No Limits reveals feature endurance race for 2020

In Endurance, News, No Limits

NO Limits Racing bosses have announced a return to the site of their very first eight-hour race next season for the feature endurance scrap of 2020.

Following the success of the 10-hour bash at Anglesey this past summer, the club will head to Snetterton’s 300 circuit next season for its highlight eight-hour race.

Set to run on Saturday 1 August, the race will be open to all teams and riders of any licence grade.

Both teams running traditionally with one bike between all riders and teams using the standard UK tag format of one machine per rider will be permitted, with control tyre regs in place as the event shapes part of the 2020 ACU National Endurance Championship.

“Our feature endurance race is always a fantastic spectacle,” said NLR boss Mark Neate.

“We return to Snetterton, the site of our first ever eight-hour in 2016 which was very well supported, and I hope that we can continue the form of this years event where only one team failed to finish the race, a remarkable achievement by everyone.”

For more information and membership inquiries, ring the No Limits office on (01525) 877087.

*Image: Alex James

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