With the first month of competition behind them in 2022, Indianapolis based Supertune has entered February with winning on their mind. Traveling back to the AMR Motorplex for rounds three and four of the Superkarts! USA (SKUSA) Winter Series, Supertune will bring seven drivers across five IAME powered classes.
Two entries will come from each the X30 Senior and Mini Swift classes as John Burke and Noah Baker will take on the competitors in the premier X30 Senior ranks. Former winners in SKUSA competition in X30 Junior, Burke and Baker will look to take Supertune to the top in X30 Senior. In the Mini Swift ranks, perennial frontrunner Asher Ochstein will be looking for the top step of the podium as he will be joined by the always quick Gianmatteo Rosseau to provide a powerful one – two punch.
Multi-time Mini Swift race winner Diego Ardiles will once again be the lone Supertune driver in the X30 Junior class while Diego Guiot will look to climb to the top of the podium in KA100 Junior. Peyton Phillips will pilot a Supertune prepared Tony Kart in KA100 Senior.
“We had decent pace in January, but the results were not what we were striving for,” explained Ben Cruttenden. “February provides us with more events and more opportunities to stand on the podium and put the Supertune and Tony Kart logos on top.”
With unofficial practice beginning on Wednesday, Supertune drivers will have two and a half days of testing before official competition begins on Saturday with round three and continues through Sunday with round four. Stay tuned to the Supertune social media pages for news, information, photos, and results from Homestead.
Are you looking to join Supertune for March events in Florida? For more information on Supertune, race team opportunities in 2022, OTK product sales, or engine and dyno services, please contact Ben Cruttenden at 317.900.3141 or via email to Ben@Supertune.us.
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