The entry price is £385, and you also get to pay £60 for registration. This race came about two years ago as a way to find a balance between sprint racing and endurance racing. They offer a format of four runs which take twenty-five minutes each.
You can decide to race as an individual or as a team of up to four people. Two classes exist in the race. There is the first class which is for drivers who have been in the racing industry for a while and the second level comprises of new drivers.
There is a minimum weight limit of eighty-five kilos. The reason behind this restriction is to ensure that all the competing drivers are at par and that none has an unfair advantage over the others. As a team, you must work to ensure that all your drivers adhere to this weight. Failure to do so will lead to direct disqualification.
If you are unsure of how to achieve such weights, there are guides to help you out. Both classes have three trophies at the end for the first three drivers.
There are practice sessions for each of the four races. You will get a chance to do five laps per track to get you accustomed to the curves before the final races.
It will take twenty-five minutes to compete in each competition. There are four races in total. Once a track comes to an end, the drivers remove their plate numbers and hop onto other karts. The previously used karts are re-fuelled and readied for other drivers. The drivers then compete in another race. The organizer will record points of each time per lap and these marks get compiled in the end to come up with a total which decides who gets the awards.
The distribution of karts gets done randomly in each competition. However, there are standards put in place to avoid confusion. One of these ways is to have one team have a given number for the entirety of the competition.
For those unsure of their driving abilities, there is a thirty-minute training session before the competitions begin.