Test and Tune on July 19
The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is dedicated to organizing and promoting racing activities for both the aspiring or accomplished racer. NASA was formed in 1991 to deliver high quality motorsports events to enthusiasts at major racing venues throughout the nation. They have created programs that allow owners of both racecars and high-performance street driven vehicles.
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 experienced instructors in a venue designed for safe spirited driving far away from the risks present on the street.
NASA Time Trial provides a venue for spirited on-track competition with a high degree of both safety and convenience. NASA TT allows qualified individuals to compete in a “best lap time” format in advanced level open-passing sessions, and bridges the gap between HPDE 4 and wheel to wheel racing. The best part about the NASA TT series is that any closed-wheel street or racecar can be used to compete in this series. Each car gets placed into one of the nine NASA TT classes.
If you are interested in wheel to wheel racing, then the competition racing program is for you. NASA has created racing programs that accommodate all sorts of popular vehicles with rules that encourage aftermarket modification. NASA has a class for almost any type of vehicle ranging from Production Sedans to Stock Cars.
What: HPDE, Time Trial, Competition Racing
When: Test and Tune on July 19, July 20-21
Where: Full Track
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