Hawk Performance Remains NASA’s Official Brake Product

Hawk Performance Remains NASA’s Official Brake Product

Napa Valley, CA — The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce that Hawk Performance, a division of Carlisle Brake and Friction, Inc. has just signed a multi-year agreement continuing their involvement with NASA. The new agreement reaffirms Hawk Performance as the Official Brake Product of NASA through 2016 and provides for a variety of other programs NASA members will benefit from including changes to their contingency program and special offers only available to current NASA members. Hawks new contingency program will provide a much more lucrative awards package to NASA members while also making rewards easier to redeem.

“We are thrilled to have Hawk Performance on board with NASA for another 3 years” said Jeremy Croiset, NASA’s Director of Sponsorship. “NASA and Hawk Performance have enjoyed a great working relationship over the years and we are looking forward to the exciting new changes Hawk Performance has planned for the program moving forward. Hawk Performance brake pads are a dominant force in on track competition environments because they provide you with that extra edge you are looking for when going to the brake pedal. This agreement will allow us to keep telling that fact.”

“We are thrilled to again partner with NASA and continue as their official Brake Product through the 2016 season” said Mike DeFord, Vice President, Marketing and New Business Development, Hawk Performance. “Hawk Performance has proven to be one of the most competitive, consistent brake pads on the track today and that fact remains today. We are proud to support NASA participants through our contingency and product award programs and look forward to a fantastic new season with NASA.”

More details are soon to be published relating to the new Hawk Performance Contingency offering and the other fantastic programs Hawk has in store for NASA participants. Please check back regularly for updates.

February 19th, 2014|