The program has become an essential component of Honda-mounted competitors because the speed and efficiency of a pit stop can make or break your race. A Baja 1000 can require up to 22 pit stops, roughly 60 miles apart. Each pit provides services to an average of 50 teams over the course of a race, and the pits contain an assortment of spare parts and maintenance items, as well as fuel.
Pit crews are staffed by as many as six qualified personnel. Many of the pit crews stay on duty 16 hours or more sometimes as long as 30 hours. The dedication of the JCR/Honda pit staff is legendary. It is known as the most reliable and efficient pit service along the peninsula. This service enables first-time riders as well as the most experienced and competitive teams to race in Baja with confidence.
JCR/Honda is now accepting teams for the 2013 Baja 1000 Pit service. For more information and to get signed up check out www.JCRHonda.com/pits
Link to download the 2013 Baja 1000 pit sign up packet.