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  • noun Plural form of enduro.


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  • “They were really popular in scrambles, and enduros throughout the country, especially in the northeast”


  • Q It's not like enduros negations that they had on budget before --

    Press Briefing By Joe Lockhart

  • Weather, new faces, new driver pairings and some big names in new cars add to the uncertainty that defines the enduros but here at SPEED we've put our heads together to help guide you through it. | Top Stories

  • I am certainly feeling a lot more in tune with this car this year going into these enduros than where we were last year. | Top Stories

  • From rolling starts and with compulsory pit-stops in longer events, the races might not rival the six-hour-plus enduros of yore with a mere 90 minutes constituting "long distance", but one event on the calendar more than any other will create that unique atmosphere of Group C cars in endurance racing. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph

  • Ritter came oh-so-close to winning at Bathurst in 2009 until that ill-timed safety car that also caught out Skaife and Murphy, while Holdsworth has produced some storming come-back drives at the enduros. | Top Stories

  • Holdsworth confirmed to SPEED that Besnard and Greg Ritter will be back as GRM co-drivers in the enduros in 2011 and he's confident of finally getting his name on the Peter Brock trophy. | Top Stories

  • ChumpCar is running twin 7-hour enduros this weekend at


  • The globetrotting journalist's words are a reminder that continuous evolutionary development is vital if the GS is to retain its character and the position it has consistently held over the past three decades as the benchmark among touring enduros.

  • In the three decades since the first G/S was presented, the large touring enduros have cornered an impressive market share.


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