Ford Performance continues yet again to energize the NASA racing scene with the 2024 contingency program, reaffirming its commitment to NASA and its competitors. The program is offering rewarding cash incentives for regional Spec Iron races, promising $250 for the victor, $200 to runner-up, and $50 for the third-place finisher, provided there are at least three competitors.

The stakes are higher in regional championships, and the program encompasses Spec Iron, American Iron, American Iron Extreme, and Super Touring categories. The top three finishers in these championships will receive $700, $500, and $250 respectively.

When it comes to the NASA Championships, the prize money soars. Winners will take home $2,000, second place will earn $1,000, and third place will garner $750, with this enhanced payout structure being applicable when five or more racers take the start. These generous awards are available across AI, AIX, SI, and ST divisions.

Interested drivers can check out all the program and claim requirements at the Ford Performance contingency page on

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