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It is time for the annual Superkarts! USA (SKUSA) SuperNationals. Set to take place on the temporary circuit adjacent to the RIO All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Magik Kart USA will unveil a new look as they enter nine drivers in the popular Las Vegas event with six competing in the high-powered KZ class. With a new look and nine drivers, Magik Kart USA will aim for the top step of the podium at the prestigious SuperNationals.

“We have a new look and strong squad heading to SuperNationals 25,” expressed Andrew Bujdoso. “As we close out the 2022 season, we hope to do it with a win at the biggest North American karting event and build momentum towards 2023.”

With nine drivers in the team tent, six will come from the KZ class with the likes of Fabian Federer, multi-time 2022 race winner AJ Myers, Andrew Bujdoso, Tahlon Yokel, Annie Rhule, and Rock Island Grand Prix Champion Skitchy Barnes. Max Weiland will be the lone entrant in the Mini Swift category while Keithan Hutchins will do battle in the KA100 Masters class. Pulling double duty on the weekend, Tom Gestner will join Hutchins in the Masters category as he also will compete in X30 Masters doubling up on the track time.

Bujdoso continued, “We enter the SuperNationals with success in gearbox classes throughout the 2022 season. AJ Myers was the Vice Champion at ROK Vegas a few weeks ago earning the pole position and multiple heat race wins and is one of the favorites heading into the weekend.”

With practice beginning on Wednesday, Thursday will be the home of the ever-important qualifying session that will set the grid for Friday and Saturday’s heat races. Sunday is reserved for main events as the 2022 SKUSA SuperNationals Champions will be crowned.

For more information on Magik Kart USA, please contact Andrew Bujdoso via email to or Robert Bujdoso at Robert Bujdoso 330.233.3145. To visit Magik Kart USA online, please visit or follow them on social media by searching “Magik Kart USA”.

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