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Following a partial and a full season in World Rallycross Championship from 2014 to 2015 respectively in Audi S3 Supercars, All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport have switched to a pair of privately-developed '''SEAT Ibiza RX Supercar''' for their 2016 World RX campaign. Münnich Motorsport have also signed the then Olsbergs MSE driver Reinis Nitišs to partner with the team owner René Münnich<ref>[http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/9101/nitiss-moves-to-all-inklcom-racing FIA World Rallycross Championship - NITISS MOVES TO ALL-INKL.COM RACING WITH NEW SEAT IBIZA]</ref>. Nitišs will eventually leave the team following round eight in France, citing unfavourable results and a need to focus on his plans for 2017, with any further development of the Ibiza would carry on without him<ref>[http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/9307/nitiss-to-leave-munnich-motorsport FIA World Rallycross Championship - NITISS TO LEAVE MUNNICH MOTORSPORT AFTER LOHEAC RX]</ref>. The car will receive several upgrades along the way between 2017 and 2019, including new aerodynamics and a front-mounted cooling systems.
Following two seasons in an [[Ford Fiesta Rallycross|OlsbergsMSE Ford Fiesta]], Latvian driver Reinis Nitišs found new employment under All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport for their 2016 World RX campaign. Nitišs would drive an all-new '''SEAT Ibiza RX Supercar''', alongside team owner René Münnich<ref>http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/9101/nitiss-moves-to-all-inklcom-racing</ref>.
 
   
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Despite Münnich Motorsport's decision to wind down their World RX campaign, the Ibiza RX still made some wildcard appearances in World RX and Americas Rallycross, and embarked on a full European Rallycross Championship throughout 2017 and 2018. In 2019, Münnich Motorsport would eventually participate in a full World RX season by fielding one car for two-time DTM champion Timo Scheider, who also raced for Münnich Motorsport in previous World RX events as a wildcard driver.
Nitišs amicably left the team following round eight in France, citing unfavourable results and a need to focus on his plans for 2017<ref>http://www.fiaworldrallycross.com/article/9307/nitiss-to-leave-munnich-motorsport</ref>.
 
   
 
== DiRT 4 ==
 
== DiRT 4 ==
 
{{Infobox_car
 
{{Infobox_car
|brand = SEAT
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| brand = SEAT
|name = Ibiza RX
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| name = Ibiza RX
|game = DiRT 4
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| game = DiRT 4
|discipline = RX Supercars
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| discipline = RX Supercars
|power = 570 bhp
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| power = 570 bhp
|transmission = 6 Speed - Manual Sequential
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| transmission = 6 Speed - Manual Sequential
|weight = 1,225 kg
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| weight = 1225 kg
|drive = 4WD
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| drive = 4WD
|engine = 1998cc / Straight 4
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| engine = 1998cc / Straight 4
|aspiration = Turbo}}The '''SEAT Ibiza RX''' is an RX Supercar in [[DiRT 4]].
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| aspiration = Turbo}}The '''SEAT Ibiza RX''' is an RX Supercar in [[DiRT 4]].
   
 
=== Liveries ===
 
=== Liveries ===
* <nowiki>#</nowiki>15 Reinis Nitišs
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* <nowiki>#</nowiki>15 ALL-INKL.com Munnich Motorsport Reinis Nitišs
* <nowiki>#</nowiki>77 René Münnich
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* <nowiki>#</nowiki>77 ALL-INKL.com Munnich Motorsport René Münnich
* Castrol
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* Team Castrol
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* Team Bøe RX
* Compomotive
 
 
* White
 
* White
 
* Black
 
* Black
 
* Yellow
 
* Yellow
   
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== References ==
 
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== DiRT Rally 2.0 ==
[[Category:RX Supercars (DiRT 4)]]
 
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{{infobox car
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| image = [[File:DirtRally2_IbizaRX_Silverstone_1.jpg]]
[[Category:Seat]]
 
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| brand = SEAT
[[Category:Cars]]
 
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| name = Ibiza RX
[[Category:Cars (DiRT 4)]]
 
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| game = DiRT Rally 2.0
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| discipline = RX Supercars 2019
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| power = 600 bhp
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| transmission = 6 Speed - Manual Sequential
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| weight = 1225 kg
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| drive = 4WD
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| engine = 1998 cc
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| cylinders = 4
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| aspiration = Turbo
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{{quote|Timo Scheider drove the All-Inkl Seat Ibiza in 2019, featuring an all-new carbon fibre body and overhauled internals. Scheider impressed in ARX in the previous iteration of the Seat Ibiza RX, and is always one to watch out for.|In-game info, DiRT Rally 2.0}}
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The '''Seat Ibiza RX''' is a 2019 RX Supercar in [[DiRT Rally 2.0]], and a part of the game's Season 4 DLC.
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Latest revision as of 11:54, 26 January 2020

Following a partial and a full season in World Rallycross Championship from 2014 to 2015 respectively in Audi S3 Supercars, All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport have switched to a pair of privately-developed SEAT Ibiza RX Supercar for their 2016 World RX campaign. Münnich Motorsport have also signed the then Olsbergs MSE driver Reinis Nitišs to partner with the team owner René Münnich[1]. Nitišs will eventually leave the team following round eight in France, citing unfavourable results and a need to focus on his plans for 2017, with any further development of the Ibiza would carry on without him[2]. The car will receive several upgrades along the way between 2017 and 2019, including new aerodynamics and a front-mounted cooling systems.

Despite Münnich Motorsport's decision to wind down their World RX campaign, the Ibiza RX still made some wildcard appearances in World RX and Americas Rallycross, and embarked on a full European Rallycross Championship throughout 2017 and 2018. In 2019, Münnich Motorsport would eventually participate in a full World RX season by fielding one car for two-time DTM champion Timo Scheider, who also raced for Münnich Motorsport in previous World RX events as a wildcard driver.

DiRT 4[edit | edit source]

The SEAT Ibiza RX is an RX Supercar in DiRT 4.

Liveries[edit | edit source]

  • #15 ALL-INKL.com Munnich Motorsport Reinis Nitišs
  • #77 ALL-INKL.com Munnich Motorsport René Münnich
  • Team Castrol
  • Team Bøe RX
  • White
  • Black
  • Yellow

DiRT Rally 2.0[edit | edit source]

“Timo Scheider drove the All-Inkl Seat Ibiza in 2019, featuring an all-new carbon fibre body and overhauled internals. Scheider impressed in ARX in the previous iteration of the Seat Ibiza RX, and is always one to watch out for.”
— In-game info, DiRT Rally 2.0

The Seat Ibiza RX is a 2019 RX Supercar in DiRT Rally 2.0, and a part of the game's Season 4 DLC.

References

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