Toyota 2010 4Runner enters SCORE Baja 1000 Race


Toyota 2010 model 4Runner SUV vehicle will enter the SCORE Baja 1000 Race, which has a length of 672 miles and a time limit of 31 hours long race.  The Baja 1000 is one of the toughest desert races in the world in which not only test machine’s ability but also man’s as well.   The Baja 1000 is a single loop race, which starts in Ensenada and finishes in Ensenada of the Pacific Ocean side.

Toyota will test its newest 4Runner SUV vehicle in this endurance race along with its race driver, “Ironman” Stewart.  Stewart is a 22-time SCORE Baja race winner of last year competition.  The competition is fierce with over 325 entries are expected from around the world to compete in this 42nd Tecate SCORE Baja 1000.  Top winner of this race will be crowned king of endurance and toughest of them all.  Last year winner was Honda’s Ridgeline for the Stock mini class, which bested out the Toyota FJ Cruiser and Hummer H3.

This will be a test ground for the Toyota 4-Runner SUV vehicle.  Its fame has faded throughout the years as more and more of SUV type vehicles entered the market. Now is the time for it to prove itself again.  The fifth generation 4Runner top of the line model will be used in this race.  It has a four wheel drive system and a V6 engine, which puts out about 270 hp @ 5600 rpm and 278 lb-ft torque @ 4400 rpm.  Stay tune to see who will be the #1 winner.