Good pace in practice but no speed in the race, unresolved by the team Kai had his worst result of the year and a bitter end racing to Malaysia.
Struggling with pace during qualifying and the races Kai still managed a respectable 8th and moved up to 7th in the championship.
From eleventh place in qualifying to finish the final in fourth place, it was a tough fight the whole way but a well deserved podium.
A tough qualifying but a strong fight-back in the heats and a great race in the final resulted in a valuable 7th place finish for round three.
Round Two of the 2015 Rotax Max Challenge Asia (RMC 2015) series was on the 18th and 19th April 2015 at Sepang International Karting Circuit. The heat took its toll on the drivers and the karts, it was a hard weekend which ended with a tough life lesson.
The first race in the 2015 Rotax Max Challenge Asia (RMC 2015) series was held over the weekend of 14th and 15th March. It would be Kai’s third race at Sepang International Karting Circuit but the first time he was in the running to accumulate championship points. It was certainly a roller coaster ride.
The Rotax Asia Invitational Race 2015 took place on the 24th and 25th January 2015 at Sepang International Kart Circuit in Malaysia. The Invitational Race is a precursor to the Rotax Asia Max Challenge (RMC), an international six race series which this year runs from March to September and will be held at different tracks around Malaysia. Kai will be participating in RMC 2015 with Kuala Lumpur based I.S Racing in the Micro Max category with a CRG chassis.
The Rotax Asia Max Challenge (RMC) 2014 Round Six took place at Sepang Kart Circuit on the 11th and 12th October 2014.
The Singapore Karting Championship 2014 kicked off with the first round on 17 May. This would be Kai’s first national, sanctioned race and his first championship race.