More Than Just Racing
RGMMC launch a new global concept for drivers to showcase their talent across the globe. The opening event will take place at the racetrack of Al Forsan in Abu Dhabi the 20-22 of November this year. The opening event will host 3 categories, Mini 60 (chassis – Parolin powered by TM) and OK-N Junior and OK-N Senior (chassis – Kart Republic powered by IAME).
In the ever-evolving world of motorsport, the pursuit of more diverse racing opportunities and the discovery of promising talent are vital for the sport’s growth and sustainability. Recognizing this need, RGMMC has taken a bold step by creating an academy program. This innovation not only opens doors for aspiring drivers but also expands karting to new markets, making the sport more accessible to enthusiasts worldwide.
In collaboration with the F1 Academy
“With so much momentum building around F1 Academy, we must continue to strengthen the pipeline of talent coming into our sport. We look forward to this collaboration with Champions of The Future which will create a clear pathway from karting into F1 Academy. COTFA will operate a lottery system for the chassis and engines plus implement a fixed budget, giving us the opportunity to identify the top talent across all age groups. We will also provide the best in the senior category with an F1 Academy test, giving them a chance to prove themselves to our teams. Champions of the Future shares F1 Academy’s vision to increase female participation, create opportunity and allow clear progression up the motorsport ladder.”
Susie Wolff, Managing Director of F1 Academy
Find all the information, including the provisional list of entrants and provisional timetables, on the website www.championskartingacademy.com.
Info Champions of the Future Academy