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Our Plan For Season 2 2024 iRacing

With our setup team averaging 8k iRating, this season is going to be our best.

Season 2 of the 2024 iRacing season brings a wealth of new updates including rain, new cars, new series, new license systems and more. There is plenty to be excited about on one hand, but there are also lots of new unknowns that you will need to get up to speed with fast. 

So it’s only right that we bring you our plan to tackle the new season. We have new drivers joining our setup team, we have new cars to add to our existing collection and we include two brand new series to our line up. Let’s go on the season 2 journey together. 

Our Setup Team For Season 2

First of all, let’s introduce our new iRacing driver and engineering line up to tackle season 2. With an average iRating of over 8000, the team is well equipped, well experienced and ready to bring you the setups you need to win. With many race winners, championship winners, pro licences and real life drivers in the team this year, we are ready to bring you only the best setups, lap guides and hot laps in iRacing.

iRacing Drivers 

  • Mikkel Gade – 8900 iR
  • Manu Rey O Largo – 7600 iR
  • Kieran Harrison – 8100 iR
  • Corentin Guinez – 8900 iR
  • Niclas Heide – 7800 iR
  • Bart Horsten – 6000 iR – IRL Formula 3 driver
  • Marvin Strehl – 8700 iR
  • Jurgen Frank – 8100 iR
  • James Armstrong – 7500 iR
  • Matt Emery – 8100 iR
  • Adam Isaksson – 8702 iR
  • Simone Passoni – 8100 iR
  • Stefano Prandi – 8700 iR

iRacing Engineers

  • Oriol Domingo
  • Saiduth Ramesh

The Series We Are Covering

For the 2024 iRacing season 2, we are back with all road racing series we covered in season 1, meaning we cover 9 of the most popular series once again, but we also bring you two brand new series to push our content list up to 11 of the most popular series across GT, hypercar, formula racing & tin top. 

IMSA Racing Series 

  • Mercedes AMG GT3 EVO – Niclas Heide
  • Lamborghini GT3 EVO – Niclas Heide
  • Porsche 992 GT3R – Niclas Heide
  • BMW M4 GT3 – Kieran Harrison
  • Audi R8 EVO 2 GT3 – Stefano Prandi
  • Ferrari 296 GT3 – Adam Isaksson
  • BMW M Hybrid V8 – Manu Rey O’largo
  • Porsche 963 GTP – Manu Rey O’largo
  • Cadillac V Series.R – Bart Horsten
  • Acura ARX-06 – Matt Emery
  • Dallara P217 – Marvin Strehl

VRS GT3 Series

  • Porsche 992 GT3R – Mikkel Gade
  • Ferrari 296 GT3 – Mikkel Gade
  • Mercedes AMG GT3 EVO  – Simone Pasoni
  • BMW M4 GT3 – James Armstrong
  • Audi R8 EVO 2 GT3 – James Armstrong
  • Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO – James Armstrong

Touring Car Challenge Series 

  • Audi TCR – Kieran Harrison
  • Hyundai Elantra TCR – Corentin Guinez

Falken Tyre Sports Car Series 

  • Mercedes AMG GT4 – Corentin Guinez
  • Porsche Cayman GT4 – Corentin Guinez
  • BMW M4 GT4 – Corentin Guinez
  • Mclaren GT4 – Stefano Prandi
  • Ligier LMP3 – Jürgen Frank

Superformula Insim Series

  • Superformula SF23 – Manu Rey O’largo

Super Formula Lights

  • SF Lights – Manu Rey O’largo

FIA Formula 4 

  • FIA F4 – Bart Horsten

Porsche Cup Series

  • Porsche 992 Cup Open – Matt Emery

Sim Lab Production Series 

  • Mazda MX-5 – Adam Isaksson
  • Toyota GR86 – Simone Pasoni

Thrustmaster Formula 1600 Trophy

  • Ray FF1600 – Bart Horsten

Proto GT Series

  • HPD ARX – Marvin Strehl

Will We Do Wet Setups?

The simple answer is yes. When it is required. We know that iRacings new tempest weather system is going to be introduced to a select number of series and cars, with new wet tyres being available for the first time. 

We know the GTP class, the GT3 class and the LMP2 cars are eligible on the road racing side, with the GR86 being included for the tin-tops. On the formula side of iRacing they will include the super formula light, the FIA Formula 4 and the FF1600. All cars that we are creating setups for in season 2.

The protocol will be in the case of a wet week in the season:

  • Based on % of rainfall and track wetness, the drivers will assess whether a hybrid dry or a full wet setup is needed in addition to the dry setups for customers on that week.
  • Will ensure a single lap data run on that new wet or hybrid setup on Popometer is completed and will save the IBT files as normal.
  • Save the replay files as normal for all runs completed.
  • Hotlap video will be completed too if wet.

Lap Guides Return

Finally, we will be returning with our in-depth lap guides for a particular set of series that you can utilise alongside the setups to get up to speed quickly and efficiently each week. We will also create a wet weather video guide for you that will translate across all of your racing. 

The main series we are choosing to cover for our lap guides this season to begin with are: 

  • Porsche Cup with Matt Emery
  • VRS GT3 Sprint with Yuri Kasdorp
  • GT4 Series with Corentin Guinez
  • FIA F4 with Bart Horsten

Then a few weeks down the road we will introduce the FF1600 with Bart Horsten also.

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