Welcome to the Mid South Region of the National Auto Sport Association
Our next event will be in early March 2013. Keep checking back for more information as it becomes available.
The 2012 racing season is underway!
Our second season is off to a great start, including four events at Memphis International Raceway, NASA’s return to Gateway Motorsports Park in St. Louis, as well as another visit to Hallett Motor Racing Circuit for the “Summer Nationals”.
We are excited to announce that we will have a 10 event autocross (NASA-X) schedule this year. The autocross program will be led by Michael Morris with assistance from a team that have years of running successful autocross events in the Memphis area.
TAKE ME TO THE FORUM
For general information updates, or just bench racing and lie telling, click the link to be directed to our Forum site. See you at the track!
NASA has been innovative in creating new classes that keep up with the pace of today’s racing enthusiast. These classes are organized in a manner that ensures competitors have a state in the success of their series. >>
NASA-X is NASA's version of autocross with classes determined by base car classifications and then assigns points for upgrades similar to the Time Trial program. Autocross is an excellent entry into motorsports. >>
Our High Performance Driving Event (HPDE) program is a tiered level learning program designed to give street car drivers the opportunity to get on a racetrack with their own vehicles. >>
and gives advanced drivers a taste of competition by allowing them to compete for top lap times, in advanced, open passing run sessions, against similarly prepared cars. >>
NASA Speed News
The Official Publication of NASA
Issue 10 is available now.
NASA’s monthly news includes regional news, event coverage, tech articles, safety articles and so much more.
Read the latest edition here.
NASA’s Mid South region is headed by Shawn Taylor (Regional Director) and Mike Taylor (Race Director). The region offers safe, fun and professionally run events at racetracks in Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana, and Missouri and services members in those states as well as the surrounding area.