National Auto Sport Association

Mazda Renews Lucrative Awards Program for NASA Competitors

The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) is pleased to announce the renewal of Mazda's contingency program worth nearly $500,000 for drivers competing in Mazda vehicles in 2009. Rewards are available for drivers in NASA's competition racing and Time Trial programs. The regional program will pay up to $1000 to the top driver in a region or $1200 if a local champion chooses to attend the NASA Championships presented by Toyo Tires at Miller Motorsports Park. The program will also pay cash rewards down to 5th place for year-end finishes in each NASA Region.

As part of the program, Mazda has posted a very generous payout for the podium finishers at the NASA Championships with a total cash value of $8750 per class where the champion can walk away with a $4,500 award. Mazda owners also have the chance to vie for two National Championships since many of the cars fit well into more than one NASA class, so with the right combination and focus, a Mazda owner could walk away with $9000 if they win 2 titles.
For complete details on the 2009 MAZDASPEED Motorsports Development contingency awards program and any requirements which must be fulfilled, please visit our detailed information page

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