Announced at the 2013 Rotax MAX Challenge United States Grand Nationals that the Rotax Mini MAX class would receive extensive changes for the 2015 season, BRP Rotax and the MAXSpeed Group are able to release the final details for the class.Coming into effect on January 1, 2015, the following bulletin outlines the new rules for the Rotax Mini MAX division. While these rules differ from other countries around the world, we have worked with several industry leaders and Rotax drivers from around the world to develop a solid foundation to build upon. We feel that they have been best suited to fit the United States karting market as we move forward into a new karting season.If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to contact me at the MAXSpeed Group offices at 954.251.0017.
MAXSpeed Group, the United States distributor for Rotax MAX, Mojo and XPS products would like to announce a 12-month Warranty Campaign in conjunction with BRP-Powertrain effective from September 1, 2014 until the end of the calendar year.All Rotax MAX Engines (DD2, Senior, Junior, Mini and Micro) sold between the dates of September 1, 2014 and December 31, 2014 will automatically receive 12 months worth of warranty, rather than the normal six-month time frame. Offering an extended warranty such as this boasts BRP-Powertrain’s commitment and efforts in providing the best and most reliable engine package in the karting market.
All engines sold by MAXSpeed Group to their service centers and dealer network will be registered for this program utilizing the engine serial number. No registration by purchaser or end user will need to be completed.
The 12-Month Warranty Campaign is valid on new engines only.
For more information on this program, please contact your authorized Rotax MAX Service Center, Dealer or the MAXSpeed Group.
AMP Will be open friday night for practice until 9PM. Camping overnight is allowed but you MUST clear it through Timel.
Schedule for the event is Here.
As we are combining our event with the So-Cal Sprinters event, we want to make it easy on our competitors to enter the race. So-Cal Sprinters will process all the entries, so please go towww.so-calsprinters.com to download an entry form or enter at the track. As this is a combined race, entry fees will be slightly less and all SoCal competitors will pay the So-Cal Sprinters non-member track entry rate.
Competitors may bring their own fuel and tires and run either new or used MOJO tires. Tires and fuel are available at Full Throttle Karting, or one of our class sponsors. Please pre-order fuel and tires from FTK/SoCal Rotax or your favorite dealer, as there will be a very limited supply on hand at the event.
Gates will open at noon on August 23rd, with practice scheduled to begin at 2pm. There will be two rounds of practice, qualifying, one heat race and a final race. The event should end by 10pm.
We will be utilizing the So-Cal Sprinters layout at Adams Motorsports Park.
Same three fantastic facilities in three month span set for winter international Rotax championship
ORANGE, CA (August 8, 2014) – The Rotax Challenge of the Americas is proud to announce the schedule for the 2015 program this winter. Each year, the premier winter karting series on the left coast has grown in numbers and seen an increase in the competition level, while still providing the friendly atmosphere that makes each weekend at the Challenge feel like a true vacation. The three weekend, three month journey begins January 2015 in the outskirts of the Arizona desert, and ends in March in northern California’s wine country. Seven talented and skillful drivers will add their names to the growing champions list of the Challenge, with four earning a ticket to take part in the annual Rotax Grand Finals in 2015. Continue reading