2024 Unlimited Off-Road Racing Series Schedule Released - Engine Builder Magazine

2024 Unlimited Off-Road Racing Series Schedule Released

The Martelli Brothers have announced their new three-race 2024 Unlimited Off-Road Racing Series, which features The Parker 400, The BFGoodrich Tires Mint 400 and The California 300 off-road races.

Unlimited Off-Road Racing will host all desert car, truck and UTV classes, and host motorcycles at two of their marquee events, The Mint 400 and The California 300. The new series will also feature the next evolution of the UTV World Championship, which will be determined by points accumulated at all three events. 

“We’re absolutely thrilled to be launching this new league and championship points series,” said Unlimited Off-Road Racing CEO and Co-Owner Matt Martelli. “This is the culmination of two decades of work in the off-road industry, on both the marketing and production side, and more than a decade of work promoting off-road events. We want to thank our racers, teams, sponsors, partners, volunteers, fans and our staff for their support and help over the years.”

Unlimited Off-Road Racing will allow teams to compete for cash, prizes and a prestigious points championship. The series will also offer media exposure via Mad Media, the team that supercharged coverage of The Mint 400.

“Unlimited Off-Road Racing has been in the works since 2020, and we’ve been very vocal about building the preeminent desert off-road race league in North America. We’re thrilled to have so much support, and we can’t wait to kick things off with the return of The Parker 400,” said Unlimited Off-Road Racing COO and Co-Owner Josh Martelli.

2024 Unlimited Off-Road Racing Series Schedule

  • The Parker 400 – Parker, Arizona – January 10-14
  • The Mint 400 – Las Vegas, Nevada – March 6-10
  • The California 300 – Barstow, California – October 2-6

For more information, visit unlimitedoffroadracing.com.

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