truck JumpWhat would an off-road truck event be without an insane mega truck jump?  

Geolander MT launch event

Yokohama has teamed up with Nitro Circus to give you a chance to win a 2017 Ram 2500 Power Wagon shod with a set of Yokohama Geolander M/T G003 mud-terrain tires. 

ToyotaTundra3_sponsored_671x411Some tough trucks are really smart buys as well. Here’s why.

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If you don’t trust your equipment, you’ve got little chance of winning a race.  No one would know that better than Ricky Johnson and here he appears to be testing the sidewall strength on a set of BFGoodrich trophy truck tires.

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Some trucks are just smarter buys…

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Toyota is well-known for reliability, which is a major factor to think of when buying a truck. But another factor is resale value, which can really pay off in the long run. Here we meet two Toyota Tundra owners—Eddie and Shane—and present them with the prizes of a lifetime, which represent the retained value at resale by buying a Toyota Tundra instead of the competition. It’s why Toyota Tundra is not only a tough truck, but a smart buy as well.

Larimure corrected
Jerry Larimore had nothing to prove but he certainly silenced any critics recently with this huge truck jump at the Jump Champs event held at Glen Helen Raceway.

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Fleet buyers checked out the latest in electrified and alternative fuel vehicles, and watched the unveiling of the Workhorse W-15 electric work truck during ACT Expo 2017.

Charging whoops
It’s often said that the greatest challenge in Baja is not other racers but the course itself.  That is definitely true of the San Felipe 250 course, which is littered with countless huge off-road whoop sections.  Check out this racetruck taking them on at speed!

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Photo: Gage Skidmore

After a widely publicized sit-down with President Trump, the “Big Three” automotive manufacturers all commented after their meeting at the White House on Tuesday. The discussion’s key agenda was no secret: bring manufacturing back to the U.S. and create more jobs.