2013B NASA RallyCross Challenge Season

2013B NASA RallyCross season
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NASA RallyCross Challenge
Season
Races 8
Start date 28 July 2013
End date 15 September 2013
Awards
Drivers' champion Ca.png Dylan Livengood
Constructors' Champion Us.png Revolution Racing
Privateers' Champion Us.png Caleb Paul
No Fear Racing
Manufacturers' Cup De.png Volkswagen
Nations' Cup Us.png United States
Tires' Cup It.png Pirelli
Chronology
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2013A 2013C

The 2013B NASA RallyCross Challenge Season was the fifth season for the NASA RallyCross Challenge. After the long hiatus due to lack of entries, Dylan Livengood, Revolution Racing, and Mitsubishi return as the defending Drivers, Constructors, and Manufacturers Champions. The season ended after 6 races, due to lack of entries in the seventh round at the Proving Grounds.

2013B Schedule

Round Circuit Location
1 Croft RallyCross Gb.png Croft, GBR
2 Valkenwaard RallyCross Nl.png Valkenwaard, NED
3 Charlotte RallyCross Us.png Charlotte, NC, USA
4 St. Eustache RallyCross Ca.png St. Eustache, CAN
5 Negus RallyCross Us.png Canon City, CO, USA
6 Bent Twig RallyCross Ca.png Vancouver, CAN

Schedule Changes

  • After noise complaints and poor infrastructure, the Gifhorn event was removed after two seasons. Bent Twig was put in its place.
  • NASA held a vote as to which Proving Grounds track would remain on the schedule, and North was removed.
  • In light of the North Proving Grounds being removed, the Talladega SuperSpeedway was granted a slot on the calendar.

2013B Drivers and Teams

Entry List

NASA RallyCross Car entries eligible to score constructor points
Manufacturer Constructor Tyre Individual Team No. Driver Rds.
Citroën
(Citroën C4 WRC)
At.png Citroën Red Bull World RallyCross Team B MRT Red Bull RallyCross Team 81 De.png Josh Mertz 1-5
HWR Red Bull RallyCross Team 82 De.png Cody Erdmann 1-2, 4-5
7KR Red Bull RallyCross Team Us.png Austin Hakes 3
At.png Citroën Junior World RallyCross Team B 7KR Red Bull RallyCross Team 21 Us.png Austin Hakes 4
HWR Red Bull RallyCross Team De.png Cody Erdmann 3
SWR Red Bull RallyCross Team 95 Us.png Sean Whitehill 3-5
Ford
(Ford Focus WRC)
Us.png Mangled Lemons Racing M Mangled Metal Motorsports 15 Us.png Keith Sherman 1, 3-6
Speeding Lemons Racing 35 Us.png Nick Kahrs All
Mitsubishi
(Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX)
Us.png Revolution Racing H Rockstar Energy Revolution Racing 1 Ca.png Dylan Livengood All
K1 Revolution Racing 2 Us.png Chris Wetz All
Us.png Team Webler powered by Mitsubishi M Sweet Baby Rays RallyCross 49 Ca.png Eric Webler All
Pepsi RallyCross 50 Us.png Casey Lester 1-4, 6
Subaru
(Subaru Impreza WRX STi)
Us.png Carolina Motorsports A Class BF Holiday Inn Racing 22 Us.png Dunn LaPradd 1, 3-4
Us.png Matt Kemp 2
Best Buy Racing 75 Us.png Luke Fleming 1-5
Us.png Carolina Motorsports B Class BF Team Razer Enterprises 29 Us.png Jacob Krause 1-3
Team Aaron's 47 Us.png Dunn LaPradd 2
Volkswagen
(Volkswagen Polo R WRC)
Us.png Red Bull Volkswagen World Rally Team P Lambert WRT 5 Us.png Brandon Lambert All
Smith WRT 13 No.png Tanner Smith 5-6
NASA RallyCross Car entries eligible to score privateer points
Ford
(Ford Focus WRC)
Us.png REvolution Motorsports BF BFGoodrich RallyCross 21 Us.png Austin Hakes 2
Us.png Great Lakes Motorsports M Team Klondike 27 Nl.png Tristan Hagenstein All
Us.png Case Brinksma Racing M Case Brinksma Racing 39 Us.png Case Brinksma 1
Us.png Espy Racing M Espy Racing 40 Us.png William Espy 2
Us.png Aaron Johnson Racing M Monster Energy Motorsports 43 Us.png Aaron Johnson 1-3
Subaru
(Subaru Impreza)
Us.png DeNise Racing M Royal Purple RallyCross 10 Us.png William Espy 4
Us.png Alpinestars Racing P Alpinestars RallyCross 72 Us.png Tim Smith 3
Us.png ATN Autosport P ATN Autosport 08 Us.png Adam Simons 2-3, 5-6
NOS Energy Rally 13 No.png Tanner Smith 1-4
Us.png No Fear Racing BF No Fear Racing 7 Us.png Caleb Paul 1, 3, 5-6
Us.png JM Enterprises P JM Enterprises 90 Us.png Mason Welborn 1
Us.png Sobe No Fear Rally BF Sobe No Fear Rally 199 Us.png Daniel Bellamy 1-3, 5

