Six winners at the DKM season kick-off in Kerpen

Six winners at the DKM season kick-off in Kerpen Read more

The German Kart Championship had a successful kick-off last weekend (May 7th - 9th 2021) on the Erftlandring in Kerpen. 114 drivers from 16 nations started there and drove thrilling races in changing weather. In the end, there were six joyful winners.

Sunday Livestream: DKM Round 1 at Erftlandring in Kerpen

Sunday Livestream: DKM Round 1 at Erftlandring in Kerpen Read more

There is huge anticipation among drivers, teams and organizers of the German Kart Championship. After a long winter break and weeks of uncertainty about whether the 2021 DKM could take place as planned at all - now it's here. The 1.107m long track in Kerpen is the location of the kick-off to an exciting season.

Livestream: DKM Round 1 at Erftlandring in Kerpen

Livestream: DKM Round 1 at Erftlandring in Kerpen Read more

There is huge anticipation among drivers, teams and organizers of the German Kart Championship. After a long winter break and weeks of uncertainty about whether the 2021 DKM could take place as planned at all - now it's here. The 1.107m long track in Kerpen is the location of the kick-off to an exciting season.

DKM season kick-off in Kerpen

DKM season kick-off in Kerpen Read more

The German Kart Championship is going to start into its 59th racing season next weekend (May 7th – 9t), as planned, and is popular among local and foreign drivers again. 115 participants are going to compete on the traditional Erftlandring in Kerpen.

New race calendar for DEKM and reduced entry fee

New race calendar for DEKM and reduced entry fee Read more

Four weeks before the start of the fourth German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM) season, the event’s promoter IKmedia and technical partner BRP-Rotax decided to adjust the race calendar for the 2021 season. It now includes four events as part of the DKM and the Rotax MAX Challenge Germany.

Guest driver registration for DKM now possible

Guest driver registration for DKM now possible Read more

From May 7th – 9th, the German Kart Championship is going to start into its new season on the Erftlandring in Kerpen. The highest German kart racing series is going to offer a strong platform with an extensive program again. The registrations for guest drivers will be possible from April 1st

DKM adapts its program to the circumstances, numerous changes for the new season

DKM adapts its program to the circumstances, numerous changes for the new season Read more

A few weeks ago, the German Kart Championship presented its innovative racing program for the 2021 season. But a few changes caused criticism among long-standing teams and drivers. The organizers took this to heart and adjusted the racing program once again. Among these adjustments are the lowering of the DMSB Shifterkart Cup registration fee as well as not merging the two shifterkart categories DSKM and DSKC.

German Kart Championship has made all the arrangements for 2021

German Kart Championship has made all the arrangements for 2021 Read more

The German Kart Championship is going to start into the new season on the Erftlandring in Kerpen from May 7th – 9th. During the past weeks, all the necessary arrangements for a successful year have been made. The highest German kart racing series promises continuity and high quality.

Online registration started for 2021 DKM, Five races spread over Germany and Belgium

Online registration started for 2021 DKM, Five races spread over Germany and Belgium Read more

On February 1st at 12pm, with the beginning of the online registration for the German Kart Championship, the kick-off to the 2021 season is going to happen. Interested drivers can register for the five grade series DKM (OK), DJKM (OK-Junior), DSKM (KZ2), DSKC (KZ2) and DEKM on the website www.kart-dm.de. The racing calendar consists of five races spread over Germany and Belgium.

DKM publishes regulations for 2021

DKM publishes regulations for 2021 Read more

After the DKM race calendar 2021 was published at the beginning of December, now improvements for the upcoming season followed. There are several changes, which make for more attractiveness for the participants, thereby the entry fees will stay the same.

At full throttle into 2021: DKM presents racing calendar

At full throttle into 2021: DKM presents racing calendar Read more

After one of the shortest DKM seasons in years, the highest German Kart Championship presents the race calendar for 2021. On five weekends racers will drive on the best racetracks in Germany and Belgium. The kick-off will take place in May, with the final taking place at the beginning of October.

DKM-Champions 2020 selected in Oschersleben

DKM-Champions 2020 selected in Oschersleben Read more

It was the German Kart Championship season’s finale last weekend at the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben and there were exciting races again. Next to DSKM-Champion Jorrit Pex, Juho Valtanen (DKM), Kris Haanen (DJKM), Tim Tröger (DSKC) and Luka Wlömer (DEKM) ended up on the list of Champions.

Sunday Livestream: DKM Finals at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben

Sunday Livestream: DKM Finals at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben Read more

The last races of the 2020 season for the German Kart Championship will take place in Oschersleben this weekend. Motorsport Arena Oschersleben is back on the DKM calendar after four years. The DKM was last guest at the Motorsport Arena in 2016 and is now returning. With a track length of 1,018 meters, the track is the shortest and at the same time the fastest in the racing calendar.

Saturday Livestream: DKM Finals at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben

Saturday Livestream: DKM Finals at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben Read more

The last races of the 2020 season for the German Kart Championship will take place in Oschersleben this weekend. Motorsport Arena Oschersleben is back on the DKM calendar after four years. The DKM was last guest at the Motorsport Arena in 2016 and is now returning. With a track length of 1,018 meters, the track is the shortest and at the same time the fastest in the racing calendar.

