NEO Endurance is looking for new crew members to help out in various parts of the series. Organizing an endurance series as professional as possible is a lot of work. To spread the workload, we are looking for new crew members. Race stewards NEO Endurance is looking for a couple of additional stewards for race control during […]
iRacing released another minor patch today to fix some critical bugs. There are some fixes to netcode and another DirectX 11 fix. Read the full release notes below. Release Notes – 2016 – S2 – Patch 2.2 [2016.04.28.01] This patch aims to fix several remaining issues after our last patch. CHANGE LOG: Website – Fixed functionality […]
A couple of weeks after the first patch update, iRacing released today (April 4th) a new patch update. This patch aims to fix several remaining performance and functionality issues after our last patch. iRacing also included a few more vehicle balance tweaks to help make the remainder of this racing season more competitive and exciting.
After a relative successful build deployment last week, iRacing deployed a first patch for the season. Originally the update was planned for Monday 14th, but delayed multiple times due to problems that have been found in final testing.
SimRC are one of the most established endurance teams in the whole of iRacing. They compete at the very highest level in championships and single endurance events. In the GT2 class, the Ford GT is their go to car and their drivers were very suited to the setup and car.
Thrustmaster Mivano Racing were entered into the NEO Endurance Series Season 2 as an already established team in GT Racing. They did not disappoint. Using their GT1 Aston Martin DBR9, they won the series by 84 points, but that would be misleading to how the season went.
NEO Endurance is proud to announce the provisional schedule for season 3 of the NEO Endurance Series (2016-2017). The season 3 schedule has six rounds, one round less than season 2. and the NES will have an Asian debut, in Japan.
Season 2 of the NEO Endurance Series (NES) ended only a couple of weeks ago. Besides the regular numbers, eg. race results or the championship standings, are already known. The last couple of weeks, we have gathered more data from last season and here are some interesting numbers.
NEO Endurance and Gathering of Tweakers (GoT) announced last September to raise money for the Motorsport Safety Foundation. NEO participates in the “% for safety” program of MSF. $6 of each team goes to MSF. On top of that, the fee for each roster change during season also goes to MSF. GoT joined this season by donating the fee for the roster changes as well.
The paddock was at the iconic Nürburgring for the season finale of the NEO Endurance Series. Due to some late withdrawals the grid was slightly smaller than usual. Only 31 took the start for the final eight hours of the season. Throughout the whole field an amazing race unfolded.