Cobra Sport announce technical partnership with XtremeRX for British Rallycross Championship

6th February 2019

Ahead of the new 2019 Toyo Tires Motorsport UK British Rallycross season, Cobra Sport are delighted to announce a partnership with super 1600 championship contender Craig Lomax and his XtremeRX Team.

Cobra Sport have a 40-year pedigree in motorsport and are best known for their involvement in the British Touring Car Championship and other circuit motorsport. Cobra Sport welcomed the chance to ply their technical skill to help Lomax further develop his Citroen C2 Super 1600 Rallycross car for the forthcoming season. Craig Lomax, #24: "Having the skills of the guys at Cobra come onboard is just amazing. "We spent most of last season down on power and struggled to nail down the reason. Cobra came in and quickly made the changes necessary and with the help of our engine builder Steven Gault they were able to produce the bespoke manifold and exhaust system we will be running this year. "It feels like a different car and we expect to be pushing at the front in 2019" TheToyo Tires Motorsport UK British Rallycross Championship consists of eight events taking place across six weekends from March to October. Round one of the 2019 season takes place at Silverstone on the 24th March around a specially built Rallycross course on the Stowe circuit.

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