Subaru rallycross driver Scott Speed currently leads the ARX championship and will be seeking the top spot on the Nitro podium.
Subaru rally driver and Nitro Circus mastermind Travis Pastrana will join Scott Speed, Chris Atkinson and Patrik Sandell in the 2019 WRX STI rallycross supercars.
Track designer and Travis Pastrana takes a hands-on approach to jump preparation at a pre-event test at Utah Motorsports Campus.
Chris Atkinson was fastest in free practice at last year’s Nitro event and will look to translate that pace into a strong finish this year.
The Nitro track features several elements found nowhere else in top-level rallycross, including a tunnel that dives under the main jump.
The Nitro track’s large banked dirt corners allow drivers to choose between different cornering lines depending on driving style and car setup.
Subaru Motorsports USA comes into the Nitro event showing serious pace and will expect to finish strong in a field of the world’s fastest rallycross drivers.
The signature element of the Nitro Rallycross circuit remains its tri-level main jump complex, highlighted by a massive central gap jump of nearly 100 feet.
The Subaru rallycross effort has been dominant in 2018, winning three of the first four events of the Americas Rallycross (ARX) season.
Subaru Motorsports USA will bring a high-flying four-car lineup to Nitro World Games’ Nitro Rallycross event, to be held August 16-17 in Utah.