The QuadDuro 10/7-10/9

NASA Utah Presents the 6th Annual QuadDuro! Over the course of the weekend we’ll drive all 4 configurations of UMC.

Spectators are FREE and UMC has food available on-site

Race Cars

Event Basics:

  • Spectators are Free
  • Event is Friday 10/7 – Sunday 10/9 — 8:30am-5:30pm each day
  • Best spectating is Saturday 10/8 from 1:00pm – 5:30pm – 4 races on two different track layouts
  • Saturday Spectator Schedule: QuadDuro Spectator Schedule (PDF)
Toys for Tots

Toys for Tots – Toy Drive

We’ll be collecting toys throughout the weekend for the Tooele County Marine Reserves Toys for Tots program. We ask that everyone help fill the toy boxes throughout the weekend with New, Unwrapped toys. Saturday from 1:30-3:30 the Toys for Tots organization will be on-site collecting toys and answering questions about this amazing program.


FAQs about NASA Utah

What is NASA Utah?  We’re the Utah Region of the National Auto Sport Association- NASA.  NASA has created programs that allow owners of both racecars and high-performance street-driven vehicles to enjoy the full performance capabilities of their cars in a safe and controlled environment. NASA offers many different programs that will allow you to enjoy motorsports on several different levels, including High Performance Driving Events (HPDE), Time Trial, and Road Racing programs.

What is NASA HPDE? High Performance Driving Events (HPDE) are where you start your on-track driving, learning the basics of driving safely, at speed, in your car.  We provide the instruction and track; you provide a safe car.

What is NASA Time Trials? Experienced drivers, pushing their cars racing for the single best lap of the day. There are car classes, and allowances for most common modifications. This format allows enthusiasts to enjoy a wide range of aftermarket upgrades while still being able to compete in a fair environment.

What is NASA Road Racing? NASA has road racing classes for almost any type of vehicle ranging from production sedans, stock cars, and formula cars. If you do not possess a competition license, NASA has programs that will allow you to participate in a racing school to become qualified to race.