global RallyCross Memphis Memphis International Raceway, Millington, Tennessee 29 April
2 Red Bull Global RallyCross Louisville Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville, Kentucky 21 May
3 Red Bull Global RallyCross New England Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, Thompson, Connecticut 3-4 June
4
5 Red Bull Global RallyCross Ottawa Canada Aviation and Space Museum, Ottawa, Ontario 17-18 June
6
7 Red Bull Global RallyCross Indianapolis Lucas Oil Raceway, Brownsburg, Indiana 9 July
8 Red Bull Global RallyCross Atlantic City Bader Field, Atlantic City, New Jersey 12-13 August
9
10 Red Bull Global RallyCross Seattle Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Washington 9-10 September
11
12 Red Bull Global RallyCross Los Angeles Port of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California 14 October

Entry list

Supercars

Manufacturer Team Car No. Drivers Rounds
United States Ford United States Loenbro Motorsports Ford Fiesta ST 00 Canada Steve Arpin All
United States Bryan Herta Rallysport 2 United States Cabot Bigham (R) 1–9, 12
19 United States Austin Cindric (R) 10–11
United States Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing 14 United States Austin Dyne All
Japan Honda Sweden Honda Red Bull OMSE Honda Civic Coupe 16 Sweden Oliver Eriksson (R) All
24 United States Mitchell DeJong All
93 Sweden Sebastian Eriksson All
Japan Subaru United States Subaru Rally Team USA Subaru Impreza WRX STi 18 Sweden Patrik Sandell All
55 Australia Chris Atkinson All
Germany Volkswagen United States Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross Volkswagen Beetle 34 United States Tanner Foust All
41 United States Scott Speed All

GRC Lites

Every driver competes in an Olsbergs MSE-built GRC Lites car.

Team No. Drivers Rounds
United States Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 3 United States Travis PeCoy All
24 United States Alex Keyes All
44 United States Christian Brooks All
Colombia AF Racing 4 Colombia Gustavo Yacamán 2
5 United States Burt Jenner 1
42 New Zealand Matt Halliday 7
126 Colombia Alejandro Fernández 1–6, 8–12
Sweden Olsbergs MSE X Forces 13 France Cyril Raymond All
53 United States Cole Keatts All
77 United States Scott Anderson 8–12
242 United States Mark Brummond 10–12
United States DirtFish Motorsports 21 United States Conner Martell 1–10, 12
25 United States James Rimmer All
United States CORE Autosport 54 United States Jon Bennett 1–6, 8–9
56 United States Colin Braun 1–6, 8–9

Results and standings

Race results

No. Event 3rd Place 2nd Place GRC Lites Winner Winner Winning Team Manufacturer
1 Red Bull Global RallyCross Memphis Canada Steve Arpin United States Tanner Foust United States Conner Martell United States Scott Speed United States Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross Germany Volkswagen
2 Red Bull Global RallyCross Louisville United States Scott Speed Canada Steve Arpin United States Christian Brooks Sweden Sebastian Eriksson Sweden Red Bull Honda OMSE Japan Honda
3 Red Bull Global RallyCross New England United States Mitchell DeJong United States Scott Speed France Cyril Raymond United States Tanner Foust United States Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross Germany Volkswagen
4 Australia Chris Atkinson United States Scott Speed France Cyril Raymond Canada Steve Arpin United States Loenbro Motorsports United States Ford
5 Red Bull Global RallyCross Ottawa United States Mitchell DeJong United States Tanner Foust France Cyril Raymond Canada Steve Arpin United States Loenbro Motorsports United States Ford
6 United States Mitchell DeJong United States Scott Speed France Cyril Raymond United States Tanner Foust United States Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross Germany Volkswagen
7 Red Bull Global RallyCross Indianapolis Canada Steve Arpin United States Tanner Foust United States Christian Brooks United States Scott Speed United States Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross Germany Volkswagen
8 Red Bull Global RallyCross Atlantic City Canada Steve Arpin Sweden Patrik Sandell France Cyril Raymond United States Scott Speed United States Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross Germany Volkswagen
9 Canada Steve Arpin Sweden Sebastian Eriksson United States Conner Martell United States Scott Speed United States Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross Germany Volkswagen
10 Red Bull Global RallyCross Seattle Australia Chris Atkinson United States Scott Speed France Cyril Raymond United States Tanner Foust United States Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross Germany Volkswagen
11 Sweden Patrik Sandell United States Scott Speed United States Christian Brooks United States Tanner Foust United States Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross Germany Volkswagen
12 Red Bull Global RallyCross Los Angeles Sweden Patrik Sandell United States Scott Speed United States Conner Martell United States Tanner Foust United States Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross Germany Volkswagen

Drivers' championships

Scoring system

Points were awarded based on finishing positions as shown in the chart below:

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   Others 
Points 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0

In addition, points were awarded in all rounds of heats and semifinals.[2] Heat winners earned seven points and semi winners earned ten points.

