Contingency Program Resourses
Questions and Answers to Feed Your Curiosity
A contingency program is a form of sponsorship where a competitor places decals on their race car in exchange for products or cash awards. NASA members who are competing in select race classes are eligible for lucrative cash and product prizes.
Every NASA class including HPDE is eligible for Contingency Programs. Visit each program page for full details.
Latest Contingency News
NASA racing drivers in German Touring Series, Super Touring and Time Trial who use Nitron, JRZ, Penske or Ohlins shocks can get in on a new […]
When the winter ice begins to melt and the NASA racing calendar heats up, NASA’s new contingency programs begin to appear. For 2022, all your […]
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After last week’s announcement that Spec E30 would be switching to the Maxxis Victra RC-1 as the new spec tire, driver feedback prompted Maxxis to […]
After extensive testing by the National Auto Sport Association, the Maxxis RC-1 has been chosen as the new spec tire for the NASA Spec E30 series […]