Dakar Rally’s television coverage alluded to a wreck that forced American racing legend Robby Gordon to withdraw from the race, but offered few details. Now we know why: the oops in question was quite boneheaded, involving one of Gordon’s support vehicles and some dangerous shenanigans on the highway.
The high-flying two-wheeling Stadium Super Trucks are racing all weekend in Gold Coast, Australia and there have already been enough crashes for an awesome highlight reel.
What’s the difference between a crash and a stunt? ‘Round here we say; “landing on your wheels, bro!” Here’s how Robby Gordon brought the noise to the Estate Of Lord March at the 2015 Goodwood Festival Of Speed.
A video uploaded Sunday shows former NASCAR driver Robby Gordon clipping an observer with his vehicle at Saturday’s Baja 500 off-road race in Mexico. Gordon was attempting to get around fellow racer Apdaly Lopez when he hit the man. As a warning, the video should be considered graphic.
Everybody’s favorite wrecking ball racer Robby Gordon is on a roll. Wielding his superfast scratch-built HST Gordini he stomped the NORRA Mexican 1000 vintage off-road race last month, and just smoked everybody at the Dos Mares 500 on his way home.
The NORRA Mexican 1000's been called "a conga line down the Baja peninsula." It's also one of the only events you see vintage, historic, and other wacky off-road vehicles really racing. Now Robby Gordon's bringing in a Pro Unlimited class, and I fear organizers made a deal with the devil in exchange for TV time.
Stadium Super Trucks is, by far and away, the perfect race series for someone who cares for nothing about racing. Do you really care which driver hates which? No. Do you really care whose dad was whose? No. Do you even care who wins? Not really. But it's loud, it's fast, it's slidey, and, oh yeah, SWEET JUMPS.
When the last stage of the 2015 Dakar Rally was cut down to a short off-road sprint due to weather, it was finally Robby Gordon's time to shine. Hear what his team had to say at the end of the epic rally, and try to hang on to your lunch through these cockpit-view clips from the last bit of the race.
Racing legend Robby Gordon wants to win the Dakar Rally so bad, somebody convinced NBC Sports to make an entire show about his eleventh attempt at the infamous sixteen-day off-road race. Follow his saga right here starting with the feature-length video: "Robby Gordon's Road To Dakar!"
The look of off-road racing buggies hasn't change much in twenty five years, as it? Guess you don't see purple-&-orange on white too often anymore though. Here's Robby Gordon running his BF Goodrich rig at the 1990 Baja 1000. [Pascal Rondeau/Getty Images]
The laughably wacky and righteously entertaining Stadium Super Trucks are racing at Indy today at 3:10 PM EST, and you'll be able to watch it for free right here.
Robby Gordon is a living legend with one of the most diverse trophy cases in racing. On January 24th, 2014 he came through for a live Q&A with Jalopnik readers. Your questions and his answers are in the comments below.
It's January 3 and that can only mean two things. 1: millions of people have already broken their New Year's resolutions, and 2: the Dakar Rally is about to begin. For those unfamiliar with the event, the Dakar Rally is the single largest and longest motor race in the world. This year's edition will have over 430…
Robby Gordon will hit the gas on his tenth Dakar when the lights go green in Rosario, Argentina on January 5th. His headlining the epic event is nothing new, but what he'll be driving this year certainly is: A car he says he's going to sell to the public.
Robby's team is feverishly preparing for Dakar, and they've released a clip of their HST vehicle ripping through the gears on a dyno. Put your speakers up to 11, press play, and prepare to lose a few brain cells.
If you can't afford to prepare a real entrant to the Dakar rally next month, you might be able to live the action vicariously with one of these 1/10th scale Robby Gordon Hummers.