Cobra Sport are pleased to announce a renewed partnership with Super 1600 championship contender Craig Lomax and his XtremeRX team for the 2021 5 Nations UK British Rallycross season.
Lomax and his XtremeRX team have enjoyed enormous success in 'Sabrina' the Citroen C2, which was fitted with a full Cobra Sport manifold and performance exhaust back in 2019. In 2019, Lomax fought off fierce competition and won the S1600 championship title. And whilst the 2020 seasons was unfortunately cut short, Lomax ended the championship in a vey respectable third place in the Super 1600 Class.
Cobra Sport and team XtremeRX are aiming to replicate this success in the 2021 season with his Citroen C1 'Stella', which is now equipped with a new Cobra Sport stainless steel motorsport exhaust.
"I am happy to confirm Cobra Sport are on board again for the 2021 season! I have full faith the talented guys at Cobra, as we went from strength to strength with the proven bespoke manifold and exhaust system in Sabrina. I have no doubt they've delivered a top quality performance exhaust once again for Stella and I cannot thank them and all my sponsors enough, hopefully we can bring home the championship once again, this season."
Nick Cockman, Marketing Executive at Cobra Sport:
"We are delighted to be involved in the British Rallycross Championship for this exciting season, working once again with Craig and his dedicated XtremeRX Motorsport team. Whilst it was disappointing that the 2020 season was cut short, we have used this as an opportunity to apply our technical expertise to optimise our stainless steel exhaust design for the new car. We have been able to improve and enhance the gas flows, increasing the power from the 1.6 litre engine. The new Cobra Sport exhaust system has been designed to withstand the harsh demands of the British Rallycross Championship. We are confident that the new Cobra Sport performance exhaust will put the team one step ahead of the competition going into the 2021 Championship."