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Apr 15

David Lee Motorsports Media coverage of 2014 United States Pro Kart Series

posted by Mike Maurini on Apr 15, 2014

David Lee Motorsports Media specializes in capturing the action of the world of motorsports with state-of-the-art high resolution digital photo and video imaging production equipment.

Our mission is to capture the history of the 2014 USPKS activities and provide competent media coverage of event participants, sponsors, organizers and public relations. Additionally, we will be forwarding each day’s highlights to David Cole @ e-Karting News for “Trackside Live” updates.

More images will be available for viewing and purchase after each weekend’s activities at our website; www.davidleephoto.com where you are welcome view them as often as you like.

Quantity discounts are available on any combination of files, photos or video items purchased.

Need more images? Contact david@davidleephoto.com to request additional images on file.

Apr 07

NEW SPONSORS AND FINAL DAY TO PRE REGISTER FOR 2014 USPKS SEASON OPENER

posted by Mike Maurini on Apr 07, 2014

The time is finally here. The start of the much-anticipated 2014 United States Pro Kart Series (USPKS) is just around the corner and support continues to pour in for their ophomore season. With the first event this coming weekend at the GoPro Motorplex in Mooresville, North Carolina pre registration closes today, Monday, April 7th at Midnight.

Series President Mark Coats stated, “It has been a long winter and we have been hard at work putting together an exciting program for the United States Pro Kart Series season. 2013 was a great rookie campaign and we are building on that momentum to make 2014 bigger, better and stronger.”

Below is some important information for the first USPKS event weekend of 2014:

To pre register for the first event, please click HERE.
*Please note pre registration closes today, Monday, April 7, 2014 at Midnight.

To view the entry list for the first event, please click HERE

To view the event timeline for GoPro Motorplex, please click HERE
*Please note that the United States Pro Kart Series has a testing ban the week leading up to the event. No competitor will be allowed on track at the event facility in any kart the Monday to Thursday leading up to Friday’s official practice.

“More and more companies in the karting industry are jumping on board as they believe in the USPKS program,” added Coats. “We are pleased to welcome Precision Kart Technologies (PKT), BENIK Kart, Praga and IAME to the program for 2014”

Coats continued, “We want to clarify some rumors in regards to the monetary awards that will be awarded to the six classes that are receiving money. This money will be awarded no matter how many entries that class receives, whether it be six or sixty. We understand that competitors and their families invest a lot into this sport and national events, and we are working hard to ensure that they are awarded for their results and support.”

PKT will provide twenty $50.00 gift certificates for the United States Pro Kart Series and the Route 66 Sprint Series. Four gift certificates will be handed out at each drivers meeting in each series throughout the 2014 season and four will be awarded to competitors at the year end award banquet.

BENIK Kart will be a new chassis brand to the USPKS program in 2014, as they will enter a talented team of drivers. Based in South Florida, BENIK Kart will be sponsoring the competitor cookout at the Mooresville event.

Praga Kart and IAME will join forces to send one lucky and deserving United States Pro Kart Series Leopard Pro participant to the IAME International Final in Europe later this season. Each and every race winner of the Leopard Pro division throughout the 2014 season will have their name entered into a raffle with the drawing being held at the conclusion of the final event. The raffle winner will receive free support with the Praga factory team as well as use of a Praga chassis, IAME X30 engine, tires, tent space, entry and fuel at no charge. More details on this exciting prize package will be announced in the near future.

Last but not least, the United States Pro Kart Series is pleased to announce John Motley as the Technical Director for the program. Motley, who has years of experience with several of North America’s top series, will be in charge of all post race technical inspection.

A few minor corrections have been made to the 2014 USPKS Rulebook and it can be found HERE. The USPKS staff encourages all teams and participants to read and understand the rulebook in its entirety.

Apr 02

USPKS Primer for First Event of 2014

posted by Mark Coats on Apr 02, 2014

With the first event of the 2014 United States Pro Kart Series set for April 11-13 at the GoPro Motorplex in Mooresville, North Carolina, series officials are pleased to announce several additions and benefits for their competitors. With discounted online registration, a complete weekend schedule, trailer storage on site and more, teams and competitors will be able to properly plan their event weekend well in advance.

“The support and entry numbers for the first event has been overwhelming,” expressed Mark Coats, USPKS Owner and President. “We will have a record number of entries at the first race and couldn’t have accomplished that without the support from our teams, competitors, sponsors and staff.”

