All Six Circuits to Return in New 24H SERIES ESPORTS Season
One year after the biggest shake-up in the history of the NEO Endurance Series, the second season of the 24H SERIES ESPORTS will have a much more familiar feel, as all six circuits on last season’s calendar will return to the schedule, which runs from…
Race Preview: 6H COTA
Some drivers love it, some drivers hate it, but this weekend, they all have to race it. Circuit of the Americas is up next on the 24H SERIES ESPORTS schedule, and with the help of our team representatives, we’ll preview the second race of the…
P2 Recap: AVA Avoids Incidents, Scores a Texas-Sized Win
The departure of the top HPD teams from past NEO Endurance Series seasons left a void in the P2 class in search of a new frontrunner. After two races so far this season, one team has separated itself from the pack as the favorite at…
Race Preview: 6 Hours of COTA
The second round of the fifth NEO Endurance Series season is coming up this Sunday at Circuit of the Americas — a modern racing facility built to challenge maneuverable Formula 1 cars that proves extra difficult for sports cars in a multiclass setting. In this…
Four Original NES Circuits Among Season 5’s Schedule
Veteran drivers may feel a bit of nostalgia when surveying the NEO Endurance Series’ season 5 schedule, as four tracks from season 1 — including two making their return after several seasons off the calendar — will be back to host NEO competition once again….
Battle of Texas in the NEO Endurance Series
The champs are back on the top step The NES 6 Hours of COTA powered by Joel Real Timing was the second round of the season. This time Coanda were on top in qualifying, followed by Pure Racing Team White and CoRe SimRacing. Team Chimera…
NEO Endurance Series season 3 schedule revealed
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.
New names on top in the battle of Austin
One month after the season opener at Sebring, the paddock moved west to Austin, Texas, for round two of the season at Circuit of the Americas. 6 hours of racing in partly cloudy conditions pleased some teams while others hoped for even more clouds, but managing tires to last a full stint in the hot weather was apparent from early on.
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