2014A NASA RallyCross Challenge Season

2014A NASA RallyCross season
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NASA RallyCross Challenge
Season
Races 10
Start date April 27, 2014
End date August 3, 2014
Awards
Drivers' champion 22px Dylan Livengood
Constructors' Champion 22px Revolution Racing
Privateers' Champion 22px Brandon Nicholson
Revolution Junior
Manufacturers' Cup 22px Mitsubishi
Nations' Cup 22px United States
Tires' Cup 22px Hoosier
Endurance Cup 22px Dylan Livengood
Chronology
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2013C 2014B

The 2014A NASA RallyCross Challenge Season was the seventh season of the NASA RallyCross Challenge. Josh Mertz and Red Bull Subaru MRT returned as the defending Drivers' and Constructors' Champions, but were not able to defend their titles after a disappointing season. Dylan Livengood came out on top over Revolution Racing teammate Chris Wetz for the title by two points.

Background

The seventh NASA RallyCross Challenge season will see a slew of changes.

  • The Works and Semi-Works will combine to become one single Constructors' Championship, following the lack of entries in the 2013C Semi-Works championship.
  • The official NASA RallyCross rulebook has been rewritten.
  • Red Bull Subaru MRT inherits numbers 1 and 2 for 2014A.
  • Revolution Racing, the Quadruple Constructors' Champions, will revert to 51 and 71.
  • Mangled Lemons Racing returns with Keith Sherman and Nick Kahrs, for their second campaign as a Constructor team.
  • Volkswagen reshuffles their team, with Brandon Lambert hiring Dylan Smith. They will drive cars 21 and 22.

2014A Schedule

Round Circuit Location
NC Irwindale All-Star 22px Irwindale, CA, USA
1 Croft RallyCross 22px Croft, GBR
2 Valkenwaard RallyCross 22px Valkenwaard, NED
3 Guadarrama 22px Sierra de Guadarrama, ESP
4 St. Eustache 22px St. Eustache, CAN
5 Island Rally 22px Long Island, NY, USA
6 Talladega 22px Talladega, AL, USA
7 Negus 22px Canon City, CO, USA
8 Riverside Rally 22px Riverside, CA, USA
9 Irwindale RallyCross I 22px Irwindale, CA, USA
10 Irwindale RallyCross II 22px Irwindale, CA, USA

Schedule Changes

  • Charlotte is dropped due to complaints from the teams that the start caused unneeded expenses, which they could not afford.
  • Bent Twig is dropped due to issues with the circuit construction.
  • The Royal Purple Endurance Cup expands to three races, with the first ever Spanish round of the championship being added.
  • Munich becomes a points round, and marks Germany's return to the calendar for the first time since 2013A.
  • The schedule is reshuffled, which sees all 5 international rounds at the beginning of the championship to cut down on logistics costs.
  • Munich was later cancelled due to the track not being constructed in time.
  • Irwindale became a double header at the end of the season.

