Welcome to the Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy

Returning under a new guise back in 2018, the Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy starts its fourth season in 2021, which sees the very best of international talent race at four internationally recognised tracks in three different nations. For the two last races in Germany, the RMCET is additionally offering the Rotax Project E20 category for e-karts.

The four rounds will take place over the course of five months, which will see highly charged action across the duration of the current campaign, where nine tickets for the 2021 Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals in Bahrain will be available for those that are successful. Additional tickets for the RMCGF 2021 will be awarded in the Rotax Project E20 category.

Micro and Mini MAX drivers will also return for the first two weekends of the season, which will see the winners at both Genk and Adria in each class receive a chance to compete at the Rotax MAX Challenge International Trophy at Le Mans in late July.

classes

Rotax 125 Mirco MAX
Rotax 125 Mini MAX
Rotax 125 Junior MAX
Rotax 125 MAX (Senior)
Rotax 125 MAX DD2
Rotax 125 MAX DD2 Masters

Rotax Project E20 (two rounds of the season)

tyres

2 sets for free practice
2 sets for racing

A total of nine Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals tickets will be awarded as follows:

Championship

Junior MAX: 1st, 2nd, 3rd
Senior MAX: 1st, 2nd, 3rd
DD2: 1st, 2nd
DD2 Masters: 1st

Micro MAX: each event winner from Genk and Adria receives a ticket to the RMC International Trophy 2021.
Mini MAX: each event winner from Genk and Adria receives a ticket to the RMC International Trophy 2021.

Additional RMCGF Tickets are awarded to the winners of the Rotax Project E20 category of the RMC EuroTrophy in Mülsen and Wackersdorf as well as the winner of the championship in this category.

 

“After the exciting RMC Euro Trophy in 2020 we are looking forward to the new season! I would like to thank all drivers and teams for the confidence so far and I am inviting everyone to join the 2021 RMC Euro Trophy."

Meik Wagner
CEO of Camp Company