Now in its second year, the 2023 Maxxis Contingency Program is now up and running, and claims are open for Spec E30. The contingency program also is available open tire classes, a program that has been in place since 2017. Interested NASA members can find all information, including registration and claim forms on the dedicated Maxxis contingency program page.

To better service NASA members, Maxxis brought on additional dealers Phil’s Tire Service for drivers on the East Coast and AIM Tires to make things easier for drivers on the West Coast. As of Feb. 1, 2023, Maxxis will waive shipping fees for Maxxis e-store orders, and drivers will now get notifications when their claim is submitted, processed, and shipped. Contingency tire prizes always have free shipping

As with years past, there are decal-placement guidelines, and you can find them on the NASA forums page. In addition to Spec E30 racers required to use Maxxis tires, NASA members are eligible for a 10 percent discount on Maxxis VR-1 and RC-1 tires. You can apply on the member benefits discount registration page.

“We wanted to make it easier and more convenient for NASA drivers in spec and open-tire classes to be able to get the most out of the Maxxis contingency plan,” said John Wu, director of product strategy for Maxxis International — USA. “By adding dealers on both coasts and discounts for all NASA members, we hope more NASA members take full advantage of the programs.”

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