2014A Drivers and Teams

Entry List

NASA RallyCross Car entries eligible to score constructor points
Manufacturer Constructor Tire Individual Team No. Driver Rounds
Subaru
(Subaru Impreza WRX STi)
22px Red Bull Subaru MRT Template:Bridgestone MRT Red Bull RallyCross Team 1 22px Josh Mertz 1-4, 6, 8
GLM Red Bull RallyCross Team 2 22px Tristan Hagenstein 1, 3-4, 6
CER Red Bull RallyCross Team 22px Cody Erdmann 2, 5, 7-10
CRM Red Bull RallyCross Team 3 22px Luke Fleming 5
GLM Red Bull RallyCross Team 22px Tristan Hagenstein 7-10
22px Subaru MRT Junior Template:Bridgestone CRM Best Buy RallyCross Team 83 22px Luke Fleming 1-4
ATN Jimmy John's RallyCross Team 84 22px Adam Simons 1, 3
GLM Klondike RallyCross Team 22px Tristan Hagenstein 2, 5
Ford
(Ford Focus WRC)
22px Mangled Lemons Racing Template:BF Goodrich Solstice Racing 7 22px Caleb Paul 2
Template:Michelin Purple Power 15 22px Keith Sherman 1, 3, 5, 7, 9-10
Lemon Power 35 22px Nick Kahrs 1-7, 9-10
Mitsubishi
(Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX)
22px Revolution Racing Template:Hoosier Rockstar Energy Revolution Racing 51 22px Dylan Livengood All
K1 Revolution Racing 71 22px Chris Wetz All
Volkswagen
(Volkswagen Polo R WRC)
22px LMT Red Bull-Repsol Volkswagen Template:Pirelli LMT Team Red Bull 21 22px Brandon Lambert 1-8
LMT Team Repsol 22 22px Dylan Smith 1-4
NASA RallyCross Car entries eligible to score privateer points
Mitsubishi
(Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI)
22px Lester Racing Template:Michelin Lester Racing 50 22px Casey Lester 1-4, 6-7-8
22px Revolution Junior Template:Yokohama Rockstar Energy Revolution Junior 37 22px Brandon Nicholson All
22px Tanner Smith Racing Template:Toyo Toyo RallyCross 13 22px Tanner Smith 5-10
Subaru
(Subaru Impreza WRX STi)
22px ATN Autosport Template:Bridgestone Subaru Racing 08 22px Adam Simons 2
22px Tony Kurdziel 3
22px BIG EVIL Racing Template:BF Goodrich Boost Mobile Racing 52 22px Steve Rada 1
Boost Mobile Racing 99 22px Jeffrey Stanton 3
Boost Mobile Racing 199 22px Steve Rada 3
22px DeNise Racing Template:Michelin DeNise Racing 10 22px Doug DeNise 2-3, 5-6
22px Solstice Racing Template:BF Goodrich Solstice Racing 7 22px Caleb Paul 3
Solstice Racing 77 22px Ryan Williams 3
22px The Mayor Template:Michelin The Mayor 44 22px The Mayor 4-5
Volkswagen
(Volkswagen Polo R WRC)
22px LMT Red Bull Volkswagen Junior Template:Pirelli LMT Team Red Bull Junior 23 22px Matt Emerson 3, 7

Team and Driver Changes

  • Josh Mertz confirmed on 12 December 2013 that the partnership between Citroën and MRT would cease after the 2013C Season. It was later announced Subaru would return as the manufacturer, after four seasons under the Citroën banner.
  • Brandon Lambert confirmed on 6 January 2013 that MONSTER Energy would be leaving the VW World Rally Team. Also, Tanner Smith was dropped from the team for failure to arrive to race events and MONSTER Energy dropped their sponsorship of the team.
  • Mangled Lemons Racing confirmed a long term deal with Ford to be their Works partner.
  • Tristan Hagenstein was hired by MRT after Great Lakes Motorsports ceased operations.
  • Dylan Smith was signed to Volkswagen mid season in 2013C, and as a result left MRT Junior.
  • Corbin Wentz was signed to the new Volkswagen Junior team in Bent Twig.
  • Cody Erdmann was unable to commit to the full season, so as a result, Adam Simons was resigned to MRT Junior and will drive for them when Tristan Hagenstein is driving in place of Erdmann.
  • Brandon Nicholson was signed to a one race contract for the All-Star for Revolution Junior, which was subsequently upped to a full season contract.
  • Solstice Racing will expand to two cars for select races.
  • Luke Fleming will drive Car #1, renumbered as #3, for Island Rally in place of Josh Mertz who was suspended following a verbal altercation in race control after St. Eustache.

Events

Pre-season and All-Star

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
NC 22px The All-Star 1 21 22px Brandon Lambert 22px LMT Red Bull-Repsol Volkswagen 22px Volkswagen
2 1 22px Josh Mertz 22px Red Bull Subaru MRT 22px Subaru
3 51 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi

The seventh season of the NASA RallyCross Challenge started with a bang with the first ever All Star race in Irwindale. Eight cars arrived to compete, which were split into two heats of four. Double defending Champion Josh Mertz took the first heat convincingly, while Brandon Lambert blasted away and won the second heat uncontested. In the LCQ, MRT teammates Cody Erdmann and Tristan Hagenstein battled for the final front row spot, with Hagenstein prevailing after Erdmann hit the barriers in the joker. After three restart attempts, the final got underway. Chris Wetz and Cody Erdmann tangled, along with Josh Mertz and Brandon Lambert, however everyone kept going without an issue. Trough the calamity and chaos, Brandon Lambert took the victory ahead of Josh Mertz, as Dylan Livengood rounded out the podium in third.

