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SKUSA Pro Tour

2019 Prize Packages
With nearly $160,000 worth of prizes to award over the 6-race, 3-weekend format, the 2019 SKUSA Pro Tour will crown 13 champions in as many classes.  

Per Day Podium Prizes

The top 3 finishers of each round in ALL classes will receive a set of Evinco Red or Evinco Blue tires and a high-quality trophy.

  • 1st - (1) Set of Evinco Tires
  • 2nd - (1) Set of Evinco Tires
  • 3rd - (1) Set of Evinco Tires
That's nearly $8,500 per day in tires, or almost $51,000 in tires for the 6 rounds.

Per Weekend Prize Money (X30 JR/SR)

In addition, prize money will be paid to the X30 Junior and X30 Senior classes at the Winter, Spring and SummerNationals, awarding $2500 per class to the top five drivers in the overall point standings, cumulatively, for the weekend. The total prize money paid per weekend will be $5000 combined for these 2 classes.

1st $1000
2nd $600
3rd $400
4th $300
5th $200

Per Weekend Prize Money (all other classes except X30 JR/SR SSE Classes)

SKUSA is again offering a $1000 weekend purse to the top 3 winners in the rest of the classes (other than X30 JR/SR and SSE Classes) for any category that reaches the 30-entry mark at the Winter, Spring and SummerNationals. So as long as there are a minimum of 30 racers that take the track on both Saturday and Sunday of the event, the top three drivers in the overall point standings, cumulatively, for the weekend will win:

1st $500
2nd $300
3rd $200

Per Weekend Prizes (SSE 175cc Classes)

The top points scorers for Pro Shifter, Pro Shifter2 and G1 Gladiator are eligible for weekend prizes as follows.
  • 1st place for the weekend at the WinterNats will win a Paid Entry with tires and fuel to the SpringNats in Utah.
  • 1st place for the weekend at the SpringNats will win a Paid Entry with tires and fuel to the SumerNats in New Castle.
  • 1st-3rd place for the weekend at the SummerNats will be eligible for cash prizes as described above.  $500, $300, $200 for any class that reaches 30 entries.

Series Championship prizes

The top 3 champions in all classes will receive prizes as follows.

  • 1st Place Champ - SKUSA Circle of Champions Program
    • IAME World Finals Ticket  – for Mini, X30 Jr, X30 Sr and X30 Ms
  • 2nd Place Champ - SuperNats 23 Entry with Race Tires
  • 3rd Place Champ - $500 MotorsportReg Account Credit to use towards any 2019/2020 SKUSA Event fees.
That's over $73,000 worth in prizes being awarded to the top 3 finishers in 13 classes.

SKUSA Circle of Champions Program

One of the most popular of prizes in the SKUSA Pro Tour is the ‘Circle of Champions’ program, and SKUSA will again be providing the 2019 Pro Tour points champion in each class with special sponsorship for the 2020 racing season. The 2019 Pro Tour champions will be provided with complimentary entries, race tires, fuel and oil for the 2020 Pro Tour – plus a free entry and race tires for SuperNationals 23 (2019)! This package is now worth approximately $4,000 to each champion. These sponsored SKUSA ‘Circle of Champions’ drivers will be required to wear the national #1 plate.

IAME World Finals Tickets

SKUSA will provide the title winners in the Mini Swift, X30 Junior, X30 Senior and X30 Master classes with a support package to represent Superkarts! USA at this year’s IAME International Final in Le Mans, France in October. The champion’s prize package planned will likely include: full entry into the event, tented pit spot, an arrive-and-drive kart and engine set-up with a dedicated mechanic, and a custom Team Superkarts! USA suit. The winners will be responsible for travel, housing and meals only. More details to come!

We want to make sure we fill all four seats this year so if the first place champion in any of the four classes above cannot attend the IAME World Finals, the ticket will then be offered to the 2nd place champion, then the 3rd place champion. If that process cannot fill all four seats, SKUSA will use its discretion in awarding any remaining seats. As this event is always sold out, we are only reserved one entry in each of the four classes.

Guaranteed SuperNationals Main Event Starting Position

SKUSA will again be including a very lucrative benefit to the top drivers in Pro Tour points heading into the 2019 SuperNationals. In any of the classes that will be opened to 88 entries for this year’s SuperNats (such as Mini Swift, X30 Junior, X30 Senior and X30 Master) the top three drivers in the final ProTour Points Standings will be rewarded with guaranteed starting positions in the main event on SuperSunday. Should they not make the main following the heat races or the Last Chance Qualifier, they will start at the tail of the grid from 41st to 43th in the order of where they sit in the Pro Tour points.

Priority SuperNationals Pre-Entry Program

Again in 2019 is a way for Pro Tour participants to secure an entry for the SuperNationals ahead of their competitors – and before their class fills up! This new bonus is definitely an extra incentive for all drivers to participate in this year’s Pro Tour. Anyone running the Pro Tour this year will have an opportunity to register before the general public. These drivers will be part of SKUSA’s ‘Priority Pre-Entry Program’ – PPEP – which has been designed to provide SKUSA racers with a guaranteed opportunity to attend the event as a participant. 

Additional Prizes

As if the purses and prizes above were not enough, SKUSA is still actively working to assemble additional product and cash prizes from series supporters and sponsors to distribute to racers at the podium presentations of each event. Any companies wishing to become a Superkarts! USA partner, please contact the head office at 951-491-0808 or via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


The Fine Print: prizes are non-transferable and not redeemable for cash. The prize(s) may not be used in conjunction or combination with other prizes or discounts. Winners are responsible for all secondary expenses pertaining to prize(s) won. 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 January 2019 10:34