Online registration for the entire 2014 United States Pro Kart Series will close April 1, 2014 at Midnight. The first twenty competitors, who enter the entire season in advance, will receive a free KartLift Pit Matt as well as have their name entered into a drawing for a free set of MG tires. Discounted online entry for the first event weekend of 2014 will close at Midnight on Monday, April 7.

GoPro Motorplex event weekend registration can be found HERE.

Due to noise restriction in the area, the United States Pro Kart Series and GoPro Motorplex staff worked together to adjust the practice and race day schedule. With karts unable to be on track until 9:00am, some minor changes were made to accommodate the city bylaws. The complete daily schedule for the first event weekend of 2014 can be found HERE.

The 2014 USPKS rulebook is now online and available for download via the USPKS website. The United States Pro Kart Series urges all series teams and competitors to read and understand the rules for the 2014 season. Any questions on the rulebook can be directed to Rick Jump, Kris Finke or Mark Coats whose contact information can be found on the USPKS website.

The 2014 USPKS Rule book can be found HERE.

The United States Pro Kart Series is also having a contest to design the cover for the hard copy of the 2014 rulebook. Keeping all USPKS competitors in mind, the front cover will be designed by a senior level driver ages 16 and older while the back cover is reserved for the designing driver 15 years of age or younger. Contestants will need to be competitors in the USPKS Series and contest winners will receive a free set of MG Tires for their efforts.

Online event registration for round one of the 2014 USPKS season continues HERE. Please be sure to register before the closing date of April 7, 2014 to avoid any late fees.

Mar 20

USPKS Prize Package Continues to Grow

posted by Mark Coats on Mar 20, 2014

With the start of the 2014 United States Pro Kart Series (USPKS) just around the corner, excitement mounts for their sophomore season. With multiple sponsors coming on board to provide cash and awards for the upcoming season, USPKS continues to grow and stake their claim on the national karting scene.

“We are pleased to welcome several new, and a lot of existing sponsors to the 2014 program,” expressed Series Owner Mark Coats. “We’d like to extend an extra warm welcome to the family to Mazda USA. Having their support in USPKS is second to none, and their involvement really has us excited to get the season started in Mooresville.”

Coats added, “We are also very pleased to have MG Tires, Vortex Engines, L&T Clutches, Franklin Motorsports and Comet Kart Sales as presenting sponsors for the series.”

Comet Kart Sales has also stepped up and will put their name on the Yamaha 100 Pro and Yamaha 100 Junior divisions. DRT Racing and AIM Sportsystems will provide awards for the Leopard 125 Pro Bonus and the Pole Position awards respectively.

MG Tires will be providing drawings for tires each and every race day throughout the 2014 season while Race Tech Development will give away fifteen $50.00 gift certificates towards media services offered by the company. L&T Clutches will also be giving away a clutch at every event.

Along with prizes and giveaways, the United States Pro Kart Series will be giving away the following cash awards as well as daily awards and podium giveaways to the top-five drivers:

LEOPARD 125 PRO
1ST - $1000
2ND - $500
3RD - A set of MG Tires
**$500 bonus to any driver who can win both Saturday and Sunday main events

LEOPARD 125 JUNIOR
1ST - $500
2ND - $250
** The top-two competitors with the best overall weekend points will receive cash awards

YAMAHA 100 PRO
1ST - $1000
2ND - $500
3RD - $250
**The Yamaha 100 Pro class is based on the overall weekend point total

YAMAHA 100 JUNIOR
1ST - $500
2ND - $250
** The top-two competitors with the best overall weekend points will receive cash awards

YAMAHA 100 CADET
1ST - $500
2ND - $250
** The top two competitors with the best overall weekend points will receive cash awards

MINI-ROK 60 CADET
1ST - $500
2ND - $250
** The top two competitors with the best overall weekend points will receive cash awards

MG Tires will also be awarding race day winners with unique #1 MG Tire race-winning hats.

The 2014-year end awards banquet is already beginning to take shape. All series champions will receive USPKS championship racing suits as well as championship rings. MG Tires will be awarding their all expense paid trip to the Granja 500 while all competitors in the top-five in the championship will take home a set of MG Tires. The United States Pro Kart Series will also be giving away thousands of dollars of gift certificates that can be used at your favorite USPKS sponsored kart shop.

KartLift and the KartLift Pit Matt will be giving away free Pit Matts to the first twenty drivers that register for the opening round of the 2014 USPKS season.

Online event registration for round one of the 2014 USPKS season sponsored by GoPro continues HERE. Please be sure to register before the closing date of April 7, 2014 to avoid any late fees.

