Date: Sunday, 4th May 2014.
Time: 2:15pm to 8:00pm.
Cost: £299 per RT8.
This event is a 3hr team enduro with all the excitement of driver changes and fuel stops.
This event uses our RT8 karts on the full International Circuit.
A 30 minute qualifying session is followed by a 3 hour team endurance race during which teams need to plan pit stops to change driver and to take on fuel.
This two star race is ideal for teams of two to six drivers and is ideal for novice drivers as well as the more experienced teams.
Trophies are awarded to each driver finishing in the top three teams.
The price quoted is per team, irrespective of the number of drivers in that team
Ideal for small groups with insufficient numbers to host an exclusive event.
Club Bar open after the final flag
14:15 Arrival, sign in and suit up
15:15 Drivers safety briefing (all drivers MUST attend)
16:00 Start of 30 minute practice/qualifying session
16:45 Start of three hour team endurance
20:00 Presentation of awards and Club bar opens
Please note: 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. This is really simple. Just visit the SWS website here, and follow the instructions. (Don’t forget to switch the site to English!)
Having registered, you will also need to ask your team mates to register (a team must have at least two drivers) and then create your team. Once this is done, invite your friends to be a part of your team and 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.
Traditionally, Buckmore has done very well and each year we have had drivers qualify for the world finals. Click Here to discover more about and the Sodi World Series.
If you have any problems with this, please email Club Coordinator Alan Wood firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: All drivers must be at least 16 years of age. Booking is essential. Full payment required on booking. This 2* event is ideal for both novices and those with experience.