In 2006, Granny Gear Productions announced the inaugural 24 hour National Points Series, which was ultimately contested by 16 teams, yet until recently the fate of the series for 2007 remained uncertain largely due to the expense of running it. However, the series is officially back in action for 2007, with three new events added.
Points will be tracked across 22 pro and amateur categories. To be considered for the overall, the best three of six races will be counted, with a two-race minimum to qualify.
The schedule is below.
April 21-22: 24 hours of Vail Lake (California)
May 19-20: 24 hours of Conyers (Georgia)
June 9-10: 24 hours of Big Bear (West Virginia)
July 28-29: 24 hours of Killington (Vermont)
September 22-23: 24 hours of Landahl (Missouri)
October 13-14: 24 hours of Moab (Utah)