The team’s historic Honda Challenge win at the 2016 National Auto Sport Association (NASA) Western States Championships has been documented with this 19 minute film filled with in-car action, commentary from John Lindsey, and insane last lap drama. Check it out.
The team picks up a well deserved win at Buttonwillow Raceway during Round 7 of the 2017 Honda Challenge season. Rob Krider earned the pole during qualifying and set a new track record at Buttonwillow for Honda Challenge 4 with a 2:11.644 lap time. Check out the media coverage of the team’s victory in the Sanger Herald HERE or the Register HERE
The NASA Toyo Tires 2016 Western States Championship wrap-up video has great footage of our team at the event. Thanks to Tactical Ops Brewing for helping us host the paddock party in our pits which is shown in the short film.
Here is the National Auto Sport Association SoCal Honda Challenge Schedule which Double Nickel Nine Motorsports will be running for 2017:
March 18/19 – Willow Springs – Honda Challenge Rounds 1 & 2
April 22/23 – Buttonwillow – Honda Challenge Rounds 3 & 4
May 20/21– Auto Club – Honda Challenge Rounds 5 & 6
June 24/25 – Buttonwillow – Honda Challenge Rounds 7 & 8
Oct 6-8 – Western States Champs @ Thunderhill (Single Race) – Honda Challenge Round 9
Oct 28/29 – Buttonwillow (*Double Points*) – Honda Challenge Rounds 10 & 11
See you at the track!
For winning the Honda Challenge 4 race at the NASA Western States Championship the team was lucky enough to be featured in the January 2017 issue of Grassroots Motorsports Magazine. Pretty awesome.
Annually the December issue of SpeedNews magazine always features the best of their coverage during the year. The 2016 issue features all five Honda Challenge build stories from Double Nickel Nine Motorsports as well as numerous Toolshed Engineer columns written by Rob Krider. Check out the online magazine by clicking HERE.
Team Double Nickel Nine Motorsports crushed the competition at the NASA Western States Championships in the Honda Challenge 4 class. Rob Krider in the #38 car took the win and Keith Kramer in the #33 car grabbed the final podium spot. With no cars running in the H4 class at the Eastern States Championships this solidifies Rob Krider as the 2016 Honda Challenge 4 National Champion.
More media and updates on the team as it comes out. Congrats!
Check out the full season tell all about DNN Motorsports and their championship chase at GearHeads4Life.com.
DNN Motorsports headed out to Buttonwillow Raceway Park to test out their “A Car” freshly built just for the National Auto Sport Association Honda Challenge 4 National Championship. The car ran great and the team is looking forward to a solid showing at the nationals.
Check out the final build story on the DNN Motorsports Acura Integra in SpeedNews Magazine.
NASA Nationals start October 14 with the final race for Honda Challenge on October 16 at 11:00 a.m. Come on out and cheer the team on.