RX Academy offers a safe and professional environment for young drivers to learn and develop as they take their first steps into the world of professional motorsport.
Rallycross is the fastest growing motorsport in the world, and the superstars of the future are being created today. The modern rallycross driver needs to possess a wide range of skills, of which all are covered in the RX Academy programme.
The key personnel within RX Academy have years of international rallycross experience, which is now available to any driver with basic driving skills, big passion, high motivation and reasonable budget.
RX Academy offers professional driver coaching with proven methods, including data logging and video analysis.
All of our coaches have years of experience working with top level drivers in the FIA World Rallycross Championship and Global Rallycross Championship.
Emphasis is not only on put on driving technique, but also on the wider details such as preparation and tactics.
MENTAL & PHYSICAL COACHING
As in all sports, mental and physical strength plays a key role in rallycross.
In RX Academy, this field is led by one of the worlds’ most experienced coaches Mr. Christoph Treier.
Christoph has cutting edge knowledge and wide experience from different fields of motorsport.
MEDIA & PR COACHING
In professional motorsport, drivers are more and more a brand in themselves, but also brand ambassadors of their partners and sponsors.
Drivers need to be active with the media along with attracting fans and audiences that could be interested in becoming a partner or sponsor.
RX Academy offers high quality training and coaching about the media, social media and PR topics from an experienced media team with a strong motorsport background.
RX Academy Award
The winner of RX Academy 2018 will receive a programme in the next step of their career for free, as the Academy Award is a driver assignment in one of the following options (of the winners’ choice) for 2019:
- 5 European races in the RX2 International Series
- Full season in the FIA European Rallycross Championship for Super1600
- (If the winner is too young to compete in EuroRX Super1600 or RX2, the Award will be a full season in RallyX Nordic, in the Supercar Lites category)
The maximum age of driver to win the Award is 28.