When the first Dust to Glory was released it, created a cultural tipping point for off-road racing. Finally there was a film that we could reference to explain what we do and why we do it to the world. It was and still is the “Dog Town and Z Boys” of off-road racing; a cultural defining film that cracks the surface of story telling of visually powerful off-road racing action. The stories of humans banding together to test themselves against fellow man, nature, machine, and even bad luck to find out who they are and what they are made of. Even better was that Dust to Glory came from filmmaker Dana Brown, who inherited his fathers legacy of creating culture defining films like Endless Summer and On Any Sunday. Dust to Glory 2 looks to be an even deeper dive into stories of the people of off-road racing, scheduled to be released this fall just prior to the 50th running of the Baja 1000. We can’t wait to see it!