NASA is pleased to announce that the Nissan Motorsports’ Contingency Program is back for 2024! For Nissan racers and TT competitors familiar with the program, it is essentially a continuation of the generous 2023 program.

A long-time supporter of NASA, NISMO is eager to welcome new drivers and proud to support all competitors racing Nissan cars. Prizes include up to $1,500 for a class winner at the NASA Championships. There are also prizes for regional racing and Time Trial competition.

For example, Nissan will pay $550 for first, $300 to second and $150 to third-place finishers when there are five or more cars starting from grid. That includes Spec Z and Super Touring classes. In races with three or more vehicles, the prizes are reduced to $275 for first and $125 for second.

For Time Trial competitors, including the new Time Trial Target program, NISMO will pay $500 for first place and $250 for second in classes with three or more cars in class. If you race a Nissan, you have to take advantage of this program!

To claim your contingencies, you must be a registered member of the Nissan Motorsports Racer Support Program with all required vehicle logos and driver suit patches. For all the details, including registration and claim forms, guidelines, requirements and FAQ’s visit NASA’s NISMO contingency page.

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