NASA News, Updates, Interviews & Expert Analysis
All racing is advanced innovation if not advanced technology however if there's a combination to be found in the road racing arena, it can be found here in NASA. We keep you on track with the National Auto Sport Association updates. Get all the News from the NASA racing regions, which visit 47 different tracks each year so that you can be part of the action.NASA makes it simple, safe, and economical for you and your automobile to get on the track! There are no speed restrictions, no pedestrians, and, most importantly, no NASA tickets.
The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) was established in 1991 to provide high-quality motorsports events to fans at major racing sites around the United States. Owners of racecars and high-performance street-driven vehicles can test the full performance possibilities of their cars in a safe and regulated environment thanks to NASA pro racing. High-Performance Driving Events (HPDE), Rally Sport, Time Trial, NASA-X, Competition Racing programs, competition license evaluation, and double sprint road racing are some of the different NASA programs and levels.
HPDE is not a timed, competitive, or racing event. HPDE is a program for driver education. The NASA HPDE provides trained instructors who work one-on-one with the drivers during the event to teach them how to drive at that level. Drivers can set their objectives and go as fast as they feel comfortable.
The NASA Time Trial (TT) program provides a safe and convenient environment for on-track competition. NASA TT bridges the gap between NASA HPDE4 and wheel-to-wheel racing by allowing qualified participants to race in a "best lap time" format in a prepared car in advanced level open-passing sessions.