BRP CELEBRATES 15 ANNIVERSARY FINALS IN VALENCIA, SPAIN

RMCGF Country FlagsGunskirchen, Austria, April 16, 2014 – BRP will celebrate the 15 th anniversary of the Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals (RMCGF) at Kartodromo Internacional Lucas Guerrero in Valencia, Spain from November 25 to 29, 2014.

“We are proud to celebrate the 15 th anniversary of the RMCGF, especially in Spain as it will be our first time on the Spanish mainland,” said François Tremblay, marketing director, Rotax kart engines, BRP. “We hope to attract a broad audience thanks to the region’s history of motorsports racing.”

Circuito Kartodromo ValenciaValencia is not only famous for its historic monuments, views and cultural attractions, it is also known for its motorsport events like the Formula One Grand Prix and the motorcycle Grand Prix. Close to 300 qualified Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals racers, coming from over 50 countries, will feel the spirit of racing in Valencia’s Kartodromo Internacional LucasGuerrero.

“Hosting the 2014 RMCGF is a great opportunity to promote internationally our brand-new facility in Chiva, which is located about 30 km from Valencia,” stated Lucas Guerrero, GT - series driver and owner of the karting circuit.

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Rotax Grand FInals location announced

RMCGF 2014We are proud to announce the location of the Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals 2014

Kartodromo Internacional Lucas Guerrero - Chiva/Valencia - Spain

Date: 25th - 29th of November, 2014

 

National Round 2 Cape Town - 26.04.2014

 

ZWARTKOPS CLOSED FOR THE EASTER WEEKEND

Zwartkops Kart Circuit is closed from Friday 18 April 2014 to Tuesday 22 April 2014. The Circuit will be open for practice on 23 April 2014.

 

HUGE UPSWING IN ROTAX MAX CHALLENGE KARTING FOR 2014

DD2 victor Eugene BrittzRound One of the 2014 SA Rotax Max Challenge Karting Championships in Port Elizabeth at the weekend signalled a huge up-swing in karting’s premier formula. No less than 25 karts scored points in the super-quick Rotax DD2 Gearbox class, with nail-biting racing in all three races counting towards Round One of the four-round SA champs for 2014.

When the dust settled after the final bend in race three it was the experienced Eugene Brittz who won the day, his win in heat one and second place in heat two being capped by a somewhat surprising race three victory after his two closest rivals went farming in the closing stages of race three on the tight Celso Scribante circuit.

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