Australian 3rd as Rotax Euro Finale Cancelled

UAE-based Australian Lachlan Robinson has placed third in the 2020 Rotax MAX Euro Trophy.

Robinson was sitting third in the Senior MAX points after the third round at Adria recently. However, with the fourth and final round now cancelled (see below), he has now been confirmed as third in the series.

The effort earns Robinson his fourth start in a Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Final, which for this year will be held at Portimao in January 2021.

Lachlan Robinson

Rotax Euro press release

To all competitors and teams,

We would like to inform you all that we will not be proceeding with the final race weekend of the 2020 ROTAX MAX Euro Trophy season, which was scheduled to take place at Karting Genk in Belgium between November 6th and 8th 2020. This now confirms the conclusion of the racing season.

This decision has not been an easy one, as it has been made in respect of the continuing COVID-19 situation, ensuring the health and safety of everyone, which is in our best interests, along from a sporting point of view that not everyone will be able to attend.


We would like to thank everyone that has supported the Rotax Max Euro Trophy under the current climate, and appreciate your participation and support.


Confirmation of championship results, along with the ticket winners for the Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals:

Junior MAX – all three drivers will head to Portugal!

  • New Champion: Kai Rillearts (#274 – BEL – JJ Racing) – 145 points
  • Vice Champion: Tim Gerhards (#205 – NED – SP Motorsport) – 78 points
  • Third Place: Valentin Kluss (#201 – GER – RS Competition) – 65 points

Senior MAX – all three drivers will head to Portugal!

  • Back-to-back Champion: Mathilda Olsson (#300 – SWE – Strawberry Racing) – 102 points
  • Vice Champion: Sean Butcher (#349 – GBR – KR-Sport) – 65 points
  • Third Place: Lachlan Robinson (#326 – UAE – KR-Sport) – 61 points

DD2 MAX – the Champion and Vice Champion head to Portimao!

  • New Champion: Xander Przybylak (#402 – BEL – Bouvin Power) – 83 points
  • Vice Champion: Glenn Van Parijs (#419 – BEL – Bouvin Power) – 74 points
  • Third Place: Petr Bezel (#461 – CZE – KSCA Sodi Europe) – 74 points

DD2 Masters – the champion will go to the Algarve!

  • New Champion – Sebastien Rumpelhardt (#509 – GER – RS Competition) – 106 points
  • Vice Champion – Slawomir Muranski (#561 – POL – 46 Team) – 81 points
  • Third Place – Rudy Champion (#544 – FRA – PKS Compétition) – 69 points