DKM starts registration for guest drivers - Record field of participants promises excitement

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Frankfurt on the Main. More than 180 drivers have already entered their registration for the German Kart Championship 2019. A couple of spots are still available in the four categories though. Starting Monday at 8pm , interested guest drivers now have the possibility to gain a ticket for the DKM.

DSKC is going to be expanded to 51 drivers Two pre-finals and a superfinal

DSKC is going to be expanded to 51 drivers  Two pre-finals and a superfinal Read more

Only a couple of hours after the start of the online registration for the 2019 DKM season, the field of participants of the DMSB Shifterkart Cup (DSKC) was booked up. The organizers of the DMSB have now reacted and expanded the field from 34 to 51 participants. There is also great reception regarding the other grade series.

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Thrilling final DKM races in Genk: Title decisions made in German Kart Championship.

Thrilling final DKM races in Genk: Title decisions made in German Kart Championship. Read more

The title decisions in the German Kart Championship have been made: Last weekend 184 drivers from more than 20 nations started in Belgian Genk and drove thrilling races until the end. The new champions on Sunday evening were Harry Thompson (DKM), Thomas Ten Brinke (DJKM), Fabian Federer (DSKM) and Emilien Denner (DSKC).The final decisions of the German Electric Kart Championship were also made.

Title fights in the DKM stay exciting until the end: New winners on the Erftlandring in Kerpen.

Title fights in the DKM stay exciting until the end: New winners on the Erftlandring in Kerpen. Read more

More than 160 drivers from more than 20 nations started into the semi-final of the German Kart Championship last weekend in Kerpen. The traditional Erftlandring caused some changes among the individual championships once again and now promises exciting finals at the end of August in Belgian Genk.

German Kart Championship going into crucial phase: Races on the traditional Erftlandring.

German Kart Championship going into crucial phase:  Races on the traditional Erftlandring. Read more

Frankfurt am Main. Kerpen is known as a breeding ground for talent in German motorsports. In the past, the careers of Formula 1 record world champion Michael Schumacher, his brother Ralf and also four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel started there. At the fourth race of the German Kart Championship, lots of young drivers who aspire to careers like these are going to start. 170 drivers from more than 20 nations are going to participate this time.

Extreme heat at the DKM-half-time in Ampfing: Two double winners on the Schweppermannring.

Extreme heat at the DKM-half-time in Ampfing: Two double winners on the Schweppermannring. Read more

Ampfing. 165 participants started at the half-time races of the German Kart Championship in Ampfing last weekend. In midsummery temperatures, the drivers, teams and spectators experienced hot races with two double winners. Things continue to be exciting in the individual classes.

DKM half-time in Ampfing: Filled-up fields of participants on the Schweppermannring.

DKM half-time in Ampfing:  Filled-up fields of participants on the Schweppermannring. Read more

Frankfurt am Main. Next weekend, the four DMSB kart racing grade series DKM, DJKM, DSKM and DSKC are going to start into the second half of the season in Bavarian Ampfing. More than 170 drivers from all over the world are going to start at the ranked races five and six on the Schweppermannring. The fights for the titles are still open in all classes.

Eight winners at the DKM in Wackersdorf. Balanced races in changing weather.

Eight winners at the DKM in Wackersdorf. Balanced races in changing weather. Read more

Wackersdorf. The Prokart Raceland in Wackersdorf welcomed the participants of the German Kart Championship to the second event of the year last weekend. The fields were strongly manned again with 179 drivers and impressed with balanced races. In the evening there were eight winners in eight races. The weather caused some additional excitement.

German Kart Championship back in Germany: Second racing weekend at the Prokart Raceland Wackersdorf.

German Kart Championship back in Germany: Second racing weekend at the Prokart Raceland Wackersdorf. Read more

Frankfurt on the Main. Next weekend, the second event of the German Kart Championship is going to take place. 168 drivers from more than 25 nations are going to start in Upper Palatine. An additional highlight awaits: The world premiere of the German Electric Kart Championship.