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Will close Sunday 4/28 at 11:59 PM PST

springnationals - Rounds 3&4 May 3-5, 2019
Utah Motorsports Campus 
512 Sheep Ln
Erda, UT 84074
(435) 277-8000
utahmotorsportscampus.com
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  • April 22 - Catering - If you are planning on using the track's catering, please make sure to order 72 hours in advance by calling Holly Crowley at (801) 599-3110.  Please see Catering Page for more info,
  • April 22 - Team Tire Orders - due by (this) Thursday, 4/25 at 5pm.
  • April 17 - Test and Tune Event - Details and signup for the UMC hosted Test and Tune event for April 26-28.
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 Important News

Race Report: SKUSA Great Lakes ProKart Challenge – Rounds One and Two
Thursday, 18 April 2019 09:35

(Photo: Karlie Jones Photography)

Superkarts! USA competition returned to its roots with the re-launch of the Great Lakes ProKart Challenge regional program, hosting Rounds One and Two at the New Castle Motorsports Park this past weekend. The four-race series will travel to three tracks this season, including the Concept Haulers Motor Speedway, CTECH Manufacturing Motorplex at Road America and closing out the year with a return to the New Castle Motorsports Park in early August.

Carrying the professional image and execution the SKUSA programs have become known for, the Great Lakes PKC series presented by HMG – TB Kart Indy will offer drivers of all experience and skill level a place to experience the next step of competition in an inclusive, fun environment. The new program, led by Joe Janowski, will be home to some of the best shifter and TaG racing the Midwest has to offer, and has already made its mark following the first event of the season.
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Testing Information Prior to 2019 SKUSA SpringNationals
Wednesday, 17 April 2019 13:52
The Utah Motorsports Campus will be holding open testing throughout the weekend prior to the SKUSA SpringNationals. It will be open to all entrants Friday, Saturday & Sunday, April 26, 27, & 28. The configuration will be the same as for the SpringNationals: StarTrek clockwise.

Sign up for each of the 3 days on the UMC MotorsportReg.com account: UMC Test & Tune. (Look for the events titled UMC Karting T&T for the 26th, 27th, 28th) This link also gives the tentative weekend schedule, and a few other important details. Please note that each practice day has its own event registration.

Pre-Entry is $100 online for each of the three practice days and on-site Registration $120 per day. Early registration is appreciated. Entry includes the driver’s and one additional hot grid wristband.

Entry to the paddock will be available on Friday, April 26th beginning at 6:30am. Teams or Drivers who have paid for a reserved pit space in the first 2 rows for the SKUSA SpringNationals will be able to park in their same spaces and leave their tent and/or trailer in place for the duration of the SKUSA SpringNationals event. Those reserved in the 3rd row will be escorted to a temporary pit spot for testing, and then will be able to pit in place starting Tuesday, 4/30.
 
Attention All SKUSA Competitors
Written by John Motley - National Tech Director   
Tuesday, 16 April 2019 16:13
Responding to requests from many competitors and builders we are making the following change to our oil regulations.

MANDATORY OIL/RATIO for all IAME Engine Classes: 1 GAL VP C12 TO 8 OZ. MOTUL 2T OIL or as an option up to a 50% mixture of Motul 2T and Castor Oil
 
Attention X30, KA100 and Swift Competitors
Written by John Motley - National Tech Director   
Thursday, 11 April 2019 10:30
We have had requests to add a 9-tooth sprocket to the available approved gears for these engines. The part number is X30125553-C and is currently in stock at both IAME East and IAME West and available through your dealer.
 
Round One of California ProKart Challenge Contested at Buttonwillow
Thursday, 04 April 2019 20:28

X30 Senior winner Ryan Norberg (Photo: DromoPhotos.com)

The 2019 California ProKart Challenge began its season with the opening round held at the Buttonwillow Raceway Park in Buttonwillow, California under welcome sunny skies. The March 30-31 event was the first of the 15-year celebration for the Superkarts! USA regional program, and marked a new change in format that also seemed to be a big hit with both new and seasoned California PKC racers. The action was held on Saturday-Sunday and featured the new Qualifying-Prefinal-Final structure. Portions of the $120,000, the largest prize package in series history, were handed out on the weekend as 120 competitors contested the first of six rounds toward the championships in the 16 categories.
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