Just beyond the shimmering glow of the world famous Las Vegas Strip is the most hostile and unforgiving territory in North America, the Mojave Desert. An apocalyptic region made of jagged stone, gravel pits, deep silt beds, piercing cactus and temperatures in excess of 120 degrees.
There lies within this seemingly untamable landscape a racecourse like no other. A punishing obstacle course that since 1968 has tested the strength and will power of an elite group of racers. For nearly 50 years, The Mint 400 has held the title of the oldest and most challenging off-road race in America and each year 350 race teams in 25 classes of off-road vehicles gather to battle each other and mother nature for a chance to be recorded in the history books.
The race attracts both professional race teams and weekend warriors, all of whom will wage war against each other and the legendary 400 mile race course. They will risk everything, yet less than half of them will make it to the finish line. It is the ultimate test of man vs. machine. It is the greatest off-road race in America. This is the Polaris RZR Mint 400