Livetiming and Results: DKM Finals at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben

Livetiming and Results: DKM Finals at Motorsport Arena Oschersleben Read more

The last races of the 2020 season for the German Kart Championship will take place in Oschersleben this weekend. Motorsport Arena Oschersleben is back on the DKM calendar after four years. The DKM was last guest at the Motorsport Arena in 2016 and is now returning. With a track length of 1,018 meters, the track is the shortest and at the same time the fastest in the racing calendar.

DKM decisions are made in Oschersleben

DKM decisions are made in Oschersleben Read more

This upcoming weekend, the German Kart Championship ends in the motorsport arena Oschersleben. After 2016, the track is again represented in the racing calendar of the highest German car separation series and expects exciting race decisions in the four predicates.  

Due to deregistrations of participants no DSKM in Oschersleben

Due to deregistrations of participants no DSKM in Oschersleben Read more

Already since the beginning of the season, the German Shifter Kart Championship has been weakly occupied. Additional deregistrations of participants for the final in the motorsport arena Oschersleben now ensure that the DSKM cannot be carried out. Jorrit Pex is the champion of a shortened season.

Freak weather at the DKM in Wackersdorf

Freak weather at the DKM in Wackersdorf Read more

The German Kart Championship travelled to the Prokart Raceland in Wackersdorf for its third event of the season. For the first time this year, the weather was a deciding factor. Rain caused shifts among the different championships. Kris Haanen already won the German Junior Kart Championship. In the other classes, everything is still possible before the finale.

Sunday Livestream: DKM at Prokart Raceland, Wackersdorf

Sunday Livestream: DKM at Prokart Raceland, Wackersdorf Read more

After the double serve in Kerpen, the German Kart Championship is now entering the second half of the season in the Prokart Raceland Wackersdorf. On the race track in the Upper Palatinate, 115 drivers compete in the five predicates and could already ensure the first preliminary decisions in the fight over the title.

Saturday Livestream: DKM at Prokart Raceland, Wackersdorf

Saturday Livestream: DKM at Prokart Raceland, Wackersdorf Read more

After the double serve in Kerpen, the German Kart Championship is now entering the second half of the season in the Prokart Raceland Wackersdorf. On the race track in the Upper Palatinate, 115 drivers compete in the five predicates and could already ensure the first preliminary decisions in the fight over the title.

Livetiming and Results: DKM at Prokart Raceland, Wackersdorf

Livetiming and Results: DKM at Prokart Raceland, Wackersdorf Read more

After the double serve in Kerpen, the German Kart Championship is now entering the second half of the season in the Prokart Raceland Wackersdorf. On the race track in the Upper Palatinate, 115 drivers compete in the five predicates and could already ensure the first preliminary decisions in the fight over the title.

Wackersdorf kicks off second half of the DKM season

Wackersdorf kicks off second half of the DKM season Read more

After the double serve in Kerpen, the German Kart Championship is now entering the second half of the season in the Prokart Raceland Wackersdorf. On the race track in the Upper Palatinate, 115 drivers compete in the five predicates and could already ensure the first preliminary decisions in the fight over the title.

DEKM travels to Wackersdorf again

DEKM travels to Wackersdorf again Read more

The upcoming weekend, the German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM) starts into the second half of the season, additionally to a new edition at Prokart Raceland, Wackersdorf. With four winners in four races so far, the race weekend promises a lot of excitement. The overall classification is currently led by Joel Mesch.

DKM/DEKM Finale moves to Oschersleben – date of the season finale remains the same

DKM/DEKM Finale moves to Oschersleben – date of the season finale remains the same Read more

In the 2020 season, the racing calendar of the German Kart Championship will not come to rest. After the cancellation of the final in Ampfing, the race now moves to Oschersleben. Thus, after four years, the race track is again part of the DKM calendar. The final races will take place as planned from October 16th to 18th.

New winners at the second DKM event in Kerpen

New winners at the second DKM event in Kerpen Read more

Three weeks after the season kick-off to the German Kart Championship in Kerpen, the highest German kart racing series took place in the Erftland again for its second event. With changed weather conditions, there were a couple of changes among the championships. The participants of the German Electric Kart Championship experienced their season kick-off. Juho Valtanen, Luca Griggs (both DKM), Kris Haanen (DJKM), Stan Pex (DSKM), Tim Tröger (DSKC) as well as Sebastian Kraft and Joel Mesch (both DEKM) finished the races as winners.

Sebastian Kraft and Joel Mesch win at the DEKM Kick-Off

Sebastian Kraft and Joel Mesch win at the DEKM Kick-Off Read more

After a long period of waiting, the kick-off to the third season of the German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM) took place on the Erftlandring in Kerpen. 13 drivers made up a balanced field of participants. Sebastian Kraft and Joel Mensch ended up as winners.

Sunday Livestream: DKM Kerpen 2020 V2.0

Sunday Livestream: DKM Kerpen 2020 V2.0 Read more

The year 2020 is making history – in the German Kart Championship too. Right after the kick-off to the season, the organizers had to react to changes in the racing calendar and are now going to hold the second event of the highest German kart racing series on the Erftlandring in Kerpen too. This time, the German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM) will happen too.

Livestream: DKM Kerpen 2020 V2.0

Livestream: DKM Kerpen 2020 V2.0 Read more

The year 2020 is making history – in the German Kart Championship too. Right after the kick-off to the season, the organizers had to react to changes in the racing calendar and are now going to hold the second event of the highest German kart racing series on the Erftlandring in Kerpen too. This time, the German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM) will happen too.