The Hooligan Dirt Dash will return to the La Plata County Fairgrounds on Saturday, August 31st for an afternoon of thrills, spills, and fun as motorcyclists race their way around the oval dirt track.
What is the Hooligan Dirt Dash Race Series and what makes it a must see event?
Have you ever seen someone slide a 500+ lb Harley, or any other motorcycle for that matter, around a small, oval dirt track as they race against their competitors? If you haven’t, then this should be a must-see during the Four Corners Motorcycle Rally!
Hooligan racing is the antithesis of flat track racing but with a strict lack of rules. Simply put, you can’t be a professional motorcycle racer and your bike must be street worthy. If you have a bike and the guts to race, you can go out and compete bar to bar.
The race card includes numerous classes including a Kick-Start Only Class, Run What You Brung, Adult Pit Bike, and everyone’s favorite, the Hooligan class. The essence of Hooligan racing is anyone with a motorcycle and the guts to race is welcome. With plenty of heat races attendees are sure to get the most exciting racing action they can imagine that all culminates in a main event with the fastest racers lining up side by side.
Do YOU want to race in the Hooligan Dirt Dash?
Register at: https://www.hooligandirtdash.com/registration
1) Rules may change.
2) No past or current licensed AMA professional rider from any competitive discipline may enter Hooligan Dirt Dash events—NO EXCEPTIONS.
3) All motorcycles eligible for Hooligan Dirt Dash competition must feature a VIN that can verify the motorcycle was or is legal for street use as defined by state laws where the bike is registered, or where the race is conducted. No purpose-built off-road or track-use only motorcycles are eligible for Hooligan Dirt Dash events. License plate and/or headlights ARE NOT REQUIRED on Hooligan Dirt Dash motorcycles, and will not be considered to determine a motorcycle’s street legality or street worthiness.
4) Every Hooligan Dirt Dash motorcycle must feature at least one number plate, mounted on the fork above the front tire of the motorcycle. A second number plate mounted on the left side of the motorcycle is recommended, but not mandatory. These number plate(s) must feature a bold, easily read 2- or 3-digit number to aid track officials with scoring.
5) All Hooligan Dirt Dash and special demo class competitors (Run What You Brung, Kick Start Class, Adult Pit Bike Class, etc.) must wear long-sleeve shirts, long pants, boots and a DOT-approve 3/4- or full-face helmet with eye protection at all times when on the race course and in the pits. No half helmets, pudding bowls, novelty helmets, etc. may be worn to operate a motorcycle on the race track—NO EXCEPTIONS.
For more information or to register for the Hooligan Dirt Dash click here to visit the site.