Hungary 2009 and Dubai 2010 – May

Dates races:
2nd 12H Hungary 9-10 October 2009
5th Anniversary 24H Dubai 14-15-16 January 2010
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2nd 12H Hungary 2009
Winner from last year, Schubert Motorsport, decides to participate again in the 2nd edition of the 12H Hungary 2009.
The first edition of the race in 2008 may have been 12 hours long by the clock, but it was far more of a sprint than an endurance event. The BMW from Schubert Motorsport spent many hours battling with the Jetalliance Porsche 996 RSR. They were seldom more than a lap or two apart, with several on track passes for the lead between them.

Budapest is a truly cultured European city and is located on both sides of the Danube River. It is featuring both rolling hills of Buda (on the west bank) and the organized, grid like layout of Pest (east bank), these two very different cities united by convenience into one city. You can enjoy in sightseeing, take a boat tour on Danube, or visit some of the many cultural programs. You will have no problem to find suitable accommodation in one of many hotels and apartments. Taste the Hungarian cuisine, the famous Hungarian wines and enjoy the “Paris of the east”.
Registration for the 2nd 12H Hungary

5th Anniversary 24H Dubai 2010

5th anniversary
In 2010 we celebrate the 5th anniversary of the 24H Dubai. A special event you don’t want to miss. Within four years the 24 hours of Dubai has grown into one of the world most international, well known and respected 24 hour races. In 2009 there were 81 cars, 319 drivers from 33 different countries and 135 media representatives from 21 different countries. With car brands like Renault, Mini, Nissan, Seat, Mitsubishi, BMW, Ferrari, Audi, Aston Martin, Porsche and many other car brands.

About Dubai Autodrome
The 5.39km track at the Dubai Autodrome is one of the most modern in the world; it is also one of the most challenging, as it has a combination of high-speed straights and technical corners. The venue is part of the Union Properties Motorcity development in the greater Dubailand area. The circuit, which contains six different configurations, is designed to allow three circuits to operate simultaneously, safely and independently from each other. The result presents circuit users with unparalleled options.
The circuit was designed to meet the strictest safety requirements and is the first FIA-sanctioned circuit to incorporate wide asphalt run-off areas. The digital surveillance system provides complete coverage of all areas of the track and is linked to the Race/Safety control room for monitoring and saving on hard disk recorders. This means that every incident along the track during a race or event can be viewed by the clerk of the course.
Most facilities are housed in a two-storey ultra modern complex facing the grandstand. These facilities include Pit Complex, Race/Safety Control Room, Timekeeping Room, Media Centre, VIP Suite and Stewards Room. A world-class Medical Centre is situated behind the Pit area for track emergencies during major events.
1ste Japanese Team Entering the 5th anniversary of the 24H Dubai 2010
We already experienced the 24H of Dubai as an highly international race. This year the first Japanese team, Rush 930, enters the 24H Dubai 2010 with a Porsche

Pre-register now and the first 40 pre-registrations will receive a Limited edition 24hSeries TW-steel watch for free. (normal price 349EUR)
Registration upcoming races 12H Hungary 2009 – 24H Dubai 2010
Make your registration now and secure your entry for the 2nd edition of the 12H Hungary and the 5th Anniversary of the 24H Dubai! 
To make sure you have the option to participate in our next races, make your pre registration now by using the forms below. You have to pay 500EUR pre registration fee per race. If you are one of the first 40 registrations (and you paid the 500EUR fee) you will receive an exclusive 24h series TW Steel watch.
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