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.
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
Sonoma 2014 Issue
Four drivers added to Team USA for Rotax Grand Finals following final rounds in Sonoma. The 2014 Rotax Challenge of the Americas season came to an end with the final two rounds of the six-race series returning to the picturesque Simraceway Performance Karting Center located in Sonoma, California. Battling with rain showers during the official practice day, the skies become full blue with the sun shining the remainder of the weekend to provide perfect racing weather. Over 100 drivers contested the seven Rotax Max Challenge categories in Sonoma, providing dramatic conclusions to the championship chases. Gavin Reichelt, Alan Rudolph, Phillip Arscott and Austin Versteeg left Sonoma as champions, earning tickets to the 2014 Rotax Grand Finals as part of Team USA. The three remaining class title winners – Donald Durbin Jr., Dylan Tavella and Jak Crawford – score a paid entry to this year’s United States Rotax Max Challenge Grand Nationals.
“Two Rotax Challenge of the America race winners receive free entry to the event”
April 8, 2014 – With the annual Rotax Summer Shootout set to take place June 27-29 at the famed Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah, track officials continue to add to the event. With online event registration and pit and garage reservations now open and partner hotels confirmed, the event is continuing to take shape. Dubbed as the “Unofficial Tune-Up” for the Rotax MAX Challenge United States Grand Nationals, Miller Motorsports Park officials sweetened the pot for two deserving race winners from this past weekend’s Rotax Challenge of the Americas event in Sonoma, California. Continue reading
March 13, 2014 – MAXSpeed Group, one of the top Rotax MAX distributors in the world, is once again set to provide awards for Rotax competitors. With the final rounds of the annual Florida Winter Tour (FWT) and Rotax Challenge of the Americas (COA) forthcoming, officials at the MAXSpeed Group will offer a free set of Mojo Tires to the hard charging participant in each division. Officially announced as the ‘#GoRotax Hard Charger Award presented by MAXSpeed Group’, the participant gaining the most positions in the main event will be awarded a free set of Mojo Tires at the podium celebrations that afternoon. Continue reading