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Great Lakes PKC

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Great Lakes ProKart Challenge

SKUSA Great Lakes Program Announces Addition of G1 OPEN Category
Monday, 13 May 2019 11:13

In response to the feedback from participants of the Great Lakes program, and the competition seen in the G1 category across the country, the SKUSA Great Lakes ProKart Challenge has announced that they will be adding the G1 OPEN category for the remained of the 2019 season.

“The masters categories are growing across the country, and we want to give them an inclusive, fun place to compete with multiple options to get drivers in the program,” said Great Lakes PKC principle Joe Janowski.

The format for the G1 OPEN category will combine multiple engine platforms run and scored together, allowing drivers to pick their platform based on both preference and weight. The format will be as follows:
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Race Report: SKUSA Great Lakes ProKart Challenge – Rounds One and Two
Thursday, 18 April 2019 09:35

(Photo: Karlie Jones Photography)

Superkarts! USA competition returned to its roots with the re-launch of the Great Lakes ProKart Challenge regional program, hosting Rounds One and Two at the New Castle Motorsports Park this past weekend. The four-race series will travel to three tracks this season, including the Concept Haulers Motor Speedway, CTECH Manufacturing Motorplex at Road America and closing out the year with a return to the New Castle Motorsports Park in early August.

Carrying the professional image and execution the SKUSA programs have become known for, the Great Lakes PKC series presented by HMG – TB Kart Indy will offer drivers of all experience and skill level a place to experience the next step of competition in an inclusive, fun environment. The new program, led by Joe Janowski, will be home to some of the best shifter and TaG racing the Midwest has to offer, and has already made its mark following the first event of the season.
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Great Lakes Pro Kart Challenge Releases Details of Inaugural Season Prize Package
Friday, 22 March 2019 15:37

To celebrate the inaugural season of the Superkarts!USA Great Lakes ProKart Challenge, the series has unveiled a 90,000 dollar prize package that includes race entries, tires, and many more exciting opportunities.

“We want to make sure racers and teams feel appreciated when they’re competing with us, and we’re glad to be able to offer such an extensive prize package in just our first season,” said promoter Joe Janowski.
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SKUSA Great Lakes ProKart Challenge Announces HMG/TB Kart Indy as Series Sponsor
Thursday, 28 February 2019 08:00

SKUSA and the Great Lakes ProKart Challenge today confirmed that Harden Motorsports Group (HMG) and TB Kart Indy will be the presenting sponsor for the 2019 regional championship. The news comes on the heels of the exciting news that Great Lakes ProKart Challenge will see a return to competition after a long hiatus.

“I couldn’t be more pleased to have HMG/TB Kart Indy as a partner,” explained series director and SKUSA director of competition Joe Janowski. “Darren and his HMG/TB Kart Indy outfit are first class through and through, and it’s a tremendous boon to the series to have their early support and commitment as our first event draws near.”
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SKUSA Confirms Return To Its Roots With Pro Kart Challenge Great Lakes Region
Wednesday, 12 December 2018 15:44

Joe Janowski will lead the Great Lakes ProKart Challenge program (Photo: SKUSA)

SKUSA today revealed its long-awaited return to the Great Lakes region with an exciting confirmation that a new ProKart Challenge series will recommence, beginning in 2019. The 4-round regional championship will begin and end at New Castle Motorsports Park, with stops at Norway and Road America comprising the 2019 race schedule.

The championship is spearheaded by current SKUSA director of competition — Joe Janowski, but really marks the return of the series to its roots, having come of age in the Midwest in the late 2000’s. “Surely, the latest generation of racers know me from the current iteration of the SKUSA ProTour,” remarked Great Lakes director Joe Janowski, “but the SKUSA roots run deep in our family. My father helped pioneer the early days of the organization and it’s a point of pride to see SKUSA thrive in the Midwest today. I couldn’t be more excited about returning the series to the area.”
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