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The German Kart Championship is a kart racing series based in Germany, event ruled and organized by the Deutscher Motor Sport Bund.

The series is held annually on the most modern and largest outdoor karting tracks in Germany. The German Kart Championship is divided into four classifications: German Kart Championship (DKM), German Challenger Kart Championship (DCKM), German Junior Kart Championship (DJKM) and German Switching Kart Championship (DSKM).

Champions[edit]

Season Category
KF1 Challenger (KF2) Junior (KF3) DKC/DSKM
1962 Germany Werner Ihle
1963 Germany Werner Ihle
1964 Germany Werner Ihle
1965 Germany Werner Ihle
1966 Germany Leopold Zwelbar
1967 Germany Dieter Ihle
1968 Germany Hans Heyer
1969 Germany Hans Heyer
1970 Germany Hans Heyer
1971 Germany Hans Heyer
1972 Germany Karl-Heinz Hackländer
1973 Germany Karl-Heinz Hackländer
1974 Germany Hugo Brehm
1975 Germany Manfred Schneider
1976 Germany Manfred Schneider
1977 Germany Leopold Zwelbar
1978 Germany Georg Bellof
1979 Germany Jörg van Ommen
1980 Germany Stefan Bellof
1981 Germany Martin Bott
1982 Germany Otto Rensing
1983 Germany Peter Hantscher
1984 Germany Otto Rensing
1985 Germany Joachim Velte
1986 Denmark Gerd Munkholm
1987 Germany Michael Schumacher
1988 Germany Christoph Krumbein
1989 Germany Peter Hantscher Germany Arnd Meier
1990 Germany Arnd Meier Austria Oliver Tichy
1991 Germany Jörg Seidel Germany Norman Simon
1992 Germany Gerwin Schweizer Germany Bernd Friedrich
1993 Germany Gerhard Lindinger Germany Bernd Friedrich
1994 Germany Gerhard Lindinger Germany Timo Scheider
1995 Germany Alexander Zwelbar Germany Timo Bernhard
1996 Germany Alexander Zwelbar Germany Frank Diefenbacher
1997 Germany Michael Bellmann Germany Marc Walz
1998 Germany Marcel Lasee Germany Rico Zschemisch
1999 Finland Toni Vilander Poland Robert Kubica
2000 Finland Oskari Heikkinen Germany Mario Josten
2001 Germany David Hemkemeyer Germany Sebastian Vettel
2002 Germany David Hemkemeyer Germany Nico Hülkenberg
2003 Germany Nico Hülkenberg Netherlands Henkie Waldschmidt
2004 Germany Helmut Sanden Germany Marco Wittmann
2005 Germany Helmut Sanden Netherlands Nigel Melker Germany Simon Solgat
2006 Denmark Michael Christensen Netherlands Jack Te Braak Germany Marcel Jeleniowski
2007 Denmark Michael Christensen Germany Patrick Kappis United Kingdom Tom Grice Belgium Rick Dreezen
2008 Netherlands Jack Te Braak United Kingdom Tom Grice Netherlands Nyck de Vries Belgium Rick Dreezen
2009 Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen Germany Moritz Oestreich Netherlands Nyck de Vries Belgium Rick Dreezen
2010 Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen Denmark Christian Sörensen France Manuel Renaudie
2011 Germany Marvin Kirchöfer Norway Dennis Olsen Netherlands Jorrit Pex
2012 Norway Dennis Olsen Germany Hannes Janker Netherlands Jorrit Pex

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3 news items

 
Zee News
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 02:56:15 -0700

Genk (Belgium): Young Indian driver Jehan Daruvala went within a whisker of claiming an incredible German Karting Championship crown, finishing second in the standings in one of Europe's top competitions. The final race, on the Belgian track of Genk ...
 
Times of India
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 23:34:11 -0700

NEW DELHI: Jehan Daruvala's first full season in senior karting competitions in Europe finished on a high with the youngster finishing second in the German karting championship last week. Till a few months back, the Sahara Force India Academy driver ...
 
The New Indian Express
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 17:45:00 -0700

Daruvala came within a whisker of winning the German Karting Championship last week, only to finish second under controversial circumstances. But the 16-year-old is looking to leave that setback behind. “I will be competing in the Formula Renault ...
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