Next weekend, in Genk, we will run in the fight for two prestigious European titles.
The CIK-FIA European Champioship for KZ, KZ2, OK and OKJ will be ending on the demanding Genk circuit and two Racing Department’s drivers are at the top positions of the mentioned categories, KZ and OK. Our standard bearers are Patrik Hajek and Karol Basz, both very well determined and aware to have excellent chassis and very good chances to succeed. 

OK. In the direct drive category Karol far five points from Joyner leader. After winning the first race at Zuera (Spain), our KF World Champion has lived an unlucky final at Adria (Italy), competition in which Karol had to stop due to a collision.
We attend Genk competition, with technical equipment of the highest standard and well-motivated to fight until the last bend.

KZ1. In the master class, KZ, Patrik is third, only four points from the leader Ardigò.
On the occasion of the DKM race in Genk (July 15 to 17), training-competition for the final test of the European Championship, Hajek won all heats and led part of race-1, before being forced to surrender because of a problem.
All the Racing Department staff is thus encouraged to push hard to achieve this prestigious goal, within our reach.

OKJ. Among the cadet drivers of the Junior class, although nobody of us is fighting for the title, the atmosphere is positive. During the last DKM event our young drivers performed very well, exploiting the potential of chassis and engine, with Franck Chappard and Théo Pourchaire always among the first positions.
At the end of race-2 Pourchaire took the podium and Chappard missed a top-result due to a collision with a rival.
All weekend in Genk will be broadcast live through the official CIK website and the finals that will award the European titles will be available on the official TV CIK-FIA