Livestream BNL Karting Series Round 2 at Karting Genk, "Home of Champions"

Livestream BNL Karting Series Round 2 at Karting Genk, "Home of Champions" Read more

BNL Karting Series is back and it is time to go racing at Karting Genk: Home of Champions! The final day of Round 2 can be watched at the Livestream! A total of ten races will see some close-quarter racing, and who will be leading the way going into the final round in late November?

Two European doubles for Birel ART in KZ and KZ2

Two European doubles for Birel ART in KZ and KZ2 Read more

At the second round of the European Championship at Genk, Birel ART increased its domination of the international KZ and KZ2 categories by winning two titles in one go despite very tight competition. The double win by Marijn Kremers and Alessandro Irlando in KZ was indicative of the current dynamism of Birel ART, as well as that of Viktor Gustavsson and Simone Cunati in KZ2.

Mission accomplished for Team Leclerc By Lennox Racing: Viktor Gustavsson crowned KZ2 European Champion

Mission accomplished for Team Leclerc By Lennox Racing: Viktor Gustavsson crowned KZ2 European Champion Read more

Mission accomplished for Team Leclerc By Lennox Racing, crowned European Champions in Genk in the KZ2 class thanks to Viktor Gustavsson and adding a first title to their palmares. An emphatic victory, which on the one hand proves the quality of the CL Karting by Birel ART chassis equipped with TM Racing engines once and for all and which, on the other hand, handsomely rewards such a young team for their hard and incessant work since early season.

Pole, victories In the heats and third place in the European Championship for Vortex

Pole, victories In the heats and third place in the European Championship for Vortex Read more

At the end of the weekend in Genk, the RSZ and RTZ engines are getting another prestigious result thanks to Simo Puhakka (Tony Kart Racing Team) who gains the third position in the KZ FIA Karting European Championship.

Simo Puhakka brings Tony Kart onto the podium of the general rating of the FIA Karting

Simo Puhakka brings Tony Kart onto the podium of the general rating of the FIA Karting Read more

Simo Puhakka brings Tony Kart onto the podium of the general rating of the FIA Karting European Championship at the end of the last round raced in Genk where the Tony Kart Racing Team is playing a leading role with Noah Milell

Kremers and Gustavsson crowned at Genk, Zilisch on track for the Academy

Kremers and Gustavsson crowned at Genk, Zilisch on track for the Academy Read more

In perfect weather conditions, the last day of the Genk competition offered a high quality show to the fans of close racing from all over the world. In the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ, Stan Pex won the Final in front of Marijn Kremers who took the title. In the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ2, the scenario was similar with the victory of David Trefilov and the crowning of Viktor Gustavsson. By winning the Final of the FIA Karting Academy Trophy, Connor Zilisch took a decisive option on the title.

Sunday Livestream: 2nd round of the FIA Karting European Championship KZ, KZ2 and Academy Trophy at Genk

Sunday Livestream: 2nd round of the FIA Karting European Championship KZ, KZ2 and Academy Trophy at Genk Read more

On Sunday 6th September, the new FIA Karting European Champions - KZ & KZ2 2020 will be announced, while the contenders for the FIA Karting Academy Trophy will become clearer. The list of entries in Genk is larger than that of the first competition in Adria thanks to several Wild Cards entered for Belgium.

Saturday Livestream: 2nd round of the FIA Karting European Championship KZ, KZ2 and Academy Trophy at Genk

Saturday Livestream: 2nd round of the FIA Karting European Championship KZ, KZ2 and Academy Trophy at Genk Read more

On Sunday 6th September, the new FIA Karting European Champions - KZ & KZ2 2020 will be announced, while the contenders for the FIA Karting Academy Trophy will become clearer. The list of entries in Genk is larger than that of the first competition in Adria thanks to several Wild Cards entered for Belgium.

Millel, Gustavsson and Braeken on pole position in Genk

Millel, Gustavsson and Braeken on pole position in Genk Read more

The FIA Karting competition in Genk started this Friday afternoon, 4th September, with the Qualifying Practice for the second round of the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ & KZ2 and the FIA Karting Academy Trophy. The health constraints in force in Belgium concerning the Covid-19 required the implementation of a very strict protocol, which made it hard for a significant number of drivers to reach the Genk venue. Sweden's Noah Millel and Viktor Gustavsson were the fastest in KZ and KZ2 respectively, while Belgium's Tom Braeken was the Academy pole position holder.

