The purpose of the Superkarts! USA Licensing Program is to provide a standardized ladder of driver development within the organization. The following document details each license level, its requirements and the classes that are eligible to the holder of each respective license.
The A License is reserved for SKUSA’s most accomplished drivers. This license is required for any driver wishing to compete in the S1 category, although drivers not running in S1 may still apply. Competitors will be required to complete an application form that will include an area where the driver will present results, performance highlights and a career overview, which the SKUSA staff will use to determine license eligibility. Only drivers with an A license are permitted in S1.
Required for: S1 and SuperPro/KZ2
The B License is the primary license for all experienced adult drivers in Superkarts! USA. To be eligible for a B license, one must have at least two years of prior experience in the sport and competitors new to SKUSA must complete an application form detailing past experience.
Required for: S2, S4, TaG Senior, TaG Masters and SuperPro/KZ2
The C license is presented to anyone new to karting within the Superkarts! USA community. For drivers who are new to shifterkart competition, this license will make them eligible for the S3 (Novice Stock Moto) category. Should they wish to advance to the S2 (Amateur Stock Moto) or S4 (Master Stock Moto) classes, they will need to show proficiency on the racetrack and then apply for an upgrade to a B license.
Required for: Novice drivers in S3, S4, TaG Senior, G1, and TaG Masters
All Junior drivers will receive a D License when joining SKUSA. Any Junior driver wishing to graduate into a Senior class (Stock Moto or TaG Senior) will be automatically given a C License, which will make them eligible for S3 (Novice Spec Moto) or TaG Senior. Should a driver wish to graduate into the S2, they will need to apply for a B License.
Required for: S5, TaG Junior, and TaG Cadet
Membership and License Application
You can apply for your membership and license by dowloading, printing and completing the pdf file below or by using the Online Application in our store.
All National and Regional racers must have an annual SKUSA membership to compete. The cost is $75/year and includes many great benefits, including
Cost and Benefits
Ability to earn series championship points
A nationally-reserved race number for the year – good throughout the entire SKUSA organization nationwide
Eligibility for event purses and prizes
SKUSA memberships are valid for 12 months from the date of purchase, or if renewed prior to expiration, for 12 months from the date of that expiration. Membership benefits cease at expiration, so be careful not to let your membership lapse.
Race Number Reservations
Number availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis, and is only guaranteed with a SKUSA membership. All reserved numbers will have a regional designator (letter). This letter must be included on all 4 of your kart number panels.
2012 Number Reservations
ProKart Challenge, Rocky Mountain ProKart Challenge
If the driver is less than 18 years old, you must fax a copy of his/her birth certificate to (951) 491-0809 (or email it to
) at the time of submittal of your SKUSA membership/licensing application or first SKUSA race entry. Be sure to check the Classes section of this site or sections 15.3 and 20.1.2 of the SKUSA Rulebook for minimum age requirements of each class.