Team True Racing has revealed its third and final KTM X-Bow entry to contest the 2022 Fanatec GT2 European Series at Imola this weekend, with the signing of Laura Kraihamer to join Kris Rosenberger in the #15 Pro-Am entry.
Rosenberger returns to the KTM True Racing fold after an outstanding first season in the series, finishing as Am class runner-up alongside Hans Joachim Stuck with a haul of seven second-places. Despite taking the step up to the Pro-Am category for 2022, the Austrian has to be a racing-winning threat when he makes his class debut in Italy in a few days’ time.
That winning potential only increases when you introduce the talents on Kraihamer. A KTM specialist, she won the KTM X-BOW Battle Endurance Championship at her first attempt in 2012 and played a pivotal role in developing the new KTM X-BOW GTX.
With podium finishes and race wins scored across a raft of championships, including the GT4 European Series, GT4 Germany, and the Creventic 24 Hour Series, Kraihamer competed in five different international series for KTM in 2020 to further podium success. Now the 30-year-old is ready to make her GT2 European Series debut in Italy alongside her fellow countryman.
“I am delighted to join the GT2 European Series for the season opener in Imola with the KTM X-BOW GT2,” said Kraihamer. “The GT2 European Series is a very promising championship and a great platform. I am looking forward to an exciting weekend with Kris, who has already spent a season in the car.”
The #15 KTM X-BOW entry for Imola joins the two full-time series entries for the True Racing squad. Sehdi Sarmini and Stefan Rosina return to the Pro-Am battle for a second term in the #16 sister KTM, whilst Hubert Trunkenpolz and Klaus Angerhofer will lead the team’s Am class charge.