As BRP-Rotax celebrates its centenary in 2020, official UK and Ireland Rotax distributor, JAG Engineering have started their year with over 100 Rotax MAX EVO engines sold in the first calendar month alone, an increase of 26 units sold in comparison with this time last year.
It showcases a welcome increase in sales following on from a successful appearance by the team at JAG during Kartmania last November, which was held at Silverstone, the “Home of British Motor Racing.”
With 624 overall units sold in 2019, when Rotax celebrated 20 years of its participation within karting, along with the 20th running of the Grand Finals at Circuito Internazionale Napoli in Sarno late last October, the British karting fraternity continue to put their trust in the Rotax brand and also JAG Engineering, who continue their valued traditions of brand awareness, outreach and highly-rated customer service.
Along with the ongoing support as the official distributor for the UK and Ireland, JAG will also support Team UK, who will be heading to the Bahrain International Karting Circuit between the 7th and 14th of November for the 2020 Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals.
JAG will also provide a similar prize fund for the 2020 Motorsport UK British Kart Championships Rotax classes, which for 2019 was in excess of £25,000, showing their ongoing support and trust with the ROTAX brand, as the most well-recognised distributor globally, in terms of brand awareness, customer service and support.
For the 2020 season, there will be Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Final tickets for the following class winners, who will head out to the Bahrain International Karting Circuit between November 7th and 14th:
- Micro Max
- Mini Max
- Junior Rotax
- Senior Rotax
- Rotax 177, who will receive an entry for the DD2 class.
Don’t forget to register your entry for the 2020 Motorsport UK British Kart Championships season before the grids sell out via the following link: