The first teams confirm participation in Maxi Endurance 32 hour race
The field for the longest endurance race in the world is taking shape.
In southern Europe, during the month of December and under ideal weather conditions for the practice of motorsports, new endurance world records will be set.
During the first edition of MAXIENDURANCE 32, new world records of duration and reliability will be established at the Autodromo Internacional Do Algarve from 12th to 14th of December.
MAXIENDURANCE 32 teams and drivers will take part in a new challenge in the specialty of endurance, a discipline that has hardly changed for the last 100 years in terms of maximum duration of the races.
Be a part of history
Participating in the first edition of the world's longest race is a unique opportunity to make history. In this race the teams and bravest drivers in the world, who want to be pioneers in establishing new records in this specialty , will be shape a new era.
In the coming weeks the race will be officially presented to the media both in Spain and Portugal. The presidents of both federations, D. Carlos Gracia, form the Royal Spanish Automobile Federation and D. Manuel de Mello, from the Portuguese Automobile Federation, will assit to these official presentations.
Both institutions have supported this race initiative from the beginning.
János Wimpffen, Sports Car Racing Research Associates, is helping to coordinate between North American drivers wishing to participate in the Maxi 32 and the European teams which will be entering and are looking for drivers. János can be reached at, 360-221-2130, mobile206-399-3692, e-mail, email@example.com
Current entry list
You can see the provisional entry list and another list with more teams that about to confirm their participation below.
Other teams to confirm their participation
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