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"Survive the 25" Documentary Premiers May 3 on MavTV

Author: NASA-GL/Tuesday, April 12, 2016/Categories: National News

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NAPA VALLEY, CA (April 12, 2016) – Race fans will soon be able to get up close and personal as we follow four race teams competing at the 2015 running of the National Auto Sport Association’s 25 Hours of Thunderhill, presented by Hawk Performance. The documentary titled “Survive the 25” chronicles the experience of competing in the longest endurance race in the United States, which is held each December at Thunderhill Raceway Park in Willows, California. Television viewers will get behind the scenes views of all the action and drama that the 25 Hours brings. This one race is the equivalent of an entire race season all rolled into one.


NASA’s 25 Hours of Thunderhill presented by Hawk Performance has become a staple of endurance racing, drawing top competitors and teams from all around the world. The changing weather, deep field of competitors, and taxing track layout make the event especially exciting for teams, drivers and fans alike.


“Survive the 25” is a documentary that chronicles the struggles and triumphs of four teams as they battle through the 2015 NASA 25 Hours of Thunderhill presented by Hawk Performance. The show will premier on the MavTV network Tuesday, May 3rd at 6pm ET. The show features 4 teams, CLP Motorsports, Flying Lizard (Team Toyo), Ryno Racing, and the factory Mazda effort.


For more information on the 25 Hours of Thunderhill presented by Hawk Performance, please visit www.nasa25hour.com


For TV Schedule: Show premiers May 3, 6pm ET. The show re-airs each Tuesday at 6pm ET. for the remainder of the month.



The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) was formed in 1991 with the premise of delivering high-quality motorsports events to enthusiasts at major racing venues throughout the nation. NASA has created programs that allow owners of both racecars and high-performance street-driven vehicles to enjoy the full performance capabilities of their cars in a controlled professionally managed environment. NASA offers many different programs that will allow you to enjoy motorsports on a number of different levels, including our High Performance Driving Events (HPDE), Rally Sport, Time Trial, NASA-X and Competition Racing programs.


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