Straight from the dusty truck to the podcast! Monster Energy is proud to be a three-time European champion Andreas Buckeld On episode 312 of the Sports and Pop Culture Podcast Break free with Dingo, Danny and Britney. In an exclusive interview, the 31-year-old motorsport icon from Bergen, Norway, details his development as a Scandinavian superstar rallycross racer.
Speaking to UNLEASHED about his fame in Norway, Bakkerud said: In Latvia, we chartered a plane for 250 people. ”
Recorded at Monster Energy’s headquarters in Corona, Calif. at Studio M, the hour-long episode offers a glimpse into the mindset of racing’s original Norwegian superstar. His infamous RX cartel off-road his racing The founder of his team has gone down in history as the first Norwegian driver to win the Norwegian round of the World Championship, among many other milestones in his current career. rice field.
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Andreas Bakkerd has always tried to go fast. At the tender age of 16, he made his rallycross debut and represented Norway on the world stage. Blessed with a racing IQ beyond his years, he racked up medals and trophies at international competitions and attracted attention for his pomp (and occasional cursing on camera). His big victories include his three wins in the FIA European Championship and his 600 hp supercar division wins in both the European and World Championships. In 2019, racing packed his edgy vision for the sport into his notorious roster of like-minded racing personalities his RX cartel his off-road his racing his team. You can find out what the off-road racing bad guys are cooking up next – only on UNLEASHED!
Hear the inside story in conversations with three Australian action sports personalities, podcast hosts. Luke “The Dingo” Trembathprofessional snowboarder Danny Casspainter, model, and UFC ambassador Britney Palmer. Watch here.
Backeld discovered a talent for racing at an early age. The main reason was the ongoing racing within his family. “Rallycross is bigger in Europe. My dad and uncle used to race in national championships, so I was kind of in the paddock when I was little,” Bakkerd explained to UNLEASHED. . “I started karting when I was 9 and took all the steps until I was 16 when I competed in rallycross.”
From there, Bakkerud, like several young drivers before him, rose to the top of the sport. In 2011 and his 2012, this prodigy won back-to-back FIA European Rallycross Championships in the Super 1600 category. “It’s more like the world behind, the steps to becoming a motorsport athlete,” Bakkerd said. “My parents bought me a rallycross car for $50,000 and they said, ‘This is the last time I’m going to pay you!'” Bakkerd put all his effort into pursuing his career and came out victorious. he kept coming.
For 2016, Bakkeld made a team change to join racing legend Ken Block Bakkerd in the American Hoonigan Racing Division, finishing the season third in the 2016 FIA World Rallycross Supercars rankings. “He changed so many people’s lives, including mine!”
After all, it made sense to channel his arrogance at a rebellious race team. Founded in 2019 by Bakkerud and Robin Larsson, the RX Kartel combines $500,000 off-road vehicles with a disruptive attitude. Asked about the atmosphere, Bakkerd replied: “The fans appreciate it. We are the coolest team in the paddock. I also love other lifestyles, so now is a good time.”
Bakkerud and his teammates, who are constantly chasing the evolution of the sport, are currently racing electric cars. “A lot of rallycross championships are going electric, because that’s where the money goes for the manufacturers,” Bakkerd said.
For more on the future of rallycross, listen to Bakkerud. Visit the landing page to access episode 312. Break free with Dingo, Danny and Britney Featuring record-setting off-road racers Andreas Buckeld.
Episodes of UNLEASHED were filmed on a special set inside Studio M at Monster Energy headquarters in Corona, California. The podcast is hosted by a dynamic duo of Australian action sports personalities. Luke “The Dingo” Trembath and pro snowboarder Danny Cass. Known for his deep roots in action sports culture, the two starred in his five action-packed seasons on the popular cult TV show The Adventures of Danny and the Dingo on Fuel TV in the early 2010s.Both hosts have experience as professional snowboarders, and will also include painters, models, and UFC ambassadors. Britney Palmer. The host of three has her skills at interviewing guests from all sorts of backgrounds, including sports and pop culture, to find common ground. Stay tuned for new episodes delivered every other Monday.
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