Freetech Endurance bosses reveal 24hr race for 2021

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MOUNT up your headlights – the UK’s leading budget endurance series is going long next season with a brand new 24-hour race.

The Freetech Endurance series is set to return to Teesside Autodrome next summer for its biggest venture yet.

On July 3 and 4, 50cc two-strokes and 125cc four-strokes will hit the Middlesbrough circuit for a full 24 hours of race action in a bid to be crowned Teesside’s top enduro squad.

Qualifying will run on Saturday morning with a 12pm Saturday start and a 12pm Sunday chequered flag.

Teams must consist of between four and six riders, and as ever there will be a Le Mans-style start and a maximum of 30-minute sessions.

Entries will open on January 31 and will be £599 per team, with an additional practice day on July 2 at extra cost.

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