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Alfano Data Acquisition to Class Winners
Tuesday, 26 September 2006 17:00
WR International, US importer of Alfano data acquisition products, has announced that Alfano Astros will be awarded to each of the 7 class winners at SuperNats X.
 
Impact Racing Announces SuperNats X Prizes
Monday, 25 September 2006 17:00
Impact Racing Products, a company owned and operated by the legendary Bill Simpson, has put together on outstanding array of product certificates to be awarded at Super Nationals X, on November 12, at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. The top finishers in each class will walk away with Impact Racing products- totaling just over $8,000. Read full story
 
Genesis Racing - SuperNats
Tuesday, 19 September 2006 17:00
Genesis Racing is excited to announce a return to the U.S karting scene with an appearance at this year’s SKUSA SuperNationals. The Vancouver B.C racing team have been absent from the American karting scene since last year as they were focusing on rebuilding the karting scene in Western Canada and promoting the ROK Cup series which was very successful in 2006. Full story
 
TaG Senior Class
Tuesday, 19 September 2006 17:00

As a result of overwhelming demand, Superkarts!USA has elected to increase the TaG Senior class entry cap to 80 participants.The class will run a 4-flight elimination format throughout the race weekend (see the event schedule for additional information), echoing the previously announced SuperPro class format.

“Increasing the entry cap in TaG Senior was something we have been looking closely at doing since we participated in the Rock Island Grand Prix a few weeks ago” says Superkarts!USA CEO Tom Kutscher, adding “we saw the amazing turn out for the class there and correctly assumed we’d see the same sort of demand for our race.”

Director Of Marketing Jim Baltutis says, “Some of the top drivers in the world are already confirmed to run in the class, and the entries keep pouring in. We felt the opportunity should be extended to others to enter as well, so we raised the cap.”

No cap raises are possible in any additional classes—and all classes are now nearing capacity. Baltutis adds, “Raising the entry cap really opened the door for the TaG class to grow and the growth suggests the strength of the TaG program and the SuperNationals internationally. It’ll be a race to remember, that’s for sure.”

 
Select Shifter, SpeedTech, and Msquared to Unite for SKUSA Supernationals
Sunday, 17 September 2006 17:00

“Three Companies to Join Forces in Pursuit of Camaraderie, Fun and Success”

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