The courses are made up of big boulder fields, deep holes with steep sides, long swooping corners, silty dirt climbs, and gaping jumps that are driven up. When run in reverse, these become steep drop-offs. Most of the teams have a driver and a copilot in the vehicle, but this buggy from Go Fast Sports/Rockware is a single-seat rear-engine buggy. this layout is commonly referred to as a moon buggy, and here driver Josh Murray throttles the GM LS2 v-8 while his copilot Matt petterson runs along the course to give him spotter tips. Many of the teams use twoway race radios to communicate between driver and spotter.