Every year up to 60 BUKC teams past and present head to Middlesborough for the annual BUKC 24 Hour Race.
Hosted after exams toward the end of June, the 24 hour race is the perfect excuse to forget about uni, get your head down to some serious hardcore endurance racing and chill out with your team mates.
The BUKC 24 Hour Race 2023 will once again be hosted at the super fast Teesside Autodrome on the full International Circuit as shown below:
The BUKC 24 Hour Race 2023 will take place at Teesside Autodrome on the weekend of the 17th and 18th June (longest weekend of the year).
Arrival is at 7.30am. The briefing is at 8.30am. Practice will kick off at 9am. The race will start at 12.30pm.
- 2 hours practice
- Super Pole – One shot qualifying
- Race Starts at 12.30pm
- Race Ends at 12.30pm
Entry fees are £1650 per team.
Universities can enter as many teams as they wish. Graduates of the BUKC are also welcome to form their own teams or join undergraduate teams as well.
RULES & REGS
Make sure you read the BUKC 24 Hour Rules and Regulations before you turn up to the event.
And to help you prepare for it we’ve created a special BUKC 24 Hour Guide with some valuable tips which you don’t want to miss out on.
Some photos from the Drivers Championships the last time at Clay during the pandemic!