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06 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Hot in Höljes: Heikkinen sweeps to fourth at World RX of Sweden

2015 World RX of Sweden: the young Finn finished fourth in the final

Toomas ‘Topi’ Heikkinen was the best-placed Volkswagen Polo RX Supercar driver at the sixth round of the 2015 FIA World Rallycross Championship, the World RX of Sweden, which took place in Höljes over the weekend of 4-5 July. Polos were prolifically-represented, though, with four cars in the semi-final rounds.

Welcome return
After scoring a third place in semi-final number two, Heikkinen advanced to the final race, and finished fourth overall behind the Ford Fiesta of Andreas Bakkerud. It was a welcome return to the podium for Volkswagen-backed Marklund Motorsport, and Heikkinen was jubilant about the result.

‘It’s nice to be back in the finals after missing the semi-final two races in a row. Too bad we were not able to compete for a podium, but I’m still pretty happy with this weekend. With my twelfth place in qualifying I was one of the last drivers into the semi-finals, but I still managed to be fourth overall,’ the young Finn said.

It wasn’t quite such good news for Heikkinen’s team-mate Per-Gunnar (P-G) Andersson. He finished 13th in heat four. A bad start in the qualifying heats was out down to a faulty generator on his 600bhp Polo RX Supercar, while a false start in the fourth heat put a stop to his chances in Sweden.

Runner-up position
Championship second-placed Johan Kristoffersson of Volkswagen Team Sweden suffered bad luck on his home round, with a puncture in the semi-finals. However, he still managed to retain his runner-up position in the drivers’ overall standings behind Petter Solberg, despite a seventh-place result in Höljes.

2015 World RX of Sweden: Toomas Heikkinen was the highest-placed Polo RX driver in Höljes

2015 World RX of Sweden: Toomas Heikkinen was the highest-placed Polo RX driver in Höljes

2015 World RX of Sweden: the young Finn finished fourth in the final

2015 World RX of Sweden: the young Finn finished fourth in the final

2015 World RX of Sweden: Heikkinen displayed some daring driving in Höljes

2015 World RX of Sweden: Heikkinen displayed some daring driving in Höljes

2015 World RX of Sweden: Heikkinen's Polo RX Supercar has 600bhp

2015 World RX of Sweden: Heikkinen's Polo RX Supercar has 600bhp

2015 World RX of Sweden: the sixth round of the 2015 RX series saw the Finn return to form

2015 World RX of Sweden: the sixth round of the 2015 RX series saw the Finn return to form

2015 World RX of Sweden: Heikkinen's team-mate P-G Andersson driver another Polo RX

2015 World RX of Sweden: Heikkinen's team-mate P-G Andersson driver another Polo RX

2015 World RX of Sweden: Andersson suffered generator problems in the qualifying heats

2015 World RX of Sweden: Andersson suffered generator problems in the qualifying heats

2015 World RX of Sweden: a false start in heat four saw Andersson finish 13th

2015 World RX of Sweden: a false start in heat four saw Andersson finish 13th

2015 World RX of Sweden: John Kristoffersson came home seventh in Höljes

2015 World RX of Sweden: John Kristoffersson came home seventh in Höljes

2015 World RX of Sweden: the Swede endured a puncture at his home round

2015 World RX of Sweden: the Swede endured a puncture at his home round

2015 World RX of Sweden: Kristoffersson was the leading Volkswagen Team Sweden driver

2015 World RX of Sweden: Kristoffersson was the leading Volkswagen Team Sweden driver

2015 World RX of Sweden: despite his low finish he retains second place in the drivers' points

2015 World RX of Sweden: despite his low finish he retains second place in the drivers' points

2015 World RX of Sweden: Norwegian Tord Linnerud suffered technical problems...

2015 World RX of Sweden: Norwegian Tord Linnerud suffered technical problems...

2015 World RX of Sweden: ...but he still put a good show for the crowds

2015 World RX of Sweden: ...but he still put a good show for the crowds

2015 World RX of Sweden: Volkswagen Team Sweden fielded a three-car effort

2015 World RX of Sweden: Volkswagen Team Sweden fielded a three-car effort

2015 World RX of Sweden: Euro RX driver Tommy Rustad came fourth in the first semi-final

2015 World RX of Sweden: Euro RX driver Tommy Rustad came fourth in the first semi-final

2015 World RX of Sweden: over 39,000 spectators watched the action in Höljes

2015 World RX of Sweden: over 39,000 spectators watched the action in Höljes

Over 39,000 spectators watched the other Polo RXs and their foes battle it out in the Swedish heat. Kristoffersson’s team-mate and Euro RX driver Ole Christian Veiby finished fifth in semi-final two. Meanwhile, HTB-Marklund Motorsport’s Euro RX driver, Tommy Rustad, brought his Polo RX home fourth in the first semi-final.