The United States Pro Kart Series will continue to build on their already established prize package. As they continue to look for sponsors and supporters of the series, the second edition of the USPKS program is sure to impress.

Mar 18

GOPRO MOTORPLEX WILL OFFER FREE TRAILER STORAGE

posted by Mark Coats on Mar 18, 2014

The GoPro Motorplex will offer trailer parking for free after the WKA Race at Carolina Motorsports Park. Parking will be available Sunday from Noon until 7:00 PM and Monday 8:00 AM until 8:00 PM.
You can call the track office at 704-696-2926 with any questions.

Mar 16

GOPRO MMX PIT REQUEST

posted by Mark Coats on Mar 16, 2014

It's getting down to crunch time. If you did not make pit spot request when you registered, you can contact George at Franklin Kart by phone 262-814-5400 or fax 262-814-5403 or e-mail George at geo@dreamworkskarting.com
You can download the Pit Spot Request Form under downloads.

Mar 11

USPKS Announces Sponsors and Rule Book for 2014

posted by Greg Dingess on Mar 11, 2014

With less than twenty days to the start of the United States Pro Kart Series (USPKS), program officials are pleased to announce that the series, class and event sponsors have been finalized as well as the 2014 rulebook is now complete and ready for download. With the first event taking place at the GoPro Motorplex in Mooresville, North Carolina April 11 - 13 the start of the USPKS sophomore season is fast approaching.

“We have had several companies within the sport step up and support our second year of existence,” expressed Series President and Owner, Mark Coats. “The response has been overwhelming and we are looking forward to a great 2014 season.”

USPKS-2014-SponsorsTitle sponsors and supporters of the series include Vortex Engines, L&T Clutches, Comet Kart Sales, MG Tires and Franklin Kart while GoPro will be the event sponsor for event weekend one at the GoPro Motorplex April 11 - 13. With the second event at Michiana Raceway Park in Northern Indiana June 20 - 22, Verde Speed will be the primary event sponsor while Checkered Motorsports and Zero Error Racing will do the same at the Pittsburgh International Race Complex over the July 25 - 27 weekend. Heading to New Castle Motorsports Park for weekend four August 15 - 17, KartSale.com will be the event sponsor while Kartlift, Race Tech Development and FreeM will be the main supporters of the annual Champions Banquet on August 17.

Coats added, “I can’t thank the main event sponsors enough for their support in the USPKS program. Without them and our class and awards sponsors, we would not be able to put together such an attractive series for teams and competitors.”

In 2014, the Yamaha Rookie division will be brought to you by Switch Racing Engines while Yamaha 100 Cadet will have a headline sponsor of QPS Employment Group. Woltjer Racing Engines will have their name on the Yamaha 100 Junior class with Comet Kart Sales promoting the Yamaha 100 Pro division. Orlando Kart Center, a new sponsor to the series will be associated with the Mini Rok 60 Cadet class while Tony Kart dealer GT7 Motorsports has stepped up to present the Leopard 125 Junior ranks. Leopard 125 Pro will be brought to you by Franklin Kart with J3 Competition the primary class sponsor of the Parilla 125 Challenge. AIM Sports will be our ‘Fast Time’ award sponsor with Quickswim, Patriot Clutches and McAndrews Racing also supporting the 2014 season.

Last but not least, DRT Racing is sponsor the Leopard 125 Pro bonus for any driver that can complete the main event sweep on any event weekend. If a competitor is to claim the checkered in both Saturday and Sunday finals, they will walk home with an extra $500 cash in their pocket thanks to the support from DRT.

The 2014 USPKS rulebook is now online and available for download via the USPKS website. The United States Pro Kart Series urges all series teams and competitors to read and understand the rules for the 2014 season. Any questions on the rulebook can be directed to Rick Jump, Kris Finke or Mark Coats whose contact information can be found on the USPKS website.

The 2014 USPKS Rule book can be found HERE.

The United States Pro Kart Series is also having a contest cover for the hard copy of the 2014 rulebook. Keeping all USPKS competitors in mind, the front cover will be designed by a senior level driver ages 16 and older while the back cover is reserved for the designing driver 15 years of age or younger. Contestants will need to be competitors in the USPKS Series and contest winners will receive a free set of MG Tires for their efforts.

