Dallas Karting Complex (DKC) is gearing up for the biggest race of the year – the SuperKarts! USA (SKUSA) SuperNationals 20. The event takes place November 16-20 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in the heart of Las Vegas, Nevada. DKC will be bringing a solid 16 driver line-up to the event, including multiple returning SKUSA race winners and champions. The team will pilot the Sodi Kart brand of chassis in the Mini Swift, TaG Junior, S1, S2, S4 and KZ categories.
“Heading into the biggest race of the year, the team and I are excited and ready to achieve great results,” explained Kevin Adds, owner of Dallas Karting Complex. “We have a strong line-up of drivers, including past race winners and champions, and I believe we have what it takes to put our drivers on the podium. We have the equipment, talent, and teamwork to accomplish great results at what is challenging to be the biggest karting event in the world.”
The DKC team will have a strong presence in the S2 category with a total of nine drivers entered. Austin Wilkins, Nathan Adds, Skyler Finley, Trenton Estep, Brady Ross, Casey Ross, Riley Dickinson, Colin Long, and Graig Alverez will all be working hard to drive their Sodi Karts to the front of the field for a shot at a podium finish.
In the S1 category, Jake French will be representing DKC. Fresh off a win in the Shifter Senior category at the US Open in Las Vegas, French will be pushing for another win to complete a Vegas double-header. Tim Ulmen will be competing in the S4 class. Luke Lange and Esteban Masson will be piloting their Sodi Karts in the Mini Swift class. Matt Stretch will be driving in the TaG Junior category. All of these drivers are in competitive categories and will be working hard to achieve strong results to close out their seasons.
DKC will have two drivers entered in the KZ category: Anthony Abbasse and Bas Lammers, both of whom are past SKUSA race winners in this category; Abbasse winning in 2011 and 2013, and Lammers in 2009. DKC hopes to put these two drivers back on the KZ podium this year at SuperNats 20, hopefully taking home the title once again and a cool $20,000.00 for becoming a repeat winner in SuperNats 20!
Adds continued, “The SuperNationals is a race that we look towards every year. It is the unofficial close to the karting season and springboards our racers into the following season.”
For more information on Dallas Karting Complex, Sodi Kart, and the DKC race team, please visit them online at www.DallasKartingComplex.com.