The ADAC e.V. has been the highest predicate in the licensed ADAC Kartsport, the ADAC Kart Masters, since 2008 and is held at five events on the German top karting tracks nationwide. The ADAC Kart Masters has been the most active kart series in Germany for years, currently the classes Bambini, OK, OK-Junior, X30 Senior, X30 Junior and KZ2 are advertised.  

An experienced organisational team as well as permanent sports control and a professional timekeeping accompany all events. In order to ensure equal opportunities, numerous technical checks are carried out and standard tires and standard petrol are required for all classes. There is also a testing ban on all participants the Wednesday and Thursday before the event. Supporters and fans can follow the current rankings of the respective races in live timing.  

After Colin's participation in the junior series ADAC Kart Academy, his start in the ADAC Kart Masters is the logical next step in his career planning.  

In the 2019 season, Colin will compete in the CLASS of OK Seniors for the TB Racing Team as part of the five events.  

All information about the series can be found at



The internationally advertised German Kart Championship (DKM) is not only the highest karting award in Germany, but is also considered the Champions League of karting. Internationality is a top priority, since the mid-1990s the starter field has always been filled with the biggest stars of the scene, the world and European champions and the world's best talents and makes the DKM one of the strongest and most successful race series in the world.

Therefore, the DKM is regarded as the diving board for new motorsport talents, which has proven itself right in recent years. The most famous examples are Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher, four-time champion Sebastian Vettel, Formula One drivers Ralf Schumacher, Nico Hülkenberg, Timo Glock and Robert Kubica. They all celebrated their first big victories here.

The DKM is run out in a total of five different predicates: In the German Junior Kart Championship (DJKM) the youngest pilots start between the ages of 13 and 15, followed by the seniors who compete for the title at the German Kart Championship. The shift kart pilots compete in the DSKM or the DMSB manual kart Cup (DSKC). New in 2018 is the orientation of the DEKM, the German Electric Kart Championship, which is the world's first kart racing series with this type of drive.

The nearly 20-hour live coverage of the races, with many interviews and background reports, usually watched by nearly 100,000 viewers, also contributes to the series great success. In addition, Motorvision TV broadcasts a 45-minute summary of the race weekend.

Colin starts at all five race weekends as part of the DJKM.  

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