New competition director named

NASA ADDS NEW COMPETITION DIRECTOR TO NATIONAL STAFF NASA announced today that Bryan Cohn will assume the newly created position of National Competition Manager. Bryan's focus will include overseeing the operation of the NASA National ...

NASA ADDS NEW COMPETITION DIRECTOR TO NATIONAL STAFF

NASA announced today that Bryan Cohn will assume the newly created position of National Competition Manager. Bryan's focus will include overseeing the operation of the NASA National Championships at Mid Ohio Sports Car Course as well as working on all of NASA's competition programs.

Bryan brings a magnitude of experience with him which equips him well for the new position with NASA. Bryan first started attending motorsports events in 1969 at the age of five years old. He has worked as a mechanic on just about every kind of car in racing, over a 20 year period. He has been an Event Chairman, Chief Driving Instructor, Tech Inspector, Corner Worker, Board Member, and even a Regional Executive for SCCA. Until recently, he was also the National Club Racing Competition Manager for the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA).

"Having Bryan come aboard is very exciting for us," said Jerry Kunzman, NASA Executive Director. "He brings so much to the table at such a critical time in our program. He will be part of the history in the making and we are glad to have him with us."

Founded in 1991, the National Auto Sport Association is a membership-driven organization that stages over 120 professionally managed events for automobile racers and driving enthusiasts coast to coast. With more than 15,000 members in 15 chapters nationwide, NASA's amateur racing programs cover a variety of motorsport disciplines, including competition road racing, high-performance driving events for street-licensed cars, rallying, autocross, drifting and time trial competitions.

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