Johnny Angal Breaking in His 2017 Race RZR With a Memorable Burnout + Video
If you get a free machine from an OEM and you're going to tear it down to the frame an rebuild it anyway, why not have a little fun before hand?Read more
Seth Fargher Jan 03, 2017
Johnny Angal Letting Off Some Steam + Video
When Johnny Angal needs to break in his trophy truck for the next BITD race but doesn't have time to take it to the desert.Read more
Seth Fargher Dec 13, 2016
UTV Inc. Wins Baja 1000 in RZR XP 4 1000
(Photo courtesy Vincent Knakal // UTVUnderground.com)
This year’s point-to-point Baja 1000 was 1,275 miles of brutal terrain testing both machine and driver. Polaris RZR went into the race as the defending champion, and the Scrambler XP 1000 made a maiden voyage with Team UXC racing at the helm.
Nineteen side-by-sides, including 13 RZRs, started the race and eight side-by-sides, six being RZRs, managed to finish. First-time Baja 1000 driver of record, Johnny Angal of UTV Inc., and his drivers Brian Bush, Branden Sims and Justin Quinn, in their No. 1919 RZR XP 4 1000 won the grueling race. Jagged X in the No. 1932 with drivers Matt Parks, Brandon Schueler and Craig Scanlon took second.
Lucas Cooney Nov 20, 2014