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  • Online Registration Now Open

    The website online registration is now open for the Texas ProKart Challenge event at Dallas Karting Complex May 3rd- 5th, 2013. Online registration is $95 a day (includes driver's pass), trackside registration is $135. 

    The Series Loyalty Package is $800, a 15% or $150 savings over the regular entry fee of $950.

    Texas ProKart Challenge uses Paypal's secure processing pages to process your credit card transactions. You do not need a Paypal account ot pay by credit card.

    Paypal bill me later logoOn the checkout page you will have an option to pay using a credit card, your Paypal account or use Paypal's Bill Me Later ® payment option with no payments and no interest if paid in full in 6 months, see Bill Me Later ® terms here.

    We have 10 new Vortex Mini Rok engines at a discounted price of $1,550 (plus shipping) for TPKC Series Loyalty Members. Puchase your Series Loyalty Membership then email to purchase your new Mini Rok engine.

  • TPKC 2013 Mini Rok Program

    mini-rok2Working in cooperation with Vortex, SKUSA has a fleet of new Mini Rok engines that will be sold at a deeply discounted rate to inject even more life into the class, one that boasted an incredible field of 68 pilots at the 2012 SuperNationals. This Mini Rok 60cc engine is the spec powerplant for the TaG Cadet class, and one of the key features of the program is the $3000 claiming rule that SKUSA employs, which eliminates the stigma of well-funded teams being able to benefit from hand-picked engines. The Mini Rok provides young drivers with the opportunity to run the Texas ProKart Challenge, the SKUSA Pro Tour and the prestigious SKUSA SuperNationals. Parents must commit to running the entire TPKC regional series and purchase a Series Loyalty Package (discounted entry package to all TPKC events) in order to receive the discounted price of just $1,550 (plus delivery) for the complete motor package. The retail price for the motor is $2,800. There are 10 Vortex Mini Rok engines available to TPKC racers at this discounted price, they will be sold on a first come first served basis. This incentive plan has been put into place to help support young competitors looking for a solid engine package in a strong and growing organization. Interested TAG Cadet parents should contact TPKC via e-mail () to apply for this discount engine purchase program.

    To further extend this program, thanks to significant feedback regarding the need for this adjustment, SKUSA has elected to open the TaG Cadet age window to drivers who will turn eight during the 2013 calendar year. This essentially opens the class to drivers aged 7-12. Should this interest turn into actual race entries, Kutscher is considering plans to offer a new TaG Novice class (ages 8-9) to support the new influx of young drivers into the PKC program. Here is a link to the SKUSA 2013 Mini Rok Supplementary Class Information (see pages 18, 19 & 20).

  • 2013 Rotax Challenge Rules & Regulations

    Burger King Challenge logoTPKC racers be aware that the 2013 USRMC / international regulations have changes and need to be read carefully.

    The 2013 USRMC technical regulations are available for download on the Go Rotax website at: http://www.gorotax.com/rules-and-regulations.html . These regulations also incorporate the USRMC supplemental regulations so please read carefully.

    You can find the most recent technical bulletins on the Go Rotax website also. These will be updated as changes occur to the regulations throughout the year.

    The 2013 Age Structure and Class Structures can be found in the supplemental regulation drop down box on the Go Rotax website, or click the link here: http://www.gorotax.com/rules-and-regulations/us-supplemental-rules.html

  • Texas ProKart Challenge Announces Micro and Mini NOLA Invitational

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     This November 13-16, the Micro MAX and Mini MAX categories will have their own championship event to be run alongside the Rotax MAX Challenge Grand Finals at the spectacular NOLA Motorsports Park, just outside of New Orleans, LA. The announcement of this event created a lot of excitement within the Rotax community. It also created a lot of questions by those wanting to participate.

    With only 34 spots available for each of the two classes, the main question people were asking was, "How do we get an invitation?"  The MAXSpeed Group, the US distributor of Rotax MAX engines and related products, is pleased to announce that a lot of progress is being made in the invitation process.

    burger king challenge logoTexas ProKart Challenge is very pleased to announce that TPKC has been chosen to be an official qualifying series for the Micro and Mini NOLA Invitational!

    The Texas ProKart Challenge Series will be held to the following guidelines and must average 3 drivers per class per race throughout the series to qualify.  Please read and understand the Micro and Mini Invitational Structure outlined in the following document.

    Become a Rotax member in 2013 and be sure to enter Burger King Challenge Series as your Home series!

    2013 Rotax Membership Form