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HEALTHY NUMBER OF CAMARO AND GALLARDO GT3 IN AUSTRALIAN GT
Thursday, 26 February 2015

HEALTHY NUMBER OF CAMARO AND GALLARDO GT3 IN AUSTRALIAN GT

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Two Camaro GT3 and three Gallardo GT3 to contest opening round of Australian GT Championship in Adelaide. Reiter Engineering driver Tomas Enge supports M Motorsport.

After a promising debut in the final race of the 2014 season at the Highlands Motorsport Park in New Zealand, two teams field the Reiter Engineering developed Camaro GT3 in the 2015 season. M Motorsport, Reiter Engineering’s service partner, runs the V8 monster and is reinforced for the season opener in Adelaide by Reiter driver Tomas Enge.

The Czech drives the #48 Camaro with Justin McMillan under the familiar Interlloy Banner. In addition, Tomas arrives in Australia with plenty of test and race mileage gathered in the brutally powerful sportscar. Last year he took the first European victory at Monza and was runner-up in the Thailand Super Series.

The GT pro Steven Richards and car owner Dale Paterson share...

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DEBUT WIN FOR GALLARDO R-EX AT FARA HOMESTEAD 200
Tuesday, 24 February 2015

DEBUT WIN FOR GALLARDO R-EX AT FARA HOMESTEAD 200

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Brazilian trio Hahn / Hahn / Khodair win the 200-mile race at Homestead to open the US season. Sprint victory for Catsburg / Völker.

The US racing season started for Reiter Engineering last weekend with the opening round of the FARA series at Homestead southwest of Miami. At the same time, it was also the first race to be masterminded from the new USA base in College Corner close to the motorsport mecca Indianapolis.

Three Gallardos competed on the 3.7 kilometre Homestead track featuring a combination of NASCAR oval and regular race track. Dutchman Nick Catsburg, the newcomer to the Reiter Engineering driver line-up, shared the cockpit of one Gallardo FL2 GT3 with Maximilian Völker, who also competed for Reiter in the Camaro GT3 last year. Also on the grid in Florida were the loyal Reiter Engineering customers Allam Khodair and the father/son duo Marcelo and:::

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KTM X-BOW GTR STARTS FROM APRIL AT €139,000!
Monday, 09 February 2015

KTM X-BOW GTR STARTS FROM APRIL AT €139,000!

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The joint racing project of Reiter Engineering GmbH & Co KG and the KTM Sportcar GmbH is taking on ever more concrete forms. The first roll-out of the new vehicle is set for February, in March will see the SRO “Balance of Performance” test, and in spring the GT4 racing car will be available for the numerous customer teams that have expressed an interest. As of now, both the name and the price have been fixed: The KTM X-BOW GTR will be available from April at € 139,000.
Reiter Engineering owner Hans Reiter is convinced that after many weeks of intensive work that the KTM X-BOW GTR will be ready in time for the “BOP” of the SRO, and indeed “Ready to Race”. “First of all I have to compliment all those who have been involved at KISKA, at KTM Technologies and the KTM Sportcar GmbH who have all worked without a break, just as my own people have really done a perfect job in the shortest possible time. We are now in the end phase and if we can...

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TOP 10 FINISH FOR JBS AUSTRALIA AT BATHURST
Sunday, 08 February 2015

TOP 10 FINISH FOR JBS AUSTRALIA IN THE BATHURST 12H

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Reiter Engineering customer JBS Australia finishes seventh with the Gallardo FL2 GT3 in the spectacular endurance race on Mount Panorama.

David Russell, Roger Lago and Steve Owen battled with the competition around Mount Panorama for 268 laps in their Reiter Engineering developed Gallardo FL2 GT3. After the race at Bathurst started at dawn around the 6 kilometre long track, JBS Australia held a top 3 position for almost two hours. The pits stop skilfully made during the many safety car phases kept the Australian team within striking distance of the factory drivers in the Audi, Bentley, Aston Martin and Nissan GT cars.

As the temperatures increased rapidly during the day, the Gallardo trio reduced their pace a little and avoided taking risks. This would pay off in the final third of the race when they moved into the top 10 again at the expense of the factory-backed teams. David Russell took over for the final stint and fought his way up...

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