EKN Trackside: 2019 Superkarts! USA Pro Tour SummerNationals Preview – Part 2

Large IAME single-speed fields set for New Castle Motorsports Park

The 10th chapter of the Superkarts! USA Pro Tour will see its final pages written this weekend as the series finale is set for the New Castle Motorsport Park. The New Castle, Indiana facility will play host for the 10th SKUSA SummerNationals, as the 2019 edition marks the fifth straight year that the Mark Dismore-owned facility welcomes SKUSA competitors, becoming the Midwest home for the organization. It’s also the third year in a row that SKUSA has capped the Pro Tour at the popular track, as the first seven seasons of the national series wrapped at the SuperNationals in Las Vegas.

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Rain shuffled things for the opening rounds of the SKUSA Pro Tour at the WinterNationals in southern California in March. Fast forward to May, and all the racing was completed before storms rolled into the Utah Motorsports Campus for the SpringNationals, as another exciting doubleheader of racing was put into the history books. Now, competitors find themselves with a bit of unknown as the New Castle Motorsports Park is opening up the extended ‘Iron Man’ course, rather than the ‘national course’ that had been utilized the past four SummerNationals at NCMP. The SKUSA Great Lakes ProKart Challenge opened the season with the configuration, and closed out the 2019 season last weekend with the final two rounds of the championship. The weekend provided a number of SKUSA Pro Tour competitors the opportunity to learn the layout in preparation for this weekend. Now we wait to see if the extra time will pay off when the final championship points are calculated on Sunday evening.

X30 Senior

Ryan Norberg put himself into the championship chase with two victories in Utah, going for a fourth-straight X30 Senior title (Photo: EKN)

As the SKUSA Pro Tour wraps up on Sunday afternoon at the New Castle Motorsports Park, everyone in attendance may be there to witness history. Three-time defending champion Ryan Norberg (RPG / Kosmic) is searching for a fourth title, an unparalleled achieved in SKUSA’s long history. The Florida driver holds a 186-point advantage heading into the final two rounds of the championship chase, leading now three-time USPKS champion Brandon Jarsocrak. The Pennsylvania driver sparked his run for the title with a move to the MDR / Tony Kart package at the SpringNationals, placing runner-up and fourth to Norberg in Utah. While the 186 points may look to be untouchable, a maximum of 320 points in each round sit there for either to take. Norberg did so in Round Three and Jarsocrak can cut into that deficit with two of his own. Norberg’s last win at NCMP in SKUSA competition came in 2016 when he won both at the SummerNats. Finishing second to Norberg in that first championship season was Jarsocrak, who has stood on top of the podium in two of the last four main events.

The battle for the SKUSA #3 plate is likely to go down to the wire with a host of drivers sitting within 150 points of each other. Christian Brooks (Nash / FA Kart) currently holds the position but he will be in Ohio competing in his F4 US Championship ride. That opens the door for Trey Brown (Nash / FA Kart), Hannah Greenemeier (RPG / Kosmic), Brit Oliver Hodgson (J3 / CompKart), Canadian Thomas Nepveu (PSL / Birel ART), Jacob Gulick (RPG / Kosmic) and Colin Neal (RPG / Kosmic). With the field being oversold past the 44-driver mark, there are sure to be those outside of the championship chase who will play a role in the weekend results. Franklin Motorsports’ Jake Venberg (Kosmic) and former SKUSA Pro Tour champion Brandon Lemke (Merlin) are both coming off victories at the USPKS finale. SKUSA #2 plate holder Samuel Lupien (RPG / Kosmic) is making his 2019 Pro Tour debut, and Sebastian Montoya (TM / Tony Kart) is returning to the USA after competing in Europe all summer. A fun fact: the only drivers in the field to win at the SummerNationals outside Norberg and Jarsocrak are Jesus Rios Jr. (Solo Kart) and Braden Eves (Crosslink / Exprit). Rios was a double winner in 2015 while Eves won opposite of Jarsocrak in 2017.

