Do Hondas Own Import Racing?

Hondas are at home on the racetrack with the sophisticated suspension and high tech motors that are delivered from the factory. Performance and reliability is the true essence of "Powered by Honda" and that is what wins races!

Many people have been searching for a place to race Hondas in a unified field and that time has arrived!

The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) has recognized the need and developed the Honda Challenge Series to provide a venue for the legions of Honda fans around the country. Many of the nation's top Honda tuners are joining the series to support the racers and "competition-prove" their parts, so the battle will be epic for what is quickly becoming the best thing in import racing. Come join Honda Challenge today!

NAPA VALLEY, CA - The National Auto Sport Association(NASA) is pleased to announce that BFGoodrich® will offer an official contingency program in the growing National Auto Sport Association (NASA) road racing organization, continuing its...
...commitment to improving the motorsports experience. Retroactive to May 1, 2011, the contingency program will enable the BFGoodrich® g-Force™ R1™ tire to be used in dry conditions with the BFGoodrich® g-Force™ T/A®KDW allowed for wet surfaces.

NAPA VALLEY, CA (April 7, 2011) The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce that Goodyear Racing has not only renewed their contingency program for 2011, but it will also extend it's generous contingency program to include the American Iron, Honda Challenge, and 944 Spec classes in 2011.
The Goodyear contingency program is open to all open tire class competitors at regional racing events. For complete details on the contingency program, please visit www.nasaproracing.com/contingency
NAPA VALLEY, CA - Toyo Tires is pleased to announce that the Toyo Regional Contingency Program will remain in effect for NASA classes that specified the Toyo brand at the beginning of the 2011 racing season. Due to the devastating effects of the earthquake...
...in Japan, some of the NASA classes were forced to allow additional tire brands due to production limitations at the Toyo plant in Sendai, Japan. Toyo Tires remains supportive to the NASA racer and will reward contingency based on the highest finishing driver on the Toyo brand. This means that if a racer finishes 3rd in a race but is the top finisher using a Toyo, that driver will qualify for the 1st place Toyo contingency reward. Motorsports Manager Stan Chen said, "we are very appreciative of our NASA racers and we want to reward them for continuing to support our brand."

Toyo Tires reports that production is back up to about 70% of the level prior to the earthquake. The plan for the future is to step up the rate of operations in stages while responding flexibly to supply and logistical issues, so that by May, operations may resume at full capacity.
NAPA VALLEY, CA -  The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce effective May 1, 2011 Hoosier Racing Tire will extend it's generous contingency program to include the American Iron, Honda Challenge, and 944 Spec classes.
The newly announced contingency program expansion which will apply only to competitors competing on the "R" compound tire will award up to 4 free tires per race to class competitors. For complete details on the new Hoosier contingency offerings for the American Iron, Honda Challenge, and 944 Spec classes, please visit www.nasaproracing.com/contingency.
NAPA VALLEY, CA (April 5, 2011) The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) announced today that it will be changing tire rules in some of its classes as a result of extraordinary circumstances related to the earthquake and tsunami in Japan on March 11, 2011. 

Difficulties relating to raw material supply, electricity availability, and transport restrictions have greatly impacted the availability of the Toyo Proxes RA-1 tire which is the specified tire for many NASA classes. As such, NASA will be removing the requirement to use the Toyo Proxes RA-1 from the American Iron, Honda Challenge, and Spec 944 classes beginning on May 1, 2011 and will allow any DOT-approved R compound tire. Spec Tire classes will be handled on a case-by-case basis, so please keep informed by visiting the www.nasaproracing.com for any new information if and when it's posted or by visiting your class section on the www.nasaforums.com. NASA will be sure to post any new information when it's available.
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NAPA VALLEY, CA -- The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce that Honda Performance Development (HPD) has released details of the expanded 2011 NASA Contingency program for HPD Honda Challenge competitors. The 2011 HPD Contingency program will...
HPD_Logo_Web1.jpgNAPA VALLEY, CA - February 1, 2011 -- The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce that Honda Performance Development (HPD) will remain the Title Sponsor for NASA's Honda Challenge series in 2011. As part of this sponsorship, HPD is introducing a new comprehensive contingency program for...


July 31st and August 1st at auto club speedway in Fontana, Ca. was the final summer stop in the...
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July 18th brings the North East Honda Challenge series to Pocono Raceway. Saturday's race was held on the double infield layout which brings drivers down the famous pocono front straight clockwise. A decreasing radius right hander that...
Entering the peak of the Summer stretch for the NASA season, the So Cal regional racers stopped at Buttonwillow Raceway park west of...