We’re only two weeks away from the NASA Texas Summer Shootout at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit! Early Bird pricing ends on Wednesday June 1st and the price will go up $50, so save a few bucks and get signed up today! It’s a big Championship style format with each race in the weekend acquiring points towards the final race of the weekend on Sunday. The weekend consists of Race Groups, Time Trial, and HPDE 3-4. HPDE 1-2 is not offered at this event. The registration page has a link to information on the Friday test day hosted by the track and a link to the current TENTATIVE schedule. Run groups will be finalized based on entries in the coming week. The registration page can be found HERE.
Finally we get to visit NOLA next week! This is a crossover event which means the event is hosted by NASA NOLA but our Racers and Time Trialers are going to get season points towards the 2016 NASA Texas Season. It’s an amazing facility that we don’t get to visit often, so don’t miss this opportunity. Let’s go steal some trophies and bring them back to Texas! It’s a full weekend with HPDE, TT, and Racing. We’ll be having a Saturday night social as well. Registration through the NOLA Region can be found HERE. The welcome letter will be going out this week to all registered participants.
Napa Valley, CA (May 4, 2016) The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to present its membership with a brand new format to browse through your Speed News Magazine. This new format will bring you all the wonderful content you have come to love and expect in a very useful package. Now you can find and share an article you remember reading through with our powerful search feature or spend hours simply browsing through the featured, columns, tech, cool rides, toolshed engineer, race coverage, and much more. Users can comment on each article and chat with other members simply by signing up on the website.
“We expect this new format to be very well received by the NASA membership,” said Jeremy Croiset, NASA Director of Business Development. “We will continue to deliver the monthly publication to those that still enjoy reading through a traditional magazine, but expect that this new format will make it much easier to digest each issue at your own pace. The new search feature makes it so much easier to locate information important to you and that should become a very valuable tool for folks interested in motorsports in general. We’re proud that we continue bringing top notch information to our NASA membership!”
To check out the new site, please visit nasaspeed.news