World Rallycross Championship (World RX) announced its brand new streaming service RX+ ahead of its upcoming 2021 season. The FIA World Rallycross championship is a rallycross racing series organised by the FIA (International Automobile Federation) which was founded by Red bull and KW25 had its first season in 2014.
Ever since its inaugural season, World RX has been heavily popular with the fans and with the launch of a new platform the ‘RX+’ is surely to be another revolution for the fans of the sport. The RX+ will be streaming the World RX round live, the FIA RX2e championship, the Euro RX1, RX3 and the cross-car series.
The streaming service will be available to fans all over the world with the full season pass being worth $59 is being presented at a discount price of $35 and the pass of one race being worth $9.
Also offering behind-the-scenes content, studio interviews and expert analysis and covering minute details of every race, the RX+ is bound to be a hit in the eyes of the fans. Offering a premium range of highlights, replays, previews and also adding a preview section.
With KYB JC winning the previous season’s World RX championship, with driver Johan Kristofferson winning the championship for the third time now with his second team excitement is building up in the minds of the fans as they await 2021 of the much-anticipated sport.