When: Saturday, May 19th
Time: 3pm EST / 12pm Noon PST
Where: ABC Sports (As part of ABC’s World of X Games)
The BFGoodrich Tires Mint 400 powered by Monster Energy television show airs on ABC’s World of X GamesMay 19th at 3pm Eastern / 12pm Pacific. Watch 400 of the world’s top off-road racers wage WAR during the most grueling and challenging race of the year. See BJ Baldwin, Bryce Menzies, Rob MacCachren and more go door to door and battle each other and mother nature. You won’t want to miss this special program, the BFGoodrich Tires Mint 400 powered by Monster Energy. Visit themint400.com or check your local listings for ABC Sports.
About The Mint 400
Known as “The Great American Off-Road Race™,” The Mint 400 is the oldest, most prestigious, and most challenging off-road race on the planet. This annual four-hundred mile marathon between the top off-road racers in the world includes over three hundred and fifty race teams in twenty-four different classes of off-road vehicles. Established in 1967, The Mint 400 is steeped in American lore. Thousands of racers and celebrities from around the world have attempted to tame the brutal Nevada desert, but less than half of them have ever finished the Mint. An entire week of events lead up to the famed off-road contest in and around Las Vegas, including a vehicle parade down the Las Vegas Strip, a drivers meet and greet, a pit crew challenge contest, the Miss Mint 400 beauty pageant, massive parties, a qualifying race, and a huge ten-block “contingency” gathering on Fremont Street East. Over forty-thousand spectators gather to watch the worlds best off-road race teams do battle at The Mint 400!
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