The MINI CHALLENGE Clubsport with Airtec Motorsport is set to bring the curtain down on its maiden season with the British Automobile Racing Club in superlative style with an endurance race at Donington Park in October.
Signing off its inaugural season at the East Midlands venue on October 14/15, the single-manufacturer series will introduce a two-driver long-distance race to conclude what has been a hugely successful inaugural year.
Rob Austin, MINI CHALLENGE Clubsport Coordinator, said: “As you are aware we have been gaining momentum since we started the series this season, with grids in excess of 20 cars for each race. We have 24 confirmed for Silverstone and 25 for Donington Park.
“In addition, we are going to run our first-ever MINI enduro race on the Sunday after our last round at Donington, dubbed ‘MINI LE DONS’. We have 30 entries for what will be a two-driver event.
“Looking ahead to 2024, we have had huge interest as with continue to the championship with a draft calendar in place which may also include an end of season ‘enduro weekend’ series.
“Airtec, Garmin, Absolute Alignment and Norfolk Mini look set to continue as championship partners and with our close relationship with MINI CHALLENGE continuing to blossom, things couldn’t be any brighter.”