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DPK Racing | Americas Welcomes Max Mokarem as Official Driver


DPK Racing | Americas Announces Max Mokarem as Official Driver for Upcoming 2024 Championships, new Addition Poised to Propel DPK Racing | Americas Forward on U.S. and European Circuits


Dallas, Texas, April 18th, 2024 – DPK Racing | Americas is thrilled to announce Max Mokarem as its official driver for the 2024 racing season. Mokarem will compete in prestigious events such as the SKUSA Pro Tour, USPKS, National Stars Championship Series, Supernats, and selected European races.

Max Mokarem, known affectionately as ‘MaxSpeed’ for his velocity and racing prowess, has rapidly ascended the ranks of motorsports since his debut in 2022. At just 12 years of age, this Lebanese-American has accumulated multiple pole positions and victories across various local and regional competitions in the USA.

His 2023 achievements alone boast 5 pole positions, 6 victories, and 13 podium finishes. In 2024, Mokarem will continue to compete in the KA100 Junior and X30 Junior karting categories, alongside his debut in formula racing as the youngest driver ever to compete in the Formula Fara F4 category with the LC Racing team.

“I’m excited to join DPK Racing | Americas. Although they are a new team here stateside, they bring with them a wealth of knowledge and a history of success. I look forward to growing together”, said Max Mokarem.

“Max’s skill and drive are exactly what we look for”, said Nick Mitchell, Team Director of DPK Racing | Americas. “We’re excited to see him represent our team this season.”

Max Mokarem will make his official debut with DPK Racing | Americas at the 2024 season opener of the National Stars Championship Series at Charlotte Motor Speedway, scheduled for April 26-28, follow him on Instagram as @maxspeed_racing.

This strategic expansion between DPK Racing, Team BENIK, DRIVEN | Performance Management, and MSI BioPerformance aims to replicate European successes in the Americas, fostering a new generation of championship-winning drivers.