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".

AGM-Jimco X6 Trophy Truck world-premiere

AGM TT #15 - it has been a long, but very rewarding project so far states Martin Christensen, team principal All German Motorsports. From the moment they decided to move up to SCORE’s premier Trophy Truck class, they knew that just buying a run of the mill truck would not work for them. So in true All German Motorsports fashion they set out to redesign the wheel, so to speak. The overall idea would be the same - four wheels, live axle rear end, front engine, two shocks per corner, but from there the design we came up with would take a different direction. The basic idea was to create a smaller, lighter, more nimble version of what was racing currently.
The goal being to design and manufacture every part 30% lighter than comparable items on other truck, without sacrificing strength or reliability. The complete story told by Martin Christensen here... More on Team AGM at Trophy Truck Racing here...

Stylin Trucks


All German Motorsports
Builder: Jimco/AGM
Chassis: Jimco AGM X6 2012
Weight: 4500lbs (2050kg)
Wheel Base: 128? (325cm)
Track Width: 77? (236cm)
Front Suspension: A-Arm, 25? (64cm) Travel, Meziere Enterprises Hubs and Spindles, Eibach Springs, Fox 2.5 Coil-over / Fox 3.0 by-pass, AGM suspension sliders, ORW limit straps
Rear Suspension: Four-link, 32? (82cm) Travel, Meziere Enterprises Hubs and Spindles, Eibach Springs, Fox 2.5 Coil-over /Fox 3.5 Bypass, AGM suspension sliders, ORW limit straps
Engine: V8 Prototype engine, 750HP/400 lb. TQ; built and tuned by Danzio Performance, Custom engine plates and serpentine pulley set from Meziere Enterprises
Transmission: Fortin FRST4, 4 speed sequential w/ TCS torque converter
Fuel Cell: 90 Gallon Fuel Safe cell
Ignition: Life Racing F-88 Control unit, Life Racing PDU-32, Motec Race Dashes w/data logging. All units programmed by Danzio Performance
Tires: 37×12.50×17? BF Goodrich Baja TA KR’s
Wheels: 17’ Method Racing
Body/Paint: RCP designed BMW X6 body, built by McGrath Fiberglass, painted by Collisions Plus
Seats/Belts: Recaro Profi SPA seats, Schroth Racing 5 point latch and link harnesses
Brakes: Alcon 6 piston Calipers with 14” rotors
Wiring: Wire Fab
Lights: Baja Designs – Fuego, La Paz, Stealth and squadron lights
Communication: Avcomm/Kenwood
Navigation: Lowrance 9200c
Extra: Off Road Warehouse bags, extinguishers, tow strap. K&N prototype air filtration system built by Zoom Factory, Remus Performance Exhaust, ID Designs Rear End Housing, Fortin Third Member, C&R Radiator, Setrab coolers.