NASA racing drivers in German Touring Series, Super Touring and Time Trial who use Nitron, JRZ, Penske or Ohlins shocks can get in on a new contingency program from Inertia Lab, a Dallas-based, factory-authorized sales and service facility for the shock brands mentioned above.
Inertia Lab’s contingency program will offer certificates good toward the purchase of products or services, such as rebuilding and revalving, for regional competition. Inertia Lab also will hold a random drawing for five competitors in eligible classes at the NASA Championships. NASA drivers would be required to run one Inertia Lab decal on both sides of their cars.
When there are six or more starters in regional competition, Inertia Lab is offering certificates worth $80 for first, $60 for second, $50 for third and $40 for fourth. There’s a maximum of one award per weekend per car and three awards total for the 2022 racing season, and awards are good through the 2022 calendar year.
You can find all the details on the Inertia Lab contingency page.