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Kai Goddard shows us what it’s like to drive at the NASA 25 Hours of Thunderhill

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The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) 25 Hours of Thunderhill is the longest endurance race in the world. Last year, our good friend, Kai Goddard, raced the #21 Grip Racing /Wilson Motorsports Lexus IS300 alongside veteran drivers Johnny Kanavas, Scott Webb, Beau Borders, and John Klusendorf to an exciting fifth place finish in Class E0.

We will be bringing you coverage of the 2011 NASA 25 Hours of Thunderhill as Kai Goddard will race under SNT Motorsports Development Corporation in their Ford GT. The 2011 race will see a field of over 70 cars in six classes race for a full 25 hours.

Kai Goddard NASA 25 Hours of Thunderhill Video


[Source: Kai Goddard Motorsports YouTube Channel]

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