Preparations are in full swing for the British Automobile Racing Club’s inaugural 110-minute endurance race celebrating the clubs long history, which is scheduled to close out the 2022 season at Brands Hatch on November 12/13.
Open to closed-wheel production cars, the event – which will mark the BARC reaching 110 years of operating as one of the UK’s biggest and best motor racing organisations – will comprise of a 20-minute qualifying session before then staging a near two-hour contest.
Teams of no less than two drivers and a maximum of three are welcomed, with entry fees fixed at £500 for teams of two and an extra £50 for those wishing to expand to a team of three.
As excitement and anticipation builds for the season-closer, regulations have been published and are now available to view online HERE.
“We’ve always prided ourselves on listening to our competitors and it is from discussions with them that this has been made possible,” said Mark Turner, BARC Sporting Manager.
“Competitors have expressed their interest in having an end of season race where they can get together, have some fun and round off the year. The low entry fee for the track time is a big plus point as well.
“The race is about getting everyone together at the end of the year but it’s also about giving everyone someone to race with so the multi-class environment is the natural way of achieving this.
“We’ve had encouraging conversations with a number of clubs that will support the race and I’m sure this is only going to continue now that we have formally announced everything.”
Entries are open until 12:00 on Wednesday 9th November 2022. Those wishing to enter can do so via the official RevUp entry system on the BARC website.