Before we write this short article, we would like to say how amazing it was to finally experience shooting Mondo. The track is huge and the racing is even more so competitive. We had an absolute BLAST.
We have been covering NASA events for quite some time, but this was by far our most exciting event we have covered for NASA. The racing was competitive, the weather was perfect, hardly anyone’s car broke down, and most of all – We got to experience the legendary Mondo track.
Normally they don’t have to take pit stops in their races, but during their enduro race, one pit stop was granted. This was used to change tires if needed, fuel, and etc. During fueling, you were given a penalty if you were to spill onto the ground. To avoid this, you can put a tray down, a huge blanket, whatever – you just had to make sure no fuel touched the ground. As easy as this sounds, you have a set goal to get back out on track and to do this, you have to be fast and quick on your feet. Mistakes are very easily made.
If you have never had a chance to race in NASA, we highly advise in doing so! You learn so much all the way from a proper racing line to top notch safety. It is the best way to improve your driving whether you’re drifting or wanting to do road racing.
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