The Mint 400 has been running around the deserts near Las Vegas, Nevada for decades. It’s a 400 mile wasteland sprint between trucks, cars, buggies, and maniacs behind the wheels. This short video covering the 1978 edition of the event gives you a taste of what this world was like back in the day.
You don’t need two bags of grass, seventy-five pellets of mescaline, five sheets of high powered blotter acid, a salt shaker half full of cocaine, and a whole galaxy of multi-colored uppers, downers, screamers, and laughers to love every second of watching the 2015 Mint 400. Actually you don’t even need a TV anymore!…
The 2015 Mint 400 desert race will be on NBC this Sunday, July 12th at 2:30PM EST. Kick back watching the whole broadcast then, and get yourself fired up for the weekend with this face-rocking trailer right now!
Make yourself some time to kill and then spend it watching the 2013 Mint 400. Mad Media has just uploaded the entire race broadcast for you to enjoy right here! Even if you remember who won, it’s a hell of a ride.
How freaking fierce is this 2015 Mint 400 crash!? A Class 1 buggy came off a big bump right next to the Vest Racing trophy truck, slamming it with just the right force and angle to send it careening into next week. Photog Eric Minks was perfectly positioned to shoot a whole roll of the action.
The off-road race you saw in Fear & Loathing In Las Vegas is a real thing, and it just rocked the sun-scorched desert of Nevada last weekend. Feast your eyes on this glorious photo gallery of the 2015 Mint 400 and you'll see why we're always calling it one of the best motorsport events in America.
The 2015 Mint 400 motorsport circus has raged in and around Las Vegas, Nevada all week. The actual race goes down tomorrow, and the afterparty will take festivities all the way through Sunday. Put these channels in your feed and you'll see why so many people go nuts over desert racing.
You're really doing yourself a disservice by forgetting to follow desert racing. It's dramatic, it's dynamic, and it's a lot easier to spectate than you think. The 2015 Mint 400 will tear across the sands of Nevada next month, and here's more evidence that you have to watch it.
In case you missed NBC's two-hour presentation of the dirt-throwin' fender-rubbin' 2014 Mint 400 desert race, Red Bull has put the whole show online for you to watch at your leisure from your computer. Sans commercials, to boot.
Desert Dingo Racing campaigns a 1969 VW Beetle in off road races in the U.S. and Mexico. We've covered them in the past a couple times before. As you can imagine, Beetles doing crazy, dirty things is very appealing to me, so I asked Jim Graham to write up his experience in the Mint 400, in which he gets run over by a…
Defensive end DeMarcus Ware has only just signed with the Denver Broncos, but he's already tossed his football helmet for a racing helmet to throw down in "America's oldest off-road race," the Mint 400 out of Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Mint 400 desert race organizers have promised to send over the official results and epic photos of vehicles "soon," so newly crowned Miss Mint 2014 Dani Mathers of Glendale, California will just have to tide you over until then.
Racers of the 2014 Mint 400 have completed their qualifying loop, and the starting positions for tomorrow have been decided. With so many vehicles running this year's race, those positions are going to be more crucial than ever.
For those of you in the Las Vegas area, the competitors of this weekend's Mint 400 desert race will be parading down the Vegas Strip today at 3:15pm local time!
The 2014 Mint 400 desert race in Las Vegas next weekend has set a new record for entries with 300 total as of this morning, 57 of which are trophy trucks. It's going to be one hell of a field for this year's event.
The Mint 400 is a little over a month away, and the organizers have been kind enough to throw together this epic promo to get you psyched.