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.

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.

Kas Haverkort triumphs on the first round of the year

Kas Haverkort triumphs on the first round of the year Read more

The Dutchman took the 3 victories in the inaugural test of the 2020 Formula 4 season at the Circuit de Navarra.It has been an atypical racing weekend in the non-sports, the new normality implies some changes in the development of the competition and in all the activity that surrounds it. The security measures have left us a podium without the delivery of trophies, the pilots left with the prize already in their hands and, of course, with a mask.

Absolute domain of Kas Haverkort in Navarra

Absolute domain of Kas Haverkort in Navarra Read more

The Dutch driver also claimed the victory in both races on the last day of Formula 4 that took place at the Navarra circuit. He was accompanied on the podium, both times in second place, by his teammate Oliver Goethe (MP Motorsport).

Kas Haverkort wins the first race of the season

Kas Haverkort wins the first race of the season Read more

The dutch got the victory in the first scoring event of the 2020 season of the F4 Spanish Championship. After taking the pole position in the qualifying practice that took place this morning, Haverkort (MP Motorsport) was the main favorite in the fight for first position.
 

Kas Haverkort makes debut with MP Motorsport in single seaters: Spanish F4 Championship

Kas Haverkort makes debut with MP Motorsport in single seaters: Spanish F4 Championship Read more

After a successful karting career, Kas Haverkort will switch to motor racing this year. The 16-year-old Team NL driver will compete for the Dutch MP Motorsport team in the Spanish F4 Championship. “I am really looking forward to it and will do my very best. A place in the top three is certainly my goal in that respect,” says an enthusiastic Haverkort.

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).

Sunday Livestream: FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, FIA Karting International Super Cup (KZ2) & FIA Karting Academy Trophy at Lonato

Sunday Livestream: FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, FIA Karting International Super Cup (KZ2) & FIA Karting Academy Trophy at Lonato Read more

The South Garda Karting Circuit in Lonato stage the FIA World Karting KZ Championship. This big event will include also the International Super Cup with the strongest KZ2 drivers in the world and the young talents of the Academy Trophy that will battle out their closing and decisive round of the season. The event in Lonato will also be enriched by the Historic Super Cup FIA Karting open to the fascinating historic karts, among which some rare 50s karts.

Livestream: FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, FIA Karting International Super Cup (KZ2) & FIA Karting Academy Trophy at Lonato

Livestream: FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, FIA Karting International Super Cup (KZ2) & FIA Karting Academy Trophy at Lonato Read more

The South Garda Karting Circuit in Lonato stage the FIA World Karting KZ Championship. This big event will include also the International Super Cup with the strongest KZ2 drivers in the world and the young talents of the Academy Trophy that will battle out their closing and decisive round of the season. The event in Lonato will also be enriched by the Historic Super Cup FIA Karting open to the fascinating historic karts, among which some rare 50s karts.

Results: FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, FIA Karting International Super Cup (KZ2) & FIA Karting Academy Trophy at Lonato

Results: FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, FIA Karting International Super Cup (KZ2) & FIA Karting Academy Trophy at Lonato Read more

The South Garda Karting Circuit in Lonato stage the FIA World Karting KZ Championship. This big event will include also the International Super Cup with the strongest KZ2 drivers in the world and the young talents of the Academy Trophy that will battle out their closing and decisive round of the season. The event in Lonato will also be enriched by the Historic Super Cup FIA Karting open to the fascinating historic karts, among which some rare 50s karts.

Live timing: FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, FIA Karting International Super Cup (KZ2) & FIA Karting Academy Trophy at Lonato

Live timing: FIA Karting World Championship - KZ, FIA Karting International Super Cup (KZ2) & FIA Karting Academy Trophy at Lonato Read more

The South Garda Karting Circuit in Lonato stage the FIA World Karting KZ Championship. This big event will include also the International Super Cup with the strongest KZ2 drivers in the world and the young talents of the Academy Trophy that will battle out their closing and decisive round of the season. The event in Lonato will also be enriched by the Historic Super Cup FIA Karting open to the fascinating historic karts, among which some rare 50s karts.

Dream FIA Karting Competition expected in Lonato

Dream FIA Karting Competition expected in Lonato Read more

The Lonato track made its return to the international calendar last year with the organisation of the second Competition of the FIA ​​Karting European Championship - KZ & KZ2, but we need to go back to 1996 for the last World meeting on the South Garda Karting circuit with the CIK-FIA World Championship for Formula A and Super A. The Competition, which will take place from 19th to 22nd September on the most popular Italian circuit, is, therefore, a highly anticipated event in the world of karting. The FIA ​​Karting World Championship - KZ, the FIA ​​Karting International Super Cup - KZ2, the third FIA Karting Academy Trophy Competition and the sixth edition of the FIA ​​Karting Historical Super Cup have more than 260 entries, a very high number for the most part due to the Lonato effect. 52 countries from five continents will be represented, Italy taking pride of place with nearly a quarter of the entry. A large audience of enthusiasts will be able to watch in the stands at this extraordinary event.

Karting talent Kas Haverkort changes to Tony Kart and wins ADAC Kart Masters: “I'm quite excited!”

Karting talent Kas Haverkort changes to Tony Kart and wins ADAC Kart Masters: “I'm quite excited!” Read more

Kas Haverkort (15) has made the switch to Tony Kart over the last weekend and celebrated a double finals victory in his race debut at the ADAC Kart Masters in Germany. The Team NL talent will complete the rest of the 2019 season on the Tony Kart brand in combination with Vortex engines. The young karter from Heemserveen will race for Kartshop Ampfing / OTK factory from Italy. The first event on the program in the new outfit was the German ADAC Kart Masters at the Kerpen circuit over the weekend, with victory for Kas. Now, the focus is on the World Karting Championship in Finland in the OK class and followed by the KZ2 World Cup in Lonato.

