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Rotax Can-Am ProKart Challenge Hosts Successful Inaugural Event
Wednesday, 22 May 2013 07:39
The inaugural Rotax Can-Am ProKart Challenge took place at the Greg Moore Raceway in Chilliwack, British Columbia this past weekend. A combination of Rotax Max Challenge and Superkarts! USA categories, this ‘super regional’ welcomed a large contingent north of the border at the historic circuit east of the greater Vancouver area. The three day event set the stage for the four weekend championship series, awarding tickets to the Rotax Grand Finals held this year in the United States for the first time and guaranteed grid positions at the SKUSA SuperNationals XVIII in Las Vegas.

The largest class of the weekend was the HoleShot Drive Systems Rotax Senior division with 21 karts entered. 2011 United States Rotax Grand Nationals champ Stepanova Nekeel began the weekend earning the series first pole position, laying down a 51.920-second lap, a full two tenths quicker than Derek Wang. He continued at the front in the 14-lap Prefinal, holding off former Team Canada member Chris Glover by inches at the line. With the pole position, Nekeel was able to slip away as they fought for the second position. After 20 laps, Nekeel held a three-second advantage to claim victory, but missed out on the fast lap bonus as that went to Andrew Zimmer. The fight for second went to Glover, as he fought off Wang for the position. Kyle Byers was fourth with Emily Maddison in fifth. Day two began with Zimmer at the top of the time sheets as he edged out Nekeel by 87 thousandths for the top time in qualifying. Nekeel got the jump at the start of the Prefinal to lead all laps for the win. Zimmer dropped to third as Glover moved into second with Jake Craig in fourth. Nekeel continued leading into the main event, but was chased down by Craig. They began exchanging the lead numerous times, all the way up to the checkered flag. At the line, Craig held the position and scored the victory as Nekeel had to settle for second. Glover reached the podium a second time, placing third over Zimmer with Byers in fifth. 
Rotax Can-Am ProKart Challenge Inaugural Event Welcoming Top Teams and Drivers
Wednesday, 15 May 2013 07:07
A new era is set to begin for the sport of karting in the Pacific Northwest region of the North America, as the Rotax Can-Am ProKart Challenge will host its inaugural event at the Greg Moore Raceway in Chilliwack, British Columbia. The May 17-19 event will welcome a number of top racers and teams, ready to compete in the Rotax Max Challenge and Superkarts! USA categories that will be offered in the four weekend series. Pre-registration completed last week, and a tremendous entry list will travel to the Vancouver area from all across the continent.

The Greg Moore Raceway is among the historic facilities in North America. A number of Canadian and United States national championships have been contested at the home of the West Coast Kart Club. Formerly known as CART BC, the 1.2km (3/4-mile) circuit is among the most challenging tracks in the sport and is sure to provide a great venue for the Rotax Max Challenge and Superkarts! USA competitors. The Rotax Can-Am ProKart Challenge will feature eight rounds of racing over the course of four weekends, with the point championship counting the best six races. This will allow drivers and teams who can not make all four weekends a chance at contesting the title chases without a penalty, all while gaining ‘punches’ toward the Rotax Grand Nationals for United States drivers or earning a guaranteed starting position on SuperSunday at the SuperNationals in Las Vegas for SKUSA competitors. 
Busy Weekend on Tap for Karting in the United States
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Thursday, 02 May 2013 07:04
The start of May means one thing, Spring is officially here and racing is underway across the United States. After what was a crazy month of April regarding weather, karters all around the country can venture out to the garage to spend the time working on their machines for the upcoming race. This weekend, a number of events are schedule to take place and racers still have time to get their karts ready for an exciting weekend at the race track.
SKUSA Announces Approved SK-1 Spec Pipe Dealers as of April 28, 2013
Monday, 29 April 2013 07:21
Following our recent announcement about the new SK-1 Spec Honda exhaust pipe as posted HERE, below is a list of the authorized dealers that have been approved to date:
  • 2 Wild Karting, Laguna Hills, CA
  • 3G Kart Racing, Katy, TX
  • Cambrian Go-Karts, Campbell, CA
  • Extreme Karting, Anaheim, CA
  • Gent Racing, Sherwood, OR
  • Msquared Racing, Salt Lake City, UT
  • Riverlake Racing, Minneapolis, MN
  • SRS Engines, Hawkins, TX
  • Swedetech Racing Engines, Wilton, CA
This pipe will be legal for SKUSA competition starting May 24. Orders will begin shipping the week of April 29 (to authorized dealers only). Anyone interested in becoming an authorized dealer should send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it requesting approval and a dealer agreement. Updates to this list will be posted periodically to the DEALERS button at the top of our website. 
Weather Rushes Opening Two Rounds of Midwest ProKart Challenge
Friday, 26 April 2013 08:33
The opening rounds of the 2013 Superkarts! USA Midwest ProKart Challenge were a true challenge – on and off the track – for the competitors who raced to escape the terrible flooding that took place throughout the Great Lakes area last weekend. Flooding was a major concern at the I-55 Raceway in Pevely, Missouri – located alongside the Mississippi River – when officials arrived Friday. With the information in hand, SKUSA elected to condense the two-round schedule from two days into one, with 60 laps of racing facing the drivers. Unfortunately, a number of competitors who planned to compete had to deal with their own personal flooding issues and were forced to miss the event. The racing continued on, as a number of competitors battled around ‘Thunder Valley’ to start out the 2013 season.

Defending S2 Semi-Pro champion Nick Lougee returned, carrying the regional #1 plate and started out the year battling S1 driver Derek Crockett. After a year away from the sport, the 2010 SKUSA Pro Tour S2 Semi-Pro champion returned, committed to contesting the full Midwest PKC. Lougee claimed the pole position and scored the heat one victory. Crockett came through after troubles in the first two on-track sessions to outrun Lougee for the heat two win. In the opening main event, Lougee led the first half with Crockett controlling the second for the overall victory. Lougee would strike back in the second final, leading the entire way as he held off Crockett at the checkered flag. Collin Willis and Jenna Grillo rounded out the S2 podium in both main events, each earning a runner-up finish. The 2012 S5 Junior Stock Moto series champ Erik Nelson began his defense strong, with two victories on the opening weekend. It was nearly a sweep, as Nelson started out on top in qualifying and heat one, but a DNF in heat two dropped him down the order, giving the win to Kyle Kennedy. Nelson bounced back to earn the victory in final one over Kennedy and Max Nufer, and once again in final two, with Nufer earning the runner-up position. Kris Dickson was the lone S4 Master Stock Moto competitor on the weekend, and is expected to see more competition at the next two event weekends.

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