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Race entry will close on July 2nd at Midnight.

Round 4 - Santa Maria July 6-7, 2018
Santa Maria Kart Track
End of South Blosser Road
Santa Maria, CA 93456
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Located on the Santa Maria Airport Property (Directions)

 Important News

If you missed the pre-entry cutoff for the Honda Racing/HPD SpringNationals...
Monday, 25 April 2011 06:35
Sorry! The SKUSA staff is closing their books and loading to leave for Tucson! You will have to plan to register at the track, starting at noon on Thursday, Apr. 28th.
It's also a good idea to send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it that you are planning to register at the track, so that we can have a sufficient supply of tires and fuel on hand to accommodate your walk-up entry.
SKUSA Pro Tour Readies for Launch at SpringNationals
Friday, 22 April 2011 09:39
This year’s Superkarts! USA Pro Tour is fast becoming one of the bright spots of American karting for 2011, as our sport is now rebounding from being hard hit by the recent economic recession. Despite the continuing issues with the national economy, karting is certainly fighting back as entry numbers in the primary regional series have been extremely encouraging, and SKUSA is part of this recovery. There is positive momentum building all over the country and SKUSA’s West Coast-centric ‘Pro Tour’ is enjoying significant buzz regarding good fields in virtually all of its classes. The opening round of the SKUSA Pro Tour – the Honda Racing/HPD SpringNationals in Tucson, AZ - is now less than a week away and the research performed by the EKN staff shows that this program will see significant growth for 2011. The inaugural Pro Tour launched last spring at Infineon Raceway with just over 100 participants and the forecasted numbers for this year’s opener are north of 170.

The 2011 SKUSA Pro Tour will consist of three events, anchored by the granddaddy of them all, the SuperNationals in Las Vegas in November. The season kicks off on the April 29 – May 1 weekend in Tucson, Arizona for the second running of the SpringNationals. As recently announced on EKN, Honda Racing and Honda Performance Development (HPD) have signed on as the title sponsor for the event, helping to raise the bar for an event that SKUSA’s Tom Kutscher is aimed at making into a “mini SuperNats”.

SKUSA’s return to the S1-S2-S3-S4-S5 class structure in 2010 has provided a clear ladder for drivers looking to advance in their gearbox categories and the Pro Tour will provide a great look at this program in action. Several drivers have made the move to the next level of competition, namely the class champions from both the S2 Semi-Pro Stock Moto and S5 Junior Stock Moto classes. The one major change to the shifter dance card has been the departure of G1, as the class drew only minimal support through SKUSA’s multiple offers to reserve a place for the class on the Tour. The organization’s TaG class approach is equally as clean, with drivers moving from Cadet to Junior and eventually into the Senior class, anchored by a growing Master division.

To read the full story including provisional entry lists, please visit
Pro Tour Deadlines This Sunday!
Friday, 22 April 2011 09:30
Pre-Entry Deadline for SpringNationals is THIS Sunday night!
Register online now for your SKUSA membership, entry fees, race and practice tires, fuel and oil, even spectator and hot pit passes. But don't wait! The ONLINE STORE closes for entries on Sunday, April 24th at midnight. After that, the price goes up $150 to register at the track, and that's if there is still room in your class to race!
Pre-Order or Pre-Purchase your Practice Tires and Fuel/Oil Products NOW!
SKUSA can only guarantee that practice tires and fuel products will be available for pickup at the track if you pre-purchase or pre-order them by this Sunday, April 24th. You can purchase them online HERE. If you want to pre-order them for pickup AND PAY AT THE TRACK, please send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with the driver name, team name (if applicable), and the type(s) and quantities of your pre-order. You must receive an email confirmation in order to verify that we have you on the list.
SKUSA Needs FINAL Requests for Pit Spots and RV/Camping Spots!
SKUSA has posted the details about how to reserve pit spots, rent tents and camp on site for this event. Click HERE for those details. We can only guarantee that you can get in to pit for this event if you send in a specific request by this Sunday, and ALL pit spots will cost $.30/SF. Camping on site is a flat $50.
Attention ALL Stock Honda Drivers: Register NOW with Honda Performance Development (HPD) to be eligible for prizes and free products!
Tuesday, 19 April 2011 20:18
We are all looking forward to the upcoming Honda Racing/HPD SpringNationals in Tucson, Arizona! If you are planning to compete in the S1, S2, S4 or S5 class, you must be a Honda Racing Line member prior to this race to be eligible for the various prizes and product offers, as well as free and discounted parts!
Click HERE to register to become a Honda Racing Line member. It’s FREE! All details, forms and requirements are included in this online link.
NOTE: You will need to put SKUSA as your membership organization affiliation, and be prepared to include your membership number, as well as a copy of your SKUSA membership card/racing license (showing your name and expiration date) with your registration. Call SKUSA at 951-491-0808 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it if you have not yet received your SKUSA racing license. Call HPD at (661) 702-7777 with questions or see their website for more details.
Update from the SKUSA Technical Director
Written by John Motley National Technical Director   
Tuesday, 19 April 2011 18:21
At the recent SKUSA/PKC race at Buttonwillow Raceway, I exercised the option-- as provided in the SKUSA Rulebook -- of retaining the winning engine in TAG Cadet (Colton Herta) for further evaluation.

After a complete disassembly and review -- which included measurement, weighing and gauging of all relevant components -- we found no anomalies.  I am very happy to report that the examination of the engine revealed it to be in total compliance with SKUSA rules. 

I’d like to extend my congratulations to Colton and his team for their outstanding performance.

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