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Classes of NES

The NEO Endurance Series has three different classes: Prototype, Grand Touring (GT) and Grand Touring Sport (GTS). All three classes race together on tack, each with their own battle for the lead.


The prototypes are the fastest and most technologically advanced cars on the grid. cockpit cars with a spec engine supplier. These cars are specifically made for the race track.
Weight: 825 kg
Width: 2000 mm
Height: 1020 mm
Engine: 3.4L V8 naturally aspirated by HPD
Power: 480 bhp
Transmission: HPD-Hewland 6-speed sequential unit with manual paddle-operated gearshift
Fuel capacity: 60 kg

Grand Touring

Grand Touring (GT) cars are the fastest GT cars on the track. These cars are based on production models and engineered to the maximum performance possible. GT cars you could buy at the local dealer. The GT class consists of GT1-spec cars. In GT it will be a Aston Martin vs Corvette battle and both cars have Michelin tires.
Aston Martin DBR9 GT1
Weight: 1170 kg
Engine: 6 liter Aluminum V12, DOHC w/4 valves per cylinder,
Power: 600 bhp
Transmission: XTRAC 6 speed, sequential
Fuel capacity: 90 liters

Chevrolette Corvette C6.R GT1
Weight: 1100 kg
Engine: 7.0 liter LS7R V8
Power: 590 bhp
Transmission: 6 speed, sequential
Fuel capacity: 90 liters

Grand Touring Sport

Grand Touring Sport is a new class. They are also based on production model cars but do not feature the same level of aerodynamics and power as the GT class cars. The GTS class consists FIA GT3-spec cars, which means these cars have ABS and Traction Control. The cars in the GTS class run on Pirelli tires.


Audi R8 LMS GT3
Weight: 1270 kg
Engine: 90º V10, DOHC w/4 valves per cylinder,
Power: 576 bhp
Transmission: 6 speed, sequential
Fuel capacity: 120 liters

Mercedes AMG GT3
Weight: 1330 kg
Engine: 6.3 liter V8
Power: 500 bhp
Transmission: 6 speed, sequential
Fuel capacity: 120 liters