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    Led by 2016 Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg, the team is an evolution of Team Rosberg, founded in 1994 by Nico’s father and 1982 F1 World Champion, Keke Rosberg. RXR builds on the team’s success in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters (DTM) series as well as Nico Rosberg’s post-F1 career as an entrepreneur in the field of sustainable mobility.

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  • Media ID-3426

    Molly Taylor

    Molly Taylor grew up in a motorsport family and excelled in national rally competitions, winning the F16 class in the Australian Rally Championship in 2007 and 2008 before moving abroad to follow her dream of becoming a professional rally driver. Success in the UK secured her a scholarship to compete in the World Rally Championship Academy, where she took a maiden stage win in the category. In 2013, Molly’s success in the European Rally Championship elevated her to World Rally Rankings Number 1 International Female Rally Driver, before becoming the first female to achieve a podium position in Junior WRC history, finishing third in the 2014 Rally Finland. Returning to Australia in 2015, Molly finished second in the Australian Rally Championship before going one better with Subaru in 2016. Now an established name in national and international rallying, Molly lines up at RXR following years of experience and success in off-road competition.

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    Johan Kristoffersson

    Johan Kristoffersson is the reigning three-time World Rallycross champion. The son of racing driver-turned-team owner, Tommy Kristoffersson, Johan grew up surrounded by motorsport in his native Sweden. Johan’s motorsport career started in earnest with circuit racing; in 2012, he took part in a variety of series, including the Swedish Touring Car Championship, Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia and Italy’s Superstars Series, and went on to win the championship title in all three categories. Following his success on the track, Kristoffersson turned his attention to racing off-road in 2013 with a part-campaign in the FIA European Rallycross Championship, before picking up his first event win in the series in 2014 alongside a number of wildcard appearances in the FIA World Rallycross Championship. A full-time campaign beckoned in 2015, with Johan finishing the season third in the series, before going one better with second in 2016. Since 2017, he has been the dominant force in World RX, claiming three out of four Drivers’ titles.

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  • Media ID-3426

    Molly Taylor

    Molly Taylor grew up in a motorsport family and excelled in national rally competitions, winning the F16 class in the Australian Rally Championship in 2007 and 2008 before moving abroad to follow her dream of becoming a professional rally driver. Success in the UK secured her a scholarship to compete in the World Rally Championship Academy, where she took a maiden stage win in the category. In 2013, Molly’s success in the European Rally Championship elevated her to World Rally Rankings Number 1 International Female Rally Driver, before becoming the first female to achieve a podium position in Junior WRC history, finishing third in the 2014 Rally Finland. Returning to Australia in 2015, Molly finished second in the Australian Rally Championship before going one better with Subaru in 2016. Now an established name in national and international rallying, Molly lines up at RXR following years of experience and success in off-road competition.

  • Media ID-3423

    Johan Kristoffersson

    Johan Kristoffersson is the reigning three-time World Rallycross champion. The son of racing driver-turned-team owner, Tommy Kristoffersson, Johan grew up surrounded by motorsport in his native Sweden. Johan’s motorsport career started in earnest with circuit racing; in 2012, he took part in a variety of series, including the Swedish Touring Car Championship, Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia and Italy’s Superstars Series, and went on to win the championship title in all three categories. Following his success on the track, Kristoffersson turned his attention to racing off-road in 2013 with a part-campaign in the FIA European Rallycross Championship, before picking up his first event win in the series in 2014 alongside a number of wildcard appearances in the FIA World Rallycross Championship. A full-time campaign beckoned in 2015, with Johan finishing the season third in the series, before going one better with second in 2016. Since 2017, he has been the dominant force in World RX, claiming three out of four Drivers’ titles.