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Endurance Series

Battles until the end at Road-Atlanta

March 15th was the finale day of the debut season of the NEO Endurance Series at Road-Atlanta. The championship was still open in all classes and it all came down to the final 6 hours of racing. This 4,09 km track is very short, narrow and not a lot of run-off areas. Road-Atlanta offers no room for mistakes and is very challenging when passing or getting passed by other cars.

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Season so far by numbers

With just one race event remaining in the NEO Endurance Series season 1, we thought we would take a look at some additional numbers and perhaps get a bit wiser. For the ordinary numbers of standings and championship points head over the the Standings page….

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Multiclass ballet at Interlagos

On February 15th NEO held round four of the NEO Endurance Series at Autódromo José Carlos Pace, or better known as Interlagos. With a couple of wide straights and a tight inner section, this track would be a big challenge for the drivers. And a big challenge it was. The first hours of the race was eventful with a lot of avoidable contacts. Once the drivers got into a flow the racing became very intense, but clean.

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NES 6 hours of Interlagos preview

After an exciting race at Spa-Francorchamps, the paddock flew to Brazil for the fourth round of the NEO Endurance Series. Round 4 will be held at Autódromo José Carlos Pace, or Interlagos. This short track will be a challenge for all teams and traffic management will be the key for a good result here.

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NES 6 hours of Spa

Two rounds have been completed in the US and now the paddock flew to Europe to one of the most favorite tracks in the world, Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. This lovely circuit in the Ardennes has the most famous corner in the world, Eau Rouge. A lot of drivers of the NES, and in real life, love this track and want to perform well here.