Endurance karting: 2019 schedule announced with new dates & venues

A Press Release from: Endurance Karting
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Cumming, Georgia– January 21, 2019 – ENDURANCE KARTING announced the official 2019 racing schedule for its popular arrive‐and‐drive endurance kart racing program, including eight exciting races, new venues, and two championship titles up for grabs.

Continuing for its 18th season of no license required racing, Endurance Karting is proud to expand its schedule and return to the historic facilities of Lime Rock Park in Connecticut and Daytona in Florida, as well as a stop in Georgia for the first time since 2016.

“Our racers have been begging for us to be back at these places for a couple of years and we heard them,” said Chris McCoy, Endurance Karting owner. “We’re especially excited about
Daytona and Lime Rock because of the epic venues and Atlanta because it’s the home of Endurance Karting’s parent company, ProCup Karting, and we have an avid fan base here anxious to get back in an Endurance Karting Honda Dino.”


Endurance Karting’s 2019 season kicks off on March 9 at Lanier Raceplex in Georgia and will feature a custom‐designed track layout. Held near famed Road Atlanta, the “6 Hours of Atlanta” race will host Honda Dino Karts and Briggs and Stratton LO206 entries.

On April 6, Endurance Karting heads south to Florida for the 17th running of the six‐hour “Jacksonville Grand Prix” karting competition to benefit Spina Bifida of Jacksonville at the 103rd Street Sports Complex before heading back north to New York for the “6 Hours of the Northeast” event on May 18 at Oakland Valley Raceway Park.

June 21‐23 marks the historic 10th running of the wildly popular “24 Hours of America” endurance karting race at New Castle Motorsports Park in Indiana. Racers will have the opportunity to compete in the massive marathon event and enjoy being a part of one of Endurance Karting’s most exciting events yet.

The second‐longest of Endurance Karting’s events which also includes the last quarter of the event being contested at night under the lights, the “12 Hours of New York,” will take place on July 13 as the organization returns to Oakland Valley Raceway Park for the second time during the season. “Endurance Karting first visited the venue in 2018, and the response was so great that we added two dates for 2019,” noted McCoy.

In the fall, Endurance Karting will head to Lime Rock Park in Connecticut on August 17 to tackle a freshened version of the venue’s legendary autocross track and participants will be able to tackle the downhill sections and wide, sweeping turns in the 6‐hour “Lime Rock Karting Challenge” race.

Next, the schedule moved to Florida where the “6 Hours of Daytona” event on September 14 accommodates either Honda Dino Karts or Briggs and Stratton LO206s. Except for the World Karting Associations’ Manufacturers Cup series, Endurance Karting offers the only opportunity to race karts inside the fabled speedway.

To wrap up an amazing calendar of endurance kart racing, Endurance Karting will conclude its 2019 year with the “Jax Kartapalooza” event back at the 103rd Street Sports Complex in Florida. A fun, challenging event that includes sprint races and a 3‐hour endurance race under the lights, this will be the grand finale to a great season.

Additionally, two prestigious Endurance Karting championships will be contested during the 2019 season. Racers will have the chance to vie for a title in either the Northeast or Southeast regions, and teams that enter three or more Endurance Karting events will be eligible to accumulate points. Upon completion of the racing season, Endurance Karting will award the winning team in each region with a championship team trophy and individual awards for each member.

Currently, one other southern‐based venue is currently being considered for the addition of another event in the fall and information will be released as it becomes available. For more information, or to register, visit EnduranceKarting.com or call (866) RACE‐NOW.



About Endurance Karting:

Founded in 2001 in North Carolina by Johan Schwartz and acquired by ProCup Karting of Georgia in 2013, Endurance Karting provides the thrill of professional sports car‐style endurance racing to without the need to own, prep, repair or transport a kart. Endurance Karting’s innovative no license required, arrive‐and‐drive program allows participants to have fun while racing on a level playing field, regardless of the net worth of the driver. Keeping all other variables equal and having the driver be the difference is a core value of Endurance Karting, and classes are available for rookies and professionals alike. For more information, visit EnduranceKarting.com or LIKE Endurance Karting on Facebook at facebook.com/EnduranceKarting, and FOLLOW @EnduranceKartingUSA on Instagram and @EKarting on Twitter.

Chris McCoy | P: (770) 740‐0626 | E: [email protected] | W: EnduranceKarting.com

Anyone know if they will be doing this in 2020? Asking for a friend (and me).

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How much does it cost to enter these races

No clue. I sent em an email. I hope this comes back around.

Dom & Elias,
The 24 Hours of America is returning to New Castle Motorsports Park September 4-6, 2020.
Details will be announced very soon.
Thanks for your interest!
Chris McCoy
Endurance Karting

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Thanks Chris. Personally looking into NE events in 2020. I Subbed to your mailing list. Thanks!

@Chris_McCoy @Bimodal_Rocket Ive always wanted to do an endurance race. Might go to OVRP 6 hours. Just a question of cost. Thanks for replying!

@E13 Wanna team up if so? I have another guy as well.

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Is it open to all ages? (im 16) I might go with another friend but there are a couple of things I have to figure out first. Only my 2nd year so Idk if youd want me. Ill let you know in a bit. Thanks for the invite. Theres a lot to work out and a little early to schedule but if it all works out and you dont have a third guy Id love to go

I would imagine it’s open to all ages. If you team up with us you’ll be racing with a 50yr old with more enthusiasm than talent and a currently overweight former French national racer. We’re both decent drivers (my partner is very good but a bit off his normal pace due to weight) but I bet there’s some folks who have this down to a science.

In any case, as things evolve, we can talk. I’m not concerned about how we finish but will try hard to be awesome.

Sounds like an awesome team already, I hope it all works out in the end. Enthusiasm might be better than talent in endurance racing.