3 Hour Team Endurance - Round 1
The 3-Hour Team Endurance is a 2* race featuring driver changes & fuel stops using our RT8 karts. A 30-minute qualifying session is followed by a 3-hour endurance race. The series is run in two set classes. The “Pro” class compete for championship points, whilst the “Clubman” class is non-championship and welcomes one-off entries.
A 30-minute qualifying session is followed by a non-stop 3-hour endurance race.
The minimum age to take part is 16 (16 & 17 year-olds must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 plus). The minimum height to safely operate our karts is 5ft (152cm) and the maximum height is 6’4” (195cm). No experience is necessary to enter the “Clubman” class but in order to race in the “Pro” class we recommend teams have some previous racing experience.
We recommend to include two to six drivers per team.
The BP Endurance Series has two classes. The “Pro” Class is for experienced drivers/teams looking to compete in the 4-round Championship. The “Clubman” class welcomes one-off entries or those looking to gain experience before moving onto the “Pro” Class. There are trophies for both classes.
The total time at the circuit is approximately 5.5 hrs from your arrival to departure.
15:30 Arrival & Registration
16:15 Drivers Briefing
17:00 30 Minute Practice/Qualifying
17:45 3-Hour Race
21:00 Presentation of Awards
The 3 & 6 hour will still be standalone 4 round championships where the best three rounds will count. Together, all 8 endurance races will form the BP Endurance Series which is a collective Championship of which the best 6 rounds count.
Spectators are welcome. We have a state-of-the-art clubhouse facility featuring with a Café serving hot and cold food, and an upper tier balcony which provides a dynamic view of the whole circuit.
Please bring comfortable clothing and suitable footwear, preferably trainers or similar flat shoes. All the safety equipment necessary will be provided.
Please check the weather forecast before you travel and pack a change of clothes if rain looks likely. Only in the most extreme weather conditions (i.e. ice or snow) will there be a possibility of your session being postponed or cancelled.
All payments made are non-refundable, it may be possible to transfer your booking, but, it would be subject to an admin fee.
This race is also a qualifying round of the Sodi World Series (SWS) and you will need to register in order to have your results counted. In order to do this, visit the SWS website and follow the instructions. Having registered, you will also need to ask your teammates to register, once they have accepted your electronic invitation, you will be ready to score points and race against hire-kart drivers from all around the world.