The Rotax offensive in UK is gaining momentum. In the 2020 season, the Rotax Max Euro Trophy series will visit one of the best English tracks. This is a great return of the most prestigious Rotax series in Europe to English soil after years away.
In 2005, the European Rotax series, then the Euro Challenge, came to England for the first time, which was during the second season of the European series. Fans have been waiting for eight years for PFi to again host Euro Challenge drivers in England. In the 2013 season, it went back onto English soil again. In 2020, the European series, this time as the Rotax Max Euro Trophy, will again come to the most popular track in the UK. In mid-July 2020, we will observe the European Rotes rivalry in England for the third time.
On Saturday the 7th of September at the Wackersdorf finale the Euro Trophy published their calendar for the 2020 season. Traditionally, there will be four rounds of the cycle, and the inauguration will take place at the well-known track in Belgium, Karting Genk.
The inaugural round will take place on April 10. In late May, the competition will move to Italy to play out the second round in Adria. In July, the series will go to Paul Fletcher International, and the campaign will end in Wackersdorf, Germany, as this year.
As a reminder, the European Rotax series was created in 2004. Until 2017 it was known as the Rotax Max Euro Challenge and was the strongest European series for the Rotax brand in Europe. From 2018, it is now knows as the Rotax Max Euro Trophy.
The only winner of the Rotax Euro series among Poles is Sławomir Murański, who won the DD2 Masters category last year.
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