Red Bull Global Rallycross Returns to Port of Los Angeles for 2016 Finale

"Red Bull Global Rallycross Returns to Port of Los Angeles for 2016 Finale"
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On October 8-9, the Port of Los Angeles will once again host Red Bull Global Rallycross’ signature double-header event. For the first time in series history, Los Angeles will also be home to the series’ season finale. “Our annual doubleheader at the Port of Los Angeles has proven one of our most popular events since its introduction three years ago,” said Red Bull GRC CEO Colin Dyne. “This year we are excited to end the 2016 season on the waterfront for the very first time, and look forward to crowning this year’s champions in our home market. We expect an incredible turnout!”

The Port of Los Angeles hosted Red Bull Global Rallycross for the first time in 2014, with Scott Speed and Rhys Millen splitting the inaugural doubleheader. In last year’s event, Speed became the first Supercar driver to sweep a doubleheader in Red Bull GRC history, propelling him to his first series championship just two months later.

In 2016, this spectacular waterfront location will host one of the series most technical tracks with a crossover jump and bridge and an all new track design that will provide the ultimate test for the cars and drivers as they battle for the championship.

Tickets for Red Bull GRC Los Angeles at the Port of Los Angeles are on sale now. Adult single-day GA tickets are available at the early bird price of $25 through September 3, while kids ages 12 and under are free with a ticketed adult. For more information and to purchase tickets online, please visit

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About Red Bull Global Rallycross

Designed to produce some of the fastest and most exciting racing in motorsports, Red Bull Global Rallycross pits small production-based cars against each other in door-to-door racing featuring dirt, asphalt, and table-top jumps. With enhanced engineering and safety features, the cars produce 600 horsepower and can accelerate from 0-60 miles per hour in less than two seconds, and can also withstand 70-foot jumps and other vehicle contact. For more information visit