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Register Within the Next 3 Days and Get the Cheapest Entry Available for Either 2017 NASA Championship Event
You're in luck! There's still a little time to save money on your entry to the 2017 NASA Championships. We didn't remind you that early bird registration was about to end and because of that, we've decided to extend that option a couple more days just for you. Register for either NASA Championship event before June 9th, 2017 at 11:59pm and get the cheapest entry fee we'll offer this year at just $649. That is 3 solid days of fierce competition at 2 of the best tracks in the country! You can also lock in that lowest price entry by reserving your entry for either [...]
The 2017 NASA Championship tour begins with a visit to beautiful Thunderhill Raceway Park in Willows, CA on October 5-8, 2017 for the NASA Western States Championships presented by Toyo Tires. This Northern California facility regarded by many as one of the best race tracks in the country is sure to thrill during this NASA Championships weekend. This raceway will test the skills of the best NASA competitors from the west as they battle to see who will be crowned a NASA Champion! Will it be you? We then turn our attention east as we travel to world-famous Sebring International [...]
The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce that the 2017 NASA Western States Championships presented by Toyo Tires will take place at the challenging Northern California circuit, Thunderhill Raceway Park on October 5-8, 2017. NASA competitors from all over the western half of the country will converge on this competitor favorite situated in Willows, California, to challenge for top step on the podium to claim a NASA Championship. Turning our attention toward the East, the 2017 NASA Eastern States Championships presented by Toyo Tires will move to the fantastic Sebring International Raceway Circuit. The historic circuit located [...]
Drivers in Time Trial competition raced late into the afternoon at the 2016 NASA Western States Championships Presented by Toyo Tires. That means they had more chances to better their times, but conditions went from good in the morning to far less than ideal when the winds picked up in the afternoon. Dust was strewn all over the track and grip was scant. Here’s who made the best of it.
Jason Capelli piloted his Nissan GTR to a TT1 victory with a 1:47.323.TT2
Oli Thordarson came out on top in TT2, posting a 1:50.901, a quicker lap than his race in ST2.TT3
Erik Davis laid down a 1:51.787 and took home the TT3 win.TTB
Dave Schotz did a familiar dance in TTB and took home the win and his 14th Championship.
Chuck Matthews Managed to Finish First After a Close Three-Way Battle for the Win in Super Touring 2
Chuck Matthews managed to finish first after a close three-way battle for the win in Super Touring 2 at the 2016 NASA Western States Championships at Buttonwillow Raceway. Exchanging the lead a few times, Chuck Matthews and Oli Thordarson battled through 17 laps until Chuck Matthews managed to pull away slightly because of pressure from Adrian Wlostowski on Oli Thordarson.
“That was a great race,” said Matthews. “The first half of the race the three Corvettes in ST2 were running nose to tail and any of the three could have won. We got about halfway through the race and there was a spin on the back straightaway. It separated the cars, one went right one went left and inverted the three cars.
Tom Boyd managed to pull off a spectacular first-to-last-to-first victory at the 2016 NASA Western States Championships at Buttonwillow Raceway. The race, consisting of two double-yellow flags, was full of ups and downs for the entire Thunder Roadster field.
“It’s been a rough weekend for me.” said Tom Boyd, “I qualified toward the back. I managed to get the lead on the third lap and then David Standridge took me three-wide into Turn 1. You just don’t do that into Turn 1, and it ended up wadding us all up. My competitor hit me and several other cars ran into us. I limped it around and my hood was flying in the air. I thought for sure it was going to fly off so I stopped and I had a safety worker try to tape it down but it didn’t work.