Round One - Croft

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
1 22px British RallyCross Grand Prix 1 71 22px Chris Wetz 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi
2 83 22px Luke Fleming 22px Subaru MRT Junior 22px Subaru
3 2 22px Tristan Hagenstein 22px Red Bull Subaru MRT 22px Subaru

After a few weeks off, the NASA RallyCross contingent descended on Croft for the seventh British RallyCross Grand Prix. Winners of the heats were Wetz, Lambert, and Mertz, the latter with ongoing transmission issues troubling him aboard car #1. On the first attempt at a race start, Josh Mertz got the lead - but everyone else tangled behind him, instigated between the Mangled Lemons Racing teammates. On the second attempt at a race restart, Lambert got the holeshot - but behind him, Mertz got tagged and flipped by Chris Wetz. Luckily for the #1, a red flag was called shortly there after due to track blocking incidents in the gymkhana section and the off road section. The third and final attempt at a race restart went smoothly, with Lambert leading into turn one. However, that was short lived for the 2012A champion, as he threw it off the road, giving the lead to Mertz. The #1 led the brigade into the pit lane, which included the VW's and Simons in the Junior Subaru. Livengood led on the road, allowing the clean air to work with his Mitsubishi Lancer. His race, unfortunately, went for naught when he crashed into the chicane tire barrier. On the other side of the circuit, Mertz's Subaru developed a transmission issue which would take him out of the lead once he rounded the circuit, as Livengood had taken to the pitlane. While fumbling in the cockpit to fix the shifter, Mertz did not prepare correctly to jump into the gymkhana section and flipped, which blocked the course. Behind him, the VW cars also tangled. Meanwhile, Wetz snuck into the race lead and battled with Luke Fleming for the race victory, with Wetz coming out on top and Fleming in second. Hagenstein, on his debut points race for MRT, finished 3rd. Rounding out the top 5 was Livengood and Mertz, followed by Lambert, Smith, and Simons the remaining Final order.

Round Two - Valkenswaard

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
2 22px Dutch RallyCross Grand Prix 1 21 22px Brandon Lambert 22px LMT Red Bull-Repsol Volkswagen 22px Volkswagen
2 2 22px Cody Erdmann 22px Red Bull Subaru MRT 22px Subaru
3 7 22px Caleb Paul 22px Mangled Lemons Racing 22px Subaru

The biggest story of the Dutch RallyCross Grand Prix was that for the first time ever, the defending champion did not make the final. The Subaru MRT mechanics performed a late switch of transmissions on Car #1, which resulted in the Double Defending champion having little practice to get used to his new sequential shifting instead of the traditional H pattern which was used. This was the first time Mertz missed the final since 2012B Charlotte, and allowed teammates Cody Erdmann, Tristan Hagenstein, and Luke Fleming to deliver a strong result for the team. On the start, Erdmann shoved Livengood into the tire barrier, which resulted in Car #51's race being run on the spot. Later on in the lap, Chris Wetz flipped, leaving Revolution Racing feeling Déjà vu (like 2013C Riverside) with both cars finishing 7th and 8th. Amidst the chaos, Brandon Lambert snuck through on Erdmann and took the victory, followed by Caleb Paul in a one off drive for Mangled Lemons in third, followed by Fleming, Hagenstein, and one off driver DeNise. As stated earlier, the Revolution Mitsubishi's rounded out the final order, with Wetz in seventh and Livengood in eighth.

Round Three - Spain

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
3 22px Spanish RallyCross Grand Prix 1 7 22px Caleb Paul 22px Solstice Racing 22px Subaru
2 22 22px Dylan Smith 22px LMT Red Bull-Repsol Volkswagen 22px Volkswagen
3 21 22px Brandon Lambert 22px LMT Red Bull-Repsol Volkswagen 22px Volkswagen

The third round of the championship, and the first round of the Royal Purple Endurance Cup had the largest field of the 2014A season and required a restart and an aborted start before it got going. On the front row was Brandon Lambert in his VW, the twin private Subarus of Ryan Williams and Caleb Paul, the Revolution Mitsubishi of Dylan Livengood, and the MRT Subaru of Double defending champion Josh Mertz. On the first lap, Williams tangled with Livengood that sent them both flipping off the track. Later on, Lambert and Mertz tangled, allowing Caleb Paul and Dylan Smith to pull away. Lambert was able to get by Mertz after Matt Emerson, in the Junior VW, turned Mertz on the front straight. Ryan Williams then retaliated against Livengood and was subsequently disqualified. Paul was unchallenged as he went on to win, followed by Smith and Lambert on the podium. The rest of the final order was Emerson, Mertz, Simons, Wetz, Fleming, Livengood, and the disqualified Williams in 10th.

