Reiter Engineering GmbH & Co Kg is a German racing team founded in 1994. The company is named after engineer and founder Hans Reiter. In 2000, Reiter entered a Lamborghini in the FIA GT Championship with its own Diablo GT built by the team.
In 2003 the Diablo GT was replaced by the newer Lamborghini Murciélago R-GT, with increased development from Audi Sport, before also becoming the constructor of the Gallardo GT3 for the FIA GT3 European Championship and later the ADAC GT Masters.
Besides running the factory squads in their respective championships Reiter also builds and sells its cars to other teams for various uses.
In 2000, Reiter debuted its custom-built Diablo GT in the international FIA GT Championship, with backing from Lamborghini. The car was a variant of the Diablo GTRs used in the Lamborghini Supertrophy one-make series, adapted to better compete in FIA GT. Following a short 2000 season, Reiter managed to score their first points in 2001 with a fifth place finish in the season finale.
A points-scoring finish would not come again for the Diablo GT until it was replaced by the newer Murciélago R-GT at the end of 2003. This new car would earn points on its debut in 2004, with a third place at Valencia. The following year, Reiter managed another point at its home round in Oschersleben.
Reiter managed to scure sponsorship funding in 2006, leading to the team name being changed to B-Racing RS-Line Team early in the season and the ability to run two cars, before changing to become All-Inkl.com Racing halfway through the year. The team managed three points-scoring finishes, with a best result of sixth in Brno.
2007 saw Reiter's greatest success as the team opened the year with their first victory, drivers Christophe Bouchut and Stefan Mücke winning in Zhuhai. The two-car team managed to score points in six out of ten races that season, allowing the All-Inkl.com Racing squad to earn seventh in the Teams' Championship and Reiter Engineering tying for ninth.