National Auto Sport Association

Ford Racing School Remains Official Driving School of NASA

Napa Valley, CA — The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is excited to announce that it has renewed its agreement with the Ford Racing School for an additional year.  Located just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City at the wonderful Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah, the Ford Racing School has been a great avenue for novice and veteran drivers alike and will continue to be the official driving school of NASA as well as being the only driving school in the world sponsored by the Ford Motor Company. This partnership program will continue to be a valuable asset to all NASA members and will include contingency programs, discounts and other special benefits. 

" The Ford Racing School is thrilled to continue working hand in hand with NASA,” said Cindi Lux, Director of Performance Schools. “We are excited to continue this partnership program which will again see the Ford Racing School the Official Driving School of NASA.”

Founded in 2006, the Miller Motorsports Park is a state-of-the-art road racing facility for automobiles, motorcycles and karts. It is considered one of the finest race tracks of its type in North America and hosts many of the world’s most significant racing series’. “Miller Motorsports Park offers something for almost every motorsports enthusiast”. Said Chad Zulian, Ford Racing School Marketing Manager. “Those who choose to enrol in the driving school will have a chance to tread where legends have left their mark.  Where world-class athletes have pounded the straightaway at nearly 200 MPH.”

"We are happy the Ford Racing School will remain the official driving school of NASA," said Jeremy Croiset, NASA Director of Sponsorship. “They offer a fantastic school that nearly all NASA members could benefit from attending. We look forward to offering NASA members the exciting benefits the Ford Racing School has to offer in 2014.”


For more information on NASA, visit their website at For more information on Miller Motorsports Park or the Ford Racing School, call 435-27SPEED (277-7333) or visit or

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