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WED-SUN - 6:30 AM

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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  • 11/14 12:30 PM - UPDATE ON CLASS CAPACITY - Mini Swift and KA100 Senior remain sold out.  Micro Swift and KA100 Junior will most definitely sell out via walk-ups this coming Monday.  Walk-Up capacity is always filled via first-come-first-served.
  • 11/14 12:30 PM - MOVE-IN WEEKEND ROAD CLOSURES - For those arriving at the Rio this weekend, please keep in mind there are several running events resulting in road closures. The most disruptive being on Sunday from 2:30-11:00 PM!  Please refer to the Road Closure Map.
  • 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.
  • 10/25 1:30 PM - G1 WEIGHT CHANGE - In order to make the class more inclusive, the G1 weight has been raised 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.
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Supernationals

EKN Exclusive: Superkarts! USA SuperNationals 22 – Preview Series – Mini Swift
Sunday, 04 November 2018 00:00

Carson Morgan heads into Vegas as the two-time SKUSA Pro Tour champion (Photo: On Track Promotions – otp.ca)

Cadet racing has been a part of the SKUSA SuperNationals program since 1998 when the Kawasaki 60cc powered K3 Novice shifterkart class ran out at the X-Plex. The gearbox category was part of the famed event until 2005, and it helped to shape many future stars in the sport. Twenty years later, the Mini Swift division has picked up the sword and will be hosting a number of worldwide talents, including world title winners and repeat national champions.

Last year’s SuperSunday Final has an obvious cloud hanging over it, as the top two finishers were removed from the official results following an in-depth engine inspection. One of the drivers removed from the results for an incompliant engine was provisional winner Carson Morgan. The Californian went into the event as the newly-crowned SKUSA Pro Tour champion and came out on top of a great battle on the racetrack. His engine, along with that of runner-up Brent Crews, were deemed to be outside of the Superkarts! USA rule set. Morgan struck back during in the 2018 season, winning his opening race at the SKUSA Winter Series to again prove his considerable abilities behind the wheel. By the end of the season, Morgan (RPM / Kart Republic) had secured his second straight Pro Tour title thanks to winning one of the Finals at all three doubleheader events on the schedule. Additional redemption lies in front of Morgan, who carries the SKUSA #1 plate into Las Vegas once again. Read full story on eKartingNews.com