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  • The 2011 General Tire Mint 400 will air on Fuel TV Sept. 18th, 21st, 28th and 29th, with October and November airing schedules to be announced at a later date
  • Intense, action-packed General Tire Mint 400 teaser hits YouTube Sept. 8 

Las Vegas, Nevada – (Sept. 8, 2011) - Off-road racing fans and adrenaline junkies alike don’t have to wait till Sept. 18 to catch a glimpse of the 2011 General Tire Mint 400 madness. Read the rest of this entry »


The Snore, Mint 400 takes place in some of the most evil desert terrain imaginable. The Mint course is comprised of rocks, big rocks, little rocks, sharp rocks and deeply embedded rocks that seem to be cast in concrete. The only relief from the constant pounding is a few sandy stretches and the deep pockets of blinding silt… with rocks. Read the rest of this entry »

RENO, NV     DECEMBER 14, 2010  - Roger Norman attended last weekends SNORE Rage at the River as a test of his equipment, and had a great weekend with Fastest Qualifying on Friday, Second overall by 16 seconds on Saturday, and then did not finish on Sunday. Read the rest of this entry »


Las Vegas, NV – Hundreds of racers are busy preparing and testing their off-road race vehicles for the return of the 2010 SNORE/General Tire Mint 400, set to take place just 25 minutes North of Las Vegas on March 27th. The historic race was started by Norm Johnson, former public relations director for the Del Webb Hotel, and was resurrected by the SNORE (Southern Nevada Off Road Enthusiasts) racing organization just 3 years ago. Read the rest of this entry »


Last weekend’s SNORE Battle at Primm (BAP) saw a record turn out of class 8 competitors and over 370 total entries for a fast paced and ultra competitive race. The Dean Schlingmann Motorsports crew was in high spirits having just spent its short winter break freshening up its engine and transmission programs. The BAP race format was laid out to be two days of racing action with competitors racing five 12-mile laps each day. Read the rest of this entry »