"Racing for RPM for a whole season is a dream come true," said Price. "The team's results speaks for themselves and it's a very special organization that makes me feel like I'm with family. I'm incredibly grateful for the support of Clyde, Justin and the whole team."
Motocross and UTV champion Sara Price has announced today that she will be joining the RPM team and will be campaigning a truck in the Trophy Truck Spec class of the SCORE International desert racing series.
Sara began racing dirt bikes at the at the age of eight and continued on to collect 19 amateur titles and medaled in Women’s Super X at the 2010 X Games. To date Sara still holds the record as the most winning female amateur. A versatile competitor, Sara raced UTVs in the 2013 WORCS series before moving to the Lucas Oil Regional Series in 2015. She grabbed a second place overall in the production side-by-side championship series that year. Sara also finished the Terracross Championship undefeated in the same year. When not competing Sara works as a profession stunt driver for film and television, both on two wheels and four.
RPM Offroad is slated to run a field of six entries for the upcoming SCORE San Felipe 250 after coming off a historic win in the Trophy Truck class at the 50th Baja 1000 in 2017. In addition to the 2017 Baja 1000 win, Mexican team driver Carlos “Apdaly” Lopez also won the SCORE Trophy Truck championship in 2015 and 2016. The team snagged their first Baja 1000 win in 2014 in Class 1.
Sara will race the full 2018 SCORE International season for RPM, with races that include the San Felipe 250, Baja 500, Tijuana Desert Challenge, and the famed Baja 1000.
- Trucks-365 Staff Source: RPM Offroad & Sara Price Photos: Attain Media & Price Media