Four teams, comprised of Team Toyota athletes and world-class brand partners, face off to create their most extreme dream Toyotas. Can the teams build their dream vehicles within the seven week deadline? Or will the tests of time, logistics, and engineering become their worst nightmare?

Your votes will determine the winner of the Toyota Dream Build Challenge Cup. The victor will be revealed at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas on November 5th, and you'll be able to watch it all live!

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Joe Gibbs Racing, Motocross is a professional supercross and motocross racing team. Founded in 2006 by Coy Gibbs, son of NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame Coach and three-time Sprint Cup Champion team owner Joe Gibbs, the team debuted in 2008. Current primary sponsors are Toyota and Yamaha. Riders are Justin Brayton and Josh Grant.

Joe Gibbs is known for saying: “in professional sports you win with people.” Coy Gibbs knows that building a motocross team from the ground up is no easy task, and having the right people will make all the difference in the success of the effort. Understanding that success in NASCAR will not directly translate into success in motocross, Coy has hired a team with extensive backgrounds in the sport. Jeremy Albrecht manages the team, with Dean Baker handling the engine development. Jonny Oler takes care of suspension and Spencer Bloomer heads up the testing and settings-refinement duties. Patrick Barker provides the tuning duties for Justin Brayton, while Ben Schiermeyer wrenches for Josh Grant. The team is based in Huntersville, North Carolina.

Let’s Go Moto Tundra

Joe Gibbs Racing Motocross riders Justin Brayton and Josh Grant have teamed up with N-FAB Inc. to build the Let's Go Moto Tundra. Combining NASCAR gearhead know-how and a motocross edge will take this build to the limit. Ever seen one of those cool eight-foot NASCAR pit boxes? This—and more—will turn the Tundra into a rolling “pitlane.”

What’s planned for this #DreamBuild?

  • The ultimate trackside test vehicle for the JGRMX team
  • Eight-foot pit box-style construction for the bed
  • Data acquisition and video feeds
  • A spare engine, wheels and suspension to keep the test day going strong

Justin Brayton

Justin Brayton has been racing professionally for the past seven years. He began his motocross career in Arenacross at the age of 18, and quickly demonstrated his potential by becoming the Arenacross Series Rookie of the Year in the 2002-2003 season. In 2006, he secured a ride with a supercross team and competed in the Supercross Lites class. By 2009, Brayton began racing in the lites class and then by the end of the 2009 lites season, he moved into the 450 class for motocross. He progressed through the season and ended up seventh overall for the series. The highlight of his season was a moto WIN at Steel City. During this same season, he competed and won the Bercy Supercross and was crowned the “King of Bercy!”

In 2010, Brayton joined Joe Gibbs Racing, Motocross after the best year of his career with the victories in Steel City and Bercy, as well as winning the Genova Supercross in Italy and a silver medal at X Games 15 in Moto X. And he finished 12th overall in points for the Lucas Oil Motocross Championship.

For 2013, Brayton reunited with JGRMX and Yamaha finishing 8th in AMA Supercross and taking home the X Games Moto-X Gold medal this summer.

HometownFort Dodge, Iowa
SponsorsJGRMX, Toyota, Yamaha, One Industries, Oakley, FMF, Sport Clips, Pirelli, Athena, Carbon Raptor, Renthal, Factory Effex, Interstate Batteries, Pro Filter, Hinson, RCS, CP Carrillo, JE Pistons, VP Racing Fuels, Cycra, Asterisk, Motion Pro
RidesYZ 450

Josh Grant

Josh Grant’s rookie year came in 2004 when he rode his Amsoil Honda to tenth overall in the Motocross Lites series. Along the way, the eighteen-year-old racer earned three podium finishes. The following year was another consistent one, as he finished a solid eighth overall in the East Coast Lites Supercross series. His best finish of the series came at the physically grueling Daytona Supercross where he battled to the very last corner to earn second place. Grant would close out the year with a seventh overall in the Motocross Lites division, once again competing with the Amsoil Honda satellite team. The 2006 season established Grant as a definite title threat. He would again choose the East Coast Lites series as his battleground, and would finish a respectable third overall

The 2007 season marked Grant’s third year as a pro and he continued to show that he knew what it took to stay up front. Many expected a Supercross Lites title from Grant in 2008 and, although he was definitely a pre-season favorite, he got off to a slow start. However, once the season got going, Grant returned to his old self as he challenged front-runners Ryan Villopoto and teammate and eventual champion Trey Canard.

