Al Ain Raceway played host not only to the most anticipated Rotax event of the season. It was also the stage of one of the most important business meetings for the future of the most successful Rotax series in the European continent, the Rotax Max Euro Challenge.
Report Vroom / Photo B.Kaligis
RGMMC owner Roland Geidel, the charismatic organizer of the top Rotax European series, met with BRP-Powertrain Manager Christian Mundigler and stroke an exclusive deal that will make sure the RGMMC – Rotax partnership will continue to produce one of the most exciting karting series until 2016.
“I want to thank BRP-Powertrain for renewing their trust in our organization – Roland Geidel says. The Rotax Euro Challenge has come a long way since its inception in 2004, and yet the philosophy has remained intact. Bringing new drivers in the sport of karting through our series, which ensures fair and exciting competition open to all, will continue to be RGMMC and Rotax common goal.”
“BRP-Powertrain is very happy to renew the contract with RGMMC for the exclusive organization of the Rotax MAX Euro Challenge untill 2016 – states Christian Mundigler. It’s one of our most successful relationships to date in the promotion of our concept, which stands for fair and safe competition with good sportmanship. The cooperation with RGMMC will be further extended by introducing new projects for more Rotax racing activities in order to attract more Hobby and Amateur Racers and to show to the public how COOL Karting is.”