Opening Rotax MAX Dome Linz

The 9,000,000th Rotax engine leaves the line

15 years BRP

Launch Can-Am Ryker

Launch Rotax THUNDeR

Founding of RIC TECH GmbH

Certificate for 915 iSc3 A

Rotax 903 ACE Can-Am Maverick X3 engine

Rotax 850 E-TEC Ski-Doo engine

Rotax 1630 Sea-Doo engine

Presentation of the Rotax 915 iS aircraft engine

Launch of the Rotax 912 iS Sport aircraft engine

Launch of the new Rotax 125 MAX Evo Kart engine series

BRP Inc. completes final public offering

Inauguration of Querétaro, Mexico

Launch and EASA certification of the Rotax 912 iSc aircraft engine

The 7,000,000th Rotax engine leaves the line

The first 4-stroke engine in the ACE family is produced

The production of Rotax engines for BRP’s first side-by-side vehicle (SSV), the Can-Am Commander begins

Inauguration of the RIC (Regionales Innovations Centrum)

Launch of the revolutionary Can-Am Spyder with Rotax engine

Assembly of Rotax engines for BRP offroad vehicles in Juárez, Mexico

Bombardier Inc. sells its Recreational Products division

The first 2-stroke Rotax engine with electronic injection (2-TEC for Ski-Doo) is produced

The first Rotax 4-stroke engine destined for the 4-TEC platform for Sea-Doo

The Rotax Quality Production System (RQPS) is introduced

Production of Rotax engines for ATV off road vehicles begins

Production of 2-stroke Rotax engines for Sea-Doo watercraft begins

Production of Rotax engines for karts begins

Production of Rotax 4-stroke motorcycle engines begins

Rotax-Werk AG is purchased by Bombardier and becomes Bombardier-Rotax GmbH

Rotax-Werk AG is purchased by Bombardier and becomes Bombardier-Rotax GmbH

Lohnerwerke Ges.m.b.H. takes over the majority of Rotax shares

Relocation to Gunskirchen near Wels, Austria

Site relocation to Wels, Austria

Takeover by Fichtel & Sachs AG and site relocation to Schweinfurt, Germany

Founding of Rotax-Werk AG in Dresden, Germany