|RMC Classes & Rules|
Technical Update - April 13, 2009
Effective immediately - Dimension for exhaust port Template Verification for Jr Max cylinder part number
223 994 will be 1.10 mm. Part numbers 223 999 & 223 998 remain unchanged @ .90mm.
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2009 United States RMC Class Structure:
The class structure for the 2009 United States Rotax Challenge is now set. The requirements for the Micro Max class, introduced in 2008, will remain without changes. For 2009 a new classification for the DD 2 class will introduce the DD 2 Masters. There is no separate class for this classification but DD 2 class members can designate themselves as Masters for recognition.
At the 2009 Rotax Grand Nationals the top 3 finishers classified as Masters drivers will be recognized. For the 2009 Rotax National Points the Masters classified drivers will also be recognized separately. Additional notes pertaining to the 2009 USRKC Class Structure can be found in the official 2009 US Rotax Kart Challenge rule book.
Micro Max-----Age 7 to 10-----235 lbs. minimum - Engine Resource Page
MiniMax-----Age 9 to 12-----265 lbs. minimum - Engine Resource Page
Junior*-----Age 13 to 16-----320 lbs. minimum - Engine Resource Page
Senior Max-----Age 15 & up-----365 lbs. minimum - Engine Resource Page
Master-----Age 16 & up-----405 lbs. minimum- Engine Resource Page
DD-2-----Age 15 & up-----385 lbs. minimum- Engine Resource Page
*DD2 Masters: DD2 drivers reaching the age of 32 by October 31, 2009 may declare to be recognized as a DD 2 Master. At the USRKC Grand Nationals and for USRKC National Points the top masters drivers will be recognized separately. All DD2 drivers will compete together, there will not be a separate class for DD 2 Masters.
Additional information of the United States Rotax Kart Challenge can be found at: