We had a plan to get 69 year old - first time Baja racer John Slavic a finish. He owns two TL trucks, so the plan was to keep them together and help each other. If one had a big problem, we would pull it and put on trailer for parts or quick rescue/support vehicle. The 6069 got stuck for a couple hours in silt so 6076 became the race truck at that point. Plan worked well - John is a Baja peninsula finisher. And yes, other than $ and time, the 1000 should be a peninsula run every year. Epic.Trophylite DQ is 6069.
On the trackers it looks like they got off the course at CP1 and took the highway all the way down to CP2 until rejoinging with 6076 from apparently the same team. Ran together until sportsman shortcut and back on the highway in Loreto and met with 6076 a few times before the finish.
Looks like they called it early and decided to chase 6076.
it is the bumper, but more so the deck lid.I think this is mostly because class 11 is stock rear bumper.
No good place to nerf unlike the other classes.
Well I’ll give you a recap of the season if you’re interested haha. San Felipe we had a dnf because we basically weren’t totally prepared. I know it had a few teams laughing at us since we had come from a spec truck and maybe we didn’t know how hard class 11 was. But we licked our wounds and came back swinging with a win at the 500 with 1 minute and 1 second to spare on the clock. Mikes was brutal that race and so was uruapan. When we were close to the finish it just got worse for the 11 car. At one point I almost got out of the car to look and see if the shocks had fallen off because every small bump was violent.i want to hear about those cls 11 brutes, i heard they were punting cars left& right, ( i want to hear their driving techniques for all the crap ' purpose built off road race cars' get stuck in