Off road racing in simple words..!
Desert racing began in the early 20th century. An early racing sanctioning body in North America was the National Off-Road Racing Association (NORRA) co-founded in 1967 by Ed Pearlman. The first event was a race across the Mexican desert, south-eastwards through most of the length of Baja California, originally from Ensenada to La Paz. The event was first called the Mexican 1000, and it later became known as the Baja.

     As of 2014, there are two major organizations promoting short course off road racing in the United States. The TORC: The Off Road Championship, derived from series racing in the Midwestern United States, promotes races in Eastern, Midwestern, and some Western venues. As of March 2018, TORC has canceled all scheduled events for 2018. The Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series focuses on promoting events mainly on the West Coast.

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