The Kyiv Auto Moto Club, abbreviated as KMAMK in Ukrainian, was founded on 1 August 1996. Serving as a significant part of Ukraine’s independent history and the capital city of Kyiv, KMAMK has garnered international recognition, proudly representing Ukraine among the World’s most renowned car clubs.
For over twenty-five years, the Club has orchestrated many diverse competitions and social gatherings, establishing national and World records, triumphing in various contests, and nurturing the talents of future champions. Dedicated to the advancement of Ukrainian professional and amateur motorsport, KMAMK has played an instrumental role in supporting its growth.
Beyond its contributions to the motorsport community, KMAMK actively engages in public life within Kyiv and Ukraine. The Club is steadfast in its commitment to preserving and revitalising its homeland’s historical and cultural heritage. Today, their efforts extend to aiding in the country’s liberation and offering support to those in need.
“A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…”
We have been supporting KMAMK pro bono since 2003.
When we met for the first time, we were impressed by the Club’s members’ perseverance, enthusiasm, and drive to succeed.
Most importantly, they have a dream that has led them from strength to strength.
More than 40 World and National Records
The KMAMK team has set more than 40 world and national records.
They have summited Ai-Petri in Crimea in a Formula race car, outraced a jet aeroplane, driven all over Ukraine and Europe on a motorbike, set three world speed records in Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, and finished the legendary Dakar Rally.
They have received an award from the Automobile Club de Monaco for their outstanding contribution to world motorsport.
KMAMK is a non-profit organisation, so fundraising is the only way to finance their record-breaking attempts.
We have helped them to develop countless fundraising presentations to corporate donors.
The first KMAMK website made by us came out in 2010. Later we created three more versions.
Just days before Russia started the full-scale war against Ukraine on 24 February 2022, the KMAMK Team had returned from a long and successful journey from Saudi Arabia (the finish podium and excellent results in Dakar 2022) and Monte-Carlo (finish in the Rallye Monte-Carlo Classic). Those days KMAMK’s website was bright and shone with photos of happy people. On 24 February everything changed.
This is version 4.1, and now the Club raises awareness of their Charity Fund.
We are proud to continue our partnership with KMAMK and to support their work in the years to come. We are confident that the Club will continue to achieve great things, both in Ukraine and on the world stage.