The Rotax Grand Finals is reaching the climax. After the morning prefinals, everything is set at Ghibli Raceway in Sharm El Sheikh for the finals, which will be held in the afternoon.
As a bonus, the winner of the Senior category will be offered a test drive with Van Amersfoort Racing in Formula Renault 2.0 in 2010
The 10th edition of the event that will crown the Rotax world champions has so far been a great success, with very exciting races and a schedule well structured, which has seen no twitches or hiccups.
In Senior class, Luke Varley from the
In Junior, another Briton from the Euro Challenge, Matthew Parry took a very tight prefinal win over fellow countryman Ed Brand who finished 1 tenth behind, and Japan’s Ukyo Sasahara, over
In the two-speed class, DD2, South African Ralph Odendaal is living up to expectations and will start the final from pole position. Another Euro Challenge winner, Dennis Thum from
As a special price in celebration of Rotax Grand Finals 10th edition, the winner of the Senior category will be offered a test drive in Formula Renault 2.0 in 2010 courtesy of Van Amersfoort Racing.