Thirty Entries for Team Crosslink Over Next Three Weekends of Competition

USPKS, TSRS and SKUSA Pro Tour in March

Team Crosslink is heading into their busiest time of the year, competing in karting and starting their FR and F4 programs this month
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To cap off a busy first quarter of 2021, Team Crosslink will be back on track in two different states, race in two different series and bring more than thirty entries over the next three weeks of competition. Competing at the United States Pro Kart Series (USPKS), Texas Sprint Racing Series (TSRS), and the Superkarts! USA (SKUSA) Pro Tour, the Texas based program will be looking to carry their momentum from the first two months of the season.

“It has been a busy, very busy, year to date,” explained Team Crosslink’s Sean Owens. “Our karting program is thriving, and we are about to kick off both our FR Americas and F4 United States Championship series at the end of the month. This is definitely one of our busiest months of the year, but we are not complaining.”

The first event on the schedule will be this coming weekend at Ocala Gran Prix as the USPKS takes their first green flag of 2021. With five drivers comprising of six total entries, it will be a quick turnaround to head to NOLA Motorsports Park the following weekend. Competing in the Texas Sprint Racing Series, Team Crosslink will bring the largest contingent of drivers with fifteen scattered across several racing divisions. The following weekend will see Team Crosslink enter eight competitors at the SKUSA Pro Tour as they kick off one of the country’s largest national karting championships. In a split squad weekend, the Team Crosslink F4 and FR programs will be on track at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta with a quartet of competitors.

Owens added, “This would not be possible without our drivers, their families and our awesome crew. Thank you all for your support.”

Team Crosslink Driver Lineup – as of March 7, 2021

United States Pro Kart Series
Ocala Gran Prix
March 11-14

Alex Stanfield – X30 Pro and KA100 Senior
Luke Lange – X30 Pro
Miguel Mier – X30 Masters
Braden Robertson – KA100 Junior
Aden Rudolph – KA100 Junior

Texas Sprint Racing Series
NOLA Motorsports Park
March 18-21

Reilly Cann – X30 Senior and KA100 Senior
Branyon Tiner – X30 Senior
Cole Morgan – X30 Senior
Luke Lange – X30 Senior
Miguel Mier – X30 Masters
John Berry – KA100 Senior
Clark Toppe – KA100 Senior
Carson Morgan – X30 Junior
Aden Rudolph – KA100 Junior
Nicholas Stouffer – KA100 Junior
Justin Music – KA100 Junior
Braden Robertson – KA100 Junior
Paxton Dyson – Micro Swift
Gage McNelis – Mini Swift
Asher Ludwig – 206 Cadet

Superkarts! USA Pro Tour
NOLA Motorsports Park
March 25-28

Alex Stanfield – X30 Senior
Luke Lange – X30 Senior
Reilly Cann – KA100 Senior
Dylan Towne – KA100 Senior
Gage McNelis – Mini Swift
Paxton Dyson – Micro Swift
Jake Giordano – KA100 Junior
Nicholas Stouffer – KA100 Junior

For more information on the Team Crosslink karting, F4, and FR programs as well as the Team Crosslink Academy Days, contact Sean Owens via email to Sean@crosslinkcompetition.com.

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