Andy McMillin sets his sights on top 5 finish at Parker 425 Andy recently completed his first official race as a trophy truck driver at the Laughlin Desert Challenge. Falling victim to mechanical problems both days, Andy still shined by posting...
Andy McMillin sets his sights on top 5 finish at Parker 425
Andy recently completed his first official race as a trophy truck driver at the Laughlin Desert Challenge. Falling victim to mechanical problems both days, Andy still shined by posting some of the faster lap times of the race. Just back from testing with Robby Gordon in San Felipe, Andy is relaxed and focused for the upcoming Parker 425. With a new engine and his trusty Rancho Drivetrain Engineering M1 transmission, Andy's truck is prepped and ready.
Eager to earn the respect of the fans and drivers alike, Andy had a few things to say about the upcoming race. "I want to finish top 5 at Parker. I feel confident I can do it, this is more of the style of racing I am used to. We had some engine issues when we were pre-running the MDR Plaster City race that we took care of. Our truck is up and running in top condition. We are going to try and qualify well so we can run in clean air. This truck can really move and I just want to get it out and push it. Really the only person I am worried about going into this race is Robby Gordon, I don't want my boss to beat me."
Robby Gordon will also be entering the race driving the same H2 that he campaigned in Dakar.
About McMillin Racing
McMillin Racing was founded by the late off-road race legend Corky McMillin, and is currently headed by his two sons Mark and Scott McMillin. McMillin racing currently campaigns a trophy truck, two Class 1 cars and one Class 1600 car. The trophy truck is driven by Andy McMillin. The two Class1 cars are driven by Mark McMillin, Scott McMillin, and Crew Chief Brian Ewalt. The Class 1600 car is driven by Mark's son Daniel. With multiple race and series wins to their credit, McMillin Racing continues to embody the true passion of off-road racing.