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SuperNationals



PRE-ENTRY NOW CLOSED

Walk-Ups taken when Reg opens at the track on Monday.  Entrants in Sold-Out classes will be placed on an alternates list.

supernationals 24 December 1-5, 2021
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
7000 Las Vegas Blvd N
Las Vegas, NV 89115
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Event Bulletin

  • 11/25 12:30 PM - Just a quick update on class capacities.  After some last minute cancels, Pro Shifter is the only class currently sold out.  Several classes have only 1 spot left, others have less than 10.  If you are planning on being a walkup, please contact info@superkartsusa.com to let us know and we can probably save you a spot. - Once a class is full, you will be placed on an Alternate list, waiting to see if there are any no shows after Reg closes on Tuesday.  If you are entered and plan on arriving after Reg closes on Tues, please send us an email to let us know. Please include the drivers name, class and kart#.
  • 11/23 8:30 AM - If you had to select a Temp number for your KA or X30 SR entry, you have been Re-Assigned a Kart Number.
  • 11/22 9:00 PM - RV Camping Spots with FULL Hookups will be available for reservation at 9am PST Tues morning.  First come, first serve.  They will be priced at $600 for Nov 29-Dec 6 or Monday to Monday.
  • 11/21 7:00 AM - ATTN 2021 Pro Tour Champs - You can run your single digit national number on your front fairing.  Please run your 3 digit national number on the sides and the rear. (Your 3 digit number will be used in Reg, Scoring, Live Timing, Tire/Fuel Desks etc)
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 Important News

Penultimate Event for 2021 California ProKart Challenge Next Weekend
Monday, 06 September 2021 08:57

The California ProKart Challenge is set to resume the 2021 season over the September 11-12 weekend with a trip to the Willow Springs International Raceway. The Rosamond, California facility is set to host Round Five of the six-round championship program for the Superkarts! USA regional series. The 6/10-mile, nine-turn course will be run in the counter-clockwise direction, helping to further decide those who will remain in the championship chase with over $70,000 in purses and prizes to be handed out by the end of the season.

Multi-time series champion Billy Musgrave resumed his position at the top of the Pro Shifter point standings, thanks to his third win on the season at Santa Maria. Musgrave leads Vincente Salas by 68 points, with Jacob Yesnick a close third. KA100 Senior has Round Two winner Dante Yu still leading the championship chase thanks to three podiums in four rounds. Round One winner Blake Nash sits second, behind by just 50 points – with former series champion Oliver Calvo there in third.
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EKN Trackside: 2021 SKUSA Pro Tour SummerNationals – Sunday Report
Tuesday, 17 August 2021 05:10

Hannah Greenemeier added her name to the list of SKUSA Pro Tour champions with the title in X30 Senior (Photo: EKN)

Sunday was the sixth and final round to the 2021 Superkarts! USA Pro Tour with the 11th running of the SummerNationals hosting the series finale. What began in March in New Orleans, was completed at the New Castle Motorsports Park with the sixth and final round of this year’s championship program. The New Castle, Indiana facility provided an amazing day for racing, with all nine categories deciding just who would end up with the coveted SKUSA #1 plate in their respective classes. History was made throughout the day, including the second ever female series champion, the first three-time shifterkart headline title winner, and the first driver to record six career championships at the SKUSA Pro Tour.

The title chase in the Rolison Performance Group X30 Senior division was done to just two drivers. Branyon Tiner (RPG / Kosmic) held a slight advantage over Hannah Greenemeier (RPG / Kosmic) heading into the final round. Greenemeier nearly grabbed the 10 bonus points for fast time in qualifying but was edged out by Saturday winner Nate Cicero (RPG / Kosmic). He along with Greenemeier and Ryan Norberg (RPG / Kosmic) decided the Prefinal with four-time champ Norberg earning the win. Tiner was making his way forward inside the top-10 when contact put him off the track and eventually out of the race. That set up for a scenario for the championship to be in the hands of Greenemeier depending on the results of the main event. Norberg was able to get away from the field at the start of the Final as Cicero was shuffled off in the opening corners and then collected in a multiple kart pileup in turn three, ending his day. Norberg set his ride on cruise control, running consistent times over the 16-lap race to drive away to a 4.680-second advantage. Greenemeier was in the fight for a podium position behind Norberg. She along with Pauly Massimino (RPM / Kosmic), Braden Eves (MPG / WPK) and Thomas Annunziata (MDR / Tony Kart) were in the fight. Annunziata was able to edge out Massimino and Hannah at the line for the runner-up spot. Massimino was given a pushback bumper penalty, thus dropping him to fifth and Thomas Nepveu to fourth in his Trinity Karting Group / Kart Republic debut weekend. And it also promoted Greenemeier to the third step of the podium, clinching the SKUSA Pro Tour championship, becoming only the second female champion in the 12-year history of the program. Full story on eKartingNews.com
 
