Knowing the competition would be close in the SuperPole session, American Anthony Gangi Jr. opted to pull off early and save his tires for the session after posting a lap time good enough for the provisional pole.
Also advancing to the SuperPole session was Nicholas Brueckner (Orsolon/TonyKart), Sting Ray Robb (BBR/Kosmic), Darren Keane (Strawberry/TonyKart), Trenton Estep (PiquetSports/TonyKart) and Michael McCarthy (Anderson/Birel) making it an all-american SuperPole.
Gangi Jr. only needed one lap to post the fastest time, a massive 0.289 seconds faster than second place Estep. Brueckner and Keane will share row two for the heat races posting the third and fourth quickest times followed by Robb and McCarthy.
Samuel Lupien (SH Racing/FA Kart) just missed the SuperPole session and will start his heat races from the seventh position, followed by Americans Matt Solarczyk (Birel), Aidan Keel (Anderson/Birel) and Parker Chase (FA Kart) in the top-ten. Russell Boyle struggled with brake issues in his qualifying session and only managed to post the 22nd fastest time while Kellen Ritter will start all three of his heat races from 33rd after missing the qualifying session after an incident in the final practice session.
Saturday at the Coldstone Creamery Rotax Pan American Challenge will feature three rounds of heat races for each class. Plenty of racing is on tap in anticipation of Sundays main events.