IAME Challenge Series for Australia In 2011
There have been X30 Challenge Series running in many countries around the world since 2009. In 2011, there will be one running in Australia.
"Ours is a bit different" Remo Racing informed KartSportNews. "We will have two engines that are eligible to compete - the Leopard RL and the X30, as these are both elbible for the Leopard classes. Hence, the name for the series here is 'IAME CHALLENGE SERIES'."
The X30 will also be eligible to compete in State and National Championships as of 1st January 2011.
Australian karters, plus those from many other countries, will all be invited to compete in the Bruno Grana X30 World Final which will be held in France, the same venue that Lee Mitchener won the world final this year.
For the 7th year running Remo Racing will once again put on a Leopard Final Shootout event in 2011. The official name will now be;
"IAME NATIONAL FINAL"
As part of the National Final we will be holding 'IAME CHALLENGE SERIES' events across Australia in conjuction with existing series' events.
It will require no more time commitment, no more track time or any other commitment from the various Clubs who host rounds. We do not ask for any entry money. The clubs' will accept entries as per their normal supp-regs. All we ask is that the Leopard Light and Leopard Heavy classes are offered in their State Series.
"I have appreciated the support and loyalty that many drivers have given us since Leopards first inception in Australia in 2000, and so I want to make it easy for all competitors to have a chance to win prizes"
"there are no series points to accumulate to be eligible for these great prizes and it does not matter if you finish "first" or "last" in a series"
If a Leopard class competitors competes in the minimum 3 rounds of a Series;