Getting it Done out of Region

It can be difficult to go to another region and do well in a race. Because the COVID-19 pandemic canceled so many races in the Northern California, lots of NASA NorCal racers headed to Southern California to race at Buttonwillow in June, one of whom was Teen Mazda Challenge driver Wyatt Couch. Racing at an unfamiliar track, Couch finished sixth on Saturday, which determined his starting position for the qualifying race on Sunday. He put his head down and moved up four spots to finish second. He also finished second in the Sunday main. Well done.
Teen Mazda Challenge driver Wyatt Couch
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NASA SoCal Honda Challenge!

NASA racing is made up of tight-knit groups all across the country, and Honda Challenge in NASA SoCal is one of them. These guys are the best of friends and fierce competitors. They mix it up during the day and tip a few during the night. Here’s a small slice of Honda Challenge competition in the NASA SoCal Region!
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A Fast, Growing Class in NASA

Part of the allure of Spec E46 might just be the siren song of the BMW M54 straight six engine. There’s something sophisticated about it, almost regal, and standing starts only add to the appeal of the class. In the only event in the 2020 SoCal season so far, Spec E46 driver Peter Oneppo shows how much fun it is to run in a nice big field of equally prepared cars at Chuckwalla Valley Raceway.
Peter Oneppo’s Spec E46.
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