The National Association of Sport Quad Racing ™
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NASQUAD Racing, LLC

     Stay tuned for events in 2013.  We may organize races in the Four Corners region, or in the Eastern Middle Atlantic Region. 

                                                                2010 Recap

     In 2010, NASQUAD Racing put together a practice day and two quad races.  The races were a big success, despite 3 or 4 pro crashes that left racers injured and quads disabled.  Fortunately, no deaths or life threatening injuries ocurred, and there were no crashes or injuries in any of the amateur races.  We hope our injured comrades, Jimmy Wilson, James Denton, and Brady Dimmick are recovering and are able to race again.

August 21st 2010 Four Corners Charity Pro-Am Pro Class Results

Pro Purse $2,585

First Place - Ken "The Inquisitor" Enquest  of Eaton, Colorado - Prize Winnings $1,000

Second Place - Joe Wright, "The Wraith" of Ft. Lupton, Colorado - Prize Winnings $500

Third Place -  Greg "The Russian" Kovtynovich of  Denver, Colorado -  Prize Winnings $300

Fourth Place -  Lewis "The Wild Man" Walck of Cortez, Colorado - Prize Winnings $200

Fifth Place -  Jerry "Iron Man" Spinnichia, of Durango, Colorado - Prize Winnings $150

Sixth Place -  Adam "The Steel Edge" Rapier, of Westminster, Colorado - Prize Winnings $125

Seventh Place -  Kenny "Mustafa" Mays, of Colorado Springs, Colorado - Prize Winnings $100

Eighth Place -  A Tie between Brady "Racer X" Dimmick of Salida, Colorado (who was involved in a leg breaking, quad disabling crash at the end of the first heat  - a heat that he won) and Josh Blalock, "The Bounty Hunter" of Chandler, Arizona - Prize Winnings Each $80

Ninth Place - Bryan "Gangster" Packard, of Canon City, Colorado - Prize Winnings $50

Pro Class Results - Championship Pro-Am August 8, 2010

Pro Purse $2,125

First Place - Ken "The Inquisitor" Enquest  of Eaton, Colorado - Prize Winnings $1,000

Second Place - Brady "Racer X" Dimmick of Salida, Colorado - Prize Winnings $500

Third Place - Joe Wright, "The Wraith" of Ft. Lupton, Colorado - Prize Winnings $250

Fourth Place - Lewis "The Wild Man" Walck of Cortez, Colorado - Prize Winnings $150

Fifth Place - James Denton, "The Demon" of Los Lunas, New Mexico - Prize Winnings $100

Sixth Place - Kenny "Mustafa" Mays, of  Colorado Springs, Colorado - Prize Winnings $75

Seventh Place - Steve "Shaken not Stirred" Bond of Longmont, Colorado - Prize Winnings $50

Eighth Place - Jimmy Wilson, "The Winged Warrior" of Cortez, Colorado (DNF'ed in 2nd Heat after going airborne due to tumbling crash leaving himself and his quad in inoperable condition.  Jimmy was quoted as observing that it was not the flight that hurt, but the impact...)

 


Who We Are     

     The National Association of Sport Quad Racing organizes and promotes racing/sport quad (ATV) races on oval/circle dirt tracks.  There is also a UTV class in some of our races.   We also run quad slaloms, which much like its autocross cousin is, as the name suggests, a slalom style race through a series of cones or other obstacles.  Our flat track oval dirt races are similar to midget, sprint car and motorcycle flat track dirt races that have been around for years; exciting, high speed, close, tight, hang on to our seat, head to head action, where winners are often only feet ahead of second placers.  And of course, our races are jump free.  While big air is the king of motocross, rocket speed and dynamic power sliding through the curves are paradigms of our oval flat track races.