Kas Haverkort claims another podium at a challenging DKM weekend in Genk

Kas Haverkort claims another podium at a challenging DKM weekend in Genk Read more

Round 4 of the international German Kart Championship was where Kas Haverkort was aiming to once more reinstate himself as a sure title contender, having led the highly competitive OK Senior class in the premier national series from the opening round in Lonato, Italy already. With countless issues thrown at the young Dutch driver throughout the following rounds, the 15-year old again displayed his impressive racing skills to secure yet another podium finish in Belgium.

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.

Strong sixth place for Kas Haverkort at FIA European Championship in Le Mans

Strong sixth place for Kas Haverkort at FIA European Championship in Le Mans Read more

During the final round of the FIA European Karting Championship, Kas Haverkort won a hard-fought sixth place in the OK class. On the circuit of Le Mans, the 15-year old Team NL talent drove five very strong heats, with which he was able to set himself up with P5 on the start grid for the final. Haverkort even had the prospect of a podium finish until the middle of the race, but had to surrender some positions in the closing stages. He eventually seized sixth place in the extremely competitive field, thereby once again showing his talent and fighting spirit.

Two new Champions crowned after suspense at Le Mans

Two new Champions crowned after suspense at Le Mans Read more

It was not until the last Final of the season that the FIA Karting European Champions - OK & Junior 2019 were decided. Strategy was at the heart of the Le Mans Competition where the battles were numerous and spectacular. The 2018 OK World Champion Lorenzo Travisanutto won his first European title, while the youngster Marcus Amand was crowned Junior European Champion to close a particularly tough weekend.

Pressured Qualifying Heats at Le Mans

Pressured Qualifying Heats at Le Mans Read more

The original situation generated by Qualifying Practice, combined with the importance of this final Competition of the FIA ​​Karting European Championship - OK & Junior, increased the pressure on Saturday, 20th July on the Le Mans circuit. The 24 Heats on the programme were often the scene of fierce clashes in the two categories that are dominated for the moment by Gabriele Minì (ITA) and Andrea Kimi Antonelli (ITA) before the last Heats remaining on Sunday morning.

Podium for Kas Haverkort at DKM round 3 in Kerpen, switch to an alternative engine brand for Le Mans

Podium for Kas Haverkort at DKM round 3 in Kerpen, switch to an alternative engine brand for Le Mans Read more

After dominating the highly competitive field in the OK senior category from the beginning of the weekend at the third edition of the international German Kart Championship, Dutch driver Kas Haverkort set himself up to regain the lead in the 2019 series when he secured pole position and won both qualifying heats Saturday, to be starting on pole in Sunday’s first final. Taking P2 for a podium place was enough points to move him up to second in the standings, but a forced retirement in Race 2 ended his chance to reclaim the championship lead at the halfway mark. 

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.

Positive weekend for Paolo de Conto in KZ2 at the WSK Euro Series in Lonato

Positive weekend for Paolo de Conto in KZ2 at the WSK Euro Series in Lonato Read more

The Italian driver made a great work with his new engine tuner (Tec-Sav) in view of the World Championship, collecting a lot of data and showing great performances.

The final round of the KZ-KZ2 European Championship in Sarno

The final round of the KZ-KZ2 European Championship in Sarno Read more

In KZ Paolo De Conto and Pedro Hiltbrand looking for redemption, after the unlucky race in Wackersdorf, In KZ2 Simone Cunati is in contention for the European title with Modena Kart team.

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.

Kas Haverkort stays optimistic after a challenging weekend at the DKM in Germany

Kas Haverkort stays optimistic after a challenging weekend at the DKM in Germany Read more

Dutch Kas Haverkort described his weekend at the second round of the international German Kart Championship as “educational” when asked about his run of bad luck during the event at the ProKart Raceland circuit in Wackersdorf. Taking a very positive outlook on what most drivers would say is one to forget, the 15-year old has a unique approach to his racing.

DKM in Wackersdorf for Germany kick-off

DKM in Wackersdorf for Germany kick-off Read more

Just a week after the Kart Grand Prix of Germany, the next season highlight waits in Wackersdorf. This time, the drivers of the German Kart Championship are going to start In Upper Palatine. With more than 200 participants, the highest German kart racing series has got a record field of participants.

CRG with Cunati on Wackersdorf’s podium at the KZ2 European Championship

CRG with Cunati on Wackersdorf’s podium at the KZ2 European Championship Read more

Simone Cunati conquers the 2nd place in Wackersdorf with the CRG Modena Kart team and becomes a candidate for the KZ2 European Championship title. In KZ Hiltbrand is 11th for a penalty and De Conto 13th. The first round of the FIA Karting European Championship for the shifter classes KZ and KZ2 in Wackersdorf, Germany, saw the CRG colours on the podium with Simone Cunati, with the Modena Kart team, fantastic protagonist of the KZ2 category where he achieved an excellent second place.

The KZ and KZ2 European Championship kicks off in Wackersdorf

The KZ and KZ2 European Championship kicks off in Wackersdorf Read more

After the start of the OK and OK Junior European Championship in Angerville, France, on the weekend of May 5th in Wackersdorf, Germany, it’s the turn of the FIA Karting European Championship for the KZ and KZ2 shifter classes, where the CRG Racing Team boasts an important hall of fame with 24 titles, and the last 2 laurels won in KZ with Jorrit Pex in 2018 and Paolo De Conto in 2017.