8 KTM X-Bow GT4's are confirmed to join the 2017 SRO GT4 Northern Cup.
The Reiter Young Stars programme continues to boom amongst young drivers searching for a way forward in their motorsports careers, as well as amongst young students trying to break into the motorsports environment.
The SRO GT4 Northern cup hosts some of the most competitive GT4 cars, teams & drivers worldwide, catering directly to the needs of our young drivers who are preparing and striving to reach the next level of motorsports by winning the RYS 2018 Blancpain Sprint Series race seat. Making it undoubtedly the most favourable territory for the team to prepare the youngsters.With the2016 RYS SRO GT4 vice champion title, Reiter is confident to have similar success the second year of RYS.
To date the KTM X-Bow GT4 has presented itself and been successful worldwide. Champion in USA (Pirelli World Challenge GTS), Champion in Asia (Thailand Super Series) and will have it’s Australian debut this weekend at the Bathurst 12 Hour. The car is amongst the front runners in the worldwide Creventic series and in Europe 8 KTM X-bow GT4’s are represented by the Reiter Young Stars youth development programme. The only thing missing, is a strong presence in Germany – and to achieve this there is one clear route... VLN. Currently we are working together with one of our customers and KTM to develop a cup within the VLN. We are still in the planning phase, but will be able to give the VLN & DMSB a concrete concept very soon. If we get the green light from the organizers and sporting committee, the plan is certainly to get the cup started in 2017!