WORLD RALLY CROSS
The FIA World Rallycross, aka World RX, evolved from the FIA European Rallycross Championship (Euro RX). It was founded in the year 2014. The FIA organizes the series in collaboration with the series promoter Rallycross Promoter GmbH. (founded by Red Bull and KW25). From the start of the 2014 season to the end of the 2020 season, sanctioning was shared with IMG Motorsport.
RX1: The RX1 Supercars division uses 2.0 L turbocharged four-cylinder engines with a 45 mm (1.8 in) intake restrictor that produces around 570–600 horsepower (430–450 kW) and 620–680 lb-ft (840–920 Nm) of torque. They have launch control and two-liter turbo engines with 600 horsepower, allowing for the fastest acceleration of 0-60 mph (100 km/h) in 1.9 seconds (more than a Formula 1).
RX2e is the world's first electric rallycross championship. Two electric motors produce 167.5 horsepower (124.9 kW) and 255 Nm (188 lb-ft) of torque for a total of 335 hp (250 kW) and 510 Nm (380 lb-ft) of torque in the all-electric RX2e division. They're four-wheel-drive and weigh 1,290 kilograms (2,840 lb)
EuroRX3: RX3 is the European level's current 'feeder' series a comprehensive FIA European Championship that has served as a testing ground for several World Championship drivers. Front-wheel-drive vehicles with 1600cc engines are used in this category.