For those who are big fans of off-road racing, they might be willing to spend thousands of their hard-earned money just to watch and support their favorite racers in the extreme sports race. Off-road races are exciting to watch and really thrilling to experience. If you are a novice off-road racer, you might want to try local off-road race first before you compete in an international off-road race. You also need to find out the race terrain that suits your vehicle condition most, and of course, the sponsors who will fund your journey and your crew members to the racing area.
If you prefer to watch the race live, you can check out Top 15 Off-Roading Races to See and see when is the best time to watch that particular off-road race you love. For those who are interested in attending the Russian Baja Northern Forest off-road rally, you might want to start booking your flight tickets and accommodation immediately, as the race often takes place in February during the coolest days of winter. Meanwhile, the Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 is a great off-road rally to watch at the end of winter. The San Felipe 250, held in Baja California, is usually held at the end of February or the first few days of March.
For you who are interested in attending the Raid de Himalaya, you need to pack up some winter or autumn clothing because the rally is often held in October, so although the weather is not freezing, you will need to do some cover up to keep you warm. Choose the schedule of a race that suits your schedule, book your tickets early, pack your digital camera or handy camera, and enjoy the off-road race live!