NASA 25 Hours of Thunderhill


aFe POWER, aFe CONTROL and Takeda sponsored vehicles both take home podium finishes!

The NASA 25 Hours is the longest closed road race in the US, and is a grueling testament to performance and reliability. The aFe POWER sponsored BMW M3 was solid throughout the race, despite missing its rear bumper in the final hours, finishing 2nd in class. The Takeda 370Z also suffered some bumps and bruises but pulled through just behind the aFe M3 to clinch the 3rd spot in class. Each car had 50+ pit stops for fuel and tires, and 9 total drivers sharing the 25 hours in the cars, including the newly formed aFe CONTROL's own Aaron Pfadt piloting the 370Z with 3 others and providing technical guideance to both teams.

aFe CONTROL is developing a high performance line of suspension products, including coilover systems, springs, sway bars and many others. Applications will include Corvette, Camaro, BMW, Porsche and additional import and European applications.

aFe was proud to sponsor the race team CA Sport, who also manages teams in other NASA events, as well as Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge, Grand-am and Rolex Series, SCCA and others.

Drivers of the aFe CONTROL / Takeda Nissan 370Z

Aaron Pfadt

Bryan Heitkotter

Lara Tallman

Vesko Kozarov

Drivers of the aFe CONTROL / aFe POWER BMW M3

Marc Miller

Ray Mason

Kristian Boodoosingh

Byron Smith

Bruce Trenery

Check out the gallery below, and we'll be adding video soon!



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