The National Association of Sport Quad Racing ™

2011 Racing Season Events:


Saturday, June 25, 9:00am to 1:00pm - OPEN FOR PRACTICE

Sunday, June 26, 9:00am to 1:00pm - OPEN FOR PRACTICE

Saturday, July 2, 9:00am to 1:00pm - OPEN FOR PRACTICE

Sunday July 3, 9:00am to 1:00pm - OPEN FOR PRACTICE

Tuesday, July 12, 9:00am to 1:00pm – OPEN FOR PRACTICE

Thursday, July 14, 9:00am to 1:00pm – OPEN FOR PRACTICE

Friday, July 15 – TRACK PREP

Saturday, July 16 – Championship Pro-Am RACE Part 1 begins Noon; Part 2 - 8:30PM

Tuesday, August 16, 9:00am to 1:00pm – OPEN FOR PRACTICE

Thursday, August 18, 9:00am to 1:00pm – OPEN FOR PRACTICE

Saturday, August 20 - TRACK PREP

Sunday, August 21 – Dog Days of Thunder ALL DAY RACE

Details for all Events
     The registration materials on this site give the details of all the races, including race rules, waivers, etc.  For a quick preview of our hugely popular race format in which all classes race six times plus a final one-on-one shootout if one is needed, click on Race Format.  To take a look at the class/quad specifications to find out in which class you will race, click on Quad Specs.  Finally, click on Classes/Entry Fees and Class Schedule to see when your class will be called to the starting line and to see an overview of all classes we race.


Prior Year's Events: 

     The August 8, 2010 and August 21, 2010 Pro-Ams were a blast !  We had some awesome pro racing-- check out the videos on this web site including GoPro helmet camera footage of the races.  Everyone had a great time; we awarded over $4,500 in pro class prizes as well as trophies and medals.




lap one, turn one - before it gets ugly 
Montezuma Fairgrounds Raceway, Cortez, Colorado

       On August 23, 2009 NASQUAD Racing held its inaugural ATV quad race at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds Raceway oval dirt track outside of Cortez, Colorado.  We fielded numerous amateur classes-- minis, young adults, adults, womens, and old timers (45 plus).  It proved to be an incredibly exciting day for all, with some great head to head racing, some awesome spin outs, tip overs, and crashes, and plenty of adrenalin.  Paramedics on hand were summoned numerous times to check out injured racers.  Fortunately, none of the injuries was serious.  Check out a small sample of the day's races on videos Spin Out 2009 and Last Second Finish 2009.

    All racers spent a large amount of time on the track in actual races.  In order to maximize the racing experience, we have a 6 heat points system.  The same racers run against each other in 6 separate heats, collecting points along the way.  Each heat is a six (PRO - ten) lap dash for the checkered flag.  The top point-getter after all 6 heats wins the trophy, and the PROs win the cash prize.  If a tie exists, those tied race in a one-on-one contest for the crown.  The 6 heat system gives racers a chance to observe the competition and adapt as necessary to overcome their adversaries.  Racers don't just have one heat and a final like many AMA events.  So everyone gets three times as much racing, and blowing one race doesn't seal your fate.

     Huge THANKS to our volunteers without which this event would not have been possible.  See their photos on the photo gallery page.

     David set up all audio for the event, all photography on this website, and assisted in the starting of the races.  Without David, we would have had no sound, and no photograhs, and no races... 

     Suzanne and Mark were our race scorers.  They had no previous race scoring experience.  Did an awesome job, especially when crashes made it difficult to determine the order of the racers.  Mark was able to give his all notwithstanding that he was suffering from a nasty poision ivy rash.

     Julie was our announcer.  And she was a virgin announcer at that.  Did a great job in her first outing.  She's a natural!

     Lance had the very important job of main flagger, and his girlfriend Tina assisted as secondary flagger.  Again, excellent job.

     Debbie was in charge of racer check-in and fees.  She also helped immeasurably creating the scoring sheets and putting the whole event together.  She was the behind the scenes linchpin of the entire event.

     Thank you so much to the volunteers.  They gave of themselves selflessly to help put this show on, and NASQUAD Racing and I am eternally indebted to them.  This event simply could not have happened without them.

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  It's a great way to see the race up close, pay no entry fees, and have an exhilarating day of intense action and camaraderie.  And you 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.

                       The Never Give Up Racing Team looks forward to the 2011 season.  See ya there guys!  George                                

Hope there is a Powder Puff Class at the Races!  I might get it out of first gear, but I doubt it.  Come to think of it, I don't even know how to switch gears.  Does this thing come in automatic?  I'd like pink wheels too, please.  I hope there is not too much dust at the track.  I hate it when dust gets in my eyes and hair.


"Exhaust Smoke on the Water"  Deep Purple