NASA Hawaii has increased the number of its events in 2021 to 12, including a charity day road rally in Honolulu with the Subaru Club.

NASA Hawaii has announced its 2021 schedule, which begins in February and ends in December, with seven dates at Coral Crater Adventure Park, four events at Kualoa Ranch and a charity day road rally in Honolulu with the Subaru Club.

Marking the conclusion of the 2020 season, NASA Hawaii announced its 2020 champions. In the stock front-wheel-drive category, John Vallero took first by more than 100 points over his nearest competitor. In stock rear-wheel drive, Matt Schimada took the championship. In stock all-wheel drive, Henry Acosta came out on top.

In the prepared categories, Donald Bernard edged out second place by just 14 points in prepared rear-wheel drive. Prepared all-wheel drive was even closer, with Joe Bernath taking first by just two points.

In the modified categories, Jarrod Barlow took the front-drive category with the greatest number of points of all Hawaii drivers, and Avery Tsui took the championship with a convincing points lead in modified rear-wheel drive. In modified all-wheel drive, Davin Kubo came out on top.

To set your schedule for 2021, check out the NASA Hawaii calendar.

NASA Hawaii’s 2021 schedule includes seven dates at Coral Crater Adventure Park.
Image courtesy of Avery Tsui

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