Author: Bas Kaligis/Sunday, July 14, 2019/Categories: DKM
After a nine-week-long break, the participants of the German Kart Championship are going to start on the Erftlandring in Kerpen now. The venerable track has been a constant part of the DKM racing calendar for years and always poses a special challenge. Formula 1 record World Champion Michael Schumacher and four-time Formula 1 World Champion and DKM patron Sebastian Vettel already began their motorsports careers there. In the DEKM, DTM-driver Ferdinand Habsburg is going to start as a popular guest driver.
186 participants from all over the world are at Kerpen this weekend and drive the half-time races of the German Kart Championship. The 1.107m long Erftlandring has been a part of the highest German kart racing series for decades and still has a special flair. Unlike some of the new tracks, this one is especially challenging and demands full concentration. In the past, there were always several surprises regarding the fights for victory in Kerpen.
All fans at home or on the road can follow the races of the DKM and its grade series via live-stream. The stream is going to start on Saturday at 10:30am and Sunday at 9:15am.
Live timing and results from DKM Kerpen
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