Watch: Scout Attempts the BFGoodrich Pit Crew Challenge

It's not as easy as it looks. (Actually, it doesn't even look that easy.)

Our favorite moment from SEMA 2015—the world's biggest automotive specialty products trade event that takes place annually in Las Vegas—had to be BFGoodrich's Pit Crew Challenge. Sure, we got to check out insane new dragsters, apocalypse-ready utility vehicles, and even a real-life Tonka truck, but this experience topped them all.

The event offered entrants the chance to perform on a two-man pit crew, simulating the conditions of real-life off-road races, like the Baja 1000. Changing a tire and refueling may seem simple...that is, until the clock starts. Watch Scout's Patrick Carone and Rich Minga, BFGoodrich champion racer, film and television stuntman and coordinator do their best for a sub-60-second pit stop.


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