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NASA News

OG Racing Continues on as Official Motorsports Safety Equipment Supplier of NASA

February 26, 2010 1:28 PMThumbnail image for OG_Racing_logo2007_noflag_cropped.jpgRichmond, CA - The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce that OG Racing, a leading safety equipment retailer based in Sterling, VA, will continue on as the Official Motorsports Safety Equipment Supplier of NASA for 2010. OG Racing was founded in 1990 with the intent of “Making Racers Safer” and they plan to continue with that tradition through the continuation of this agreement. OG Racing specializes in automotive racing safety equipment and is a distributor for most of the major companies in the safety equipment world like Sparco, Simpson, Bell, Hans, G_Force, Alpinestars, Racetech, ATL, and many others. They offer an extensive inventory that allows them to ship 98% of their orders the same day they are placed.

Make sure to watch the NASA site in the coming weeks for some exciting programs in 2010 from NASA’s Official Motorsports Safety Equipment Supplier, OG Racing.

NASA announces the new Porsche Boxster 986 Series

February 24, 2010 6:51 AM

The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce a new racing series for Porsche Boxster 986 chassis cars. NASA has secured the rights to the already successful Boxster Spec series created and managed by Bill Bodine, a long time Porsche racer from Southern California. Bodine will continue his involvement with the series as the National Director.

“We’re very excited to be working with Bill to take the Boxster Spec program to the next level”, said Ryan Flaherty, NASA’s National Chairman. “This is a great platform to work with and we hope to combine our national presence with Bill’s proven leadership to get more folks involved with the series”

Bill Bodine added that “NASA’s high quality nationwide events will not only provide our current Boxster Spec drivers with more and better racing opportunities, but will encourage those in the Midwest, East and South to jump onto the Boxster Spec party-wagon. This couldn’t be better timing for the growth and continued success of Boxster Spec Racing.”

More information on the Boxster Spec series can be found at www.boxsterspecracing.org.

Hawk Performance Continues on as “Official Brake Product of NASA”

February 23, 2010 8:28 AMHAWKPlgo_c0m100y81k4nK-[Conv.jpgRICHMOND, CA - The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce that Hawk Performance will remain the “Official Brake Product of NASA” for the 2010 season. As part of this continued partnership, Hawk Performance is continuing their substantial national contingency program which benefits every NASA competitor. In addition to all regional events and rally sport events, Hawk will again provide a significant contingency program for the NASA Championships at Miller Motorsports Park.

NASA estimates that the 2010 Hawk Performance contingency program is worth nearly $600,000 in cash and “Hawk Bucks” and is immediately available for all NASA competitors to enjoy. For more information on the Hawk Performance contingency program, please visit the Hawk Performance contingency page on NASA’s main website at http://www.nasaproracing.com/contingency/hawk.html.


Announcing new streamlined safety inspection for NASA racers.

February 10, 2010 11:43 AM — The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to introduce a new streamlined safety inspection procedure for racers at NASA events. Instead of having to turn in forms and visit the technical inspection area each morning, racers will now be able to secure an annual inspection sticker after turning in two forms to their local region. This annual inspection sticker will be good in every NASA region and will greatly reduce time spent waiting in line for forms to be completed while ensuring that cars still meet safety requirements with random inspections in impound for required items as has been the current practice for many years. The new forms can be found at http://www.nasaproracing.com/forms.html and annual inspection stickers will be available at events after March 8, 2010. Until that date, racers can continue to use the same processes as before and will only need to turn in the new forms at their first event after March 8 to obtain their annual tech sticker if they already have an annual inspection in place. Racers will not have to redo their annuals but will only need to show their logbook with a current annual in place to a NASA inspector at their first event after the annual stickers become available. If you have any questions, please contact your local NASA regional office for more details.

Announcing Shawn Meze as the National Director for NASA's Super Touring Series and more

February 3, 2010 1:33 PM

The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce the selection of Shawn Meze to the positions of National Director for NASA's Super Touring series and Assistant National Director for NASA's Performance Touring and Time Trial series. Shawn will be joining Dr. Greg Greenbaum to form a cohesive and experienced team to manage three of NASA's fastest growing and most exciting groups. Greg developed and started the Super Touring Series in 2007 and has been the National Director since then. "Since I started and developed the National Time Trial Program in 2004, the Performance Touring Series in 2006, and the Super Touring Series in 2007, I have competed in TTB, TTC, TTD, PTB, and PTC, and I have been the National Director for all three series. I plan to compete in ST this year and it will be great to have Shawn as our National Director. Shawn is an excellent choice and we will work closely together on building all three series in the future."

Shawn came to his first NASA event at the urging of his friend in 2005 where he went on to win the regional TTE championship in NASA's Southern California Region. Since then, Shawn has been deeply involved in the Time Trial program where he also instructed HPDE 1 drivers and eventually also obtained his competition license. Shawn finished 2nd in a rented Spec Miata competing in PTE at the first National championship in 2006, and also finished 3rd in a Spec Focus in TTE. "It was a great experience where I met alot of great competitors who have since become good friends" said Shawn. In 2008, Shawn became the Time Trial Assistant Director as well as the PT & ST Co-Director for the Southern California Region. Shawn has also worked as a NASA Race Director at the 2008 and 2009 National Championships at the Mid Ohio Sports Car Course and Miller Motorsports Park. Shawn has also worked very closely with Greg Greenbaum maintaining the rules for the TT, PT and ST programs and will continue that role in his new position. Shawn also co-drives a Mazda RX-8 in TTD and competesin the NASA's WERC enduro series. Shawn added that "The tracks are truly great but the people are what makes it so much fun!"

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