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26

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Video from the victory weekend in Karlskoga with Volvo Polestar Racing

Volvo Polestar Racing and Thed Björk secured a double victory at Karlskoga. Björk claimed an impressive double with two pole positions and two victories, meaning that he further extends his championship lead.

While Björk was on his own in the lead, the second race provided a lot of action and incidents. Join Volvo Polestar Racing for the victory weekend at Karlskoga in our latest video.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnZZ-FI5DcM&

 

STCC continues in two weeks at Tierp Arena. 

24

AUG

Thed Björk continues STCC victory charge with a new double

Thed Björk continues his STCC victory flow and scored an absolute maximum this weekend at Karlskoga: Two pole positions and two victories. "It has been an awesome weekend! The double pole was the foundation for the double win, I could just go flat out in the races. The team gave me a great car, I wouldn't be on top of the podium without them, so a huge thanks to all of them," said Björk.

Fredrik Ekblom was second best point scorer after team mate Björk with fourth in the first race and a strong second in the second race after a hard fight with BMW driver Richard Göransson.

"It was a fun second race, I had a good fight with Richard where I came out on top in the end after he gave me a shove in the beginning of the race. The weekend has been good and I am happy with the points," said Ekblom.

 

The weekend was dramatic for Robert Dahlgren as well where he claimed second in the first race, just eight tenths from Björk over the finishing line, while the second race saw sixth position after an off-track excursion in the early parts of the race.

"I am pleased over second in the first race, good points and a good race. I hit gravel in the second race, pulled on to the circuit by other drivers, and went off, dropping to last position. I was able to fight back to sixth, a result I am not pleased with. We'll fight back at Tierp," said Dahlgren.

 

Linus Ohlsson secured third in the first race, but had to retire from the second race after going off in the same corner as Dahlgren.

"The first race was alright, it was nice to score my third straight podium finish. The second race was another story unfortunately as I was hit by Göransson in the first corner, dropping several positions. Then I hit gravel in the same corner as Robert and I sustained so much damage that I had to retire. Our pace was very good this weekend, but we didn't get the points from it that we hoped for," said Ohlsson.

 

Prince Carl Philip Bernadotte crossed the line in 12th position in the first race and had to retire from the second race after getting involved in an incident with three cars on the first lap.

"I am not pleased with the weekend. The first race was okay, but the second race ended on the first lap. That is is just the way it is sometimes in racing and I am already focused on the next race," said Prince Carl Philip Bernadotte.

 

The double victory for Björk means seven victories in nine races and a lead of 69 points over BMW's Göransson with three race heats and 84 points left to fight for.

"We have raced in the STCC since 1996 with a lot of talented drivers and you can't be anything but impressed by Thed's success this year. The victories in the both races this weekend were very important for the season end sprint," said Derek Crabb, Motorsport Director of Volvo Cars.

 

The championship continues in two weeks at Tierp Arena.

 

Results Race 1 - Karlskoga

1 Thed Björk Volvo S60 18 laps
2 Robert Dahlgren Volvo S60 +0.482
3 Linus Ohlsson Volvo S60 +2.778
4 Fredrik Ekblom Volvo S60 +3.095
5 Richard Göransson BMW SR +11.071
6 Fredrik Larsson BMW SR +11.582
7 Mattias Andersson Dacia SE +13.389
8 Jocke Mangs Citroën C5 +15.945
9 Daniel Haglöf Saab 9-3 +18.457
10 Tomas Engström Honda Civic +26.166
11 Roar Lindland Saab 9-3 +38.080
12 Carl Philip Bernadotte Volvo S60 +50.368
13 Alx Danielsson Citroën C5 DNF
14 Alexander Graff Saab 9-3 DNF

Results Race 2 - Karlskoga

1 Thed Björk Volvo S60 18 laps
2 Fredrik Ekblom Volvo S60 +2.037
3 Richard Göransson BMW SR +4.123
4 Fredrik Larsson BMW SR +8.863
5 Mattias Andersson Dacia SR +15.948
6 Robert Dahlgren Volvo S60 +26.389
7 Tomas Engström Honda Civic +27.457
8 Alx Danielsson Citroën C5 +1 lap
9 Daniel Haglöf Saab 9-3 +2 laps
10 Roar Lindland Saab 9-3 DNF
11 Linus Ohlsson Volvo S60 DNF
12 Jocke Mangs Citroën C5 DNF
13 Alexander Graff Saab 9-3 DNF
14 Carl Philip Bernadotte Volvo S60 DNF

