2002 NASA East Coast Honda Challenge
The Challenge is a race series sanctioned by NASA, but managed by a board of Honda competition drivers. The simple goal of the series is to give the Honda/Acura enthusiast a racing venue that is safe and competitive. To that end the series will be managed under strict driver conduct rules including a version of the traditional 13/13 rule used by many marque and vintage racing clubs.
The schedule has yet to be determined, but plans include a 5 race series with visits to VIR, CMP, Summit Point, and Lowes Motor Speedway. Each race weekend will include 2 practice sessions, 2 qualifying sessions, and 2 points sprint races (about 2 hours of seat time). Points will be compiled and awards given to the series champions in each class.
For more details and the rules draft (still in development), visit the temporary website at http://pws.prserv.net/krshultz/honda-challenge.com
For more information and/or to be added to the driver list, contact:
Scott Giles, ECHC Co-Director
Karl Shultz, ECHC Co-Director
[This message has been edited by Lud (edited 13 July 2001).]
BTW for anyone who doesn't know, the 13/13 rule means that if you have an incident, you are on probation for 13 months. If you have another during the probation, you are suspended for 13 months.