Justin Lofton's Jimco won the Mint in only it's 2nd race. 5 speed Fortin.I would consider Acers trucks to be a evolution of truck design also, needs some consistency but smart design.
Also the Racer truck that Dondel runs is fast, the trucks with the multi speed transmissions seem to be very fast but need to finish too.
That bass boat blue was bitchin.The Geiser trucks are a great platform, they are fast and most importantly reliable but are vastly all the same. Of course for those reasons and when they make up at least half or more of the field they are going to win and/or fill the podium. I like to see different things being tried, they don't even have to be so far out of the box. If you wanted a leg up on the competition why would you go buy the same thing that all of your competition has? It's an unlimited class turning into a spec class.
It's too bad the Dondels never had the patients to develop the AWD truck that Nye built for them before they decided to cut it up and change it. It could've been something truly impressive, especially in Baja. Anybody know what ever happened to it?
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"The Most Evolved Trophy Truck. The Answers may shock you."The biggest factor in this mental masterbation, click bait thread, is any truck running 40's, because the increase in tire size has really been the biggest evolution factor in TT. Then again, how much has the wheel really evolved since it's inception?