Canadian Rotax Summer Challenge presentation
9 February 2015
The first edition of the Canadian Rotax Summer Challenge is proud to roll out another string of announcements for racers and teams alike.
Since the announcement of the race to be held on July 30 August 2 in Warburg, Alberta, the promotors have been bombarded with questions and the series is pleased to release important prizing information.
Prizes are coming in heavy for all classes and the highlight trip has to be the RMC Grand finals ticket which will be awarded to the champion of the DD2 Masters Category – brought to you by SRA Karting!
Mosport Kartways is proud to present entries to the 2015 ASN Canadian Karting Championships.
Andy Seesemann from the Rotax Challenge of the Americas has stepped up with entries to the final round of the 2016 series as well and stated, “I am excited to offer these prizes to the Canadian Rotax Summer Challenge. Since the inception of the Challenge of the Americas, Canadian racers have been a vital part of the success of our series. It started with our first Jr. Max Champion, Canadian Phillip Orcic and continues today with names like Choquer, Dowler, Fulham, Ritter and Kacic. I am happy to introduce our brand of racing to several more Canadians next year.”
Finally there are two entries to the US Rotax Open finale in Las Vegas this November for Minimax and DD2 Masters – brought to you by Overdrive Motorsports.
Prize Allocation is as follows:
Micro-Max, Junior Max, Senior Max, Masters FR125 Max:
– 1st place: Canadian Karting Championships entry & tires
– 2nd place: Challenge of the America’s 2016 final weekend entry
– 3rd place: prize TBA
– 1st place: Las Vegas Open entry & tires
– 2nd Place: Canadian Karting Championships entry & tires
– 3rd place: Challenge of the America’s 2016 final weekend entry
– 1st Place: RMCGF ticket
– 2nd place: Las Vegas Open entry & tires
– 3rd place Challenge of the America’s 2016 final weekend entry
The series is also wanting to gauge interest from the DD2 Senior and 6 speed shifter kart community. As with new trends for shifter club racing, the rules would be pretty basic as any 125cc – 6-speed gearbox kart would be welcome. Please let us know if you would like to attend this event!
For more information on the Canadian Rotax Summer Challenge or to sponsor the event with prizes, please contact Joey Guyon at 403-652-5010 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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