The year 2023 ended with a setback for Henri Möhring. He unfortunately broke his left arm at school and missed the Rotax Max Challenge Grand Finals in Bahrain as a result. He has now used the months off to recover and is well prepared for the new season – with his full focus on the Mini class.

“Of course, it was an unpleasant end to the 2023 season. I was looking forward to the World Finals, but it wasn’t meant to be. But it’s great that I’m now back in top shape and fully motivated to get going again. Special thanks go to my coach Sebastian Vogl from Basement Gym, with whom I have worked intensively since my injury to get back into karting quickly,” says the youngster from Schöneck, looking ahead to the upcoming tasks.

The first test days in Italy awaited him right at the start of the year. On the South Garda Circuit in Lonato and the race track in Franciacorta, he completed an extensive training program with a total of 8 test days. He also gained his first experience with his new team Kidix. “My racing program is split up this year. In international races, I’m relying on the Italian team Kidix, while in Germany I’m competing with TB Motorsport again. A total of 18 race weekends in Germany and Italy await me,” continues the ADAC Hessen-Thüringen promoted driver.

After the forced break, Henri is definitely highly motivated and already impressed during the test days in Italy. He set a first mark with fast times and wants to build on this at the weekend. The first event of the WSK Super Masters Series will then take place in Lonato. In Germany, Henri will be competing in the inaugural season of the German Mini Kart Championship and is planning a few more preparatory races.

“With the World Series Karting (WSK) this coming weekend, I’m up against strong competition. There are 60 minis in the U10 category at the start, so it’s going to be a hot fight. My aim is to get as far forward as possible and continue to gain important racing experience,” says the nine-year-old racer.