NASA and Toyo Tires Announce Richest 2020 Tire Contingency Prize Package Ever!

For the 18th consecutive year, Toyo Tires has been named the official tire of the National Auto Sport Association.

New for 2020, Toyo Tires has revised the payout structure to provide more awards than ever before. In open-tire classes, payouts now include section widths from 305 to 345, with increased payouts all the way to third place for regional and Championships competition! Open tire classes include AIX, Super Touring, German Touring Series and all Time Trial classes.

Spec tire classes now benefit from revised decal requirements for uniform placement and better visibility along with larger dollar amounts available to collect on.

Offering the deepest tire contingency payout plan in amateur sports car racing, Toyo Tires and NASA also have streamlined the processes for claiming contingencies. As debuted in 2019, competitors in spec tire classes fill out one annual registration form with one photo of each side, and the front and rear of their cars with the required decals, then submit claim forms online as their race season progresses.

Competitors in open-tire classes need only submit the four photos of the front, rear and sides of their cars, plus one of the Toyo Tire mounted on the wheels, and geotag the photos. Claims are done online the same way as competitors in spec tire classes. Geotagging instructions are explained in a link on the claim form.

“We’re extraordinarily proud of our long partnership with Toyo Tires,” said Jeremy Croiset, Vice President of NASA. “We have worked with Toyo Tires to enhance the 2020 program, which rewards NASA competitors with generous contingency prizes while providing unparalleled support throughout the race season.”

These programs are available beginning immediately for NASA competitors. For complete details on the Toyo Tires Contingency Program please visit


  1. Why are 265, 275, and 285 size tires excluded entirely from all regional and championship racing? I was running Toyo RRs in those sizes for the past several years. Back to Hoosiers…

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