You have always wanted to know what "she could do", but you know the streets and highways are not the place. NASA gives you and your car an easy, safe, and affordable way to get on the track! No speed limits, no pedestrians, but best of all-no tickets. The NASA HPDE provide you with a certified instructor to help guide you through the event, one on one, as you learn how to handle your car at the limit. You set your own goals and go as fast as you feel comfortable going.
NASA Time Trial (TT) provides a venue for spirited on-track competition with a high degree of safety and convenience. NASA TT allows qualified individuals to compete in a “best lap time” format in a prepared car in advanced level open-passing sessions, and bridges the gap between NASA HPDE4 and wheel-to-wheel racing. Virtually anything from Acura to Volkswagen in race or street trim is eligible to compete in NASA TT.
America is home to some of the most famous and challenging road courses anywhere in the world, and there is no better way to go road racing in the United States than to get on track with the National Auto Sport Association. Regardless of where you live in the United States, amateur road racing is alive and well at America’s favorite racetracks. NASA regions visit 47 different tracks each year, and you can be part of the action!
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