EnduroKA is a new endurance race series scheduled for 2019 which offers a competitive, cost effective way to enjoy the thrill of team endurance racing. It will be run and managed by the same team behind the hugely successful MSVT Trackday Trophy and Trackday Championship. Enjoyment is what it’s all about, so whether you’re a novice looking to progress into the world of racing for the first time, or you’re an established competitor/karter looking for a new challenge, EnduroKa will have plenty to offer.
It is a series designed to exhibit driving excellence and car control in the absence of vehicle and technical development.
Expected to run over five rounds in 2019, EnduroKA will feature a mix of 3 races, 5 hours long, a highlight 12 hour summer race and a 500 minute season finale. EnduroKA will visit some of the best circuits in the UK – Donington Park, Cadwell Park, Snetterton, Oulton Park and Brands Hatch - giving a varied and diverse endurance experience.
The EnduroKA Series is a single make series created to race a Ford KA Mk1 1300cc, produced between 2002 and 2008. This is the period during which the KA was fitted with the later OHC Duratec engine (also known as the Rocam engine). Cars will be presented in full race livery and modified to a strict control parts schedule and regulations.
Race Car Modifications
- Control suspension (dampers and springs)
- Control front brake pads
- Control tyres
- Control roll-cage
- Powerflex polyurethane bushes
- Braided brake hoses (optional) Enforced standardised parts will ensure an equal and fair playing field. Control parts (except for tyres) are available exclusively from Burton Power.
The cars may have their interior removed with the exception of the dashboard and door cards. Safety equipment that must be fitted in addition to the roll cage include a race seat, harnesses and a fire extinguisher system.
Racing as a team is in our opinion the best way to enjoy motorsport. Not only are you enjoying track action during your stint, you’re sharing the experience with your friends or family. Teams will consist of 2-4 drivers for races less than 12 hours and 3-6 drivers for races 12 hours and above.
All competitors must hold a current adult National B race licence as a minimum. Those aged 16 and 17 will have to meet conditions in order to race. To obtain a National B race licence, you need to pass an ARDS test which is a combination of a written exam and a demonstration of your driving on track. Anyone who is comfortable driving on track days should easily pass this test provided you get the questions right!
Drivers must wear the appropriate approved race wear as stated in the regulations.
Click here for EnduroKA regulations