Drivers' championship

202 Thed Björk
133 Richard Göransson
126 Robert Dahlgren
112 Fredrik Ekblom
96 Linus Ohlsson
87 Fredrik Larsson
47 Mattias Andersson 
47 Daniel Haglöf
40 Jocke Mangs
30 Robin Rudholm
10 Tomas Engström
10 Roar Lindland
8 Carl Philip Bernadotte
6 Alexander Graff
4 Alx Danielsson
3 Niclas Olsson
1 Fredrik Magnusson

Manufacturers' championship

397 Volvo
250 BMW
117 Saab
97 Citroën
64 Dacia
23 Honda

Calendar STCC 2013

04/05 Knutstorp** 
08/06 Solvalla*
29/06 Göteborg*
13/07 Falkenberg**
10/08 Östersund*
24/08 Karlskoga**
07/09 Tierp Arena*
21/09 Mantorp Park**

* = One race
** = Two races

Media Contact

Johan Meissner
Press Manager
Polestar AB
Phone: +46 [0]70 241 3234

Web: http://www.polestar.com   

23

AUG

Thed Björk starts Karlskoga weekend with record lap time

Thed Björk started the STCC weekend at Karlskoga by becoming the first STCC driver ever to go below one minute four seconds with the lap time 1:03.996. "The feeling is of course great. Both the car and I are more than ready for the two races tomorrow," said Björk.

Volvo Polestar Racing claimed the top three positions with Robert Dahlgren second fastest and Linus Ohlsson third fastest, just seven thousands of a second behind his team mate.

"The car is well-balanced and my driving feels good. The conclusion is two good test sessions and I look forward to take on the race day tomorrow," said Dahlgren.

 

Fredrik Ekblom was fifth fastest in the two test sessions while Prince Carl Philip was 13th and tenth fastest. The STCC weekend continues with qualifying and two races tomorrow.

 

 Test 1 - Karlskoga


1 Thed Björk Volvo S60 1:04.476
2 Robert Dahlgren Volvo S60 +0.181
3 Richard Göransson BMW SR +0.276
4 Fredrik Larsson BMW SR +0.327
5 Fredrik Ekblom Volvo S60 +0.481
6 Linus Ohlsson Volvo S60 +0.614
7 Daniel Haglöf Saab 9-3 +0.665
8 Mattias Andersson Dacia SE +0.849
9 Jocke Mangs Citroën C5 +1.078
10 Carl Philip Bernadotte +1.543
11 Alx Danielsson Citroën C5 +1.816
12 Alexander Graff Saab 9-3 +1.910
13 Tomas Engström Honda Civic +3.007

Test 2 - Karlskoga

1 Thed Björk Volvo S60 1:03.996
2 Robert Dahlgren Volvo S60 +0.257
3 Linus Ohlsson Volvo S60 +0.264
4 Richard Göransson BMW SR +0.638
5 Fredrik Ekblom Volvo S60 +0.853
6 Mattias Andersson Dacia SE +1.034
7 Fredrik Larsson BMW SR +1.066
8 Alx Danielsson Citroën C5 +1.296
9 Jocke Mangs Citroën C5 +1.374
10 Daniel Haglöf Saab 9-3 +1.398
11 Alexander Graff Saab 9-3 +1.666
12 Tomas Engström Honda Civic +1.863
13 Carl Philip Bernadotte Volvo S60 +1.979

21

AUG

Volvo Polestar Racing heads for championship fight in Karlskoga

Volvo Polestar Racing heads to Karlskoga this weekend to continue the 2013 STCC title fight. Karlskoga means home race for championship leader Thed Björk. "My home circuit doesn't exactly make things worse ahead of this weekend. The feeling is great after Östersund, a race and victory that felt like a nice confirmation that my pace is still there after the summer break," said Björk.

Björk heads the championship with 38 points over main rival and BMW driver Richard Göransson with three race weekends and five race heats left of the 2013 STCC. But despite a gap that might seem big, Björk is not taking it easy.

