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2016 SCORE BAJA 1000 VIDEO by UTVUnderground & Mad Media


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It took the lead UTVs just over 22 hours to complete the 854 mile long Baja 1000 race course. Take a ride as we chase the Polaris RZR race team through one of the toughest and longest off-road races in the world, the 2016 SCORE BAJA 1000 and document the drama of racing for the overall between Wayne Matlock & Rhys Millen, the win in the Pro Turbo class by Branden Sims and finally watching history as Kristen Matlock becomes the first woman to ever solo the Baja 1000 behind the wheel of a 4-wheel vehicle!


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Awesome coverage and fast to get it edited and posted up on the internet! It's only been one day, and the UTV classes just got start to finish video coverage up for all to see. UTVU killed it again! You guys are embarrassing the rest of the sport when it comes to coverage!

This is how the sport needs to be covered. Sorry to say this but TT's are suppose to be the elite class, yet the UTV class and it's supporters like UTVU and the manufactures are continuing to push to make the UTV classes the premier class to race in. Look at the speed and results the UTV's are showing, then the manufacture and product sponsorship support in this class, then add the live and post media coverage, and this is becoming the best class dollar for dollar to be in.


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Nikal, you hit the nail on the head. The manufacturers of UTVs are involved in the sport of racing their products. There is limited factory support to the other classes. If there was, the case would be different.

Great video, by the way.