ADAC presents DKM calendar for 2024

ADAC presents DKM calendar for 2024 Read more

As the future organizer of the Deutsche Kart Meisterschaft (DKM), the ADAC e.V. has presented the calendar for the 2024 season. Next year, the DKM calendar will grow to six events, which will be held from the season opener in April to the finale at the end of September.

Sunday live stream: Round 4 of the German Kart Championship at the Erftlandring in Kerpen

Sunday live stream: Round 4 of the German Kart Championship at the Erftlandring in Kerpen Read more

After races in Mülsen, Genk (Belgium), and Wackersdorf, the DKM squad travels on to Kerpen. The 1,107-metre Erftlandring has a long tradition in German motorsport and is an integral part of the DKM race calendar. In the past decades, the circuit in North Rhine-Westphalia has often been the starting point of a successful motorsport career.

Saturday live stream: Round 4 of the German Kart Championship at the Erftlandring in Kerpen

Saturday live stream: Round 4 of the German Kart Championship at the Erftlandring in Kerpen Read more

After races in Mülsen, Genk (Belgium), and Wackersdorf, the DKM squad travels on to Kerpen. The 1,107-metre Erftlandring has a long tradition in German motorsport and is an integral part of the DKM race calendar. In the past decades, the circuit in North Rhine-Westphalia has often been the starting point of a successful motorsport career.

Live timing & Results: Round 4 of the German Kart Championship at the Erftlandring in Kerpen

Live timing & Results: Round 4 of the German Kart Championship at the Erftlandring in Kerpen Read more

After races in Mülsen, Genk (Belgium), and Wackersdorf, the DKM squad travels on to Kerpen. The 1,107-metre Erftlandring has a long tradition in German motorsport and is an integral part of the DKM race calendar. In the past decades, the circuit in North Rhine-Westphalia has often been the starting point of a successful motorsport career. 

Traditional track in Kerpen welcomes the DKM

Traditional track in Kerpen welcomes the DKM Read more

The Erftlandring in Kerpen is the venue for the fourth event of the German Kart Championship this coming weekend and could prove to be groundbreaking in the title fight. The supporting programme will once again feature the youngsters of the Mini 60 Series by Chrono Karting. The title sponsor is GTC Race - the sports car series has been a partner of the DKM since the beginning of the year and supports the championship with a GT4 test drive.

Sunday live stream: Round 2 of the German Kart Championship at the ‘Home of Champions’ in Genk

Sunday live stream: Round 2 of the German Kart Championship at the ‘Home of Champions’ in Genk Read more

Not far from the German-Dutch border, the ‘Home of Champions’ circuit has been part of the race calendar of Germany's top kart racing series for many years and again promises great karting. Over 100 drivers will be competing in the four categories - some of them the best kart drivers in the world.

Saturday live stream: Round 2 of the German Kart Championship at the ‘Home of Champions’ in Genk

Live timing & Results: Round 2 of the German Kart Championship at the ‘Home of Champions’ in Genk

Live timing & Results: Round 2 of the German Kart Championship at the ‘Home of Champions’ in Genk Read more

Not far from the German-Dutch border, the ‘Home of Champions’ circuit has been part of the race calendar of Germany's top kart racing series for many years and again promises great karting. Over 100 drivers will be competing in the four categories - some of them the best kart drivers in the world.

Round two of the DKM starts in Belgium

Round two of the DKM starts in Belgium Read more

After a strong start to the season at the Arena E in Muelsen, the DKM travels on to Genk in Belgium. The ‘Home of Champions’ circuit has been part of the race calendar of Germany's top kart racing series for many years and again promises great karting. Cemil Bayyati (DJKM), Daniel Vasile (DSKM) and Juliano Holzem (DSKC) will compete as championship leaders. The supporting program includes the Mini 60 Series by Chrono Karting.

DKM starts the season in Muelsen

DKM starts the season in Muelsen Read more

Frankfurt am Main. A long winter break comes to an end next weekend for the German Kart Championship. In Muelsen, the three categories DJKM (OKJ), DSKM (KZ2) and DSKC (KZ2) will start into the new season. In the supporting program, the young drivers of the Mini 60 Series by Chrono Karting will compete.

DKM-title fights stay exciting after Mülsen-premiere

DKM-title fights stay exciting after Mülsen-premiere Read more

Mülsen. The German Kart Championship's premiere at the Motorsports Arena Mülsen was a huge success. Drivers from more than 20 nations started and showed high-class kart racing. There were nine different winners in thrilling races – the title fights are getting even closer right before the final.

Sunday live streaming coverage: DKM Round 4 at the Arene E in Mülsen

Sunday live streaming coverage: DKM Round 4 at the Arene E in Mülsen Read more

This weekend, a premiere awaits the participants of the German Kart Championship for the first time, the highest German kart racing series will make a guest appearance in the Arene E in Mülsen. With the start of the second half of the season, the fight for the championship titles also begins.

Saturday live stream: DKM Round 4 at the Arene E in Mülsen

Saturday live stream: DKM Round 4 at the Arene E in Mülsen Read more

This weekend, a premiere awaits the participants of the German Kart Championship for the first time, the highest German kart racing series will make a guest appearance in the Arene E in Mülsen. With the start of the second half of the season, the fight for the championship titles also begins.

Live-timing and results: DKM Round 4 at the Arene E in Mülsen

Live-timing and results: DKM Round 4 at the Arene E in Mülsen Read more

This weekend, a premiere awaits the participants of the German Kart Championship for the first time, the highest German kart racing series will make a guest appearance in the Arene E in Mülsen. With the start of the second half of the season, the fight for the championship titles also begins.

Premiere of the DKM in Mülsen

Premiere of the DKM in Mülsen Read more

This weekend, a premiere awaits the participants of the German Kart Championship – for the first time, the highest German kart racing series will make a guest appearance in the Arene E in Mülsen. With the start of the second half of the season, the fight for the championship titles also begins.

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.

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.  

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.

Red-hot battle at the DKM Kick-Off in Kerpen

Red-hot battle at the DKM Kick-Off in Kerpen Read more

110 drivers from Europe started into the new season of the German Kart Championship last weekend (August 7th – 9th) and experienced a red-hot battle. Winners Kris Haanen (DJKM), Kas Haverkort (DKM), Jorrit Pex, Fabian Federer (both DSKM) and Julian Müller (DSKC) kept the coolest heads.

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.