Miguel Lopez 2015 S2 Semi-Pro Stock Moto class champion Raul Guzman 2015 S5 Junior Stock Moto class champion Jak Crawford 2015 TaG Cadet class champion Riley Dickinson 2014 Rotax Mini Max class champion LanceLehrman 2014 Rotax DD2 Masters class champion Luke Waller 2014 taG Senior class champion

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TPKC 04 Jake FrenchJake French takes overthe S1/S2 championship lead with victory in Round Four
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rounds three and four contested at north texas kartway for Skusa regional and us rotax max challenge
KATY, TX (June 26, 2015) – The 2015 Burger King®/Texas Barge ProKart Challenge series - presented by 3G Kart Racing, Dallas Karting Complex and IAME USA West - held its second event of the season at the North Texas Kartway on June 12-14. The Denton, Texas facility is among the most challenging courses in the United States, and the 1/2-mile circuit kept drivers and mechanics on their toes all weekend. The Superkarts! USA and Texas Barge Rotax Max Challenge competitors contested the event during the daylight hours for the first time in series history after night-time main events were held in the three previous seasons. The championship chases are more defined now at the halfway point of the season, with a handful of drivers placing themselves into contention

Jordan Musser and Jake French dominated the opening event in Champion Racing S1/S2 Stock Moto, and continued in Denton. French was the driver to beat throughout the third round action. Qualifying first, French drove to the win in each of the heat races. Musser got the jump on French, who fell back to seventh in the opening circuit. The S1 driver fought his way forward to reach the second spot by lap nine. From there, he inched his way closer to Musser, coming up a half-second short with the former S4 Pro Tour champion taking his second victory of the year. Cody Jolly grabbed the third step on the podium with Nathan Adds and Austin Wilkins making up the top-five. French earned maximum points on Sunday with a sweep from qualifying to the main event. Leading all 16 laps, French won by 3.5 seconds over Wilkins with Adds in third. Musser suffered mechanical issues in the heat races, having to come from the back in the Final and reached fourth, just missing out on the podium by inches at the line. Harry Gottsacker filled out the top-five drivers.

TPKC 04 Connor FordWith two wins in Denton, Conner Ford retains the Rotax Senior point lead (Photo: DreamsCapturedPhoto.net) Connor Ford nearly completed the weekend sweep in Motorsports Development Group Rotax Senior division. Ford’s only blemish on the results was qualifying on Sunday. Saturday was a sweep, as he set the fast lap in qualifying and won both heat races. Thomas Beaudoin was able to reach the checkered flag first in the main event, but was moved back to the second position, handing the win to Ford. Spencer DeLeon ran to the third position. Sunday began with two-time race winner Gabe Bargas laying down the fast lap in qualifying. Ford came back in the heat races to score the wins, and then won the feature by over a second ahead of Beaudoin with DeLeon once again in third.

Logan Stretch made his 2015 debut in the Leading Edge of Texas TaG Cadet class that welcomed 15 drivers, nearly pulling off the weekend sweep. Stretch saw his perfect score disrupted in Saturday’s Heat #2 after qualifying on pole position and winning Heat #1. Crossing the line first, Stretch was penalized one position for an infraction. The Final was not decided until the final circuit, with Juan Pablo Cepeda challenging. Stretch took the lead on the last lap, holding on for the victory by just a tenth of a second over Cepeda. Heat #2 winner Enzo Scionti took the final step on the podium with Liam Flanagan and Chase Gardner completing the top-five. Stretch led the way to the main event, qualifying first and winning both heat races. Scionti challenged early on in the Final, until Stretch secured the point and pulled out to a 2.7-second advantage at the checkered flag. Scionti held off Dylan Hajicek for third with Alex Standfield fourth and Flanagan fifth.

