The weeklong off-roading event kicked it up a notch for 2021, showcasing incredible feats of off-roading and racing in the desert.
Best In The Desert, the biggest off-road racing series in all of North America, has announced the release of the event program for the Tensor Tire Parker “250.”
The Bronco R prototype made its competitive debut in a manner both memorable and epic – racing through the desert wilderness in the SCORE Baja 1000.
The staff at Mad Media and the Mint 400 announced that there will be Baja TT (Trophy Truck) Spec Trucks officially competing in a class of their own in the 2020 Mint 400 and going forward.
300 miles of winding dirt roads, mixed with tight, tree-lined mountain trails and more than a half-dozen water crossings make for incredibly beautiful Eastern Nevada high desert racing.
King of the Hammers: If you’ve never heard of it, where the hell have you been?
To kick things off in 2019, we decided to catch up to a successful business professional who waited longer than most to begin developing his passion for motocross racing, but did not let this stop him from becoming the oldest Ironman finisher in the 2018 Baja 1000.
Everyone knew going into the 2018 running of Best in the Desert’s General Tire “Vegas to Reno” presented by Fox that this event would be exciting, but nobody anticipated just how intense the competition would be.
Three-time NHRA Top Fuel champion Antron Brown and Top Alcohol champion Steve Torrence plan to climb into the Polaris RZR Star Car for the iconic Mint 400.
King of the Hammers is widely considered to be the toughest most demanding one-day off-road race on the planet.