ADAC TCR Germany
Autodrom Most (CZE)
24. April 2018
Austrian driver Simon Reicher has big plans for the coming weekend. Just a few days ago, his season-opener in the ADAC TCR Germany at Oschersleben ended with a scary moment. ...
18. April 2018
Austrian Simon Reicher probably did not expect the season-opener he experienced this past weekend (April 13-15, 2018) in Oschersleben. The ADAC TCR Germany traditionally began its 2018 season in the ...
10. April 2018
In a few days, the young Austrian Simon Reicher will begin his second season in the ADAC TCR Germany. The upcoming ADAC GT Masters weekend finally marks the end of ...
11. November 2017
“In 2018 I will be racing my second season in the ADAC TCR Germany,” Austrian Simon Reicher proudly presents next year’s plans. A lot has changed for the 17-year-old in ...

profil

He has been infected by the race driver virus since 2008! Simon Reicher started his motorsports career with karting at age eight, quickly advancing from improvised parking lot cruising to competitive racing on professional circuits. In 2017, the talented Austrian touring car driver races in the ADAC TCR Germany.

“Just stepping down on the accelerator, that’s totally my thing!” the enthusiastic seventeen-year-old from Kirchberg explains his passion. “The speed, the cool cars, the smell of rubber on the asphalt, the gasoline and exhaust fumes, plus the sound – that gives me goose bumps!” After several successful years in karting, Simon and his father Peter Reicher searched for a suitable alternative to Formula 4. Simon decided to participate in the Renault Clio Cup and felt comfortable in the touring car scene right away. There, he met his current, Dutch team Certainty Racing, which thinks highly of the young Austrian.

 

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Chassis
Audi RS3 LMS Ultra for TCR series worldwide,
VLN, International Endurance Series,
STCC, Amateur racing.

Engine
Audi – 4 cylinder – 1984 cc
Maximum power: 330 hp at 6300 rpm
Maximum torque: 410 Nm at 2500 rpm
Electronics: Continental SIMOS

 

 

Transmission
Transmission: Front wheel drive
Gearbox SEQ: Six-speed sequential racing gearbox,
differental: mechanical, preload adjustable
Clutch: Multi-disk sintered clutch
Differential: VAQ electro-hydraulic

Performance
Acceleration: 0-100 km/h in approx. 4.5 seconds
Top Speed: approx. 240 km/h