We all know the common areas of Baja during races like Ojos Negros, San Matias, San Felipe, Colonet or San Quintin to mention a few, all of them share the same desert landscape, and as beautiful they are, this spots in Baja are usually more restricted and hard to get usage permit. This is the case with “Parque Nacional Constitución de 1857” commonly known as “Sierra de Juarez”, a protected forest just an hour away from Ojos Negros where the forest blooms with their majestic pine trees and some of the freshest air in all Baja.
So we put our task to spent the day shooting in the forest capturing beautiful postal cards that share the beauty of what off-road racing and Baja don’t offer very often.
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By Ernesto Araiza
And now after a relax drive thru the forest, we get ready to head to Barstow to the inaugural California 300, a race with lots of potential and we can’t wait to be there capturing the best action possible.