Hidden Story Behind The Largest Competitive Off-Road Rally In The US

Five years ago, Emily Miller, an endurance racer, founded the first off-road navigational rally for women in the US to give females a platform to shine, build, and test their personality skills. Despite the huge disruption caused these last months, Miller was determined to let her rebels compete in the eight-day off-road rally. To monitor the regular health of teams and staff members, a coordinator was hired. Along with face masks, gloves were also mandatory for all the team members.

The entire event is in a remote area with no spectators and with the proper distance requirements.

A truck parked on the side of a mountain

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