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The brand new Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy is ready to go. There are only a few days left until Europe's new Rotax top league of karting kicks off. The new series has been approved by BRP-Rotax and represents the official successor of the former Ro- tax MAX Euro Challenge, which has been discontinued by the end of 2017.

The Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy will comprise four rounds in 2018: Genk (Belgium), Kristianstad (Sweden), Bruck (Austria) and Wackersdorf (Germany) are the venues of this year's tour. Only estab- lished top karting circuits have been selected for the debut season, offering the most modern and pro- fessional standards to the elite drivers of the Rotax racing community. Equally the 3-day-format and lim- ited number of tyre sets will keep costs in line. An experienced crew, gathered around organiser Meik Wagner from Camp Company GmbH, will guarantee smooth running of the events which will feature live streaming and live timing of course.




The new concept obviously hits the market's demand: Over 120 drivers entered the Rotax MAX Chal- lenge Euro Trophy in the categories of junior, senior, DD2 and DD2 Masters, representing over 20 na- tions from all over the world. Each of them does not only head for the European crown but for a place in the Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals in Brazil. A total of nine tickets will be awarded at the end of the year for the big showdown of the world's best Rotax drivers.

The premiere of the Rotax MAX Euro trophy will take place from April 20th to 22nd in Genk, the so- called "Home of Champions". The international track in Belgium is popular with the drivers and offers a variety of corners and straights on its 1.360 metres long lap, which has been the setting of many thrilling and unpredictable races.

The outcome of the upcoming competition is even more difficult to foresee, if one has a look at the entry lists: Several newcomers and youngsters will clash with experienced old stager and well-known Rotax faces. Yet the are some favourites worth to be mentioned: Multiple World Champion Cristiano Morgado from South Africa belongs to the most successful karting drivers: In 2018 the Rotax icon is ready to at- tack in the DD2 Masters category. Austria's Constantin Schoell (Daems Racing) must be mentioned as favourite for the DD2 class, since he won the European crown in 2017. That applies to Jordan Brown- Nutley (Dan Holland Racing). The Brit took the European title of the senior class in 2017 and aims to defend it in the Euro Trophy 2018.

But these names mark only the tip of the iceberg: All told the Rotax MAX Euro Trophy promises a highly balanced level of competition and most thrilling race action in each category. Let's see who will set the pace at the kick-off in Genk.

More information regarding reports, photos, results and live TV stream are available on the official web- site



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International > CIK-FIA

18/04/18 - 09:31

Euro CIK Sarno J-1



Demain jeudi 19 avril débuteront les premiers Championnat d'Europe CIK-FIA de la saison 2018 pour les catégories OK et OK-Junior. Ce sera aussi la première épreuve CIK-FIA pour le nouveau promoteur RGMMC.


Les prévisions météorologiques sont très bonnes jusqu'à samedi avec du soleil et des températures dépassant les 25°. Par contre, le temps est incertain pour dimanche: quelques sites annoncent de la pluie et d'autre du beau temps...


Horaire prévisionnel

Jeudi 19 avril: essais libres non-officiels


Vendredi 20 avril

8h30 - 15h25: essais libres officiels 3x15'

15h35 - 17h00: essais qualificatifs


Samedi 21 avril

8h00 - 9h25: warm-up 10'

9h30 - 18h25: manches qualificatives


Dimanche 22 avril

9h00 - 10h25: warm-up 10'

10h30 - 12h25: manches qualificatives

14h00 - 14h25: finale OK-Junior

15h00 - 15h30: finale OK



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17/04/18 - 14:16

CIK-FIA Media 2018



Accreditations for CIK-FIA competitions are now centralised on a website. All requests must be made online at


Each publication must first create an account by filling in the required fields. In a second step, the photographers, journalists or editors will be able to register through the publication to which they contribute


Finally, each publication must make a request for accreditation for each representative for each event by simply clicking on their name in the calendar section.


All requests must be made two weeks before each event. They will then be validated by the CIK-FIA Media Coordinator. The procedure will progressively take place from the Sarno meeting.


Upon arrival at the circuit, photographers and journalists will be welcomed by the CIK-FIA Media Coordinator in the RGMMC awning from Friday.


For further information, contact Renaud Didier, CIK-FIA Media Coordinator:
Mobile: +33 6 12 017 633 - Email:



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