The RGMMC Rotax Max Winter Cup is the first Rotax International event of the year, giving drivers & teams the opportunities to kick off their racing calendars and get ready for the Rotax Max Euro Challenge.
For the first time ever RGMMC will include the popular Rotax Mini Max, limited to 34 entries, first come – first serve.
Belgium, the small country with a tremendous motorsport tradition hosts the ROTAX MAX Euro Challenge for many years now. The 1.350 metres long track at Genk represents one of the most modern karting circuits and provides a huge challenge for the drivers. The highly technical track combines demanding chicanes with high speed passages and requires full concentration at all times. Two long straights make for many overtaking manoeuvres following some challenging hairpins.
Sologne Karting in Salbris is a traditional karting track. The 1.500 metres long circuit in the heart of France offers everything for a perfect race event. Around 200 kilometres south of Paris, the track was venue of five World Championships and 15 European Championships in the past and marks a fix occasion for the ROTAX Euro Challenge, too.
To be confirmed by Italian ASN
“7 Laghi” at Castelletto Di Branduzzo in Italy belongs to the most beautiful stop in the calendar. The 1.256 metres long track does not only provide perfect facilities but is quite popular with the drivers for its demanding and diversified characteristics. As its name implies (seven lakes) the complex is situated right within a lake district not too far away from Milan, which offers a good opportunity to combine a few days of holiday with the racing weekend.