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The Day the Racing Stopped

Posted: Dec 8 at 15:26   /   Endurance Series

The last time the NEO Endurance Series visited the Autódromo José Carlos Pace on February 21, 2016, the result was the most controversial race the series has ever seen. We revisit that infamous event in this oral history of the 6 Hours of Interlagos from season two. It was just past the midway point of […]

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10 Turns with Simone Maria Marcenò

Posted: Dec 4 at 13:25   /   10 turns, Media

Welcome to the newest edition of 10 Turns here on neo-endurance.com. I’m joined today by Simone Maria Marcenò, who is part of the Logitech G Altus Esports team. They’re new to NEO this season but they won the GT class in the most recent race at Circuit of the Americas. Corey Davis: Simone, thanks for […]

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Roundtable: New Challenges with Day-Night Transitions

Posted: Nov 30 at 09:21   /   Endurance Series

This season’s second roundtable discussion with our content contributors includes a recap of a traffic-filled day at COTA, teams’ expectations about day-night transitions, and a preview of NEO’s return to Interlagos. The COTA race started with a number of incidents and penalties for avoidable contact. What were the biggest problems your team noticed while negotiating […]

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NEO Notebook: A Big Build Coming for Road Racers

Posted: Nov 27 at 07:21   /   News

The next iRacing build is just a week away, and a recent forum post by iRacing president Tony Gardner shared more details about which content will be — and won’t be — in the service’s quarterly software update. Taking top billing is still the new dynamic time of day, or day-night transitions, feature. Gardner called […]

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GT Recap: NEO Newcomer Altus Breaks Through at COTA

Posted: Nov 22 at 10:50   /   Endurance Series

The season-opening 6 Hours of Sebring may have left more questions than answers in NEO’s deep GT class after CoRe SimRacing drove its Ford GT from the mid-pack to victory lane. What about the Porsche stranglehold on the class? How did the top-qualifying teams let the race slip away? At least it seemed like series […]

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P2 Recap: AVA Avoids Incidents, Scores a Texas-Sized Win

Posted: Nov 21 at 08:57   /   Endurance Series

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 the pointy end of the field. From the beginning of […]

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P1 Recap: Mivano Conquers the Class at COTA

Posted: Nov 20 at 06:39   /   Endurance Series

With a proven pace in their season-opening 1-2 finish at Sebring, everyone in the NEO Endurance Series’ P1 class expected Thrustmaster Mivano Racing to contend for the win in round two at Circuit of the Americas as well. However, the wildcards of the series and the circuit, including multiclass traffic and the off-track monitoring system […]

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Rapid Recap: Mivano and AVA Stay Perfect After 2 Rounds

Posted: Nov 18 at 22:20   /   Endurance Series

One of the most technical tracks on the NEO Endurance Series calendar allowed the top teams to separate themselves, but it also caused some COTA carnage in the second round of the season. The six-hour race at Circuit of the Americas began with two hours of trouble, including a lap-one, turn-one incident in the P1 […]

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Race Preview: 6 Hours of COTA

Posted: Nov 14 at 08:48   /   Endurance Series

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 preview, we asked teams to offer their insights about the […]

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