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".

Jimco Racing Inc

Jimco Racing Nr. 30 Trophy Truck in 50th Baja 1000 outfit as it will be piloted by Robbie Pierce. 50th Baja 1000 will be held over a 1,134.40-mile race course down Mexico’s Baja California peninsula at 15.-16.November 2017. The start is in Ensenada, Baja California (68 miles/ 110km from US border San Diego/Tijuana).

The finishline is in La Paz, Baja California Sur (917miles/1475km from US border) Motorcycle and quad classes will start at midnight (PT) on Wednesday, Nov. 15 and trucks 10 hours later.

The 50th Baja 1000 race week festivities will cover Nov. 12-18. Pre-race festivities include the popular tech and contingency of all vehicles.