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Nott’s Baja Dream Now A Reality
Saturday, 21 May 2022
Source: Toby Cooper, TC Media
Photographer: Brett Lehmann photography

In just under a weeks time, Kevy Nott will watch his beloved Element Prodigy depart the shores of Brisbane bound for Mexico and offroad’s greatest challenge, the 2022 SCORE Baja 1000.

One of Australia’s more genuine off road characters, Kevy Nott has had a lifelong dream to compete at the famed Baja 1000. Like good friend Chris Western achieved back in 2014, this November Nott will attempt to drive the full 1000 plus miles down the rugged Baja California Peninsula solo, which will be an extraordinary feat in itself.

After being involved in a major accident at Goondiwindi two years ago as a navigator, which he continues to recover from today, Nott was left more motivated than ever to make his Baja vision a reality.

With valuable seat time and competitive kilometres the priority, Nott and his enthusiastic crew headed west in March to St George for Round 1 of the MA Australian Off Road Championship. On a demanding track, made more so by the extreme dust, Nott who had Stuart Bishop alongside him in the navigator’s seat, checked off the 400kms in style, crossing in 20th outright.

However, what was more impressive was that his final lap was quicker than any other by over two minutes, which is testament to the Element build in the tougher conditions, instilling extra confidence and belief into both man and machine.

In late April, for their final hit out, Nott, his wife Sarah and children Jackson and Chloe headed south to the South Australian farmlands of Parilla, where they were joined by the entire Element family. In what was a massive few days for the team, Nott alongside his 12 year old son Jackson who was making his navigators debut, and wife Sarah who shared the duties, exceeded all expectations, finishing the brutal event in fifth outright under full Baja weight.

In the wake of a successful Parilla result, Nott and the Element crew spent Monday post race at the Mannum Auto Centre for a full Baja prep and a several last minute modifications. Once back in Brisbane after a massive week in South Australia, all that was needed was a polish and fresh stickers before being packed away for its voyage across the Pacific. Prior to loading, Nott hosted last weekend’s Baja 1000 Sponsor Day at The Office on Middle, which was also supported by Toby Price, a great way to acknowledge those who have contributed so much.

As the final pieces come together, Notts proudest moment will be having his son Jackson share the thrill of leaving Ensenada for the first 150 miles before returning to the seat for the final stages. It will leave a significant mark on what is already a remarkable family tale.

Nott’s once in a lifetime Baja adventure would not be possible without the amazing support from the following; Mickey Thompson Tyres, Raceline Rims, Element Off Road, SP Tools, Mannum Auto Centre, Clipsal, Office on Middle, THD Civil, Wynnum Haulage, KJN Electrical, Kartek, MG Designs and Complete Dental who along with Notts supportive wife Sarah, family, and friends have gone above and beyond in ensuring 2022 is the most memorable year yet for Kevy Nott and his crew!