There's a reason they're called trophy trucks
From pre-running to the finish-line, follow along for an exclusive look at B.J. Baldwin's return to Baja as he battled his way back to the top for his 2nd consecutive Baja 1000 title.
BJ Baldwin takes time between races to have fun with his team and put on a show for the fans at the 2013 Huckfest at Pismo Beach!
Sean Geiser tours Forsberg through the truck design and fabrication garage where trucks are built from the ground up. We get a look at the CNC shop, the chassis build area as well as a brilliant rotisserie welding station. Sean shares the backstory on Geiser’s custom suspensions, a key component in off road truck racing. Geiser also features a maintenance shop for keeping all race trucks in prime race condition including the 2015 winning Baja 500 truck.
The Hart and Huntington team are experts in all types of dirt racing; in this episode of Ink Rock Moto Carey Hart introduces the shorttrack off road team as he preps his class Pro-4 truck for the upcoming 2013 season. Carey heads out to Glen Helen raceway for quality laps and practice time in the driver's seat. Fellow Hart and Huntington racer Josh Merrell shares tips on the track for transitioning up from the Pro-2 class, and the whole team puts in hard work to keep these 800hp machines in the game.
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In a post-Gymkhana world, where absolutely insane motorized mayhem has become the norm, BJ Baldwin's Recoil 3—the latest installment in a truly mind-blowing trio of Trophy Truck stunt driving masterclasseses—stands apart. A scripted chase scene over the hills and through the streets of Tacoma, Washington, this one showcases some of the gnarliest driving we've ever seen, pushing the capabilities of both driver and machine to their literal breaking points. So grab the firesuit, strap on the helmet, and buckle up, because just watching this one feels dangerous.
B.J. Baldwin and his 850-horsepower Trophy Truck with 34-inches of suspension go roaring across the Mojave Desert at 150 miles per hour doing things that just really are not conceivable. This is Recoil and it will blow your f—king mind. And he even gets a little passenger along the way...