The home of 24 hour kart racing
In 2020-2021 we will celebrate 30 years of 4 stroke 24 hour kart racing.
In 1991, Bob Pope, 24h Series CEO, ran the first ever 24 hour race for Pro-Karts at Rye House circuit in Hertfordshire, England and then a couple of months later they traveled to the home of the 24hr Le Mans', Alain Prost circuit to do it again. We have continued to make this yearly pilgrimage to run what is now the number one, 24hr kart race in Europe.
Super Season 2020
Le Mans in July 2020 will see the first of a five round super season spanning three countries and 16 months finishing at Le Mans for our 30th year in July 2021..
Round One, will be at the most famous 24 hour circuit of them all: ‘Le Mans’, with the Alain Prost Kart Circuit nestling within the Le Mans grand prix circuit and only minutes from the famous Mulsanne Straight of the Circuit des 24 Heures. Appearing on Autosport magazine's motorsport bucket list, if you haven't already done so, tick this race off your bucket list - now is the time!
Then back in Blighty for round two, we have the Teesside International 24 hour race. This record breaking circuit is a massive 2.1km long - the longest kart circuit in the world - having previously hosted 80 karts in this amazing 24 hour sprint, it's flat out all the way! With both hires and Owners on circuit together no lap is the same.
Round Three, see us venturing to the epic Campillos Circuit in Spain, just outside of Malaga, this is the longest ciruit in Spain at 1560 meters, again we are joined by the Owner Karts.
Round Four has yet to be confirmed as we are in negotiation with a couple of amazing circuits.
Round Five see's us back in Le Mans for the big one 30 years!
Join us and drivers from all over Europe for this epic season! More infomation to follow soon!
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