2020 TDC & SUPERCUP CHAMPIONS SET TO TAKE ON 12-HOUR ENDUROKA EPIC
Mon 14 June 2021
Ray Honeybone, Jamie Jeffrey, Martyn Culley, Michael Smith and Matthew Anstiss will all compete in the EnduroKA ‘12 Heures du Norfolk’ race next weekend (26-27 June), when the series arrives at Snetterton.
The quintet will enjoy a fully funded round of the endurance series as part of the prize for becoming 2020 MSVT TrackDay Championship or MSVT SuperCup class champions.
Ray Honeybone shone in last year’s TrackDay Championship, soaring to Class B and overall championship victory, with highlights including a third place finish on Snetterton’s 300 circuit. Meanwhile, Jamie Jeffrey took the Class D title after a consistent campaign behind the wheel of his BMW Z3.
The 2020 SuperCup season saw Martyn Culley finish top of the Class A contenders, with the Seat Leon Cupra R driver enjoying a class win at Brands Hatch’s Indy circuit. Class B’s Team FR Racing with Darkside’s Michael Smith also took a best result of sixth at the Kent venue. Matthew Anstiss proved to be on good form last year with a strong season seeing him pilot his Honda S2000 to overall victory in Class C.
Unfortunately Nick White (TrackDay Championship Class C champion) will be unable to compete at the 12-hour EnduroKA race due to pre-existing race commitments, and Nick Jackson (SuperCup Class S winner) will be running his own Ford KA team. Teammate Ollie Pidgley will also be absent.
The group will work together over the weekend as they take on the Norfolk venue’s 200 circuit in the Moores Motors’ Ford KA – a car originally built at the inaugural MotorsportDays.live event in under two days. Expect to see plenty of pit stops and driver changes as the team aim to take to the top step of the podium.
Spectators are welcome to attend as the venue continues to operate at a reduced capacity in line with the latest government guidance. For more event information click here.