IAME Series Germany ready for Euro Series dress rehearsal

10 June 2024

The fields of the IAME Series Germany are filled to the last starting place for the race in Wackersdorf next weekend. Not only the top German drivers are expected at the third of six races this season, but also the international elite due to the upcoming IAME Euro Series on German soil. The Pro Kart Raceland in Bavaria has often been a turning point and decisive race in the championship in previous seasons, and this year's finals can also be expected to be groundbreaking. Particular attention will be paid to the battle between the registered drivers and guest starters from Italy and the Netherlands.

X30 Seniors: Another turnaround in the title fight?
The two previous races in Mülsen and Ampfing could not have been more different. Due to the very different characteristics of the courses, there were two different winners and a wide-open race for the points classification, which Jason Bralic (SIM-ON) leads just ahead of team-mate Elia Weiss. The battles between the fastest local drivers and the best drivers from Europe, such as Dutchman Kevin Lantinga or Frenchman Clement Outran (TBKart Racing Team), will be particularly interesting to watch.

X30 Juniors: duel at the top
So far, Lars Ramaer (SIM-ON) and Marius Bonconseil (Ebert Motorsport) have had the competition in the X30 Juniors under control. In a thrilling duel, the two Germans secured the most points from the first two super heats and finals. But the tide could turn in Wackersdorf and other drivers will have trained hard to get into the title fight - there are still four weekends to go and any lead in the standings can be made up. There will also be Euro Series specialists to watch out for in the juniors.
Lots of racing action in the live stream

The IAME Series Germany is also offering a live stream as part of the German Kart Championship so that all spectators can follow the races. While Friday's free practice sessions will not yet be covered, the stream will start on Saturday and Sunday for the first heats and will cover all heats, super heats and also the finals. As usual, live timing will be available for all sessions.