NASA (Texas Region)

The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) was formed in 1991 to deliver high quality motorsports events to enthusiasts at major racing venues throughout the nation. NASA has created programs that allow owners of both racecars and high-performance street-driven vehicles to enjoy the full performance capabilities of their cars in a safe and controlled environment. NASA offers many different programs that will allow you to enjoy motorsports on a number of different levels, including our High Performance Driving Events (HPDE), Rally Sport, Time Trial, NASA-X and Competition Racing programs.

American Iron and Spec Iron

The American Iron Series consists of three classes: American Iron (AI), American Iron Extreme (AIX) and Spec Iron (SI). The AI class is limited by a power-to-weight ration and other important factors to keep

the cars on an even playing field despite including nearly every pony car that has been produced in the United States since 1960. The AIX class is more "gonzo" with big horsepower, true racing slick tires, and

much more liberal build rules that make the cars wide open from the green flag. SI offers racers running 2005-2010 Mustang GT's an affordable "spec" build with direct support from Ford Racing.

Spec Miata

This class features Mazda Miatas racing under a tight set of parameters with minimal modifications. Spec Miata provides an affordable nationwide class in which all regions use the same rules and regulations to afford a level basis for competition. All 1990-1993 1600cc and 1994-2005 1800cc Miatas are eligible and must use specific Bilstein adjustable shocks in conjunction with Eibach springs and sway bars. The class is factory supported by Mazda's North American Operations Competition Parts Department.


If you are interested in learning the basics of High Performance Driving, or simply want to drive your car on a racetrack in a controlled and professionally staffed environment, then HPDE is for you. HPDE gives drivers a chance to test their skills and learn from NASA's cadre of experienced instructors in a venue designed for safe spirited driving far away from the risks present on the street. NASA's HPDE program has become the standard for the 'open track' industry and features multiple skill levels to ensure that drivers are able to enjoy a safe and fun day at the track.

SCCA (Southwest Division)

Since 1944, SCCA has had one mission: Bring motorsports to those who are passionate about it. From National Championships to regional events, whether professional or amateur, getting enthusiasts out of the armchair and into the action is what we’re all about. We organize, support and develop auto racing at every level. Autocross, Rally or Road Racing. Professional or weekend warrior. Fuel your passion here.