Two types of glass fiber reinforced plastic (GFRP) composites were fabricated viz., GFRP with neat epoxy matrix (GFRP-neat) and GFRP with hybrid modified epoxy matrix (GFRP-hybrid) containing 9 wt. % of rubber microparticles and 10 wt. % of silica nanoparticles. Fatigue tests were conducted on both the composites under the WISPERX load sequence. The fatigue life of the GFRP-hybrid composite was about 4-5 times higher than that of the GFRP-neat composite. The underlying mechanisms for improved fatigue performance are discussed. A reasonably good correlation was observed between the experimental fatigue life and the fatigue life predicted under the spectrum loads.