Have you ever thought about endurance racing and doing it without breaking the bank? Here it is! The rules are simple, you need a friend’s kart, minimum 5 years of age and a 2 to 4 driver team. The event entry provides the rest. Track sessions, all driver passes for practice and race day, fuel, oil, new tires, and new engine. Yes, even the engine!
This event will be first of its kind using the 4 stroke Predator Ghost. Designed specifically for karting, makes it the perfect engine for the 4 Hours of NY. Being able to include the Ghost engine in the entry cost will ensure parity not seen anywhere in racing.
The race will be held on June 10th and 11th 2023. The first day of the event will include engine pickup and a full day of practice for all race drivers. While day two will host a warmup plus the first ever 4 hours of NY race.
Two classes will be offered for this race, with only weight being the difference. Weight averages of drivers will determine class of competition. With all drivers competing an equal amount of race time it will be true team effort. A special trophy will also be awarded to the over 40 top masters team.
Parity and a good rules package are already in place to keep the race even for all. Engine, tires, fuel and oil will be kept in a Parc ferme condition throughout the event. It cannot be more even for all, may the best team win! For detailed rules and regulations please scroll down.
Don’t have a kart, tools or transport, we have shops that are all set to provide the whole experience, call us for participating team details.
Registration is now open and will be limited to 24 teams. Register now to ensure your team gets to compete in this first ever 4 Hours of NY.
Endurance Karting Event
2 drivers minimum to 4 drivers maximum per team.
Entries will be limited to the first 24 teams
Light Class 350lbs
Not Light Class 390lbs
Chassis requirements, minimum 5 years of age or event approved chassis. Chassis will be sealed with barcode verification at event registration.
Teams with drivers all over 40 years old are eligible for the Masters Team win.
All refueling will be handled by event staff in specific time slots determined by on track positions.
Electric Impact Allowed Per Team during a pitstop, No Air Impacts
Engines must be shut off during pit stops and driver must exit the kart.
Standard Floor Tray Fuel Tanks Only, No Enduro tanks,
1 Fuel Tank Per Kart, Maximum Capacity Tank is 9 liters, 2 ½ Gallons
Maximum Fuel Line Length is 4 feet, Maximum ID is 1/4″
No on track chain oiling systems allowed
All lead weight must be cotter keyed to prevent weight from falling off or double nutted
No Belt Drive Systems, Chain Drive Only
All teams must have a fire extinguisher in their pit box
No on-board radios for driver to pit and/or pit to driver communications, there is a designated area to signal your driver with a pit board
*No spare karts allowed during the event. One spare engine is allowed per team.
*It is the team’s responsibility to make sure their transponder is installed and working properly.
*We will be timing practice during race day practice to confirm transponders. Transponders will be mandatory during all race day sessions.
*All drivers weight and kart and must average overall class weight during all official sessions.
*All drivers on a team must make pre-race weigh in at the end of the race. Drivers will be weighed throughout the event. No removable weight or ballast is allowed on the kart or driver during the event.
*All weight must have double nut or the bolt drilled and cotter keyed. *The kart rear tires must be on the ground when it is started during pit stops, no revving in the air and dropping the kart.
*All teams must run a minimum of two different drivers in the race, maximum of four. Driver requirements and mandatory number of stops will be listed in the official race schedule.
*F-Series Sporting Rules and Regulations apply.
Engine will be issued at event registration.
Engine and fuel will be in a parc ferme during specific schedule times, check our event schedule for exact details.