IRacing 24h of Daytona Hall of Fame


IRacing 24h of Daytona Hall of Fame
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Information
Platform iRacing
Track Daytona Road Course
Race Duration 24 hours
Race Type Mulit-Class

2020 Result

Introduction

The 24 Hours of Daytona is a 24-hour endurance race held at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, FL. It marks the first major auto race of the year in the United States. It also marks the start of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, known as the Rolex 24.

The first ever Daytona 24 hour race was in January 2015, conducted in fixed weather conditions and 24 hours of daylight.

On it's first anniversary in 2016 the race was hosted in night time conditions in fixed weather conditions for 24 hours.

2018 saw the introduction of a new class into the race, GTE cars made their debut.

2019 saw the true 24 hour simulation with a day night cycle introduced.

List of winners

Year Prototype Winner GTE Winner GT3 Winner Broadcast
2015 De.png Coanda Simsport HPD Eu.png NWSS Moonshine Part 1:
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Us.png Paul R Williams
De.png Martin Krönke
Us.png Mitchell Dejong
Us.png Justin Lindsay
Be.png Tim Claessens
Fi.png Simo Rautavirta
Ca.png Joel Tremblay
Ca.png Patrick Bachelard
Fi.png Antti Pihlaja
2016 De.png Foracer Coanda Simsport De.png Pure Racing Team #71 Part 1:
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Nl.png Rens Broekman
De.png Jörn Jens
De.png Martin Krönke
Us.png Mitchell Dejong
Sg.png Markus Lendermann
De.png Andreas Allmannsberger
At.png Patrick Pichler
2017 De.png VRS Coanda Simsport De.png Pure Racing Team Black
Fi.png Klaus Kivekäs
De.png Jörn Jens
De.png Martin Krönke
Us.png Mitchell Dejong
De.png Florian Woithe
Ru.png Denis Grabovsky
De.png Maximilian Benecke
2018 Gb.png Radicals Online SickSideways De.png Pure Racing Team GTE Blue Eu.png Vendaval Simracing Yellow Part 1:
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Us.png Nick Ottinger
Gb.png Alex Sadler
Se.png Carl E Jansson
Gb.png Adam Tierney
De.png Jonas Wallmeier
De.png Marc Elkemann
De.png Maximilian Wenig
De.png Maximilian Benecke
Nl.png Dave Gelink
Au.png Hayden Berns
Se.png Robin Sundkvist
2019 De.png VRS Coanda Simsport #8 Au.png Logitech G Altus Esports Au.png ASTRO Gaming Altus Esports Part 1:
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Us.png Sage Karam
Fi.png Martti Pietilä
Us.png Mitchell Dejong
Au.png Joshua K Rogers
Au.png Simon Feigl
Fr.png Yannick Lapchin
Au.png Andrew Kahl
Au.png Zachary Hanlin
It.png Simone Maria Marcenò
Au.png Beau Albert
2020 De.png VRS Coanda Simsport $8 Gb.png Team Redline GT Dk.png RS Competition Part 1:
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No.png Tommy Østgaard
De.png Martin Krönke
Us.png Mitchell Dejong
Au.png Joshua K Rogers
De.png Jonas Wallmeier
De.png Maximilian Wenig
De.png Maximilian Benecke
De.png Gianni Vecchio
Dk.png Lasse Bak
Dk.png Martin Christensen
2021 De.png VRS Coanda Simsport $8 Fr.png Triple A Esports White De.png Team BMW Bank Part 1:
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Us.png Mitchell Dejong
Nl.png Mack Bakkum
Au.png Joshua K Rogers
Dk.png Andreas Jochimsen
Au.png Jackson Souslin Harlow
Fr.png Rafaele Rezzag
Gb.png Chris Lulham
De.png Kay Kaschube
De.png Nils Koch
De.png Laurin Heinrich

Overall winners

Most Prototype wins (driver)

Rank Drivers Wins Years
1 Us.png Mitchell Dejong 6 2015-2017, 2019-2021
2 De.png Martin Krönke 4 2015-2017, 2020
3 Au.png Joshua K Rogers 3 2019-2021
4 De.png Jörn Jens 2 2016-2017

Most GT wins (driver)

Rank Drivers Wins Years
1 De.png Maximilian Benecke 3 2017-2018, 2020
2 De.png Jonas Wallmeier
De.png Maximilian Wenig
2 2018, 2020

Most Overall wins (team)

Rank Drivers Wins
1 De.png Coanda Simsport 6
2 Gb.png Radicals Online 1

Overall Participation

Year Splits Prototypes GTE GT3 Total Split 1 SOF
2016 15 268 teams
1241 drivers
N/A 365 teams
928 drivers
Teams - 633
Drivers - 2169
Prototype - 3878
GT3 - 4251
2017 13 280 teams
1102 drivers
N/A 439 teams
1682 drivers
Teams - 719
Drivers - 2784
Prototype - 4947
GT3 - 4608
2018 17 221 teams
812 drivers
373 teams
1501 drivers
309 teams
1182 drivers
Teams - 903
Drivers - 3495
Prototype - 4826
GTE - 5258
GT3 - 5018
2019 26 264 teams
987 drivers
1000 teams
3849 drivers
321 teams
1124 drivers
Teams - 1585
Drivers - 5960
Prototype - 5343
GTE - 4753
GT3 - 4776
2020 31 260 teams
951 drivers
728 teams
2796 drivers
394 teams
1490 drivers
Teams - 1654
Drivers - 6290
Prototype - 5435
GTE - 6493
GT3 - 5255

References

2015 Result: https://members.iracing.com/membersite/member/EventResult.do?&subsessionid=12931502
2016 Result: https://members.iracing.com/membersite/member/EventResult.do?&subsessionid=15834627
2017 Result: https://members.iracing.com/membersite/member/EventResult.do?&subsessionid=18622231
2018 Result: https://members.iracing.com/membersite/member/EventResult.do?&subsessionid=21975490
2019 Result: https://members.iracing.com/membersite/member/EventResult.do?&subsessionid=25790622
2020 Result: https://members.iracing.com/membersite/member/EventResult.do?&subsessionid=30448073
2021 Result: https://members.iracing.com/membersite/member/EventResult.do?&subsessionid=37046276