Matthew Moniz had plans to compete for a 2010 championship in the Canadian Rotax Series. As a rookie Junior, Moniz placed second in Chilliwack, a win in Saskatoon and was and was in a good position in the series standings to take the championship. However, governing bodies for the series have decided not to allow him to complete in remaining 2010 series races.
Per series rules, Moniz must have his 13th birthday in the year his wishes to participate in a Rotax Jr. event that is a direct qualifier for the World Finals. Rotax prohibits anyone who is ineligible from participating in a qualification event.
It is disappointing news for M4 Racing especially since Moniz was allowed as an ASN issued C+ license holder to compete in 4 out of the six races in the series. However, the team respects the decision and rules of the series. Moniz will be able to compete for a championship during the 2011 season per age rules. Moniz states "I was really looking forward to racing in Edmonton, but I guess I'll have to wait another year."
M4 Racing with karting pilot Matthew Moniz would also like to thank the following sponsors for all their support during the racing season; Orlado Racing, Mach 1 Kart, Mach 1 Motorsports, HRP, Slave Lake Helicopters, and WaltersWebDesign.com.
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities with M4 Racing, please visit the teams contact information via website. M4 Racing would be happy to go in to detail with you about how motorsports marketing can help your company or business grow!
For more information on Matthew Moniz and M4 Racing please visit www.M4Racing.com