FOX Athletes Win Big in Mexico’s Baja 500

It is the day for FOX to win big yet again since their first victory in 2009. Two of FOX’ athletes, Justin Smith, Luke McMillin and Bryce Menzies had given their all and had obtained optimum results by winning it big at Mexico’s Baja 500 off road desert race. The winning of Menzies has enabled FOX to earn, for the 10th straight year, its SCORE Desert Series Trophy. There were countless of spectators who surrounded the 450-mile race course in order to view and become present to witness Menzies, the reigning champion, earn, yet again another SCORE in the Baja 500. He had initially started at the 19th in the line and eventually gave a spectacular performance, ultimately winning the race. This racing champion of Las Vegas, after a tedious and tiring 9 hours, 13 minutes and 39 seconds, finally crossed the finish line, with an average of 48.77 miles per hour and becoming the champion by being a mere 11 seconds ahead.

According to Menzies, the race was amazingly difficult. He had to be on constant top speed while dealing with the blinding dust of the Bajas just to get ahead of the leading group of racers. He also added that he had complete faith and confidence with the vehicular technology given by FOX, in which he stated that this gave him an edge over the other competitors. With this knowledge, he took this opportunity to speed up until the finish line. The top ten automobiles in this year’s auto industry.