Round Four - St. Eustache

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
4 22px Canadian RallyCross Grand Prix 1 51 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi
2 71 22px Chris Wetz 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi
3 1 22px Josh Mertz 22px Red Bull Subaru MRT 22px Subaru

The fourth round of the championship kicked off with Mertz, Lambert, Livengood, and Hagenstein on the front row. Livengood, Lambert, and Mertz quickly pulled out to a lead, after which Lambert was turned by Mertz on the second lap. This then resulted in Livengood and Mertz battling for the lead for the rest of the race, with neither driver giving or taking an inch. Behind them, contact ensued with Hagenstein and Lambert, however no penalty was assessed. Mertz won on the road, followed by Livengood and Wetz rounding out the podium. However, the incident with Lambert was reviewed, and Mertz was pushed back to third. This elevated Revolution Racing to their first 1-2 finish, and for the first time ever, a non MRT car winning in Canada. The rest of the order behind the podium was Lambert, Hagenstein, Fleming, Kahrs, and Dylan Smith.

Round Five - Island Rally

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
5 22px Long Island RallyCross Grand Prix 1 13 22px Tanner Smith 22px Tanner Smith Racing 22px Mitsubishi
2 21 22px Brandon Lambert 22px LMT Red Bull-Repsol Volkswagen 22px Volkswagen
3 71 22px Chris Wetz 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi


Round Six - Talladega

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
6 22px Talladega RallyCross Grand Prix 1 13 22px Tanner Smith 22px Tanner Smith Racing 22px Mitsubishi
2 71 22px Chris Wetz 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi
3 2 22px Tristan Hagenstein 22px Red Bull Subaru MRT 22px Subaru

Round Seven - Negus

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
7 22px Negus RallyCross Grand Prix 1 51 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi
2 2 22px Cody Erdmann 22px Red Bull Subaru MRT 22px Subaru
3 3 22px Tristan Hagenstein 22px Red Bull Subaru MRT 22px Subaru


Round Eight - Riverside

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
8 22px Riverside RallyCross Grand Prix 1 51 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi
2 3 22px Tristan Hagenstein 22px Red Bull Subaru MRT 22px Subaru
3 71 22px Chris Wetz 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi

Round Nine - Irwindale I

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
9 22px Irwindale RallyCross Grand Prix II 1 71 22px Chris Wetz 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi
2 51 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi
3 3 22px Tristan Hagenstein 22px Red Bull Subaru MRT 22px Subaru

Round Ten - Irwindale II

Round Race name Podium finishers
Pos. No. Driver Constructor Manufacturer
10 22px Irwindale RallyCross Grand Prix II 1 51 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi
2 71 22px Chris Wetz 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi
3 3 22px Tristan Hagenstein 22px Red Bull Subaru MRT 22px Subaru