Provisional Entry List

No. Driver Team Chassis Hometown Country
313 Jenson Altzman Ruthless Karting Exprit Phoenix AZ US
366 Jacob Andrew Ocala Gran Prix Creston OH US
330 Phil Arscott Velocity57 Kosmic Portland OR US
349 Finnegan Bayliff Team TKG/Trinity Karting Group Tony Kart Batavia OH US
391 Cooper Becklin PSL Karting Birel ART West Linn OR US
365 Aaron Benoit J3 Competition CompKart Jupiter FL US
345 Daniel Berry VemmeKart USA Vemme Kart Flowood MS US
304 Alex Bertagnoli Kart Sport Noth America Kart Republic Lakewood IL US
335 Joey Brienza Nash Motorsportz FA Kart Golden CO US
328 Trey Brown Nash Motorsportz FA Kart Lemon Grove CA US
392 Elliott Budzinski Kosmic Ann Arbor MI US
323 Dylan Christie Mike Doty Racing Kosmic Princeton NJ US
336 Xander Clements Elite Karting Group Vemme Kart Woodstock GA US
352 Jak Crawford Nash Motorsportz FA Kart Conroe TX US
312 Pablo Perez De Lara RPL Ricciardo MX
301 Arias Deukmedjian Leading Edge Motorsports Praga Merritt Island FL US
394 Jake Drew Formula Works CompKart Fullerton CA US
306 Matthew Duncovich Kart Sport Noth America Kart Republic Islip Terrace NY US
334 Jackson Dunn Forward Direction Motorsports Compkart Littleton CO US
341 Braden Eves Crosslink Competition Exprit New Albany OH US
382 Tyler Ferris Team Ferris Racing Kart Republic Allenwood NJ US
329 Austin Garrison CRG Nordam CRG Davie FL US
308 Hannah Greenemeier Rolison Performance Group Kosmic Parker CO US
315 Jacob Gulick Rolison Performance Group Kosmic Vancouver WA US
307 Brennan Hanville Tony Kart Franklin IN US
319 Oliver Hodgson J3 Competition CompKart GB
380 Alejandro Jaramillo Crosslink Competition Exprit Dallas TX US
338 Brandon Jarsocrak Mike Doty Racing Kosmic Reading PA US
370 Danny Keirle Team Nitro Kart Nitro Kart GB
357 Worawong Komarakul GFC GFC San Francisco CA TH
375 Ricardo Lechuga Orsolon Racing Tony Kart MX
311 Brandon Lemke Franklin Motorsports Merlin Eagle WI US
317 Luigi Luciani Team Orion Racing Kosmic Plantation FL US
N2 Samuel Lupien Rolison Performance Group Kosmic CA
310 Jack Manzari J3 Competition CompKart Charlotte NC US
346 Bill McBrayer Team TKG/Trinity Karting Group Energy Kart Mason OH US
326 Austin McCusker Mike Doty Racing Kosmic Glen Head NY US
363 Matthew Mockabee MD6 Motorsports Kart Republic Dayton OH US
358 Sebastian Montoya Team Montoya Tony Kart Key Biscayne FL US
332 Billy Musgrave Croc Promotion USA/Mad Old Nut Racing Croc Promotion Riverside CA US
379 Colin Neal Rolison Performance Group Kosmic Peebles OH US
324 Thomas Nepveu PSL Karting Birel ART Oka QC CA
N1 Ryan Norberg Rolison Performance Group Kosmic Orlando FL US
399 Nick Persing Nash Motorsportz FA Kart Morgan Hill CA US
300 Edward Portz Nash Motorsportz OTK Corvallis OR US
320 Emiliano Richards RPL Ricciardo MX
337 Jesus Rios Jr. Solo Kart USA Solo Kart Miami Beach FL US
355 Lane Vacala J3 Competition CompKart Antioch IL US
350 Ben Varner Rolison Performance Group Kosmic Harbor Springs MI US
368 Jake Venberg Franklin Motorsports Kosmic Dallas TX US
314 Tahlon Yockel Comet Kart Sales Kosmic Mooresville NC US

X30 Junior

Freddie Slater put himself into the point lead in X30 Junior with a double win weekend in Utah  (Photo: EKN)

The X30 Junior field on the weekend is going to be just as big, with championship implications being followed with each passing lap. Two wins in four rounds help the chances for British driver Freddie Slater (Supertune / Tony Kart) to enter the weekend leading the championship chase. The advantage is 133 points over Round Two victor Branyon Tiner (RPG / Kosmic) as the Texan was unable to reach the podium in Utah. A close third is Josh Pierson (RPG / Kosmic), who earned his first SKUSA podium at Round Four. Canadian Dale Curran (Nash / Kosmic) won the opening round and is fourth in the point standings, 170 points out of first.

