The Endurance Team were the team to beat throughout the 2017 season and completed the campaign top of the pile with a haul of 176 points out of a possible 225 from the nine rounds.

Gaz Evans and Colin Norris were the regular riders during the year, with notable contributions from Gary Johnson and Daniel Drayton, as the team claimed the No Limits Racing ACU National Endurance 600 crown by 43 points ahead of Double Two Racing and Fastbikes – Kime Racing.

The team produced an incredible eight podium finishes, only failing to make the top three at the second race of the season at Brands Hatch, sliding to seventh. Sorrymate responded with a win at Donington Park a month later and hit the front after round four at Anglesey Coastal, where they would stay until the end, eventually registering three victories, three seconds and two thirds.

Sorrymate have a history of being the pacesetters having already previously won the Endurance Championship in past years and the hard work and commitment of the crew paid off as they were able to cruise to the title.

No Limits Racing, the UK’s only National Endurance Championship, will return for its sixth successive season in 2018. Each event includes a variety of sprint races in addition to the Endurance contests. The provisional calendar suggests the campaign will comprise of eight rounds across six venues:

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