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SKUSA Evaluating Eventbrite for Spectator Access in PKC Santa Maria
Tuesday, 16 August 2016 12:40

In an effort to streamline and expedite driver registration and spectator check-in, we’ve separated the registration line for PKC Round 5 in Santa Maria. Drivers (and a single parent/guardian for minor drivers) will now report to the traditional “Registration” area. All others will check-in at a separate line near registration.

Spectators and other non-drivers can now purchase 1-Day and 2-Day PKC Pit passes on Eventbrite. If you are buying tickets for others, you can specify their names on the tickets during or after checkout. You can also provide their email addresses and have their tickets sent directly to them (you will still get a copy). You can choose to email, screenshot and txt, or print tickets for your guests. It’s important to note that each barcode can only be used once and it will be your responsibility to manage your tickets like any other major sporting event. Names aren’t required on tickets but will facilitate resolving problems that may occur if you inadvertently hand out tickets incorrectly. We will not be managing a will call list, but you can still purchase passes on site.

Note: Parents and Guardians checking in with minor drivers can also purchase the above passes and present them in the driver registration line.

When you get to Santa Maria, proceed to the general registration area and look for the spectator check-in line if someone isn’t already directing you. Present your electronic or printed ticket (please have it ready to be scanned on your device). We will scan it to check you in, you will then sign the waiver and get your wrist band.

We hope this makes things easier for everyone. Your feedback is always welcome and should be directed to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for this initiative.
Attention SuperNats Entrants - Entry Confirmation Emails Delayed
Tuesday, 16 August 2016 12:36
Due to the rate at which entries are coming in, we are behind on sending out the Entry Confirmations you are used to, but you should have gotten an email confirmation from the store. If you didn't get the STORE confirmation email, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it so he can at least verify that we received your order.

Entry Confirmation emails will be sent in the order received and may take up to 5-7 days after your entry is submitted through the store. Thanks!
SuperNats Registration Open!
Wednesday, 10 August 2016 19:14
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Superkarts! USA SuperNationals XX Registration Opens to Public
Wednesday, 10 August 2016 10:31

The 20th running of the Superkarts! USA SuperNationals promises to be the biggest event in the race's history (Photo:

For many in the karting community, the Superkarts! USA SuperNationals has become the official season finale; that massive must-attend event that caps a great year of competition. This November’s edition will be extra-special, as SKUSA will celebrate the 20th running of this incredible spectacle, one that has helped to take the sport of karting to a new level. The race will make its second appearance at the Las Vegas Convention Center and a total of nine categories will be offered. A brand new track layout is also in the works, and an exciting announcement regarding this effort will be announced soon. The Greenlight Television cameras will be on-site once again to record the coverage for the CBS Sports Network broadcasts, and a special purse package is also ready to announce.

With many racers having already entered the event through SKUSA’s Priority Pre-Entry Program, this particular announcement is to confirm that public registration will begin on August 10 at 7:00 pm Pacific Daylight Time at As has become the norm, Superkarts! USA is expecting a mass influx of entries once public registration opens, and with class caps set in all of the categories, racers are urged to enter as soon as possible so that they don’t miss out on the opportunity to be part of the action for the 20th anniversary event.
SuperNationals XX – 100 Days and Counting
Tuesday, 09 August 2016 10:58

It's hard to beat the excitement of a start on SuperSunday (Photo: OnTrack Promotions)

When Superkarts! USA put together the plans for the first SuperNationals event back in 1997, they were at the forefront of the growing movement of shifterkart racing. There were numerous pockets of support for the formula all over the United States and Canada, including Southern California, Northern California, the Pacific Northwest, Florida, and SKUSA’s own flagship Great Lakes region. Having one big race to bring everyone together was not a new concept in karting, but the raw excitement that paralleled the increasing interest in gearbox racing certainly made this event special. There was a real palpable feeling during those early years that if you were there, you were part of something really special. Now, 20 years down the road, we’re able to look back on the explosion of the race and the key decision that then-SKUSA leader Jim Murley made in 2002. Murley was always a visionary and he wanted desperately to take the race from the great desert track in Sloan right into the city of Las Vegas, and when the trailers rolled into the parking lot of the Rio Hotel and Casino in’02, the race was taken to the next level.

We’re now just 100 days from the 20th running of the Superkarts! USA SuperNationals, which is arguably the biggest race in the sport of karting. The SKUSA staff and its drivers will travel to Las Vegas with a full head of steam this November, thanks to record participation numbers in both their ProKart Challenge and Pro Tour programs. They are working diligently to make this race extra special, and the EKN staff has been privy to some of the exciting plans that are in the works. Over the next three months, we’ll be publishing updates and stories focused on the event, and we’ll also look back in time at the history of the SuperNationals. The Howden Media Group launched its first publication at the race in 1999 – Shifter Kart Illustrated – and our own Rob Howden has been the voice of the race since its inception. We also pleased that we’ll once again be providing EKN Trackside Live coverage, including full audio play-by-play of the event from qualifying through to SuperSunday.

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