The United States
Air Force proudly presents the 2003 25 Hours of Thunderhill. Come
join top drivers from around the country and the US Air Force in
this all-out assault on Thunderhill Raceway Park in Willows, CA.
This will be the sixth year NASA has organized this unique race
and believes it will be one of the best years ever. Last year's
starting grid saw some nearly 50 cars take the green and expect
to bring more competition this year. This prestigious west coast
event brings teams from all over the country to compete. Each year
the entries are comprised of top teams with drivers such as Davy
Jones, Ken Dobson, Roger Foo, Barry Hartzel and Randy Pobst!
Four drivers minimum are required, but there is no maximum. The
entry fee covers the cost of the first four drivers and each additional
driver is $150.
Are you ready to push yourself to the edge and find out how good
you really are? If so, this is your chance to pit yourself against
some of the top talent in the country and see if you have what it
takes to sit on the podium of this prestigious event. Space is limited,
so enter soon!
Listed below are some typical classifications. For further information
contact Ali Arsham at 510-222-2601
Note: ALL non-openwheeled cars will fit into a class. There
are changes from last year.
ES (Unlimited): Anything goes with fenders. Usual cars
include World Challenge GT,
Grand Am Cup Grand Sport, ALMS cars, NASCAR type stock cars.
E-0:Honda Challenge 1, small engine stock turbo cars (RX7 single Turbo, 944 turbo,
etc), 911 (non turbo and less powerful versions), BMW M3, Mustang
Cobra (all meeting IT type prep rules).
SCCA: World Challenge Touring, some T-2 and T-1 cars
Grand Am class: GSII
E-1: USTCC, CMC, H2 & H3, PS-1, (Integra R, 13B RX7, 240Z, Mustang
5.0, 325i, 944).
SCCA classes: ITS, most T-2 cars
Grand AM class: STI.
The National Auto Sport Association sanctions High Performance Driving
Events at racing facilities across the country. Whether you would
like to learn how to control your car at high speeds, or you are
an experienced driver looking for more track time, NASA has an event
for you. Click for more information: High
Performance Driving Event and About