The 22th edition of our weekly tournament has twelve fun events with the GTE cars following the official IMSA iRacing series. So NO multi-class but only the Ford GTE, Ferrari GTE and Porsche GTE.

Our tournament is planned prior to the weeks in iRacing and therefore a great opportunity to get your setup right and do some practice runs for the week to come.

The Tournament is free for all League members and hosted in our iRacing League. To join our League you must have a C license or higher and a iRating above 1700 (waved on the discretion of the Coordination Team for registered GoT community members).

The full program of the current season can be found in this post and at our site in the Calendar and here on our (Dutch) forum.


  • This season concentrate on the GTE’s. 
  • 12 different tracks following the IMSA series
  • Sessions every Monday evening starting at 20:00 CET until about 22:00 CET.
  • Sessions consist typically of 60 minutes practice, 15 minutes lone qualifying and 45 minute races. Week 3 @ Watkins Glen has a 50 minutes practice, 10 minutes quali and 60 minute race.
  • Limited fuel to force a pitstop, the same as in the official series.
  • First come, first served. All sessions have combined pit boxes to accommodate as many drivers as possible.

Session Details

Weather conditions will be realistic and track conditions will be 40%, carried forward and marbles are not cleared.


For drivers outside of our GoT community, we impose a small minimum license restriction before you are eligible to join our league.

  • Minimum road license: C+
  • Minimum road iRating: 1700

[i](waved on the discretion of the Coordination Team for registered GoT community members)[/i]

Time details

A typical session lasts from 20:00 – 22:00 CET.
Practice: 20:00 – 21:00 CET
Qualify: 15 minutes – Lone

  • 1 heat race: 45 minutes, with forced pitstop.

Scoring and Points reduction based on Incidents

Points will be in a linear style for this season for all type of heats:

50, 49, 48, 47, 46, 45, … 1

This ensures that also slower drivers get points and can compete instead of getting 0 points every race. It also makes it a lot more difficult to win the tournament in the end.

Drivers need to complete 80% of the race distance of the leader to score any points.

If a driver in a race (or heat) has more than 6 incidents the following reduction of points is applied:

From # incidents Up to or equal # incidents Points subtracted
0 6 0
7 8 2
9 10 3
11 12 4
13 14 5
15 16 6
17 18 7
19 20 8
21 22 9
23 24 10
25 ….. All points substracted

So we do not disqualify at a certain level of incidents, but above 24 incidents in one race or heat no points are scored.

The reduction of points is done the days after the race.

We will have no bonus points to make the further administration for our coordination team as simple as possible.

Drop races

At the end of the season the two worst races are dropped to allow drivers to compete even when not present all the races.

The series standings are published om our site here:

Behavior / rules / Do’s and Don’ts

We expect from driver to comply with the iRacing rulebook for on-track behavior.

Please read our ‘rules’ (is it rules or just guidelines 😉 ) we call them Do’s and Don’ts here

Register for our League

The sessions are hosted under our Gathering of Tweakers league. You must register to our league to be able to join the sessions.

Useful Links


A calendar which consists all events organized or attended by us

Races per week

Overview of all races at our public forum

League page

Register for our league to gain access to our sessions.

So do not hesitate and join the fun!