The KTM X-Bow GT4 is displayed at the “Festival Automobile International” held at Hotel des Invalides in Paris, from the 27th-31st of January 2016. There will be a few race cars on display until Sunday, as part of the “Concept Cars” show. Thanks to its extraordinary and efficient design, the KTM X-Bow GT4 developed by Reiter Engineering, KTM and KISKA is selected for these design orientated exhibitions.
reiter young stars powered by ktm and in cooperation with sro innovation promotion concept for young drivers
Interested? Enclosed you can find the Reiter Young Stars presentation as pdf file
Reiter Engineering, in cooperation with KTM and SRO, developed a completely new and revolutionary concept for female and male young drivers in GT racing, which already begins with the start of the 2016 race season with KTM X-BOW GT4 within the SRO GT4 European Series.The key facts of the new championship for budding engineers and drivers:
- Every driver pairing is supported by a European university
- Best male and female drivers step up automatically to Blancpain Sprint Cup 2017
- All KTM X-Bow GT are prepared identically by Reiter Engineering
- Sensational low season budget: 59,000 € + VAT per driver
Daniel Uckermann from team ZaWotec wins AM classification title early in Competition 102 GT4 European Series.
What began almost a year to the day last summer as customer racing project in cooperation between Reiter Engineering and KTM, was crowned last weekend with its first championship title. Daniel Uckermann celebrated winning the AM class drivers’ title in the Competition 102 GT4 European Series at the penultimate event of the season last weekend. Uckermann drives an X Bow GT4 fielded by customer team ZaWotec Sport in the championship held exclusively for GT4 cars.
Daniel Uckermann and ZaWotec were successful from the off. The 32-year old German, who only started racing in 2013, took pole position in five of eight qualifying sessions at the wheel of the Reiter Engineering developed KTM X-Bow GT4. Uckermann won both sprint races when the combination made its debut at Zandvoort, Holland over the Whitsun weekend. Victories 3 and 4 followed at the KTM X-Bow’s home race at the Red Bull Ring in Austria