Baja 1000: The World’s Most Deadliest Race


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The Baja 1000 race takes place in Mexico in the state of Baja California, Where racers such as Trophy Trucks, Dirtbikes, Buggies and Quads race down this course. The course is 1000 miles long and takes about 24 hours to complete. The reason the race is deadly is because their is a lot of cattle out and boobytraps and they also don’t shut down public highways leading them to oncoming traffic.

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