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Posted by Christian Fisher on March 08, 2022

BFGoodrich Racing takes on the 2022 Mint 400

GREENVILLE, S.C., Mar. 8, 2022BFGoodrich® Tires looks to continue its winning streak at the 2022 Mint 400, starting in Primm, Nevada, on March 11 and 12.

Known as “The Great American Off-Road Race,” the Mint 400 is the oldest off-road race in the United States. The four days of festivals and races boast an impressive history of participants. Located in the foothills of Las Vegas, more than 400 athletes will compete on a grueling 400-mile racecourse with over 50 classes of racing during the weekend.

BFGoodrich Tires will be the title sponsor and aim for its 10th consecutive overall win at the Mint 400. Rob MacCachren will be driving on BFGoodrich® Baja T/A® KR3 tires and looking to defend his 2021 title against 25 other Unlimited Truck entries.

Storylines for the 2022 Mint 400:

Going for 10 in a row

In what has been described as a win for sportsmanship and a win for off-road racing, Rob MacCachren and son Cayden came away victorious at the 2021 Mint 400 in December. Rob MacCachren and fellow BFGoodrich racer Luke McMillin each showed class and grace after getting tangled up near the finish, and their embrace on stage will be remembered for a long time. Rob MacCachren looks to build his trophy case with a third victory at the Mint 400, while making it 10 in a row for BFGoodrich. Follow along during this year’s Mint 400 with race stories, images and videos on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @BFGoodrichTires.

 18” BFGoodrich Baja T/A KR3 on Full Display

 

The new 18” Baja T/A® KR3 will be featured on Fremont Street during contingency, and on display in the Mint 400 vendor area at the race. It features a new 18” seat wheel diameter to allow extra suspension and brake clearance. This allows upfitting of larger front brake packages for enhanced braking with the brand-new horsepower. Additionally, the shorter sidewall offers improved steering response, braking and overall handling, while featuring the latest race-winning casing and tread compounds.

Tested in the deserts of Baja California, Mexico, and Southwest region of the U.S. by race-winning drivers, the 40x12.50R18 Baja T/A KR3 raises the bar for the most successful brand in desert racing history. For more information, visit the BFGoodrich Racing website.

BFGoodrich OnTrail Becomes Official Mapping App

The Mint 400 announced that BFGoodrich® OnTrail – a simple navigation app that allows you to record, publish and find your own trails – is the Official Mapping App of the Mint 400. The official 2022 Mint 400 race courses are now available to view through BFGoodrich OnTrail, which can be downloaded for free with no subscription from the App Store or Google Play.

A free membership includes a $60 rebate on a set of BFGoodrich tires. With nearly 50 years of off-road experience, BFGoodrich® Tires has created OnTrail to help you discover trails and to provide helpful information for planning your next ride. OnTrail is built to be easy to use, and it combines public trail information with information from the BFGoodrich® OnTrail community, expert off-road partners and professional off-road cartographers.

To find out more about OnTrail and explore your limits as a driver, visit the BFGoodrich booth during the race weekend or visit OnTrail.com

For more information contact:

Christian Fisher

christian.fisher@michelin.com

Office: 864-458-5909

About BFGoodrich

BFGoodrich Tires is dedicated to providing high performance tires for those who have a passion for driving in virtually any environment. Combining technical expertise with 50 years of motorsports experience, BFGoodrich delivers tires for a full range of driving experiences from ultra-high performance street to off-road terrain with one common theme – extreme performance. Come upgrade your performance with BFGoodrich and see where our tires can take you at www.BFGoodrichTires.com, www.BFGoodrichRacing.com, as well as on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @BFGoodrichTires.

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