DNN Motorsports Wins National Championship!

Rob Krider piloting the #38 Acura Integra of Double Nickel Nine Motorsports brings home the Honda Challenge 4 2018 National Championship from the Circuit of the Americas in Texas.

DNN Motorsports trailered three cars and took 32 crew members to the Circuit of the Americas for the 2018 National Auto Sport Association (NASA) road racing National Championships presented by Toyo Tires. When the checked flag dropped on the Honda Challenge 4 race, DNN Motorsports finished 1-2 with Rob Krider in the 38 car taking the National Championship and Keith Kramer in the 33 car taking home second place while earning the fastest lap in the race (which is a track record for Honda Challenge 4 at COTA).

Here are some media links from the weekend:

2018 NASA National Champions article highlights all of the National Champs (TURNology).

How to Get Champagne On Your Driver’s Suit article shows the hard work and determination that it takes to win a National Championship (TURNology).

Krider Wins National Championship article details DNN Motorsports adventure in Texas and taking the National Championship Crown (The Register).

Top Drivers Set Qualifying Poles for National Championships article mentions Rob Krider earning pole in Honda Challenge 4 (SpeedNews).

Qualifying Races Set Grids for Championship Races article mentions Rob Krider winning qualifying race (flag to flag) (SpeedNews).

NASA Crowns Champions article mentions Rob Krider’s domination of the Honda Challenge 4 field at the National Championships (SpeedNews).

The 38 car set the fastest qualifying time, led flag to flag, and won every race it entered during the National Championship weekend. It was untouchable.

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