Caleb Gafrarar Brings Stellar 2022 IAME Season into SKUSA SuperNationals

With multiple race wins and championships to his credit in 2022, Caleb Gafrarar is entering the 25th annual Superkarts! USA (SKUSA) with one goal. Already earning the IAME USA National Finals Championship, SKUSA Pro Tour, and United States Pro Kart Series titles in X30 Junior, Gafrarar enters the SuperNationals located at the RIO All-Suite Hotel & Casino with momentum on his side.

Making his sixth start at the SuperNationals, with three podium results to date, Gafrarar had this to say going into the race week, “Honestly, with the success that we have had in our IAME program this season, anything less than a win would be a disappointment. This is one race that I want to win badly, and I feel this year is the best opportunity that I have ever had.”

Earning a pair of top-five results last week at the ROK Cup USA ROK Vegas event in the same RIO Hotel parking lot, a new track configuration greets the Rolison Performance Group (RPG) driver this weekend in his quest for SuperNats glory.

Gafrarar continued, “I am anxious to get the week started but also understand the importance of finishing every heat race. A DNF can severely hurt my chance at a victory on Sunday, and I want to make sure that I am in the best position possible to earn the title of SuperNationals Champion.”

Set to hit the track Wednesday, Gafrarar will take part in practice before a few additional practice sessions on Thursday lead straight into the ever-important SuperNats qualifying. Heat races will take place on Friday and Saturday with Super Sunday being reserved for the main events. Stay tuned to the Caleb Gafrarar social media pages for news, information, photos, and results from the event weekend.

Caleb Gafrarar would like to thank Rolison Performance Group, OTK USA, Kosmic, AVP Engines, his mechanic, Will Orsini, Circle K, Molecule, Bell Helmets, Minus 273, ULV, From the Ashes, and CPI Security for the continued support in the 2022 racing season.

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