Tagged: German Championship
The German Championship includes racing for OK, OK-Junior and KZ2, plus another KZ2 class for less experienced competitors. It’s a popular championship as Germany is accessible to so much of Europe and many international drivers and teams compete.
Rickard Kaell leaves Strakka to become Sporting Director for Birel ART Kartcom has lots of photos of the new KZ engines WSK Champions Cup entry list out now German Championship entry list – entries still coming in Rotax Winter Cup entry list
The German Championship (DKM) calendar has been released, and the organisers have revealed that the classes will be OK, OK-Junior and KZ2. We believe this is the first national championship to confirm that it is using the new classes. The race at Genk will be two weeks...
The German Championship organisers have published how they’re going to handle this year’s new bumper system: In two months the new season of the German Kart Championship is going to start at the Prokart Raceland Wackersdorf. In the run-up to the races, the new homologation of the...
The German dates have been changed following the CIK date alteration. The updated calendar is as follows: 3rd May – Wackersdorf 14th June – Genk 2nd August – Ampfing 6th September – Oschersleben 4th October – Kerpen Here’s the original official news item and the update.
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