The officials have announced that the 2013 Canadian Rotax Max Challenge is now online and available on http://www.maxchallenge.ca
As usual, the regulations for the upcoming season are very similar, with few differences. The main changes include the sporting regulation for Micro-Max & Mini-Max are now integrated in the general sporting document, the maximum age in Micro-Max and Mini-Max have been modified for a future harmonization between Canadian and US regulations, the invitation for the 2013 Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals in the DD2 class of the ECKC is now open to Canadian and US competitors. In addition, in order to eligible to race at the Canadian National finals, drivers must have participated in three events of the same eligible series, or five different eligible series, and top-three finishers of the Micro-Max and Mini-Max of the National Finals, the final event of the WCC, and the ECKC championship will receive and invitation to participate at the Nola Micro & Mini Invitational, which will take place in support of the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals in New-Orleans, La.
On the technical front, the Junior Max class will run on Mojo D1 tires, old piston ring "E CRY K" is not accepted anymore, the 12.5 carburetor insert is not legal anymore, the Floats level is now regulated, several new measures for the carburetor are included, different jets now accepted, tape applied all around the radiator with flap is now allowed, it is not possible anymore to put stickers on the engine or accessories, except authorized stickers, and theminimum squish gap for Mini-Max is increased at 2.80 mm and reed petals regulated to reduce the speed of the engine and eliminated the "kick" effect, as well that the Mini-Max power will be halfway to the Micro-Max and the Junior Max engines.
Canadian karting participants are encouraged to read carefully the complete 2013 Sporting and Technical regulations. It is the responsibility of the competitor to read the regulations and comply with them.