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Sara Price won’t settle for less than a Stadium Super Trucks Victory

Coming into the second Terracross event of the season at Hay Days in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Sara hadn’t raced a UTV on dirt in months. For those not familiar with racing, this would be like an Olympic swimmer only practicing their freestyle stroke, right up until they jumped into the pool on race day to compete in the backstroke. “I didn’t feel that comfortable in practice,” says Sara. “I realized I needed to relax and find my flow — being back on dirt is like going back to my roots.” That wasn’t the only pressure Price was under. Last year, Price took home the Terracross Championship in the woman’s Class and was the first person in Terracross history to win all...

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Sara Price Gets Back on Dirt to Defend Terracross Championship

Sara Price wouldn’t be happy without racing in her life. In July, Sara became the first woman to race a Stadium Super Truck and lead the pack for much of the race in Toronto. But she’s not one to rest — instead, she’s got a title to defend. Last year Sara took home the Terracross championship in the women’s class, and was the first person in Terracross history to win all the main race events of the series. The pressure is on for her to defend her title. “My season has been great so far and I’ve spent a lot of energy throwing myself into the SST series,” says Sara. “Getting back into a UTV on dirt is like coming...

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US Motocross star turned Super Trucks driver Sara Price ready to race in Gold Coast 600 weekend

WHEN Sara Price straps into her Super Truck this weekend she will be the sole female competitor. But the 24-year-old trailblazing American thinks of herself as just another driver. Price, a 17-time national motocross champion in the US, isn’t just the only female Super Truck racer, she’s the only woman behind the wheel in any of the GC600 events. “Growing up I always raced against the boys in motocross and I’ve raced in cars against men. With Super Trucks there are no disadvantages and no advantages being a woman, we’re all equal. “I get a lot of respect, the guys know I’m there to compete. That’s what I want to be known for, my talent, skill and the hard work...

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