CEE-RMC hits the halfway point in Austria

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Last weekend, the CEE-RMC racing series reached the mid-way stage for 2023 titles, with the ultimate goal of the drivers winning their tickets for the RMC Grand Finals in Bahrain this December. The third edition was hosted by the Speedworld circuit at Pachfurth, close to the national capital. 

The event programme of the CEE-RMC follows the same format at each of the five rounds of the competitive regional championship. Friday there is an engine lottery, where the Micro MAX, Mini MAX, MAX Junior and MAX Senior classes are allocated their Rotax 125 MAX Evo engine supplied by the organisation. Saturday there are more practice sessions and qualification, and on Sunday the races: pre-final, final and super final. This included some closely-fought, as always, competition once again at the Austrian circuit. Thanks to engine raffle, it takes the experience of the mechanics and the knowledge of the drivers to do well in races, which makes the rounds extremely exciting. 
During the year the CEE-RMC series visits five different circuits: Jesolo (I), Bruck (A), Bruck (A), Trinec (CZ), Slovakia Ring (SK). The next stop will be the Czech Republic from 4-6 August, and the last round will be on a brand new track in Slovakia in the middle of October.
The championship is tight in almost all categories, every point counts, but competing in a strong international field is also good for development, so it's worth every karting enthusiast joining in. Everyone is welcome! More information: https://www.kartingcee.eu/races/

Standings after three rounds: 
Micro MAX
1.     Rózsa Dominik (HUN) – 348 points
2.     Jocius Patrikas (LTU) – 332 points
3.     Drexler Mathias (AUT) – 312 points
Mini MAX
1.     Rogowski Alex (POL) – 314 points
2.     Soltys Martin (SVK) – 290 points
3.     Kubera Jakub (CZE) – 286,5 points
MAX Junior
1.     Patrik Lipovics (HUN) – 325 points
2.     Michalik Patryk (POL) – 311 points
3.     Aatola Vilho (FIN) – 311 points
MAX Senior
1.     Krepcsik Aron (HUN) – 360 points
2.     Argun Mete (AUT) – 295 points
3.     Trobec Nik (SLO) – 292 points
1.     Vida Benedek (HUN) – 351 points
2.     Joerg Nico (AUT) – 316 points
3.     Maslakiewicz Dawid (POL) – 307 points
DD2 Masters
1.     Brenkusch Andreas (AUT) – 336 points
2.     Tankevicius Martynas (LTU) – 335 points
3.     Biryuk Kyrylo (POL) – 331 points 

by Jennifer Wade © photo Jakub Rovny - race.sk


Created by: cggiuliano - 23/06/23

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