The GT4 European Series is a competitive international championship, running together with the DTM, British GT and Blancpain Endurance Series. The race calendar counts six rounds with a total of 12 exciting endurance races. The series will visit some of Europe's most famous racetracks, and offers great races in front of thousands of spectators.
Motors TV and Dutch RTL7 will broadcast the races, while live streaming will be available online.
More information about the series at: www.gt4series.com
22.04 - 24.04 Monza (I) GT4
29.04 - 30.04 Nürburgring (D) VLN 2
13.05 - 15.05 Pau (F) GT4
10.06 - 12.06 Silverstone (UK) GT4
02.07 - 02.07 Audi Aalborg event (DK)
08.07 - 10.07 Spa-Francorchamps (B) GT4
15.07 - 16.07 Nürburgring (D) VLN 5
23.09 - 25.09 Hungaroring (H) GT4
07.10 - 09.10 Zandvoort (NL) GT4
21.10 - 22.10 Nürburgring (D) VLN 10
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Disappointing race result at Spa (B)
Thomas Krebs wins in the streets of Pau (F)
Late exit denies Thomas Krebs a VLN podium
The opening round of the GT4 European Series - Monza (I)
Busy pre-season programme
Reiter Engineering has in cooperation with KTM Sportscar GmbH, developed the revolutionary KTM X-BOW GT4 racecar. The german motorsport team has launched the Reiter Young Stars programme for 2016, where young drivers will compete for the grand prize of a fully sponsored season in the Blancpain GT3 Sprint Series 2017, to the value of 300.000 Euro + 20 set of tires.
The KTM X-BOW GT4 has a full carbon chassis and weighs just 1,000 kg. It is powered by a 2.0 liter Audi TFSI engine producing 360 bhp, which is transmitted to the rear axle by a Holinger gearbox.
More information at: www.reiter-engineering.com