MONROE, N.C. — American Kart Racing Association in conjunction with the Dart Kart Club and Woodbridge Kart Club has posted the updated class structure and technical manual for the 2023 AKRA / Hoosier Kartsport National Road Race Series.
These rules and class structure will be followed at this season’s four WKC-hosted races — Summit Shenandoah April Regional, NCCAR National, Summit Shenandoah July Regional, Summit Main August National — and the three Dart Kart Club-hosted AKRA Nationals (Mid-Ohio, Nelson Ledges, Pittsburgh).
There are a number of updates to classes as well as updates to the tech manual from 2022 versions. Competitors are encouraged to review each document and identify any changes to your division(s).
It is each competitors responsibility to be in compliance with the 2023 rules — weight, bodywork, floorpan, engine, driveline, exhaust, chassis, etc. Failures to be in compliance will result in disqualifications in post-race tech.
2023 AKRA Road Race Tech Manual — CLICK HERE
2023 AKRA Road Race Class Structure — CLICK HERE
Each document can be found under the Rules tab on the AKRA website’s main menu, as well as on the Road Race Series page and host club websites at dartkartclub.com and woodbridgekartclub.com.
Pre-registration remains open for upcoming WKC events, the April 15-16 WKC Regional at Summit Point’s Shenandoah Circuit and the May 5-7 AKRA / Hoosier Kartsport Nationals at the NC Center for Automotive Research (NCCAR).
Go to WKC’s RaceDay App for online registration for both events.
Print registration forms are linked under Registration tab on the WKC website’s main menu.