How Was The Race?

Fucking awesome. This is what racing is all about. Who gives a shit who can drive the fastest? I want to see who can do the most flips and most damage to their vehicle. I approve of this racetrack.

  •   vulture January 17, 2015

    Alans snackbar Alans snackbar

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  •   nh3kid January 17, 2015

    Muther fucker needs to go to Midas for some new shocks

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  • slutsrfun January 17, 2015

    I didn't see any beer stands.

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  •   potrostation January 17, 2015

    We've combined Baja 2000 with Jack ass.

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  •   truckingman January 17, 2015

    I give them about 9.5 for style and 10.0 for twelve to thirteen flips...

    Sincerely, Robert Hallock

    the truckingman.

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  • morbuis669 January 17, 2015

    pinchy baboso way!

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  • realtalks January 17, 2015

    So just end the video at the good part when the truck goes up in flames!!

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  •   pizzapie January 17, 2015

    Racing in Baja, everyone knows if you see a bunch of Mexicans standing around, slow down. They set up booby traps and watch the racers crash. Many have been hurt and even killed because of it.


    Sabotage and booby-traps at Baja races

    Each year there are reports of spectators sabotaging or booby-trapping the course by digging holes, blocking river flow, or burying and hiding obstacles. Racers are warned to beware of large crowds of spectators in remote parts of the course since it may indicate hidden traps or obstacle changes. Many of the booby traps are not created to intentionally injure the contestants but are created by the local spectators as jumps or obstacles for spectator entertainment and intriguing moments to be caught on videotape. The haphazardly-designed jumps, created by the spectators, are very dangerous as the contestants may inadvertently enter the booby-trap at unsafe speeds, resulting in damage to the vehicles or injuries to competitors or spectators. Awareness of booby traps and course alterations are often part of race-day strategy and convey an advantage to the best prepared teams — nonetheless given the danger the traps pose, it is customary for competitors to quickly communicate course hazards to other competitors through on-board radio communications and radio relay.

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  •   fistermister January 17, 2015

    @pizzapie; I would like to plus you 1, but I'm Mexican and pretty sure that's top secret, and you loose lip our fun like you have authority? I'd not say such things!

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  • englishgent January 17, 2015

    That's looks like the Paris-Dakar race to me Pizza. Could be Baja though.

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  • fulmerino January 18, 2015

    I like Mexicans...

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  •   darkmadness January 18, 2015

    That wheel alignment and shocks rofl!

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  • cheshiregrin January 18, 2015

    All I can say is that if the fucker survived that largely intact, he's probably yelling about how that was awesome.

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  • bobbabooey January 18, 2015

    If you see a van next to the racetrack with the words "Crazy Shit" on the side, slow down

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  • bobbabooey January 18, 2015

    Those Mexican day laborers do that whistling and hand waving shit every time I pull into the Home Depot parking lot first thing in the morning

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  • kanada January 18, 2015

    ^or if you see rockincocks by a jump with his pants down around his ankles slow down .

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  •   pizzapie January 18, 2015

    @fistermister Authority? go eat some beans and rice

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  • cbracing1 January 19, 2015

    Alla akbar!

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