SuperNats XXII

210DAYS

2019 Winter Series

TBA

2018 Pro Tour

14DAYS

PKC California

42DAYS

PKC Texas

48DAYS

Can-Am PKC

29DAYS

California ProKart Challenge

Rounds 3&4 - June 2-3, 2012 - Miller Motorsports

Race Entry

Notice: All new customers must create a 2012
account/login on the new PKC Rocky Mountain Store.

Race pre-entries may be submitted at a “Pre-Entry price” discount through the Rocky Mountain ProKart Challenge ONLINE store. Our web-challenged friends may use our DOWNLOAD form.  If you have any questions, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or call 219-841-1367 for assistance.  NOTE: If this is your first transaction through the online store, you have the option of clicking on the “Create New Account” link when prompted and complete the forms presented.  Then, for subsequent transactions, just enter the login ID and password you created to retrieve your stored entry profile. NOTE: Login ID and password cannot contain blank spaces.
 
Pre-Entry – Enter Before the Cut-Off and Save!
The definition of a “PRE-ENTRY” is an entry received, with payment, at the Rocky Mountain ProKart Challenge office by midnight on the Monday prior to the event, and will qualify for the pre-entry pricing.  Entries after this cut-off will have to be submitted at the event (starting Friday morning) at walk-up pricing.  See pricing below.  All race pre-entries will be confirmed via email within 1-2 business days of receipt at the RMPKC/SKUSA home office.  If you do not receive an email confirmation within 48 hours, please call 219-841-1367 to confirm that your entry has been received and is in process.
 
Due to the Memorial Day holiday weekend, pre-entry closes at Midnight on Tuesday, May 29th. Anyone wanting to register for the race or Friday's practice after that time will have to sign-up at the track on Friday starting at 7:00am or Saturday starting at 8:00am.
 
Entry Fees
(NOTE: See the Online store for new, simple pre-race registration, practice day, pit passes and tire purchases.) 

ALL SKUSA-sanctioned classes require the driver to be an active SKUSA member in good standing. (SKUSA membership is required for race days.) SKUSA membership is NOT required for Mini Max (or any other local option class included in the event). 
  • Practice:
    • $30/driver for Friday/Official RMPKC Practice Day (8am to 2pm)
    • $15/driver for Friday/MMP Club Practice Day (2pm to 9pm -- Paid to MMP separately). 
  • Entry Fees (Note: All entry fees shown below include both Saturday and Sunday race days and the driver’s pit pass):
    • $170 Pre-Entry Race Fees for 1st Class - $120 for 2nd Class 
    • $120 Pre-Entry Race Fee for Mini Max and Local Option (Should an LO class exist)
    • $200 Post-Entry / At Track Race Fees for 1st Class - $150 for 2nd Class
    • $150 Post-Entry / At Track Race Fees for Mini Max and Local Option (Should an LO class exist)
  • $20 Transponder Rental (If you don't have your own)
  • $212+tax per set MG-SK practice or stamped race tires (for all classes except TaG Cadet and Mini Max); $203+tax per set MG-HZ practice or race tires for TaG Cadet & Mini Max. NOTE: Tires may be re-used from event to event, but all competition (race)  tires MUST be purchased from RMPKC and have the special PKC stamp to pass tech. Tires can be picked up at the track or shipped ahead of time for $10 Shipping and Handling (within IN) or $15 (outside IN)
  • Spectator pit passes: $10 for one-day, $15 for two-day, $20 for three-day
  • $75 Annual SKUSA Membership (Current membership is required for all race days and for all classes except Mini Max/LO)
  • Fuel and oil for this event will be available for purchase at the track only. No pre-orders are necessary.
Driver Age
If the driver is less than 18 years old, you must fax a copy of his/her birth certificate to (219) 762-7746 or a scanned copy to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   with the first entry of the season.  Be sure to check the Classes section of this site or sections 15.3 and 20.1.2 of the 2012 SKUSA Rulebook for minimum age requirements of each class.