ONE MORE WIN, Amy Lerner’s documentary film that chronicles the life of her off-road racing mentor Rod Hall, one of the pioneering racers at the first 1000-mile desert race down the Baja peninsula, is in contention for a win at the 2020 Breck Film Festival.
Hall ended his 50-year career with a final Baja 1000 race, while facing ailing health on his 80th birthday, having achieved international notoriety and fanfare. He was recently recognized by the Guinness World Records for the most class wins in this legendary and grueling desert race. Rod was also the driving force behind the organization of the Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame as it is known today.
ONE MORE WIN has garnered awards and recognition from seven film festivals. The Breck Film Festival has celebrated the art of unique and varied independent films since 1981 and this year will offer a virtual screening that is eligible for audience awards.
In the 53 years since Hall’s ’67 run down the Baja 1000 in a Jeep, this legendary race remains North America's biggest off-road event and there’s only one man who raced it every single year for five decades. In a sport where over half who enter a race don't even finish, Hall didn’t just race, he won and finished his career with more than 200 wins. This icon faced his toughest challenge at 80-- to make it to the race and set a record that will never be broken. This is the story of a legend, a legacy, and the fight for "One More Win"