UTVs are getting popular on tracks
throughout the country. However, in the
GNCC and WORCS, entry numbers are
growing the most.
Although Josh Creamer has raced all over the country, he has had the most success near his home in New England. The NEATV MX series runs at multiple tracks
in the Northeast.
Desert racing is all about a good program and a big support crew. John Deere has
been using the Best in the Desert series to help develop new machines. We can’t
wait to see what they come out with next.
can be found running the series regularly. The series has all classes of MX
racing and UTVs at some events. See
The Mid-America XC series is building lots of momentum as a less-crowded choice versus the GNCCs. The
10-round series runs at all different
venues in Indiana, Kentucky and
Illinois. It has all classes of XC racing.
Texas and Oklahoma have their
own series that caters to quads
and UTVs only. Called TQRA, this
series played host to the big-money
Mountain Dew ATV Pro Challenge
last year that had top MX riders from
both coasts competing together. The
local Miller brothers are on top of sev-
eral classes in the series when it stops
at five different Texas tracks and four
in Oklahoma. The ATV Pro Challenge
will return again in October of this
year. Offers all classes of quad and
UTV MX racing. See www.tqra.com.
In the Pacific Northwest, the
Quadcross Northwest series runs
one round in Albany, Oregon, and
the other six races in Washington
state include a stop at the famous
Washougal MX Park to round out the
season in September. Phillip Open
was the pro to beat in 2013. Offers
classes for all quads and UTVs in MX
racing. See www.quadcrossnw.com.
The Southwest has its own
Quadcross series that runs mostly in Southern California known as
QuadX. UTVs have been added this
year to the eight-round series. The two