Rallycross is an exciting and exhilarating motorsport that combines the speed of circuit racing with the skill of rally driving. Rallycross is a form of racing that takes place on temporary circuits made up of asphalt and dirt, which often have various jumps, bumps and banked corners that test the driver’s skills and courage. Rallycross races usually features exciting wheel-to-wheel action, as drivers battle it out to be the first across the finish line. This adrenaline-filled sport has grown in popularity over recent years and is now one of the most popular racing disciplines in the world. Test your knowledge about Rallycross with this trivia and challenge yourself to be the ultimate rallycross expert!
1) What type of car does a Rallycross driver typically use?
2) What is the purpose of the jump in Rallycross?
3) Who is the current FIA World Rallycross Champion?
4) What type of race is Rallycross?
5) What is the minimum number of laps a Rallycross event will typically last?
6) What is the name of the official governing body for Rallycross?
7) Where do Rallycross races typically take place?
8) How many cars are typically on track at the same time during a Rallycross race?
9) Who was the first ever FIA World Rallycross Champion?
10) What kind of terrain does a Rallycross course usually have?
11) How long is a typical Rallycross race?
12) What type of surface does a Rallycross course usually have?
13) What is the minimum age requirement of a Rallycross driver?
14) What are the two main categories of Rallycross vehicles?
15) What type of events can a Rallycross driver compete in?
16) What type of terrain does a Rallycross track usually have?
17) What do Rallycross cars usually have that other race cars may not?
18) How many laps are typically raced in a single Rallycross event?
19) What speed do the cars typically reach in Rallycross racing?
20) What type of tires do Rallycross cars use?
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