Rotax Max Challenge Asia Launches RotaxAsia.com

Written by Cheryl Tay on . Posted in Cheryl Tay News | Latest Industry News

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – February 3, 2012 = The Rotax Max Challenge Asia organisers are proud to announce the launch of its new website, RotaxAsia.com. The purpose of the new website is to provide current and prospective competitors with all the information on one easy to remember domain.

 

“The new website is a substantial improvement over our previous one which was located on a difficult to remember address. The new design allows us to update it much easier making for for faster and more frequent updates,” added Rotax Max Challenge Asia series director James Leong. “It will undoubtedly help attract more competitors to our events adding to the already competitive fields.”

 

The Rotax Max Challenge Asia series started in 2007 and is part of the worldwide Rotax Max Challenge. The series is open to drivers from all Asian countries. It rewards Rotax Grand Finals seats to the winners of the Junior, Senior, and DD2 categories. Additional prizes include test drives with Meritus GP and Xzuit racewear packages. The 2012 series begins in February with a total of 6 events deciding the champion. All the events are held in Malaysia to save on kart transportation costs. There is also a special Invitational event to be held in Thailand at the beginning of June.

 

Log on to www.rotaxasia.com for full details on the series and to view the new website.

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