Race history

Ten Brinke World Champion in Finland


The result couldn’t be better. Thomas ten Brinke, the 14-year-old talent, is now a World Champion, a title won during the World Championship OKJ in Alahärmä, Finland.

Thomas jumps from podium to podium


Second place at the WSK Euro Series, third place in the WSK Champions Cup and fourth place at the WSK Super Master Series: Thomas jumps from podium to podium as he races in the 2019 championships.

Thomas takes the DKM title home


Having learnt a lot with the Birel ART factory team, half way through the season Thomas brings his strengths to team Ricky Flynn Motorsport. He gains immediate fame by becoming champion of Germany’s prestigious Deutsche Junior Kart Meisterschaft. Thomas is also crowned vice champion in the WSK Open Cup.

Thomas has his international breakthrough


In 2017, Thomas earns multiple podium finishes in the Dutch MiniMax championship. He also races internationally for the first time at the Rotax Euro Series for juniors. Halfway through the year, Thomas races at European level for the first time with Forza Racing in the OK Juniors.

Firmly in minimax top 10


In his second year of racing, Thomas competes in the MiniMax class. He ends this season with many top 10 finishes in the Dutch and Belgian championship.

Podium finish for his first season


Thomas is 10 years old when he starts karting in 2015. He races his Honda Cadet and MicroMax in various championships in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. And he ends his first season with a podium finish, placing third in the Dutch Cadet Championship.