Friday, 25 June 2010 00:16
AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME - REMO RACING AUSTRALIA TEAM

Have you always dreamed of racing overseas but could never afford to?

If the answer is YES, then Remo Racing and IAME can make your dream come true! AND at an affordable price!

BACKGROUND: The Bruno Grana X30 International Trophy was born in 2009. The event is dedicated to the founder of IAME, the late Sir Bruno Grana and a firm in which had celebrated its 40th year of life. In early June 2010, Remo Luciani set out with 2 talented Aussie karters Adam Hughes and Lee Mitchener to Lavelanet in France for the second edition of the event. Both Adam and Lee showed tremendous driving ability in international competition. Lee Mitchener was victorious that June weekend, winning the Parilla X30 Gentlemans class. A great win for Australia and a great experience for the drivers. Ask them what it was the experience was like.

X30 CHALLENGE 2011
2011 BRUNO GRANA X30 INTERNATIONAL TROPHY
24th to 26th JUNE, 2011 - LAVELANET FRANCE
Compete in any 3 rounds at any 2011 IAME Challenge Series events in Australia to be eligible for the following CLICK HERE

Unlike other advertised overseas drives, entry to the Bruno Grana X30 Trophy event in France is open to "ALL LEOPARD COMPETITORS in Australia.
The rules are easy and we mean E.A.S.Y. and stress free.
  • You must be an AKA licence holder (be able to obtain a grade A Licence by April 2011.
  • You must be a Parilla X30 or RL engine competitor.
  • You do not have to win any races. You can be first or last!
  • There is no point system whatsoever so you do not have to beat anyone.
  • You are not competing with any other driver to be eligible.
  • Race ALL rounds of your 2011 IAME Challenge Series.
  • It does not matter what brand chassis you drive or what team you race for.
  • Just compete with your Parilla X30 or RL engine in LEOPARD CLASS events in the 2011 IAME Challenge Series in any State across Australia. START NOW!
  • CALL REMO LUCIANI ON 0418 340640
The choice is competely yours. Remo Racing do not choose the drivers. It does not matter what kart you race or what team you race for.

You will represent AUSTRALIA amongst many other countries.

If you want to race overseas then grab this opportunity of having your dream come true for an affordable price. There are no hidden costs. You just have to be a loyal Leopard Class competitor, that is all, and your on your way to the Bruno Grana X30 International Trophy event.

IT IS AFFORDABLE
Normally, it costs a minimum of $20,000 just for equipment hire. With the REMO RACING TEAM AUSTRALIA the cost is 'LESS' than $5,000.00 "THIS IS NOT A MISPRINT" (the true amount is subsidised by Remo Racing and IAME SpA for the karter)

THE PRICE INCLUDES
FULL kart & engine package
Your own personal mechanic
Tyres
Fuel
Oil
Chains
Sprockets
2 meals per day by qualified chefs.

The Bruno Grana X30 International Trophy is recognised by the CIK/FIA and is an ANNUAL EVENT held by IAME SpA.

CLASSES
X30 @165kg
X30Gentlemen @180kg (32yrs + or over 80kg in body weight)

ENTRIES
Exclusive race entries are only given to it's network of IAME IMPORTERS World-Wide for each Nations loyal X30 competitors. Your loyalty to the IAME product is to be proven and entry it at the descression of the importer. There is no maximum amount of drivers that the team can bring to France.
CLOSING DATE IS JUNE 3rd, 2011.

IT'S THE PASSION - REMO LUCIANI
"I have been involved in karting for over 30 years and am still an active racer today so I understand how hard it can be to achieve your goals and sometimes those opportunies only come once in a lifetime"

"I am passionate about the sport of Karting in Australia and want to give everyone this great opportunity to represent their country and achieve their goals and especially to those who could never afford to race in international competition"
Remo Luciani

DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions whatsoever or need assurance, please feel free to CONTACT US or REMO direct on 0418 340640


READ THE EXCITING ADVENTURE THAT LEE MITCHENER & ADAM HUGHES HAD!

Lee Mitchener still on a high after his win in France