Rejoining Speed Concepts Racing (SCR) for the 2024 national karting season in the United States, Canadian Nathan Dupuis is set for a very busy month of January. After competing at the Daytona International Speedway for the World Karting Association event over the holidays, Dupuis remained in Florida and will now take on the Superkarts! USA (SKUSA) Winter Series, ROK Cup USA Florida Winter Tour, and the RTX Karting RMC Winter Trophy in back-to-back-to-back race weekends in January.
“I am ready to get the 2024 season started,” explained Dupuis. “I feel that I learned a lot through the last race season and grew both on and off the track. My performance improved throughout the season, and I 100% feel that I deserve to be fighting at the front of the field every race weekend.”
First up on the docket will be a trip to the AMR Homestead Miami Motorplex where Dupuis was a podium winner in December during the Sunshine State Karting Challenge. Returning to the Florida City facility, Dupuis will now battle the SKUSA Winter Series over the January 12-14 weekend. Remaining station the following weekend, January 19-21, Dupuis will trade in his IAME powerplants for Vortex ROK engines to battle the first round of the ROK Cup USA Florida Winter Tour.
Following the ROK event, Dupuis will pack up and head north to the Orlando Kart Center for the first round of the RMC Winter Trophy January 26-28. The international series, providing 2024 Rotax Grand Finals tickets to Italy in October, is set to be the largest Rotax series in the United States and one that Dupuis and the Speed Concepts Racing program have had their eyes on for quite some time.
As if three straight weekends were not enough, Dupuis will also be on track all four weekends in February including the RMC Winter Trophy, SKUSA Winter Series, Florida Winter Tour, and the Cup Kart North America program at the Charlotte Motor Speedway to round out seven straight weeks of national level competition.
Dupuis continued, “This is just the start of a jam-packed racing season, and I am anxious and excited to get going.”
Stay tuned to the Nathan Dupuis Motorsports social media pages for news, information, photos, and results from each race weekend.
For more information on Nathan Dupuis Motorsports, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Melissa Dupuis via email at Melissa@WorkSmartSafety.com or by phone at 519.819.9887. To learn more about Nathan Dupuis Motorsports, please visit him online via his social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by searching “Nathan Dupuis Motorsports”.
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