FIA RX2e Rallycross Championship
Sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile, RX2e is the first-ever FIA electric rallycross championship. RX2e electrified the international rallycross landscape by joining the FIA World Rallycross Championship undercard in 2021.
The vision for RX2e is to provide a pathway to the top of the sport for aspiring rallycross stars.
RX2e started as an arrive-and-drive concept with the idea of bringing the electric technology to as many drivers as possible. It has consolidated itself as the best category for aspiring professional drivers in World RX, Rally Raid or other off-road international series.
After 2 inaugural seasons with exciting races and a competitive technical package, RX2e will now be a team-based Championship while QEV Technologies will remain as the single supplier of the cars and powertrain.
QEV Technologies boasts a long and successful history in the electric vehicle domain. Involved in Formula E from the outset, the company propelled Nelson Piquet Jnr to the title with NEXTEV TCR (now NIO) during the series’ inaugural season in 2014/15 before striking up a long-term operational partnership with Mahindra Racing. QEV Tech is the technical partner of ACCIONA|Sainz XE Team in the radical new off-road racing series Extreme E.
Aligned with Olsbergs MSE, QEV Tech not only initiated the RX2e championship but also developed the electric racing car FX1-X , the most powerful Rallycross vehicle ever built, which is running in the Nitro Rallycross series. Its many years of experience in electric racing have yielded an impressive track record of success while simultaneously honing the company’s electro-mobility and R&D expertise.