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California ProKart Challenge

Don't miss the Tuesday night 3/1 cutoff for PKC's Round 2 Race at Willow Springs this weekend!
Monday, 29 February 2016 09:44
It's that time again! ProKart Challenge is holding the 2nd round of the 2016 championship season at Willow Springs kart track this weekend, March 4-5. The weather should be perfect again, and the turnout should be another record-breaker! Get all of the info you need about this event on our website and then get registered to race before midnight Tuesday night March 1st at our online store.

Hope to see you there!
 
California ProKart Challenge Readies for Another Record Breaking Weekend
Thursday, 25 February 2016 09:52

Full fields are expected once again for the second stop of the California ProKart Challenge, set for March 4-5 at Willow Springs (Photo: DromoPhotos.com)

It was a record breaking kick-off to the 2016 season for the California ProKart Challenge at the beginning of February. Nearly 200 drivers took part in the two-day event at the Buttonwillow Raceway Park in Buttonwillow, California, opening up an exciting championship battle for the flagship Superkarts! USA regional program. Another great turnout is expected for stop two of the season, set for March 4-5 at the Willow Springs International Raceway in Rosamond, California. The 6/10-mile course – set to run in the counter-clockwise direction – has been a regular stop for the 12-year series, and provides another great opportunity for the IAME and Honda drivers to continue their journey in the six-round points chase.
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200 Drivers Kick Off California ProKart Challenge
Tuesday, 09 February 2016 09:04

Billy Musgrave returned to the top step of the S1 Pro podium (Photo: DromoPhotos.com)

A record-breaking event to open up the 12th season of the California ProKart Challenge took place on February 5-6 at the Buttonwillow Raceway Park. Two hundred drivers gathered at the Buttonwillow, California facility to open up the six-round championship chase for the Superkarts! USA regional event, matching up the best drivers along the western half of North America against one another in 11 categories. A number of new faces took part in the event, featuring a handful of new race winners and former series champions returning to the top of the podium.
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Don’t miss tomorrow night’s (Tuesday’s) pre-entry cutoff to register for our PKC Round 1 Race at Buttonwillow this weekend! It will likely be our largest PKC race ever!
Monday, 01 February 2016 17:00
Tuesday night 2/2 at midnight PST is the deadline to pre-register for our kickoff race of the year – PKC Round 1 at Buttonwillow! Entries are over 130 already, and the pits are getting SUPER full! This is likely going to be our biggest PKC race EVER! You can get all of the event details on our EVENT pages, and purchase everything you need thru our online STORE.

Hope to see you there!
 
California ProKart Challenge Readies for Exciting 2016 Season
Friday, 22 January 2016 09:56

Fields are expected to fill up throughout the season for the California ProKart Challenge with six different tracks for the six-round series (Photo: dromophotos.com)

The California ProKart Challenge season wrapped up at the end of September following another successful year and finale event at the growing Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix. Just three months later, Superkarts! USA is busy preparing for the 2016 season, expected to be among the best championship programs in the country. The 11 categories this season are similar to that in 2015, with the six-race schedule expanded to include six distinct facilities all with their unique characteristics and challenging aspects that will test the competitors of the California ProKart Challenge.

The six Stock Moto categories will remain unchanged for 2016. The addition of the S4 Super Master division in 2015 is gaining momentum for the second season, with former series drivers looking to make a return to the California PKC program. Five TaG divisions remain as well, this year with a 100% move to the IAME X30 powerplant for the Senior, Master and Junior divisions – for the year as well as for future editions of the series, with Superkarts! USA’s commitment to the engine. The Cadet divisions enter the second season with the IAME Swift 60 engine, with Mini Swift (TaG Cadet) reserved for drivers 9-13 years of age and the Micro Swift (TaG Rookie) for racers 7-10 years old.
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