Trophy Trucks are the fastest class of off-road racing vehicles which are designed and built to resemble modern pickup trucks. Although any truck that meets the safety standards can race the trophy truck class, they, for the most part, feature long travel suspensions and high power engines. They are intended for desert racing, and most are not street legal like their practice counterparts, the pre-runners. Trophy Trucks can reach speeds in excess of 135 miles per hour even over rough terrain. This puts them among the fastest off-road vehicles in the world. The trucks are most frequently associated with the Baja 1000 race, series that have featured trophy trucks including SCORE International, and Best In The Desert or BITD, in which they are referred to as "Trick Trucks".

Pre-Running the 2020 Baja 1000

Dan & Luke McMillin start their Pre-Run of the 2020 SCORE BFG Baja 1000 Presented by 4WP with a mixture of fun and seriousness. Watch the behind the scenes view of the McMillin Racing team pre-runing their way around the Baja peninsula.


Silver State 300 Luke McMillin

Watch as Luke McMillin pilots his Trophy Truck into the 2nd pole position at this years 2020 Silver State 300.


Luke McMillin - 2019 Baja 1000

We are ready to take on the 2019 Baja 1000! Trophy Truck Nr. 83 looks amazing! This truck and I get one more shot at the Baja 1000 together. We’ve lead this race 3 of the last 5 years with some very tough breaks. For 2019 we plan on making this one count. We’re going to finish off the season just the way we started it! Luke McMillin can’t wait for race day! He's ready, the truck is ready and the team is ready!


2019 Baja 500

The Baja California peninsula is alive with growling engines as elite offroaders descend on the region for one of motorsports key races. The 51st edition of the Baja 500 takes place on Saturday, June 1 but already the pre-running of the hazardous circuit is underway. All eyes are on the heavyweight Trophy Truck contest between serial winners Andy McMillin and Bryce Menzies.

McMillin is one of the few drivers in the sport who has won Baja’s coveted Triple Crown Overall title in a four-wheel vehicle: the San Felipe 250, the Baja 500 and the Baja 1000. Meanwhile, Menzies is a three-time Baja 500 winner with victories in 2011, 2012 and 2014.

Heading into this year’s Baja 500 it is Chevy driver McMillin who is riding high following his win at the San Felipe 250 in April. McMillin is a third generation offroad racer whose cousins Dan and Luke will also be racing this weekend in Mexico.


Andy Mcmillin Mason Motorsports Trophy Truck

First test session with his his new Mason Motorsports Trophy Truck is in the books for Andy Mcmillin. As he prior stated in a Facebook post is he very much pleased on how much extra time and effort everyone been put in this truck built by Mason Motorsports in less than 3 months. McMillin does appreciate the craftsmanship, fit and finish details.

He is attempting to back up the overall win from 2017 in the new truck at Parker.