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PRE-ENTRY OPEN
Will close on Tues, June 9 at 11:59 PM
 

Round 2/3 - Willow Springs Kart June 12-14, 2020
Willow Springs KART Track
3500 75th Street West
Rosamond, CA 93560
willowspringsraceway.com
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Event Bulletin Board

  • 5/28 - Swift, KA100 and X30 JR are now on the NEW COMPOUND Evinco Hard tires.  Med tire classes are still on the old compound.
  • The front gate at Willow Springs charges an entrance fee of $15 per person (will be good for the whole weekend). This fee is in addition to the PKC pit pass fee for crew or family members that you pay to PKC/SKUSA.
  • NOTE: THERE IS NO CHARGE THIS EVENT for Pit Spots or Overnight Camping (Thursday thru Sunday night)
  • No reserved pit spots – all spaces are first come-first served, starting Thursday at 9 AM. Sponsors can contact PKC at 951-491-0808 to discuss priority parking for this event.
  • Please follow current CDC Guidelines on Social Distancing and Face Coverings
  • Please limit attendees to drivers and crew only.
  • We've changed the venue due to uncertainty in the opening of Auto Club Speedway.

California ProKart Challenge

ProKart Challenge Round 4 at Monterey – Pre-Entry Deadline Approaching!
Monday, 08 July 2019 11:03
The Pre-Entry Cutoff For PKC Round 4 at Marina Airport Kart Track happening this coming weekend is tomorrow night, Tuesday, July 9th at Midnight PDT. All event info is posted HERE. Pit spots can be reserved HERE. Team tire orders are due by Wednesday, July 10th at NOON. Hope to see you all in beautiful Monterey!
 
Drivers Double Dip and Set New Track Records at California ProKart Challenge Weekend in Fontana
Thursday, 13 June 2019 13:48

(Photo: DromoPhotos.com)

The California ProKart Challenge resumed the 2019 season with the first ever two-race weekend in series history. Rounds Two and Three were held at the CalSpeed Karting facility on June 8-9 following the opening event of 2019 in Buttonwillow in March. Approximately 150 competitors navigated the ‘Tecnico’ layout under challenging-hot weather conditions each day, totaling over 300 entries for the weekend. A number of drivers were able to double up in the win column on the weekend in their respective categories, closing out the first half of the 2019 championship chase for the California PKC. Racers also made history by setting new track records in all California PKC classes on their Evinco Tires, as well as winning incredible podium and raffle prizes.
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California ProKart Challenge Set to Host Double Header Weekend in Fontana
Friday, 31 May 2019 12:08

The California ProKart Challenge hosts Rounds Two and Three on June 7-9 at the CalSpeed Karting facility in Fontana, California (Photo: DromoPhotos.com)

The California ProKart Challenge is preparing for a return to the track after two months off following the 2019 opening event at Buttonwillow. The flagship regional program for Superkarts! USA returns to the site of the 2019 SKUSA Pro Tour WinterNationals with a unique and first ever dual-round weekend, as Rounds Two and Three will be contested on the June 7-9 weekend at the CalSpeed Karting facility. Competitors will compete in a similar format to the Pro Tour, with optional practice on Friday, and then two separate race days on Saturday and Sunday. The track layout will be different from the March weekend, with competitors set to battle around the ‘Tecnico’ circuit. The weather is forecasted to be perfect racing weather, and the turnout is expected to be the biggest of the season.

The 2019 California ProKart Challenge kicked off its season at Buttonwillow Raceway Park on March 30-31. A number of drivers swept the action for the opening round, including reigning SKUSA SuperNationals winner Billy Musgrave. The five-time California PKC champion went unchallenged in the Croc Promotion USA/Mad Old Nut Pro Shifter category. Add in Micah Hendricks in the Musgrave Racing Company Pro Shifter 2 division, John Crow in the Alpinestars G1 Gladiator class, Nick George in S4 Master Stock Moto, Brett Harrelson in Bell Helmets S4 Super Master Stock Moto, Stuart Hayner in AiM Sports X30 Super Master, and defending IAME USA West Micro Swift champion Graham Trammell. All seven will attempt to continue their streak in the P1 position through the double race weekend in Fontana.
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Round One of California ProKart Challenge Contested at Buttonwillow
Thursday, 04 April 2019 20:28

X30 Senior winner Ryan Norberg (Photo: DromoPhotos.com)

The 2019 California ProKart Challenge began its season with the opening round held at the Buttonwillow Raceway Park in Buttonwillow, California under welcome sunny skies. The March 30-31 event was the first of the 15-year celebration for the Superkarts! USA regional program, and marked a new change in format that also seemed to be a big hit with both new and seasoned California PKC racers. The action was held on Saturday-Sunday and featured the new Qualifying-Prefinal-Final structure. Portions of the $120,000, the largest prize package in series history, were handed out on the weekend as 120 competitors contested the first of six rounds toward the championships in the 16 categories.
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California ProKart Challenge Set to Fire Up 15th Anniversary Season
Tuesday, 26 March 2019 08:14

Photo (DromoPhotos.com)

The 15th season of the California ProKart Challenge will be celebrated throughout 2019, with the program set to begin this weekend. The flagship regional program for Superkarts! USA opens the racing calendar at Buttonwillow Raceway Park in Buttonwillow, California on March 30-31. The 2019 season will be one for the record books, with a revised weekend format, a condensed six-round championship with a five-event schedule, and the largest prize purse ever offered up by the program.

Dating back to its origins during the 2005 season, the California ProKart Challenge was traditionally a two-day event held on Friday and Saturday of the weekend. New for the 2019 season is the shift to a Saturday-Sunday approach with an adjustment in the daily schedule format as well. Official practice begins on Saturday morning, with all categories being provided five rounds of practice ahead of Qualifying, which will be conducted at the end of the day. Sunday’s schedule will include a warm-up, with the Prefinal and Final to conclude each round early enough to allow competitors the opportunity to travel home before the sun sets. This new approach was formulated using the input and feedback from SKUSA’s racers and families.
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