"I have competed on this level for too long to take anything for granted. I had a retirement in Falkenberg and there is still a lot that can happen which would enable Göransson to catch up. I am as always going for victory and Göransson will have to try hard to keep up," said Björk.

 

Closest to Göransson in the championship is Robert Dahlgren, nine points behind and the Volvo Polestar Performance driver closed in during the last race in Östersund.

"My focus is not on Göransson. I am driving for victory and the championship lead. Karlskoga is no exception and we showed last time out in Östersund that the speed for victory is still there with fastest lap and a strong podium finish," said Dahlgren.

 

But the statistics point at neither Björk nor Dahlgren of the Volvo drivers ahead of this weekend's race. Fredrik Ekblom has got most victories at the circuit, the lap record and won here last year.

"I like the Karlskoga circuit and things have gone well here in the past. We've had a couple of good races after a tough start to the season and I am continuing my chase for new top positions this weekend," said Ekblom. 

 

Linus Ohlsson is the best scoring STCC driver in the two past races with a victory and two straight podium finishes.

"Things are working well now and I aim to continue the trend upwards, the ambition is to climb to top three in the championship," said Ohlsson.

 

Prince Carl Philip Bernadotte was heading for his fourth straight points finish in Östersund two weeks ago when a technical problem forced him to pit. The Prince is optimistic ahead of this weekend, carrying strong results from other classes at Karlskoga with him.

"I enjoy racing at Karlskoga and I have many good memories from the past here. But on the other hand, qualifying is always really close at this circuit and it is going to be a tough challenge as usual, something that I look forward to," said Prince Carl Philip.

 

Schedule STCC Karlskoga
 
Friday 23/8
15.15 - STCC Test 1
17.30 - STCC Test 2

Saturday 24/8
09.00 - STCC Q1
09.20 - STCC Q2
09.35 - STCC Q3
12.40 - STCC Race 1
15.25 - STCC Race 2

Further information: 

Info and statistics Karlskoga

Length: 2400 m 
Lap record STCC: 1:04.488 (Ekblom, 2012)
Most victories drivers: 8 (Göransson)
Most victories manufacturers: 20 (BMW)

Calendar STCC 2013
 
04/05 Knutstorp** 
08/06 Solvalla*
29/06 Göteborg*
13/07 Falkenberg**
10/08 Östersund*
24/08 Karlskoga**
07/09 Tierp Arena*
21/09 Mantorp Park**

* = One race
** = Two races

Team Line-Up 2013
 
Volvo Polestar Racing
#11 Fredrik Ekblom
#12 Thed Björk 
 
Volvo Polestar Performance
#14 Robert Dahlgren
#15 Linus Ohlsson 
 
Volvo Polestar
#13 Carl Philip Bernadotte

Media Contact

Johan Meissner
Press Manager
Polestar AB
Phone: +46 [0]70 241 3234

13

AUG

Video: Emotional victory for Thed Björk in beautiful Östersund

Thed Björk claimed an emotional victory during the STCC race in beautiful Östersund in the north of Sweden. The Volvo Polestar Racing driver came back from a spectacular crash in testing to take pole position and a superior victory - his fifth of the season.

The race weekend at Östersund Airport Race was filled with challenges. Hard repair work after the crashes in testing which eliminated Björk and Linus Ohlsson. Thousands of a second decided the top positions in qualifying. Hard fights throughout the field with main competitors BMW and a lot more.

 

Join us during the race weekend in our latest video:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLRojw1rCGE 

10

AUG

Thed Björk turned crash into superior victory in Östersund

Thed Björk defied the spectacular crash in yesterday's test session and secured a superior victory for Volvo Polestar Racing in the STCC Östersund Airport Race. "I just pulled away, the car was perfect. There are not words enough for me to describe the team's effort after the repair of the car last night," said Björk.

The mechanics of the team worked though the night with repairs on Björk and Linus Ohlsson's car as the both crashed after hitting oil on the track in the Friday test session. The result of the repairs could not have been better as Björk took pole position and won the race in style.

"I am in the best form of my life and things are really going our way now. But we are far from on the safe side yet, we have three race weekends and five heats left, a lot can happen still! I am longing to the next race on my home grounds in Karlskoga," said Björk. 

