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Maxi Endurance 32 Plans Materializing

Maxi Endurance 32 set to go for Guinness World Record…

Photo: Autodromo Algarve Circuit

Photo: Autodromo Algarve Circuit

Plans for the world’s longest endurance race are falling into place, with organizers from the Maxi Endurance 32 revealing further details on the event’s regulations.

The 32-hour race, set to be held at the Portimao Circuit on Dec. 12-14, will feature a variety of eligible machinery, including GT3, GT4, CN, production sports cars, various Cup class cars and more.

Up to five drivers per car will be allowed, with drivers able to take part in two different cars. Additionally, teams will be allowed to enter two cars, with drivers able to move between the entries.

Unlike some 24-hour races, cars will be allowed to be recovered on-track and return to the garage for repairs, while no restrictions have been placed on rebuilds during the race, other than not being able to change the engine.

The event, supervised by the Spanish and Portuguese Automobile Federations, will go into the Guinness Book of World Records of being the longest continuous circuit race.

Additionally, event organizers have stated the race will take place, independently of the number of participants.

More details on this unique event can be found here.

John Dagys is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Sportscar365 as well as the recently launched e-racing365 Web site for electric racing. Dagys spent eight years as a motorsports correspondent for FOXSports.com/SPEED Channel, and contributes to other publications worldwide. Contact John

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