After a strong showing in Germany, it was a disappointing World RX of Sweden for Volkswagen Team Sweden’s Tord Linnerud. The Norwegian experienced technical problems and finished 15th in heat four, therefore not progressing any further.

‘Had the pace’
Michael Schneider, team manager of Marklund Motorsport, summed up the weekend with mixed feelings: ‘I am pleased that we are back in final, but not totally happy. Andersson had the pace for the finals this weekend, but unfortunately he had bad luck in the first heat. Tommy Rustad drove a very good race again, just as in Germany. But, for the rest of the season, I hope to put an end to all the bad luck’.

The overall event was won by EKSRX’s Mattias Ekström. It was the second consecutive Swedish win for the Audi S1 Supercar driver, who initially finished second in Höljes, but was awarded the first place after Peugeot’s Timmy Hansen was penalised for an overtaking manoeuvre on the last corner of the final.

The next round of the 2015 FIA World Rallycross Championship, the Word RX of Canada, takes place in Trois-Rivieres on 7-8 August.

2015 FIA WORLD RALLYCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP,
DRIVERS’ CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS
1 Petter Solberg, Citroën DS3: 159
2 Johan Kristoffersson, Volkswagen Polo WRX: 115
3 Andreas Bakkerud, Ford Fiesta ST: 113
4 Timmy Hansen, Peugeot 208: 104
5 Reinis Nitiss, Ford Fiesta ST: 96

2015 FIA WORLD RALLYCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP,

TEAMS’ CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS
1 Ford Olsbergs MSE: 209
2 Team Peugeot-Hansen: 192
2 SDRX: 182
4 Volkswagen Team Sweden: 154
5 Marklund Motorsport: 126

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03 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Webcon reintroduces 1043cc carburettor kit for 1981-1985 VW Polo and Derby

2015 Webcon carburettor kit for 1981-1985 Volkswagen Polo 1043cc

Sunbury, UK-based carburettor manufacturer Webcon has reintroduced its carburettor kit for 1043cc-engined Volkswagen Polo and Derby models, built from 1981 to 1985. Priced at £183.75 (€253.58) plus VAT, the kit features a genuine Spanish Weber replacement carburettor for cars originally fitted with the Solex 31PIC7 part. The new item’s part number is 1527075000.

No additional tuning
The new item has been designed to fit the original manifold and air filters, and is supplied fully jetted for the engine with no additional tuning needed. Also included is every bolt, nut, washer and gasket for the job, as well as comprehensive instructions. Webcon says, ‘If you can carry out basic home DIY maintenance on your car, then you will easily be able to fit a Webcon replacement carburettor kit’.

The replacement kit is available from Webcon direct or from one of the company’s appointed worldwide dealers. For further information, contact Webcon on +44 (0)1932 787100 or visit www.webcon.co.uk. Webcon is a long-standing manufacturer of carburettor systems and has used the same engineers since 1978. The company states that ‘every kit produced is designed to return your car to factory levels of performance’.

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02 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Volkswagen Australia realigns Polo range with 2016 model year upgrades

2016 Volkswagen Polo GTI (Australia)

Just ahead of the 2016 model year, Volkswagen Australia has introduced a raft of upgrades for the Polo and other models in its passenger car and SUV range. Among the important changes to Volkswagen’s small car is the addition of a standard reversing camera across all models, as well as a new App-Connect USB system which integrates Apple’s CarPlay system, in addition to Android Auto and the existing MirrorLink system.

GTI gets adjustable dampers
The range-topping GTI also receives Sport Select electronically-adjustable dampers as standard, with the addition of a ‘Sport’ button on the dashboard, as in European models. This also tunes the suspension, steering weight, throttle response and level of cabin engine noise. Prices of the realigned Polo vary from -AU$100 to +AU$500.

