The Kauai Raceway Park is the Western-Most NHRA track in the USA. We are a member of the “Magnificent Seven” and was awarded the Most Improved track back in 2014.

Kauai Raceway Park is operated and managed by GIRA (Garden Isle Racing Association) who is a not-for-profit corporation which promotes safe motorsports and responsible street driving. All drag racing events take place at the Kauai Raceway Park, a National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) sanctioned track. GIRA hosts hundreds of spectators and competitors, with racers as young as 8 years old each year!

Running safe, well organized races is expensive. Just a few of the expenses GIRA is responsible for include: cash prizes, ambulance, track preparation, lights, toilets, insurance, advertising, trash removal, sanctioning fees, trophies, track rental from DLNR, and security.

GIRA and the Motorsports community of Kauai needs your support to make our season a success.

Overall Track Sponsor: Napa Kauai PS&D

Class Sponsors
Top Gun: Kauai Vehicle Service Center/Rob’s Towing
Pro ET: Kealoha Transfer, Inc./Bonilla Motorsports 
Muscle V8: The Professionals
Super Pro: Kauai Air Conditioning/Dan Suga Construction
Sport Compact: Garden Isle Portable Toilets/Speedie Lube 2
Street: Ao Shibi Too/Kinda Quik Towing
Bike: Kauai Harley Davidson
Jr’s Dragsters: Kevin’s Repair, Inc.


board of directors

Meet your 2019 Board of Directors.

President | Tony Ricci

Vice President | Kip Furugen

Treasurer | Mary Kealoha

Secretary | Marci Lach

Director | Russell Izumo

Director | Tracie Sakamoto

Director | Wendall Nonaka

Director | John Ishibashi

Director | Fredstan Kaluahine



Tony Ricci



Kip Furugen



Mary Kealoha



Marci Lach



GIRA is a not-for-profit corporation governed by a set of bylaws.

GIRA implements best practices for non-profit board. GIRA Directors receive training about the duties and responsibilities of non-profit Boards of Directors.

“To promote safe motorsports, to host family oriented community events, to educate and encourage safe driving on public roads.”