Team mcchip-dkr starts KTM X-BOW GTX customer sport project in 2021
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The mcchip-dkr team, based not far from the Nürburgring, will tackle a new customer sport project with an ultimate racing car in 2021. A brand new KTM X-BOW GTX will be prepared and used in the coming year by the team around Danny Kubasik. The KTM X-BOW GTX impresses with its radical design and has numerous technical highlights. Starting with the homologated monocoque, through the electric power steering to the spectacular canopy. The power of the over 500 hp strong 2.5 liter in-line five-cylinder engine with exhaust gas turbocharging is transmitted to the race track via the rear-wheel drive by using an electrical gearshift with a sequential 6-speed motorsport transmission. The puristic racing car can be used universally in various racing series such as Creventic 24h Series, GT Open, GTC Race or NLS / 24h Nürburgring. The mcchip-dkr team will announce further information about drivers and planned racing series in early 2021. Team manager Danny Kubasik is looking forward to the new challenge; “After it had been unclear for a long time how things would go in the 2021 motorsport season, we have a demanding project with the KTM X-BOW GTX that we can support on behalf of customers. The vehicle concept reminds me of the past Renault R.S. 01 GT3 missions. Compared to a GT3 vehicle, the operating costs of the KTM X-BOW GTX are significantly lower. I think KTM has a unique concept here that not only convinced our customers."