MINT 400 50TH ANNIVERSARY TECH AND CONTINGENCY

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The Mint 400 is the 4th consecutive finish for the Chevy Performance Parts ZR2.  Thanks;  BFGoodrich Tires, Mobil 1, Sonic Tools, Tifco, Multi Matic, KC Hilites, Chevy Performance Parts, Sign Pros, PCI Race Radios, Jim Lutz and all our Crew.Thank you team for the great job at the 50th mint 400!!!ZR2 GOING THROUGH TECH AT THE 50TH MINT 400ZR2  at KC Hilites Booth at the 50th Mint 400

 

 

ZR2 2018 Hall Racing USA Race Schedule

Parker 425 February 1-4, 2018

BF Goodrich Tires Mint 400 March 8th-11th, 2018

VT Construction Silver State 300 May 3rd-6th, 2018

General Tire Vegas To Reno August 15th-18th, 2018

Method Race Wheels Laughlin Desert Classic October 11th- 14th, 2018

Pahrump Nugget 250 November 29th-December 2nd, 2018

6130 Hall Racing USA 2018 Race Schedule

Baja 1000 November 14th-18th, 2018

 

Testing in Jean NV for the Parker 425.  Thanks to Austin, Chris, Jim Lutz, Jim Berryman, Dana Morris, Randy for all the help.

 

Finish line in La Paz in the Alpha H1 for another great finish and win at the 50th Baja 1000.  Thanks to the Team of volunteers to make it all happen for Hall Racing.

Hall Racing Team that made it all happen for the win at the 50th Baja 1000.

 

Chad, Paige and Chris had a great time pre-running the 50th Baja 1000 in the ZR2.

 

Next up after SEMA Pre-Run the Baja 1000 in the ZR2 and race the H1 Alpha in the 50th Baja 1000.

This will Be Rod’s 50th and last Baja 1000.

 

Another great finish for the Chevy Colorado ZR2 at the Tonopah 250.  Come see the Chevy Colorado ZR2 at SEMA In Las Vegas.

 

 

ZR2 GETTING SERVICED FOR TONOPAH 250 RACE DATE OCTOBER 19-22

H1 ALMOST READY FOR THE BAJA 1000

 

 

Hall Racing Completes America’s Longest Off-Road Race in a Colorado ZR2

Colorado ZR2 raises the bar for stock vehicles in Vegas to Reno race

2017-08-21

Despite cutting a few tires along the course and the expected rock damage, the ZR2 held up well under the punishing conditions of this 539-mile race. Only 204 of the 336 vehicles entered in the race completed the challenging course.

“This truck is a lot tougher than I thought it was going to be,” said Chad Hall. “I clobbered some things on the course that would’ve broken the many of the vehicles we competed with in the past.”

ZR2 had onboard co-riders and navigators Austin Hall of Reno, Nevada and Chris Woo of Truckee, California.

The pit crew included Chevy performance and chassis engineers, Chevy Racing project manager, General Motors’ technicians and Hall Racing team members.

The truck was modified prior to the race with racing body-mandated safety items such as a roll cage, a 44-gallon racing fuel tank and racing seats with safety harnesses. KC HiLites racing lights, two-way radios and a GPS system were also added.

In addition to these features, the truck was equipped the Chevrolet Performance Exhaust system currently available for all Colorado models and performance parts currently under development by Chevrolet Performance engineering. More information on these parts will be announced in the near future.

“First and foremost, this was a development trip for our engineering team,” said Mark Dickens, Executive Director of Global Accessories, Performance Variants, Parts & Motorsports, General Motors, who was part of the chase and support team following the race from start to finish at all fourteen pit stops.

“ZR2’s performance went beyond our most optimistic expectations, completing ‘Vegas to Reno’ in its first outing. We learned a lot of things about the truck and could not be happier with the result, as well as the efforts of the Hall Racing team.”

“The fact that the Colorado ZR2 was the only stock midsize truck to compete in ‘Vegas to Reno’ reinforces our claim to be in a segment of one with this vehicle. Our success in this race is a testament to all that we’ve accomplished since the relaunch of our midsize truck program three years ago,” said Dickens. “We cannot wait to pass along the benefits of what we’ve learned here under extreme use and at future races to our customers.”

The Hall Racing Colorado ZR2 will challenge the next in the Best in the Desert VT Construction “Tonopah 250” race presented by Polaris on October 19-22.

The 2018 Colorado ZR2 is effectively a segment of one, combining the nimbleness and maneuverability of a midsize pickup with a host of new off-road features and the most off-road technology of any vehicle in its segment.

Compared to a standard Colorado, the ZR2 features front and rear tracks that have been widened by 3.5 inches and a suspension lifted by two inches. Functional rockers have been added for better performance over rocks and obstacles, and the front and rear bumpers have been modified for better off-road clearance.

Class-exclusive features include standard front and rear electronic locking differentials, available diesel engine and the first off-road application of Multimatic Dynamic Suspensions Spool Valve (DSSVTM) damper technology.

As with all Chevrolet trucks, the Colorado ZR2 is built with durability in mind, including a fully boxed frame, roll-formed high-strength steel bed and Duralife brake rotors.

 

 

Hall Racing traces its roots back to the 1950s,  with legendary off-road racer Rod Hall, when organized off-road competition was just beginning.  Today, Chad Hall continues the legacy with a newly redesigned 6100 class truck.

 

The original Hall 6130