Ace Masters for Vegas SuperNats

A number of iconic Australian karters are off to Las Vegas later this year for the SKUSA SuperNationals. We hear well known industry members Kip Foster, David Sera and Jace Lindstrom are all heading to the USA – the thing is, they’ll be going head-to-head in X30 Masters!

Foster will race with PSL Karting aboard BirelART and will have Aussie tuner Neil McAuley on the spanners.

“I am deeply honoured for the invitation by Dominic Labrecque of PSL and I’m excited to work and race alongside this fabulous group of people” he posted on social media. “I am very thankful to Dominic for having faith in me, Michael Patrizi who makes it all happen and Ronni Sala of BirelART for his support.”

Kip Foster on his way to victory in the 2014 SuperNationals (pic – KA/ontrackpromotions)

Sera has confirmed to KartSportNews he is entered, but the deal for kart and team has yet to be signed off.

Meanwhile, Lindstrom will be heading up a team of at least five Pro Karting drivers, with the possibility of more being added.

Pro Karting’s Adam Lindstrom told KartSportNews that, in addition to his brother Jace in X30 Masters, they have Pip Casabene in X30 Junior, Kristian Janev and Will Harper in X30 Senior, plus Mark Seddon in X30 Masters.


“We are racing with Benik as we have had a really good relationship with Nick Mitchell and the team” Lindstrom said.

“This will be our fourth Supernats racing with them and we have had some strong results in the past, with Kristian starting on pole in the Final of Mini last Supernats in 2019.”

Ben Taylor (for Pro Karting/Benik) ahead of Coady Gorringe in KA100 Junior in 2018 (pic – Cooper’s Photography)

Lindstrom said it’s not too late to organise racing in Vegas. “If anyone is looking to race with us, we can sort it out for them racing under the Benik banner.” Interested parties should not delay contacting Pro Karting – (03) 9465 5340 b/h (website –

This milestone 25th edition of the SKUSA SuperNationals will be held at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino this November 16-20.

  • please note, this post does not claim to cover all Australians competing at SuperNats. If you’re heading to Vegas, let us know!