With the new layout for the SummerNationals, it could help to spread out the Junior fields even more despite the large draft factor that New Castle provides. Either way, the large field will provide a number of contenders gunning for victory. International drivers Brent Crews (KSNA / FA Kart) and Luca Mars (SCR / Tony Kart) won during the USPKS weekend. Among those projected to be in the hunt this weekend include John Burke (Supertune / Tony Kart), Cole and Carson Morgan (LAK / Tony Kart), Noel Leon (CRG Nordam), and Santiago Trisini (KSNA / Kart Republic).

Provisional Entry List

No. Driver Team Chassis Hometown Country
715 Thomas Annunziata Team Ferris Racing Kosmic Colts Neck NJ US
743 Joey Atanasio D-max Motorsports Tony Kart Windermere FL US
749 Noah Baker Speed Concepts Racing Tony Kart Pinehurst TX US
710 Dylan Beckwith Mike Doty Racing Kosmic Riverside CT US
717 Paul Bocuse Speed Concepts Racing Tony Kart Orlando FL US
774 John Burke Iron Rock Motorsports Tony Kart Carrollton TX US
759 Juan Pablo Cepeda CRG Nordam CRG MX
708 Chloe Chambers Mike Doty Racing Kosmic Monroe NY US
737 Diego Contecha Orsolon Racing Tony Kart CO
732 McKenzy Cresswell Supertune USA Tony Kart Cedar Park TX GB
770 Brent Crews Kart Sport Noth America Kart Republic Denver NC US
791 Dale Curran Nash Motorsportz FA Kart CA
720 Andres Perez De Lara RPL Ricciardo MX
771 Emerson Fittipaldi Fittipaldi Racing Team Tony Kart Key Biscayne FL BR
723 Artie Flores Fittipaldi Racing Team Tony Kart Spring TX MX
730 Kyle Ford Comet Kart Sales Kosmic Needham IN US
779 Aidan Fox Mike Doty Racing Exprit Redding CT US
758 Jorge Garciarce Team Montoya Tony Kart MX
733 Chase Gardner Crosslink Competition Exprit Prosper TX US
799 Jose Garfias RPL Ricciardo MX
724 Santiago Hernandez AM Racing Team Exprit MX
789 Ethan Ho APM Racing Tony Kart City of Industry CA US
707 Jack Jeffers Orsolon Racing Tony Kart San Antonio TX US
767 Hayden Jones Team Nitro Kart Nitro Kart Matthews NC US
761 Luke Lange Speed Concepts Racing Tony Kart Dallas TX US
719 Noel Leon CRG Nordam CRG Celina TX MX
798 Jason Leung Rolison Performance Group Kosmic CA
747 Luca Mars Speed Concepts Racing Tony Kart Sewickley PA US
709 George Megennis Orsolon Racing Tony Kart Cortlandt Manor NY US
703 Ignacio Montenegro Nash Motorsportz Tony Kart AR
787 Carson Morgan Team Felon Tony Kart Anaheim CA US
763 Cole Morgan Team Felon Tony Kart Anahaim CA US
739 Bryson Morris Rolison Performance Group Kosmic Mount Juliet TN US
780 Frankie Mossman Formula Works CompKart La Verne CA US
704 Blake Nash Nash Motorsportz FA Kart Riverside CA US
712 Marcello Paniccia Team Benik Kosmic CA
756 Jace Park Speed Concepts Racing Tony Kart Overland Park KS US
714 Josh Pierson Rolison Performance Group Kosmic Wilsonville OR US
700 Jonathon Portz Nash Motorsportz OTK Corvallis OR US
760 Annie Rhule Checkered Motorsports Energy Kart Pittsburgh PA US
797 Emiliano Rodriguez Orsolon Racing Tony Kart MX
776 Ryan Shehan Crosslink Competition Exprit Cedar Park TX US
777 Kyffin Simpson Speed Concepts Racing Tony Kart Middletown NY BB
727 Freddie Slater Supertune USA Tony Kart GB
769 Branyon Tiner Rolison Performance Group Tony Kart Angleton TX US
773 Santiago Trisini Kartsport North America Kart Republic Key Biscayne FL VE
772 Connor Zilisch Team Felon Tony Kart Matthews NC US
753 Ericko Zuniga Team Montoya Tony Kart MX