 

Robert Dahlgren crossed the line in a strong second place after a hard fight throughout the race. The Volvo Polestar Performance driver started third but was able to pass BMW driver Richard Göransson in to the first corner. Not long after that, a hard fight developed between the two. Göransson retook second, but was not able to resist Dahlgren's attack as he had got the temperature up in his tyres.

"I hadn't warmed the tyres enough ahead of the race and couldn't fend off Göransson. But when I finally got the temperature up, the car was very fast. I gained on Björk in the lead and set the fastest lap of the race. I am for sure pleased with the weekend," said Dahlgren.

 

Linus Ohlsson secured third after fighting hard to follow Dahlgren up through the field. The 22-year-old passed both Fredrik Larsson and Göransson to secure his second straight podium finish this year.

"It was nice to secure a new podium finish. The race was good fun to drive, I had to fight hard and the car was really fast," said Ohlsson.

 

Fredrik Ekblom had a tough start where he dropped two positions. He had to fight hard after that to climb back up and crossed the line in fourth after having passed Göransson in the final stages of the race. 

"With a troublesome qualifying session and a poor start, the chance of fighting for the lead disappears. That is the way it is, but the weekend has overall been good for my part and really good for the team," said Ekblom.

 

Prince Carl Philip Bernadotte was on his way for a new points finish when he had to pit to repair a damaged door.

"It was a disappointment to be forced to pit, which made me lose one lap on the leaders. But we had a strong pace in the race and I know that I have the speed to fight for points," said Prince Carl Philip Bernadotte.

 

Björk extended the lead of the drivers' championship to 38 points over Göransson while Dahlgren closes in on Göransson for second, only nine points separates the two. Volvo heads the manufacturers' championship in 301 points ahead of BMW on 194 points.

"This is a race we are going to remember for long, with such a strong effort by the team to turn around the difficult situation after the test with two crashed cars. Two cars that the day after are on top of the podium," said Derek Crabb, Motorsport Director of Volvo Cars.

 

STCC continues in two weeks at Karlskoga Motorstadion.

 

Results - Östersund

1 Thed Björk Volvo S60 34 laps
2 Robert Dahlgren Volvo S60 +1.148
3 Linus Ohlsson Volvo S60 +2.978
4 Fredrik Ekblom Volvo S60 +4.411
5 Richard Göransson BMW SR +6.592
6 Jocke Mangs Citroën C5 +7.397
7 Daniel Haglöf Saab 9-3 +15.676
8 Roar Lindland Saab 9-3 +18.452
9 Alexander Graff Saab 9-3 +27.101
10 Fredrik Magnusson Citroën C5 +27.872
11 Carl Philip Bernadotte Volvo S60 +1 lap
12 Mattias Andersson Dacia SE DNF
13 Fredrik Larsson BMW SR DNF
14 Tomas Engström Honda Civic DNF

Drivers' Championship

146 Thed Björk
108 Richard Göransson
99 Robert Dahlgren
80 Fredrik Ekblom
78 Linus Ohlsson
67 Fredrik Larsson
43 Daniel Haglöf
36 Jocke Mangs
31 Mattias Andersson 
30 Robin Rudholm
10 Roar Lindland
8 Carl Philip Bernadotte
6 Alexander Graff
3 Niclas Olsson
3 Tomas Engström
1 Fredrik Magnusson

Manufacturers' Championship

301 Volvo
194 BMW
105 Saab
83 Citroën
44 Dacia
11 Honda

TV


Calendar STCC 2013

04/05 Knutstorp** 
08/06 Solvalla*
29/06 Göteborg*
13/07 Falkenberg**
10/08 Östersund*
24/08 Karlskoga**
07/09 Tierp Arena*
21/09 Mantorp Park**

* = One race
** = Two races

Media Contact

Johan Meissner
Press Manager
Polestar AB
Phone: +46 [0]70 241 3234

Web: http://www.polestar.com  

 

10

AUG

From crash to pole position for Thed Björk

Thed Björk has not let the spectacular crash of yesterday affect him, claimed pole position on the very last lap in the qualifying session of today and beat main title rival Richard Göransson with 49 thousands of a second. "I nailed it! Such a nice feeling to take pole position after the hard work by the boys in the team during the night after the crash. The lap was really good, but there is still more to give," said Björk with a smile.