EKN Trackside: 2021 Superkarts! USA Pro Tour SummerNationals – Saturday Report
Sunday, 15 August 2021 03:01


Former SKUSA Pro Tour champion Jake French landed on top of the podium in Pro Shifter (Photo: EKN)

The fifth round of the Superkarts! USA Pro Tour at New Castle Motorsports Park was highlighted by some incredible racing action and more than one drag race out of the I-70 hairpin to the checkered flag. The 11th running of the SummerNationals will provide the cap to the 2021 national championship, and Saturday’s racing only served to set the stage for Sunday’s finale and the crowning of this year’s national champions. In the Pro Shifter class, which boasted a stunning grid of 30 karts including 16 of the top-20 from the EKN Driver Rankings, PSL Karting’s Jake French renewed his title hopes after holding back Andrew Bujdoso for the victory. An uncharacteristic mechanical DNF put point leader AJ Myers on the sidelines during the opening lap, which has blown the championship wide open. The X30 Senior title fight remains in the hands of the Rolison Performance Group, and while the team has three drivers vying for the championship, it was one of their drivers not in the title chase Nate Cicero who pulled steadily away from the stacked field to score his first SKUSA Pro Tour victory. Read full story on eKartingNews.com
 
EKN Trackside: 2021 Superkarts! USA Pro Tour SummerNationals – Preview
Thursday, 12 August 2021 06:37

Consistent results have Branyon Tiner leading the X30 Senior championship standings heading into the SummerNationals (Photo: EKN)

The 12th season of the Superkarts! USA Pro Tour is set to conclude this weekend (August 13-15) with the 11th running of the SKUSA SummerNationals at the New Castle Motorsports Park. A season high of 245 entries over the nine categories will converge on the New Castle, Indiana facility – site of last year’s SKUSA Summer Festival with two weekends of racing featuring six rounds of competition.

New Castle has been the home of the SummerNationals since 2015, with the SKUSA Pro Tour champions decided from 2017 to the present after the creation of the WinterNationals. The ‘SKUSA Super Mile’ course is the layout for this weekend, similar to what was used the first weekend in 2020, featuring the wild ‘ski jump’ section mixing the ‘national’ layout with the extension area. Weather will be an issue with humidity expected to be high, however, rain is not forecasted for the days of racing. Read full story on eKartingNews.com
 
Enjoyable Weekend in Santa Maria for California ProKart Challenge
Thursday, 22 July 2021 11:17

Aiden Kempf was able to outrun the KA100 Senior field in wet and dry conditions for the victory
(Photo: Spencer Russell - PhotosBySMR)

The Superkarts! USA California ProKart Challenge kicked off the second half of the season at the Santa Maria Karting Association facility last weekend. The Santa Maria, California facility hosted Round Four of the six-round championship program on the July 17-18 weekend, where coastal California weather greeted the competitors of the nine categories and a brief rain shower made things extra interesting for one category during the main events. The championships in each of the divisions are taking shape, with drivers picking up key victories toward their goal of winning a California ProKart Challenge championship.

One of the most exciting main events on the weekend was the Nash Motorsportz KA100 Senior class. Welcoming 29 drivers as the largest class on the weekend, competitors had to also battle a brief change in the weather conditions. Ethan Lampe began the event with fast time in qualifying, posting a 49.598-lap to edge out four other drivers by a mere four hundredths of a second. Among those was Logan Toke finishing in the second spot after the timed session. Lampe was out of the race on the opening circuit of the 14-lap Prefinal, allowing Toke to control much of the race. Aiden Kempf reached the line first at the end. However, a three-second penalty for contact dropped him to second, moving Toke to the pole position for the main event. As the green flag waved with all drivers on dry Evinco tires, rain suddenly covered the track. It made for some exciting opening laps before the track eventually dried up and lap times fell to standard pace. Out front, Kempf controlled the field in the wet and the dry, leading all 24 laps for the victory to become the fourth different winner in four rounds. Toke was able to fight back to second after slipping down the order early in the race. Hard charger was top qualifier Lampe, coming from 28th to third. Fast lap of the race went to Kyriakos Sioukas in fourth, with Round Two winner and championship leader Dante Yu finishing fifth.
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