Final motorcycling race event of the year this weekend at Donington
The final motorcycle racing event of the season at Donington Park will come from No Limits Racing this weekend (8-9 October), with a busy schedule of 25 races across the two days and tickets priced at just £10.
No Limits is one of the newest racing clubs in the UK, and runs series for newcomers to motorsport as well as for more experienced competitors.
A series of sprint style races will form the bulk of the action, while Saturday’s racing is concluded with a three hour endurance contest for the No Limits Endurance series, which features a rare ‘Le Mans’ style start, where the riders run to the bikes, start the engines and set off, rather than the now traditional grid start.
Other series competing include the Two Stroke Grand Prix, which will race four times across the two days, with a large grid of two stroke engined machines with five different classes including F1 and V-Twin 250s. Racing rookies will battle for honours in the Metzeler Newcomer 600 and 1000 series, with further racing from the Pirelli Super Series 600 & 1000, and the No Limits Cup and No Limits Pre-Injection Cup.
The paddock will be open as usual this weekend, allowing spectators to get up close to the racing machinery and meet the riders as they prepare for the races.
Tickets for this event are priced at just £10 on the gate, with free admission for children aged 13 and under. For more information, click here.