Team Bean & Dog Racing and Team Double Nickel Nine Motorsports have joined forces to represent the West Coast at the 2019 NASA National Championships at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. It will be an East-West battle in Honda Challenge 4 this year and DNN Motorsports is hoping to come out on top (of course). Steve Peterson (driver of the number 23 Honda CRX) is doing the long haul duties pulling the DNN Motorsports trailer. The Double Nickel boys will fly in Wednesday to unload into Garage 4 at Mid-Ohio and prepare for a full day of testing on Thursday.
DNN Motorsports is in full prep mode getting the cars ready for the 2,300 mile tow to Lexington, OH, to take on the 2019 NASA National Championships. The team wants to keep the winning streak alive! Article at The Register on the team preparing for the Nats can be found HERE.
2018 Honda Challenge 4 National Champions (Circuit of the Americas)
2018 Honda Challenge 4 SoCal Regional Champions (Mutiple Tracks)
2017 Honda Challenge 4 Western States Champions (Thunderhill)
2016 Honda Challenge 4 Western States Champions (Buttonwillow)
For those who would like to view the live video feed from the event click this link HERE.
During Round 7 of the NASA SoCal Honda Challenge series, Double Nickel Nine Motorsports wins again with Keith Kramer in the 33 car taking first place and Rob Krider in the 38 car taking second. The team has officially qualified for the NASA National Championships at Mid-Ohio in September.
The Double Nickel Nine Motorsports racing team had an outstanding weekend with NASA at Buttonwillow with Rob Krider winning the Honda Challenge 4 race on Saturday, Keith Kramer and Rob Krider finishing second in E3 during the WERC three hour enduro Saturday night and then Keith Kramer bringing home the final podium of the weekend with a 3rd place in Sunday’s Honda Challenge Race. The pit crew was flawless and the cars were fast both day and night. Great weekend! Click HERE to read the article in the Napa Valley Register or click HERE to read the article in the Sanger Herald.