The Krider/Kramer Racing Speed:Sport:Life E3 Class entry finished second in the 6 hour race (first portion of the 25 hour race), clinching the Western Endurance Racing Championship series for 2010. The team went on for the full 25 hours in the longest road race in the world to finish 31st overall out of 78 teams and 12th in class (after being in two major crashes from overtaking faster cars). Check out what the team did to endure the 25.
Tag - 25 Hours of Thunderhill
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The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) 25 Hours of Thunderhill presented by Mothers is coming up quick with only a few more days for teams to prepare. The race kicks off at 11:00 a.m. on December 4th, goes 25 grueling hours around the clock, and the checker falls at 12:00 p.m. on December 5th. Speed:Sport:Life will be there covering the event (while also competing in the E3 class in the number 33 Krider/Kramer Racing Nissan Sentra). Check out a few things our team has done to try to get ready for the lengthy road race that is one solid hour longer than the world famous 24 Heures du Mans. Photo by Vanhap Motorsports Photography.