National Auto Sport Association

Register #3591: Jun 5th - 6th, 2021


NOLA Motorsports Park

Configuration: 2.73 mile configuration with the "Bus Stop"

Attention NASA Drivers

The June Event will bring a new configuration to NOLA. The 2.73 mile configuration with the "Bus Stop". More details coming soon.

Please feel free to call or email me if you have any questions.

John Crosby
Regional Director


For the March event we will be using the 2.73 mile circuit with the Bus Stop.  There will be Racing, HPDE, & Time Trials on Saturday and Sunday. 

NOLA Motorsports Park will be hosting an Open Track Day on June 4, 2021. The OTD will be running the same configuration as the NASA event. (The open track day is NOT a NASA event and is not associated with NASA).

The NASA Nola Region has developed a set of Supplemental Regulations which contains information regarding at track check-in procedures, series points and awards for Race, TT, and HPDE (yes, there will be year-end awards for HPDE!), what you can expect when arriving at the track, plus much more. 

Parade Laps – We will be doing parade laps on the 2.75 mile circuit during the lunch hour on Saturday and Sunday. See the schedule for the exact time. $20 per car each day. You will take about 5 laps behind a pace car at normal highway speeds. Passengers are allowed. You can prepay when registering.

Anyone who is a member of NASA (or a NASA sanctioned car club, such as INEX) may participate. Minimum age is 18 (16 with parental consent).

Camping - You may reserve an RV space which has 50-amp power and water service. These reservations are made online, directly with the track.


HPDE drivers are required to get a pre-tech inspection for your car performed by a qualified shop. Click here for a list of shops. You may also use your own shop. There will be a $50 charge to perform a tech inspection at the track if you do not bring your completed tech form. You also run the risk of failing tech and not being able to participate. Click here for NASA Nola HPDE Pre-Tech Form.

HPDE GENERAL NOTICE - If you do not see the HPDE Group that you want, it is full. If you would like to be added to a waitlist for your group, please email with the group in the subject line. Please feel free to contact Felix with any general registration questions.

HPDE1 is where it all starts. If you've never been on track before or would like to be guaranteed an instructor, sign up for HPDE1. If this group is full and you have not previously been signed off to run in a solo NASA group, please do not register to run in a higher HPDE group - you will not be allowed to run in a solo group. Email to be added to the HPDE-1 waitlist. 

HPDE 2 is for drivers that have been signed off to drive on their own. Normal passing rules apply. If we have instructors available, you can request to have an instructor ride with you. Please see this notice before signing up. 

HPDE 3: Saturday will slowly work up to additional passing by the end of the day. Sunday will be a continuation, starting with limited passing everywhere in the first session and then very quickly picking up the pace in the subsequent sessions. This should better prepare drivers for HPDE-4. Sunday only entries should be aware of this. At many NASA NOLA events, there will be one planned "drill" during the weekend to help drivers experience certain advanced aspects of track driving and better prepare them for TT or HPDE4. 

Note to HPDE 2 & 3 Drivers: Advanced instruction for level 2 and 3 drivers will be made available as instructor capacity permits.This may include the instructor riding right seat in your car or you taking a few hot laps in the instructor's car. Email Felix Bircher if you are interested. 

HPDE 4: Only advanced drivers with open passing skills are permitted in HPDE-4. All HPDE-4 drivers who are new to NASA must be pre-approved by the HPDE-4 Group Leader or Chief Instructor before being allowed to drive in HPDE-4.

For a more detailed explanation of what HPDE is all about visit this page on the NASA website:

Time Trials: TT is open passing. You must possess a NASA TT license to be in this class. If you need to apply for a license, do it now.
Here is a link to the NASA TT website:

Todd Morrell is the TT Series Leader. Please feel free to contact Todd with any questions.

Instructor: HPDE instructors... Sign up under Instructor. Instructors can run in TT or HPDE-4. If you are instructing but not driving, choose "Instructor" as your class.

Race & TT Cars with Annual Tech Stickers are not required to go through tech at each event.
Race & TT Annual Tech Form


Racers must wear a head and neck restraint devices bearing an SFI 38.1 certification. Racer's fire drill will be mandatory once per calendar year starting in 2020. (Driver must be in the car, with the engine running, in full gear, and be able to exit the car within 10 seconds.) 

Chris Carver will be Race Director. Feel free to contact Chris with any questions that you may have.

Please enter early so that we can properly divide the groups. If you don't know which class to enter, please refer to the NASA Pro Racing site.


If you wish to cancel your registration, please contact Felix Bircher at
Our standard policy is to give you a full credit for a future NASA NOLA event with 10 days notice. If you cancel within 10 days or you are a no show, no credit. At any time prior to the start of a race day, the event organizer may deem the track un-drivable due to severe inclement weather. If this happens, a credit towards a future event will be issued for each day of cancellation. Once cars are on the track for the first session, there will be no cancellation. Any updates to this policy will be given 30 days prior to events. 

Registration is closed for this event!

You may be able to contact NOLA Region for help or additional information.

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