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The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) isin its 12th full season with its Time Trial Program. Last year, we hadall NASA regions with full participation, with over1400 drivers nationwide. For 2015, wewill continueto have full participation from our now fifteen NASA regions, with over200 events nationwide. This year, we will continue our two-event NASA Championships format, where there will be Championship events held on different dates for the Eastern States and the Western States. The tracks will change annually. This year's events will be the NASA Eastern States Championship at Virginia International Raceway on September 4-6th and the NASA Western States Championship held at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on July 31-Aug 2nd.

NASA TT utilizes a car classification systemthat is easy to understand,and gives HPDE-4 drivers a taste of competition by allowing them to compete for top lap times, in advanced, open passing run sessions,against similarly prepared cars for awards, prizes, and recognition.

In total, there arenine Time Trial classes, including one unlimited,three semi-unlimited, andfive limited classes. Each region has its own Regional Championship Series that gives us our regional champions, and qualifies drivers to become eligible to compete at the NASA National Championship Events (Eastern States Championship and Western States Championship). Drivers may qualify in any region, and are eligible to compete in either or both Championships, regardless of the region(s) that they qualified in. Awards are usually provided to our top-level finishers at each of the regional events. To compete in NASA TT, a driver must obtain a NASA National TT License, which requires the driver to be an advanced level driver or racer. Driver and vehicle safety are among our top concerns, and we have a pro-active safety program. Our HPDE program, that accommodates drivers of all experience levels, is the best way for a driver to become qualified to compete in Time Trial. The Time Trial program bridges the NASA competition pathway from NASA-X to HPDE to Time Trial to wheel-to-wheel racing.

Questions? Contact your Regional TT Director Regional TT Director e-mail list
or our National TT Director, Greg Greenbaum

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RICHMOND, CA (Mar 17, 2009) The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce that Hoosier Racing Tire will offer a generous contingency program to NASA members in 2009.
"The decision to launch a Hoosier Racing Tire contingency program for NASA in 2008 instantly paid big dividends by generating tons of support from NASA competitors. Hoosier shod drivers dominated in the open tire classes at the 2008 NASA Nationals resulting in 16 out of 18 possible championships," said Bruce Foss, Hoosier Racing Tire Road Racing Product Manager.

Foss added, "The continuation and expansion of the NASA contingency program for 2009 is a logical progression. We look forward to the exciting and successful benefits for Hoosier Racing Tire and competitors using the Hoosier brand."

To assure that NASA competitors understand Hoosier's value of their support, Hoosier Racing Tire has expanded the contingency program this year to include the Time Trial competitors, as well as, all the classes that were included last year. The purpose of this program is to reward the success of those drivers and ensure Hoosier Racing Tire remains the tire of choice for NASA racers in 2009.

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