A few weeks before the big season finale of the German Kart Championship in Lonato (Italy), the highest German kart racing series is already setting the course for the year 2018. The new racing calendar comprises five events again, two in other European countries.
The third round of the German Championship DKM held in Wackersdorf has highlighted the speed of CRG drivers that now are leading KZ2, OK and OK-Junior classifications.
Stan Pex took a double win in the second round of DKM in Kerpen (Germany) and became the new KZ2 classification leader, Dennis Hauger won OK and Kas Haverkort OK-Junior.
All in all, 153 drivers from more than 20 nations started and showed thrilling races in high temperatures. In the evening the winners were David Detmers (DSKC), Stan Pex (DSKM), Mattia Michelotto, Kas Haverkort (beide DJKM) as well as David Schumacher and Dennis Hauger (both DKM).
On the traditional Erftlandring more than 160 drivers from more than 20 nations are going to start next weekend.
The drivers competing on CRG chassis have been great protagonists at the circuit of Wackersdorf (Germany) in the first round of the German Championship. Jorrit Pex in KZ2, Max Tubben in Shifterckart Cup, Paavo Tonteri in OK and Dennis Hauger in OK Junior.
Christoph Hold has been among the quickest and an absolute protagonist of the first round of the German Championship in the DMSB Shifterkart Cup KZ2, scoring two second places in the exciting Finals of Wackersdorf.
The German Kart Championship is going to start into its new season in a few days in Wackersdorf (Upper Palatine). The four classes are internationally strongly manned with more than 145 drivers and promise exciting races. All events are going to be broadcast via online-stream again.
The new DKM season is going to start in two weeks. More than 130 drivers have already entered their registrations for the four grade series. The future German Kart champion can look forward to an attractive prize – a test day in a Formula 4 racecar.
Already more than 100 entries in all four classes The German Kart Championship impresses with a strong field of participants in 2016. Roughly a month after the start of registrations the Championship already counts 103 drivers including the Tony Kart factory team. The four grade series of the German Motorsport Foundation (DMSB) raise a high […]
Offenbach Show: Presentation of OK engines and interview with Alexander Geier IKA Kart 2000, the largest show in the world devoted exclusively to karting has been held in Germany for 24 years, at Offenbach. This year, the public, as passionate as they were numerous, were able to discover the newly homologated engines, including the new […]
Packed agenda at the German Kart Championship (DKM) The DKM promises a lot of excitement in 2016. With the DMSB Shifterkart Cup, the highest German kart racing series is presenting a new class. At the DKM and DJKM the new OK engines are going to be used. The racing calendar is going to consist of five […]
Numerous innovations are waiting for us at the highest German Kart Championship in 2016. In addition to the introduction of the new CIK-FIA classes OK Junior and OK, there is also going to be a second shifterkart class. The DMSB Shifterkart Cup (DSKC) is going to celebrate its premiere and impresses with a strong concept. The 2015 season […]
The season finale of the German Kart Championship (DKM) took place four weeks ago, now the highest kart racing series in Germany presents its 2016 calendar. The season spans five weekends again, the races are going to take place in Wackersdorf, Ampfing, Genk, Oschersleben and Kerpen. The event in Genk is going to take place two weeks […]
Exciting final races in the Erftland The conditions at the finale of the German Kart Championship in Kerpen couldn’t have been any better. The drivers of all three grade series fought for the championship titles in bright sunshine. In the end, Alexander Schmitz (DSKM), Bent Viscaal (DJKM) and Richard Verschoor (DKM) prevailed. During the first […]