After making the right improvements on the race car, we showed up more prepared than ever. In my opinion, judging by our speed, we had Top 4-9th place pace, which is not bad considering it’s Best In The Desert, with over 30 cars in our class.
We had a lot of great footage of race cars from last year’s UTV world championship race. And since there hasn’t been much racing, and we love watching the SxS’s of all types in motion, we wanted to show you some clips of our race car, and what we’ve learned, and we have footage of our race car when the spring rate was too soft and the valving was off.
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One of the team, our buddy Wes, is flying the Chupacabra Offroad load and proud on his 2020 Turbo S. I wanted to have him talk about the parts he used, to give you guys some insights, many of the parts are different from what Andrew and I have been using. Thanks to 5150 whips for the flags, and no other brands sponsored this video.
Former Polaris Employee buys a Speed! Yup, you heard that right. I’m selling one Polaris (maybe both) and jumping on board the Speed bandwagon while there is still space. I put down the $1,500 at Coyne Powersports, and I’m really getting excited. I sort of talked myself into it, over these past few months.
A good way to figure out how to go faster is to reach out to other racers, learn, watch, and ride along. As we’ve been making improvements to the race car, we can push harder, and once we figure out tuning and clutching, we will be at a whole new level of speed. The shock tuning has given us a ton of confidence! We met up at Geiser Loop to see how it felt, in a spot we know well.
Chupacabra Offroad headed to Laughlin, Nevada for the biggest SxS race of the year, the UTV World Championships. 419 racers entered for their shot at glory, and the chance to take home a win at this prestigious, UTV only Best In the Desert sanctioned race.