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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 fore 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 interntional field of participants fought thrilling duels. Guest driver and DTM driver Ferdinand Habsburg stood on the third place of the podium on Sunday.

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.

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.

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.

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 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.

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