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DMAX’s new endurance series

DMAX’s new endurance series

UK’s most competitive hire-kart series ready for take-off at Daytona Milton KeynesThis year’s DMAX Championship predicted to be best ever with all-new Power Maxed Endurance series

21 February 2016 will see the UK’s most competitive hire-kart series – the TW Steel DMAX Championship – thunder off the grid at Daytona Milton Keynes for the start of what promises to be its most successful season yet. After celebrating a phenomenal year in 2015 with 325 individual drivers at seven different circuits nationwide, this year’s series will further expand to include an additional championship, Daytona Power Maxed  Endurance Team Challenge.

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Open to teams of 2 to 4 drivers, Daytona’s all-new ‘Power Maxed’ Team Championship, is a four-round series running in conjunction with the 2016 DMAX calendar. Racing Daytona’s outstanding DMAX karts over 2.5 hours at each of the four rounds, the best three will count for the Championship. Two weight classes (light and heavy) will ensure an equal playing field with 30 places available on the grid at any one round. This series adds an exciting and challenging new dimension of team-racing to the TW Steel DMAX  Championship which, since its inception back in 2009, has only ever been a single-driver series. 

Jim Graham, Daytona DMAX Series Director “Following the best ever DMAX season last year, with the closest racing, we are really looking forward to 2016.   With a race calendar designed to ensure full grids across the classes, Daytona are committed to building upon the strengths of the DMAX Racing brand.”

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He continues,”We are delighted to welcome Power Maxed as our newest partners for this year. Anyone who has seen the impact the brand has had in the British Touring Car Championship will understand what they will be bringing to both Daytona and our DMAX Championships. We look forward to an exciting and long lasting partnership with Power Maxed.”

If you would like to take part in the 2016 DMAX Championship and/or the Daytona Power Maxed Endurance Team Challenge,  please contact Mark Wimblett at Daytona Motorsport on 033 033 27870 or mark.wimblett@daytona.co.uk 

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