Who wants to be the first ever E-Kart champion at the Rotax MAX Challenge Grand finals? BRP-Rotax advise there are seats available in the 18-kart E-Kart class at Bahrain’s World Final in December.
These are ‘Arrive & Drive’ packages that include technical support from the dedicated Rotax E-Kart Team. The category uses the Sodikart DD2 chassis.
“This year’s Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals will crown the first ever E-Kart champion in the history of this prestigious racing event” Rotax stated in a press release.
“Eighteen drivers from all over the world will have the chance to compete for the E-Kart title at the 21st RMC Grand Finals in Bahrain which will take place from December 11th to 18th, 2021 at the Bahrain International Karting Circuit in Sakhir.”
“There is still some place on the E-Kart grid for interested drivers who would like to take this unique chance to race against the E-Kart champions of the race events in 2021 and to be crowned with the Grand Finals title in this category.”
So far, 2021 E-Kart winners who will compete in the RMC Grand Finals in the new E-Kart category include:
- DEKM champion: Oscar Pellemele
- Winners of the Project E20 races at the RMC EuroTrophy: Theo Kekati and Hannes Morin
- Rotax Danish E-Kart Champion: Malte Ebdrup
- Wild card winner of all E20 events: Ellis Spezia
To reserve a place on the grid, drivers need to contact their local distributor and join their national team members for the Grand Finals.