The Return of the Hungaroring

It has been a long time coming but in very recent and exciting news it has been revealed that we will soon experience the return of the Hungaroring this year. The Hungaroring will host its first Hankook 12H Hungary since 2014 while on track to replace the planned Coppa Florio 12H Sicily.

The Hungaroring is now back on the 24H Series calendar and will now become the sixth championship round of this year’s 24H Series, commencing on October 2. With very little time to spare, the 4.381km Hungaroring venue is packed with great motorsport history and is adjacent to the amazing city of Budapest.

After a seven-year interval period, both Creventic and management of the Hungaroring feel that this will be an extremely special event for many involved in the industry. After Creventic had two successful years hosting their first ever endurance events at the Dubai Autodrome, they are now organising their first twelve-hour race at such a spectacular European venue isn what is a massive step towards creating the multi-round 24H Series Championship.

The Creventic team are confident that many of the racing teams due to take part at the return of the Hungaroring will be very happy and excited to race in Hungary not to mention the excitement that is building around the guaranteed drama and on track action that the venue will bring.

Similar to many other Creventic 24H events, the Hankook 24H Hungary will also be split across two days with the series’ now conventional overnight intervention in between. Once the thirty-minute qualifying session is out of the way for both the TCE and GT divisions, spectators can expect to see part one of the race unfold between 16:30hrs and 18:30hrs local time on Saturday 2 October. The race will then take place without any interruptions on Sunday 3 October at 08:30 hrs directly after the restart.

Along with the return of the Hungaroring taking place this October, the 24H Series season finale is still set to take place as originally planned at the Sebring International Raceway along with the first ever Hankook 24H Sebring on 18 – 20 November. With lots of firsts on the rise leaves great speculation around who will be next to take pole position.

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