Nissan and NASA Introduce 350Z Racing Series

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Nissan has joined forces with The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) to introduce a new Spec Z series that aims to offer low cost motorsport thrills with the Nissan 350Z. We are talking about a single classification series that will allow you to compete in 350Z cars built between 2003 and 2008.
It all starts with the regional rounds, where a place on the podium can bring you up to $850. The top contenders in the 2012 NASA Championships will receive $6,500 from Nissan. In addition to that, the competition is also supported by BFGoodrich, which will not only provide the tires , but also introduce a contingency prize program for the series.

"NASA has a proven track record of growing classes from the ground up, so we are excited to be working with NASA on the new Spec Z series. We have a number of competitors already expressing interest in the series, so the potential for this series is very strong indeed,” said Ron Stukenberg, Senior Manager, Motorsports Marketing Communications, Nissan North America.
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