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Kim-Luis Schramm (born 21 July 1997) is a German racing driver.
Schramm first began karting in 2003, at the age of six, taking major titles in championships organised by ADAC and KF3.
In 2013, Schramm graduated to single-seaters, partaking in the final two seasons of ADAC Formel Masters with ADAC Berlin-Brandenburg e.V.. He finished fourteenth in his debut season and ninth the following year.
Schramm remained for the series' transition to ADAC Formula 4, switching to Austrian team Neuhauser Racing. He finished thirteenth in the inaugural season.
For his second season, Schramm switched to the newly reformed US Racing and claimed his maiden pole and victory and finished fifth in the championship.
|2013||ADAC Formel Masters||ADAC Berlin-Brandenburg e.V.||22||0||0||0||0||24||14th|
|2014||ADAC Formel Masters||24||0||0||0||2||127||9th|
|2015||ADAC Formula 4||Neuhauser Racing||24||0||0||0||1||70||13th|
|2016||ADAC Formula 4||US Racing||24||1||1||4||5||176||5th|
|2016-17||MRF Challenge Formula 2000||MRF Challenge||12||0||0||0||0||73||8th|
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