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Offroad Xtreme Short Interview

Offroad Xtreme Short Interview

We had a nice interview on Offroad Xtreme during Tech and Contingency. Check it out here: http://www.offroadxtreme.com/news/fremont-street-frenzy-contingency-day-at-the-2016-mint-400/ Special thanks to: Baja Designs | Rock Barbers | FOX | Painters Grinding | Rugged Radios | Gates | C-FAB

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The Mint 400 Tech and Contingency

The Mint 400 Tech and Contingency

Racing is a long hard day of concentration with big ups and big downs. Pushing on through out the day is a challenge and that is why we do it. Fortunately Offroad racing has turned paperwork and technicalities into a party and that party is called Contingency. We arrived at Contingency early after a 13 […]

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We’re Going to The Mint 400

We’re Going to The Mint 400

Racing is expensive and we are fortunate to have a good crew of team mates and good support from some great sponsors. That doesn’t cover all of the costs nor does it even get close much of the time, so our pet name for this years Mint 400 has become “The Tax Return 250.” 250 […]

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The Colorado 250

The Colorado 250

It’s tough being an offroad team in Colorado. Almost any race you want to go to requires at least 8 hours of towing, weeks of preparation and a pile of cash. We are fortunate to have some smaller local races that help us get some seat time without having to spend all of our resources. […]

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The Baja 1000 by Paul Massey

The Baja 1000 by Paul Massey

“Whats it going to take to get you guys to come to Baja with us” Two weeks before the race this is not a question I would normally expect to hear and a difficult question to answer. Whatever it took it seemed to happen because its 5am and I am climbing into my car in […]

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My Baja Experience by Tyler Wilson

My Baja Experience by Tyler Wilson

My Baja 1000 Experience By Tyler Wilson My background with The Project Baja Team is brief. I was asked to join as a chase crew member through my fiance, who’s older sister is married to Matt Wilson. I was excited to be a part of this experience. I grew up racing motocross and supercross and […]

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Racing the Baja 1000 by Matt Fisher

Racing the Baja 1000 by Matt Fisher

Some experiences are so big that it takes a while to grasp how truly big it actually was. Thisexperience fits in that category. Three and a half years ago when we hatched this crazy idea I had no way of knowing just how big it would end up being. What at first seemed like a […]

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What it’s like driving Class 11 in the Baja 1,000 – by Matt Wilson.

What it’s like driving Class 11 in the Baja 1,000 – by Matt Wilson.

The trailer was loaded with enough food, tools, and supplies for 14 days on the road. We planned for everything. Extra transmission, axles, tires; and pretty much enough parts to make a second car. We had our passports, permission letters, pesos, maps, and antibiotics. We took first aid lessons. We felt prepared and ready. We […]

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Beat Up and Grinning

Beat Up and Grinning

Holy. Crap. I seriously don’t even have words to explain what the hell just happened, but I’ll try a little bit. Josh and I got in 1137 around Rm 80 and the car had already started to take a beating. Rear fenders were dented, engine was boggy and lacking power, it was missing a piece […]

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My Baja Experience: Gina Wilson

My Baja Experience: Gina Wilson

It’s hard to know where to start… the last several months all seem like a blur. Time seemed to move fast and slow simultaneously. As hard as we tried to be prepared (and we did a damn good job) for months- every day, evening and dream was filled with Baja. And then one day it […]

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