The 49th SCORE Baja, a 845.50-mile whit knuckled, teeth chatteringm mind latering odyssey which careens across high speed silt, sand, rock yards and boulder fields, is the race every off-road driver in this nation wants to win. “This is the one race everyone is looking at and everyone wants to win” said Monster Energry driver B.J. Baldwin the day of the race which took off took off before the Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico and flash through 122 visual checkpoints all along the majestic Baja Pennisula before meeting the checkered flag back in Ensenada some 15 to 20 hours later. “During the last 100 miles of this race, I feel like I’m going to do die,” added Trophy Truck racer Cameron Steele “It’s just so brutal and takes so much concentration.” This year was another Baja instand classic as nearly 250 competitors from all around the world braved everything Mexico’s topography had to throw at them.
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