|2013 Comp School Schedule|
|April 19, 2013 Autobahn|
|April 25, 2013 Mid-Ohio|
|July 11, 2013 Autobahn|
|July 25, 2013 Mid-Ohio|
|August 22, 2013 Mid-Ohio|
|September 12, 2013 Autobahn|
|(click here for the Comp School page)|
|2013 Instructor Clinic Schedule|
|Schedule not available at this time.|
|(click here for the Instructor Clinic page)|
|2013 HyperDrive Schedule|
|Schedule not available at this time.|
|(click here for the HyperDrive page)|
|2013 Midwest Enduro Schedule|
|Schedule not available at this time.|
|(click here for the Midwest Enduro page)|
|Go to "Season Schedule" above to add events to your calendar.|
The new contingency program will be available immediately and like all Toyo contingencies, it will be available to Enduro entrants competing on the Proxes® line of Toyo tires.
This new offering to the expansive Toyo contingency program in 2013 increases the available contingency from Toyo Tires to a whopping $10,000,000 in contingency value to NASA racers. One very important note about this new program is its availability to current Toyo contingency participants in other classes. Product awards are available to competitors in addition to any regional Toyo contingency they may have qualified for during the same day. This program is separate in nature and eligible for contingency awards even if a competitor may have already qualified for “Toyo bucks” during the same day. Simply put, if you usually run in a regional sprint racing class on a Toyo tire and collect contingency, you are now eligible to join the ranks of the Enduro competitors and vie for contingency in those classes as well!
“When NASA approached us with an opportunity that would allow more competitors to continue showcasing the benefits the Proxes line of Toyo Tires has to offer, we listened up,” said Marc Sanzenbacher, senior manager, Competition Performance Products Division, Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp. “This new contingency offering, unique to the endurance racing classes, makes it even more rewarding for competitors to enjoy the durable, consistent, and dependable Proxes line up”.
“This simply goes to show Toyo’s continued dedication to NASA competitors” said Jeremy Croiset, NASA Director of Sponsorship. “This new program will allow competitors to also jump into our Enduro classes to enjoy a completely different type of racing and still be eligible to collect from the fantastic contingency offerings Toyo Tires offers to NASA competitors without having to choose between their sprint racing and Enduro finishes. Now you can collect winnings for both on the same day. ”
This new contingency program from Toyo Tires will allow competitors using the Toyo Proxes R888, Proxes RA1, or Proxes RR competition tire to compete for $825 in “Toyo Bucks”. For this regional open tire contingency program, Toyo will pay out awards of $300, $200, $150, $100 and $75 in the form of “Toyo Bucks” to the top 5 finishers in each regional Enduro race. Complete details on NASA’S Toyo Contingency program can found below at http://www.nasaproracing.com/contingency.
This partnership will continue to include lucrative contingency programs, member only offers, as well as providing the highest quality on-board camera footage available.
GoPro cameras have exploded in popularity and they are constantly at work making improvements and upgrades to make sure they provide the world’s most versatile and highest quality image capture camera. Many NASA members currently use the GoPro and appreciate its many uses; from critiquing their driving style to showing friends and family highlights from their weekend race.
“NASA is excited to continue working with GoPro, the world’s leading activity image capture company, on this multi-beneficial partnership program,” said Jeremy Croiset, NASA Sponsorship Manager. “GoPro is a perfect fit for the NASA members who are typically a very active bunch of folks. GoPro’s newest model; the HD HERO3® has been upgraded to provide some of the most superior video on the market and has been designed to capture all sorts of activity imaginable. The GoPro systems will allow them to easily capture and share their on track experiences with other enthusiasts, which has become a big part of enjoying the sport. We look forward to continue showcasing the fantastic line of GoPro products available now and in the future.”
Based in Half Moon Bay, California, GoPro is the world's leading activity image capture company. GoPro's HD HERO line of wearable and gear mountable cameras are used by more consumers and video production professionals than any other camera in its class. GoPro’s HD HERO line of wearable and gear mountable cameras and accessories are sold in over 60 countries, in specialty sports retailers, Best Buy, and at gopro.com.
This newly announced contingency program will be immediately available to drivers in all 2013 regional events in all competition classes, both Racing and Time Trial alike. The program requires competitors visit http://www.alconkits.com/NASA.html to register for the contingency program before you begin to collect awards. Once registered, competitors participating in the program will be eligible for one “Alcon Dollar” per NASA regional point they collect during the 2013 regional racing season. These “Alcon Dollars” can be used for the purchase of any Alcon branded products from AlconKits.com (operated by Motodelta Motorsports) and may be redeemed anytime during the 2013 calendar year.
