Designed to be a driver development program and the first rung on the ladder to professional sports car racing, the NASA Teen Mazda Challenge has grown even more for the 2019 season. More drivers. More cars. More competition. New for 2019, the TMC has unveiled a new logo to be used for drivers’ suit patches and windshield banners, which will
Last-lap battles are the best, like this one between Michael Gerowitz in his Porsche 944 and Dan Fargo in his Mazda Miata in Performance Touring D at Mid-Ohio Sportscar Course. Fargo slowed due to smoke obscuring Turn 7, which allowed Gerowitz to catch up, and it was game on. Gerowitz made a bold move coming out of Turn 13, but
Most NASA competitors are DIY folks. We build and maintain our own racecars and take enormous pride when those cars hit the track. But, just because we can do “most” of the work on our cars, doesn’t mean we are experts on every system in a racecar. For a lot of racers, electronics are intimidating. Most racers I know hate
NASA National named Shawn Meze as its Technical Director of Racing in February 2018. Responsible for cultivating the growth and technical aspects of new and existing classes, and oversight of the NASA Prototype series, Meze has had a busy first year.
He’s presided over testing and adaptation of a new spring package for Spec E30, and was on hand for testing