Event Countdown

June 12–14


US Air Motorsports Raceway Shawano, WI
May 22


posted by Mark Coats on 22 May 2015

We have had a lot of people request that we add the Mini-Rok class for the Shawano Route 66 Sprint Series Event. Since there has been very few events at Shawano in the past 5 years, we will add the class for the Shawano Event only.
We want to thank Allegheny Truck Bodies for sponsoring the class for this event.
The Mini-Rok class will follow the USPKS rules, weights, etc and can be found on the USPKS website.
This will make the days run longer for this event and I want to thank all of the help in advance.
Online Registration for this class is now available.
Thank you,

May 10

Shawano Workers Needed

posted by Mark Coats on 10 May 2015

We are looking for responsible individuals over 16 to sell pit passes at the Shawano Event. This is a paid position. Please contact Mark Coats @ mcoats.uspks@gmail.com or call 217-652-6275.

May 10

AMB Transponders

posted by Mark Coats on 10 May 2015

Just a reminder that we only have a limited number of transponders to rent, 24 to be exact. The track at Shawano does not have any to rent.
Starting at Shawano we will have new AMB Transponders for sale with the bracket and charger for $350.00. To guarantee that you get one, we are putting them on our registration program. You can purchase them on line and we will have them at Shawano for you.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

May 10

Shawano - Trailer Parking

posted by Mark Coats on 10 May 2015

Attention Everyone - For trailer parking, you must fill out the reserved trailer parking form that is available under downloads to the right. This INCLUDES SPONSORS. Please do this ASAP, the last minute rush takes up way to much time. Please get your forms turned in by May 31.
The other change is, you will be charged as you park. This eliminates tracking everyone down once the event starts.
All big rigs must be ready to park Thursday morning. Please understand the pits are very tight and we can't hold front spots if you are not arriving until Friday.
We have had several ask if they can leave there trailers for the USPKS race. We will work with you if you request it early and fill out the forms for both events.
Thank you for your understanding.

Apr 16


posted by Mark Coats on 16 Apr 2015

If you have registration questions about the USPKS, please contact the following:
Registration - Alli Long - Alli Long (alli.66.long@gmail.com)
Technical - Rick Jump - jumpracing@yahoo.com
General Questions - Rick Fulks - rfrf1@comcast.net
General Questions - Mark Coats - mcoats.uspks@gmail.com
If you emailed any older email addresses and were ignored, we apologize.

Mar 31


posted by Mark Coats on 31 Mar 2015

Just a reminder that there were several changes to the rulebook that was posted earlier. We have clarified several rules and pictures that were in question. We have also adjusted several weights. For example both Rookie Classes & both Sportsman Classes now weight the same. It's the competitors responsibility to know the rules.
Rulebooks will be printed and available at our first Event at Mid-State Kart Club. You can download the Rulebook under downloads.
The entry list for the events is also available under downloads and was revised this morning.

Mar 02


posted by Mark Coats on 02 Mar 2015

The Competition Age of a driver is determined by the driver's actual age at the start of the calendar year (Jan 1st). Any driver meeting the minimum age requirement to move up to the next level by the end of the calendar year, is eligible to do so anytime during the year. However, once they compete at the higher level, they may not move back to the lower level. EXAMPLE: If a driver is 15 on Jan 1st but will be 16 in July, he/she may stay in Junior or move up to Senior Pro (USPKS). Falsification of age will lead to disqualification or suspension.
* USPKS has the right to refuse a driver progressing to the next level if they feel it’s for the best interest of the driver.

Oct 10


posted by Mark Coats on 10 Oct 2014

The last two seasons has seen the United States Pro Kart Series become the top summer series in the eastern half of the country. Welcoming drivers from all over the country, continuing its focus on more track time and more fun, the 2014 season was a huge success for the series. Planning continues for 2015, as the schedule for the third season is confirmed, setting up another four-event championship at some of the top circuits in the country.

“This past season was a big success, with the numbers growing compared to our inaugural season in 2013,” commented USPKS series owner Mark Coats. “We welcomed a number of new racers to the series, and crowned eight class champions for 2014 at the New Castle event. Next year is going to be another big step, as we want to make attending a United States Pro Kart Series an experience that the entire family can enjoy. Helping to make that a success is selecting four outstanding race tracks for 2015.”

The third season will begin as the previous two did, hosting the opening rounds of 2015 at the GoPro Motorplex. The North Carolina facility hosted its first national event in 2013, welcoming the inaugural USPKS event. A duplicate of the Kartdromo Parma in Italy, the 7/10-mile course provides a challenge at every turn. The new circuit to the USPKS program is another demanding course, the US AIR Motorsports Park. Formerly known as the ‘USA International Raceway’, the northern Wisconsin facility opened in 2004 and hosted a number of major karting events over the past decade. The 1.1-mile course is a roller coaster for karts, with multiple elevation changes.

The final two events of the season will keep the series in the state of Indiana. Stop three is a return to the Michiana Raceway Park. Located just outside the South Bend area, it is the second straight year the tough 7/10-mile course is part of the USPKS program. The New Castle Motorsports Park is scheduled to host the series finale for a second straight year. At 1-mile long, the course puts the drivers to the test, and allows the engines to stretch their legs with the two long straights.

2015 United States Pro Kart Series Schedule
April 24-26: GoPro Motorplex - Mooresville, North Carolina
June 19-21: US AIR Motorsports Park - Shawano, Wisconsin
July 31-August 2: Michiana Raceway Park - North Liberty, Indiana
August 21-23: New Castle Motorsports Park - New Castle, Indiana

The Route 66 Sprint Series, the leading Midwest regional program, is also promoted by Mark Coats and welcomed a historic 2014 season. Record numbers throughout the year was seen in all categories, as the program will host a similar schedule for 2015. A five event, 10-round series is scheduled for the upcoming year, visiting five of the top facilities in the area.

2015 Route 66 Sprint Series
April 10-12: Mid-State Raceway - Springfield, Illinois
June 12-14: US AIR Motorsports Park - Shawano, Wisconsin
July 17-19: Michiana Raceway Park - North Liberty, Indiana
August 14-16: New Castle Motorsports Park - New Castle, Indiana
September 11-13: Briggs & Stratton Raceway Park - Dousman, Wisconsin