The greatest value in purpose-built prototype racecars


Price change made effective July 1st, 2022, due to increases in the global cost of goods.

The NASA Prototype by Sebeco Motorsport

The primary goals for the SEBECO NP01-EVO NASA Prototype were simple: Create the world’s most affordable closed-cockpit prototype racecar that offers the highest performance per dollar spent. Make it fun. Make it fast. Make it safe. The NP01-EVO does all that and it puts a huge smile on the face of anyone who drives it.

The SEBECO NP01-EVO NASA Prototype is a fully tube framed, composite body racecar designed from the ground up to achieve all those goals. With emphasis on affordability and durability, the NP01-EVO is more cost-effective to campaign than many production cars converted for racing, and it’s faster than nearly all of them. And by the way, the cars that outperform the NASA Prototype often costs tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of dollars more.

Designed and built to compete in the NASA Prototype racing series, the NP01-EVO also is eligible to race in NASA’s Super Touring category, so you will always have a place to race.


Center single-seat enclosed prototype component racecar for NASA Prototype competition

Composite body with replaceable sections to reduce repair costs

Opening prototype-style doors with latches

Full front splitter

Rear diffuser

Adjustable full-width rear wing

Head, tail and rain lights, windshield wiper

Polycarbonate windshield and side windows


Sealed Mazda 2.0-liter MZR engine with dry sump

Six-speed sequential Sadev SL-75 transaxle

Paddle-shift system available as an upgrade

ACT 8-pound steel flywheel and race clutch disc

AEM Infinity sealed ECU

AiM MXL2 dash (upgrade to MXSs/MXG available)

included items

The NP01-Evo race car is delivered as a complete running, drivable NP01-EVO. The only items needed in addition to the original order are safety belts, nets, fluids, and fuel. A kit option may become available in the future.


1018 steel-tube frame, tig welded with integral roll cage structure

Side intrusion protection bars

Force-attenuation nose box structure

Fully adjustable suspension with MCS double-adjustable shocks

235-620-R17 Hoosier Slick Tires

17-inch x 9-inch OZ wheels

StopTech forged aluminum four-piston brake calipers

Huge two-piece rotors with aluminum hats

12-gallon Pyrotect fuel cell

Fire suppression system


Approx. 1,500 lbs. w/o driver

102” wheelbase

169” overall length

43.9” max height

75.4” max width

155+ mph max speed


Paddle Shift System Upgrade


Billet uprights

Endurance Fuel cell (increases capacity by 20%)

Cool Suit system – Chillout Systems or Fast Cooling

Endurance lighting kit (Club/Racer/Pro options)

Helmet cooling kit

Quick-fuel dry-break kit – Single or dual

Alignment tool kit



West Coast Tracks

East Coast Tracks


Feb 26-27

Thunderhill Raceway

No Points

March 26-27

Auto Club Speedway

No Points

April 22-24

Thunderhill Raceway

Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course

May 13-15

Virginia International Raceway


May 21-22

Willow Springs International Raceway

June 11-12

Road Atlanta

June 25-26

Sonoma Raceway

July 22-24

Pittsburgh International

July 29-31

Utah Motorsports Campus

WERC 6hr Enduro

Sept 14-18

Weathertech Raceway Laguna Seca

Weathertech Raceway Laguna Seca

NASA Championships

Oct 8-9

Buttonwillow Raceway

Watkins Glen International

Oct 21-23

National Corvette Museum

Nov 12-13

Chuckwalla Valley Raceway

locations of existing np01-evo owners


lap times

Buttonwillow Raceway, #1 CW

1:50 (actual)

Circuit of The Americas

2:20 (projected)

WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca

1:28 (projected)

Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course

1:28 (projected)

National Corvette Museum

2:13 (projected)

Sebring International Raceway

2:15 (projected)

Road America

2:24 (projected)

Road Atlanta

1:29 (projected)

Sonoma Raceway

1:36 (projected)

Watkins Glen

1:55 (projected)

Virginia International Raceway

1:59 (projected)


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