Category: Ford Truck Racing

5 Reasons To Bet on Ford in a Tug-o-War

Are tug-o-wars stupid? Are they a meaningful indicator of usefulness? No, not really. But who cares! Trucks trying to out pull other trucks is fun to watch. I’d even argue there’s some skill in it. There’s definitely and element of preparation. From tires, to truck weight, to hookup height… There are a million ways to […] More »

  Comments | By - June 11, 2013

Mike Higgins Flies To Record At Silver Lake Dunes

68Ford Fan F150Online Mike Higgins launched his heavily modified Ford Raptor trophy truck an incredible 180 feet at Silver Lake Dunes before crashing back to Earth in a somewhat spectacular fashion. The landing almost broke the truck in two but luckily Mike was unhurt. Apparently this is the farthest anyone has ever jumped at Silver […] More »

  Comments | By - May 21, 2013

Lucas Oil Off-Road Round 5: Jeremy McGrath Lands on Carl Renezeder

The Pauli exclusion principle says that two objects may not occupy the same place at the same time. Actually, according to Wikipedia, it says "no two identical fermions may occupy the same quantum state simultaneously." But that doesn’t stop Jeremy McGrath from trying it! Watch him get all up on Carl Renezeder’s quantum state during […] More »

  Comments | By - June 14, 2012

Ford Raptor vs. Ram Runner: Which Comes Out on Top? has put together some great face-offs in the past, and this one is no exception. It took place at the Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area in southeastern California, and the contestants were the Ram Runner and the Raptor (apparently the General doesn’t make anything on this level). The hot shoe would be SCORE […] More »

  Comments | By - June 12, 2012

Roush Racer: Erik Darnell, Entry 1

Hey everyone, We’re two weeks into 2006, and we’re already looking at our first off-weekend. I really enjoy racing the trucks, I just wish that we didn’t have this downtime between races! We’re off to a good start, and I can’t say enough about my guys and what we’ve been able to accomplish. At the […] More »

  Comments | By - March 1, 2006

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