Team and Driver Changes

  • Cody Erdmann switches to #82.
  • Citroën Junior dropped Dylan Smith AND Xander Clements after Cheatgate, and did not enter the first two rounds of the championship.
  • Citroën NnN Racing collapsed when Nick DiPalmo left. Nick Kahrs has formed a new team with Keith Sherman.
  • The MONSTER WRT stated that "due to the current cirumstances, we do not wish to take part in the NASA RallyCross Challenge" with their driver Andrew Fessler.
  • Revolution Junior was shuttered and the resources put into the works team.
  • Schwartz Motorsports, Prestige WorldWide, TP Enterprises, Howe Autoport, and Smokey RallyCross dissolved when their respective owners left due to Cheatgate.
  • Due to Schwartz leaving, Daniel Bellamy has formed his own privateer effort.
  • Tristan Hagenstein has purchased his team back from the former owners.
  • Luke Fleming inks a contract with Subaru to get four works cars, much like Josh Mertz did with MRT in 2012B. There will be two Carolina Motorsports teams. A Class, which is the works team, and B Class, which is the semi-works team. Fleming and Dunn LaPradd will drive for A Class, while Jacob Krause and Corbin Wentz will drive for B Class.
  • Keith Sherman and Nick Kahrs form a new team, with semi-works support from Ford.
  • Eric Webler purchases his assets back from Schwartz to become a semi-works team.
  • Brandon Lambert will lead the WRC leading Volkswagen Polo into the NASA RallyCross Challenge.
  • ATN AutoSport returns, this time fielding Tanner Smith.
  • Austin Hakes was signed by Citroën after his impressive showing in Valkenswaard.
  • Dunn LaPradd and Matt Kemp also rotated in the #22 for Valkenswaard.
  • Austin Hakes and Cody Erdmann rotate in the #82 when Erdmann has previous commitments at the Slinger Speedway. Citroën enters him in the #21 when he cannot race.
  • Sean Whitehill is picked up by the Citroën Junior Squad before Charlotte.
  • Tanner Smith signed with the VW WRT after Canada, with VW announcing plans to compete for the works championship in 2013C.
  • After Negus, Citroën withdrew all four entries to reevaluate their RallyCross programme.

