Trophy Class switch

Joseph, Frank
November 2014
Australian Auto Action;11/13/2014, Issue 1617, p34
The article reports that the Junior Max Trophy Class, introduced to Australia in 2012, will switch from Sodi to Intrepid chassis for the 2015 Rotax Pro Tour.


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