The Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals 2023 will take place for the second time at the Bahrain International Karting Circuit in Sakhir, Bahrain from December 02-09, 2023. We are looking forward to meeting you there for thrilling races at daylight and with the floodlights during the evening. 

Stay tuned for more information coming soon on this website and our social media channels. 

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Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals

20+ years of celebrating kart racers and their skills

In 2000, the island of Puerto Rico saw the birth of a remarkable event: the Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals. The first RMC Grand Finals brought together 66 drivers representing 19 countries to compete in a single 125-MAX category. In 2004, the 5th Grand Finals attracted as many as 100 drivers from 40 countries for races in three categories. More importantly, 2004 was the first time all competitors raced with a supplied single-make chassis – CRG for the 125 Junior MAX category, BRP for the 125 MAX category. And the Grand Finals haven't stopped growing since. Today, more than 7,500 kart racers compete in RMC championships and events on five continents to win one of 396 seats at the Grand Finals, one of the world's most prestigious – and fairest - kart racing events.

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