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How do you prepare for a race (Chase Plan)

How do you prepare for a race (Chase Plan)

In part two of “how do you prepare for a race” lets go over a long course chase plan, and how we go about making it happen. We are a fairly new and reasonably inexperienced team, so when we started working toward our first Baja 1000 we knew only one thing. Get experience and get […]

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How do you prepare for a race? (The Car)

How do you prepare for a race? (The Car)

We get a lot of questions from folks who are interested in what we do, and many of those questions are pretty interesting. We are choosing the most common questions to answer. Today, How do you prepare for a race. Since this is a HUGE question, lets break it down. Today we will talk about […]

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Piles of money, Piles of time…or both

Piles of money, Piles of time…or both

We get asked a lot of questions but the one that has been sticking in my head lately is: What does it take to get into racing. It’s actually a complicated question, because really you have to hash out what the person is asking. Racing what? Where? You can race your daily driver for $40 […]

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The Collin Miron 300

The Collin Miron 300

Racing in Colorado isn’t exactly plentiful, at least not for offroad. So when there is a good race in Colorado, we have to go! We are fortunate to have Colorado Off Road Extreme nearby and they do hold a full season of racing. However only a few of the races are set up on an […]

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2014 Baja 1000, through Josh’s Eyes

2014 Baja 1000, through Josh’s Eyes

In May of 2010 we bought a car and stripped it down. This was going to be our race car and we were certain that we would be racing it this year. Our ambition was as big as many of our accomplishments in the past, but our new project was much larger than anticipated. Fast […]

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Getting approved

Getting approved

It is tough business being in Colorado and deciding to race offroad. We are a big tow away from the scene. It gets even more tricky when it comes to rules compliance and cage approval. Do you tow the car all the way to Mexico and assume you will pass or do you take action […]

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Sponsor Update: Baja Designs

Sponsor Update: Baja Designs

We have been eying up lighting for a while, who do we trust in order to illuminate the long hard nights in desert racing. When we headed to SEMA earlier this year we headed straight to the Baja Designs booth. After a lot of research we really want to have a solid LED lighting system […]

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They’ve been on course for 28 hours!

They’ve been on course for 28 hours!

So after 28 hours where are the competitors from our favorite class? Eric Solarzano- Car number 1102 is currently at Race mile 510. Eric is the 9 time champion of Class 11 with many other titles under his belt. I am certain that he is fighting hard to make the cutoff. Mark Murrell- car number […]

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USA 500: Crewin’ for the Dingo

USA 500: Crewin’ for the Dingo

Well, yes, our goal was to go to the USA 500 in our own car and go beat on it to learn and gain experience. Our car needs to have some driving time in it and we need to find its weaknesses. This was going to be our first opportunity to do that… but it […]

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Happy Holidays from PB&J!

Happy Holidays from PB&J!

We like to abbreviate our project by calling it PB&J and as the holiday season gets busier and busier we are finding ourselves taken away from the project for a short time while we spend time with friends and family. Going into 2012 we are very excited to progress with the project. We’ve already made […]

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