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.