The 2023 Rotax MAX Challenge US Trophy Final has crowned the new champions for this season in some thrilling racing at New Castle Motorsports Park in Indiana. With drivers representing eight nations joining the competition in the five Rotax MAX categories on the program, the international clash produced exciting races in the Final showdown.
The 2023 season of the Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy is history. Last weekend, the decisions within the top-class racing series were made in Brandon, Great Britain. The championship celebrated its racing premiere on the Paul Fletcher International Circuit and thus presented challenges to a total of almost 160 drivers from all over the world. In exciting races in sometimes very difficult conditions, the new title holders in Europe's highest Rotax championship were finally crowned after the seventh and eighth rounds.
BRP-Rotax as the owner of the Rotax MAX Challenge (RMC), the biggest mono-brand race series in the world, announces the change of the organizer of the RMC Euro Trophy effective from the start of the 2024 season.
The home stretch of the Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy is in sight. This coming weekend, the international Rotax racing series will usher in the all-important duels of the championship with the last stop of this year's racing calendar. For this purpose, a premiere awaits the numerous players from all over the world: For the first time, the racing circus will make a guest appearance at the Paul Fletcher International Circuit in England, thus providing completely new challenges in the individual classifications.
The legend that makes Le Mans one of the most special and memorable venues in motorsport continued to inspire the 293 competitors who participated at the fifth annual edition of the Rotax MAX Challenge International Trophy over the weekend of July 26th to 29th.
The Canada Final 2023 is on the horizon and the compe-tition for the title is going to be spectacular! The series takes place in Western Canada over two action-packed weekends at different locations and is also open to international drivers.
On the race track in Mariembourg, Belgium, the international Rotax elite went all out again last weekend. The Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy ushered in the second half of the season and brought the championship decisions a whole lot closer with the fifth and sixth rounds. 145 drivers from all over the world gave full throttle and fought for the victories in a total of five categories, sometimes in the most difficult weather conditions. In the end, familiar faces were joined by new names on the podium of the event.
Mark your calendars for the new date of the Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Festival! The highly anticipated event for the youngest Rotax competitors will take place from October 27-29, 2023 and promises to deliver an unforgettable weekend of terrific racing action at Karting Genk ‘Home of Champions’ in Belgium.
This coming weekend, the almost six-week wait for participants in the Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy will finally come to an end. In Mariembourg, Belgium, the Austrian engine manufacturer's top-class racing series will kick off the second half of the season with the third race of the year. More than 150 competitors are registered on the entry list for the event. It’s no doubt that the racing action is expected to be thrilling on the 1,366-meter circuit in view of the progressing championship.
Ikast, Denmark is set to witness a new era of motorsport in August, when the Rotax E20 E-Kart Championship is taking place. From August 11-13, 2023 the Danish E-Kart Championship will electrify the track at Ikast with fierce competitions in the Rotax E20 Senior, E20 Senior Master, and E20 Junior categories.
In Val d'Argenton, France, the Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy took place last weekend for the halfway race of the 2023 season. 112 drivers from all over the world fought thrilling duels for the next points in the prestigious championship, showing karting at the highest level. The 1,280-meter circuit created space for exciting racing action, from which four double winners emerged in the end.
The second event of the Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy is about to start. Next weekend, the engines will be roaring in the French Val d'Argenton as part of the top-class racing series. 130 drivers will make their way to the challenging course 120km southeast of Nantes. The third and fourth scoring races are eagerly awaited, as they will ultimately be the mid-term decisions of this year's season for the European Rotax elite.
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