The Mint 400 to Live Stream Qualifying & Race Day

  • The Method Race Wheels Qualifying, Friday Races, and Saturday Races to be streamed live!
  • Watch the live stream, follow tracking and pit-to-pit corrected time updates at
  • Live onboard cameras to be added to select racers for real-time in-car video.

The Martelli Brothers and their motorsports production powerhouse Mad Media will once again raise the bar in off-road racing media coverage, announcing today that The Mint 400 live stream will return to The Great American Off-Road Race™ for free on social media and The Mint 400 live stream will also be available on select sponsor websites, YouTube, Facebook, and other social media platforms.

Beginning with the Method Race Wheels Qualifying on Wednesday, March 4th, fans will be able to tune in on their computers and handheld devices from anywhere in the world to watch the warriors of The Mint 400 battle it out. The live stream, tracking, and pit-to-pit corrected time updates can be found at on race week.

“The success of The Mint 400 live stream the past 2 years has really grown the overall value of the event. Our production team is top-notch and delivers viewers around the world the opportunity to follow The Mint 400 action as it unfolds. We have pulled out all the stops this year with the help of our title sponsor BFGoodrich Tires and created a massive coverage map that includes seven ground cameras, drone cameras, and live feeds from the helicopter. This year, we will be adding onboard cameras of select racers so fans can watch what’s happening in their vehicles in real time. That has only ever been done in short course off-road racing. We have made this investment simply to show the world how remarkable desert off-road racing is,” stated Mint 400 CEO, Matt Martelli.

“The key to growing our sport and culture is putting people who are passionate about off-road into the TV and live stream production of the content itself. We have assembled an all-star group to produce the best live content that off-roading has ever seen – headed up by industry veteran and off-road racer, Jason Markham. We plan on mixing our ultra-cinematic style production with traditional live coverage to create what we feel will be the best of both worlds,” stated Mint 400 COO, Josh Martelli.

More details about the live stream, tracking and real-time scoring updates will be made available at in the coming weeks.