At every race there are hundreds of stories, from the unlimited top teams challenging for the overall win, to the limited teams in the back just looking for a chance to finish. Everybody from the fans, to the chase crews, to the drivers have a different experience and perspective. That is in part why off-road racing is such a great experience, there is not one way to do it.
Driving Dirty: The Road to the Baja 1000, is a five-part docuseries that follows five wildly diverse desert race teams who risk money, machine and personal safety as they prepare for and race the toughest off-road event in North America. The series launches on demand worldwide for free on Red Bull TV on November 14. Driving Dirty: The Road to the Baja 1000 dives deep into five distinct journeys to the start line, watching the teams overcome everything that gets in their way on the path to chase their dreams.
Each team featured in the series offers a completely fresh perspective on what they’ll risk to make it to Baja – from a father who builds a truck for his teenage daughters to race (Team Pistolas) to a husband and wife team Kent and Sara Mae Kroeker (Team KORE) who put their small business on the line to race a new prototype – The Minotaur. Then there is the pro, champion off-road racer and Red Bull athlete, Bryce Menzies of Menzies Motorsports, who is on the quest of his life to conquer the one race he just can’t seem to win.