Events

Results

Rd. Race Heat 1 Heat 2 Heat 3 Heat 4 LCQ Winning Driver Winning Team Winning Manu
1 Gb.png Croft No.png Tanner Smith Us.png Daniel Bellamy Us.png Aaron Johnson De.png Josh Mertz Us.png Mason Welborn No.png Tanner Smith Us.png ATN AutoSport Jp.png Subaru
2 Nl.png Valkenswaard Us.png Brandon Lambert De.png Josh Mertz Ca.png Dylan Livengood N/A Us.png Daniel Bellamy Ca.png Dylan Livengood Us.png Revolution Racing Jp.png Mitsubishi
3 Us.png Charlotte No.png Tanner Smith Us.png Austin Hakes Ca.png Dylan Livengood Us.png Dunn LaPradd Us.png Caleb Paul Ca.png Dylan Livengood Us.png Revolution Racing Jp.png Mitsubishi
4 Ca.png St. Eustache De.png Cody Erdmann Nl.png Tristan Hagenstein De.png Josh Mertz N/A Ca.png Dylan Livengood De.png Cody Erdmann At.png Citroën WRXT Fr.png Citroën
5 Us.png Negus De.png Josh Mertz Us.png Brandon Lambert Us.png Caleb Paul N/A Ca.png Dylan Livengood Us.png Brandon Lambert Us.png Red Bull Volkswagen WRT De.png Volkswagen
6 Ca.png Bent Twig Us.png Caleb Paul Us.png Chris Wetz N/A N/A Us.png Keith Sherman No.png Tanner Smith Us.png Red Bull Volkswagen WRT De.png Volkswagen

Race Summaries

Round One - Round of Croft

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
1 Gb.png Round of Croft 1 13 No.png Tanner Smith Us.png ATN AutoSport Jp.png Subaru
2 81 De.png Josh Mertz At.png Citroën Red Bull World RallyCross Team Fr.png Citroën
3 75 Us.png Luke Fleming Us.png Carolina Motorsports A Class Jp.png Subaru
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Turn One at Croft in the final

The first round of the NASA RallyCross Challenge took place, as the four seasons before it, on the Croft Circuit in England. 10 cars competed in the final race. On pole was newcomer Tanner Smith, for ATN AutoSport. On the run down to the first corner, he was alongside Josh Mertz and Mertz had the edge into T1 - until he cut across Smith's nose prematurely and sent himself into the sandtrap. The race was the typical Croft event, a clean, frantic race filled with strategy. Smith held the lead, as Mertz rallied back from 10th (and last) place to get within a carlength of winning the event, thanks to Smith nearly crashing in the Gymkhana section of the course. Smith became the third driver to win in his first start, joining the likes of Elliot Porterfield and David Krikorian. The curse that affected Mertz since 2012A was over, as he finally repeated his second place finish from 2012A. Rounding out the podium was another newcomer, Luke Fleming, with his new Works team, Carolina Motorsports A Class. Defending champion Dylan Livengood had an engine failure on lap two exiting the pitlane, while his teammate Chris Wetz crashed from the transfer spot in the LCQ. Mertz's teammate Cody Erdmann was competing at Slinger Speedway in Wisconsin, which left Mertz in the lone Citroën for the event.

Round Two - Round of Valkenswaard

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
2 Nl.png Round of Valkenswaard 1 51 Ca.png Dylan Livengood Us.png Revolution Racing Jp.png Mitsubishi
2 81 De.png Josh Mertz At.png Citroën Red Bull World RallyCross Team Fr.png Citroën
3 5 Us.png Brandon Lambert Us.png Red Bull Volkswagen World Rally Team De.png Volkswagen
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Turn One at Valkenswaard in the final

Round Two of the championship took place in the Netherlands at Valkenswaard. The circuit, vastly different from Croft, however the featured the same beating and banging as in Croft. Coming into the event, Privateer Tanner Smith had upset the paddock by defeating the goliaths of the Citroën and Revolution teams. However, it was a vastly different story in Valkenswaard. Smith found himself on the outside looking in for the final in the Netherlands, while all three Drivers' champions won their respective heats. Going into turn one, Josh Mertz had the edge - but for the second week in a row was sent into the wall, this time by Chris Wetz. Several cars spun, but there was no restart and everyone kept racing. In the eight lap race, the drivers had to take the shortcut twice - and this wreaked havoc. Most, if not all, of the drivers were involved in incidents when the leading car slowed and caught the trailing car off guard, plowing into the leading car and spinning them out. Mertz took this to his advantage as Cody Erdmann crashed into Brandon Lambert and moved Mertz up a spot. There was a bit of tension between the Citroën drivers, as team principal Artus Davignon had told Erdmann to hold position and not challenge Mertz - but that changed when Lambert and Erdmann tangled again. In the midst of this action, it allowed Livengood to pull away unchallenged, except where Mertz found himself within a half a second of the double defending champion until he had snap oversteer and veered off track. This was all the buffer Livengood needed to win his second career race and the first of the season. Mertz ended up spinning out of the final corner and driving in reverse across the finish line, beating Lambert by a bumper. This was the first time all 3 Drivers' Champions were on the podium at once.


