British RallyCross Grand Prix
|British RallyCross Grand Prix|
|Number of times held||9|
|Most wins (drivers)||Josh Mertz (4)|
|Most wins (constructors)||Subaru MRT (4)|
|Last Race (2015A)|
|First|| Josh Mertz|
Red Bull Subaru MRT
|Second|| Tanner Smith|
|Third|| Dylan Livengood|
The British RallyCross Grand Prix was a race for the NASA RallyCross Challenge. Croft was unique for being the season opening race and having a specific, four lap format for every race. It was removed in 2015B.
The Format for Croft is unique. All races (Heats, LCQ, Final) are four laps, and the drivers must negotiate four different paths on the track:
- The regular RallyCross course
- The "gymkhana" course, includes dirt jump.
- The off road course
- The pit lane. Drivers must drive around the dirt jump and stop in their stalls, making a four tire pit stop.
|2012A||Elliot Porterfield||Revolution Racing|
|2012C||Josh Mertz||Citroën WRXT|
|2013A||David Krikorian||Revolution Junior|
|2013B||Tanner Smith||ATN Autosport|
|2013C||Dylan Livengood||Revolution Racing|
|2014A||Chris Wetz||Revolution Racing|
|2014B||Josh Mertz||Red Bull Subaru MRT|
|2015A||Josh Mertz||Red Bull Subaru MRT|