KA100 Senior

Blake Hunt leads the KA100 Senior title chase heading to New Castle (Photo: EKN)

Photo finishes have become the norm at New Castle in most divisions, and the same is expected as SKUSA Pro Tour makes it debut with the KA100 Senior class at the facility. Those final inches at the line could be the difference between a championship or the SKUSA #2 plate as we have five drivers sitting within 92 points of each other at the top of the standings. Newly-crowned USPKS champion Blake Hunt (KSNA / Tony Kart) holds the point lead thanks to two runner-up finishes at the SpringNationals, yet he has zero SKUSA wins going into the weekend. Hunt won in a photo finish at the USPKS finale, and leads by 17 points over Nick Persing (Nash / FA Kart). The Californian has similar results to Hunt, placing runner-up in both rounds at the WinterNationals with no wins on the year. Austin Osborne (IRM / Kosmic) is the lone race winner in the title chase, victorious at Round Two. The Texan suffered a DNF in Utah, costing him the point lead after four rounds. Nick Ramirez (PGR / Ricciardo) and Christopher Martin (Crosslink / Exprit) complete the top-five in the standings, still with a chance at the title.

The biggest factor in the championship hunt for those drivers is where the remainder of the field drops in. Round Three winner Joshua Fine (MSquared / Kosmic) is making the haul from Utah to compete in Indiana. Arie Venberg (Franklin / Kosmic), Pauly Massimino (MDR / Kosmic) and local stars Garrett Adams (Comet / FA Kart) and Matthew Mockabee (Comet / Kart Republic) are all making their first SKUSA Pro Tour starts on the season. In addition, Indy 500 driver Pippa Mann (Franklin / Merlin) is set for her first start in the KA100 category after racing X30 Master at the SuperNationals the past few seasons.

Provisional Entry List

No. Driver Team Chassis Hometown Country
904 Garrett Adams Comet Kart Sales FA Kart Greenfield IN US
937 Ian Bushey Elite Karting Group Vemme Kart Annandale VA US
915 Daniel Eaton HRT Driver Development Kosmic Carlsbad CA US
976 Everest Fedler Forward Direction Motorsports CompKart Denver CO US
920 Joshua Fine Real Fine Racing Kosmic Park City UT US
917 Blake Hunt Tony Kart Mooresville NC US
919 Ayrton Littel Scuderia Littel OTK Tooele UT US
941 Emory Lyda Team Nitro Kart Nitro Kart Concord NC US
963 Pippa Mann Franklin Motorsports Kosmic Indianapolis IN GB
902 Nathan Martin Nash Motorsportz FA Kart Westminster CO US
911 Christopher Martin Crosslink Competition OTK Daly City CA US
908 Pauly Massimino Mike Doty Racing Kosmic Indian Trail NC US
901 John McCusker Mike Doty Racing Tony Kart Glen Head NY
968 Matthew Mockabee MD6 Motorsports Kart Republic Dayton OH US
921 Austin Osborne Iron Rock Motorsports Kosmic Houston TX US
924 Nick Persing Nash Motorsportz FA Kart Morgan Hill CA US
932 Ethan Raap M2 Tony Kart Salt Lake City UT US
905 Nick Ramirez Phil Giebler Racing Ricciardo Riverside CA US
940 Alex Siragusa Formula Works CompKart Anaheim CA US
977 Arie Venberg Franklin Motorsports Kosmic Dallas TX US

KA100 Junior

Ethan Ho remains the driver at the top of the KA100 Junior standings thanks to his two wins at the WinterNats (Photo: EKN)

Only two drivers have been able to win in the debut of the KA100 Junior class on the SKUSA Pro Tour. Ethan Ho (APM / Tony Kart) opened up as the inaugural winner, sweeping the main events at the WinterNationals before Brent Crews (KSNA / Kart Republic) made his debut in the category with two wins at the SpringNationals. Ho has led the championship from the beginning, and enters the SummerNationals holding a 27-point advantage over Kyffin Simpson (SCR / Tony Kart). Connor Zilisch (LAK / Tony Kart) is only 46 points back, making it a three-driver fight for the title. Simpson grabbed a victory at the USPKS event two weeks ago with Zilisch right there throughout the weekend. Ho competed as well, and found himself fighting outside the top-five both days.

