It’s our favorite time of year! No, not Christmas – it’s NASA’s 25 Hours of Thunderhill! And this year can watch the action live all weekend long thanks to NASA’s live broadcast of the epic enduro race.
Everyone loves an underdog! Watch episode one of “The Big Engine That Could” mini-series.
Here’s a short excerpt from our documentary “The Big Engine That Could” that we think summarizes why we loved running the NASA 25 Hours Of Thunderhill. Maybe you would love running it too? The 2018 race is November 30-December 2. Visit nasa25hour.com for more information.
The 25 Hours of Thunderhill holds a special spot in our hearts. It is a race that is open to amateurs, on somewhat limited budgets (compared to Le Mans or even VLN), that draws interesting cars and drivers and is held on a very good track. Assuming you are with us on this, and that maybe you have some time to kill on Thanksgiving and the following weekends, here are some things to do:
As you may know, we are fans of NASA’s 25 Hours of Thunderhill. The 25 is an epic race staged in December every year at Thunderhill Raceway, north of the Winding Road Team TFB shop in Sonoma, California.