A restarting automaton is a special type of linearly bounded automaton with fixed lookahead length
, whose computation proceeds in cycles performing one length-reducing rewrite of the lookahead contents per cycle as the only modification of the input. Through various restrictions on this machine model, a vast number of traditional and new language classes have been excavated. In two studies on lookahead hierarchies for restarting automata without auxiliary symbols [2,3], it was shown that lookahead length is often a significant restriction on the power of these types of restarting automata. No similar study on lookahead hierarchies for restarting automata with auxiliary symbols has been explicitly carried out.