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COMMANDING VICTORY FOR GALLARDO R-EX IN BLANCPAIN SPRINT
Monday, 06 July 2015

COMMANDING START-TO-FINISH VICTORY FOR GALLARDO R-EX IN BLANCPAIN SPRINT SERIES IN MOSCOW

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Nick Catsburg and Albert von Thurn und Taxis claim first victory for the Gallardo R-EX in the Blancpain Sprint Series.
High summer temperatures of around 30 degrees made Reiter Engineering’s outing in the Blancpain Sprint Series in Moscow far from easy. A busy schedule compressed into just two days didn’t help matters either. However, from first free practice the team from Kirchanschöring concentrated on working on the Gallardo R-EX set-up with drivers Nick Catsburg and Albert von Thurn und Taxis.
Catsburg / von Thurn und Taxis were among the top 5 in every session, a perfect position for the all-important qualifying session. Albert von Thurn und Taxis completed the first qualifying session and drove just one fast lap. Nick Catsburg ensured that the team would make the cut for third qualifying after he recorded the first lap in his qualifying segment.
Catsburg then clinched his Reiter Engineering team’s long awaited pole position in the Blancpain GT Series by more than one tenth of second. The Dutchman would be the start driver for the weekend’s first race.
Catsburg left no doubt about his intentions.

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BLANCPAIN RACING TAKES COMMANDING WIN WITH GALLARDO R-EX AN ROAD AMERICA
Saturday, 27 June 2015

BLANCPAIN RACING TAKES COMMANDING WIN WITH GALLARDO R-EX AN ROAD AMERICA

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Tomas Enge wins the eleventh Pirelli World Challenge race at Road America.
Tomas Enge’s comeback in the Pirelli World Challenge could hardly have been better. Enge contested several races in the US GT series during the 2014 season, including the Road American track in Elkhart Lake. A year ago, the two sprint races brought 9th and 16th positions. Enge and Reiter Engineering thus had a score to settle.
Free practice started promisingly for the Blancpain Racing Gallardo with the seventh fastest lap in the large GT field. However, an accident that seriously affected the Gallardo initially put a damper on proceedings. However, the entire Blancpain Racing crew didn’t give up and rebuilt ‘R-EX’ overnight for the important qualifying session.
Qualifying then showed how superbly the team had worked.

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VICTORY AND PODIUM FOR REITER ENGINEERING KTM X-BOW GT4
Tuesday, 23 June 2015

VICTORY AND PODIUM FOR REITER ENGINEERING KTM X-BOW GT4 AT SLOVAKIARING

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Naomi Schiff and Reinhard Kofler take Euro Series by Nova Race win in KTM X-Bow GT4
Now that the first two customer cars have been delivered and raced successfully, Reiter Engineering fielded one of the newly developed KTM X-Bow GT4. Also celebrating a debut was Reiter Engineering driver Naomi Schiff, who contested her first race for the team from Kirchanschöring. For the Euro Series by Nova Race event at the Slovakiaring, she shared a KTM X-Bow GT4 with KTM factory driver Reinhard Kofler.
The duo completed 47 laps around the 5.9 kilometre track during free practice to find the optimum set-up for the X-Bow GT4. Schiff / Kofler set front running lap times from the start. In qualifying, the two drivers benefitted from the excellent preparation. Reinhard Kofler drove in first qualifying and took pole position for race one by almost 1.4 seconds from the second quickest car. Naomi Schiff was in the cockpit for second qualifying. She also performed exceptionally well and planted the X-Bow GT4 on the front row for race 2 after posting the second fastest lap time.

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GT4 EUROPEAN SERIES: 2 PODIUM FINISHES FOR KTM X-BOW GT4 & ZAWOTEC
Monday, 22 June 2015

GT4 EUROPEAN SERIES: 2 PODIUM FINISHES FOR KTM X-BOW GT4 & ZAWOTEC

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Vattana Motorsport makes wildcard start in Japanese GT Series with Gallardo R-EX

The two ZaWotec KTM X-Bow GT4s completed a pair of 50-minute plus 1-lap sprint races in the Ardennes in patchy weather conditions. Daniel Uckermann in #16 was particularly consistent throughout. The amateur drivers finished both races in fourth place overall and took 2nd place in the GT4 European Series AM class.

Peter Ebner and Sascha Halek in #16 finished fifth overall in race 2, after having had to settle with 13th place on Sunday morning following a mistake during the pit stop.

Super GT Buriram: Vattana Motorsport makes wildcard start in Japanese GT Series

The Japanese Super GT Series staged its third event of the 2015 season in Buriram, Thailand. An opportunity for Reiter Engineering customer Vattana Motorsport to enter is

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