Simon Reicher wants to win his next DMV DUNLOP 60  race at Hockenheimring!
03. Juli 2019 Zurück zur Artikelübersicht »

Simon Reicher will put the pedal to the metal at Hockenheimring next weekend! It is already the third DMV-GTC-race for the Austrian and he and his team Yaco Racing couldn’t be more motivated and excited. “We obviously want to repeat our success from Nürburgring. Our aim is to win Dunlop 60 again. And at the two sprint races we also want to finish with standing on the podium“, the 19-year-old explains the strategy for the race weekend from July 5 to July 7. How does the young Kirchberger see the chances to leave behind the competitors and win his next race in a GT3-car after his first win at Nürburgring? “I am quite optimistic. We will definitely give our best and hopefully cause a sensation.  At Nürburgring we want to clarify, that they need to take us serious“, the Yaco Racing pilot explains. It is evident that he gained a massive amount of strength and power from his incredibly successful race weekend at Nürburgring.

At Hockenheimring Simon is going to drive in a car with a brand new design. What can the motorsports talent give away about the new look? “I already know the design. In my opinion, it looks totally dope. We are gonna attract peoples attention for sure because it is a real eye-catcher.  I can imagine that a lot of people will comment on our car“, the Austrian admits excitedly. 



Der 24-jährige Simon Reicher ist im Motorsport kein Unbekannter. Seine Karriere begann im Alter von 8 Jahren. Klassisch – auf der Kartbahn. „Ich bin froh im Kartsport, der klassischen Schule des Motorsports, aufgewachsen zu sein.“ Und das mit Erfolg. 2014 gewann das österreichische Motorsport Talent die 43. Trofeo delle Industrie im italienischen Lonato.

Nach seiner aktiven Zeit im Kartsport wechselte der Österreicher 2016 in den Automobil Rennsport. Dort gab er 2016 und 2017 sein Debüt mit dem niederländischen Certainty Racing Team in dem Renault Clio Cup Central Europe und in der TCR Germany. 2018 präsentierte sich er mit dem renommierten YACO Racing Team im Cockpit eines Audi RS 3 LMS bei den ADAC TCR Germany.

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