TPKC 04 Logan StretchLogan Stretch doubled up in hios TaG Cadet series debut for 2015
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A number of drivers were in the hunt in the Texas Barge Rotax Micro Max division, featuring Noel Jesus Leon and Enzo Scionti taking the victories. Vittorio Catino set the pace in qualifying on Saturday, but Branyon Tiner took the opening heat win. Caiden Mitchell was the third different driver to land at the top, winning the second heat race. Mitchell led all 12 laps to cross the line first, but was penalized one position for an infraction. That promoted Noel Jesus Leon to the top of the podium, dropping Mitchell to the second step as Branyon Tiner ended up third. Scionti started Sunday as the top driver in qualifying, with again the heat races going to two different drivers, Tiner and Leon. Tiner and Scionti emerged as the lead duo, with Scionti able to edge out Tiner at the line to earn his first victory of the season. Leon drove to third, with Catino and Mitchell making up the top-five.

It is now four straight for Austin Osborne in the TaG Senior division after sweeping the entire weekend in Denton. Osborne led from qualifying to the checkered flag of the Final each day, earning maximum points toward the championship chase. Nick Martin ran second on Saturday with Graig Alvarez third in his 2015 series debut. Osborne ran away with the action on Sunday, pulling out to a five-second advantage in the 16-lap feature over Austin Kazuba. Alvarez was a close third with Martin placing fourth.

TPKC 04 Alejandro JaramilloAlejandro Jaramillo earned the victories in both Mini Max feature races
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Alejandro Jaramillo controlled the weekend in the Texas Barge Rotax Mini Max category, winning both feature races. Jaramillo landed his first pole position of the season, and won the opening heat race on Saturday. Double Katy winner Marcelo Garcia slipped by for the win in Heat #2, but Jaramillo responded in the main event. Garcis retired early, opening the door for Jaramillo to score the victory. Maxwell Waithman and Cash Tiner completed the podium. Garcia came back Sunday to steal the pole position in qualifying, with Waithman off by just 34 thousandths. Jaramillo was back in fourth, but fought his way to the front in Heat #1. He defended the top spot in Heat #2, and fought off a late challenge from Garcia for his second victory of the weekend. Waithman recorded another podium finish, this time in third over Tiner.

The AIM S5 Junior Stock Moto division welcomed two new winners - Ryan Patrick Lewis and Jake Bien - each making their first 2015 series start. Point leader Andrew Engberson led the way for much of the day with Ryan Patrick Lewis tailing him. In the final. Lewis made a last lap pass work, reaching the checkered flag first. Engberson settled for second with Broch Evans third for his first podium finish of 2015. Sunday was very similar, as Engberson was the driver to beat. Qualifying first, he won both heat races to land the pole position for the main event. Lewis trailed the Round Two winner throughout the day. On the final circuit, contact was made between the two with Lewis getting the brunt of it, and unable to continue. Engberson went on to cross the line first, but was scored behind Lewis. That promoted Bien to the top of the podium, with Austin Jeffries into second and Evans third.

TPKC 04 Austin OsborneAustin Osborne extended his win streak to four in TaG Senior
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Another driver named Lewis shined in the Chase Racing Rotax Junior category, with Ryan C Lewis extending his win streak to four. Lawson Nagel opened up the day as the top qualifier, going on to win the opening heat race. Lewis got the better of him in Heat #2, and the duo fought back and forth for the victory in the main event. Riley Dickinson made it a three driver battle, with Lewis edging out Nagel for the win by 62 thousandths at the line. Nagel qualified first once again when Sunday’s round of racing, with Dickinson the driver to beat once racing started. After winning the two heat races, Dickinson started the main event on the pole position. Lewis overcame troubles in the heat races to climb his way forward. My lap seven of the 12-lap event, Lewis was into the lead and drove away to a four-second advantage for his fourth straight victory. Miguel Ruiz slipped into the second spot, pushing Dickinson back to third.

