NASA debuted its inaugural Club Sim Racing league at Circuit of the Americas on April 7, complete with more than 90 entries, play-by-play announcers and, of course, contingency prize money from Toyo Tires and Hawk Performance!

The rest of the season will continue as scheduled, with Club and Pro leagues facing off on some of the most desirable and challenging racetracks all across the United States. As the season unfolds, more and more cars will be introduced in the Pro League, with setup options open to the preferences of the competing drivers.

DateTrackCarEntryPrize Money
4/7/20COTA Grand PrixGMX5 Fixed SetupFree RaceNo
4/14/20COTA Grand PrixGMX5 Open Setup$49Yes
4/21/20Weather Tech Raceway Laguna SecaGMX5 Fixed SetupFree RaceNo
4/28/20Weather Tech Raceway Laguna SecaDW12 Open Setup$49Yes
5/5/20Texas Motor Speedway RovalNC MX5 Fixed SetupFree RaceNo
5/12/20Texas Motor Speedway RovalDW12 Open Setup$49Yes
5/19/20Virginia International RacewayGMX5 Fixed SetupFree RaceNo
5/26/20Virginia International RacewayGMX5 Open Setup$49Yes
6/2/20Lime Rock ParkNC MX5 Fixed SetupFree RaceNo
6/9/20Lime Rock ParkGMX5 Open Setup$49Yes
6/16/20Daytona RovalSR8 Fixed SetupFree RaceNo
6/23/20Daytona RovalRiley DP Open Setup$49Yes
7/7/20Summit Point FullGMX5 Fixed SetupFree RaceNo
7/14/20Summit Point FullGMX5 Open Setup$49Yes
7/21/20Sonoma RacewayGMX5 Fixed SetupFree RaceNo
7/28/20Sonoma RacewayDW12 Open Setup$49Yes
8/4/20Road AtlantaGMX5 Fixed SetupFree RaceNo
8/11/20Road AtlantaGMX5 Open Setup$49Yes
8/18/20Barber Motorsports ParkGMX5 Fixed SetupFree RaceNo
8/25/20Barber Motorsports ParkDW12 Open Setup$49Yes

 

NASA Great Lakes driver John D. Allen took second place at the inaugural NASA Club Sim race at Circuit of the Americas on April 7.

“I hope this brings a sense of community and positive interaction during the quarantine period, as well as scratching the itch for real competition with many NASA racers already training and racing on simulators at home,” said NASA Texas Regional Director, Will Faules. “It also presents a good opportunity for NASA to grow into the big ‘e-sector’ in the events NASA offers regionally and nationally. We wanted to use club friendly vehicles in the Club League with more challenging vehicles in the Pro League, all while using vehicles included in iRacing as not to incur more costs for the participants in these inaugural leagues.”

Watch the archived version of the inaugural race below

Image courtesy of John D. Allen

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