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 Important News

SKUSA Rulebook Updates as of June 9, 2017
Friday, 09 June 2017 09:32
The latest round of updates and clarifications to the SKUSA Rulebook include:

15.3.1 Driver Age Criteria
20.2.3.4 Weights
20.3.4.3 Starter Batteries for Swift/X30 Engines
20.3.4.12 Spark Plug Caps for Swift/X30 Engines
30.2.9.4 Tech Inspections
30.3.5.16 Investigation Flag
 
Hot Action Highlights California ProKart Challenge Event at CalSpeed
Wednesday, 07 June 2017 12:39

(Photo: DromoPhotos.com)

It was a hot return for the California ProKart Challenge to the CalSpeed Karting Center. The third stop of the 2017 championship series marked its first trip back to Fontana, California since 2010. Temperatures were on the rise during the June 2-3 event, testing the limits of both man and machine. Los Angeles Karting Championship competitors and alumni marked the event as their own, taking nine of the 11 victories Saturday afternoon, including a number of series first-time winners, helping to heat up the championship chases at the halfway mark.
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Superkarts! USA Confirms Winter Series Dates
Wednesday, 07 June 2017 00:00

Superkarts! USA will add to their series line-up in 2018, confirming the dates for their new 'Winter Series'
(Photo: DromoPhotos.com)


Superkarts! USA kicked off the new week with a schedule graphic posted to their social media channels on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram this afternoon, officially announcing the dates of their new two-weekend ‘Winter Series’ in Florida. SKUSA owner Tom Kutscher announced the January and February weekends they intended to target during his most recent ‘TomVersation’ YouTube interview with Eyenovation’s Chris Ortenburger, although this is the first official confirmation to come from the organization since the May 22 debut of the video.

SKUSA debuted its first ‘Winter Tour’ way back in January of 1999 in Opa Locka, Florida, so this new effort will mark the company’s return to the Sunshine State. The series will consist of two doubleheader weekends: January 12-14 and February 9-11. Based on the graphic presented, we suspect that the Temecula-based organization will be targeting Homestead Karting for the opening round and we’ve been told that the finale will likely be run at the Ocala Gran Prix circuit.

EKN has been told that the series will buck the current Florida ‘off-season’ trend of three race weekends due to the fact that the opening round of the 2018 SKUSA Pro Tour – the second annual WinterNationals – will again take place in early March.

We expect a full overview of the series to be released soon, but we’ve confirmed that the program will consist of four events with one drop being factored into the overall point championship calculations.
 
Last Call for PKC Round 3 CalSpeed pre-entries! Deadline is Tonight!
Monday, 29 May 2017 12:58
Happy Memorial Day and Thank You to all of those who have served our country!
Racers, don’t miss tonight’s cutoff for ProKart Challenge Round 3 at CalSpeed this weekend! We will still take walkup entries at the track starting on Thursday afternoon at 3pm, but it will cost you a little more time and money! Why not do it now?
Click HERE for all EVENT DETAILS, and HERE to register on MotorsportReg!
 
Superkarts! USA Returns to CalSpeed Karting Center
Saturday, 27 May 2017 12:07

The California ProKart Challenge returns to the CalSpeed Karting Center for the first time since 2010 (Photo: DromoPhotos.com)

The California ProKart Challenge is set to resume its 2017 championship chase, having taken the month of May off for the running of the Superkarts! USA Pro Tour SpringNationals. The SKUSA flagship regional program is adding another circuit as part of their flashback tour, traveling to the CalSpeed Karting Center in Fontana, California on June 2-3. This year, the CalSpeed race will be the third stop of the championship chase, with a number of drivers in solid position after the first two events. The CalSpeed facility has become a major fixture in southern California karting over the last decade, and the 3/4-mile ‘Grande’ layout is the proposed course for the event. This will be the first time the program has visited the circuit – located just outside the Auto Club Speedway – since the 2010 season. A number of current California PKC karters were part of that January 2010 event, which kicked off that season’s schedule.
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