Johan Kristoffersson was as good as destined to become something of a motorsport talent, as his father Tommy competed in rallycross and in the Swedish Touring Car Championship (STCC). This is also where Johan garnered his first experience in the junior section in 2008, before moving up to the main STCC category a year later. He was the 2011 championship runner-up in the Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia, and clinched his first titles a year later, winning the STCC, the Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia and the Superstars International Series in Italy. Johan Kristoffersson’s activities in the 2013 and 2014 seasons included the Swedish Rallycross Championship and he also won the Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia again in 2013.
Johan Kristoffersson competed full season in the FIA World Rallycross in 2015, and clinched 2nd overall in championship with a Volkswagen Polo RX. He also claimed the Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia title, as early as 3 events before the season ended.
With the brand new team Volkswagen RX Team Sweden, Johan competed full 2016 season in the FIA World Rallycross Championship. 3 podiums send him to the FIA prize galla in Vienna, where he could pick up the silver trophy as a proof for 2nd O/A.
In 2017 Johan teamed up with team Petter Solberg and Volkswagen Motorsport with the aim to be champions with the Polo RX. The season turned out to be a record-breaking season, as Johan won 7 of the 12 rounds in the championship and took home the World Champion Title. The PSRX team also claimed the manufacturer-title.
2018 became another successful year for Johan in the PSRX-team. He won 11 of 12 events with the Volkswagen Polo Supercar in the 2018 FIA World Rally Cross Championship and claimed his second World Champion Title.
In 2019 Johan Kristoffersson competed in the FIA WTCR with a Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR with Loeb Racing and ended up 5th in the standings after winning 3 races and 2nd in one race. A race to remember is the final race of the season in Malaysia were Johan took the victory in the rain after starting from P22. He also competed in the Swedish Rally Championship with a Volkswagen Polo R5. Co-driven by Stig Rune Skjærmoen he ended second in the standings.
2020 was a shortened and different season due to Covid-19. But after winning 4 of 8 races in the FIA World Rallycross Championship, the Swede claimed his 3rd victory in the championship.
2021 became the year when Johan won two different championships. At a very exciting season finale at Nürburgring for the 2021 FIA World Rallycross Championship, he managed to secure his fourth world championship title. Johan competed in the championship with new team KYB EKS JC in an Audi S1.
Also for 2021 he joined team Rosberg X Racing, to compete in the brand new series Extreme-E with an all-electric SUV Odyssey 21. Paired with Australian Molly Taylor, Johan won 3 of the 5 events in the series and won the first Extreme E championship title.
2008: Junior Touring Car Championship (JTCC)
2009: Swedish Touring Car Championship (STCC), runner-up in the Semcon Cup (privateer)
2011: Runner-up in the Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia
2012: Winner of the Swedish Touring Car Championship (STCC), winner of the Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia, winner of the Superstars International Series in Italy
2013: Swedish Rallycross Championship, GT Championship Italy, winner of the Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia
2014: Swedish Rallycross Championship
2015: 2nd overall in the FIA World Rallycross Championship. Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia Champion.
2016: 2nd overall in the FIA World Rallycross Championship.
2017: Champion in the FIA World Rallycross Championship. Victory at 7 of the 12 rounds in the season.
2018: Champion in the FIA World Rallycross Championship. Victory at 11 of 12 rounds in the season.
2019: 5th in the FIA WTCR with victory in 3 races. 2nd in the Swedish Rally Championship with a Volkswagen Polo R5.
2020: Champion in the FIA World Rallycross Championship for the third time. Victory at 4 of the 8 rounds in the season.
2021: Champion in the FIA World Rallycross Championship for the fourth time. The first Extreme E Champion.