The Texas ProKart Challenge opened up the 2014 in style at the Dallas Karting Complex over the April 25-27 weekend. The Superkarts! USA and United States Rotax Max Challenge regional program welcomed roughly 200 entries on the weekend, including drivers from all across the country as well as drivers from Europe, preparing for the 2014 SKUSA SpringNationals. A prize package over $30,000 is set to be handed out this season, with many of the same drivers from 2013 planning for another run at championships.
The weekend brought some unique conditions, as the track gained a lot of rubber to increase the grip level throughout Saturday's action. A thunderstorm passed through the Caddo Mills, Texas area Sunday, bringing a wet track for the early portion of the event. The largest group of the weekend was the combined categories of Champion Racing/Intrepid S1 Pro Stock Moto and the Pole Position/DR Kart S2 Semi-Pro Stock Motowith 41 drivers taking part on the weekend. Texas PKC officials broke them up for qualifying each day, with 13 in S1 and 28 in S2.