Story by Afonso Souto

Images by David Anderson

January 18th, 2024 – And just like that another round of the iRTES is done and dusted. It was a crazy one, a lot of overtaking, lapping, incidents, crashes, all of that producing a great spectacle for everyone watching. In the LMDh Pro once again it’s the #65 Satellite Racing Teal car who took honors in this class after a dominant performance once again winning by almost 42s over their sister car. After the second dominant performance of the season they come closer to the overall title at the end of the season.

Satellite Racing Teals grabs the win at Jerez in LMDh Pro (above)

LMDh AM produced some great action as always and through the chaos it was the #116 Acura who came out on top and after this result Sim Republic have moved up to third place in the standings and look to establish themselves as championship contenders.

SimHQ Motorsports Orange (leading above) takes the win at Jerez in LMDh AM

The Gran Turismo classes produced tremendous racing with the dozens of prototypes flying by them multiple times a lap and the #992 Porsche who crossed the finish line first after 3 hours of racing. They are now leading in the highest rated category of GTs standings.

The Porsche Team of Marc Nistor and Robby Prescott win GT3 Pro at Jerez (above)

In GT3 AM were CMS drivers in the Endurance Ferrari who took the checkered flag and now move up to the highest position in the AM standings.

Lunatik Racing Grabs their first win of the year (above) in GT3 AM

It was one hell of a race and in case you missed it you can watch it again at…

The grid now heads to the Flandres for a 4 hour scrap on the 4th of February for the honors at Spa-Francorchamps. The first race of the support series is on the weekend prior with the amazing Porsche 992.2 911 GT3 Cup car in a heat racing format which promises to create great racing.

Standings after Jerez iRTES 2024 RD 2