I pit with the OP at the BFG pits for the Baja races when my Jeepspeed team isn't actually in the race. I swear some of his repairs in the pits have been so good that we see the same car the next year still running that fix, heheh. I'm on the refueling team, which is close to stupid proof, dump the right flavor of fuel in the right car. The repair guys pull off some miracles, working with next to nothing in the middle of no where.
Our Jeepspeed team gives huge props to the Nelson Racing Services BFG pit crew pit crew in helping us put a broken Jeep back together (we were in an XJ for that race)...front track bar bent, axle shifted over several inches to the passenger side (replace track bar), engine cutting out (diagnose/replace CPS on a hot engine), rear differential leaking (9" third member working loose in the housing), re-aim lights, refuel the car and swap a flat out of the car with a fresh spare, all in less than 45 minutes, at 2 o'clock in the morning... resulting in our '09 Baja 1000 Class Championship.
This is going to be an interesting build to watch. I can't wait to see the project in our pit. I'm sure there will be some out of the box ideas with meticulous workmanship! Knowing the OP and some of the crowd he runs with, I cringe at the thought of all that ugly sleeping together in the back of a Blazer!
Dust Junkies Racing (Chase), Three time Baja 1000 Class 1700 (Jeepspeed) Champions