The NASA Championships moves each year to give racers across the country opportunities to compete on a national level at some of the finest road-racing venues in the nation.
For 2024, NASA is pleased to announce it will be hosting its Championships event Sept. 5-8 at Utah Motorsports Campus in Tooele, Utah.
NASA was the first amateur racing sanctioning bodies to break new ground with the idea of moving its Championships event from year to year, and it has chosen Utah Motorsports Campus as the site of its 18th annual event. This will be the fourth time NASA has hosted its Championships at Utah Motorsports Campus. The last time NASA held its Championships there was in 2013 when it was called Miller Motorsports Park.
“It has been a decade since we’ve hosted our Championships at Utah Motorsports Campus, and we’re excited to be headed back there for 2024,” said NASA Chief Executive Officer, Jeremy Croiset. “Utah Motorsports Park is unique in that its location is ideal for our competitors in the West, but also reasonably convenient to our members in the Midwest and even on the Eastern Seaboard. On top of that, the track is fun, fast and challenging, and the facilities are wonderfully suited to NASA Championships competition. We’re looking forward to welcoming the NASA nation to Utah next year.”
“We can’t wait to welcome the NASA Championships back to the Utah Motorsports Campus in 2024,” explained Garett Potter, UMC’s General Manager. “NASA has played a large part in UMC’s growth over the years, and we are big advocates of their racing program. This race next year solidifies our stance and what we are striving to provide here at UMC.”