The North American Rotax importer MaxSpeed ??is in Valencia for the 2014 Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals. With 22 drivers from the US and 13 Canadian drivers, the North American representation is one of the most significant of the field, especially when the quality is considered. In addition to individual victories MaxSpeed ??is very interested in the Nations Cup, won last year by USA.
The www.gorotax.com site offers extensive information on Rotax competitions in the US and Canada, while everything from the World event goes on the GoRotax Facebook page. The MaxSpeed ??team has not been idle and has posted news, photos and especially videos from Spain. A dynamism which many countries could inspired by that reflects the ambitions of this important Rotax distributor.
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A Partner of the 2014 Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals in Valencia as a supplier of chassis to the Max Junior category, Sodi is taking this opportunity to present its Racing and Rental ranges to the international public and professionals attracted to the event.
Electric propulsion is now perfectly controlled, either with new lithium batteries or classic lead versions, continues to attract new recreational indoor tracks around the world. The LRX model for youngsters is a version of the famous RTX, and demonstrates the continuous innovation at Sodi.
The same goes for the two-seater kart "2Drive" that offers an amazing opportunity for learning and training, with family, with or without an instructor, safely. Usage by persons with disabilities is also possible.
The range of accessories and clothing from Itaka have been a great success with competitors at the Grand Final.
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Event organisers Helmut Voglsam (BRP Powertrain) and Arnaldo Frias (Korridas) join us to talk about the Spanish 15th edition of the ROTAX Max Challenge Grand Finals. In addition, the top 3 Nations Cup place-getters from the 2013 New Orleans RMCGF - Josh Smith (USA), Rui Viera (Spain) and Ian Black (AUS).
Un pilote espagnol, Carlos Gil, plus un technicien français, Ludovic Vève, et voilà comment obtenir le 2e temps au chrono Max Senior à la Grande Finale Rotax de Valencia. Sur la photo, c'est Carlos qui tient les commandes du tandem magique, mais dans la course, le partage est plus équitable... Une complicité qui les a déjà mené au titre de Champion d'Espagne cette année. A suivre de près pendant la RMCGF 2014 !
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