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  • Red Bull GRC Memphis: Move of the Race

    May 3, 2017
    If anyone earned a podium finish in Red Bull Global Rallycross Memphis the hard way, it was Loenbro Motorsports’ Steve Arpin. From the process of simply getting to the track—one that involved not only the team’s evolution into its current form, but also Arpin serving dual roles as driver and team general manager—to overcoming engine […]
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  • Fan Voice Friday: Los Angeles Move of the Race

    October 14, 2016
    The 2016 Red Bull Global Rallycross finale at the Port of Los Angeles was everything that a race fan could ask for. It had one of the most picturesque waterfront backdrops of the season, four race winners across the Supercar and GRC Lites classes, and two championships decided down to the wire in the final […]
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  • Red Bull GRC Move of the Race: Los Angeles presented by Honda

    October 11, 2016
    With all the shuffling that happened throughout the pack all weekend long at Red Bull Global Rallycross’ season-ending doubleheader at the Port of Los Angeles, it seemed like there was a season-defining (if not at least weekend-defining) move made in every on-track session. But anyone who has been following the series from day one knows […]
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  • Red Bull GRC Move of the Race: Seattle

    September 20, 2016
    It’s been nearly two years since Joni Wiman shocked the Red Bull Global Rallycross establishment to win a Supercar championship as a rookie with Olsbergs MSE. Since then, he’s seen plenty of ups and downs in his career: missing the first final of 2015, ending last year with his first main event victory, and switching […]
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  • Red Bull GRC Move of the Race: Atlantic City

    August 30, 2016
    You usually don’t get to the front of the pack in a Red Bull Global Rallycross event without being aggressive. Whether it’s a flying setup in qualifying to take the pole, or a desperate move in the main event to pass cars, it’s extremely rare to see a conservative driver stand on the podium at […]
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  • Red Bull GRC Move of the Race: Washington DC

    August 1, 2016
    It may have been Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross teammate Scott Speed who took the win and the glory this weekend at Red Bull Global Rallycross Washington DC, but it was Tanner Foust who made the move the fans will be talking about at RFK Stadium. After a tooth-and-nail fight for third place with Brian Deegan all […]
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  • Red Bull GRC Move of the Race: MCAS New River (Saturday)

    July 5, 2016
    For the second time in three weeks, Red Bull Global Rallycross teams strapped on their BFGoodrich rain tires at Marine Corps Air Station New River after heavy rain fell before Saturday’s 10-lap Supercar final. As with the first wet final of the year in Daytona, the slippery pavement and muddy dirt section combined to completely […]
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  • Red Bull GRC Move of the Race: Daytona

    June 21, 2016
    In racing, champions are born in adverse conditions, from poor starting positions to heated battles with fierce rivals to wet and messy track conditions. The third example was the case for Saturday’s GRC Lites final at Daytona International Speedway, as thunderstorms through the afternoon soaked the course and pushed the main event back from the […]
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  • Red Bull GRC Move of the Race: Dallas

    June 6, 2016
    Things didn’t look too optimistic for Bryan Herta Rallysport driver Patrik Sandell as he entered the Supercar final in Saturday’s Red Bull Global Rallycross Dallas. After all, most Red Bull GRC events aren’t won from the middle of the second row—they’re usually taken by somebody who has to drive through minimal (if any) traffic on […]
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  • Red Bull GRC Move of the Race: Phoenix

    May 24, 2016
    A three-way battle for the GRC Lites victory at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park on Sunday ended with DirtFish Motorsports driver Conner Martell taking the victory over Dreyer & Reinbold Racing’s Cabot Bigham and Olsbergs MSE X Forces’ Miki Weckstrom. It was smooth, savvy driving—and a well-timed Joker Lap—that made the difference for the Vermont […]
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