Paige Evans scored both victories in the TaG Junior division. Max Stephens was the top qualifier for Saturday’s round with Tyler Orum winning Heat #2. Evans was the opening heat winner and went on to score the feature victory. Stephens placed second with Orum in third. Sunday, Stephens was again the best driver on the clock in qualifying, but Evans responded to lead the remainder of the day. Stephens was runner-up once again, with Cooper Heffley into the third spot. TaG Master saw Round One winner Ric Baribeault add two more victories to his 2015 total. Erich Polack won both heat races on Saturday, but Baribeault had the edge in the feature. Polack ran second to Baribeault on Sunday as well.

Harry Gottsacker add two more wins to bring his total to four in the Dallas Karting Complex Rotax DD2 class. Former Team USA member Nathan Mauel kept the pressure on all day, but was only able to score a heat win on Saturday with Gottsacker showing the way in the remaining on track sessions. Lance Lehrman was uncontested in Kart Racing Solutions Rotax DD2 Masters. Alexis Costa and Rod Clinard, making his first start of 2015, went back and forth in the SwedeTech Racing Engines S4 Master Stock Moto division. Clinard led the majority of Saturday, before Costa stole the feature race win. Clinard completed the sweep on Sunday, earning his first main event victory of the season.

The series is right back into action on July 10-12 as the program visits the Dallas Karting Complex in Caddo Mills, Texas. Registration is currently open at the series website with the $50 discount in effect for those drivers who enter before midnight on July 5. Additional updates on the 2015 Burger King®/Texas Barge ProKart Challenge series - presented by 3G Kart Racing, Dallas Karting Complex and IAME USA West is available at texasprokartchallenge.com and be sure to find Texas ProKart Challenge on Facebook.
Discounted Pre-Registration (Save $50) is now OPEN for the Burger King® Texas ProKart - Texas Barge Rotax Max Challenge, Rounds 5 & 6, July 10th - 12th at Dallas Karting Complex, just east of Dallas, TX.  Don't miss the chance to race at Dallas' premier kart track!

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TPKC 03 NTKThe Burger King® Texas ProKart - Texas Barge Rotax Max Challenge Series returns to the North Texas Kartway facility in Denton on June 12-14 (Photo: Dreams Captured Photography)


KATY, TX (June 11, 2015) – One of the largest regional karting programs is set to return back to action this weekend when the 2015 Burger King®/Texas Barge ProKart Challenge series - presented by 3G Kart Racing, Dallas Karting Complex and IAME USA West - visits the North Texas Kartway on June 12-14. Home of the North Texas Karters in Denton, Texas, the tight and challenging 1/2-mile course provides another exciting venue for the Superkarts! USA and US Rotax Max Challenge competitors as they take on the third and fourth rounds of the 10-race championship chase. The event will be held under daylight conditions for the first time in series history after a run of night-time main events in the three previous seasons.

The Champion Racing S1/S2 Stock Moto category, featuring 20 drivers at the opening event, has a number of champions at the top of the point standings. Former S4 SKUSA Pro Tour champion Jordon Musser holds the lead following his Round One victory. Round Two winner Jake French sits second, back by 75 points. Three-time S4 series champion Chris Jennings is third after placing on the podium both days in Katy. SwedeTech Racing Engines S4 Master Stock Moto has two drivers in a battle. Alexis Costa doubled up at the opening weekend, but Michael May is was right there both days.

TaG Senior has Austin Osborne at the top of the standings following his two wins at GCK. The opening weekend was a battle, as Nick Martin split the four heat races over the two days, and scored the fast time in qualifying both days to make the gap just 15 points heading into Denton. TaG Master was split between Erich Polack and Ric Baribeault, as the two head into the second event locked up in the championship fight.

