Designed to control costs, the MOTOMASTER Ron Fellows Karting Championship utilizes a unique two-day racing format. Five Rounds and nine Races are scheduled to take place from May to September with drivers earning points based on their overall finishing position in each independent race day . With a no-drop points system in place, Championships are decided at the final round and Champions recognized at the year-end awards celebration. Up for grabs, the highly sought after Championship Rings!
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MOTOMASTER Trophies and Prizes — The top-3 finishers from each class, at all nine races, will receive MRFKC trophies, podium hats and Canadian Tire gift cards – 1st place, $125; 2nd place, $75; 3rd place, $50
MOTOMASTER Sponsored Entry Fee Raffles — At events 1 through 4, through a random draw, a driver from each class will be selected and win a complimentary EVENT entry fee for the next 2019 MRFKC event.
PFAFF High Performer Award — With a keen eye on developing talent, PFAFF Motorsports looks to reward driving performance. One junior driver and one senior driver from each event, judged to have had an outstanding driving performance, each would receive a career enhancement cheque for $300.
MOTOMASTER Championship Awards — Series champions will be recognized at a year-end celebration, receiving MRFKC championship trophies and coveted championship rings.
ROK Cup Canada Championship Awards — ROK Cup Canada Series Champions will recieve ROK SuperFinal tickets (October 8-12, Lonato Italy) for class champions in Mini ROK, Junior ROK, Senior ROK, Shifter ROK. Masters ROK and Shifter Masters ROK to be awarded based on number of entries.
ROK Cup Canada Championship Awards — ROK Cup Canada Series Champions will recieve ROK the RIO tickets (Oct 28-Nov 2, Las Vegas, Nevada) for class championship runner-up in Mini ROK, Junior ROK, Senior ROK, Shifter ROK. Masters ROK and Shifter Masters ROK to be awarded based on number of entries.