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.