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Urgent Announcement Regarding New RLV Pipe
Thursday, 28 February 2013 16:28
Recently RLV announced a revised R4 2-piece pipe. At this time the revised version of the pipe is not approved for any SKUSA competition.
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New Can-Am Series Forms Partnership with Superkarts! USA
Friday, 22 February 2013 13:06
In late January, industry member and veteran racer Mike Rolison announced a new Rotax Max Challenge series that would cater to Canadian and United States racers along the northern west coast area. As the building blocks of the series began to form, Rolison was presented with the opportunity to expand the program to more and more racers. With that, the Can-Am series is now welcoming Superkarts! USA into the mix. Now labeled the ‘Rotax Can-Am ProKart Challenge’, the program is set to host eight races over four weekends for the 2013 season, providing both Rotax and SKUSA categories.

“I’m happy that we were able to put together this deal so early in our formation of the series,” commented Rolison, the series administrator. “The purpose of the creation of the Rotax Can-Am ProKart Challenge was to fill a void for Rotax racers in the area during the summer months, while providing the same intense racing and professionalism that they are used to seeing at national level events. Now we have the opportunity to do the same for Superkarts! USA racers here in the area.”

The Rotax Can-Am ProKart Challenge partnership with Superkarts! USA brings the organization back to the Pacific Northwest, where a number of its early national races were held. All Superkarts! USA classes will be offered, with focus on increasing the shifterkart status within the area.
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Superkarts! USA Announces Partnership With Bell Racing USA
Monday, 11 February 2013 20:26
Superkarts! USA today announced a new partnership with Bell Racing USA to promote Bell Helmets as the official helmet of SKUSA. The move serves as a step forward for the Temecula, California-based karting organization to partner with leading industry names and build alliances going forward.

“I’ve been a long time advocate of Bell Helmets, as far back as being a kart shop owner myself,” explained SKUSA principal Tom Kutscher. “Their products are second to none, and I’ve often thought they’d be a strategic fit for Superkarts! USA.” The partnership will see Bell Helmets have increased involvement across all SKUSA race series, including a presence at the flagship 2013 SKUSA Pro Tour National Championship.

In addition, every SKUSA member will be afforded a ‘SKUSA member’ discount to the tune of 15% on any Bell Helmet through any authorized retailer. To qualify, existing SKUSA members need only present their SKUSA license when purchasing a helmet. The offer cannot be combined with any additional offer, and is subject to local dealer terms and conditions.
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Curt Paul - RIP (UPDATED with Funeral Arrangements)
Sunday, 16 December 2012 13:31
It is with heavy hearts and deep sadness that we say goodbye to one of the greatest racing dads we've ever known, who passed away last night.

Curt Paul, you will be missed beyond compare. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your family and loved ones.

Tom and Patti Kutscher
Superkarts!USA 

Funeral Arrangements
Visitation is Friday evening December 21 at 6-7 p.m.
The Rosary will follow the visitation at 7 p.m.
The services will be held Saturday morning December 22 at 10 a.m.

All services will be at St. Michaels Church
5882 N Ashley Lane
Stockton CA

Should you wish to attend any of the services, take Highway 99 North. Take Waterloo exit East. Left onto Ashley Lane. Church is a ways down the road on the right. When you are on Waterloo, if you come to Alpine Rd you have gone too far.
 
Midwest PKC Finishes 2012 Season at New Castle Motorsports Park
Wednesday, 22 August 2012 11:20
The 2012 Midwest ProKart Challenge came to an end on the August 10-12 weekend at the New Castle Motorsports Park in central Indiana. The 1-mile course, owned and designed by former IndyCar driver Mark Dismore, played host to rounds five and six of the 2012 championship chase. The finale event welcomed a number of new competitors to the series, boasting strong battles in the S2 Semi-Pro Stock Moto, S5 Junior Stock Moto, TaG Master and TaG Cadet divisions.

Local drivers dominated the S2 Semi-Pro Stock Moto qualifying session on Saturday with Tim Hollowell scoring the pole position with a 1:03.566 lap time, edging out Kyle Ludwick and Eric Batt. Hollowell drove to the win in both heat races, the first over Ludwick with Joe Ruch up into the third position. The second saw Batt move forward to finish second with Nick Lougee following through for third. Capping off the sweep for the day, Hollowell posted the fast laps of the main event en route to the victory, his first of the season. Ludwick fought back to finish second with Jimmy Simpson rounding out the podium for an all New Castle driver podium. The following day saw the same driver at the top of the time sheets as Hollowell was quickest in Sunday qualifying, posting a similar lap to Saturday’s fast time. Batt was second with Cole Mathewson third, all within a tenth of each other. Hollowell led the way in heat one until he lost his chain, ending his race early and handing the lead over to Batt who went on to win over Mathewson and Simpson. After an early challenge from Mathewson, Batt went on to score the win in heat two with Ludwick up to second and Simpson finishing third until he was removed in tech for failing inspection, moving Lougee to third. Batt secured the lead once the feature race began and led all 20 laps to score the victory. Ludwick ran a close second for a double runner-up weekend with Hollowell, posting the fast laps of the race, climbing back up to third after his heat one DNF.
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