Luka Wlömer wins DEKM title 2020

Luka Wlömer wins DEKM title 2020 Read more

This year, the drivers travelled to the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben for the final of the German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM). In the fight for the title, the weather caused a lot of tension again, in the end Diego Stifter and Axel La Flamme won the final races – Luka Wlömer wins the championship title in the third attempt.

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.  

DEKM faces season finale in Oschersleben

DEKM faces season finale in Oschersleben Read more

After 2018, the German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM) returns to Oschersleben and will host the final races on the track in the Magdeburg Börde. Due to the Corona pandemic, the 2020 season is particularly short. Less than two months after the start of the season at the end of August in Kerpen, the drivers will now head to Oschersleben for the final. In the meantime, the world’s first electric kart championship completed two race weekends in Wackersdorf.

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.

Thrilling race action and new winners in the DEKM

Thrilling race action and new winners in the DEKM Read more

Only a week after the season kick-off, the German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM) travelled on to Wackersdorf. Within the framework of the Rotax Max Challenge Euro Trophy, the participants experienced exciting race decisions. Axel La Flamme and Diego Stifter ended up as the winners.

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.

Livetiming and Results: DKM Kerpen 2020 V2.0

Livetiming and Results: 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.

DKM is ready for Kerpen 2.0

DKM is ready for Kerpen 2.0 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.

DEKM starts into its third season in Kerpen

DEKM starts into its third season in Kerpen Read more

The worldwide Corona pandemic also caused a late start into the season of the German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM). Next weekend, things will get going though: On the traditional Erftlandring in Kerpen, the unique electric kart racing series is going to start into its third season. A newly developed high performance racing E-kart, longer racing distances and an attractive field of participants promise lots of excitement.

DEKM updates race calendar – first race weekend postponed until 28 – 30 august in Mülsen

DEKM updates race calendar – first race weekend postponed until 28 – 30 august in Mülsen Read more

The newly developed “Project E20” electric kart from BRP-Rotax is probably the most important “asset” in this year’s DEKM season. “More power, a longer battery life and a reduced weight boost the performance of the German Electric Kart Championship to a whole new level,” says Oliver Schielein, Managing Director of IKmedia, the promoter of the series. During the first test drives, the new e-kart received an extremely enthusiastic reception from drivers. “We now want to ensure that we do not endanger the success of our most important asset by starting off with the handbrake engaged,” says Schielein.

“Preparations to ensure optimum safety” – DEKM Promoter Oliver Schielein on the new race calendar

“Preparations to ensure optimum safety” – DEKM Promoter Oliver Schielein on the new race calendar Read more

Mr Schielein, the German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM) recently published its new race calendar for 2020. Did you find it challenging to organise?

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.

DKM at the kart fair in Offenbach on the Main, 28th International Karting Exhibition opens its doors

DKM at the kart fair in Offenbach on the Main, 28th International Karting Exhibition opens its doors Read more

This weekend, 25th - 26th January 2020, the international kart fair is going to take place for the 28th time in Offenbach on the Main. Next to numerous news regarding kart racing, the German Motorsports Foundation (DMSB) is also going to present itself in hall A1. The five grade series of the German Kart Championship are also going to be there. The new BRP-Rotax E-Kart “Project E20” of the DEKM will also be presented.

Rotax Thunder! Jort Coone charges to the podium at the DEKM in Ampfing: “It was really a good feeling for me!”

Rotax Thunder! Jort Coone charges to the podium at the DEKM in Ampfing: “It was really a good feeling for me!” Read more

With third place in the fourth round of the DEKM, the German Electric Kart Championship, Jort Coone again proved to be one of the certain front-runners in the international field contesting the 2019 title. This was a huge boost for the young Dutch driver because the 15-year old from Lemmer had never actually raced on the challenging Ampfing circuit before while having no time more recently for any further testing due to his studies.

Luka Wlömer and Jasin Ferati share DEKM-Victories in Ampfing

Luka Wlömer and Jasin Ferati share DEKM-Victories in Ampfing Read more

The German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM) celebrated its racing premiere last weekend in Bavarian Ampfing. The first pure electric kart racing series in the world started on the Schweppermannring for the first time and experienced partly thrilling races. The victories went to the two title favorites Luka Wlömer and Jasin Ferati.

DKM-final highly exciting until the last second Titles go to England and the Netherlands

DKM-final highly exciting until the last second Titles go to England and the Netherlands Read more

It was the big finale of the German Kart Championship this season. 149 drivers from all over the world started on the Schweppermannring in Ampfing and fought for the coveted victories in very mixed weather. The championship titles finally went to Harry Thompson (DKM), Robert De Haan (DJKM), Stan Pex (DSKM) and Senna Van Walstijn (DSKC).

German Electric Kart Championship starts in Ampfing

German Electric Kart Championship starts in Ampfing Read more

With the fourth racing weekend (October 4th – 6th) of the German Electric Kart Championship on the Schweppermannring in Ampfing, a premiere awaits the first electric kart racing series in the world. For the first time, the championship is going to take place on the race track in Upper Bavaria.

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.