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Linus Westman Reveals His 2020 Euro RX challenger

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Credit: LiWe RX

2019 Swedish Rallycross Champion in the 2400 class, Linus Westman, will step-up for a full-season campaign in the 2020 FIA European Rallycross Championship and has now revealed his 2020 livery.

In 2014 he made his Supercar debut at the season-finale at Franciacorta in Italy, driving for Eklund Motorsport in a Saab 9-3, finishing in a respected eleventh place on his first outing on top-level.

Following his debut he has been taking part in the national rallycross championship, driving a variety of different rallycross machinery before making his one-off return for the season-finale at the Euro RX in Riga last season with Hedströms Motorsport, where he reached the final and triumphed his Volkswagen Polo to a sixth place finish.

Credit: LiWe RX

After securing the 2019 championship title in the 2400 class, Westman sold his Toyota Corolla to put his main focus on Supercar, he has now aquired a brand-new Ford Fiesta MK8 to conquer his first-ever season in the Euro RX and he will also do the All-Star ‘Magic Weekend’ at Höljes 2-5 July.

Westman’s new livery on the Ford Fiesta features a white base with red highlights along with with the colours of blue and yellow resembling his national flag of Sweden on the side and rear-end of the car. His 2019 Riga RX sponsors Skoogs Bränsle AB and Fuchs also feature.

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