Tri-C will be working in partnership with the MAXSpeed Group, the national RMax support group to host the Rotax Max Challenge (RMC) races in Southern California. As the only official Southern California RMC club, Tri-C will be the place to earn your race punches required to attend the Rotax Grand Nationals and the Pan American Championship.
Dennis Uebersetzig, President of Tri-C Karters says “Tri-C is honored to be selected as the official RMC Series. We look forward to working with the MAXSpeed Group to expand the Rotax program, and we are committed to being proactive in promoting both the RMC program and kart racing in the region.” In addition, Tri-C Karters has teamed up with several local shops and Rotax dealers to promote the RMC program and provide support at the track.
It has been known for some time that the Rotax engine is one of the most popular recreational karting engines. In an effort to attract more recreational karters, rule changes have been made that will allow any Rotax owner to race what they have, no need for the latest clutch or cylinder update.
Tri-C firmly believes that kart racing is the best value for your money in the motorsports industry, and is working on some very exciting programs with the aim of keeping costs down, yet the camaraderie and fun factor up. These programs will be attractive to current and new kart racers alike. Specifics will be released as the details become finalized, and they will just add to Tri-C’s current strengths of a more relaxed race day, Saturday racing, a specialized and customer service orientated staff and a scheduled race day so you’ll know exactly what time to be on the grid. Another advantage to racing with Tri-C is that it isn’t just a winner of the main takes all scenario. Racers can also earn championship points by winning pole position, setting fast lap in the main and scoring points in both heat races. The Tri-C race format includes more track time that other clubs with practice, qualifying, 2 scored heat races and a main event.
For anyone interested in racing with Tri-C in 2012, they are extending an invitation to their Season Kick Off party on Sunday January 15th, 2012. Visit the club website at www.tri-ckarters.com for more information and access to the registration form. While you’re there, to ensure you receive all the latest information as it becomes available, make sure to sign up for their email newsletter.
All Tri-C races will be at CalSpeed Karting in Fontana www.calspeedkarting.com on the following dates:
August 25th (Rain Make-up)