The World Racing League will be at Brainerd International Raceway for a second season of endurance road racing during the Intercomp Speed Festival, May 2-3.
The festival is a pair of eight-hour endurance races Saturday and Sunday on BIR’s road course. Teams are comprised of at least two drivers who rotate driving responsibilities during these marathon races.
The event starts Friday with a school for novice drivers and a social for race teams. Racing starts at 9 a.m. on Saturday and 8:30 a.m. Sunday. The team with the most laps after eight hours wins.
The World Racing League is a nationwide, grassroots racing series founded on the premise that amateur road racing should be accessible and enjoyable, without unnecessary hassles or barriers to participate, and without losing the flavor and nature of real competition.
Club racing cars, budget racing vintage racing cars… if they are safe and built within power-to-weight limits, then they are also World Racing League cars. SPB, PT, STU, STL, GT, Production, IT, SM, Chump and LeMons are just a few of the types of cars that are racing now. And of course, you can build something just for WRL! We’re serious about no contact racing, for your safety and to keep repair costs to a minimum.