Where We Are

     Our home track is the Montezuma County Fairgrounds Raceway just outside of Cortez, Colorado, in the famous Four Corners Region of the nation (the only point in the United States where four states meet-- Colorado, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico), a land of breathtaking canyons, enormous mountains, forbidding deserts, raging rivers, and majestic lakes.  We are centrally located within a few hours of major western/southwestern cities including Phoenix, Tucson, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Denver, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, and Colorado Springs.  We are also close to major tourist destinations such as Moab UT, Durango CO, Silverton CO, Pagosa Springs CO, Telluride CO, Mesa Verde National Park, the Grand Canyon, Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, the Four Corners Monument, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (Lake Powell), Great Sand Dunes National Monument, Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, and the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center.  Cortez is also one of the main stops on the San Juan Skyway, one of America's premier scenic byways linking the high desert mesa country of the Colorado Plateau with the awesome San Juan Mountain Range, the largest of five Colorado Rocky Mountain subranges.  The desert floor in this area is at an elevation of about 6,200 feet, while many peaks in the San Juans rise above 14,000 feet.  The mountains are riddled with ancient mining roads such as the notorious Alpine Loop, Black Bear Pass, and Imogene Pass trails out of the Silverton and Telluride areas,  perfect for off road vehicles such as ATVs and jeeps.  Black Bear Pass in particular is so treacherous it is a one-way only trail.

Where We Race

     The Cortez track is an excellent 1/3 mile dirt oval, with slightly banked, soft, fast turns.  Check out the racing videos on the Race Videos web page to see the track in action.  Take a look at the Location, Directions, and Accommodations page to see an aerial view of the race track.  Overnight campers can reserve a campsite for $20.00 a few hundred yards from the racetrack on the fairgrounds complex.   Thirty-two camping sites are available with 30 amp hook-ups plus water.  No sewer or TV is available.  If you would like to camp at the fairgrounds and use these hook-ups, call the fairgrounds management office at 970-759-1795 in advance to reserve a space.  Additionally, many RV parks are within minutes of the racetrack for any overnight racers desiring full hook-ups, including TV and sewer.  Check out our Accommodations page to review your options for campgrounds, RV parks and hotel/motels.  The track also has a large pit area, spectator parking area, concession stand, staging area, bleachers, racing lights, loudspeaker system, night lights, and safety fencing and barriers.  Sandwiches and drinks can be purchased during the races either at the track concession stand or at the registration area from the NASQUAD Girls.  In subsequent years, we intend to set up one exhibition race annually in a different major city in the region such as Las Vegas, Phoenix, Tucson, Albuquerque, Salt Lake City, Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo.

What's Coming Up

     For 2011, check the notices portion of this page.  Our 2011 schedule is being formulated at the present time.

Costs to Compete

     Racing entry fees are $25.00 per class per race day for youth amateur classes (minis, middies, and juniors) and $35.00 per class per race day for all other amateur classes.  The Pro Class entry fee is $100.00 per race day, and qualifies the pro/pro-am racer for cash prizes.  Spectators pay only $5.00 for the day, except that children 11 and under are free.  Pit passes are $10.00 per person for the day.  (No pit passes allowed for the hot pit area in the Four Corners 500 - racers only.)

     The Four Corners 500

     We will schedule a 500 style long distance team race if enough racers indicate an interest in doing so.

Like to be a NASQUAD Volunteer?

If you don't want to race but would like to volunteer at the races, please email us at NASQUADRacing@aol.com.  It's a great way to see the races up close, pay no entry fees, and have an exhilarating day of intense action and camaraderie.  You also get free food and drink (non-alcoholic of course) all day, with a $25 coupon for use at the concessions stand, where hot food, snacks and drinks are available.  Finally, a $100 gift certifcate from Walmart will be presented at the end of each day's races to one lucky volunteer in a random drawing.

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SPONSORSHIP OPORTUNITIES

     The NASQUAD Racing Board is actively recruiting sponsors for the 2010 and 2011 racing seasons.  If you or your company would like to get some great advertising, and support the 2010 Four Corners Pro-Am Championship and the Four Corners 500 at the Fairgrounds Raceway, please contact us at NASQUADRacing@aol.com.

     Rocky Mountain ATV, a major national retailer, has offered to help out with race materials for our races.  Thanks so much to Rocky Mountain ATV for supporting our races.  When you need parts and accessories, think Rocky Mountain ATV, the best there is.

 


     Our August 8 , 2010 Championship Pro-Am pro class Champion Ken Enquist (center), 2nd Placer Brady Dimmick (left), and 3rd Placer Joe Wright with their trophies, cash prizes and three of the NASQUAD Girls, plus one tiny future NASQUAD girl or Indy racer...only time will tell.







 

"Born to be a Wild Quad Racer"  Steppenwolf