Marc Balocco
"If you aren’t taking any risk you’re taking up too much space"

In 1969, Marc was 17 and graduated from the prestigious Formula Renault Windfield driving school and went on to attend the legendary Remy Julienne stunt school he become the youngest stunt man to graduate from the school and went on to drive a Mini Cooper in the movie The Italian Job featuring Michael Caine.

In 1970, Marc won two races in The Coupe Gordini, finished fifth in the Championship and won rookie of the year.

In 1971, Marc drove a Renault 12 Gordini Gr 2 in the European rally championship series. He won four races and finished fourth in the series.

In 1972, Marc drove an Alpine Renault Gr 3 in the European rally championship series. He won three races and finished third in the series.

In 1973, Marc drove a Renault Alpine 5 in the Coupe Alpine series. He won 5 races and took home the series championship.
In 1978, looking for change and now living in the USA he graduated from the legendary Gary Bailey Motocross School.

In 1979, Marc rode a Yamaha 250 in the Texas motocross series. He won two races in the beginner class.

In 1980, Marc won 5 races with is Yamaha 250 in the Texas motocross series and second place in the championship.

In 1981, Marc won 4 races with is Yamaha 250 in the Texas motocross series and fourth place in the championship.

In 1994, Marc, looking to go back racing something different, attened the legendary Rod Hall Off-Road Racing School.

In 1995, Marc was offered a job on the Rod Hall Hummer team for the Baja 1000. The Rod Hall Hummer team went on to win the longest ever Baja 1000, 1157 miles.

From 1996 to 2006, Marc got involved with different Hummer race teams, but was mainly focusing on is own Hummer company.

In 2006, Marc founded Team Hummer Storm Racing. The team won the first race they entered, the Caliente 250 of the SNORE series.

When Marc isn’t racing he spends much of his time in Arizona operatingh is Hummer Affair tour company and offering Hummer H1 and H2 driving school.