Based on feedback received from racers, the USPKS Team has updated the rule dictating the transponder mounting location. From now on, the transponder will be mounted on the back of the seat, consistent with the CIK rule. This will make things easier on racers by standardizing the mount location across more Series (this rule change does not apply to the Route 66 series).
Additionally, the Tech Team has updated its procedure for checking engine Squish, and a couple other updates. Full text of the affected rules is posted on the Rules and Regulations page of the uspks.com site.
The Tech Team also wishes to remind X30 competitors of the rule changes that will go in effect at NCMP, our next event.