Incredible Finals to close the second RMCIT

Incredible Finals to close the second RMCIT Read more

The last day of the 2020 Rotax MAX Challenge International Trophy was rich in spectacle and twists on the Kartódromo Internacional do Algarve. Fought at 100% intensity on a dry track and in mixed conditions, the Finals showed the extraordinary competitiveness of the Rotax categories with top level participants coming from all over the world, despite a not particularly favourable health situation, before rewarding the big winners.

Superb sporting clashes in the Heats and Prefinals

Superb sporting clashes in the Heats and Prefinals Read more

The weather improved greatly during the Prefinals of the Rotax MAX Challenge International Trophy in Portimão and the variations in grip seen since the Qualifying Heats resulted in races as exciting as they were selective in all categories.

Gamble succeeds in Portimão

Gamble succeeds in Portimão Read more

Originally scheduled at the height of summer in Le Mans, the 2nd edition of the Rotax MAX Challenge International Trophy had to adapt to the Covid-19 pandemic like everyone else. Thanks to the important preparation work carried out by the 3MK Events team, the event could be rescheduled in Portugal from 8th to 13th December 2020. With nearly 230 participants and a rigorous health protocol, the competition is already shaping up to be a success as the Qualifying Practices have just been completed.

Great Racing in Adria, cancelation Genk, and we have the new 2020 RMC Euro Champions

Great Racing in Adria, cancelation Genk, and we have the new 2020 RMC Euro Champions Read more

The Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy has heralded the final spurt of the 2020 racing season. The ultimate event of the championship took place on the Adria Karting Raceway, near Venice. After stops in Belgium and Germany, the race in Italy opened the decisive stage of the three-round series as the fourth and last round in Genk was cancelled.

Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy: Mid-season race celebrates new winners

Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy: Mid-season race celebrates new winners Read more

Four weeks after the kick-off of the Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy in Belgium, the European Rotax racers headed for Germany where the second round of the season was held from September 4th to 6th, 2020. Venue was the Prokart Raceland in Wackersdorf which equally hosted the halfway event of the elite RMC racing format. Although the Micro and Mini MAX categories were not part of program this time, over 100 drivers from more than 20 nations entered the second meeting of the year, providing the opening round winners and overall leaders a competitive mid-season event.

RMC Euro Trophy Winter Cup: full house and full of action

RMC Euro Trophy Winter Cup: full house and full of action Read more

Best prepared, the modern karting complex of Campillos near Malaga was a perfect venue for the season kick-off – a challenging 1,588 metres long track with professional facilities for all involved. And even the weather was perfect. A sunny but windy weekend with temperatures of about 18° C guaranteed best race conditions for the drivers who were heading for victory in the categories of Micro MAX, Junior MAX, Senior MAX, MAX DD2 and MAX DD2 Masters.

Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy Crowns 2019 Champions

Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy Crowns 2019 Champions Read more

After stops in Adria (Italy) and Kristianstad (Sweden), the Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy travelled to Wackersdorf, Germany, from September 6th to 8th. In the modern facility of the Prokart Raceland, the Rotax elite once again gathered for the big finale of the year and was challenged by changeable weather conditions throughout the weekend. Yet the 1,190-metre long circuit in Bavaria kept dry most of the time and once again proved to be the perfect soil for exciting and action-packed racing, which in the end did not only ascertain some new winners but four worthy champions and seven delegates for the RMC Grand Finals in Sarno (IT) in October ...

Thrilling halftime event at the Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy in Sweden

Thrilling halftime event at the Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy in Sweden Read more

In the middle of the summer month of July (12th – 14th) the Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy headed northwards. Six weeks after the outstanding season kick-off at the Italian Adria International Karting Raceway, the Asum-Ring in Kristianstad, Sweden, was the next top race track in the calendar of Europe's professional RMC karting series. 85 drivers from around 20 nations made their journey to Scandinavia to compete in the 2019 mid-season event on the 1,234 metre circuit. The spectators on-site, as well as the fans watching the live stream, witnessed some thrilling battles throughout the weekend program, at the end of which some new faces were added to the European Rotax winners’ list while the first champion was crowned as well.

Four double winners at the opening round of the Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy 2019

Four double winners at the opening round of  the Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy 2019 Read more

From May 31 to June 2, the waiting was finally over: The Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy 2019 kicked off its second year. In April, the series had already given an impressive foretaste of the season with a successful Open race format at Genk, Belgium. Now, round one officially opened the championship in Italy. Therefore, the choice fell on the ultra-modern track of the Adria Karting Raceway not far from Venice