The Southwest Regional Cup, an affordable, premium quality, professionally run race series for the entire karting community of Texas and the surrounding states, announced today its 2023 race schedule.

  • Rounds 1 & 2, April 14-16:  - SpeedSportz Racing Park, New Caney, TX
  • Rounds 3 & 4, July 14-16:  - Gulf Coast Karters, Katy TX
  • Rounds 5 & 6, September 1-3:  - Oklahoma Motorsports Complex, Norman, OK
  • Rounds 7 & 8, October 13-15:  - Dallas Karting Complex, Caddo Mills, TX

The format is optional Friday practice, followed by independent races Saturday and
Sunday. The race series is a collaboration of Participant Tracks, managed by a Board of Directors whose voting membership consists of two representatives from each
Participating Track. 

“We are so excited to reveal our 2023 schedule as we will be at four of the best tracks in the region! Commencing at the fantastic SpeedSportz track and facility and then heading to the legendary Oklahoma Motorsports Complex to the extremely technical GCKI track in Katy during the summer and then concluding at the completely revamped and renovated track at the Dallas Karting Complex.”

For more information, please visit and follow us on
social media @southwestregionalcupseries for up-to-date information. 

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Why Race SWRC?

Those who raced the series 2006 to 2009 will remember the 2 race day format, family friendly atmosphere, professional officiating and intense competition. The Southwest Regional Cup Series is a collaboration of tracks within the region, managed by a Charter, with an elected independent SWRC Board of Directors. Race officials are recruited and contracted by the Series to manage all race day activities independent of the host track. The mission of the Series is to grow karting in our region, and is committed to delivering the highest quality racing at a cost that the regional racer can afford. As a result all proceeds from the Series are directed back to the participating tracks, the regional racing community, and the Series class winners.