For the upcoming weekend, if you aren’t planning to go to the NASA Championships Presented by Toyo Tires at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, then you can almost “be there” for all the racing action. Yes, the National Auto Sport Association (NASA) Championships on September 19-22 are streaming live from the Lexington, Ohio, racetrack.
So, if Ohio is geographically challenging for you, well fear not because you can watch the Livestream on your computer, smartphone, or tablet.
If you get the worst weekend shift of all time, maybe you can commandeer a work computer. We don’t necessarily recommend or condone that . . . but you could.
Racers have been fighting for points all season at five regional championships and now will face off at the NASA Championships. The event stream is going live on Friday, September 19 and will continue during regular racing hours until the Sunday, September 21st finale.
With the Livestream, viewers can look forward to multiple camera angles from ideal track-side locations and exciting in-car camera video as it happens, from both the Time Trail groups and the racing classes like NASA Prototype, German Touring Series 2, German Touring Series 3, and German Touring Series 4, and all the Spec classes.
Any Livestream is only as good as the announcers, so veterans Neil Daily, Will Faules, John Lindsey, and Edwin Pardue are at the ready to be giving the turn-by-turn excitement through the audio. All three days of racing on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday are covered with the leading interviews, commentary, and all the victory celebrations.
The TURNology team will be busy cranking out coverage and will be watching the Livestream channel for the NASA Championships action. NASA Championships news updates are also available on their NASASpeed.News channel for any up to the minute and breaking news announcements. For the live broadcast schedule, go to the NASA Championships page HERE!
Editor Note: We’d like to wish all the participants good luck in this year’s championship races! Especially, our own Rob “Right Foot” Krider and his Double Nickel Nine racing team, as Rob competes to win his fourth-consecutive Honda Challenge Championship! Good luck and stay safe out there folks!