Supercars

Pos. Driver Team MEM LOU NE1 NE2 OTT1 OTT2 IND AC1 AC2 SEA1 SEA2 LA Pts.
1 United States Scott Speed United States Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross 12 A 32 A 21 B 21 DNS2 23 A 13 A 11 B 13 A 21 22 A 2B 826
2 United States Tanner Foust United States Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross 21 B 42 B 13 A 92 A 21 A 11 B 21 B 10 A 9 13 A 11 13 A 807
3 Canada Steve Arpin United States Loenbro Motorsports 31 21 41 1B 1B 101 3 32 3 4 7 51 743
4 Sweden Sebastian Eriksson Sweden Red Bull Honda OMSE 71 1 10 6 6 41 6 4 21 B 10 9 7 651
5 United States Mitchell DeJong Sweden Red Bull Honda OMSE 4 5 3 4 3 3 DNS 5 51 9 8 6 640
6 Sweden Oliver Eriksson (R) Sweden Red Bull Honda OMSE 5 7 91 81 81 5 4 6 7 51 10 10 601
7 Australia Chris Atkinson United States Subaru Rally Team USA 81 DNS 7 3 41 9 81 9 41 31 B 5 9 585
8 Sweden Patrik Sandell United States Subaru Rally Team USA 9 DNS 6 5 9 7 7 2 10 7 3B 31 582
9 United States Austin Dyne United States Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing DNS 61 5 7 5 6 5 7 8 6 6 81 562
10 United States Cabot Bigham (R) United States Bryan Herta Rallysport 6 8 8 10 71 8 91 81 6 4 473
11 United States Austin Cindric (R) United States Bryan Herta Rallysport 8 4 102
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Fastest time in qualifying
1 2 – Number of heat wins
A B – Winner of Semifinal A or B
LCQ – Winner of the Last Chance Qualifier

GRC Lites

Pos. Driver Team MEM LOU NE1 NE2 OTT1 OTT2 IND AC1 AC2 SEA1 SEA2 LA Pts.
1 France Cyril Raymond Sweden Olsbergs MSE X Forces 22 91 12 A 12 A 12 A 1 A 22 12 62 A 11 B 21 B 91 B 786
2 United States Christian Brooks United States Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 31 11 A 21 3 9B 10 1B 8 2 22 1 3 692
3 United States Travis PeCoy United States Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 8 81 31 5 4 2 3 4B 3 3A 71 41 672
4 United States Conner Martell United States DirtFish Motorsports 11 B 21 B 10 41 3 51 61 A 21 A 1 B 8 12 A 656
5 United States Alex Keyes United States Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 9A 10 5B 6 81 31 B DSQ 31 51 61 3 2 603
6 United States James Rimmer United States DirtFish Motorsports 5 6LCQ 7 7 7 4 5 5 DNQ 5 82 A 8 562
7 United States Cole Keatts Sweden Olsbergs MSE X Forces DNQ1 7 6 91 B 6 6 41 101 10 4 6 7 543
8 Colombia Alejandro Fernández Colombia AF Racing 6 DNQ 9 10 5 71 7 8 9 4 10 458
9 United States Colin Braun United States CORE Autosport 41 41 4 2 21 81 DNQ1 41 405
10 United States Jon Bennett United States CORE Autosport 7 51 8 8 DNS 9 9 9LCQ 281
11 United States Scott Anderson Sweden Olsbergs MSE X Forces 6LCQ 7 7 5 5 242
12 United States Mark Brummond Sweden Olsbergs MSE X Forces DSQ 9 6 79
13 Colombia Gustavo Yacamán Colombia AF Racing 3 60
14 New Zealand Matt Halliday Colombia AF Racing 7 45
15 United States Burt Jenner Colombia AF Racing 10LCQ 16

Manufacturers' championship

Pos. Manufacturer Pts.
1 Germany Volkswagen
2 United States Ford
3 Japan Honda
4 Japan Subaru

References

  1. ^ "Global Rallycross announces 2017 event schedule". us.motorsport.com. Retrieved 6 February 2019.
  2. ^ "GRC 101". redbullglobalrallycross.com. Global RallyCross Championship. Archived from the original on June 11, 2016. Retrieved May 28, 2016.

External links

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