32nd edition of 24 Hours of Zolder returns to its roots ZOLDER. The 32nd edition of the 24 Hours of Zolder is fully returning to its competition roots. During the mid-eighties this former classic Belgian endurance race once again saw the...
32nd edition of 24 Hours of Zolder returns to its roots
ZOLDER. The 32nd edition of the 24 Hours of Zolder is fully returning to its competition roots. During the mid-eighties this former classic Belgian endurance race once again saw the light of day and for years everyone and everything was welcome, touring cars, silhouettes and GTs. Last year, following a few seasons during which only GTs appeared at the start, an initial step back in to the open formula was made and in 2010 the 24 Hours of Zolder will be back to its 'good old' tradition. "An open formula with simple regulations, this is something we are going for", Hans van de Ven of Speedworld Promotion explained. "Everyone can and may race and on the sidelines we want to create an incredible festival atmosphere, a real Flemish Kermis. On Saturday and Sunday 21st and 22nd August I want to see loads of happy people, both on and next to the track!"
A powerful GT, a fast silhouette, economical touring cars or exclusive GT4s... a colourful mix of racing cars and more specifically a well-filled grid, these are the promoters' ambitions for the 32nd edition of the 24 Hours of Zolder 2010 on 21st and 22nd August. "To achieve this we have kept the regulations pretty simple, without Balance of Performance, too many interventions and adaptations or drastic elements, everyone, with the exception of the modern GT1s is welcome to appear at the start of our event"
Stay up-to-date online
For several years 24u.be has provided a perfect coverage of the 24 Hours event in Zolder. With snippets of information on who would be competing as also a preview before the race, live reports during the race, and an extensive review promptly after the endurance battle; all this was to be found online via 24u.be during the previous editions of these 24 Hours of Zolder. But now 24u.be is going a step further, there will namely be on- going focus regarding the race throughout the year and this under a new name: www.24hoursofzolder.com. As from today you can follow the run-up to the race on www.24hoursofzolder.com. So stay tuned!
On and next to the track
Speedworld Promotion, responsible for the sporting aspect, is working closely with Circuit Zolder, which is responsible for the event and the activities next to the track and have every intention of making these 24 Hours of Zolder a true festival for the general public. In the coming weeks we will be unveiling the programme, but we can already divulge that everyone will find something to their liking. Parties, a wide variety of live music, virtual animation, crazy challenges and during 24 hours a brilliant atmosphere; these are the main ingredients of this grand festival being held on 21st and 22nd August. Keep a close eye on your mailbox and surf regularly to 24u. www.24hoursofzolder.com!
In addition to the 24 Hours of Zolder the Legends Cars Cup Benelux, the Belgian Historic Cup and the 2010 FIA Lurani Trophy for Formula Junior Cars will also be gracing the sporting aspect of the meeting.
Stay informed a keep abreast of the latest news
In addition to a series of press releases between now and the end of the race, we will also regularly be bringing you short news snippets from the paddock area, to be discovered on www.24hoursofzolder.com. Teams, drivers, sponsors, collaborators and organisers will receive extensive coverage and more especially they themselves will be able to provide their own specific news! Via firstname.lastname@example.org let us know whether you are looking for a car, an eventual additional driver, what your ambitions might be and why you really want to be a part of this great event once again.