Rotax have developed a unique events management system which allows organisers to easily check competitors equipment and now boasts the feature of real time communication between organisers, competitors and officials.
The 2018 Rotax Max Northern Regions Karting Championship exploded into action at a dramatic and eventful opening round at the Zwartkops International Kart Track on Saturday with a few surprise results, some expected outcomes and plenty action both on and off the Pretoria racetrack.
Rotax entered the tyre market in 2005 with a hard compound, the durable Mojo D1 tyre for all classes to reduce the tyre costs – a very significant cost in karting. The very successful D2 followed and is still serving Junior Max and the Clubmans classes very well. The premier classes demanded higher performance tyres, thus the quest for good performance and tyre longevity – two things that often seem mutually exclusive – is the ongoing challenge.
While it is really very easy to upgrade from Micro Max to Mini Max – only a radiator, ECU and an exhaust are required to complete the upgrade. The initial outlay to upgrade from Maxterino or Mini Rok is significant if you do not own a Rotax engine - we have a very special deal starting right now to solve this problem.
After being challenged at the first corner by Kris Walton, Farkas calculated his move past the former V8 Utes Champion and then comfortably eased away.
Awarded during the championship celebrations on Sunday afternoon, one lucky person or group will receive the honor of taking home the Dan Wheldon Ambassador Award trophy and accompanying prizes.
“New series for Colorado region sprint racing community” Following the successful footsteps of MAXSpeed Entertainment’s US Open series program, a new regional program has been established for Colorado region sprint kart racers. Featuring Shifter and Rotax classes with support from MG Tires and MAXSpeed, the new series schedule will stop at four Super Colorado Sprint […]