The Desert Gear: chassis partners for the RMC Grand Finals 2021 in Bahrain

Published on Thursday, May 20, 2021

The Desert Gear: chassis partners for the RMC Grand Finals 2021 in Bahrain

Gunskirchen, Austria  – BRP-Rotax is pleased to announce the Chassis Partners for the 2021s Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals. The worldwide Rotax family will meet for the annual highlight of the karting season at the Bahrain International Karting Circuit from 11th to 18th of December, 2021. 

“Our long-term Chassis partners, BirelART, IP Karting (Praga), and Sodikart will again support us for the RMC Grand Finals 2021 with their high-quality chassis and their competence”, says Peter Oelsinger, General Manager BRP-Rotax, and Vice President Sales, Marketing RPS-Business & Communications. “To bring all the 380 chassis, engines, tools, and equipment to Bahrain is a logistical effort for the organization team and the third parties. Therefore, it is essential to have reliable and professional partners on your side to guarantee a smooth process. Even more so as we will be having 7 classes instead of 6 this year, adding the exciting Rotax Project E20 E-Kart category to this prestigious event.”

The Chassis partners will support the following classes at the RMC Grand Finals 2021:

BirelART: Rotax 125 Micro MAX and Rotax 125 MAX DD2 

IPKarting (Praga): Rotax 125 Mini MAX and Rotax 125 MAX DD2 Masters 

Sodikart: Rotax 125 Junior MAX, Rotax 125 Senior MAX and Rotax Project E20

The best 380 drivers of the worldwide Rotax MAX Challenges will compete throughout one week for the podium of this outrageous event. The Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals offers a fair chance for everyone: all drivers take part with the same equipment, provided by BRP-Rotax and our chassis partners. And this makes this event so special: it is not the material that determines a win or the de-feat – only the driver’s skill, nerves, and strategy.

For more information about Rotax MAX Challenges, please visit our website.

 

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