Dale Quarterley may best be remembered as the first AMA Superbike racer to take a win in the class as a privateer in some time at the Mid-Ohio round of the AMA Superbike Series in the summer of 1993 on his then-Teenage Mutant Ninja/Team Mirage-sponsored Kawasaki, but his list of achievements in the AMA Road Racing series runs even deeper then many will or can remember.
As was announced last week, the former pilot and top-notch privateer in the premier road racing series in America is making a return to the paddock in the MotoAmerica/AMA-sanctioned events as the owner of Quarterley Racing On Track Development that will sponsor and tutor some fast up-and-coming talent beginning this weekend in the MotoAmerica series at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, TX.
In the shot above, Quarterley (or '1/4ley' as he always signed his name) can be seen taking a rest in his pit area during a break in the on-track action over the course of the WERA GNF weekend at Road Atlanta in late October/early November of 1990. Quarterley's rocket of choice during the 1990 AMA and Formula USA Series was his #32 The Boys/Sunoco/Wiseco-sponsored Honda RC30, which he raced to a pair of top-10 finishes during the FUSA doubleheader weekend held in conjunction with the WERA GNF in late '90.
Quarterley has some solid company in his new venture which you can check out below thanks to the press release courtesy of Larry Lawrence and Quarterley Racing On Track Development. And as a long time fan favorite, it's going to be great to see the Connecticut resident back at the track bringing his wealth of experience on two wheels to the new youngsters coming into the series!
Quarterley Racing On Track Development Brings a Wealth of Experience to MotoAmerica Series