Following on from the increased interest in the ROTAX Max EVO engines, with many of the best of British racers heading to not just national but international competitions, JAG ROTAX has comfortably broken its previous tally of engine sales that were recorded in 2018, as a total of 624 engines were sold during what was a very busy 2019 season
It was also a good way for the official UK and Ireland distributor to help celebrate not only the 20th running of the ROTAX Max Challenge Grand Finals, which took place at Circuito Internazionale Napoil in late October 2019, but also 20 years of BRP-ROTAX having made a distinct impression in the global karting scene.
With the Austrian brand now heading into its 21st year in 2020, JAG ROTAX is looking forward to what is set to be another benchmark year, following on from what was a good year, filled with constant interest in the ROTAX brand.
“We look back on 2019 with great fondness,” admitted JAG ROTAX’s Gary Sheail. “It’s been a great year for ROTAX and for us here at JAG, and we would like to thank all our customers for supporting us by putting their trust in us. Things are looking rather exciting already for 2020, following on from a great weekend at Kartmania back at Silverstone in late November.”