Crews did not compete at the WinterNationals, and thus trails by a large margin in the chase, but comes off a championship at the USPKS program in the class. Throw in local Logan Adams (Comet / FA Kart) and the rest of the largest field of the season, and things are sure to come down to a photo finish in both the main events and the title chase.

Provisional Entry List

No. Driver Team Chassis Hometown Country
812 Logan Adams Comet Kart Sales FA Kart Greenfield IN US
880 Chloe Chambers Mike Doty Racing Kosmic Monroe NY US
850 Andrew Chapman Formula Works Compkart Pasadena CA US
891 Brent Crews Kart Sport Noth America Kart Republic Denver NC US
818 Danny Dyszelski Team Nitro Kart Tony Kart Charlotte NC US
859 Rowan Gill Mike Doty Racing Kosmic Fairfield CT US
868 Ethan Ho APM Racing Tony Kart City of Industry CA US
841 Adam Maxwell Top Kart USA Top Kart Greenwood IN US
860 Rye Myers Forward Direction Motorsports OTK Loveland CO US
849 Dylan Peck Rolison Performance Group Kosmic Sandy UT US
809 Camryn Reed RMS, Mindshift Financial, CMR Tony Kart Youngsville LA US
803 Cole Schroeder Ruthless Karting Exprit Bozeman MT US
882 Hallie Schroeder Ruthless Karting Exprit Bozeman MT US
821 Caleb Shrader Rolison Performance Group Kosmic Tigard OR US
877 Kyffin Simpson Speed Concepts Racing Tony Kart Middletown NY BB
857 Logan Toke Team PKS Ricciardo San Luis Obispo CA US
833 Tyler Wettengel Kart Sport Noth America FA Kart Davidson NC US
808 AJ Zarcone Yesnick Racing Fullerton Las Vegas NV US
872 Connor Zilisch Team Felon Tony Kart Matthews NC US

Mini Swift

Kai Sorensen looks to become the first to earn a Micro Swift and Mini Swift title at the SKUSA Pro Tour (Photo: EKN)

Likely the tightest fields week in, week out, the Mini Swift class is sure to provide some drama throughout the weekend at the SummerNationals. A total of six drivers sit within 174 points going into the final two rounds of the championship. The top three are all under the same Supertune / Tony Kart tent. Kai Sorensen and Enzo Deligny sit atop of the standings, each coming off victory at the SpringNationals with Anderson Leonard only 108 points out of first. Fresh off his USPKS championship, Christian Miles (KSNA / Kart Republic) is hungry for more, only trailing by 109 points. Nitro Kart teammates Parker DeLong and two-time WinterNationals winner Sebastian Ng round out the top six fighting for the title. Jack Jeffers (Orsolon / Tony Kart) was third in the standings, but elected to move up to the Junior ranks for the weekend.

The Mini Swift field is nearly sold out with the same top contenders ready for battle. Look for Caleb Gafrarar (PSL / Birel ART), Jesus Vasquez Jr. (PKS / Ricciardo), Cameron Weinberg (Nitro Kart), Max Garcia (KSNA / Kart Republic), and Cameron Brinkman (Franklin / Merlin) to all factor into the battle for the victories.

