ABOUT NASA TEXAS
Welcome to the Texas Division of the National Auto Sport Association. We are dedicated to organizing and promoting safe, organized and friendly track activities for everyone from the beginning HPDE driver to the accomplished racer.
If you are interested in learning the basics of High Performance Driving, or simply want to drive your car on a racetrack in a controlled and professionally staffed environment, then HPDE is for you. HPDE gives drivers a chance to test their skills and learn from NASA's cadre of experienced instructors in a venue designed for safe and spirited driving far away from the risks present on the street. NASA's HPDE program has become the standard for the "open track" industry and features multiple skill levels to ensure that drivers are able to enjoy a safe and fun day at the track.
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NASA's Time Trial (TT) program offers drivers a chance to compete against the clock and to achieve the quickest lap times on many of the country's best known race tracks. TT classes are determined using a system that initially assigns a base class to a car and then changes it into a different class based on modifications done by the owner. This format allows enthusiasts to enjoy a wide range of aftermarket upgrades while still being able to compete in a professionally structured environment. More information on the TT program can be found here and on the Official NASA Website.
If you are interested in wheel-to-wheel racing, then our competition racing program is for you. NASA has created racing programs that accommodate all sorts of popular vehicles with rules that encourage aftermarket modifications. NASA has a class for almost any type of vehicle ranging from Production Sedans, Stock Cars, and Formula Cars. If you do not posses a competition license, NASA has programs that will allow you to participate in a racing school to become qualified for racing. If you are currently racing with another recognized organization, NASA will welcome you to our program and accepts competition licenses from many different sanctioning bodies. Find out more about Competition Racing and Licensing >
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