Endurance Karting will host its first-ever 24-hour race Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 6-7, 2007, at Moroso Motorsports Park in West Palm, Fla.
This world-class event has already drawn interest from competitors in America and beyond, making this truly an international event that will showcase the best endurance kart racers in the world.
Anyone who has competed in a 24-hour event knows such events test skill, patience, wits and strategy, and leave participants with an unmatched sense of accomplishment. Part of the challenge of this event will come from the track itself. Moroso Motorsports Park’s 13 turns, 8/10 of a mile (1,280 meters) will test the abilities of even the most proven racer. This is not a “professionals-only" event. Racers of all skill and experience levels are encouraged to race. This is a great chance for professional endurance racing teams to prepare and practice driver rotations for the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring. Amateur racers can gain experience and find out what it’s like to compete against the best endurance racers in the world. However, realizing the demands this event will have on a driver, all competitors will have some experience in order to participate.
Spectator tickets are $13 while kids 11 and under are FREE.
For more information, please call the track office at (561) 622-1400 or visit the website at www.MorosoMotorsportsPark.com.