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Farewell to the home of rallycross: Audi and Ekström say “Goodbye, Lydden Hill”
- Mattias Ekström aims to defend overall World RX lead
- Historic track is on race calendar for the last time until further notice
- Ekström: “My duels with Petter Solberg are legendary”
Round five of the FIA World Rallycross Championship at Lydden Hill will also be a farewell. On the weekend of May 27 and 28, the field will be competing for the last time on the circuit in the southeast of England until further notice. Lydden Hill is regarded as the cradle of rallycross, the first races of this motorsport series having been held there in 1967. The circuit suits the Audi S1 EKS RX quattro really well and Mattias Ekström with his team, EKS, is aiming to clinch a victory there.