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PRE-ENTRY OPEN NOW
Will close Tues, July 7 at 11:59 PM

Round 4/5 - Santa Maria July 10-12, 2020
Santa Maria Kart Track
End of South Blosser Road
Santa Maria, CA 93456
smka.org
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Located on the Santa Maria Airport Property (Directions)

Please follow current CDC Guidelines on Social Distancing and Face Coverings

Event Bulletin

  • All Attendees must be aware of the AIRPORT PROPERTY rules and SMKA policies posted on the Pit Spots and Venue Info page.
  • Those Attending Must Qualify As One Of The Following: Official PKC Or SMKA Staff Member // Driver (Racer) // Team Principal/Mechanic/Pit Crew // Engine Builder/Authorized Vendor For Parts (Repair Or Replacement) // Parent/Legal Guardian For Minor Drivers
 
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 Important News

EKN Trackside: 2019 Superkarts! USA Pro Tour SummerNationals Preview – Part 2
Friday, 09 August 2019 00:00

Ryan Norberg put himself into the championship chase with two victories in Utah, going for a fourth-straight X30 Senior title (Photo: EKN)

As the SKUSA Pro Tour wraps up on Sunday afternoon at the New Castle Motorsports Park, everyone in attendance may be there to witness history. Three-time defending champion Ryan Norberg (RPG / Kosmic) is searching for a fourth title, an unparalleled achieved in SKUSA’s long history. The Florida driver holds a 186-point advantage heading into the final two rounds of the championship chase, leading now three-time USPKS champion Brandon Jarsocrak. The Pennsylvania driver sparked his run for the title with a move to the MDR / Tony Kart package at the SpringNationals, placing runner-up and fourth to Norberg in Utah. While the 186 points may look to be untouchable, a maximum of 320 points in each round sit there for either to take. Norberg did so in Round Three and Jarsocrak can cut into that deficit with two of his own. Norberg’s last win at NCMP in SKUSA competition came in 2016 when he won both at the SummerNats. Finishing second to Norberg in that first championship season was Jarsocrak, who has stood on top of the podium in two of the last four main events. Read full story on eKartingNews.com
 
EKN Trackside: 2019 Superkarts! USA Pro Tour SummerNationals Preview – Part 1
Wednesday, 07 August 2019 00:00

Andrew Bujdoso leads the Pro Shifter championship heading into New Castle (Photo: EKN)

It never fails to see a number of drivers in contention for the headline shifterkart title on the SKUSA Pro Tour. Many of the previous nine championships were decided in the final laps or even the final corners. Andrew Bujdoso is searching to be the ninth name added to the list of SKUSA champions, heading into the SummerNationals leading the Pro Shifter standings. Bujdoso was set to make his SKUSA debut aboard the Solo Kart after opening up the season with two wins in four rounds with Croc Promotions USA, but we have learned that he and the emerging US operation parted ways earlier this week. Bujdoso will be running under his family’s Checkered Motorsports banner this weekend, and Andrew told us on Tuesday evening that he will still test his Solo Kart in pre-event running on Thursday. He also stated that there is an option for him to jump into an “Italian special” tabbed as a CM Kart, if needed. This is obviously a developing story that we’ll follow all weekend. Read full story on eKartingNews.com
 
Attention Summernats And Great Lakes PKC Competitors In SSE Classes
Friday, 02 August 2019 15:41
SSE carburetor jet cover – while recommended by SKUSA, will be continued to be optional for this event, as well as the previous weekends Great Lakes PKC event. 
 
Superkarts! USA SummerNationals Set to Cap Off 2019 Pro Tour
Thursday, 01 August 2019 12:04

The Superkarts! USA Pro Tour will wrap up next weekend with the SummerNationals at New Castle Motorsports Park (Photo: On Track Promotions - otp.ca)

The 2019 edition of the Superkarts! USA Pro Tour will come to a thrilling close on the August 9-11 weekend at New Castle Motorsports Park with the 10th running of the SummerNationals. A challenging new track layout has been finalized for the season finale in Indiana, and the excitement is palpable heading into race week, with over 225 pre-entries having already been confirmed. The X30 Senior and X30 Junior class caps have been extended past 44-drivers to deal with the massive interest in the race, and with new entries continually being logged in all classes, the event is expected to top 250 drivers by the time racing goes green on the official Friday practice morning.

Those who have not yet entered, but still wish to take advantage of the pre-registration discount, should head immediately to MotorsportsReg.com to secure a spot on the grid. Pre-registration will close this Sunday, August 4 at 11:59 pm – until then racers can enter here.

Each and every Pro Tour championship battle remains close heading into the SummerNationals, with the leader less than 100 points from his challengers – so the battle for the #1 plates will very likely come down to the fight on Championship Sunday. Each title winner will be included in the 2020 SKUSA Circle of Champions, which will provide them with a sponsorship package for next year’s Pro Tour.
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SKUSA Confirms IAME 175 SSE as the Feature Pro Class at SuperNationals 23 and Reveals Special Engine Rental Opportunities
Tuesday, 30 July 2019 14:05

Superkarts! USA today confirmed that the IAME 175 SSE will be the headlining class at SuperNationals 23 in Las Vegas. The announcement comes on the heels of growing support for the 175 SSE class and increasing adoption rates by teams and drivers in North America.

To kick off the debut of the class format as a marquee addition to the SuperNationals, the 175 SSE will offer the same purse structure as the KZ format. If that weren’t enticing enough, SKUSA is also pleased to confirm a special $10,000 USD bonus purse, should any driver be able to win both the KZ and 175SSE finals on Super Sunday.

“It’s a little crazy,” admitted SKUSA president Tom Kutscher. “But crazy is kind of what we’re known for. We know there are a handful of drivers who may take on the challenge, and we’d like to reward them accordingly if they pull it off.”
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