Series to now debut in Monza (Lights)

The World Series Light will start June 22nd in Monza As announced in our previous Press Releases the new single-seater car from the World Series Light Championship will be fitted a 2-litter engine built by the British-based Company AER. This ...

The World Series Light will start June 22nd in Monza

As announced in our previous Press Releases the new single-seater car from the World Series Light Championship will be fitted a 2-litter engine built by the British-based Company AER. This company has built a competition engine that has been designed, molten and fitted in purpose for the new mid category of the Superfund World Series by Nissan.

Any part of this engine comes from any make, which is in fact, the perfect evidence of the exclusivity for which this project has been developed.

After several exhaustive quality controls maiden to the 250 HP engine, AER has advised to the teams and the organisation to make the definitive debut of Series the next 22nd of June in Monza (Italy). In this terms all the engines are delivered to the teams in time for proper private testing and mechanical adjustments prior to the Event.

RPM Racing will program two new meetings to be announced shortly to complete the 8-meeting schedule of this Series.

The new Race Calendar is as follows:
2003 WORLD SERIES LIGHT <pre> 22 June Monza (Italy) 20 July Eurospeedway Lausitz (Germany) 21 September A1 Ring (Austria) 5 October Catalunya (Spain) 19 October Valencia (Spain) 13 November Madrid (Spain) TBA Albacete (Spain) TBA Magny Cours (France)

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