BRP Introduces the Rotax 125 Max EVO Series at Rotax Grand Finals in Spain

BRP (TSX: DOO) presented the new Rotax 125 MAX evo kart engine series, a major evolution in karting, during the Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals (RMCGF) in Valencia, Spain.

_Rotax 125 MAX DD2 evoWith its advanced engine technology, the new Rotax 125 MAX evo engine series is an evolution of the existing Rotax MAX series that are well-known for high reliability and great value.

“To fulfil our customer’s needs, we optimized the performance characteristics of the engine. The result is that due to equal opportunities the competition will be closer and the driver will have more fun on the track,” said Thomas Uhr, vice-president BRP-Powertrain and general manager BRP-Powertrain GmbH & Co KG.

Ease of use and equal opportunity for all drivers characterize the new generation – the Rotax 125 MAX evo engine series. It combines the proven Rotax evolution concept and the latest technology in karting.

“In a nutshell, the advanced engine technology, specially defined for the new engine generation impresses by its ease of use, improved durability resulting in lower operating costs and less maintenance. But most importantly, the driver’s ultimate benefit is to spend more time on the track,” recapped Uhr. “I’m confident that the Rotax 125 MAX evo engine series will make your heart beat faster.”

The first generation of the Rotax MAX engine was launched in 1997. Since then, a broad spectrum of hp versions for different ages and racing experiences has been added. Upgrade kits to retrofit existing Rotax 125 MAX engines will be available at your kart dealer in December 2014.

Rotax 125 MAX evo engineSee the attached Fact Sheet – Rotax 125 MAX evo kart engine for technical information, or visit

Rotax 125 MAX evo – Data Sheet

Rotax 125 MAX DD2 evo – Data Sheet

Rotax 125 Junior MAX evo – Data Sheet

Rotax 125 Mini MAX evo – Data Sheet

Rotax 125 Micro MAX evo – Data Sheet

MAXSpeed Group has produced a short video regarding the announcement and launch.

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