Rotax Max Challenge

The Rotax MAX Challenge (RMC) stands as a prestigious kart racing series meticulously established, owned, and orchestrated by BRP-Powertrain and its affiliated distributors. This series adheres to a “one-make-engine” framework, permitting exclusively Rotax kart engines. It comprises three distinct race classes: 125 Junior Max, 125 Senior Max, and 125 Max DD2.

RMC operates under the esteemed authorization and sanction of CIK/FIA, utilizing Rotax kart engines subjected to rigorous scrutiny and sealing procedures to ensure uniform performance. These sealing measures are diligently administered by accredited distributors or their authorized service centers.

Success in RMC competitions primarily hinges on a driver’s skill and their proficiency in configuring the engine and chassis combination, while adhering to the “Rotax Sporting and Technical Regulations.” Additionally, the mandatory use of MOJO tires further levels the playing field.

Rotax kart product authorized distributors extend a national RMC program that aligns with the stipulated “Rotax Sporting and Technical Regulations” established by BRP-Powertrain. This commitment to standardized rules fosters equitable competition among semi-professional kart racers who share a common passion and interest in the sport.

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