Online event registration for round one of the 2014 USPKS season continues HERE. Please be sure to register before the closing date of April 7, 2014 to avoid any late fees.

eKartingNews.com will also be providing its ‘Trackside Live’ coverage throughout the 2014 season. Working with USPKS announcer Randy Kugler, each of the eight rounds will have the play-by-play broadcasted through the EKN Live page, which also includes the live timing feed courtesy of Race Monitor.

Mar 05

Attention Mini-Rok Cadet Participants

posted by Mark Coats on Mar 05, 2014

Mini-Rok is considered a Cadet class. If a driver chooses to run any Cadet class, they lose their eligibility to run in the Rookie class. (move up rule) This only applies to the USPKS series and does not affect the drivers status in any other series.

Mar 04

USPKS Registration Now Open

posted by Mark Coats on Mar 04, 2014

Continuing to evolve for the racers after their inaugural season, the United States Pro Kart Series (USPKS) has launched their online registration. The national series continues to gain momentum as they head to their first official event of the season.

“We really wanted to make it easier for the racers,” explained Mark Coats, Owner of the United States Pro Kart Series. “All our teams, competitors and racers are able to register online via the MotorSports Reg website thus providing a convenient and efficient process of checking in track side. We will also offer special incentives and prizes for competitors who register early for the 2014 season. Cost for track side registration will be an additional $25.00. So register online to save money or register for the full season to take advantage of our incentive offers.”

KartLift has stepped up to support the USPKS program and will offer a KartLift Pit Mat for the first twenty competitors that enter for the full season. Pit Mats will be delivered trackside at the first event in North Carolina. The first ten competitors that enter the full season in the Vortex Mini Rok class will have the opportunity to purchase an engine package for only $1550.00, a savings of $500.00.

The benefits don’t stop there; competitors that commit to the full season up front will receive a $50.00 discount off the overall price. They will also receive season number reservation for no charge, another $35.00 value. To top it all off, USPKS will be awarding a free set of MG tires for every tenth season entry by random draw.

To register for United States Pro Kart Series’ first event, please click HERE.

Please note that full season series registration can be done by contacting Kris Finke via e-mail Kris.uspks@gmail.com. Full season entries are non transferable or refundable.

Any questions, comments or concerns regarding the United States Pro Kart Series registration website can be directed to Kris.uspks@gmail.com.

The United States Pro Kart Series first event of the season is fast approaching. Taking place at the GoPro Motorplex in Mooresville, North Carolina April 11-13, series officials are very excited about the progress and interest in their sophomore season.

Feb 13

ON-LINE REGISTRATION IS NOW AVAILABLE

posted by Mark Coats on Feb 13, 2014

The 2014 USPKS season kicks off in just over 25 days at the GoPro MMX Complex. On-Line registration is now available on line at motorsportsreg.com
For those of you who are interested in getting all of their registration taken care off all at one time & save a little cash, now is the time.
** Free Number Reservation. That kart number is yours with no questions or issues for the season. This is a $35 value.
** $50 dollar discount on full season.
** Free KartLift PitMat to the first 20 drivers who take advantage of this offer. This is a $79 value.
** MG Tire drawing. For every 10 drivers that enter for the season, we will draw for a free set of MG Tires.
You can't enter for the season online. Contact Kris at kris.uspks@gmail.com
Season entry is NOT transferable to another class or driver. Season Entry is not refundable.

Jan 24

USPKS Class Structure Announced

posted by Mark Coats on Jan 24, 2014

As the United States Pro Kart Series (USPKS) enters its sophomore season, the series continues to evolve and provide a solid structure for national level racing. Poised and ready to take 2014 by storm, the USPKS program has put in place a defined ladder of classes from Yamaha Rookie to Leopard Pro.

“I am very pleased with the class structure that we have in place for 2014,” expressed series owner Mark Coats. “We have put in place a defined ladder from the rookie division to the pro classes. For followers outside of karting, they can see this defined ladder and it will be easier for them to follow and get into the sport of karting.”

Beginning at the bottom and working the way up the ladder, the Yamaha divisions will be apparent, as the USPKS will run Yamaha 100 Rookie, Yamaha 100 Cadet, Yamaha 100 Junior and Yamaha 100 Pro. All classes will qualify on new tires and must use the same tires for the entire event weekend. While the Yamaha Rookie and Yamaha Cadet classes will utilize the MG HZ (Red) tire, the Yamaha Junior and Yamaha Pro ranks will run the much softer and quicker MG FZ (Yellow) tire.

Moving to the TaG divisions, there will be four different classes beginning with the Mini-Rok 60 Cadet class for 8-12 year old competitors.

