The Neo Race organisers and are delighted to announce their partnership. LiveRC will be exclusively broadcasting the 2011 event online; held 22-25th April at Harper Adams in the UK. The 4 day event regularly attracts the best 1/8 Offroad drivers from around the world and this year’s entry has been no different; with over 400 individual entries for the event which is limited to 225. The likes of Cody King, Jared Tebo, Ryan Cavalieri, Ryan Maifield, Kyle McBride, Ty Tessmann, Atsushi Hara, Robert Batlle, JQ, Jerome Aigoin, Miguel Matias and many more heavyweight names have confirmed their attendance. This exciting partnership with LiveRC will improve the quality of online coverage; offering TV-style live coverage with multiple cameras right to your computer screen in standard definition as well as in high definition. A DVD of the event will be produced by LiveRC and available to pre-order by itself or as a combo with the live coverage packages.


– All Access Pass HD – $20.00 (pre-ordered before April 20th 2011)
– All Access Pass SD – $10.00 (pre-ordered before April 20th 2011)
– DVD – $20.00 (pre-ordered before April 20th 2011)
– DVD & All Access Pass HD Combo – $40.00 (pre-ordered before April 20th 2011)
– DVD & All Access Pass SD Combo – $30.00 (pre-ordered before April 20th 2011)

An additional pre-order discount will be available to drivers who have requested to race Neo11, they will be contacted individually.

I am really happy to bring LiveRC on board, it means we can take the ‘Neo Race’ experience a step further and bring the online audience much closer – last year we had a simple static camera webcast which achieved 2000 concurrent viewers, I hope the level of interest will increase, going by the number of entries this year from many more countries than before it makes perfect sense to partner with another leader in the R/C media arena.
Philip Mortstedt – Race organiser & promoter

The chance for to be a part of one of the fastest-growing, most prestigious races on the planet is something we are very excited to be able to do. It just makes sense for an entity like to be broadcasting a race thrown by one of the world’s leaders in R/C media coverage.
Brandon Rohde – President,