written 12th October 2016
Three KTM X-BOW GT4 at the final round of Creventics 24h series in SP2 and SP3 class in Brno. For the first time, three KTM X-BOW GT4 are entered for a round of the Creventic 24h series. The final round of the season takes place at Brno and is the fourth race twice around the clock in 2016.
Three different teams will enter the KTM X-BOW GT4 cars in two classes. In SP3, the KTM will run in the standard GT4 specification as delivered by Reiter Engineering. Creventic regular RTR Projects made its debut with the KTM ln the Championship last year and tries to repeat their podium finish in 2016. The crew of Tomas Miniberger is an all Czech team, he will be joined behind the steering whell by Tomas Kwolek, Daniel Skalicky, Sergej Pavlovec and Erik Janis. Second car in SP3 is entered by a newcomer team. The German CCS Racing squad has its roots in the KTM X-BOW Battle with the open top X-BOW and started racing the GT4 version additionally in 2016. For their 24h debut the Cham based company put together a five drivers team with Charel Arendt, Toni Kieffer, Tommy Rollinger, Uwe Schmidt and X-BOW Battle organizer Georg Silbermayr. Schmidt and Silbermayr won the X-BOW Battle Endurance with an open top CCS Racing car in 2016. Third KTM team at the 24hrs Brno is True Racing. The Austrian based crew already had a successful debut at the last VLN race with the KTM X-BOW GT4 and finished second in SP10 (GT4) at the Nordschleife. They also took the titel in the GT4 class of the X-BOW Battle Endurance with Hubert Trunkenpolz, Klaus Angerhofer and Reinhard Kofler. Angerhofer also took the title in the Sprint Championship in GT4 class with True Racing. At Brno, True Racing enters a special X-BOW GT4 with less weight, more power and endurance tank to develop new features for the upcoming season. Beside the regular drivers Trunkenpolz and Angerhofer, two professional drivers join the team. KTM works driver Reinhard Kofler and Reiter Engineering works driver Tomas Enge will take a seat in the SP2 KTM X-BOW GT4.