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The Home of 24-hour Kart Racing


Celebrating 30 years of 4 stroke 24-hour kart racing

In 1991, 24hr Series CEO Bob Pope ran the first-ever 24-hour race for Pro-Karts at Rye House Circuit in Hertfordshire, and then a couple of months later he travelled to the home of the 24hr Le Mans', the Alain Prost Circuit in France, to do it all again.

Since then, Bob and his team have continued to make this yearly pilgrimage to run what is now the number one 24hr kart race in Europe. The team has staged over 120 24hr races, with the British 24hr at Teesside being the biggest kart race on the UK calendar, with over 80 entrants each year. If you're a serious karter, don't miss out on the fun!

Upcoming 24hr Races

British 24 - Middlesbrough

9th - 11th August 2024

Le Mans - France

12th - 14th July 2024