The Weird And Wonderful Cars Of The First Mexican 1000 Rally

When you think of Citroën rally cars, the last thing that comes to your mind is the lovely DS, yet that's just what someone chose to tackle the Baja in the inaugural 1967 running of the National Off-Road Racing Association's Mexican 1000. This film, "27 Hours to La Paz," chronicles that first race. » 2/16/15 7:45pm 2/16/15 7:45pm

'Full Stock' Toyota Tundra Actually Did Alright In The Baja 1000

A 2014 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro finished 69th overall out of 131 finishers at this year's Baja 1000, rolling across the finish line with a gnarly bit of battle damage in under 36 hours. That's not half bad for a factory-tuned truck, in a race where just passing the last flag is considered a feat. » 11/19/14 5:30pm 11/19/14 5:30pm

Swollen Appendix Forced Gerard De Rooy To Turn Around In The Baja 500

We were all really looking forward to watch Dutch Dakar racer Gerard De Rooy hustle his giant Iveco Powerstar race truck through the 2014 Baja 500, but unfortunately his attempt was cut short when he was overcome with pain cause by a swollen appendix, turning around at mile 37. » 6/10/14 1:11pm 6/10/14 1:11pm

It Takes A Helicopter To Appreciate How Hard Off-Road Racing Really Is

Off-road racing is one of the most difficult sports to spectate. We stand sweating in the sun for hours for a glimpse of each vehicle and a face full of dirt. Somehow, it's more fun than it sounds... but the sidelines got nothing on the unadulterated chase view of a low-flying helicopter. » 5/20/14 9:38am 5/20/14 9:38am

Watch the "Resolve" Baja 1000 Web Series in Its Entirety

Since mid-February Curbsyde Productions and SCORE International have been doing a web series on the 2012 Baja 1000. At last the entire series has been posted, a series that spans from vehicle prep and pre-running to the finish line at the southern tip of the Baja peninsula. So here's the entire series: the prologue… » 4/12/13 1:13pm 4/12/13 1:13pm