Round Three - Round of Charlotte

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
3 Us.png Round of Charlotte 1 51 Ca.png Dylan Livengood Us.png Revolution Racing Jp.png Mitsubishi
2 5 Us.png Brandon Lambert Us.png Red Bull Volkswagen World Rally Team De.png Volkswagen
3 13 No.png Tanner Smith Us.png ATN Autosport Jp.png Subaru
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The final restart wreck in Turn 1 at Charlotte in the final

The first domestic round of the championship took place in Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Charlotte RallyCross circuit. 17 cars attempted to race, with an additional 5 cars unable to make the event. This in turn created the largest entry list at a NASA RallyCross event, of 22 cars. The first heat was a brawl between Josh Mertz and Tanner Smith, with Smith edging the 2012B champion after he drove into the chicane walls on the front straight. The other 3 heats were clean, along with the LCQ. In the LCQ, Semi-works driver Nick Kahrs shocked the paddock by squeaking into the final behind Caleb Paul. The first disqualification of the season went to Jacob Krause, after he repeatedly drove and responded to race control aggresively after they questioned him about his driving. He would finish 17th, the only car without points. The final took the max of three restarts, as each time a car would be sent flipping into turn one. On the final restart, Tanner Smith got the jump - not before Dylan Livengood was close behind. Austin Hakes, in his first race for the works Citroën squad, wadded the field up in the first chicane, causing Caleb Paul to flip and be out on the spot, and causing his championship leading teammate Josh Mertz to be flipped on his side. All cars, aside from Paul, would continue. Halfway into the first lap, contact between Aaron Johnson and Mertz caused Johnson to be out of the race, finishing 8th. Livengood and Smith traded the lead through the 8 lap race, with Lambert close behind. Mertz, for the third consecutive week, was playing catchup to the field, and looked to be in contention for a victory - until contact with Brandon Lambert in the water in turn one broke a component in the engine, leaving Mertz standed in 7th place. Austin Hakes led at the finish on the road - but by the rules, was thrown to the back as he caused what would have caused a red flag on the final restart. Inheriting the win and the points lead was Dylan Livengood, followed by Lambert, and Tanner Smith.

Round Four - Round of St. Eustache

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
4 Ca.png Round of St. Eustache 1 82 De.png Cody Erdmann At.png Citroën Red Bull World RallyCross Team Fr.png Citroën
2 5 Us.png Brandon Lambert Us.png Red Bull Volkswagen World Rally Team De.png Volkswagen
3 13 No.png Tanner Smith Us.png ATN Autosport Jp.png Subaru

The fourth round of the championship marks the first trip north of the border for the NASA RallyCross Challenge for the 2013B season, the other being Bent Twig. The second smallest field of 13 took to the track in three heats. Winning heat one was Cody Erdmann, in his second race of the season. Second heat honours went to Dutch driver Tristan Hagenstein, a surprise win after he snatched it away from Austin Hakes. Heat Three convincingly went to Josh Mertz. The LCQ was a brawl with Dylan Livengood and Luke Fleming making it through as the remaining cars. It took 3 tries, but the final started with Livengood leading, followed by Mertz. Contact all over the track in the back sent Tanner Smith to the penalty box along with Livengood. Late in the race, Josh Mertz cut the course twice (once without knowing) and failed to visit the penalty box, and thus, for the fourth consecutive week, had something happen to him. For the second week in a row, a Citroën driver was penalized. He was dropped from second to eighth, missing out on the second ever Citroën one-two finish. (Interestingly enough, it was switched for the first one in 2012C, Mertz-Erdmann)

Round Five - Round of Negus

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
5 Us.png Round of Negus 1 5 Us.png Brandon Lambert Us.png Red Bull Volkswagen World Rally Team De.png Volkswagen
2 7 Us.png Caleb Paul Us.png No Fear Racing Jp.png Subaru
3 2 Us.png Chris Wetz Us.png Revolution Racing Jp.png Mitsubishi

