Regulations

The FIA RX2e Championship event schedule is based upon the FIA World Rallycross Championship schedule, with specific timetables released prior to each respective event.

Each event will comprise practice sessions, four Qualifying rounds, two Semi-Finals and the Final.

In the FIA RX2e Championship, the classifications will be defined by Appendix I. 2021_FIA European Rallycross Championship Sporting Regulations.

Qualifying

There will be four Qualifying rounds, with maximum 5 cars starting abreast in each race over 4 laps.

Semi-Finals

The 12 top-scoring drivers in the intermediate classification will qualify for the Semi-Finals, each run over six laps. The winner, second and third-placed drivers in each Semi-Final will qualify for the Final.

Final

There will be six starters, arranged 2-2-2 in three rows in the Final. The Final will be run over six laps. The Semi-Final winner with the highest number of points in the intermediate standings will start on the ‘pole’ side of the grid, followed by the other Semi-Final winner. The same procedure will be used between the two second-placed drivers and two third-placed drivers.

Scoring System

Points are awarded to the top 16 drivers in the Intermediate Classification of every event (Q1 to Q4 inclusive). The 1st-placed driver is awarded 16 points, 2nd-placed 15 points and so on down to 1 point for 16th place.

All semi-final starters then score points as follows:

1st: 6 points
2nd: 5 points
3rd: 4 points
4th: 3 points
5th: 2 points
6th: 1 point

All final starters then score points as follows:

1st: 8 points
2nd: 5 points
3rd: 4 points
4th: 3 points
5th: 2 points
6th: 1 point

Downloads

2021 FIA RX2e Championship Information

Appendix I. 2021_FIA European Rallycross Championship Sporting Regulations

Appendix II. 2021_RX2e Graphical Charter