Provisional Entry List

No. Driver Team Chassis Hometown Country
161 Dylan Archer Forward Direction Motorsports CompKart Henderson CO US
178 Ethan Ayars Kart Sport Noth America Kart Republic Weatherby Lake MO US
180 Donovan Bonilla Orsolon Racing Benik MX
198 Cameron Brinkman Franklin Motorsports Merlin Springfield IL US
105 Miguel Costa MC Racing Parolin Miami Beach FL US
123 Michael Costello Team Benik Benik Dallas PA US
151 Elliot Cox CRG Nordam CRG Indianapolis IN US
174 Enzo Deligny 2 Wild Karting / Supertune Tony Kart Los Angeles CA FR
129 Parker DeLong Team Nitro Kart Nitro Kart Glendale AZ US
186 Ava Dobson Franklin Motorsports Merlin Franklin WI US
100 Santiago Duran League City TX US
122 Archer Eversman Forward Direction Motorsports Tony Kart Henderson CO US
144 Caleb Gafrarar PSL Karting Birel ART Midland NC US
140 Max Garcia Kart Sport Noth America Kart Republic Coconut Grove FL US
179 Sebastian Garzon AM Racing Team Exprit CO
158 Salim Hanna Team Montoya Tony Kart CO
107 Miles Hewitt CRG Nordam CRG Houston TX
120 Dane Idelson PSL Karting Ricciardo Pacific Palisades CA US
117 Oscar Iliffe Iron Rock Motorsports Tony Kart Austin TX US
155 Ayden Ingratta Speed Concepts Racing Tony Kart CA
131 Austin Jurs Franklin Motorsports Merlin Union IL US
124 Anderson Leonard Supertune USA Tony Kart St. Petersburg FL US
125 Fernando Luque RPL Ricciardo MX
127 Helio Meza Fullerton Spring TX US
170 Christian Miles Kartsport North America Kart Republic Paloma IL US
113 Ryan Miller Team TKG/Trinity Karting Group Tony Kart Batavia OH US
190 Sebastian Ng Team Nitro Kart Nitro Kart PA
126 Matias Orjuela Praga Praga Miami FL US
133 Xander Reed Supertune USA Tony Kart Granbury TX US
112 Ivanna Richards RPL Ricciardo MX
130 Mario Said Team Montoya Tony Kart Culver City CA MX
102 Santiago Said Team Montoya Tony Kart Culver City CA MX
114 Cooper Shipman Iron Rock Motorsports FA Kart Austin TX US
N3 Kai Sorensen Supertune USA Tony Kart Lodi CA US
191 Lucas Szabo Supertune USA Tony Kart Ridgewood NY US
177 Jesus Vasquez, Jr. Team PKS Ricciardo Rancho Cucamonga CA US
137 Cameron Weinberg Team Nitro Kart Nitro Kart Carrollton GA US

Micro Swift

Jack Iliffe is in control of the Micro Swift title chase heading into New Castle (Photo: EKN)

The Micro Swift division has grown throughout the season, and is set to welcome its largest field of the year at nearly 20 drivers. Jack Iliffe (Tony Kart) leads the championship with a double-win weekend in Utah. The Texan is coming off a broken wrist from late June, bouncing back with solid finishes in the last two USPKS weekends. The top two challengers – both within 74 points – are last year’s California ProKart Challenge champion Graham Trammell (Kosmic) and Logan Chambers (Ricciardo), each winners at the SpringNationals. Toss in the top three drivers in the USPKS championship as Nitro Kart drivers Aryton Grim, Spencer Conrad and Carson Weinberg all making their 2019 SKUSA Pro Tour debut, and the fight at the front should be exciting.

Provisional Entry List

No. Driver Team Chassis Hometown Country
63 G3 Argyros Speed Factory Nitro Kart Newport Beach CA US
29 Alan Bonilla Orsolon Racing Benik MX
57 Charlie Bradbury Crosslink Competition Exprit Highland Park TX US
41 Sarah Bradley A-Maxx Racing Top Kart Fishers IN US
13 Logan Chambers Team PKS Ricciardo Bakersfield CA US
77 Spencer Conrad Team Nitro Kart Nitro Kart Suffolk VA US
21 Aryton Grim CRP Racing/Nitro Kart Nitro Kart Hilliard OH US
44 Jack Iliffe Iron Rock Motorsports Tony Kart Austin TX US
87 Alex Mercado Parolin Washington UT US
49 Asher Ochstein Team Benik Benik Saint Petersburg FL GB
15 Austin Olds A-Maxx Racing / TopKart USA Top Kart Terre Haute IN US
34 Jase Petty Comet Kart Sales Energy Kart Oakland IL US
17 Indy Ragan Franklin Motorsports Merlin Eagle Lake MN
27 Alfie Slater Supertune USA Tony Kart GB
45 Caleb Tarter Comet Kart Sales Nitro Kart Winchester IN US
33 Ethan Thomason Crosslink Competition Exprit Southlake TX US
99 Graham Trammell Rolison Performance Group Kosmic Springfield OR US
90 Sam Tutwiler Team Nitro Kart Nitro Kart Fishers IN
79 Erik Dane Van Dyck CRP Racing/Nitro Kart Nitro Kart Greenwood IN US
84 Carson Weinberg Team Nitro Kart Nitro Kart Carrolton GA US
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