- Text: Guillaume Alvarez
- Photos: Alex Vernardis / The RaceBox
The SuperNationals 23, run on the temporary circuit located at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino of Las Vegas, will be Jace’s last race meeting of an exciting 2019 season that has seen him compete on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
On home soil, his busy schedule included the Pro Kart Challenge, Pro Tour and Winter Series but also the “ROK the Rio” race that recently unfolded on the exact same location where the peak-meeting of the Superkarts! USA calendar is taking place this week.
Having stepped up of category since the start of the season, Jace will enter the event in the X30 Senior class again with Ryan Perry Motorsport, the same outfit with which he delivered in 2018 one of the best performances of his career recovering all the way from a troublesome Qualifying to ninth in the Junior Final!
Up against almost 80 rivals, the Phoenix-born driver is once again eager to fight for the highest result possible in what promises to be a tight and exciting on-track battle during the near one-week long event!
“I can’t wait to be back to the SuperNationals with Ryan Perry Motorsport, it’s going to be a hard-fought week of racing! In 2018, we had a strong performance coming back from last to finishing ninth after our trouble in Qualifying. I’ll make it my benchmark on which to improve this year! Our practice sessions ahead of the event went well, we were the fastest on track, building the confidence on what we can achieve for this race. Now, let’s get out there and finish 2019 on a high!”, Jace said prior to the meeting.