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Jan 15, 2019

MotoAmerica: Quarterley Racing On Track Development Announces Its 2019 Rider Lineup

Quarterley Racing On Track Development's Jamie Astudillo (left) and Dallas Daniels (right). Photo courtesy of Quarterley Racing On Track Development.
Quarterley Racing On Track Development Releases 2019 Rider Line-Up

Quarterley Racing On Track Development is proud to announce its rider line-up for the 2019 MotoAmerica Junior Cup Series. The team will consist of four of the brightest young stars in motorcycle road racing today.

Dallas Daniels
Dallas Daniels, 15, Mattoon, IL, will be returning for his second year with Quarterley Racing On Track Development. Dallas is the winner of the 2018 American Motorcyclist Association Grand Championships Athlete of the Year as well as the 2018 Nicky Hayden Horizon Awards or for both road racing and flat track. From 2015 through 2017, Dallas won eight championships in the American Motorcyclist Association Amateur Dirt Track Nationals.

Jamie Astudillo

Jamie Astudillo, 18 Gilbertville, PA, is the 2018 FIM Women’s Motocross Latin American Champion. Also returning for her second year with the team, Jamie is the first female in MotoAmerica history to finish on the podium and was nominated for the American Motorcyclist Association Female Racer of the Year.

Teagg Hobbs

Teagg Hobbs, 16, Vero Beach, FL, began 2018 by winning three races at the Championship Cup Series races in Daytona Beach, FL in March. He scored 16 victories in the Loudon Road Race Series during the year and went on to become a dual champion in the series for 2018. Teagg was also the New England Sportbike Association Ultralight Champion.

Ben Gloddy

Ben Gloddy, 13, Northfield, NH, scored 24 victories in a variety of events including road racing and Super Moto in 2018. He was named the Loudon Road Race Series Rookie of the Year and was the youngest person ever in the organization’s history to get his expert license. Ben will start competing in the MotoAmerica Junior Cup at the round in Utah on his fourteenth birthday.

About 1/4ley Racing On Track Development

Quarterley Racing On Track Development is a professional motorcycle road racing team devoted to supporting, guiding and nurturing the best young riders as they enter the ranks of professional racing. Riders are chosen not only for their proven on-track success, but also for their character, positive attitude, ability to learn and willingness to put in the work. Commitment to the sport and support from family are two things we look for most. The ability to interact in a positive way with the team, spectators and the general public and represent their sponsors in the best possible light are each an absolute must. It is the objective of the team to improve the careers of its racers and, at the same time, broaden the awareness of the sport of motorcycle road racing. Quarterley Racing On Track Development will be competing in all nine rounds of the 2019 MotoAmerica series with four riders. The team principals are Dale Quarterley and Bob Robbins.

Dale Quarterley is best known for being the independent rider who could run with, and defeat, the factory teams in AMA Road Racing in the 1990s. Dale might best be known for his stunning upset victory when he won the 1993 AMA Superbike race at Mid-Ohio as an independent rider. But he was also a three-time AMA Endurance Champion as well as a Battle of the Twins Champion. He finished second overall in Superbike points in the 1993 AMA Superbike Championship riding leased equipment and went on to finish fifth in the Superbike points in both 1994 and 1995. Dale paired up with Bob Robbins in 2016 to provide coaching to the newest generation of riders.

Bob Robbins has been an avid club racer on Ducatis since the early 1990’s, getting his start at Loudon and still racing at select events when he's not at MotoAmerica races with the team. He started sponsorship as a way of giving back to the sport he has enjoyed for so many years. His focus is on helping talented young riders and their families make the transition from club racing to the professional ranks. When the KTM RC Cup was created, he knew it was a series he would like to be involved in. Bob teamed up with Dale Quarterley for the 2016 season, growing the team to include four riders the following year. His business background and Dale’s hands-on coaching and bike building became a solid partnership in 2017, winning the KTM RC390 Championship and getting third and fifth overall in the class as well. After re-grouping and deciding to go with Kawasakis for 2018, the team will take the knowledge from last season and set their sights on the championship and further development of their young riders in 2019.

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