Andy Mcmillin Mason Motorsports Trophy Truck

First test session with his his new Mason Motorsports Trophy Truck is in the books for Andy Mcmillin. As he prior stated in a Facebook post is he very much pleased on how much extra time and effort everyone been put in this truck built by Mason Motorsports in less than 3 months. McMillin does appreciate the craftsmanship, fit and finish details.

He is attempting to back up the overall win from 2017 in the new truck at Parker.


Jimco Racing Inc

Jimco Racing Nr. 30 Trophy Truck in 50th Baja 1000 outfit as it will be piloted by Robbie Pierce. 50th Baja 1000 will be held over a 1,134.40-mile race course down Mexico’s Baja California peninsula at 15.-16.November 2017. The start is in Ensenada, Baja California (68 miles/ 110km from US border San Diego/Tijuana).

The finishline is in La Paz, Baja California Sur (917miles/1475km from US border) Motorcycle and quad classes will start at midnight (PT) on Wednesday, Nov. 15 and trucks 10 hours later.


Toby Price at Finke Desert Race.

Toby Price just can not deny his 2-wheel background..... :) With the trophy-truck on 2 wheels during the Tatts Finke Desert Race. What a a wild prologue for Price, mowing down  tree and on the edge of rolling the Geiser Bro. ride

He posted the 7th fastest time at the prologue. Toby Price/Luke Henry (#487 Geiser 2015 Chev 6000cc) moved up from their prologue position to finish at Finke today in fifth position with a time of 1 hour 56 minutes 16.5 seconds.

American competitor Harley Letner with Luke Ayers (#59 Tatum 2005 Chev 6000cc) in his first Finke event finished in 13th position with a time of 2 hours 17 minutes and 47.3 seconds.


All German Motorsports Trophy Truck Baja 500 2012

All German Motorsports Trophy Truck, caught during training and the Baja race itself, piloted by Armin Schwarz with copilot Bryan Lyttle.


Strobel Motorsports Trophy Truck 2012 Baja 500 race

If you race in the desert long enough, eventually you're going to have 1 of those days. The 2012 Baja 500 was that day for the #94, yet the entire team defined the term perseverance, finishing at around 3AM after 17 hours of battling the Baja desert.