2014 Rotax Grand Finals – Tuesday
25 November 2014
First day on track with 3 practices for each class. The first session was not timed with the aim of terminate to break in the engine and track learning for the drivers.
Practices 2 & 3 were timed and but as the practices is also there to test the timing system, we couldn’t get all times as their experienced problem during the second session for some classes.
Team Canada did well in DD2 and MAX senior classes while it was a bit more difficult in Junior and DD2 Masters. There is no panic as all classes still have 2 practices tomorrow before the qualifyings and many drivers from other countries already drove that track. After 5 practice sessions, this will not be a factor.
You can follow the 2014 Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals with live broadcasting and timing at this address http://www.rotax-kart.com/en/Max-Challenge/Grand-Finals/Grand-Finals-2014/Livestream
See our photo album on Facebook (https://facebook.com/rmc.canada) which will be updated every day.
We will also have a daily video which will be a short interview with drivers. Today the interview is with Stuart Clark and Jeffrey Kingsley who speak about the challenges this track is offering for the drivers. Click here for today’s video.
Don’t forget the time difference between Spain and Canada (Eastern Time + 6, Pacific Time + 9).