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For those that are interested, here are some links :

http://www.off-road.com/race/2004score/baja1000/index.html

http://www.race-dezert.com/ubbthrea...07943&page=0&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=&fpart=all

http://www.race-dezert.com/ubbthrea...07918&page=0&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=&fpart=all

http://www.rlhcomm.com/04bj1kov.htm


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Robert (RJ) Olchawa, my future co-driver, is working the Baja 1000 for the Wide Open Team. (www.wideopenbaja.com) He is a fantastic machinist in Upland,CA who makes boat-loads of custom race parts for the Wide Open Baja cars and for me. He was telling me that WideOpen were trying to recruit Tom Cruise to drive one of their cars this year!! Now that would be some awesome publicity!
They had some top drivers last year, names such as Millen, Zwart, and the father and son team of Michel Jourdain Sr and Jr.
I found the Baja website but it seems to be down at the moment.

http://www.score-international.com/baja1000/index.ihtml
 

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>Wonder how a rally car would hold up to this event... Its
>always been on my to-do list.

Rally cars have run a number of times (not counting rally trucks).

I think Bruno Kribich even ran it in his Quattro.

SAAB ran some 96 (s) way back in time...

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In some sections, a rally car would be blazing fast. But alas, a rally car could not complete the event. Some sections have proven very challenging even for trucks/buggies designed specifically for this type of event.

Been there.

Happy Motoring,
Timo
 
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