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Race entry will open in late July.

Round 5 - Monterey Bay Aug 31-Sept 1, 2018
Marina Airport Kart Track
(Home of the Monterey Bay Karters)
781 Neeson Rd
Marina, CA 93933
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California ProKart Challenge

Round 5 Pre-Entry Cutoff
Tuesday, 22 July 2008 09:02
Round #5 of the 6-race ProKart Challenge So Cal kart racing series will be held in San Diego at the Qualcomm Stadium-West side parking lot this coming Saturday, July 26th. An open practice day will be held on Friday, July 25th from 9am to 5pm.  The track configuration for this event is the West course reverse, the same layout used in February's SKUSA Winternationals as well as that used last weekend at the SDKA club event.

Event Entry: Pre-entry cutoff for this event is midnight this coming Wednesday, July 23rd. Enter before the cutoff and save $26 on your entry fees -- PLUS save yourself from standing in long registration lines at the track! Enter the event and purchase the other race products that you will need through the ONLINE store or call 951-491-0808. You can also download, fill out and fax your entry/order to 951-491-0809 -- especially if you prefer to PAY at the track.  Click here for that form. If you do not receive an email confirmation of your entry within 24 hours, please call the office: 951-491-0808.

 
ProKart Challenge South Heads to San Diego for Round 5 of 6
Sunday, 20 July 2008 20:25
Championship points are becoming more crucial as the Superkarts! USA ProKart Challenge South program heads further south to Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California for Round #5 on the July 25th-26th weekend. At the home of the San Diego Chargers, the temporary circuit on the 1.1-mile West Course track configuration in the stadium’s parking lot will run in the same reverse direction that was used when SKUSA visited the facility for the WinterNationals in February.

Heading into the penultimate round, two classes see the championship leaders separated by just a few points. The S3 Heavy category has had three drivers running neck-and-neck all year long, with Phil Conte currently holding the top spot. Just 10 points separate him from Marty Henderson, while Grant Westmorland is only 75 points behind Conte. G2 has a great battle brewing between Steve Donia and Eric Ortega. With three wins, Donia has the advantage over Ortega; however, his advantage is just 15 points heading to San Diego.
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SKUSA SuperNationals XII Returns to Rio Casino Hotel in Las Vegas
Friday, 04 July 2008 13:09
They said it couldn’t be done. They were wrong. The SKUSA SuperNationals XII will return to the Rio Casino Hotel in Las Vegas on November 20-23, 2008.

If one were to point to a single race in North American karting as the race of the year, it would be difficult for anyone to overlook the SKUSA SuperNationals in deserving such distinction. For 11 consecutive years, the marquee race of the Superkarts! USA organization has been the pinnacle event of the karting season, drawing a worldwide contingent of the best racers on the planet.
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PKC Wants to Pay You to Bring Friends!
Wednesday, 02 July 2008 20:21
Bring a new racer on board for Qualcomm, and you'll get a free PKC Friday practice. Bring 2 racers, and you get free Friday practice for your next 2 PKC events. You have to call PKC and tell Patti or Lola who the new racer is BEFORE they enter. Call for more details: 951-491-0808.
 
Cushenberry Takes First Win of 2008 in ProKart Challenge South
Wednesday, 02 July 2008 19:58
The Superkarts! USA ProKart Challenge South put the fourth round of its season in the books this past weekend (June 28) at the CalSpeed Karting facility in Fontana, CA, running the 3/4-mile Nuovo circuit in the clockwise direction. Continuing to provide a full day of racing in a positive and enjoyable atmosphere, the PKC South program has shown the ability to bring in the best drivers from around the Western half of the United States. Among this list is a strong contingent from the state of Utah, led this weekend by an emerging young star named Patrick Cushenberry.

The S3 Light class is the most competitive category in the PKC South line-up, as it remains the building block for Stock Moto growth throughout the country. Championship leader Bobby Legate was fastest in qualifying, edging Cushenberry by just 0.050-seconds for the pole position. That would be the only session that the Utah driver would be denied his position at the head of the class. In Heat #1, Cushenberry led all 12 laps, holding off Legate by just two-tenths at the line. The second moto would see a Utah 1-2-3, as Mike Beeny finished just half a second back of Cushenberry at the line, with fellow MSquared Karting driver Tyler Bennett running third, right in front of Legate. In the 20-lap Final, it was Bennett’s turn to ride Cushenberry’s bumper, as Patrick would be pushed to lead green-to-checkered for his first PKC victory of 2008, winning by half a second at the line. Former S3 champion Nick Halen advanced to third with Bonnier Moulton, an LA transplant by way of Utah, coming home in fourth ahead of Legate.
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