Mark Miller (racer)

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Mark Miller's car during 2011 Dakar Rally

Mark Miller (born October 24, 1962 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States) is a professional off-road racer, competing in both cars and on motorcycles. He lives both in Arizona and Colorado, and has two sons, Nick and Sam. His non-racing profession was investing, and his hobbies include enduro motorcycling, mountain bikes, fly fishing and snowmobiling.

He has competed in SCORE, NASCAR, Rally, Rally-Raid and other classes and competitions. In April 2008 he competed in the 2008 Central Europe Rally, the first in the new series of events created by the promoters of the Dakar Rally. Miller was competing for the Volkswagen factory team in a diesel Touareg (#206) but crashed out of the competition on the first day.[citation needed]

Before the 2010 Dakar Rally Sports Illustrated published this article[1][full citation needed]

After Stage 5 of the 2010 Dakar Rally AutoSport wrote this article about Mark Miller winning the stage [2][full citation needed]

In 2011 he published a book about his life; "Dash-The Dakar Rally, Life and Happiness" [3][full citation needed]

Sporting career highlights[edit]

References[edit]

  • Volkswagen Motorsport Information: Central Europe Rally 2008 press book published by Volkswagen Motorsport GmbH Communications 2008