Northeast Series at NJMP April 2013
Northeast Series at New Jersey Motorsports Park
Northeast Series at Watkins Glen
Northeast Series at NJMP
2012 Mid Atlantic Series Round 3
2012 West Series Round 2
February 20. 2013
New Rule Change Request process has been added. Racers can find the form here.
January 14, 2013
NEW SPEC IRON CLASS ANNOUNCED
NAPA VALLEY, CA (January 14, 2013) The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce the introduction of a new class that will join the American Iron® series of ponycar racing in 2013. This new class will provide a lower barrier of entry to the series and complement the existing American Iron (AI) and American Iron Extreme (AIX) classes with an “American Iron Spec” type formula. The new Spec Iron (SI) class will feature the 2005-2010 Ford Mustang GT and is supported by Ford Racing. The cars will use a number of parts specified from the Ford Racing catalog along with the Toyo Proxes RA-1 tire following the successful formula that NASA has applied to many other spec classes. The “spec” prep level of the class will ensure that the class is a “driver’s class” full of close competition, limited modifications and exciting racing.
Mark Wilson of Ford Racing commented that “Many drivers have been looking to race the S197 chassis in a spec series like Spec Iron. We are very pleased to be working with NASA on this class and we are looking forward to seeing big fields as the class gains momentum.”
“We have been looking at adding a lower cost, limited modification spec formula to the American Iron® Series for quite a while,” added Todd Covini, American Iron® Series National Director. “With Ford Racing’s support and collaboration we were able to create an achievable and affordable build sheet for ponycar racers looking to try out a tightly controlled V8 formula like this. We think Spec Iron has a lot of growth potential and is really going to take off.”
In addition to vehicle parts and tuning support, Ford Racing is also providing a contingency program similar to the programs that American Iron racers in other classes currently enjoy. Regionally, Top 3 Spec Iron finishing drivers are eligible for cash prizes of $250/ $100 / $50 per race with a maximum of 2 races per NASA weekend provided a minimum of 3 class cars are competing. If 2 class cars compete, there is still a payout of $100/$50 per race. For the 2013 National Championships, Top 3 Spec Iron finishing drivers will be awarded $2500/ $1500 / $750. “With 16 NASA regions, and 6 to 10 weekends of racing in each region, that is a large commitment from Ford Racing which we certainly appreciate.” remarked Todd Covini. “Our goal is to have at least 10 Spec Iron cars competing for a National Championship this year.
March 28, 2012
Maximum Motorsports Offers Contingency Programs for NASA's American Iron and Camaro-Mustang Challenge National Championships
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA. — Maximum Motorsports will support NASA road racers with contingency-award programs for the 2012 National Championship event at the Mid Ohio Sports Car Course. Maximum Motorsports will offer awards for the American Iron, American Iron Extreme, and Camaro-Mustang Challenge classes.
The MM contingency-prize program will award $2,500 to First Place champions in the AI, AIX, and CMC classes at NASA’s 2012 National Championships event.
Eligibility for these NASA contingency prizes is not automatic. To learn how to qualify for these MM awards, visit the “At The Track” section of the MM website, www.maximummotorsports.com; call (805) 544-8748, or contact NASA directly.
October 17, 2011
New Websites for American Iron and Camaro Mustang Challenge
NAPA VALLEY, CA The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to introduce a new website for the American Iron and Camaro Mustang Challenge series. The series page will be located at www.nasaponycars.com and will serve as an information portal for these two exciting series featuring domestic muscle cars.
"We are really happy to have the new sites done and we hope this will help our racers get the word out about our great ponycar programs", said Todd Covini American Iron Series National Director.
"It's going to be great to have a unified web presence for the series and we look forward to keeping all the information flowing to both fans and racers", added Al Fernandez Camaro Mustang Challenge National Director.
For more informaiton on NASA, visit www.nasaproracing.com.