Robert Dahlgren fastest in the first Q1 session, but dropped to third place in the final Q3 session.

"I am really disappointed. I made a mistake on my final lap which made me lose pole position. But grid position three isn't too bad anyway," said Dahlgren.

 

Fredrik Ekblom is going to start fourth ahead of Fredrik Larsson and Linus Ohlsson, who was the final man to be eliminated after the Q2 session with a mere 0.057 seconds. Prince Carl Philip is going to start 13th in the 40 minute race that starts at 15.15 CET.

 

Qualifying - Östersund 

 

1 Thed Björk Volvo S60 51.695
2 Richard Göransson BMW SR +0.049
3 Robert Dahlgren Volvo S60 +0.161
4 Fredrik Ekblom Volvo S60 +0.187
5 Fredrik Larsson BMW SR +0.295
6 Linus Ohlsson Volvo S60
7 Jocke Mangs Citroën C5
8 Alexander Graff Citroën C5
9 Mattias Andersson Dacia SE
10 Tomas Engström Honda Civic
11 Fredrik Magnusson Citroën C5
12 Daniel Haglöf Saab 9-3
13 Carl Philip Bernadotte Volvo S60

14 Roar Lindland Saab 9-3 

09

AUG

Linus Ohlsson and Volvo fastest in Östersund despite crash

Linus Ohlsson was fastest overall after the two first test sessions of the STCC weekend at Östersund despite a spectacular crash due to an oil leak. "The car just spun under braking all of a sudden, I hit oil on one side of the wheels. But the car was really fast before that, especially as my best lap time remained on top for the entire session despite that I only could complete five laps," said Ohlsson.

One of the competitors had leaked oil on the circuit in the final corner. No warning flags had been issued when Ohlsson and Thed Björk both spun off in to the barriers as consequence, with a lot of damage to the cars, but none to the drivers.

"I locked up my wheels long before the corner due to the oil, there was nothing I could do. But the car felt amazing before that and I do for sure think that we have a good day ahead of us despite the crash," said Björk.

 

Björk was fastest by far in the first test session and despite that he only managed five laps before the crash, just as Ohlsson, he was fourth fastest overall in the second session.

 

Hard work awaits the Volvo Polestar Racing mechanics ahead of the qualifying and race of tomorrow.

"There is a lot of work to do on the cars. But the vital parts have held up well and we are going to have the cars ready for tomorrow," said Fredrik Wahlén, Team Manager of Volvo Polestar Racing.

 

Fredrik Ekblom was third fastest driver in the first session and summarized the day as giving.

"We were able to test quite a lot of stuff and got many answers. Of course, 'm not pleased until I am fastest, but it was an okay day overall," said Ekblom.

 

Robert Dahlgren was second fastest in the first test session and third fastest in the second. Prince Carl Philip Bernadotte improved 12th in the first session to tenth in the second session.

 

Tomorrow starts with qualifying at 12.10 CET and race start at 15.15.

 

Test 1 - Östersund

1 Thed Björk Volvo S60 51.891
2 Robert Dahlgren Volvo S60 +0.346
3 Fredrik Ekblom Volvo S60 +0.394
4 Alexander Graff Saab 9-3 +0.421
5 Richard Göransson BMW SR +0.510
6 Fredrik Larsson BMW SR +0.559
7 Linus Ohlsson Volvo S60 +0.584
8 Jocke Mangs Citroën C5 +0.768
9 Mattias Andersson Dacia SE +1.049
10 Roar Lindland Saab 9-3 +1.486
11 Tomas Engström Honda Civic +1.661
12 Carl Philip Bernadotte Volvo S60 +1.669
13 Daniel Haglöf Saab 9-3 +2.005
14 Fredrik Magnusson Citroën C5 +2.541

Test 2 - Östersund

1 Linus Ohlsson Volvo S60 51.769
2 Richard Göransson BMW SR +0.256
3 Robert Dahlgren Volvo S60 +0.434
4 Thed Björk Volvo S60 +0.561
5 Alexander Graff Saab 9-3 +0.561
6 Mattias Andersson Dacia SE +0.732
7 Fredrik Ekblom Volvo S60 +0.796
8 Fredrik Larsson BMW SR +0.922
9 Jocke Mangs Citroën C5 +1.331
10 Carl Philip Bernadotte Volvo S60 +1.544
11 Roar Lindland Saab 9-3 +1.781
12 Fredrik Magnusson Citroën C5 +1.949
13 Tomas Engström Honda Civic +2.191