“We are happy to have a premier series in the Midwest add the Mini Rok class to their program,” expressed OTK USA’s Andre Martins. “There is great participation at other series across the United States and I am confident that Mark and the USPKS program can build the class throughout this part of the country. Mark has a great program and brilliant ideas for the future and Vortex is happy to be part of it.”

From there, drivers can make the transition to the Leopard powerplants to compete in Leopard 125 Junior, Leopard 125 Pro and the Parilla 125 Challenge for drivers over the age of 30. While the Leopard 125 Junior and Leopard 125 Pro will utilize only IAME Leopard engine packages, the Parilla 125 Challenge division allows the use of both the Leopard and X30 engines.

Coats added, “We are not allowing the X30 engine in the Junior or Pro ranks in 2014 but are reviewing it for the 2015 season. The disparity and speed differential between the engines will raise the cost of karting and we want to provide an equal and level playing field for a national campaign, and not make it about who has the most money for the right engine package.”

The Leopard 125 Pro class will utilize the MG FZ (Yellow) tire compound and will be required to have a new set of tires for both event days. The Leopard 125 Junior class will qualify on new tires on Saturday and be required to use the same tires throughout the event weekend while Parilla 125 Challenge competitors will be required to qualify on new tires, and will have a total of six to use throughout the event.

“To help grow the Parilla 125 Challenge divisions, we are allowing drivers from 16 years of age and up. 16 - 29 year old non-pro competitors may compete in the class as determined by USPKS. Also, to decrease costs, any driver in the Parilla 125 Challenge division will have to declare their engine of choice and utilize that for the 2014 USPKS season,” continued Coats.

2014 USPKS Class Structure:



YAMAHA 100 ROOKIE
Drivers Age: 7-10 Years Old
Engine: Yamaha KT100
Carburetor: Walbro WA55
Exhaust: Spec RLV 7500 YBX
Weight: 225 Lbs
Tires: MG “HZ” Reds 4.60/4.60
Must qualify on new tires and race the same set Saturday & Sunday

YAMAHA 100 CADET
Drivers Age: 8-12 Years Old
Engine: Yamaha KT100
Carburetor: Walbro WA55
Exhaust: Spec RLV 7548 SSX
Weight 250 Lbs
Tires: MG “HZ” Reds 4.60/4.60
Must qualify on new tires and race the same set Saturday & Sunday

YAMAHA 100 JUNIOR
Driver Age: 12-15 Years Old
Engine: Yamaha KT100
Carburetor: Walbro WB3A
Exhaust: Spec RLV 7548 SSX
Weight: 310 Lbs
Tires: MG “FZ” Yellows 4.60/6.00
Must qualify on new tires and race the same set Saturday & Sunday

YAMAHA 100 PRO
Drivers Age: 15+ Years Old
Engine: KT100
Carburetor: Walbro WB3A
Exhaust: Spec RLV 7548 SSX
Weight: 350 Lbs
Tires: MG “FZ” Yellows 4.50/7.10
Must qualify on new tires and race the same set Saturday & Sunday

MINI-ROK 60 Cadet
Driver Age: 8-12 Years Old
Engine: Vortex 60cc TAG Engine
Carburetor: As supplied by Manufacturer
Exhaust: As supplied by Manufacturer
Weight: 242 Pounds
Tires: MG “HZ” Reds 4.60/4.60
Must qualify on new tires and race the same set Saturday & Sunday

LEOPARD 125 JUNIOR
Driver Age: 13-15 Years Old
Engine: IAME Leopard w/Factory 25mm Header
Carburetors: Tillotson HL334a, HL334ab & HL334aa
Weight: 330 Lbs
Tires: MG “FZ” Yellows 4.60/7.10
You must have 1 year experience in the YAMAHA JUNIOR CLASS to race this class
Must qualify on new tires and race the same set Saturday & Sunday

PARILLA 125 CHALLENGE
Driver Age: 30+ Years Old or 16 - 29 non-pro drivers (as determined by USPKS)
* If under 30 years of age, competitor may not run both Parilla 125 Challenge and Leopard 125 Pro. Also, if under 30 years of age and competitor move up to ”Pro”, competitor may not move back to “Challenge” without special permission from USPKS.
Engines: IAME Leopard 390 Lbs
Carburetors: Tillotson HL334a, HL334ab & HL334aa
Engine: IAME X-30 405 Lbs
Carburetor: Tryton Hobby 27-C / 2009
**Engine of choice must be declared before first official qualifying session of 2014 season. Competitor must utilize this choice of engine for entire USPKS season. If competitor decides to change engine model, all points attained up to that point of the season will be forfeited.
Tires: MG “FZ” Yellows 4.60/7.10
New Tires required on Saturday, total of 6 tires for the weekend

