CLUB ENDURO 750MC
Area Motorsport have been involved in Club Enduro and Endurance Racing for a Number of years.
The Club Enduro Championship was launched in 2016 by the 750 Motor Club. Targeting close racing The championship is split into 3 classes on power to weight. 300hp per tonne, 240bhp per tonne and 180 Bhp per tonne are the 3 power limits. We initially entered with our endurance EP3 Civic as a test more than anything before a 24HR Race. Since then we’ve been ever present with wins along the way against GT4 Cars, TCR Cars and other Circuit built machinery before switching to our own TCR Car late 2019 with 3 wins in a row in the final 3 Club Enduro Races. In 2019 with selected rounds we finished in the Top 3 in both Class A and Class B. 2020 saw us take the Class A Championship, The Overall Championship, Class B Championship and 2nd in Class C. 2021 again saw us take the Overall Championship, Class A Championship, Class B Championship, we had no Class C Entrants.
You can view our most recent Club Enduro Race Report here: Area Motorsport’s biggest Race Weekend Ever, 750MC Club Enduro and Civic Cup
If you want to know more about where your car can fit into place you can view the 750 mc club enduro regulations here: Club Enduro Regulations
With our success in the championship and the way we prepare and run our race weekends we started to gain customers for the Championship who wanted our support at the race weekends along with cars building specifically for the championship. This is really the same as we’ve done for years with Civic Cup however the way the race weekends are planned are vastly different due to the type of racing. For the majority of 2019 we ran 4 cars in Club Enduro, more than any other Team. We came away this year with 2nd in Class A 300 HP Per Tonne and Luke Handley 3rd in Class B 240 BHP per tonne. Other Customers included Matt Wallis in their TCR Leon and Steve Cuniffe in his Class B Honda Civic. The following Season of racing will see us field 5 cars in this championship. ( 2 x TCR Leons, 2 x Class B Civics, 1 x Class C Civic)
2020 and 2021 has seen us field 8 cars at most rounds and we’ve took 6 of the 8 available championship titles in the last 2 years.
2020 and 2021 saw us become Club Enduro Overall Champions, Class A Champions and Class B Champions.
2022 will see us field our New Golf GTI MK7’s in Class B and TCR cars in Class A