14 Daniel Haglöf Saab 9-3 DNS 

07

AUG

Final STCC half starts in Östersund + Onboard video special

The Östersund Airport Race is held this weekend and marks the start of the final half of the 2013 STCC season with four remaining race weekends. A fast and challenging circuit awaits the drivers where Volvo Polestar Racing driver Robert Dahlgren celebrates his home race. "It is going to be incredibly fun to drive on home grounds for the first time in a very long time. The circuit is a nice combination of extremely fast and extremely slow corners, it is an airfield circuit, street circuit and racing circuit all in one. You need to be on your toes and drive very close to the walls to be in the victory fight," said Dahlgren.

Thed Björk heads to Östersund still in the championship lead after a record first half of the season with four consecutive victories.

"I am really looking forward to get going again with the final sprint of the STCC and especially at this circuit. It is similar to Gothenburg and Solvalla, circuits that have tricky corners where you have to look for grip all the time. That suits me perfectly and I am really geared up for the weekend," said Björk.

 

Best points scorer in the final race weekend before the summer break at Falkenberg was reigning champion Fredrik Ekblom who is determined to stay in the top.

"Falkenberg was a really good weekend and I see no reason to expect anything else in Östersund. The weekend is for sure a white sheet of paper as no one has raced these cars here before. But that is nothing new for me and I adapt quickly," said Ekblom. 

 

The most recent race winner is 22-year-old Linus Ohlsson who dominated the second race in Falkenberg with a superior victory from pole position.

"I have had the speed to win for the last couple of races and everything came together in Falkenberg. Regarding Östersund, I like that type of circuit and I do think that I can be in the victory fight again. My goal for the second half of the season is to reach the podium overall in the championship, a goal that feels reasonable," said Ohlsson.

 

Prince Carl Philip Bernadotte has also had a strong end to the first half of the season after scoring points in three consecutive races.

"It has actually gone better than I expected. But as tough as the STCC field is, I am not taking anything for granted ahead of the second half. A new circuit means an even bigger challenge and for my part it is mainly about continuing to learn and build experience for the coming seasons," said Prince Carl Philip.

 

Get ready for this weekend's action with our onboard special, showing the best bits from the Volvo Polestar Racing cars in the first four races of the year:

 


Schedule STCC Östersund
Times in CET 
 
Friday 9/8
18.20 - STCC Test 1
21.00 - STCC Test 2

Saturday 10/8
12.10 - STCC Q1
12.30 - STCC Q2
12.45 - STCC Q3
15.20 - STCC Race

More information: 

Info and statistics Östersund

Length: 1930 m 
Lap record STCC: 0:54.744 (Engström, 2012)
Most victories drivers: 2 (Engström)
Most victories manufacturers: 2 (Honda)

Calendar STCC 2013
 
04/05 Knutstorp** 
08/06 Solvalla*
29/06 Göteborg*
13/07 Falkenberg**
10/08 Östersund*
24/08 Karlskoga**
07/09 Tierp Arena*
21/09 Mantorp Park**

* = One race
** = Two races

Team Line Up 2013
 
Volvo Polestar Racing
#11 Fredrik Ekblom
#12 Thed Björk 
 
Volvo Polestar Performance
#14 Robert Dahlgren
#15 Linus Ohlsson 
 
Volvo Polestar
#13 Carl Philip Bernadotte

Media Contact

Johan Meissner
Press Manager
Polestar AB
Phone: +46 [0]70 241 3234

05

AUG

Video: Volvo C30 Polestar Concept Car at Nürburgring Nordschleife

Join us for a look back at 2010 when we took our 405 HP Volvo C30 Concept Car to the legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife in Germany.

The car was built at the end of 2009 as a combination and celebration of Polestar's experience of the C30 model and the support of all the skilled persons within Volvo Cars.

 

Volvo Polestar Racing driver Robert Dahlgren drove the car at Nürburgring, watch the result in the video below:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJuZeparr4U 

 

Read more about the car: Volvo C30 Polestar Concept Car

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