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Northwest PKC Forced to Update 2012 Schedule
Thursday, 05 April 2012 09:56
We have all heard the phrase life is full of surprises and this year’s Northwest Karting Challenge has a surprise for you as well – All Oregon State! Oregon Pinot Noir’s are some of the best in the world and this year we can say the same for our kart racing. Recently, PGP Motorsports Park in Washington announced that they will be taking 2012 off from competitive 2-stroke racing while a new Master Plan for the neighboring Pacific Raceway’s is developed. So in order to make sure the regions Shifter Kart and Rotax pilots are taken care of, the 2012 season is now going to be split between 2 Oregon State tracks; PARC and Medford.
SKUSA Ready to ROK Loaner Program
Friday, 30 March 2012 17:41
The Rocky Mountain and Midwest ProKart Challenge will provide a great opportunity for young racers to sample the initial rung of SKUSA TaG racing.

The series will be providing approximately six Vortex Mini Rok 60 engines free of charge to Cadet racers who don't already own one of these popular engines, but who would like to race in the TaG Cadet class. Each racer will only be required to purchase a “SKUSA Ready to ROK” Mini ROK accessory package, which will include all necessary components required to make the racer’s chassis track ready and technically compliant. Once the competitor arrives at the race venue, they simply pick up their motor, bolt in on, plug it in and hit the track!

Full details will be available shortly (keep watching this website), interested parties are encouraged to pre-register to reserve their engine.

Series Loyalty Members (those pre-registering for the entire series) will receive priority opportunity by guaranteeing their motor is waiting for them at every event.
Contact Stan at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for information on how to obtain the “SKUSA Ready to ROK” package and reserve your place in the motor loaner program. 
Texas ProKart Challenge - Tire Rule Change
Thursday, 29 March 2012 10:10
The racers voiced their opinions about the Texas ProKart Challenge tire requirements and the series listened. Due to racer feedback Texas ProKart Challenge has changed the tire rule and all classes will be required to have new tires on Saturday only, new tires on Sunday are optional.

SKUSA and local option classes must buy their tires from the series. Rotax classes may buy their tires from any dealer. Tire purchase is available through online registration on the Texas ProKart Challenge website and will be delivered to the track.

We hope all area racers will be pleased with this rule change and will race with the Texas ProKart Challenge Series in 2012!
Midwest PKC Schedule Update: Road America Event Weekend Rescheduled One Week Earlier
Wednesday, 07 March 2012 13:28
Due to numerous requests from shops and racers in the Midwest, the SKUSA Midwest ProKart Challenge has moved the Road America event up one week on the calendar. The July 7th - 8th race weekend is now scheduled for June 30th - July 1st , which now will avoid a conflict with the WKA Manufacturer’s Cup event. A special thanks to the staff at Road America for being so accommodating and allowing this adjustment in their schedule!
New Texas ProKart Challenge Announces Cost-Saving Initiatives
Wednesday, 07 March 2012 12:35
The promoters of the newly created Texas ProKart Challenge (TPKC) are very excited to announce the development of several cost-saving initiatives that have been designed to make the series more attractive to area racers. Competitors in the Texas-based regional series will have the opportunity to win a paid entry into the world-renowned SKUSA SuperNationals and the prestigious United States Rotax Grand Nationals, and they will also be offered the chance to qualify for TPKC entry fee discounts. In addition, the partnership between SKUSA and Vortex will provide the opportunity for Cadet class drivers to run in the TaG Cadet category through a loaner engine program. When combined with the wealth of talent on hand in the Lone Star state, the stage is set for an impressive inaugural three-event season.
One of the primary objectives of any karter racing in the Texas ProKart Challenge will be to win a championship title. Drivers who win the title in the SKUSA classes will receive a guaranteed starting position in the SuperSunday main event at the SuperNationals, regardless of their heat race or LCQ performances. The series promoters have added a further incentive to strive for with the announcement of paid entries to the SKUSA SuperNationals and the US Rotax Nationals. A portion of each Texas ProKart Challenge entry fee is being utilized to give the 2012 class champions in the SKUSA classes a paid entry to the SKUSA SuperNationals XVI at the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada this November. The Rotax class champions will also be part of the program, earning a paid entry to the US Rotax Grand Nationals at Michiana Raceway Park in South Bend, Indiana in late August.

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