Monday, June 30, 2008

HUMMER - Why We Race

This video, posted on our YouTube site, is a great commentary from engineer Thad Stump on why HUMMER races off-road.  One of the greatest aspects of the race program is HUMMER translates the information into changes that impact the SUVs that hit the showroom floor.

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Monday, June 23, 2008


We've had several friends and fans send photos they have taken of the team at various races and events.  We will be posting a section in our photo gallery titled "FAN PHOTOS."  If you send us photos to, we'll add them.  The team will be selecting their favorites at the PRIMM 300 Sept 5th & 6th.  The winner will receive a Rod Hall Racing team hat.

We'll be running the contest throughout the year, so start snapping now.  Looking for the team?  We spend most of our time around Reno and Phoenix.  However, the team will be pre-running the "TSCO Vegas to Reno" August 1st and 2nd.  

Posted by E. Miller

Sunday, June 1, 2008


Mike Winkel crossed the finish line at 1:07 AM in Rod Hall's H3 SUV tonight after the duo spent over 14 hours on the course to win the Stock-Mini Class in the Tecate/SCORE Baja 500. The #760 H3 beat every production class vehicle, except Chad Hall's H3 Alpha but, more importantly, Hall's 18th Baja 500 win moved Rod Hall into sole possession of the record for Baja 500 wins over Ivan "Ironman" Stewart. The two had previously been tied for wins at 17 each.

Rod Hall now holds the record for most Baja 500 wins at 18 and the most Baja 1000 wins at 19. Rod hopes to move the Baja 1000 record to an even 20 wins later this year but, no matter the outcome of that race, it is unlikely that anyone will challenge Hall's amazing record of Baja race wins for quite a few years, if ever.

The H3's victory is the second win of the day for Rod Hall Racing and Team HUMMER. The combination of HUMMER and Rod Hall has proved to be the most formidable team in off-road racing, particularly in Baja!

Goodnight from Baja California...