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Round 6 Results
Saturday, 27 June 2009 15:42
Complete results for Round 6 - Santa Maria are now available on the Results page.
 
Santa Maria Live Scoring
Saturday, 27 June 2009 07:24
Sorry for the late notice.  We wanted to make sure we had internet service at the track before posting.  We will be running the MyLaps Monitor and live blogging the results as they come off track (to the best of our ability).

www.superkartsusa.com/live
 
Pre-Entry Cutoff for PKC So Cal Round 6 SANTA MARIA is THIS WEDNESDAY! Enter Today!
Monday, 22 June 2009 09:11
Pre-Entry cutoff for the ProKart Challenge So Cal Round 6 race at Santa Maria Kart Track is midnight this coming Wednesday, June 24th. Enter before the cutoff and save $35 on your entry fees -- PLUS save yourself time at registration that you could be prepping your kart! Enter the event and purchase everything else you need thru the Online Store with a credit card -- or call 951-491-0808. You can also download, fill out and fax your entry/orders to 951-491-0809. Click here for that form.
 
If you do not receive an email confirmation of your entry within 24 hours, please call the PKC office: 951-491-0808. Drivers who wish to practice on Friday only can also pre-purchase it, or sign up at the track on Friday morning starting at 7am (for the same price). PKC can only guarantee the proper quantities of tires and fuel on site if you pre-register by this Wednesday.

 
PKC SoCal Gears Up for Santa Maria Kart Track
Sunday, 21 June 2009 15:18
The sixth round of the 2009 ProKart Challenge South program is set to return to the Santa Maria Karting Association kart track on June 27. The penultimate round of the seven race championship will mark a joyous but somber return to the 7/10-mile circuit, or the ‘National K-layout’.

Last year’s PKC South season finale took place at what was schedule to be one of the last races held at the Santa Maria, California kart track. The facility, located on the grounds of the city’s airport, was scheduled to close following the 2008 year. However, the karting organization that runs the day to day operation were able to strike a deal to continue racing on the grounds through June 30, 2009. The sixth round of the PKC South program is tapped as the final karting event to run on the circuit location of the SMKA. With that, many drivers are expected to be in attendance, including some PKC North competitors joining the South championship contenders.
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Neal Takes Third Straight ProKart Challenge North Victory
Wednesday, 17 June 2009 23:31
ProKart Challenge North - the Superkarts! USA’s Northern California regional program - reached their midpoint of the season with the running of the fourth round on June 13 at the Jim Russell International Karting Center in Sonoma, California. The popular ‘reverse national’ circuit was utilized for the first time this season, and helped produce some fantastic racing around the 7/8-mile course. The theme throughout the year has been seeing Southern California stud Jacob Neal atop the podium, and Saturday was no different as he won both the S1 and S3 divisions.

Neal had to work for both victories as they were not easy to come by. The challenging S3 division saw Neal just miss out for the top spot in qualifying as veteran and Grand-Am Rolex star Memo Gidley returned for another outing to steal the pole position by just 13-thousandths. The two were joined by third fastest qualifier Tommy Thompson in the opening heat race. Neal led in the early goings until Thompson took his turn at the point. Neal would reassume the position and would go on to take the win in front of Thompson and Gidley. The final heat would be a near repeat of the first, with Neal and Thompson swapping the lead before returning to the same finishing positions. Neal, however, threw down the gauntlet in the feature to pull ahead by more than four seconds after leading all 20 laps for the victory. Teammates Thompson and Gidley shuffled the second spot in the early portion of the race until Thompson secured the position. Another pair of teammates, Steve Reasoner and New Zealander Daniel Bray, rounded out the top-five.
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