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!”
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Napa Valley, CA – The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) and NASA Texas are pleased to announce that Will Faules, NASA’s Assistant Divisional Director, will assume the responsibilities of Regional Director of the NASA Texas Region. Faules will be taking over the region from Dave and Revkah Balingit who have effectively managed the Texas Region for the last 4 years during a period of growth and prosperity. Dave will still have an active role in the region working side by side with Will to ensure a smooth transition and Faules gets up to speed. This new change will allow Dave and Revkah the opportunity to focus on their home region of Rocky Mountain as they continue growing the fantastic events NASA members have come to expect in the Rocky Mountain Region.
This move for Faules will all be in addition to his current duties as National Event Manager and Assistant Divisional Director for NASA. “This is a dream come true for me” said Faules. “ Dave and Revkah have done wonders for NASA and I’m excited to step up into this additional role. NASA has some of the finest customers, staff, and tracks that I am fortunate to get to work with. The addition of Texas hospitality makes this experience even better. I look forward to working with all the great people of NASA Texas, continuing on the huge growth we’ve seen over the last year, and most of all putting on the best amateur events in Texas.”
Faules has been involved with NASA since the mid-90’s. He was the first ever licensed NASA teen driver at the age of 13 after several years racing go-karts. He’s raced in many NASA classes and highlights include the 2003 25 Hours of Thunderhill Class Winner, 2005 NorCal SM Season Championship Winner, 2005 Western Endurance Racing Championship E-2 Winner, and 2006 NASA Championships PT-E Winner.