NASA NP01 Built by SEBECO Motorsport – Specifications.

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  • Center Single Seat Enclosed Prototype Component Race Car for NASA Prototype Competition
  • Composite Body with Easily Replaced Sections to Reduce Repair Costs
  • Opening Prototype Style Doors with Latches
  • Functional Front Splitter
  • Adjustable Full Width Rear Wing
  • Head, Tail and Rain Lights Windshield Wiper
  • Polycarbonate Windshield and Side Windows


  • 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
  • 235/40/17 Toyo Proxes RR Tires
  • 17 x 9 OZ Wheels
  • StopTech Forged aluminum 4 Piston Brake Calipers
  • HUGE 2-piece rotors with aluminum hats
  • 11 gal Pyrotect Fuel Cell
  • Safecraft 5lb electric Fire suppression system


  • Sealed Mazda 2.0 Liter MZR Engine with Dry Sump (Approx. 200 HP)
  • 6 Speed Sequential Sadev SL-75 Transaxle
  • Paddle Shift System (Available as an Upgrade)
  • ACT 8lb steel Flywheel and race clutch disc
  • AEM Infinity8 Sealed ECU
  • AIM MXL2 Dash (Upgrade to MXS/MXG available)


  • Approx. 1450 – 1500 Lbs.
  • 102” Wheelbase
  • 161.0” Overall Length
  • 43.9” Max Height
  • 75.4” Max Width
  • 155 Max Speed


The NP01 Race Car comes delivered as a complete running, drivable NP01. The only items needed in addition to the original order are safety belts, nets, fluids, and fuel. A kit option maybe available in the future.


  • Cool Suit System
  • Endurance Lighting Kit
  • Windscreen Demisting Kit
  • Helmet Cooling Kit
  • Quick Fuel Dry Break Kit
  • Alignment Tool Kit
  • Radio Mounting Kit
  • Custom Made Low Profile Jack
  • Airjacks


Ready to order your SEBECO Motorsport NP01? You won’t regret it! Please click on the link HERE to order yours today!

Should you like to receive future news & updates about the NASA Prototype Series or to request more information about the NP01 race car, Contact NASA or call (510) 232-NASA.

All the above are subject to change without notice.