Croft ready for two-wheeled No Limits Racing action

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Croft Circuit will once again be reverberating to the sound of motorcycles when round four of the No Limits Racing series takes place next weekend.

The North Yorkshire track will welcome the UK’s only National Endurance Championship, which is a regular feature on the calendar, as well as a variety of sprint races in a packed timetable over the two-day meeting.

The headline three-hour Motul ACU National Endurance Championship will be held on Saturday afternoon as a variety of bikes line up including the Yorkshire-based JJ Racing team who currently head the leaderboard.

In the National 600 series watch out for locals including Lanchester’s James Alderson and Hartlepool rider Tommy Fielding as well as a host of National stars in this BSB feeder series.

The No Limits Super Twins and Standard Twins kick off the action on Saturday and will also be first out on Sunday featuring Suzuki 650s and Aprilia 660s amongst other marques.

The Metzeler Newcomer 1000 and Streetbike Cup will be competing over both days whilst the Metzeler Newcomer 600 and Pre-Injection 600s also battle it out three times over the course of the weekend. Riders in the Pirelli Super Series 1000 supported by Premier 1000s will also be going wheel to wheel three times with Ryan Campion currently at the top from Ryan Dixon and Tom Norton.

The Tamworth GYTR Pro Shop Cup 1000 and Ducati Challenge and the Tamworth GYTR Pro Shop Cup 600 and Pirelli Super Series 600 will also be competing for the honours. There will be something for classic bike fans as well, as the CB500 and Modern/Retro 400s take to the circuit.

Qualifying begins at 9.30am on Saturday followed by racing at 11.50, the feature Motul ACU National Endurance Championship race takes place at 3pm for three hours. Racing starts at midday on Sunday with a full programme throughout the afternoon. Croft’s brand-new Café, Hanger 50, will also be open and serving refreshments over the weekend too.

Adult admission is just £16.50 on both days with accompanied children aged 15 and under admitted free. There is free car and bike parking and free paddock access. Further information is available from Croft Circuit on 01325 721815 or at

Tickets for all 2024 events are available to purchase along with Season Passes and Driving Experiences.

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