April 21, 2017

As subtly hinted in last week’s Bankstone News, there’s a hot new website in town and its name is Insurance Endurance.

Click here quite literally now to find out all about the UK’s biggest and best insurance-themed motorsports event of all time to date.

With numbers strictly limited, it’s never too early to book your team places for what promises to be a truly awesome day’s karting.

If you think you’ve seen anything like this before, think again! This is the big one, the daddy, the giant, enormous, genuinely quite huge thing of amateur motor sportage.

Whereas previous Insurance Endurances have contended themselves with beetling forlornly round a fairly standard circuit, this one involves a state of the art 1382m track and equally state of the art karts!!!

The six-hour endurance race will see teams of up to eight drivers tearing round the UK’s longest cart track at speeds of anything up to 60mph in Sodi GT5 karts with 390cc engines – that’s more than your bike, probably, and nearly as much as your car, almost.

You literally have to be there – so book today to avoid disappointment.

You can do so by clicking here. Registering a team costs just £1250 (that’s one – two – five – oh, or zero, if you prefer) and entitles you to enter a team of between 4 and 8 drivers – as well as hire of a kart (luckily) and all equipment (suits, helmets etc) and even breakfast, lunch and ad hoc drinks and snacks.

If you don’t want to enter a team but just like hanging around near hardcore karters with a common enthusiasm for things like insurance, bacon butties and burning rubber, you can purchase a non-driving all-you-can-eat race day ticket for just £50.

Either way, attendance is obligatory. Check out the site (it’s finished now and everything). Book now. See you there!



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