Results

Rd. Race Heat 1 Heat 2 Heat 3 Heat 4 LCQ Winning Driver Winning Team Winning Manu Private Winner
NC 22px Irwindale 22px Josh Mertz 22px Brandon Lambert N/A N/A 22px Tristan Hagenstein 22px Brandon Lambert 22px LMT Red Bull-Repsol VW 22px Volkswagen 22px Casey Lester
1 22px Croft 22px Chris Wetz 22px Brandon Lambert 22px Josh Mertz N/A 22px Dylan Smith 22px Chris Wetz 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi 22px Casey Lester
2 22px Valkenswaard 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Chris Wetz 22px Caleb Paul N/A 22px Cody Erdmann 22px Brandon Lambert 22px LMT Red Bull-Repsol VW 22px Volkswagen 22px Doug DeNise
3 22px Guadarrama 22px Caleb Paul 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Ryan Williams 22px Josh Mertz 22px Matt Emerson 22px Caleb Paul 22px Solstice Racing 22px Subaru 22px Caleb Paul
4 22px St. Eustache 22px Josh Mertz 22px Brandon Lambert 22px Dylan Livengood N/A 22px Tristan Hagenstein 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi 22px The Mayor
5 22px Island Rally 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Brandon Lambert 22px Tristan Hagenstein N/A 22px Tanner Smith 22px Tanner Smith 22px Tanner Smith Racing 22px Mitsubishi 22px Tanner Smith
6 22px Talladega 22px Tanner Smith 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Josh Mertz N/A 22px Tristan Hagenstein 22px Tanner Smith 22px Tanner Smith Racing 22px Mitsubishi 22px Tanner Smith
7 22px Negus 22px Cody Erdmann 22px Tristan Hagenstein 22px Dylan Livengood N/A 22px Matt Emerson 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi 22px Tanner Smith
8 22px Riverside 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Tanner Smith N/A N/A 22px Tristan Hagenstein 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi 22px Tanner Smith
9 22px Irwindale I 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Chris Wetz N/A N/A 22px Tanner Smith 22px Chris Wetz 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi 22px Tanner Smith
10 22px Irwindale II 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Chris Wetz N/A N/A 22px Tanner Smith 22px Dylan Livengood 22px Revolution Racing 22px Mitsubishi 22px Tanner Smith

Championship Standings

Championship leader table
Race Championship leader Lead
22px Croft 22px Chris Wetz 4
22px Valkenswaard 22px Brandon Lambert
22px Chris Wetz
Tie
22px Guadarrama 22px Brandon Lambert 5
22px St. Eustache 2
22px Island Rally 5
22px Talladega 22px Chris Wetz 1
22px Negus 4
22px Riverside 22px Dylan Livengood 2
22px Irwindale I 22px Chris Wetz 1
22px Irwindale II 22px Dylan Livengood 2

2014A 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 Cup Team ASR
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CRO
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NED
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ESP
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CAN
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ISR
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TAL
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NEG
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RVR
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IRW1
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IRW2
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 Pts 
1 22px Dylan Livengood C Rockstar Energy Revolution Racing 3 4 8 9 1 5 5 1 1 2 1 160
2 22px Chris Wetz C K1 Revolution Racing 5 1 7 7 2 3 2 4 3 1 2 158
3 22px Tristan Hagenstein C GLM Red Bull RallyCross Team 8 3 5 14 5 6 3 3 2 3 3 132
4 22px Brandon Lambert C LMT Team Red Bull 1 6 1 3 4 2 6 DNS DNS 106
5 22px Tanner Smith P Toyo RallyCross 1 1 5 4 5 4 92
6 22px Nick Kahrs C Lemon Power 13 11 13 7 11 4 7 6 5 83
7 22px Cody Erdmann C CER Red Bull RallyCross Team 4 2 7 2 6 DNS DNS 74
8 22px Josh Mertz C MRT Red Bull RallyCross Team 2 5 10 5 33 SUS 84 WD DNS WD WD 68
9 22px Brandon Nicholson P Rockstar Energy Revolution Junior 7 11 12 16 11 12 9 9 DNS 7 7 67
10 22px Luke Fleming C CRM Best Buy RallyCross Team 2 4 8 6 4 64
15 22px Keith Sherman C Purple Power 10 10 8 6 4 6 58
12 22px Casey Lester P Pepsi Racing 6 9 13 15 10 10 10 5 47
13 22px Dylan Smith C LMT Team Repsol 7 14 2 8 39
14 22px Caleb Paul C Solstice Racing 3 37
P 1
15 22px Doug DeNise P DeNise Racing 6 11 10 9 34
16 22px Adam Simons C ATN Jimmy John's RallyCross Team 8 6 28
P ATN Autosport 9
17 22px Matt Emerson P LMT Team Red Bull Junior 4 8 22
18 22px The Mayor P The Mayor 9 9 8
19 22px Steve Rada P Boost Mobile Racing 12 DNS 5
20 22px Jeffrey Stanton P Boost Mobile Racing 12 5
21 22px Tony Kurdziel P ATN Autosport DSQ1 0
22 22px Ryan Williams P Solstice Racing DSQ2 0
Pos. Driver Cup Team ASR
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CRO
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NED
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ESP
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CAN
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ISR
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TAL
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NEG
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RVR
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IRW1
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IRW2
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 Pts 
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)
Icon Championship
C Constructors
P Privateers

BOLD - Heat Win (Extra bonus point)
Italics - LCQ transfer

1 Car #08 was disqualified after causing a large unintentional wreck in the LCQ.
2 Car #77 was disqualified after retaliating against Car #51 in the final, and failing to withdraw from the race when instructed to do so.
3 Car #1 won on the road, but due to contact with Car #21 was dropped two places in the final classification.
4 Car #1 was placed to the back in the final after intentionally wrecking Car #51.

