M1GP is pleased to hold our 11th running of The 8 hours at Grangé.
“Some said no one would want to race for such a ‘long period of time’.”
The 8 Hours at Grangé is historically important as it’s the race which brought minibike endurance racing to California in a big way. The race was met with both enthusiasm from those who raced shorter races, 2 & 4 hour endurance races. It was also met with skepticism from naysayers, including Al Lyons, race director and owner of CMRRA, the racing organization which ultimately held the race after M1GP met the requirement of getting 12-15 teams registered. At the time of race start, 21 teams were on the starting grid.
In past years, this event, like the M1GP24, has been used to raise funds for worthy causes. This year will be no exception. $15 from every paid entry will go towards the Task Force for Global Health
On Saturday, April, 28th, the race starts again for the 11th time.
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES?
There is only one way to find out.
Read the rules, form a team, and register.
See you in April!