Dakar Champion Takes A Wild Ride In A Trophy Truck | Toby Price Cracked

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Two-time Dakar winner Toby Price is on cracking form in an action-packed off-road short film. The rally raid star goes for a wild ride through the Australian outback in search of some fresh eggs in his new off-road adventure short film, Cracked. Toby Price knows a thing or two about overcoming adversity. The Australian rally raid champ, who won the 2017 and 2019 Dakar Rally despite suffering serious injuries before both events, is a no-guts-no-glory kind of guy. He’ll even put everything on the line just to please his nanna, as you’ll see in his latest off-road film, Cracked. Filmed in locations around Kyogle, New South Wales, and featuring cameo appearances from surfer and adventurer Ross Clarke-Jones and the owner of Patriot Campers, Justin Montesalvo, Cracked sees Price in a thrill-a-minute dash to pick up eggs for his (fictional) family. Featuring a cute joey kangaroo, kookaburra and a coop of feisty chooks, plus a traditional outback shack, and, of course, Price’s distinct and very Australian mullet, the film riffs hard on both Australian outback culture and Price’s hard-riding rally raid skills. After arriving home from a fearless motorcycle ride to find there’s no eggs left for supper, Price hops in his Mitsubishi Trophy Truck – the same he’ll be riding at the Baja 1000 – to run his errand. The sight of Price disturbing usually peaceful settings with his aggressive off-roading will already be a familiar one to Dakar fans. And they’ll be expecting something special from Price at the 2020 rally, as the Australian enters injury-free for the first time in years. #tobypricecracked #trophytruck #bigjumps

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