September 10-11, 2010—Exit 28 East of Reno, Nevada…Off-Road Racing and Severe Rock Crawling…A ‘King of the Hammers’ Qualifier! The inaugural Stampede Race turned the Ultra4 racing world on edge. Intended as a “qualifying race” for the 2011 King of the Hammers event scheduled for Johnson Valley, California, the regional race near Reno proved every bit as challenging as the notorious ‘King of the Hammers’ event! Three 22-mile laps of combined desert fast track, mountainous terrain, an extreme rock crawl segment and more—many drivers contrasted the Stampede Ultra4 Race to the King of the Hammers and Baja—with the added punishment of extreme rock crawling thrown into the mix! One way to size up technology is by viewing pre-race vehicle inspections. Here’s a close look at off-road racing’s most competitive and versatile 4x4s, the Ultra4 Class!
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2010 Stampede Race Photo Proof Sheet: Race Photos Available!
Racers, fans and sponsors…Interested in purchasing select images of the Stampede Race? You can preview a proof sheet. The PDF file will download for viewing at lower resolution.
Note: These are low resolution “proofs” only! Original images and any ordered prints are ultra-sharp and in vivid color. The .jpg files will produce professional enlargements from 8″ x 10″ to 20″ x 24″ size if desired. B & W ‘press photos’ are also available from these images. Website sizing is available as well.
Click here for a proof sheet PDF download!
Review the proof photos. “Zoom-in” on images to identify photos. Single out the images you like and ask for higher resolution samples before ordering the digital copies or prints.
If you are interested in a photo/photos, simply send a ‘Q & A’ inquiry through any of the website ‘Q & A’ submission links. We will respond with details and cost quotes for digital .jpg files or gloss prints to your size request.
Any purchased photo will be finely edited for the final image. Again, the proof sheet is a only a “raw” and low resolution image, directly from the camera and not “touched up.”