Rotax World Finals
The Rotax Max Challenge, also known as RMC belongs to a kart racing series owned and formulated by BRP Powertrain and its merchandiser which is in compliance and being permitted with CIK-FIA.
The first edition of the Grand Finals, with 66 drivers from 19 countries, took place in 2000 on the island of Puerto Rico.
The competition is organized on a club, a national and international standard which round off in the Grand Finals once a year. The Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals is by far the fairest and most international kart sporting tournament globally.
Since all the drivers are equipped with the same controlled and sealed engines, chassis, fuel, and tires, it depends completely on the driver’s expertise to decide the competition’s winner.