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Bronco Raptor Wins Baja 1000

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Bronco Raptor edges out F-150 Raptor R & Ford wins its second consecutive title.
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The Bronco Raptor won the mid-size stock class at the 56th SCORE Baja 1000. The Braptor crossed the finish line in Baja with an unofficial time of 40:37:47.820— just before the F-150 Raptor R.

The Bronco raptor was virtually stock, retaining the stock engine, transmission and driveline. The only modifications were safety & performance to meet SCORE stock regulations.

The Baja 1000 is regarded as one of the toughest and most prestigious off-road races in the world— taking place in Mexico’s Baja peninsula across sandy coastlines, silt beds & rain-swept rocks. This year’s race was a 1,200-mile trek from La Paz to Ensenada, the second longest race in Baja 1000 history.

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“Baja is one of the most difficult races in the world, and that is why we use it as a proving ground for our technology. The team is proud to show again this year how capable the Raptors really are,” said Brian Novak, Ford Performance off-road racing supervisor.

This is Ford’s second consecutive win in this class. In 2022, the Ford Ranger Raptor won.

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