Volkswagen Australia describes the range amendments as the ‘biggest model year update in the local company’s history’. The 2016 model year cars will arrive in Volkswagen Australia retailers in the coming weeks. They are available to order now.

The full raft of 2016 model year Polo revisions is detailed below.

Polo 66TSI Trendline

($16,990 plus on-road, +$500)
Additional features over and above the MY15 Polo 66TSI Trendline:
– Composition Media 6.5-inch (replaces Composition Colour 5.0-inch) touchscreen display
– App-Connect USB interface for Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink
– Reversing camera

Polo 81TSI Comfortline

($18,490, -$100)
Additional features over and above the MY15 Polo 81TSI Comfortline:
– Composition Media 6.5-inch (replaces Composition Colour 5.0-inch) touchscreen display
– App-Connect USB interface for Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink
– Reversing camera

Polo GTI
(Remains at $27,990)
Additional features over and above the MY15 Polo GTI:
– Sport Select suspension (electronically adjustable dampers)
– App-Connect USB interface for Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink
– Reversing camera.

Visit the Volkswagen Australia website for further information.

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01 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Volkswagen Polo scoops Auto Express Supermini of the Year 2015 award

2015 Volkswagen Polo (UK)

In a surprise reveal, the latest Volkswagen Polo has been awarded the Supermini of the Year title in the 2015 Auto Express New Car Awards. At a ceremony in London last night, the small VW beat off competition from the new Mazda 2 and its in-house rival, the Skoda Fabia to scoop the coveted industry prize.

Upmarket quality
The magazine stated that the closely-fought category was a ‘tough decision’. The Polo won out thanks to ‘its upmarket quality, grown-up driving manners and range of efficient yet responsive engines,’ according to the UK title. The Polo gained cosmetic exterior changes and more thorough interior and mechanical upgrades last summer.

Auto Express also praised the Polo for its ‘excellent mix of refined comfort and polished dynamics. Its suspension soaks up bumps with ease, while the cabin is hushed even at motorway speeds. In corners there’s plenty of grip, and the Polo is enjoyable to drive, thanks in part to the punchy delivery of its petrol and diesel turbos.’

The magazine’s top choice of its top supermini? The £14,410 1.2 TSI 90 SE five-door due to its performance and low running costs. Visit the Auto Express website to find out what other reasons made the small Volkswagen supermini champion. PoloDriver.com is running the exact same 1.2 TSI model as part of its long-term fleet. Catch up with owner Tom Goodlad’s running reports here.

2015 Volkswagen UK Kenwood Electronics satellite navigation accessory upgrade

VW UK factory-approved accessory navigation system
In associated news, Volkswagen UK has announced a factory-approved accessory touchscreen navigation option from Kenwood Electronics. The GVN-MIB1 navigation upgrade is suitable for Mk VII Golf, 2014-on Polo and 2015 Passat models and is an easily-installed Plug & Play upgrade. The system costs £599 including installation at a VW retailer and uses Garmin maps.

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29 June 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Kristoffersson finishes fourth at World RX of Germany; Rustad takes Euro RX win

2015 World RX of Germany: Tommy Rustad took first place in the Euro RX classification

The highest-placed Polo RX Supercar driver Johan Kristoffersson finished fourth at the fifth round of the 2015 FIA World Rallycross Championship (World RX), the World RX of Germany on 19-21 June. Volkswagen Team Sweden team-mate Tord Linnerud crossed the line in fifth place after Ford Olsbergs MSE driver Andreas Bakkerud was excluded from the final race following contact with Linnerud at turn one. Linnerud was lucky to be taking part at all, thanks to rolling his Polo in free practice.

75-car entry
The 950-metre long Estering track played host to 75 entered car and driver teams, with overall victory taken by Davy Jeanney in his Peugeot 208 RX Supercar. He is the first Frenchman to win a World RX event. Runner-up was reigning champion and 2015 series leader, Petter Solberg who is now 35 points clear of Kristoffersson in the championship standings. Timmy Hansen finished third to make it a double podium for Team Peugeot-Hansen.

