The National Auto Sport Association is pleased to announce that the Hawaii Rally Sport Association will be organizing the newest NASA region for the 2020 season and beyond. The NASA Hawaii Region initially will focus on continuing HRSA’s successful rallycross series, but will expand into other areas of motorsport as new facilities are built in the Hawaiian Islands.
“We are happy to be able to offer NASA programs to our friends in Hawaii,” said John Lindsey, NASA’s General Counsel. “We look forward to growing the sport and also helping however we can to get more facilities built in Hawaii for enthusiasts to enjoy.”
Hawaii Rally Sport Association President and Regional Executive Avery Tsui said he is excited to be starting NASA Hawaii Region, and looking forward to introducing more islanders to motorsports.
“We will be applying over a decade of motorsports experience as event organizers. Members of the HRSA team also have decades of experience as motorsports participants in Hawaii and the mainland,” Tsui said. “We plan to grow the group slowly and maximize safe seat time for all participants. It is also our goal to continue our charity work with Make-A-Wish Hawaii and other benefactors. Members of HRSA and the NASA Hawaii Region are also deeply involved in developing motorsports venues in Hawaii. We are fortunate to have been invited to help develop the Circuit Hawaii motorsports venue in Honolulu. Hawaii Rally Sport Association and NASA Hawaii Region are looking forward to a safe, fun, and successful future in Hawaii.”
You can find more information on NASA Hawaii by visiting its Facebook page, and also by visiting www.nasahawaii.org.