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California ProKart Challenge

Lancaster Event Pages Open
Monday, 11 September 2017 08:31

2016 S1 Winner Matt Hamilton (photo: DromoPhotos)

Although we are still working on some final tweaks for the event schedule, we have published the Event Page, Pit Passes, Pit Spot and Camping Reservation details on our website. The deadline to pre-register for the event is Monday, September 25th at Midnight. We will be adding the details of the LO206 Invitational Class in the next few days.

 
Pre-Entry Cutoff for Monterey is Tonight!
Monday, 28 August 2017 08:44
I know everyone is busy getting their SuperNats entries in, but don't forget Round 5 of the ProKart Challenge is this weekend at the Monterey Bay Karter's track in Marina and the cutoff to pre-enter on MSR is tonight at midnight (walk-up entries are more expensive!).  Full event details are available on the Monterey Event Page and you can still reserve a pit or camping spot at the SKUSA Store.  The weather will be mild, in the mid to high 70's and Albacore Tuna is in season at many popular seafood restaurants in the area - which means you should invite your friends, family and significant other and buy them a pit pass.
 
California ProKart Challenge Back in Action Labor Day Weekend
Thursday, 24 August 2017 13:06

Round Five of the California ProKart Challenge is set for September 1-2 at the Monterey Bay Karters facility (Photo: DromoPhotos.com)

The California ProKart Challenge returns to action for the first time since the beginning of July, gearing up to host Round Five of the championship chase. The Monterey Bay Karters facility in Marina, California on Labor Day weekend will welcome some of the best racers in Superkarts! USA regional racing. The unique course will see racers hitting the track on September 1-2 in the five IAME and six Stock Honda categories, all with championship chases to be defined even further prior to the series finale at the end of September at the Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix.

The championship still remains up for grabs in the Vemme Kart S1 Pro Stock Honda standings. Three-time champion Billy Musgrave has secured three victories and a runner-up finish over the first four rounds; however, SKUSA Pro Tour winner Hunter Pickett has kept it close. The two are only separated by 115 points heading into Round Five, with Round Four winner Matias Podboj needing another victory to put himself back in contention. Formula Works/CompKart X30 Senior championship chase is still in the hands of defending title winner Nicky Hays. The gap is only 108 points in that fight with Round Three victor Michael Avansino as the lead challenger. Andrick Zeen still has an outside shot, needing more podium success with a little help.
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Pre-Race Practice in Monterey (Marina) August 26th
Wednesday, 16 August 2017 00:00

Monterey Bay Karters are hosting a pre-race practice weekend for SKUSA classes on August 26th and a Club race on August 27th. Please see their webpage at www.montereybaykarters.com. They will be running the same configuration as we will for PKC Round 5.
 
Podboj and Yu Score First Headline Victories at California ProKart Challenge
Wednesday, 12 July 2017 11:18

Mathias Podboj scored his first career victory in the S1 Pro Stock Honda (Photo: DromoPhotos.com)

The California ProKart Challenge is now into the second half of the season after hosting Round Four of the 2017 championship chase at the Santa Maria Karting Association circuit. West of the Alamo wildfires, the flagship Superkarts! USA regional program contested two days of racing on July 7-8 around the 7/10-mile course, helping to shape the title chases even further as the program looks toward the final two rounds in September. The weekend in Santa Maria also marked the debut of the pushback bumper in the X30 Senior and X30 Junior categories. SKUSA officials are optimistic with the addition of the pushback bumper, while understanding it is a learning curve for both the officials and the competitors. On track, however, the competitors are putting in 100% effort toward victories, and those still in the chase are keeping their eye on the year-end prize of a championship.

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