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Global RallyCross is an interesting motorsport. Beginning in 2010 at the X Games, the series races on short tracks made partly of asphalt and partly of dirt, along with a signature variation called the Joker Lap, in which drivers are required to take an alternate, slightly longer route that generally incorporates a 70-foot gap jump.

The final event for the 2012 season took place just across the street from the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, and those of us covering the event for Autoblog scored a birds-eye view of the track from our hotel rooms. Fortunately for those who weren't able to attend, X Games decided to upload the entire final to YouTube.

For those keeping track, Tanner Foust took the victory, clinching the Global RallyCross Championship for the second year in a row. The race had to be restarted after Ken Block's car started billowing ominous-looking black smoke from underhood.

If you're interested, GoPro stitched together a brief video reel of highlights, along with some skate footage from an empty pool, from driver Bucky Lasek. Both videos are available for your viewing pleasure down below.

UPDATE: We've also added a video from Driving Sports showing RallyCross action in slow motion.

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      • 2 Years Ago
      Can we just have more rallye? The kind that happens on backcountry roads?
      William Miller
      • 2 Years Ago
      • 2 Years Ago
      I'd just like to point out here that I, a resident of Las Vegas for 19 years, had no idea this was going on and would have LOVED to go see it. I knew SEMA was in town, but after a few years of visiting It just became old and tiring. It's faster and easier to see everything online. Why wasn't this advertised locally?
        • 2 Years Ago
        Because GRC still kind of sucks at organization and publicity. Hopefully they improve for 2013.