The NASA Championships moves each year to give racers around the country equal opportunities to compete on a national level at some of the finest road-racing venues all across the country.
For 2023, NASA is pleased to announce it will be hosting its Championships event Sept. 7-10 at Pittsburgh International Race Complex in Wampum, Pa.
NASA was among the few amateur racing organizations to break new ground with the idea of moving its Championships event from year to year, and it has chosen Pittsburgh International Race Complex as the site of its 17th annual event.
“The moment you drive your first lap at Pittsburgh International Race Complex, you will fall in love with the track,” said NASA Chief Operating Officer, Jeremy Croiset. “The wooded and green rolling hills of western Pennsylvania create a stunning backdrop for the biggest race on our calendar. But it’s the challenging nature of the track, the elevation changes, off-camber turns, blind rises and fast straightaways that will make it an exciting venue for our 2023 NASA Championships, and we’re proud to partner with Pitt Race for this event.”
Just 40 some miles from downtown Pittsburgh, Pitt Race is located in a part of the country convenient to the Midwest, the South and Great Lakes areas as well as the entire Eastern Seaboard.
“The Pittsburgh International Race Complex team is excited to host the 17th Annual NASA Championship in 2023,” said Kathy Stout, owner of Pittsburgh International Race Complex. “We have always enjoyed a great relationship with the organization, its members, and the participants. Our team looks forward to the event, and seeing the hundreds of competitors from across the country compete at Pitt Race.”
This is cool and all, but like where is everyone going to park? NASA GL fills this lot up during a regional event.
There is plenty of prime, paved parking. This is a non issue- Jay Andrew
well race car driving is fun and all but what if you crash?
You get towed in, assess the damage and figure out how to get back out there.