Here are a few defining moments from the Race24 memories of 1999 to 2001:
Having the idea and making it work - making the first upload from Le Mans and finding that we had an audience.
The sheer buzz of being in and around the paddock - and becoming part of the endurance circus.
Meeting real live members of the audience for the first time at Spa
Running the site off a borrowed phone extension at the 99 Bol - if the circuit staff won't help us, we'll help ourselves.
The wide variety of places we've stayed - from a tent at Le Mans to an Abbatoir at Oschersleben.
Getting locked in a connecting bridge at Nurburgring - and getting locked out of the campsite at Paul Ricard.
Doing a lap at Spa after the race with the bike fully loaded with tent, sleeping bags, etc.
Doing a lap of Estoril in Bikeshire's Transit, trying desperately not to spill any beer.
Doing a lap of the Nuerburgring Nordschleife three up in a hired VW Polo estate (diesel).
Driving through the Massif Central after the 2000 Bol, screaming through mountain bends trying to make the airport in time.
Any racing death. It's a dangerous game, but that doesn't make the reality any easier. The Bol in September 2001 - the weekend after "9/11" - really brought things home.
The start of the last race at Paul Ricard was also sad - having been there so often as a punter, the first time we went there to work was the last race to be run there.
Finally, something technical failed every time we went to Spa - we ran out of disk space, the server crashed, and we got hacked; three years, never a dull moment.
As you can see; many more highs than lows. Which is why we're doing it all again on WorldEndurance.com in 2002. Roll on Imola.