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ENDLESS Proud to Partner with South Island Endurance Series 2014

Prosport Auto Ltd is proud to announce its 2014 partnership with
 the Asko South Island Endurance Series via Endless Advance Race Brake Technology, who become Official Braking Partners to the prestigious and hotly-contested annual series starting in Invercargill this weekend.

Recently sanctioned by Motorsport New Zealand as a national championship, the South Island Endurance Series will boast a full field of top class race cars, teams and drivers from around the country all competing for the one hour and three hour title over the next two months, in this year’s three-round series.

Prosport Auto Managing Director Mike Cullingford says “the South Island Endurance Series is a long-standing test of New Zealand’s best endurance teams and we’re proud to be associated with both the event and calibre of competition shown every year from all teams competing in the event”.

“The endurance and fluid range of Endless product is extremely well suited to the constant demands of high temperature and long-time racing, and proven by teams the world over in series such as Le Mans, Nurburgring, Bathurst etc and we have no doubt that the support of ENDLESS will add to the competitiveness of this year’s series.” 

Boasting an incredible field of series winning vehicles and internationally iconic builds, the number of impressive entries is only matched by the number of highly-talented names who will be piloting the vehicles in this year’s series.  Craig Baird and Ant Pederson will come directly from competing in the Sandown 500 to line up at the Teretonga Series opener, alongside Jono Lester, Inky Tulloch, Grant Aitken, Paul Kelly in the upper capacity classes just to name a few.
The four classes of competitors will race side by side on track throughout the series with teams from the GT Class, 3501cc +, 2001 – 3500cc and 0 – 2000cc set to stun crowds in record breaking attempts over the one and three hour categories.

“With braking performance being crucial to all endurance applications, the support of ENDLESS Advance Race Brake Technology will focus heavily on providing committed service to teams who looking to increase their braking capacity and obtain performance advancements in their results over the course of the series” says Mike.

After this weekend’s round at Teretonga, the ASKO Endurance Series moves to Mike Pero Motorsport Park Ruapuna, Christchurch on 4 October before the Series grand finale at Levels Raceway, Timaru on 18 October, where the overall 3 Hour Series champion will be awarded the South Canterbury Toyota Cup as well as the New Zealand Endurance Championship title