Livetiming: 2nd round of the FIA Karting European Championship KZ, KZ2 and Academy Trophy at Genk

Livetiming: 2nd round of the FIA Karting European Championship KZ, KZ2 and Academy Trophy at Genk Read more

On Sunday 6th September, the new FIA Karting European Champions - KZ & KZ2 2020 will be announced, while the contenders for the FIA Karting Academy Trophy will become clearer. The list of entries in Genk is larger than that of the first competition in Adria thanks to several Wild Cards entered for Belgium.

The first two European FIA Karting titles will be awarded in Belgium amid COVID-19 measures

The first two European FIA Karting titles will be awarded in Belgium amid COVID-19 measures Read more

While the Coronavirus is still active in several regions of the world, Belgium has adopted additional health control measures to prevent further infection. These will be applied in conjunction with the FIA guidelines during the FIA Karting Competition, which will take place as planned from 3rd to 6th September at the Genk "Home of Champions" circuit.

Tony Kart once again on the podium of the European Championship

Tony Kart once again on the podium of the European Championship Read more

On the track in Sarno, the effectiveness of the OTK equipment was confirmed by Joseph Turney’s third place in OK and the podium potential of the drivers competing in OKJ.

Livetiming Round 1 IAME Series BENELUX at Genk

Livetiming Round 1 IAME Series BENELUX at Genk Read more

After five long months of waiting, the drivers of the IAME Series Benelux, this weekend in Genk, can finally start their karting season. The context will be a bit different than we are used to, with the races taking place behind closed doors, but the field of participants still remains very attractive. More than 180 participants will compete at Karting Genk in Limburg during this first round of the championship. Time for a spectacle!

The CRG Racing Team ready to restart

The CRG Racing Team ready to restart Read more

All the pieces of the puzzle are being put back in place as for the International Karting calendar. In recent days, the FIA ​​has officially canceled the 1st round of the OK-OK Junior European Championship in Kristianstad and consequently the single-gear categories will have a 3-stage Championship: Zuera on August 2nd, Sarno on August 23rd and Wackersdorf on September 13th. The KZ classes, on the other hand, will compete in the European Championship on 2 events: the first in Adria on August 16th and the final in Genk on September 6th.

FIA Karting 2020 calender adjusted: Competition of Genk postponed to September

FIA Karting 2020 calender adjusted: Competition of Genk postponed to September Read more

Due to the global health concerns regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), the CIK-FIA has modified the FIA Karting 2020 sporting calendar accordingly. The Competition of Genk (BEL) counting for the FIA Karting European Championship - KZ & KZ2 and for the FIA Karting Academy Trophy initially scheduled for 18th-21st June has been postponed to 3rd-6th September.

Update: MAX Challenge Euro Trophy revises events

Update: MAX Challenge Euro Trophy revises events Read more

The Rotax MAX Challenge Euro Trophy has responded to the ongoing corona pandemic and revised the 2020 calendar again.

70 days until the start of the German Kart Championship

70 days until the start of the German Kart Championship Read more

After a long winter break, riders, teams and organizers are looking forward to the start of the German Kart Championship 2020. It starts on the Schweppermannring in Ampfing. The first race of the year will take place in Bavaria from May 8th to 10th. Afterwards, it continues to Wackersdorf, Kerpen, Mülsen and Genk in Belgium.

Register now online for the DKM - Five races spread over Germany and Genk

Register now online for the DKM - Five races spread over Germany and Genk Read more

The kick-off to the German Kart Championship 2020 season is going to happen on January 6th at 12 o’clock with the start of the online registration. Interested drivers can register for the four grade series DKM (OK), DJKM (OK-Junior), DSKM (KZ2) and DSKC (KZ2) on the website www.kart-dm.de. The racing calendar consists of five races spread over Germany and Belgium.

German Kart Championship with new program in 2020 Five races spread over Germany and Genk

German Kart Championship with new program in 2020 Five races spread over Germany and Genk Read more

Shortly after the season finale, the German Kart Championship presents its calendar for the year 2020. There will be five races again, spread from May to October. Next to well-known locations, the highest German kart racing series is going to take place on the new kart racing track in Mülsen (Saxony) for the first time.

