New US endurance series announced

United States Endurance Racing Association Formed DANVILLE, VA. (December 29, 2005) -- The United States Endurance Racing Association, Inc. announced its formation today. Based in Danville, Virginia, USERA will develop and promote endurance ...

United States Endurance Racing Association Formed

DANVILLE, VA. (December 29, 2005) -- The United States Endurance Racing Association, Inc. announced its formation today. Based in Danville, Virginia, USERA will develop and promote endurance automobile racing throughout North America.

The first endurance series being developed by USERA will be the Spec Miata Endurance Championship which will provide low-cost endurance racing for the highly popular production based Mazda Miata sports cars that are prepared to the "Spec Miata" racing rules.

"We are very excited to announce the formation of both the new Association and the new Endurance Championship," said USERA founder and President, Ken Grammer. "The Spec Miata is ideal for the aspiring endurance race driver and team. We are providing a great opportunity for teams to compete in a cost effective professional endurance racing series."

The Spec Miata Endurance Championship will consist of three hour or longer races culminating with the naming of driver and team champions. USERA is planning an eight race schedule with $10k per race in base prize money.

Announcements concerning membership in USERA and more details on the Spec Miata Endurance Championship will be forthcoming.

About USERA Founded in 2005, USERA develops and operates professional endurance road racing championship series throughout North America. For more information on USERA, visit www.usenduro.com.

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