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RM PKC Pre-Entry Deadline has passed!
Tuesday, 17 June 2014 12:12
Although the RM PKC online store is closed to pre-entries for Rounds 3 & 4 at SBR Motorsports Park, you can still register at the track 3pm-8pm this Thursday, June 19, or on Friday starting at 6:30am.  Hope to see you there!
SKUSA Competitor Bulletin: IAME X30 Weight Adjusted for TaG Senior and TaG Master
Monday, 16 June 2014 16:11
Superkarts! USA would like to announce the reduction of the minimum weight for those competitors utilizing the IAME X30 engine in TaG Senior and TaG Master. After considerable evaluation, testing, and input from our competitors, it has been decided to adjust the weights to the following:
  • TaG Senior: 370 lbs
  • TaG Master: 400 lbs
As per SKUSA rules, these weights will take effect 30 days from this posting – with July 17, 2014 as the day the new weight structure begins. Superkarts! USA intends to continue monitoring the relative competitiveness and will make additional adjustments as necessary.


After last Friday’s announcement of the host hotels for the upcoming Superkarts! USA Pro Tour SummerNationals at the Modesto Grand Prix on August 1-3, the reserved block of rooms at the DoubleTree have already been sold out. Superkarts! USA is urging competitors to call and make their reservations at one of the other two locations as soon as possible: SpringHill Suites by Marriott Modesto and Days Inn by Wyndham Modesto. More information on these locations can be found at the SKUSA Hotel Information Page
Rocky Mountain ProKart Challenge Heads to SBR Motorsports Park
Friday, 13 June 2014 19:54

SBR Motorsports Park has undergone a number of venue upgrades for the upcoming Rocky Mountain ProKart Challenge on June 20-22 (Photo: SBR Motorsports Park)

The Superkarts! USA Rocky Mountain ProKart Challenge is ramping up for its second stop of the 2014 season. Rounds Three and Four will be contested at the SBR Motorsports Park on June 20-22. The RMPKC is coming off an exciting opening weekend of racing at the Grand Junction Motor Speedway back in May. Championship battles are on in all classes, as the six round championship series will host Rounds Three and Four in Calhan, Colorado. The turnout should be impressive – with a number of Denver area races expected to compete.
“I am very excited about the race weekend with the amount of calls from racers wanting information on the SBR event,” stated Rocky Mountain ProKart Challenge regional director Stan Bryniarski. “We confirmed today that a number of projects around the facility, including new curbing, have been completed in time for our racers to enjoy a new look at SBR Motorsports Park. We are thrilled to have this facility as part of the Rocky Mountain PKC program. This edition of the RMPKC promises to offer a totally new dimension to the series.”
Pro Tour Competitors: Don’t miss tonight’s 9pm deadline for the Modesto Summernats PPEP Sign-up!
Monday, 09 June 2014 09:41
Today is the last day for racers who competed at the 2014 SKUSA SpringNationals in Dallas to reserve their spot to race in Modesto for the Summernats – ahead of the general population of competitors that want to be included in this SURE-TO-BE-SOLD-OUT event! Specifically, this opportunity disappears at 9m PST tonight – Monday, June 9th. Details are posted here, including the link for ‘qualified’ drivers to reserve their spot: Then they will have until midnight on Monday, June 23rd to use their special online link to complete registration with payment.

Online registration opens to the general public for the SummerNationals in Modesto Thursday night, June 26 at the stroke of midnight PST (leading into Friday morning)! A preliminary track map, pricing, and an overview of the event schedule has been posted on the Event Pages.

Host Hotels will open later this week. Watch for it!

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SKUSA Rocky Mountain ProKart Challenge Kicks Off in Grand Junction
Thursday, 29 May 2014 08:20

Round Two winner Tase Flores (left) and Round One winner Lindsay Brewer (right) flank Ryan Rudolph as all three are part of the emerging young crop of drivers in the S2 Semi-Pro category (Photo: Chrissy Anzlovar)

The 2014 Superkarts! USA Rocky Mountain ProKart Challenge opened up this past weekend (May 24-25) at the Grand Junction Motor Speedway in western Colorado. The series raced under threatening skies on Sunday after picturesque weather on day one of racing Saturday. Race director Terry Bybee declared Round Two a wet race, instructing teams that it was their choice what tire – rain or slicks – that they would race on. Thankfully, the rain held off to allow all the main events to be contested on a dry track. Racing over the Memorial Day weekend, everyone at the facility was grateful for all of those in the armed services – past, present, and future – remembering all of the brave men and women who sacrifice their lives defending the United States, and allowing them the freedom to spend the weekend at the race track. The racing was plenty exciting despite the field sizes being less than desired for the first weekend of the season.

S2 Semi-Pro Stock Moto racing was easily the highlight of the weekend, as a strong contingent of Denver area racers made the trek over the Rocky Mountains to take part in the opening weekend of the 2014 season. Round One began with Ryan Rudolph grabbing the pole position in qualifying ahead of Myles Marolt and Lindsay Brewer. The first of the day’s two heat races saw Rudolph elect to start at the back of the field. Tase Flores got a great start from third place and battled with Marolt for the lead. Marolt held Flores off and then had to contend with Brewer. Lindsay advanced up to second prior to the halfway point and secured the lead at the end of the backstretch in the turn five hairpin. Brewer pulled away to a two-second win over Marolt. Heat #2 began with Brewer starting in the third position rather than the first, following a two-position penalty handed out in tech. Rudolph battled with Marolt and Brewer for second place while Flores led the field. Flores lost control of his kart coming through the downhill esses on lap four and spun in front of the field. Rudolph took over the lead and drove to the race win. Drama unfolded in the main event right away with Rudolph having trouble on the grid, and was unable to make the start. Marolt held the lead early in the race, but ultimately fell to Brewer. Lindsay drove away to a two-second win, scoring her first SKUSA regional win. Marolt and Flores completed the podium, with Lauren Stark impressive in her S2 debut race weekend after advancing up from S3 to finish fourth ahead of JP Alonso.

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