Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Bondurant Rotax Max Challenge Excited to Announce Series Growth and 2012 Prize Packages
Launching their Bondurant Rotax Max Challenge program in the state of Arizona, series officials are elated with the success and growth of the series. Now heading into their fall/winter schedule, the growing support amongst series teams and competitors has allowed the Bondurant supported Rotax program to increase prize packages and offered classes. Including the youngest division in the Rotax Max ladder platform, Rotax Micro Max competitors will have the opportunity to compete in the series and vie for their share in series awards.
"We are really excited to have such tremendous support in the program," expressed Alan Rudolph, Vice President and General Manager of the Bondurant SuperKart School. "Having the future of our sport take part in our series was a goal from day one and I am now happy that we have the necessary support to make this happen."
Rudolph continued, "Getting drivers into the Rotax program at an early age will help them gain the necessary skills and abilities to be champions as they enter the junior and senior ranks. Hopefully we can breed an American world champion from our program."
Not only is the Bondurant Rotax Max Challenge announcing the addition of the Micro Max class, Bondurant is also pleased to announce the 2012 prize package. Valued over $8000.00, series competitors will have the opportunity to garner a host of exciting prizes and awards.
The grand prize raffle will be for junior and senior competitors and their chance to take part in a Bob Bondurant 2-Day High Performance Driving Course. Coaching some of today's fastest motorsports stars, the high performance program will get recipients on course with the necessary skills and experience to begin a racing career. Past graduates of Bondurant include some of the biggest names in motorsports today, Jimmy Johnson, Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart just to name a few.
Champions from the Spring and Fall program will also receive a $500.00 certificate that can be put towards any course that the Bondurant School of High Performance Driving or Bondurant SuperKarts offers.
"Also there will be four raffles done at random for all Rotax competitors to complete hot laps with me in a 2013 Chevrolet Corvette," announced Rudolph. "With up to four people including the driver taking part in the hot laps, this is a chance to really see what the Bondurant school can offer in regards to car control. This is a great way to give thanks to their crew, parents, or sponsors."
MaxSpeed Group, importer of the Rotax product line and Mojo tires, will also offer series support by donating a set of tires and some product swag. Innovative Karting of Glendale, Arizona will donate a certificate for labor on one complete Rotax Max engine rebuild. AZ Kart Werx of Phoenix, Arizona will donate three, five-gallon drums of MS93 fuel and XPS oil, while Team AZ Karting will offer another set of Mojo tires.
Rudolph continued, "I would like to thank all the series supporters, teams and drivers for their help in making the Bondurant Rotax Max Challenge program such a success. A special thanks to PKRA, Innovative Karting, AZ Kart Werx and Team AZ Karting for their willingness to help out and make this possible. I would also like to congratulate the Spring season champions Jake Boyle in Rotax Junior, Bryan Lymon in Rotax Senior and Roger Culver in Rotax Masters as well as wish lots of luck to all the fall series competitors."
A proven leader in high performance driving schools, Alan Rudolph and the Bondurant SuperKart School look at what is best for the sport of karting. For more information on the Bondurant Rotax Max Challenge at PKRA, please visit www.Bondurant.com/RMC.
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