UK Endurance Masters

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“Here we are folks, The singlemost exciting R/c race concept this year!! On the 17th October 2010, the race will start at 10am and when it starts you have to fit the engine, run it in, tune it and race it as hard as you can over 6 hours at the fantastic Stoke Nitro track in Stoke on Trent, Staffs. In true Le Mans style the winner will be the team with the largest amount of laps after the 6 hours is over. There are fantastic prizes to be won, spot prizes to be won, a charity raffle, and acheivement awards too. Prizes include, A brand new 1/8th Rallycross buggy, 2.4ghz radios, engines, servos, airbrushed shells, hoodys, tranny muffs. Full details of the prizes will be released very shortly.

The website is LIVE @ www.ukendurancemasters.com Race entry is live and is on a first come first served basis with reserve places. This event is limited to 20 teams. Entry fee for the event is £100 per team with ALL proceeds going to Help for Heroes. This event has been fully authorised by the charity and is featured on their website, and we expect representatives to be in attendance on the day. A paypal address is being setup to receive the entry fees but you can also pay by other means. Please use the contact us form for further details regarding payments. And now for the important bit, the engines we have secured for the event are the fantastic Picco P3b!! Weve all heard of these little power houses, and what they are capable of, and we beleive these will be a great asset to the event. The fuel will be Byrons Gen 2 25%, the teams will be issues with 2 gallons and we expect this to be plenty, but more will be available on request as we will have spare! Just remember though you must use the fuel supplied or you will be disqualified even if it is the same. We have already in place measures so we can easily identify OUR fuel. So it leaves me to say get your entries in fast guys we already have massive interest in this race, and any questions please dont hesitate to ask the comittee.

Who are –
Kev Davies, Graham Grice, Jamie Skelton, and Shaun Reeve”