In the coming days the BDS-sponsored race team, Desert Concepts Inc. takes on the grueling race through the Nevada desert from Las Vegas to Reno. Organized by BITD (Best in the Desert) Racing Association this race boasts numerous classes of offroad vehicles for the longest offroad race on US soil. Desert Concepts car #4454 will be competing  in this event once again after bringing home a podium finishes the past 2 years. The prep work is being finished (photos from the race prep) and will be sporting some new body panels for this race, keep an eye for more of this rig racing across Nevada. Follow the racing action online through BITD and Ultra4 Racing. For updates on Team Desert Concepts, check out their Facebook page.

Team Desert Concepts has been competing all year in Ultra 4 races around the country. Last month the team headed to the Glen Haven Grand Prix for a great weekend of racing. Check out some of the photos of the #4454 in action out on the track (photos compliments of David Taylor) and to see the rest check out the link. To follow the team and their progress throughout the season, check out their Facebook page and Ultra 4’s website.

BDS-sponsored off-road race team Desert Concepts is finished up the car and is making their way to Albequerque, New Mexico for the Ultra 4 Cinco De Baja Race this weekend. After a stellar 2nd place in class finish at the Mint 400 the team heads out for another weekend of extreme desert racing. Here’s some shots of the car over the past few days as the team preps the rig.

We’ll have updates from the event as the #4454  takes on the competition in this Ultra 4 Western Regional Series race. For more info on the event, check out ultra4racing.com and follow along with the live race updates at http://ultra4racing.com/live/

Murphy’s Law is in effect, but the BDS sponsored race team of Desert Concepts found a way through it. After a nightmare of a week prepping the competition rig and support vehicles, the IFS buggy is mechanically prepped with the body and graphics getting fitted later today before making the short journey out into the desert for King of the Hammers (KOH). Competition starts Friday morning as the competition rigs take to the course to crown this year’s king. Make sure to cheer on JT Stephens and Bryan Grigsby in car #4454. If you’re out in the desert, make sure to stop by ORW’s tent and say hi to BDS Rep Jason Shellhaas.