An incident stopped Federer run in DKM’s KZ2 at Genk. Trefilovs dominant in KZ2 Cup, Bernardotto fifth

An incident stopped Federer run in DKM’s KZ2 at Genk. Trefilovs dominant in KZ2 Cup, Bernardotto fifth Read more

Federer has been involved in an incident at the start of one heat in the fourth round of DKM and this prevented him from taking part in the two finals in Genk. Trefilovs won again in KZ2 Cup, while Bernardotto got on the podium with a great P5. 

Championships in the DKM stay exciting, New winners and thrilling fights in Genk (BEL)

Championships in the DKM stay exciting, New winners and thrilling fights in Genk (BEL) Read more

Genk. Last weekend, the five DMSB grade series had their second foreign round in Belgian Genk. On the international top track, 178 drivers started and created high tension regarding the fights for the titles this year. Right before the final event, all championship decisions are still to be made.

Jasin Ferati dominates at DEKM half-time in Genk

Jasin Ferati dominates at DEKM half-time in Genk Read more

The German Electric Kart Championship’s season half-time took place in Belgian Genk last weekend (2nd to 4th of August). The 1.360m long top track was the location of the half-time races in the first pure Electric Kart racing series in the world. Swiss Jasin Ferati impressed with a four-time victory.

Half-time of the German Electric Kart Championship

Half-time of the German Electric Kart Championship Read more

Three weeks after a thrilling racing weekend in Kerpen, the German Electric Kart Championship is going to continue in Belgian Genk from 2nd to 4th of August. There, the drivers from seven nations are going to start into the second half of the season of the first Electric Kart Championship in the world.

Triple podium for Vortex at the OK and OKJ European Championship

Triple podium for Vortex at the OK and OKJ European Championship Read more

Despite the surprises reserved by bad weather on the Genk track, the Vortex engines support the drivers very well in the fight for the victory and conquer three podiums.

LeCont tyres contribute to the success of the European Championship at Genk

LeCont tyres contribute to  the success of the European Championship at Genk Read more

After France and the Angerville circuit, the drivers registered for the FIA ​​Karting European Championship - OK travelled to Genk, Belgium, for the second of four meetings in the 2019 season. A new date, a new place, different conditions and different rankings, but one consistency: the quality and consistency of LeCont tyres.

European podium for Tony Kart Racing Team in Genk in OKJ

European podium for Tony Kart Racing Team in Genk in OKJ Read more

Great performances for the Tony Kart Racing Team and well-deserved podium with Alex Dunne on the circuit in Genk in the second round of FIA Karting European Championship OK and OKJ, in spite of the difficult weather conditions.

Birel ART - Pole position and leading performances at Genk

Birel ART - Pole position and leading performances at Genk Read more

During a particularly tricky competition, Birel ART Racing was able to place two of its drivers at the front of the OK European Championship. Pole position and 3rd place in Qualifying Practice for Luigi Coluccio and Alessandro Irlando, followed by two top-three finishes in the heats, confirmed the level of performance of the Birel ART chassis and their TM Racing engines at the highest level.

Travisanutto in OK and Amand in Junior, new winners at Genk

Travisanutto in OK and Amand in Junior, new winners at Genk Read more

The second Competition of the FIA ​​Karting European Championship - OK & Junior was very complex to manage for the participants in the Kart Grand Prix of Belgium in Genk. The rain spared none of the three days of racing, however, the Finals were, fortunately, able to take place on a dry track. Marcus Amand (FRA) won in Junior and Lorenzo Travisnutto (ITA) won the OK Final with a strong lead just before a storm.

LIVESTREAM Sunday FIA Karting European Championship OK/OK junior round 2 Genk, Belgium

LIVESTREAM Sunday FIA Karting European Championship OK/OK junior round 2 Genk, Belgium Read more

Karting Genk is the host of the FIA ​​Karting European Championship. The Genk circuit will host the second of the four European Competitions with the Belgian Kart Grand Prix from 16th to 19th May. The 1360 m of the Belgian track will provide an ideal setting for the 169 drivers entered for the second Competition of the 2019 FIA ​​Karting European Championship - OK & Junior.

LIVESTREAM FIA Karting European Championship OK/OK junior round 2 Genk, Belgium

LIVESTREAM FIA Karting European Championship OK/OK junior round 2 Genk, Belgium Read more

Karting Genk is the host of the FIA ​​Karting European Championship. The Genk circuit will host the second of the four European Competitions with the Belgian Kart Grand Prix from 16th to 19th May. The 1360 m of the Belgian track will provide an ideal setting for the 169 drivers entered for the second Competition of the 2019 FIA ​​Karting European Championship - OK & Junior.