The National Auto Sport Association is pleased to announce the promotion of Jeremy Croiset to the position of vice president.
Formerly the director of business development, Croiset has worked for NASA since 2005. The new promotion marks an important milestone in NASA’s history and in Croiset’s motorsports career. Croiset’s duties now include strategic planning and managing daily operations of the company.
“Everything I’ve accomplished in motorsports has led me to this moment,” Croiset said. “NASA gave me the opportunity to join the company more than a decade ago and it’s been an amazing journey. I love working everyday to bring new programs and ideas to fruition that NASA members can take advantage of on and off the track. My new role will provide me an even broader opportunity to continue that mission. NASA is a fantastic company and the product we put on track is second to none. I’m grateful for the opportunity, and looking forward to growing the organization even more.”
Croiset was instrumental in the development of the NASA Prototype Élan NP01, and the class in which it runs. Croiset also has played a major role in developing the NASA Championships, and creating prize packages and contingency awards that went into this year’s Toyo Tires Classic, the largest purse in amateur motorsports history. The Toyo Tires Classic will take place at this year’s NASA Championships at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.
“Jeremy is now positioned to bring great things to NASA in the coming years,” said NASA National Chairman Ryan Flaherty. “He’s dedicated himself to NASA for years and he knows our program better than anyone. He tackles problems head-on and has the creativity that make him a great fit for the role of vice president. I look forward to working with him in his new executive role.”