We go back on track for two important events of late July. Both races the Racing Department will face, will be held on the Belgian track of Genk. This coming weekend the third round of the DKM Deutsche Kart Meisterschaft is going to be run and from July 28 to 31 the third, and final, round of the CIK-FIA European Championship for all categories, KZ, KZ2, OK and OKJ will be held.

KZ2. Both in OK and KZ2 categories we are leaders with our chassis and drivers and we aim to the continental success.
In the category with the gear Patrick Hajek is currently second in the standings and has just back from a second place in race-1 in Ampfing.
Our other driver Andreas Backman missed the first DKM event and due to this he is slightly behind in the standings but, as with Hajek, the Belgian race will also be an important test, so as to prepare in the best way the European event of the end of month.


OK. In the category with no gear our material is well shown with Karol Basz, second in the standings and author of a success and a second place in Wackersdorf. Once more the performance given until now give us good expectations, so to have a leading role in both races on the demanding track of Genk.


OKJ. In the Junior category we will have plenty of very young drivers eager to shine, these are the two French Théo Pourchaire, Frank Chappard, the Russian Ivan Grigoryev and the Belgian Charles Weerts.
In the overall standings our driver with the best position is currently Pourchaire, ninth, which in Ampfing came close to a podium position and still wants to improve in the Genk race.