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RACE ENTRY IS NOW OPEN
Will close on Oct 29th at 11:59pm PST

supernationals 22 November 14-18, 2018
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
3700 W. Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(866) 746-7671

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  • 10/17 6:00 PM - Pro Shifter is now sold out. Please make sure you get on the waitlist.
  • Waitlist Procedure – as classes are now starting to sell out, drivers still wishing to participate should still enter the event via MSR to be put on the waitlist. You will not be charged if you are put on the waitlist. Once we have an opening, we will contact you via phone or email and then you will log back into MSR to complete payment.
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 Important News

IKF and IAME USA Confirm Details Of An Unprecedented $25,000 Triple Crown Cash Prize Pool in Conjunction With Upcoming Grandnationals
Wednesday, 29 August 2018 08:01


With the 2018 IKF Sprint GrandNationals just days away, details have emerged regarding an unprecedented cash purse for IAME KA100 powered classes. The KPX Karting Championship, in partnership with the newly reformed IKF, have confirmed that winners of the KA100 classes at this year’s GrandNationals will be eligible to participate in the ‘Triple Crown Challenge.’

Any Junior and Senior driver who can win the IKF GrandNationals, the Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix, and the SKUSA SuperNationals is eligible for a $10,000 cash prize to commemorate the achievement. KA100 Master drivers need only win the IKF GrandNationals and the Streets of Lancaster to win a $5,000 prize.
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California Prokart Challenge Heading Back to Monterey
Monday, 27 August 2018 10:37

Monterey Bay Karters facility welcomes back the California ProKart Challenge for Round Five this weekend (Photo: DromoPhotos.com)

The month of September is championship month for the California ProKart Challenge. The flagship regional program for Superkarts! USA is set to host its penultimate round at the Monterey Bay Karters facility in on August 31 - September 1. The Marina Airport Kart Track in Marina, California will host Round Five over the Labor Day weekend with the 12 IAME and Stock Honda divisions of the program continuing their championship chases.

Billy Musgrave takes his perfect score in the Mad Old Nut S1 Pro Stock Honda class to Monterey. Musgrave has earned maximum points in all four rounds, thus not losing a session all season long. Matias Podboj has three runner-up finishes on the year, looking to earn that first victory of 2018. Joseph Daniele leads the Phil Giebler Racing X30 Senior title chase now over Jake Drew. The two swapped spots after the Santa Maria weekend, where Daniele earned his second podium finish of the season. Dante Yu has moved up to third with two straight wins.
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Don’t Miss Tonight’s Pre-Entry Cutoff for ProKart Challenge California Round 5 at Monterey Bay!
Monday, 27 August 2018 10:13
The weather forecast for this weekend promises beautiful, cool weather in Marina, CA. And our 2-day ProKart Challenge event on Friday 8/31 and Saturday 9/1 means you’ll still have the rest of Labor Day weekend to enjoy with family and friends!

Don’t miss the discounted pre-entry rate of $325 for race entry and stamped race tires. Online Registration closes tonight (Monday, Aug 27) at midnight!

Go to the PKC Section of our website for all important event info and the links to the race entry, SKUSA membership, pit spot reservations, and more.

Hope to see YOU in Monterey!
 
EKN Trackside: 2018 Superkarts! USA Pro Tour SummerNationals – Sunday Report
Sunday, 12 August 2018 00:00

AJ Myers secured the S1 title with victory on Sunday (Photo: EKN)

The final day of the Superkarts! USA Pro Tour for the 2018 season went into the books on Sunday. The sixth and final round of the championship chase took place at the New Castle Motorsports Park to close out the ninth edition of the SummerNationals. Weather remained warm and humid, with no issues of rain sliding into the area to disrupt what was the closing laps of the 2018 SKUSA Pro Tour and deciding all nine champions for the 2018 season.

Coming into the weekend, the S1 Pro Stock Honda division was up for grabs. TB Kart USA driver AJ Myers entered the weekend third in the standings, riding on his victory at the WinterNationals. Myers, a double winner at the 2016 event, was runner-up on Saturday to help to close the gap on championship leader Billy Musgrave (MRC / Aluminos). Myers made sure to put things in his hands by dominating the day to score maximum points and earn his first SKUSA Pro Tour championship. Myers went untouched on the day, leading all laps in the Prefinal and Final along with fast laps of the race in both. 2017 champ Jake French (DKC / Sodikart) bounced back from a DNF in the Prefinal to advance seven spots to second, with Kyle Wick (RPG / CRG) completing the podium. Saturday winner Hunter Pickett (Sodikart) drove to fourth with Nic LeDuc (Sodikart) in fifth. Read full story on eKartingNews.com
 
EKN Trackside: 2018 Superkarts! USA Pro Tour SummerNationals – Saturday Report
Saturday, 11 August 2018 00:00

Brandon Jarsocrak scored his second straight victory at the SummerNationals (Photo: EKN)

The final event for the 2018 Superkarts! USA Pro Tour completed the opening day of racing at the New Castle Motorsports Park. The ninth edition of the SummerNationals ran without any weather issues, however, the day was along with LCQs and delays due to red flag during practice. The seven main events wrapped up just before 7pm with the sun setting over the pond straight, followed by the podiums. It was an exciting day as the fifth round of the championship chases were completed on Saturday.

The 78-driver field in the X30 Senior were split up in qualifying, while running two separate Prefinal for all the drivers. Former SuperNationals winner Marco Maestranzi (Top Kart) was able to end the fast group as the top qualifier with last year’s SummerNats winner Brandon Jarsocrak (KSNA / Kart Republic) in second. Ironically, the two made contact in a weird circumstances at the end of the session in turn 13. Both suffered mechanical issues, but were back on the grid for their Prefinals. Jarsocrak managed to score the win in the opening Prefinal, holding off championship contender Ryan Norberg (PSL / Birel ART). In the second Prefinal, former SuperNationals winner Jonny Edgar (Tony Kart) grabbed the win over SpringNats victor Dante Yu (CompKart). Maestranzi dropped down the order, placing 16th and forced into the LCQ. Leading the second chance race, Maestranzi suffered an engine failure, and did not transfer. The main event began with Edgar and Jarsocrak on the front row. Norberg and Luke Selliken (RPG / Kosmic) joined them at the front. Selliken moved himself into the lead and looked to have a handle on the race. Jarsocrak and Norberg slipped past him to settle the score. Jarsocrak was able to fend off Norberg in the final corners, scoring his second straight SummerNationals victory. Edgar was able to slip by Norberg for second at the line by four thousandths of a second. Selliken ended up fourth with Alex Bertagnoli (FMS / Kart Republic) in fifth. Read more on eKartingNews.com
 


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