Zero1 Off-Road will bring their custom-built line of off-road buggies to the 2023 BFGoodrich Tires Mint 400 as the Official Arrive-and-Drive partner of this year’s event, Mint 400 officials announced today. Continuing a years-long relationship that has seen celebrities and average joes alike take on the Great American Off-Road Race, Zero1’s race program gives anyone the opportunity to show up with a fully prepped, battle-ready race car.
“We can’t wait to have Zero1 Off-Road back as part of this year’s BFGoodrich Tires Mint 400,” said Mint 400 CEO Matt Martelli. “Over the years, we’ve put everyone from UFC fighters to rock-and-roll legends behind the wheel of Zero1 vehicles, knowing that they’re durable enough to take on anything we throw at them, and a lot of them show that they’ve got some impressive driving chops. In fact, the Zero1 cars have spawned such a deep love for the sport in some of them that you’ll see plenty of graduates in this year’s starting lineup. We can’t wait to see who else launches an off-road racing career after running this year’s event with Zero1!”
Zero1 buggies are purpose built to eat desert terrain for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Zero1 custom builds their machines to perform in the most extreme races in America— drivers simply show up and put skill into action on race day. Zero 1 Off-Road’s race day packages include pre-race inspection, race vehicle transportation and main pit hospitality area for drivers and guests.
The Zero1 team has designed and tested some of the most prestigious off-road courses in America. The Zero1 training team is second to none and steeped in experience and expertise used to support all race endeavors. Alongside racing packages, Zero1 Off-Road offers all-inclusive Odyssey group tours that cover more than 3,000 miles of remote trails out of its Off-Road Ranch in the historic gold-mining town of Goldfield, Nevada.
Call Zero1 Off-Road at 702-361-9100 for more information, or visit www.zero1offroad.com.
The Mint 400 has held the title of the toughest, most spectacular off-road race in North America since 1968 when it was first run. Initially, the race was a public relations event promoting the Mint Hotel’s annual deer hunt, but what started out as a hotel promotion soon grew into a legitimate desert race. Since its 2008 revival, “The Great American Off-Road Race” has only gotten bigger and more prestigious, and deeper fields every year only make it tougher to win.
This year’s BFGoodrich Tires Mint 400 will take place from March 8-12 in Las Vegas. More information on the event for racers and spectators is available at TheMint400.com, or follow the event on Facebook and Instagram.