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The 20th edition of the prestigious Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals returns to Europe after a trip across the Atlantic to Brazil last year. On the Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno, the annual Rotax event takes place from 19 to 26 October 2019. This year, Team France is composed of 16 drivers rewarded by 3MK Events for their results at the NSK Championship. FFSA Championships and Cups of France, as well as the new Rotax Max Challenge International Trophy held successfully at Le Mans in late August.
Among the 360 best Rotax pilots from sixty nations and divided into 6 categories, Team France 2019 is right to believe in its chances. The 16 French can indeed approach the competition of Sarno with legitimate ambitions after their remarkable performances in the hexagon, during races whose level is indisputable. The last two years have been particularly good for French karting at RMCGF with the recent victories of Paolo Besancenez (DD2), Marcus Amand (Mini), Louis Iglesias (Micro) and the beautiful catwalks of Augustin Bernier (Mini), Sami Meguetounif (Junior), Jean Nomblot (Senior) and Charly Hipp (DD2 Master).
Composition of Team France 2019:
Rotax 125 Mini Max (BirelArt):
– Jolan Raccamier, 1st of the NSK Cadet Championship, 13 years old
– Karel Schulz, 2nd in the NSK Cadet Championship, 11 years old
– Paul Alberto, Champion of France Cadet, 11 years old
– Andy Ratel, winner of the Coupe de France Cadet, 12 years old
Rotax 125 Junior Max (Praga):
– Sacha Maguet, of the Coupe de France Nationale, 14 years old
– Noam Abramczyk, 2nd in the National NSK Championship, 14 years old
– Téo Blin, 5th in the National NSK Championship, 12 years old
– Enzo Caldaras, 6th in the French National Championship, 13 years old
Rotax 125 Max (Sodi):
– Guillaume Treillard of Quinemont, 1st of the NSK Rotax Max Championship, 15 years old
– Paul Fourquemin, 2nd in the NSK Rotax Max Championship, 27 years old
– César Gazeau, 2nd Rotax Max RMCIT, 15 years old
– Florian Bourdon, 1st NSK Rotax Max Master, 43 years old
Rotax 125 Max DD2 (BirelArt):
– Nicolas Picot, 1st of the NSK DD2 Championship, 28 years old
– Lucas Joly, 2nd in the NSK DD2 Championship, 27 years old
Rotax 125 Max DD2 Masters (Sodi):
– Rudy Champion, 1st NSK DD2 Master, 33 years old
– Romain Mangé, 1st of RMCIT in DD2, 33 years old
The three key words of the RMCGF are always, sportsmanship, fairness, and team spirit. That’s why the Nations Cup, which brings together drivers from all categories of the same country under the same objective, is highly prized in addition to individual results. The Team Contest highlights the look of the teams, the appearance of their stands and their originality. The fans are put to contribution through a Facebook vote. Here are two more opportunities to shine for France!
The OMP France supplier has been selected as the official supplier of the TEAM France 2019. 3MK Events offers all the drivers of the Team France a tricolor clothing package including a tailor-made combination, a pair of gloves, two T-shirts and a softshell.