Gonzalo Aponte gets pumped as he heads out for the final in Round 5 of the ROK Cup USA series
The Master ROK class is one that has been slowing growing since the series started. In 2015, there were 14 drivers in the class, and the number is steadily increasing. Gonzalo Aponte from AKT took home the top spot in the class, with UD Ramsey from Brazil and Miguel Gransaull finishing second and third respectively. All of the competitors displayed excellent skill throughout the season, and Aponte and Ramsey were even able to display their prowess on an international stage at the 2015 ROK Cup International Final.
Powered by the ROK GP engine, the Master ROK class is a very competitive field geared towards older drivers, ages 32 and up, who are still looking to experience the race atmosphere. Since the engine package and regulations are the same for both Senior and Master ROK, the engine easily transitions between classes as drivers move up in age range. In our final recap of the season, we’ll visit the remaining two classes, Shifter ROK and Shifter Master ROK.