Posts Tagged “NASA”

In Photos: 2014 NASA Utah Region Round 3

By | June 26, 2014

Another month means another round of NASA Utah. Held over the May 23-25 weekend on the East Track configuration of Miller Motorsports Park. Better weather brought out a few new faces to the track. Some of the more talked about cars were Makes and Models’s Audi R8 LMS (previously owned by GMG Racing, last seen by […]

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In Photos: 2014 NASA Utah Region Round 2

By | May 18, 2014

It’s been a month since the initial round of NASA Utah. This round was inundated with rain, more rain, wind, sleet, and did I mention I’m still trying to dry out my camera! While this round didn’t have the variety of cars as Round 1, there was no amount of excitement on the track. Everything […]

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In Photos: 2014 NASA Utah Region Round 1

By | April 3, 2014

What is that you hear in the distance? Did you noticed a slight scent of hot metal and exhausted race fuel in the air? Is it possible that it’s time to go racing again? Held over March 21-23rd on Miller Motorsports Park’s Outer loop track, NASA Utah Region had their first event of 2014 season. The weekend consisted […]

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In Photos: Grit and Determination – a glimpse into the 25 Hours of Thunderhill

By | December 28, 2013

The 25 Hours of Thunderhill – there is a reason why there’s a hashtag of “#SurviveThe25″. It’s rough, it’s tough, it tests the mental and physical faculties of teams and drivers. For more on this race, read Jason Bennion’s excellent coverage of the race. [photo | mike gillilan]

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25 Hours of Thunderhill: The Conclusion

By | December 18, 2013

The sun rose last Sunday morning to a considerably diminished field at Thunderhill Raceway Park. Of the 57 cars that had started the race the day before, only 37 were still running as of 9 AM on day two, following a dark, cold night in which temperatures plummeted into the low teens. (Remember, many of […]

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First Day at Thunderhill

By | December 7, 2013

Last night’s qualifying round for 25 Hours of Thunderhill took place in absolutely miserable conditions: rain phasing into sleet as the temperature plummeted, made all the worse by a bitter wind that cut through multiple layers of fleece and this reporter’s down coat like they weren’t even there. Snow was falling by the time the […]

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