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SuperNationals



PRE-ENTRY NOW CLOSED
See REG hours in Event Schedule for Walk-Ups
in classes that still have capacity.

supernationals 23 November 20-24, 2019
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
3700 W. Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(866) 746-7671
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Event Bulletin

  • 11/6 11:00 AM - PRO TOUR AWARDS CEREMONY - 2019 Pro Tour Champs will be rewarded on Tuesday, Nov 19th at 8:30 PM in the RIO MIRANDA BALLROOM. Make sure to RSVP
  • 10/31 10:30 AM - EVENT FORMAT/SCHEDULE UPDATED - We've posted the details of the Q2 sessions, now for just Pro/Pro2 and X30 Senior, and added a $1500 purse.  We also made some slight updates to the Competition Schedule, mostly just adding the lap counts.
  • 10/31 10:15 AM - WARNING FOR CLASSES NEARING CAPACITY - Micro Swift and KA100 Junior are nearing capacity and could sell out at any time.
  • 10/25 1:30 PM - G1 WEIGHT CHANGE - In order to make the class more inclusive, the G1 weight has been raised back to 415 lbs.
  • 10/18 9:00 AM - RULES UPDATES & CLARIFICATIONS - X30 Ignition Timing, Fuel & Oil
  • 10/18 9:00 AM - IAME SSE Engine Rental - Limited 175cc SSE engines available for $1500 Lease with purchase option.
  • 9/17 3:30 PM - SOLD OUT CLASSES - Mini Swift and KA100 Senior have just sold out.  Cancellelations are fairly common so please make sure to submit an entry so that you can be placed on the waitlist. 
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Supernationals

EKN Exclusive: Superkarts! USA SuperNationals 20 – Preview Series – KZ
Sunday, 13 November 2016 15:23

The fan favorite every year at the SuperNationals is the KZ division. Non-moto racing was at the first SuperNationals in 1997 with the Formula C engine package. Canadian Michael Valiante won the first three years of the class before it was removed to allow for the expanding class structure of the Superkarts! USA program. The introduction of the ICC engine package brought a karting-specific engine back to the SuperNationals in 2002, with the SuperPro division moving to a mix-program of moto and ICC engines the following year. Eventually, ICC was the dominant engine package, and continued into the introduction of the KZ engines. The category remained as the SuperPro category until the SKUSA Pro Tour was established in 2010, rebranding the class with the KZ name.  Read full story on eKartingNews.com