LEOPARD 125 PRO
Driver Age: 16+ Years Old
Engine: IAME Leopard
Carburetor: Tillotson HL334a, HL334ab & HL334aa
Exhaust: As supplied by Manufacturer
Weight: 365 Lbs
Tires: MG “FZ” Yellows 4.60/7.10
New Tires are required both days

Dec 20

United States Pro Kart Series and Route 66 Join Forces with MG Tires

posted by Mark Coats on Dec 20, 2013

Looking to provide an equal and level playing field for all of their teams and competitors, the United States Pro Kart Series (USPKS) and Route 66 Sprint Series program will make the switch to the MG Tire brand for all series classes. Proven to be successful and consistent in some of North America’s top karting series, USPKS and Route 66 drivers will enjoy the added benefits with an association with the Brazilian tire manufacturer.

“We are very pleased to put a deal together with MG Tires for both the programs,” expressed series Owner Mark Coats. “With our new relationship, all USPKS and Route 66 classes will utilize the MG tire brand. Not only will MG be on all drivers karts, but they will also award one driver from each series an amazing prize package.”

With the final prize packages for both series still being put together, MG Tires has stepped up to the plate and will award one competitor from both the United States Pro Kart Series and and Route 66 Series an all expense paid trip to the 2014 Granja Viana 500. Taking place at the Kartódromo Beto in the south of Brazil, two lucky and deserving drivers will make the trek to South America during late November to compete against the likes of Tony Kannan, Nelson Piquet Jr., Rubens Barrichello and Felipe Giaffone who all competed in this year’s event. Beto Carrero is the ‘Disneyland’ of Brazil with a wonderful park with an incredible race track and facility.

Coats added, “The Granja Viana 500 is like no other karting event in the world. It is a spectacle of drivers in full-bodied karts battling wheel-to-wheel for 500 miles. I have only seen photos and videos online but I hope to be able to attend next years race.”

With the announcement of MG being the official tire for USPKS and Route 66, two different compounds will be used. The Sportsman divisions will run the harder MG HZ tire, more commonly noted as the MG Red while all other classes will run the MG FZ or yellow branded MG tire. All classes will utilize the MG WT tires for wet weather conditions.

“The opportunity to work with the USPKS program in 2014 is very exciting for us,” explained Wagner Rossi of MG Tires. “Mark has put together an excellent program that promotes fairness and an equal playing field for all of their drivers. The promotion of a fun, family oriented series is something that was needed throughout the Midwest.”

Rossi continued, “We are proud to be part of the series and like Mark, we will work with and listen to the praises and concerns of the series participants to keep our product as good and reliable as possible. We look forward to building a long and healthy relationship with the series, drivers and teams.”

With several more announcements forth coming from the United States Pro Kart Series and Route 66 Sprint Series, please stay tuned for information regarding online registration, class, event and series sponsors, exciting prize package and information regarding the 2014 class structure and complete schedule.

For more information on the United States Pro Kart Series, please visit them online at www.USPKS.com or contact Mark Coats via e-mail mcoats.uspks@gmail.com For information on the Route 66 Sprint Series, please visit them online at www.Route66KartRacing.com or contact via e-mail to Info@Rout66KartRacing.com. For information on MG Tires and their wide variety of karting tires and compounds, please visit them online at www.MGTires.com.

For information on press releases or other media services offered by Race Tech Development, please contact Mike Maurini via e-mail at Info@RaceTechDevelopment.com or 317.270.8723. Race Tech Development can also be found on Twitter at @RaceTechDvlp as well as Facebook at their Race Tech Development Fan Page.

Oct 25

2014 USPKS Schedule

posted by Greg Dingess on Oct 25, 2013

With the 2014 racing season right around the corner, the United States Pro Kart Series is happy to announce its 2014 racing season event schedule:


2014 USPKS Schedule


April 11-13 - GoPro Motorplex, Mooresville, North Carolina

June 20-22 - MRP, New Liberty, Indiana

July 25-27 - Pitt International Raceway, Beaver Run, Pennsylvania

August 15-17 - New Castle Motorsports Park, New Castle, IN

The series banquet will follow the Sunday rounds at the New Castle event.