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).

Parolin: Strong international progress confirmed at the World Championship

Parolin: Strong international progress confirmed at the World Championship Read more

Parolin Racing Kart's efforts extend to every category in Karting. Noted for several seasons by its dominance among the youngest drivers, Parolin also benefits from its success in Junior and OK to increase its presence throughout the market. In Finland, at the FIA ​​Karting World Championship - OK and Junior, the Italian brand was the third largest chassis manufacturer with 16 drivers entered in its colours. Meanwhile, the performance was there with Racing Team drivers Gabriele Mini' in OK and James Wharton in Junior.

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.

Sunday livestream of the DKM races in Genk, First decisions possible in Belgium

Sunday livestream of the DKM races in Genk, First decisions possible in Belgium Read more

The highest German kart racing series is going to take place on the international race track in Belgian Genk for the eighth time and first decisions regarding the fights for the titles are already possible. After the debut in 2011, the DKM and its five grade series are going to travel to the 1.360m long track in the border region to the Netherlands and Germany for the eighth time. The fields are going to be brilliantly manned once again. In the five classes DKM, DJKM, DSKM, DSKC and DEKM, 163 drivers from all over the world are going to start.
 

Livestream of the DKM races in Genk, First decisions possible in Belgium

Livestream of the DKM races in Genk, First decisions possible in Belgium Read more

The highest German kart racing series is going to take place on the international race track in Belgian Genk for the eighth time and first decisions regarding the fights for the titles are already possible. After the debut in 2011, the DKM and its five grade series are going to travel to the 1.360m long track in the border region to the Netherlands and Germany for the eighth time. The fields are going to be brilliantly manned once again. In the five classes DKM, DJKM, DSKM, DSKC and DEKM, 163 drivers from all over the world are going to start.
 

Live timing of the DKM races in Genk, First decisions possible in Belgium

Live timing of the DKM races in Genk, First decisions possible in Belgium Read more

The highest German kart racing series is going to take place on the international race track in Belgian Genk for the eighth time and first decisions regarding the fights for the titles are already possible. After the debut in 2011, the DKM and its five grade series are going to travel to the 1.360m long track in the border region to the Netherlands and Germany for the eighth time. The fields are going to be brilliantly manned once again. In the five classes DKM, DJKM, DSKM, DSKC and DEKM, 163 drivers from all over the world are going to start.
 

DKM enters crucial phase in Genk, First decisions possible in Belgium

DKM enters crucial phase in Genk, First decisions possible in Belgium Read more

In a few days, the second foreign round of the season of the German Kart Championship is going to take place. The highest German kart racing series is going to take place on the international race track in Belgian Genk for the eighth time and first decisions regarding the fights for the titles are already possible.

European Championship: Minì winner and Vice-Champion in OK, top five in Junior for Wharton

European Championship: Minì winner and Vice-Champion in OK, top five in Junior for Wharton Read more

The 2019 European season ended in France on the Le Mans circuit with a very successful performance from the official Parolin Racing Kart team and its #1 driver Gabriele Minì in OK, while James Wharton secured a very convincing top five in OK-Junior. Race after race, Parolin affirms its advantageous position among the best thanks to its extremely effective chassis in all conditions.

Sun and rain at DKM half-time event in Kerpen, changing weather causes exciting races

Sun and rain at DKM half-time event in Kerpen, changing weather causes exciting races Read more

The German Kart Championship travelled to the Erftland for the season half-time. On the venerable Ring in Kerpen, the ranked races five and six took place. 164 participants started and experienced thrilling races in changing weather. There were five double winners at the final races.

Kerpen heralds DKM half-time - Full house on the venerable track in the Erftland

Kerpen heralds DKM half-time - Full house on the venerable track in the Erftland Read more

After a nine-week-long break, the participants of the German Kart Championship are going to start on the Erftlandring in Kerpen now. The venerable track has been a constant part of the DKM racing calendar for years and always poses a special challenge. Formula 1 record World Champion Michael Schumacher and four-time Formula 1 World Champion and DKM patron Sebastian Vettel already began their motorsports careers there. In the DEKM, DTM-driver Ferdinand Habsburg is going to start as a popular guest driver.

Surprises at the DKM in Wackersdorf

Surprises at the DKM in Wackersdorf Read more

The next event of the German Kart Championship took place last weekend in Wackersdorf (Upper Palatine). 185 participants from all over the world started at the next ranked races and there were several surprises. The weather caused lots of excitement again.

Impressive recovery for Minì after difficult Qualifying at Genk

Impressive recovery for Minì after difficult Qualifying at Genk Read more

Due to the unpredictable weather in Belgium, the second round of the FIA ​​Karting European Championship was the most difficult of the season so far. Small showers often caused unpredictable variations in the grip of the Genk circuit. Delayed for this reason in Qualifying, Gabriele Minì admirably recovered from 43rd to 6th place finish with the fastest lap, therefore preserving all his chances in the OK rankings.

DKM starts into the season with thrilling races: Changing weather causes excitement in Lonato

DKM starts into the season with thrilling races: Changing weather causes excitement in Lonato Read more

Lonato. Last weekend, the South Garda Circuit in Italian Lonato welcomed the participants of the German Kart Championship to the first event of the year. 187 participants made for record fields in the four kart racing grade series of the German Motorsports Foundation (DMSB). The weather caused exciting races on the final Sunday.

Live-stream: DKM first races on the South Garda Circuit in Lonato

Live-stream: DKM first races on the South Garda Circuit in Lonato Read more

The kick-off to the new season is going to take place on the South Garda Circuit in Lonato again. The 1.200m long race track close by the Lake Garda is part of the DKM racing calendar for the third time and provides the perfect setting.

198 drivers start at DKM kick-off; German Kart Championship with participant record again

198 drivers start at DKM kick-off; German Kart Championship with participant record again Read more

Frankfurt on the Main. After an eight months break, the German Kart Championship is going to start again next weekend. 198 drivers are going to start into the first ranked races on the South Garda Circuit in Lonato (Italy). 

Abbasse (KZ2), Travisanutto (OK), Antonelli (OKJ) and Powell (Mini) take the win in the 24th Winter Cup in Lonato

Abbasse (KZ2), Travisanutto (OK), Antonelli (OKJ) and Powell (Mini) take the win in the 24th Winter Cup in Lonato Read more

The 24th Winter Cup ended with spectacular final stages in Lonato. The International event set a record participation of 310 drivers coming from 43 different countries.

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