All German Motorsports http://allgermanmotorsports.com/ Armin Schwarz and Bryan Lyttle start the All German Motorsports Class 1 Buggy at the 2010 Tecate SCORE Baja 1000. The race was set for 1061 Miles. This is the incar video from the Start.
Trophy truck X5 Branding: Interval camera
All German Motorsports http://allgermanmotorsports.com/
The long-awaited SCORE Trophy truck is done. It spends a day in the shop
getting the body installed, and branded with Sponsor logos. This spy-camera
captures the action.
http://armin-schwarz.com and http://allgermanmotorsports.com is where you
will find more details.
2010 Baja 1000 - Armin Schwarz Start
All German Motorsports http://allgermanmotorsports.com/ Armin Schwarz and
Bryan Lyttle start the All German Motorsports Class 1 Buggy off at the 2010
Tecate SCORE Baja 1000. The race was set for 1061 Miles. This is the incar
video from the Start.
2009 Baja 1000 "Living the Dream" Ride along with Team 71 Racing!
Take a ride for the start of the 2009 Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 with driver
Rick D Johnson and navigator Brian Sallee. The General Tire/Lucas Oil,
Team 71 Racing Trophy Truck finished 3rd overall in the 2009 Tecate SCORE
Baja 1000. Stay tuned for more to come in the 2010 season!
For information on Team 71 Racing contact Myrl Akerman at
2010 SCORE BAJA 1000 Raw Footage
Raw Footage from the 2010 SCORE BAJA 1000
Filmed between the start of the race and San Felipe
Fox Racing Shox and McMillin Recap Videos coming soon!!!
Traxxas 2WD Slash Robby Gordon Dakar Edition unboxed
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many times. I've got no good place to legally drive & film within a
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Q: With RC testing on the backburner, are you doing anything instead?
A: I've merely shifted from one type of toy to another! Check out
http://www.JANGBRiCKS.com . With the same level of dedication I previously
applied to RC, I've built YouTube's most-viewed narrative review channel
for LEGO & other brick-based building systems. LEGO is the world's single
most popular toy for ages 2 to 100 and has a remarkably positive &
supportive global fanbase. Like with RC, what outsiders think of as "just
kids toys" is actually a vast & diverse world of often very complex builds
& challenges. Unlike with RC, though, all of the parts are compatible,
pieces from the 1970s are still fully usable today, and there are no rain
cancellations or surprise track closures or park rangers to contend with :D