Round Six - Round of Bent Twig

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
6 Ca.png Round of Bent Twig 1 13 No.png Tanner Smith Us.png Red Bull Volkswagen World Rally Team De.png Volkswagen
2 1 Us.png Dylan Livengood Us.png Revolution Racing Jp.png Mitsubishi
3 2 Us.png Chris Wetz Us.png Revolution Racing Jp.png Mitsubishi

Championship Standings

Championship leader table
Race Championship leader Lead
Gb.png Croft No.png Tanner Smith 3
Nl.png Valkenswaard De.png Josh Mertz 8
Us.png Charlotte Ca.png Dylan Livengood 3
Ca.png St. Eustache 6
Us.png Negus Us.png Brandon Lambert 1
Ca.png Bent Twig Ca.png Dylan Livengood 7

2013B Drivers' Championship

Points are awarded to the top 16 finishers.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th   16th   Heat Win 
Points 20 17 15 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1


Pos. Driver Team CRO
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1 Ca.png Dylan Livengood Rockstar Energy Revolution Racing 10 1 1 4 4 2 92
2 Us.png Brandon Lambert Lambert WRT 12 3 2 2 1 8 85
3 No.png Tanner Smith NOS Energy Rally 1 10 3 6 10 1 82
4 De.png Josh Mertz MRT Red Bull RallyCross Team 2 2 7 83 74 WD 66
5 Us.png Chris Wetz K1 Revolution Racing 18 8 DNS 3 3 3 55
6 Us.png Caleb Paul No Fear Racing 4 9 2 4 53
7 Nl.png Tristan Hagenstein Team Klondike 14 13 5 5 9 5 52
8 Us.png Luke Fleming Best Buy Racing 3 7 12 7 8 49
9 Us.png Daniel Bellamy Sobe No Fear Rally 6 6 11 6 40
10 Us.png Keith Sherman Mangled Metal Motorsports 9 DNS 13 DNS 6 6 36
11 De.png Cody Erdmann HWR Red Bull RallyCross Team DNS 4 DNS 1 DNS WD 36
12 Us.png Dunn LaPradd Holiday Inn Racing 5 DNS 4 DNS 30
13 Us.png Aaron Johnson MONSTER Energy Motorsports 7 9 8 28
14 Us.png Austin Hakes 7KR Red Bull RallyCross Team 5 102 9 WD 27
15 Us.png Nick Kahrs Speeding Lemon Racing 17 DNS 6 11 6 7 33
16 Us.png Eric Webler Sweet Baby Rays RallyCross 11 12 DNS 12 12 21
17 Us.png Adam Simons ATN AutoSport 14 DNS 14 9 14
18 Us.png Sean Whitehill SWR Red Bull RallyCross Team 14 13 13 WD 11
19 Us.png Mason Welborn KTM Rally 8 9
20 Us.png Matt Kemp Holiday Inn RallyCross 11 7
21 Us.png Doug DeNise Royal Purple RallyCross 10 7
22 Us.png Casey Lester Pepsi RallyCross 16 DNS 16 DNS 5
23 Us.png Case Brinksma Case Brinksma Racing 13 4
24 Us.png Jacob Krause Team Razer Enterprises 15 DNS DSQ1 3
25 Us.png Tim Smith Alpinestars RallyCross 15 2
Pos. Driver Team CRO
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Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Made Final, Points Finish
Red Made Final, Non-Points Finish
Blue Missed final, Points Finish
Purple Missed final, Non-Points Finish
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
Light blue Practiced only (PO)
White Did not start (DNS)
Blank Withdrew entry before the event (WD)
Suspended (SUS)

BOLD - Driver won their heat, they get an extra bonus point
Italics - Driver transferred through to the final via the LCQ

  • 1 Car #29 was driving and reacting to race control aggressively in the LCQ, and was disqualified as a result.
  • 2 Car #82 was moved from 1st to 10th after officials deemed he caused a pileup which would have resulted in a red flag on the final restart of the final.
  • 3 Car #81 was dropped from 2nd to 8th after he did not visit the penalty box after he was deemed to excessively cut the track.
  • 4 Car #81 was dropped from 7th to 8th after being accused of "driving aggresively" following an accident with Car #1 which left Car #81 turtled, unable to continue on the final lap.