Before the event, Marklund Motorsport driver Toomas ‘Topi’ Heikkinen said that the team needed to focus after a string of less than ideal results. ‘We need to focus this weekend. I think we can be quite high up if we do everything right – the team has done a lo of work since Lydden. It’s a really technical track here and it’s a good fit for me, but the car also needs to be really good to make a good result.’

Sadly, though, a ninth place in the fourth Supercar heat saw Heikkinen exit the German round. The young Finn scored a fifth place at the same event in 2014. Team-mate P-G Andersson finished a further 8 places behind, adding to the woes the 600bhp Marklund Motorsport Polo RX squad has suffered throughout the current season.

2015 World RX of Germany: Johan Kristoffersson finished fourth in his Polo RX Supercar

2015 World RX of Germany: Johan Kristoffersson finished fourth in his Polo RX Supercar

2015 World RX of Germany: the young Swede retains his second place in the championship

2015 World RX of Germany: the young Swede retains his second place in the championship

2015 World RX of Germany: Tord Linnerud rolled his Polo during the free practice session

2015 World RX of Germany: Tord Linnerud rolled his Polo during the free practice session

2015 World RX of Germany: the Norwegian was fifth overall at the Estering event

2015 World RX of Germany: the Norwegian was fifth overall at the Estering event

2015 World RX of Germany: Marklund Motorsport's Polo RXs finished down the German field

2015 World RX of Germany: Marklund Motorsport's Polo RXs finished down the German field

2015 World RX of Germany: Tommy Rustad took first place in the Euro RX classification

2015 World RX of Germany: Tommy Rustad took first place in the Euro RX classification

2015 World RX of Germany: Rustad finished ahead of series leader Grosset-Janin

2015 World RX of Germany: Rustad finished ahead of series leader Grosset-Janin

2015 World RX of Germany: the result buoys Rustad's runner-up chamionship position

2015 World RX of Germany: the result buoys Rustad's runner-up chamionship position

2015 World RX of Germany: Ole Christian Veiby came home fourth in semi-final one

2015 World RX of Germany: Ole Christian Veiby came home fourth in semi-final one

2015 World RX of Germany: the young Euro RX driver mixed it with World RX crews

2015 World RX of Germany: the young Euro RX driver mixed it with World RX crews

2015 World RX of Germany: the Norwegian celebrated his 19th birthday in Germany

2015 World RX of Germany: the Norwegian celebrated his 19th birthday in Germany

Euro RX
In the second round of the 2015 FIA European Rallycross Championship (Euro RX), Marklund Motorsport’s Tommy Rustad crossed the line first in his Polo RX Supercar, ahead of Albatec Racing’s Jerome Grosset-Janin. Rustad’s German win sees him edge closer to series leader Grosset-Janin – the Norwegian is now just two points behind.

Martin Anayi, World RX Managing Director for IMG Motorsport, said: ‘Congratulations to Tommy Rustad who took the Euro RX win and regularly challenged the World Championship drivers throughout the heat races. With only two points separating Tommy and Jerome in the European Championship, it’s going to be all to play for when Euro RX resumes at our Norwegian race at the end of August.’

Volkswagen Team Sweden’s 19 year-old Ole Christian Veiby enjoyed a good run in Germany, but missed out in a place in the Euro RX Supercar final, when he scored a fourth place in the first semi-final. Ahead of the event, the Norwegian said: ‘I think you need to gather as many points as possible at Estering – there are only five races in the European Championship so if you have a bad race then your championship will be almost over, so you have to be smart.’

The World RX crews will head to Scandinavia next for the World RX of Sweden event at Holjes on 3-5 July.

2015 FIA WORLD RALLYCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP,

DRIVERS’ CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS

1 Petter Solberg, Citroën DS3: 138
2 Johan Kristoffersson, Volkswagen Polo WRX: 103
3 Andreas Bakkerud, Ford Fiesta ST: 88
4 Timmy Hansen, Peugeot 208: 79
5 Reinis Nitiss, Ford Fiesta ST: 77

2015 FIA WORLD RALLYCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP,

TEAMS’ CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS

1 Ford Olsbergs MSE: 165
2 SDRX: 158
3 Team Peugeot-Hansen: 156
4 Volkswagen Team Sweden: 142
5 Marklund Motorsport: 113

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