Ride along as Cameron Steele and his team win the 2018 Baja 1000

For 2018, SCORE International ran an 806-mile loop race. The Baja 1000 took racers from Ensenada out to the eastern coast of the peninsula. From there, the action turned back towards the Pacific Ocean and on up back to Ensenada. The overall winner was Justin Morgan in the Pro Motor Unlimited class. Finishing just off his pace was Cameron Steel in the Trophy Truck class. All of the Trophy Truck racing was pretty close this year but Steele and crew kept it together long enough to claim the top truck prize.

To do so, takes a lot of preparation, focus, teamwork, and a ton of luck. Cameron had all of that as he drove past the finish line in just 16 hours and 24 minutes after first setting off from the packed starting area.

You can check out the action for yourself by clicking play on the well-shot video above.

By |2018-12-10T09:00:56+00:00December 10th, 2018|Baja, Hoonivercinema, Motorsports|0 Comments

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