REITER RACECARS IN THE FIRST ROW ON THE GRID
Saturday, 25 October 2014
The two Reiter Engineering developed GT3 racers Lamborghini Gallardo and SaReNi Camaro set new lap record at Monza
Reiter Engineering beat the competition in qualifying for the final round of the Italian GT Series at Monza with two completely different car concepts. Just before the end of qualifying, Tomas Enge topped the timesheets after setting a new lap record in the SaReNi Camaro GT3 entered by Solaris Motorsport. However, the Reiter developed Lamborghini Gallardo FL2 GT3 fielded by Imperiale Racing managed to beat the time by a mere 6 hundredths.
As a result, the front row for the second race on Sunday is completely in the hands of the two Reiter Engineering developed racecars, which could hardly be more different: the Lamborghini Gallardo is equipped with a lightweight mid-engine, the downforce generated is comparable to that of a formula car; characteristic for the Camaro is its brutal engine power, its incredible braking power and the large dimension tyres. ...
TOP 10 FINISH FOR IMPERIALE RACING AT MONZA
Saturday, 25 October 2014
Another good result for Barri / Bortolotti in the Italian GT Championship - Strong Camaro debut with Solaris Motorsport in Italy
Giacomo Barri started the penultimate Italian GT Championship race from fourth positon in the Imperiale Racing Gallardo FL2 GT3.
Before the early pit stop on lap 11, Barri held this position with a cushion to the chasing cars behind. Bortolotti took over the Gallardo cockpit at the stop. However, several positions were lost, so that the Italian duo had to fight to the front again. They moved up as far as 7th place, before the chequered flag fell after almost one hour of racing.
Barri / Bortolotti start tomorrow’s race (start at 11:50 / Live
http://acisportitalia.it/live-streaming) from pole position.
The second Reiter Engineering customer team Veloso Motorsport was unlucky at Monza. They were barged into a spin by a competitor while overtaking at Turn 1, then were forced to retire early with...
SECOND PLACE AT ZOLDER FOR GRASSER GALLARDO
Monday, 20 October 2014
Reiter Engineering customer team finishes on the Blancpain Sprint Series podium once again
The Reiter Engineering customer teams ran strongly in the first half of the Blancpain Sprint Series race at Zolder, Belgium. Peter Kox (NSC Motorsports) and Hari Proczyk (Grasser Racing) made perfect starts in their Gallardo FL2 GT3 and took first and second positions at the first corner. Due to the extremely chaotic start the safety car was initially deployed, which meant that Kox and Proczyk could only speed up the tempo from lap 4 onwards.
However, the Gallardo pair was unable to build up a comfortable margin as the field was slowed once again when the safety was deployed again on lap 8 due to an accident. Soon after the race went green, the pit stop window opened. At this point in time the Gallardo FL2 GT3 were firmly in the lead. The Grasser Racing Gallardo pulled into the pits first to change tyres and driver. Proczyk climbed out before Jeroen Bleekemolen returned to the track in...
SUCCESSFUL RACE DAY AT ZOLDER FOR GALARDO CUSTOMERS
Sunday, 19 October 2014
NSC Motorsports and Grasser Racing on the podium for qualifying race – title chances improved
The teams contesting the 2014 Blancpain Endurance Series converged on Zolder, Belgium for the final event on European soil. Three squads – Grasser Racing, G-Drive Racing and NSC Motorsport – appeared with four Reiter Gallardo FL2 GT3.
All three teams laid the foundations for a successful qualifying session with fast laps in free practice. This is divided into three segments, although it is only in the third of these that the best grid positions are determined. Three of the four Gallardo FL2 GT3 made it into this final session. Jeroen Bleekemolen / Hari Proczyk would lead this Gallardo faction. Bleekemolen planted the Grasser Racing Gallardo on the front row with the day’s second fastest lap. Peter Kox and Nick Catsburg demonstrated their ambitions on the premiere of NSC Motorsports in this series by setting fourth fastest qualifying time. Tomas Enge and Roman Rusinov took seventh on the grid. As a result, three Gallardo were in the top 10 of this extremely competitive field, where 16 cars were covered by just 0.7 second in qualifying!
The qualifying at Zolder on Saturday afternoon started in summery conditions.