If you want to improve your abilities in the dirt, look no further than TrophyLite. Regardless of what you race, our instructors can make you better with over 67 combined wins in the desert. From car control to race management, our staff has won at every level and in almost every class from Trophy Trucks to class 11, we have done it. Just because we are based in AZ does not mean you need to travel far. We can bring our school to you, just about anywhere in North America but we can frequently be found driving in Las Vegas, Plaster City, Barstow, Phoenix and Parker.
We can bring up to five of our(5) of our race winning TrophyLite trucks with everything you need to have a great day(s) such as crew, chase trucks with tools, canopies for shade and provide a lunch break during the day, and more or you can drive your race car if you so desire. Every truck has its own instructor and we put you through the paces with safety, cornering, terrain recognition, high speed rough road, braking and weight distribution drills and we even have an amazing co-driver class that will give your navigator all the tools he needs to get you home first or we can make a program specifically for your needs. The “Off-road Experience” is a session without the instruction or video. We can set up a course or let you lose in a OHV area or lead/follow with one of our staff.
Drive one of our Vegas truck rentals and racingThe cost for the driving school is $2500.00 for each 6 hour session, per truck or $2000.00 per session if you have booked a race package with us.
The cost for the “Off-road Experience” is $500 per hour. There may be an additional charge for travel depending on when and where.
For additional questions or to book a tour, call us at (623)570-0474. - See you in the dirt!
The final race of the season brought us to Laughlin, Nevada where the 6077 team of Travis Williams pretty much needed to start and finish both days to secure a Class Championship and that is exactly what he did. Travis has finished on the podium at each race this season and Laughlin would be no different. Cory Winner in the Fabtech 6067 truck beat Travis on corrected time for the two day event putting the 6077 in the 2nd spot, good enough to win the TrophyLite Race Series Championship. Greg Bragg battled his way into the 3rd position followed by Joe Fitos and Chris Wardle to round out the top 5. Chris and the 6003 team finished 2nd in the championship points followed by Greg Bragg and the GB Racing 6012 finished the season in 3rd.
The 5th race of the TrophyLite National Series was 505 miles of the Nevada desert known as the Best in the Desert - Vegas to Reno. This year we would have 9 trucks lined up to battle the desert and their fellow competitors however the course this year was very unforgibing. While everyone was okay, 3 of the 9 had teams some pretty bad wrecks and even though these trucks are extremely tough the teams couldn't overcome issues later on. But the 6077 team of Travis Williams didn't expereince any issues and had a solid run finishing in 1st place in just under 11hrs 3 minutes averagint 45.7mph. John Ferrari in the Wild Powersports 6013 entry finished in 2nd about a half hour later and the ENvision 6003 truck of Chris Wardle wrapped up the top 3.
The SNORE Knotty Pine 250 turned out to such a great race! TrophyLite brought 3 entries to this race and the starting order would be Wardle, Rossi and Mozden. Out of the gate Mozden would begin his move to the front by getting around Rossi and Wardle shortly after when the 6003 experienced a rear-end failure. The 6010 driven by Tyler Mozden put some distance between them and the 6099 of Rossi and at the same time set a fast lap for the class with a 1:20:50! Mozden would hold the lead until about 20 miles to go on the last lap when a boulder found the right tire and control arm sidlinng the 6010 for nearly 30 minutes while repairs were made. This allows Rossi to get by and WIN the Knotty Pine 250. Congratulations to Jim and the 6099 team. Our next race is the TrophyLite Nationals at Glen Helen Raceway in Devore Ca July 5-7th.