Endurance Racing is different from any other form of motorsport.
Widely recognised for not only its technical challenges, this form of racing is a true test of a driver’s mental and physical capabilities as well as the most important facet; teamwork.
There are many famed car racing endurance events across the world (like the Bathurst 12 Hour, Nurburgring 24 Hour and the Le Mans 24 Hour to name but a few), however it is only in endurance karting that everyday people get to experience the thrill of an endurance race at an affordable cost.
This page takes you through everything you need to know about the sport of Endurance Karting, from who can be a participant, what a race strategy is, what equipment you require and the other key factors that make endurance racing stand apart from any other kind of karting.
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The SEK Qld Championship has two competition divisions. Twin Engine endurance karts for Senior License holders running twin Honda GX200’s and for the Juniors, an extended 4 Stroke Single Sprint Format. This Junior category utilises single engine karts powered by either a Briggs & Stratton 206 or Torini ClubMaxx.