BEHIND THE RACER | Robbie Pierce #30
Pierce is the owner and CEO of MasterCraft Safety and Impact; companies
that provide life-saving race and military products through real-world and laboratory testing.
Pierce purchased a ProTruck in 2005 and his first race as driver-of-record was the
2005 BITD Vegas to Reno race.
Proving to be a quick study, Robbie finished second in class in the Tecate SCORE Baja 500.
After a mere three races in ProTruck Pierce moved up to the marquee Trophy Truck class,
a completely unlimited class considered the pinnacle of off-road racing. His first race in his current No. 30 Jimco Trophy Truck was the SCORE Laughlin Desert Challenge in 2008, where he finished 5th overall.
His best finish to date is second place at the Terrible’s SCORE Primm 300 in 2010, just a mere three weeks after a horrific race crash that left him with two broken collarbones and broken ribs.
Robbie finished sixth in SCORE Trophy Truck season points in 2009 and fourth in
SCORE Trophy Truck season points in 2010. The 2010 season is also the year that Pierce
received SCORE's distinguished honor of "Person of the Year."