2013B Manufacturers' Championship

Pos. Manufacturer CRO
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1 De.png Volkswagen 12 3 2 2 1 1 96*
2 Jp.png Mitsubishi 10 1 1 3 3 2 96
3 Jp.png Subaru 1 6 3 6 2 4 91
4 Fr.png Citroën 2 2 7 1 8 77
5 Us.png Ford 7 9 5 5 9 5 68
Pos. Manufacturer CRO
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  • VW wins on the tiebreaker due to more 2nd place finishes.

2013B Constructors' Championship

Pos. Constructor No. CRO
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NED
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CHA
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CAN
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Points
1 Us.png Revolution Racing 1 10 1 1 4 4 2 148
2 18 8 DNS 3 3 3
2 At.png Citroën Red Bull World RallyCross Team 81 2 2 7 8 8 WD 109
82 DNS 4 10 1 DNS WD
3 Us.png Red Bull Volkswagen World Rally Team 5 12 3 2 2 1 8 103
13 10 1
4 Us.png Carolina Motorsports A Class 22 5 DNS 4 DNS 95
75 3 7 12 7 7
5 Us.png Mangled Lemons Racing 15 9 13 DNS 6 6 69
35 17 DNS 6 11 11 7
6 Us.png Team Webler powered by Mitsubishi 49 11 12 DNS 12 12 26
50 16 DNS 16 DNS
7 At.png Citroën Junior World RallyCross Team 21 DNS 9 WD 19
95 14 13 13 WD
8 Us.png Carolina Motorsports B Class 29 15 DNS DSQ 5
47 DNS
Pos. Constructor No. CRO
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Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Made Final, Points Finish
Red Made Final, Non-Points Finish
Blue Missed final, Points Finish
Purple Missed final, Non-Points Finish
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
Light blue Practiced only (PO)
White Did not start (DNS)
Blank Withdrew entry before the event (WD)
Suspended (SUS)

BOLD - Driver won their heat, they get an extra bonus point
Italics - Driver transferred through to the final via the LCQ

2013B Privateers' Championship

Pos. Team No. CRO
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CAN
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Points
1 Us.png ATN Autosport 13 1 10 3 6 55*
2 Us.png No Fear Racing 7 4 9 2 4 53
3 Us.png Great Lakes Motorsports 27 14 13 5 5 9 5 52
3 Us.png Sobe No Fear Rally 199 6 6 11 6 40
4 Us.png Aaron Johnson Racing 43 7 9 8 28
6 Us.png ATN Autosport 08 14 14 9 14
7 Us.png REvolution Motorsports 21 5 12
8 Us.png MW Enterprises 90 8 9
9 Us.png DeNise Racing 10 10 9
10 Us.png Case Brinksma Racing 39 13 4
11 Us.png Tim Smith RallyCross 72 15 2
Pos. Team No. CRO
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Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Made Final, Points Finish
Red Made Final, Non-Points Finish
Blue Missed final, Points Finish
Purple Missed final, Non-Points Finish
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
Light blue Practiced only (PO)
White Did not start (DNS)
Blank Withdrew entry before the event (WD)
Suspended (SUS)

BOLD - Driver won their heat, they get an extra bonus point
Italics - Driver transferred through to the final via the LCQ

  • Tanner Smith and the ATN AutoSport team forfeited their Privateers' effort after Smith was hired by the VW WRT.

2013B Nations Cup

Pos. Nation CRO
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1 Us.png United States 3 3 2 2 1 3 102
2 Ca.png Canada 10 1 1 4 4 2 92
4 No.png Norway 1 10 3 6 10 1 82
4 De.png Germany 2 2 7 1 8 77
5 Nl.png Netherlands 14 13 5 5 9 5 52
Pos. Nation CRO
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