Additionally, any NASA member is also eligible for a 10% discount toward any Alcon products on the www.alconkits.com website. For more details on the discount offer and complete program details on this new contingency program, please visit http://www.nasaproracing.com/contingency.
NAPA VALLEY, CA — The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce that Nissan has implemented a contingency program...
for 2013. In addition to all 2013 regional events, Nissan will also provide a generous contingency program for the NASA National Championships at Miller Motorsports Park.
To qualify for the awards, drivers must be a registered member of the Nissan Motorsports Racer support program with all required vehicle logos and driver suit patches. The program will award up to $500 for 1st place finishes at regional races; and up to $1000 for a 1st place finish at the 2013 NASA Championships.
For further details on the contingency program, please visit http://www.nasaproracing.com/contingency.
NAPA VALLEY, CA — The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce that Honda Performance Development (HPD) will remain the Title Sponsor of the HPD Honda...
series in 2013. This marks the fourth year of the title sponsorship and
HPD’s continued commitment to the Honda Challenge Series.
HPD will continue it’s popular racer support program for NASA’s Honda Challenge series as part of the title sponsorship agreement. These include the NASA Championships, Regional championships and Regional racing contingency programs and continue to make the HPD Honda Challenge series the most rewarding amateur series in the country to race a Honda or Acura vehicle.
“It is great to welcome back HPD as the Title Sponsor for NASA’s Honda Challenge Series”, said Jeremy Croiset, NASA Director of Sponsorship. “The HPD Honda Challenge series has become the premier Honda and Acura only vehicle class providing extremely close and competitive racing for automotive enthusiasts. Three classes of racing allow for varied modification levels and provide competitors numerous options for constructing competition vehicles. HPD’s Honda Racing Line Program allows competitors a direct line to extremely knowledgeable staff ready to help them get their vehicle on track. Any Honda or Acura regardless of class should be a Honda Racing Line member.”
Additionally, HPD will continue its much appreciated support of the series, including a fantastic contingency program, which is worth more than $100,000 in 2013 alone. HPD will again offer Honda Challenge competitors cash prizes at the 2013 NASA Championships with up to $3,000 for a victory, $2,000 for second, and $1,500 for a third-place finish in each Honda Challenge class. Additionally, each competitor that finishes the Honda Challenge National Championships race will be awarded $500 cash, regardless of finishing position.
The HPD contingency program also will provide awards to finishers in each Honda Challenge class during the first points race of each regional racing weekend during the 2013 season. The Regional program will provide payouts in each Honda Challenge class up to $450 of contingency support for each event. HPD also will reward regional Honda Challenge champions with a $500 cash bonus if they choose to participate in the 2013 NASA National Championships Honda Challenge race.
To qualify for these generous awards, Honda and Acura NASA competitors must be registered members of the Honda Racing Line program and display the required HPD decals during competition. The Honda Racing Line program is designed to make HPD parts and services available to amateur and entry-level professional racers. Honda Racing Line membership is available free of charge to any NASA competitor.
NASA will administer the National Championship and Regional racing portions of the 2013 HPD contingency program. Competitors will be required to submit contingency claim information within 30 days of the posting of official results for each eligible event.
To become a registered member of the Honda Racing Line program, please visit http://racing.honda.com/hpd. For complete details on the 2013 HPD Contingency program, please visit the contingency section on the NASA website at http://www.nasaproracing.com/contingency.
The telecast presented by Mazda will give race fans a chance to catch a glimpse at what always promises to be an exciting and “can’t miss event”.
This class features the extremely popular Mazda Miata’s racing under a tight set of parameters with minimal modifications for the chance to win more than $25,000 in cash and prizes. Spec Miata provides an affordable nationwide class in which all regions use the same rules and regulations to afford a level basis for competition. All 1990-1993 1600cc and 1994-2005 1800cc Mazda Miata’s are eligible to compete in this factory supported class. The majority of Spec Miata competitors take advantage of Mazda's racing support program provided through MAZDASPEED MOTORSPORTS DEVELOPMENT when they receive acess to MAZDASPEED Repair parts, MAZDASPEED Accessories, staff with specialized MAZDASPEED training, and specialized MAZDASPEED Tools to repair and maintain their MAZDASPEED vehicles. In addition to these great benefits, competitors enrolled in the MAZDASPEED MOTORSPORTS DEVELOPMENT program are also eligible for fantastic contingency awards and the chance to participate in the MAZDASPEED MOTORSPORTS ladder program.
For more information on the Spec Miata class, please refer to the class rules here. http://www.nasaproracing.com/rules/spec_miata_rules.pdf.
For more details on MAZDASPEED MOTORSPORTS DEVELOPMENT program, please visit http://www.mazdamotorsports.com/wcsstore/B2BDirect/Motorsports/aboutmazdaspeed.htm.