Now that the 2022 Championships are behind us, it’s time for teams to begin ramping up and get serious about registering for the 2022 25 Hours of Thunderhill Presented by Hawk Performance.

As announced earlier, there are some rule changes for the 2022 event, all of which are outlined in the supplemental rules and, of course, the CCR. NASA also has introduced a brand-new registration process for the event, which should make things simpler for all interested teams.

There are now eight regular classes for the 25: E0, E1, E2, E3, ES, ESR, ENP and now GT, which will give cars faster than ST1 a class without having to compete with sports racers. The intent is to open it, but not limit it to, GT3 and GT4 cars, stock cars and prototype kits such as the Factory Five Racing GTM.

All questions regarding vehicle eligibility should be directed to the event director and NASA Executive Director Jerry Kunzman: [email protected].

We’ll see you at Thunderhill!

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