When you’re handed the trophy—or the medal or the sash or the thing that says you won—you smile. You’re happy. But if you’re Brandon Walsh, being the 2018 points winner in SCORE class F7 is only half of your mission. Because what he was after was a solo “Ironman” completion of the punishing Baja 1000. Find out why he fell short of his goal, what happens when you spend over 24 hours awake behind the wheel—and what keeps him hungry to do it all over again.Find Out More
The 2018 Rebelle Rally spanned more than 2,000 kilometers of rugged terrain throughout deserts of Nevada and California. It is the first off-road navigation raid of its kind in the United States and is meant to be the ultimate combination of adventure and competition as it brings together pace and precision, but doesn’t demand professional driving experience or a race vehicle.
This epic challenge is comprised of daring women in teams of two – one driver and one navigator in a street legal vehicle, either 4x4 or a crossover. Equipped with some training, a compass, and a road book, the Rebelles are fierce and ready to Rally.Find Out More
Racing is a test of speed, endurance, engineering and ability, and the 2017 season marked Toyota's 35th year competing in American auto racing. Martin Truex Jr. was crowned the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion, Tundra driver Christopher Bell won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) driver's championship and Toyota won the NCWTS manufacturer's championship for the fifth time in a row – a fitting end to a remarkable year. Toyota has one of the most-dynamic racing programs in the industry, supporting teams from NASCAR to NHRA, Formula Drift to the American Rally Association, plus everything in between, including off-road and grass roots racing events. But they all have one thing in common: Toyota-supported vehicles leading the way to the checkered flag!Find Out More
Racing is the ultimate test of man and machine. It takes months of preparation and thousands of man-hours to build a competitive car. When Dan Gardner and his team at DG-Spec Racing got the “green light” to go racing, they had a ridiculously-short 35 days until the Utah event. They took the 2017 Toyota 86 from SEMA, which was a real race car, just not one designed to race in the U.S., and turned it into a Pirelli World Challenge TCA race car. The team often worked around the clock to make sure they were ready, and the results speak for themselves. The 86 finished on the podium in 3rd place, the first podium for this version of the car ever in North America.Find Out More