Three drivers are in the early hunt for the Leading Edge of Texas TaG Cadet title. Destin Shields won the second round, running inside the top-four all weekend to stand on top of the points chase. Dylan Hajicek won on Saturday, and is just 15 points out of the lead. Enzo Scionti ran top-three throughout the event, including a heat race win, to stay just 30 points off Shields going into Denton. The AIM S5 Junior Stock Moto division saw two different winners in Katy as Luis Alfonso Perez Pena and Andrew Engberson won their first feature races of the season. Engberson collected the most points over the weekend, including a sweep on Sunday, to leave as the championship leader. Pena is back by just 50 points with Austin Jeffries, Broch Evans and Jacob Boubel still in the chase.

The Texas Barge Rotax Max Challenge portion of the series gives racers a chance to earn punches toward the United States Rotax Max Challenge Grand Nationals, set for South Carolina in August. For the April event, racers competed together aboard Rotax evo and non-evo engine packages. All Rotax racers competed for one set of trophies, however, two sets of points were distributed on the weekend, and then merged into the single class championship. The same format will continue at the second event, with the evo and non-evo engines separated by points after the weekend, racing for one trophy.

Chase Racing Rotax Junior category featured 20 drivers at the opening rounds of the 2015 season. Leading the way both main events was Ryan C. Lewis, who doubled up in the win column at Katy. When combining the two engine groups, Lewis leads by 55 points over Miguel Ruiz. Texas Barge Rotax Mini Max saw Marcelo Garcia double up in the win column in Dallas. Putting the two engine groups together, Maxwell Waithman also scored the same amount of points and the two drivers enter Denton tied for first.

The Texas Barge Rotax Micro Max division had Noel Jesus Leon and Juan Pablo Cepeda score the overall wins in Katy. At the top of the points however after combining the groups is Enzo Scionti. As the top non-evo driver, Scionti holds a 85 point lead over Leon and Cepeda. Gabe Bargas won both feature races in the Motorsports Development Group Rotax Senior division and leads the standings. Connor Ford and Thomas Beaudoin were runner-up in the two feature races, and are the lead challengers in the standings. Moises de la Vara ran uncontested in the Rotax Masters category, as did Lance Lehrman in the Kart Racing Solutions Rotax DD2 Masters. The Dallas Karting Complex Rotax DD2 chase has Harry Gottsacker at the top over former Team USA member Nathan Mauel with Gottsacker holding two wins thus far.

Additional updates on the 2015 Burger King®/Texas Barge ProKart Challenge series - presented by 3G Kart Racing, Dallas Karting Complex and IAME USA West is available at texasprokartchallenge.com and be sure to find Texas ProKart Challenge on Facebook.

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TPKC 02 Jordon MusserJordon Musser opened the season with victory in the S1/S2 Stock Moto division
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Gulf Coast Kartway played host to start of official SKUSA regional and US Rotax Max Challenge program on April 10-12

KATY, TX (April 17, 2015) – The 2015 Burger King®/Texas Barge ProKart Challenge series - presented by 3G Kart Racing, Dallas Karting Complex and IAME USA West - got underway this past weekend (April 10-12) at the Gulf Coast Kartway in Katy, Texas. Over 100 entries made up the Superkarts! USA and US Rotax Max Challenge categories offered for the regional traveling program. Challenging weather conditions kept the competitors on their toes, with a mix of dry and wet weather all day Saturday, followed by a wet morning qualifying session before the track remained dry to close out Sunday's action.

Read more: Opening Rounds of 2015 Season for Texas ProKart Challenge a Success

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Official SKUSA regional and US Rotax Max Challenge program set to begin new season April 10-12 in Katy

KATY, TX (March 31, 2015) – The 2015 karting season is ready to get underway in the Lone Star State with the Burger King® Texas ProKart - Texas Barge Rotax Max Challenge Series set to host the opening event of the year. On April 10-12, the fourth season of the program will kickoff at the Gulf Coast Kartway facility in Katy, Texas, welcoming racers of the Superkarts! USA and United States Rotax Max Challenge.

Read more: Texas ProKart Challenge 2015 Program Preparing for Opening Weekend

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