Newry, Maine – In exactly one month, the roar of 900-horsepower engines and cheering fans will reverberate off the snowy mountains of Sunday River, Maine, as 10 professional off-road racing drivers take to the slopes for the second Red Bull Frozen Rush and kick-off the 2015 Red Bull Signature Series. As the 1.5-mile course gets an extensive upgrade in 2015, so does the viewing experience for off-road racing fans. This year, Red Bull Frozen Rush will be available for the world to watch in real time on connected devices, tablets, mobile phones and computers through Red Bull TV.
San Diego, CA – UTVUnderground.com today announced that Polaris RZR will be the title sponsor of the first-annual UTV World Championship, to take place in Laughlin, Nevada, February 19-21. This exciting, new event will feature two world championship UTV races including a Best In The Desert Championship points race, and a short course / motocross style Production UTV Championship race. In addition to the growing prize purses and contingency cash, Polaris RZR will be awarding the winner of both Championship races a brand new Polaris RZR XP1000! More prizes will be announced as the race weekend draws near.
In a time when off-road racing is becoming more and more competitive each year, Jason Voss continually proves that the #1 JIMCO Trophy Truck is the one to beat in the desert. Voss’s win at this weekend’s Best in the Desert Henderson 250 sealed the deal for a second consecutive points championship in the Best in the Desert Series. With previous wins at the Parker 425, Silver State 300 and Vegas to Reno, Voss stamped a fourth victory in his championship quest.
Ultra4 Racing has recently announced the availability of 2015 King of the Hammers and Everyman Challenge t-shirts. These shirts feature the name of every KOH qualified and EMC registered driver over the 2015 date on the back! Available in mens, womens, and childrens sizes. Something for the whole family!
Whatever it Takes” has been the team motto of Mills Motorsports ever since its birth in 2012. When the Mills Family joined forces with Baja Champion Kent Kroeker of KORE Off-Road for the 2012 Baja 1000, they went on to win the race and overall points championship in Spec Trophy Truck. Fast-forward two years later and Mills Motorsports has now earned a SCORE-International points championship in Class 8 and a second championship in the SPEC Trophy Truck Class. In one of the most strenuous and demanding Baja 1000’s the team has ever faced, and most importantly the strongest test of will to honor the “Whatever It Takes” motto, Mills Motorsports put two race trucks on the finish podium in La Paz.
Montclair, CA: Calling the Baja 1000 the “Super Bowl of Off-Road Racing” just doesn’t do it justice sometimes. This years 1,275 mile course traversed east and west across the beautiful peninsula as it snaked from Ensenada south to La Paz. After spending months preparing the #185 Rigid Industries Jimco Truggy and weeks pre-running the course, Justin “El Rey” Davis was ready to chase down his third Baja 1000 win at the age of 21 years old.
El Cajon, Calif. – In one of the most grueling SCORE International Baja 1000 races to date Rob MacCachren’s #11 FOX-equipped Trophy Truck was first to cross the 1275-mile race’s finish line. Sharing driving duties from Ensenada to La Paz with Andy McMillin, the team conquered the hurricane-ravaged Baja terrain and bested over 200 competitors. With a total time of 22 hours, 31 minutes and 28 seconds, the team claimed victory nearly 29 minutes ahead of the next finisher.
The suspension specialists at ThyssenKrupp BILSTEIN and the team from Toyota Racing Development (TRD) triumphed at one of the world’s most prestigious off-road races, taking first place in the Full Size Stock Class at the 2014 Tecate SCORE Baja 1000.
The victorious 2015 Tundra TRD Pro Series was modified specifically to compete in the Baja 1000, a race renowned for showing no mercy to man or machine. When Toyota’s race team set out to push the limits of the new Tundra in the harsh terrain of the Mexican desert, they understood that winning the race would require careful consideration of component partners.