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PRE-ENTRY OPEN
Will close on Sunday April 29th at Midnight

PRE-ENTRY RAFFLE DETAILS

springnationals - Rounds 3&4 May 4-6, 2018
Phoenix Kart Racing Association 
22500 N 43rd Ave E
Glendale, AZ 85310
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 Important News

X30 Super Master Division Created for SKUSA ProKart Challenge and LAKC
Friday, 05 January 2018 11:44

In just one week, the 2018 season will begin for the Superkarts! USA organization as the inaugural SKUSA Winter Series kicks off at the AMR Homestead-Miami Motorplex in southern Florida. It is the earliest start to the season for the organization in almost 20 years, which continues to expand its national and regional schedule in an effort to reach all four corners of the United States. The California ProKart Challenge – SKUSA’s flagship regional program – is also slated to begin in less than 30 days, opening its six-race championship chase at Buttonwillow on February 2-3. New for the California PKC in 2018, and also for the SKUSA-affiliate Los Angeles Karting Championship, will be the X30 Super Master division.
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Revised Number Plate Dimensions
Written by John Motley - National Tech Director   
Saturday, 30 December 2017 15:23

Due to the difficulty of using the CIK specification numbers on Cadet bodywork we are modifying the requirement in Rulebook Section 20.2.2.1 to "at least 5" tall with a .750" stroke". The competition number shall be bordered by a yellow background of .375 minimum. No other modifications to the specification is allowed. 
 
Superkarts! Usa Confirms $75,000 Total Prize Package For Inaugural Skusa Winter Series Championship
Thursday, 14 December 2017 11:27


Superkarts! USA today confirmed an amazing prize package for the upcoming 2018 SKUSA Winter Series in Florida. The 4-race, 2 weekend format will crown 11 champions in as many race groups, and eight classes will receive an amazing series prize to kickstart their 2018 racing seasons.

The top three points finishers in the Pro-Shifter (S1 and S2), Masters Shifter (S4 and S4SM), and featured IAME classes will have their pick from an amazing slew of respective awards. The champion will have first pick from the prize pool. The second place points finisher will choose from the remaining three, and so forth.
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LATEST SKUSA RULEBOOK EDITS AS OF 12/02/17
Written by John Motley - National Tech Director   
Saturday, 02 December 2017 21:38
In preparation for our 2018 racing season, please review the latest round of SKUSA RULEBOOK updates and clarifications, including:

10.5.7. Appeals
20.2.2. Number Plates
20.2.6.5. Tire Pickup
20.3.2.6. Visible Light Check for CR125 Cylinders
30.2.3. No bump-drafting in Qualifying
 
Registration for Superkarts! USA Florida Winter Series Opens December 1
Thursday, 30 November 2017 12:20


The 2017 season for Superkarts! USA came to a close as the sun set behind the Nevada mountains on SuperSunday, with the final checkered flag waving at the SuperNationals 21 in Las Vegas on November 19. The organization welcomed over 500 drivers from around the world to close what has been a record-breaking season – with another grand event competing around a new course alongside the famous Las Vegas Strip highlighted by the 10 drivers to score the victories. There is very little time to reflect on the past 11 months, as the 2018 season is quickly approaching with a much earlier start for SKUSA compared to year’s past.

Both new and familiar grounds are on the horizon for Superkarts! USA. The launch of the new SKUSA Winter Series takes the organization back to Florida in a two-event, four-round championship to serve as the unofficial ‘spring training’ program for the 2018 season. All five IAME and four Stock Honda categories from the SKUSA Pro Tour will be included, along with two local option Briggs 206 classes (both Senior and Master) to round out the class structure. This is an adjustment from the previous announcement about the Winter Series classes, due to significant input from the racers.
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