2014A Manufacturers' Championship

Pos. Manufacturer ASR
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CRO
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NED
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ESP
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CAN
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ISR
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TAL
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NEG
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RVR
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IRW1
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IRW2
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 Pts 
1 22px Mitsubishi 3 1 7 7 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 170
2 22px Subaru 2 2 2 1 31 4 3 2 2 3 3 170
3 22px Volkswagen 1 6 1 2 4 2 6 DNS DNS 108
4 22px Ford 10 3 13 7 8 4 6 4 6 98
Pos. Manufacturer ASR
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CRO
22px
NED
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ESP
22px
CAN
22px
ISR
22px
TAL
22px
NEG
22px
RVR
22px
IRW1
22px
IRW2
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 Pts 

1 Car #1 won on the road, but was dropped to third in the final classification. Despite this, Car #1 retains first place points for the Constructors' Championship, and Car #51 received second place points.

2014A Constructors' Championship

Pos. Constructor No. ASR
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CRO
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NED
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ESP
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CAN
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ISR
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TAL
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NEG
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RVR
22px
IRW1
22px
IRW2
22px
 Pts 
1 22px Revolution Racing 51 3 4 8 9 11 5 5 1 1 2 1 312
71 5 1 7 7 21 3 2 4 3 1 2
2 22px Red Bull Subaru MRT 1 2 5 10 5 31 SUS 8 DNS2 260
2 4 3 2 14 5 7 3 2 6 DNS DNS
3 4 3 2 3 3
3 22px Mangled Lemons Racing 7 3 150
15 10 10 8 6 4 6
35 13 11 13 7 11 4 7 5 6
4 22px LMT Red Bull-Repsol Volkswagen 21 1 6 1 3 4 2 6 DNS DNS 145
22 7 14 2 8
5 22px Subaru MRT Junior 83 2 4 8 6 103
84 8 8 5 6 6
Pos. Constructor No. ASR
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CRO
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NED
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ESP
22px
CAN
22px
ISR
22px
TAL
22px
NEG
22px
RVR
22px
IRW1
22px
IRW2
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 Pts 
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)


1 Car #1 won on the road, but due to contact with Car #21 was demoted to third. Car #1 retains first place points as a result in the Manufacturers, Constructors, Nations, and Tires Championships, but Car #51 is credited with the win, along with Car #71 credited with second.
2 Car #1 withdrew during the Driver's Meeting, and thus was given points for eighth place. Those points are applied to the MRT Junior team due to MRT running Cars #2 and #3 for the race.

2014A Privateers' Cup

Pos. Driver Team ASR
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CRO
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NED
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ESP
22px
CAN
22px
ISR
22px
TAL
22px
NEG
22px
RVR
22px
IRW1
22px
IRW2
22px
 Pts 
1 22px Brandon Nicholson Revolution Junior 7 11 12 16 11 12 9 9 9 7 7 152
2 22px Tanner Smith Toyo RallyCross 1 1 5 4 5 4 123
3 22px Casey Lester Lester Racing 6 9 13 15 10 10 10 5 105
4 22px Doug DeNise DeNise Racing 6 11 10 7 67
5 22px The Mayor The Mayor 9 9 37
6 22px Matt Emerson LMT Red Bull Junior 4 8 32
7 22px Steve Rada Boost Mobile Racing 12 DNS 25
8 22px Caleb Paul Solstice Racing 1 21
9 22px Adam Simons ATN Autosport 9 17
10 22px Jeffrey Stanton Boost Mobile Racing 12 13
11 22px Tony Kurdziel ATN Autosport DSQ 0
12 22px Ryan Williams Solstice Racing DSQ 0
Pos. Driver Team ASR
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CRO
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NED
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ESP
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CAN
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ISR
22px
TAL
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NEG
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RVR
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IRW1
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IRW2
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 Pts