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.

DKM Round 2 at Kerpen in normal driving direction

DKM Round 2 at Kerpen in normal driving direction Read more

After the German Kart Championship announced the relocation of the second race weekend to Kerpen a few days ago, a survey of the participants followed. They wish for the normal driving direction, thus, the second event will take place counterclockwise as usual.

Organizers cancel DKM in Mülsen Second performance in Kerpen, but the other way around

Organizers cancel DKM in Mülsen Second performance in Kerpen, but the other way around Read more

Three weeks before the premiere of the German Kart Championship on the new racetrack in Mülsen (Saxony), the organizer Kart-Club-Sachsen e.V. cancels the event. Despite extensive efforts, the responsible parties were unable to agree on the financing of the event. Now, the second run takes place again in Kerpen, but in the opposite driving direction.

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.

SUNDAY LIVESTREAM of the German Kart Championship Round 1 on the Erftlandring in Kerpen

SUNDAY LIVESTREAM of the German Kart Championship Round 1 on the Erftlandring in Kerpen Read more

With a delay of three months, the German Kart Championship is now going to start into the new season. This weekend, 120 participants are going to start on the Erftlandring in Kerpen. Originally, the season half-time of the German Kart Championship 2020 was supposed to take place in Kerpen – now it’s the kick-off to an unusual season. The four-grade series DKM, DJKM, DSKM and DSKC promise lots of excitement. The interest in the DKM is continuously high. The people responsible were accordingly motivated to make a racing season possible – this will only consist of four races, but the choice of race tracks is challenging.

SATURDAY LIVESTREAM of the German Kart Championship Round 1 on the Erftlandring in Kerpen

SATURDAY LIVESTREAM of the German Kart Championship Round 1 on the Erftlandring in Kerpen Read more

With a delay of three months, the German Kart Championship is now going to start into the new season. This weekend, 120 participants are going to start on the Erftlandring in Kerpen. Originally, the season half-time of the German Kart Championship 2020 was supposed to take place in Kerpen – now it’s the kick-off to an unusual season. The four-grade series DKM, DJKM, DSKM and DSKC promise lots of excitement. The interest in the DKM is continuously high. The people responsible were accordingly motivated to make a racing season possible – this will only consist of four races, but the choice of race tracks is challenging.

LIVETIMING and RESULTS of the German Kart Championship Round 1 on the Erftlandring in Kerpen

LIVETIMING and RESULTS of the German Kart Championship Round 1 on the Erftlandring in Kerpen Read more

With a delay of three months, the German Kart Championship is now going to start into the new season. This weekend, 120 participants are going to start on the Erftlandring in Kerpen. Originally, the season half-time of the German Kart Championship 2020 was supposed to take place in Kerpen – now it’s the kick-off to an unusual season. The four-grade series DKM, DJKM, DSKM and DSKC promise lots of excitement. The interest in the DKM is continuously high. The people responsible were accordingly motivated to make a racing season possible – this will only consist of four races, but the choice of race tracks is challenging.

DKM starts into delayed season - Kick-off in Kerpen under strict hygiene requirements

DKM starts into delayed season - Kick-off in Kerpen under strict hygiene requirements Read more

With a delay of three months, the German Kart Championship is now going to start into the new season. Next weekend, 120 participants are going to start on the Erftlandring in Kerpen. The event is going to take place under strict hygiene requirements. The DKM racing calendar 2020 has been shortened to four events.

Season start of DKM in Kerpen secured

Season start of DKM in Kerpen secured Read more

Finally, the German Kart Championship starts the new racing season with its five grade series. The start of the season will take place in Kerpen from August 7th to 9th. Nearly 140 drivers compete in the first races. The event takes place in compliance with a strict hygiene concept.

DKM develops comprehensive hygiene concept

DKM develops comprehensive hygiene concept Read more

From August 7-9th, the German Kart Championship is planning to start the 2020 season. But before the engines of the highest German karting championship buzz again on the Erftlandring, it was necessary to adjust to the current Corona situation. In recent weeks, an extensive hygiene concept has been developed. The races will be subject to final approval by the local authorities.

“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?

Presentation of the DKM Calendar 2020

Presentation of the DKM Calendar 2020 Read more

Jenni Wade and Björn Niemann presented the DKM racing calendar 2020. Due to the Corona crisis, this also had to be adjusted. The participants can look forward to four thrilling racing weekends. The starting shot is fired at the Erftlandring in Kerpen, then on to Mülsen, Wackersdorf and the final in Ampfing.

DEKM starts with five races in 2020 - race kalender from July to October

DEKM starts with five races in 2020 - race kalender from July to October Read more

The Corona pandemic also causes shifts in the racing calendar in the German Electric Kart Championship (DEKM). After first relaxations in the past days and openings of the kart tracks, the DEKM now presents a new racing calendar for the 2020 season. Still five races are planned between July and October

DKM starts 2020 with four races

DKM starts 2020 with four races Read more

The Corona pandemic also causes shifts in the racing calendar in the German Kart Championship. After first relaxations in the past days and openings of the kart tracks, the highest German karting series now presents a new racing calendar for the season 2020. Four races are planned between August and October

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.

“great progress in the technical field” – DEKM Promoter Oliver Schielein talks about the upcoming 3rd season

“great progress in the technical field” – DEKM Promoter Oliver Schielein talks about the upcoming 3rd season Read more

The trade visitors showed great interest in the German Electric Kart Championship [DEKM]. Registrations for the new season are in full swing at www.dekm.de and we hope that our great progress – in particular in the technical field – will convince many young drivers to join our series.

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.

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.

Exciting duels at the DEKM in Kerpen – DTM-Star on the podium

Exciting duels at the DEKM in Kerpen – DTM-Star on the podium Read more

The participants of the German Electric Kart Championship had to wait nine weeks for the next races. Last weekend (July 12th – 14th), the next event took place in Kerpen and numerous spectators got to see thrilling kart racing on the Erftlandring. The international field of participants fought thrilling duels. Guest driver and DTM driver Ferdinand Habsburg stood on the third place of the podium on Sunday.

Livetiming and results DKM Kerpen

Livetiming and results DKM Kerpen 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. 

DEKM starts on the venerable Erftlandring – DTM Driver Ferdinand von Habsburg starts in VIP-Kart

DEKM starts on the venerable Erftlandring – DTM Driver Ferdinand von Habsburg starts in VIP-Kart Read more

After a nine-week break, the season of the German Electric Kart Championship is going to continue (12. – 14. July). 14 young drivers from seven nations are going to start into the next ranked races on the Erftlandring in Kerpen. The championship is currently being led by Berlin resident Luka Wlömer. Austrian DTM-driver Ferdinand von Habsburg starts as a popular guest driver. 

DKM starts registration for guest drivers - Record field of participants promises excitement

DKM starts registration for guest drivers - Record field of participants promises excitement Read more

Frankfurt on the Main. More than 180 drivers have already entered their registration for the German Kart Championship 2019. A couple of spots are still available in the four categories though. Starting Monday at 8pm , interested guest drivers now have the possibility to gain a ticket for the DKM.