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Asia & Malaysia | Rotax Max Challenge Asia

Category Archives: Asia & Malaysia

Perlis News Bulletin (Round 5)

Download the Perlis Kart Prix 2014 Bulletin. The bulletin includes information on the track, how to get there, where to eat, and a lot of other pertinent information for competitors so

Round 3 Race Report

Presley Martono, Silvano Christian, Senna SN, and Arsh Johany won the main categories at RMC Asia Round 3 held at the Sepang International Karting Circuit on the 24th-25th of May. The track

RMC Asia Rd.2 Race Report, Results!

Full Race Results | RMC Asia Standings | RMC Malaysia Standings Teruhisa Tanaka (IS Racing/Japan) did just enough to win the Senior category at the second round of the Rotax Max Challenge

Rotax Asia/Malaysia Round 1 Report

Hot, dry, and hazy weather didn't put a damper on the opening round of the Rotax Max Challenge Asia/Malaysia event. 100 entries with almost a full grid in Juniors and record entries

Regulations Uploaded

The supplementary regulations for the Rotax Invitational 2014 and RMC Asia have been uploaded, and are available for download on the regulations page, and below.

Xeramic Challenge 2013 Results, Pictures

The inaugural Xeramic Challenge was held at the Sepang Karting Circuit yesterday. The one-day event featured Rotax Senior, Junior, DD2 (Masters+Senior), and MicroMax categories. Kent Jun (Senior), Cao Zhuo (Junior), Arsh Johany

Xeramic Challenge 2013 Regulations

Download the Supplementary Regulations for the Xeramix Challenge 2013. The event will be held on the 15th of December. Online entries are now being accepted, proceed to the online

Rotax Asia/Malaysia Final Championship Standings

Congratulations to the champions! Final standings are up for Rotax Asia and Malaysia. Champions: Gilbert Ang (Senior Malaysia + Asia), Melvin Moh (DD2 Asia), Daim Hishammudin (Junior Asia), Mitchell Cheah (Junior Malaysia),