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With back-to-back race weekends, Team Crosslink is making another trek out West to compete in the Superkarts! USA (SKUSA) SpringNationals. Set to take on the Utah Motorsports Campus this coming weekend, the Texas based program has confirmed seven entries for rounds three and four of the SKUSA Pro Tour.

“We have a trio of drivers in the KA100 Senior class which has picked up in popularity across the country,” explained Team Crosslink’s Sean Owens. “This has quickly become the class to win, and I think we have the drivers that can do it.”

Throwing their hat into the mix of the KA100 Senior category, Team Crosslink has entered Dylan Towne, Reilly Cann, and Stepanova Nekeel. With three drivers that know what it takes to stand atop the podium, Team Crosslink will set that as the goal this weekend. Alex Stanfield will be the lone Team Crosslink driver in the X30 Senior ranks while Martin Stone will join Team Crosslink in the X30 Masters class this weekend. The long-time industry member and podium winner at the 2021 Florida Winter Tour will aim for the top step of the podium blocks in Utah. Joining Team Crosslink in the KA classes will be Nicholas Stouffer who will battle in the KA100 Junior class.

Owens added, “It is a busy time for us. From the F4 and FR races last weekend in Wisconsin to Utah this weekend, it has been a logistical challenge, but we are ahead of the curve and pretty well organized. We had some good finishes this past weekend in our car program and look forward to doing the same on our karting side this weekend.”

Be sure to tune into the Team Crosslink social media pages for news, information, photos and results from the event

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

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