Owner Driver 24h's 2024
After a small but perfectly formed 2023 race we are back for 2024.
The Le Mans Owner race is open to drivers from the UK's BPEC championship, 160 Pro Karts from both the UK and Europe. With 48 entries available this year and forming part of our 24hSeries Championship, which will cover two 24 hour races - it looks to be hotting up for 2024! The year of the 24!
We will also be back at Teesside for the British 24-hour in August, seeing 95 teams once again competing in the most challenging race of the year; hopefully, the weather is on our side this year as, once again, we have a couple of solo entrants hoping for a record.
Entry for Le Mans Owners Is now OPEN! [don't book the HIRE kart one by mistake]. Your entry will include the use of a pit bay [these may be shared] with camping available in the camping area over looing the circuit, fuel from qualifying onwards and trophies, oh yeah and the race!
Teams of 2-10 drivers may enter; we will be running the sub-classes of Elite, Pro and Club.
All drivers will have to hold a minimum of a current MSUK Kart Clubman licence, available to buy online and does not require a medical or ARKS test or the European equivilent for your country of residences.
This event is open to both 200 Extreme Pro Karts and 160 Pro Karts.
Technical and Sporting regulations for this race are not the standard BPEC regs as they have to conform to FFSA rules for events and are therefore unique to this event. These will be published via this website and the event noticeboard in the Alpha Race Hub app.
The price per entry is £2100.00, which includes Friday practice, each entry must be registered online via the Alpha booking system, all signing-on and scrutineering must be through the Alpha.
Additional practice on Wednesday and Thursday will be organised by the circuit, 100 Euros [ per kart per day] paid to the circuit on the day.
The British 24hr owner entries are now open the event is capped at 95 teams so get in fast as we have 70 hire karts available.
The price is £1250 per team including paddock space, fuel from qualifying, trophies for first, second and third place in three classes Elite, Pro and Club.
The British 24 hour will run to the standard BPEC regualtions for 2024 and Rye House 160 Pro kart Regulations.