The TW Steel Dmax Endurance Championships are designed for the individual driver who wants the ultimate racing challenge - racing a powerful two-stroke kart over a whole hour!
Following driver registration, drivers weigh in to ensure that they meet the minimum and maximum weight limits for their chosen weight class, before attending the driver briefing – which provides a comprehensive safety briefing and track guide for all drivers no matter how experienced they are.
The Drivers are then invited to pick their karts at random prior to qualifying.
Qualifying practice is 15 minutes and lap times during the session will determine grid positions with the driver posting the fastest lap taking Pole Position. If a driver is unhappy with any aspect of their randomly-picked kart’s performance, they are able to swap their kart during the qualifying session provided a Daytona Engineer confirms the fault. Once the Qualifying Practice session has ended, drivers cannot swap back to a kart they have already rejected.
Once the green flag has dropped, it’s a non-stop, 1 hour test of your endurance and skill. The karts will run the entire race on one tank of fuel so your only strategy decisions are based on the drivers around you. It takes supreme concentration to keep up a fast pace over an entire 60 minutes and only the best will take the chequered flag first. Do you have what it takes?
The Weight Classes
There are three weight classes in the TW Steel Dmax 2016
Championships; Lightweight, Intermediate and Heavyweight, meaning drivers race on equal terms.
- The Lightweight Class has a minimum weight of 70kg (kitted up).
- The Intermediate Class has a minimum weight of 85kg (kitted up).
- The Heavyweight Class has a minimum weight of 97.5kg (kitted up).
Drivers may carry as much ballast as required to meet the minimum weight for Lightweight entry, whilst Intermediate and Heavyweight drivers may only carry a maximum of 7.5kgs.
RACE REPORTS / RESULTS SERVICE
Race results and updated Championship tables are posted on the Dmax website the day after each race meeting along with race reports detailing the action.
The Dmax Championships offer the maximum racing for drivers within a race day and thus the day is run on a very tight schedule; drivers that miss the Mandatory Safety Briefing due to lateness will not be allowed to participate in that event.
If you would like to book for the final round of the 2016 Championships or for the DMAX Championships 2017, please contact Mark Wimblett on 03303327870.
You can download The British DMAX 2017 Championship Calendar here.