Grant won the 2009 AMA Supercross season opener in Anaheim, Calif. The win was his first in the premier division and the first supercross victory for the Muscle Milk/Toyota Team. On July 4, 2009, he won his first overall 450 Class motocross victory at the Buchanan, Mich. round of the series

During the 2010 motocross, Grant won a moto at Thunder Valley, but missed the last three races of the season due to an injury to his left shoulder. Earlier in the year, Grant was forced to sit out the Supercross season with an injury to his other shoulder.

Grant found himself on a new team once again in 2012, riding aboard a Kawasaki for Jeff Ward Racing. For the 2013 season, he reunites with JGRMX and former teammate, Justin Brayton.

HometownRiverside, CA
SponsorsJGRMX, Toyota, Yamaha, Unit, Thor, Arai, Alpinestars, Oakley, FMF, Sport Clips, Pirelli, Athena, Carbon Raptor, Renthal, Factory Effex, Interstate Batteries, Pro Filter, Hinson, RCS, CP Carrillo, JE Pistons, VP Racing Fuels, Cycra, Asterisk, Motion Pro
RidesYZ 450

N-FAB Inc.

N-FAB Inc. manufactures quality tubular accessories for trucks and SUV's. N-FAB’s core products consist of their own award-winning patented Nerf-Steps that come in three different configurations: cab length, full-length wheel to wheel and the Bed Access Six Step. With over 400 models, N-FAB has the most complete and extensive line of patented hoop steps on the market and they’re available in a wide variety of finishes. N-FAB also has the industry’s largest selection of production Pre-Runner light bars. And newly produced full-replacement front and rear bumpers show N-FAB’s commitment to expanding its product line.

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Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) has quickly established itself as one of the most successful teams in all of NASCAR. Owned by NASCAR superstar Kyle Busch and fueled by his passion for winning, the team captured the 2010 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Owner’s Championship in its inaugural season and has collected 18 Truck Series victories over its first three seasons. With a foundation of success entrenched in its Truck Series program, KBM added a NASCAR Nationwide Series program in 2012, registering one win, three poles and four runner-up finishes in its debut year. In 2013, the team fields three youngsters chasing a driver’s championship—Parker Kligerman in the Nationwide Series and Joey Coulter and Darrell Wallace Jr. in the Truck Series—while Busch teams with young drivers Chad Hackenbracht and Erik Jones in a quest for the Truck Series Owner’s Championship.

KBM prepares a fleet of race-winning Toyota Camrys and Tundras out of its 77,000-square-foot facility in Mooresville, N.C. The facility’s state-of-the-art equipment and innovative green initiatives (currently pending LEED certification) make it unmatched among its peers.


Kyle Busch Motorsports and star driver Parker Kligerman team up with last year’s winner of the Dream Build Challenge, Detroit Speed, Inc., to take on a Camry project that will rock your world. Rally races throw cars on courses with everything from tarmac to dirt (sometimes even mud and snow), making the ability to handle a variety of conditions a requirement. Will last year’s Dream Build shop winners have what it takes to repeat with an ultimate rally build? Stay tuned to find out.

What’s planned for this #DreamBuild?

  • Rally-themed design
  • Aggressive and adjustable suspension
  • Turbonetics turbocharged power
  • An awesome wheel and tire package from Formula43 and BFGoodrich®

Parker Kligerman

Connecticut native Parker Kligerman, driver of the No. 77 Toyota Camry for Kyle Busch Motorsports, is in his first full season of competing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and in his third season as a full-time competitor in one of NASCAR’s top three divisions. The talented youngster is coming off a breakout season in 2012, where he finished fifth in the final NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship standings and picked up his first NASCAR win at Talladega Superspeedway last October.

DOBAug. 08, 1990
HometownWestport, CT
TeamKyle Busch Motorsports
Crew ChiefEric Phillips
RidesToyota Camry

Detroit Speed, Inc.

Detroit Speed, Inc., based in Mooresville, N.C., is a complete fabrication facility created to provide the automotive components and systems that deliver the late-model vehicle ride and handling expected from a world-class OEM vehicle. A muscle car enthusiast’s go-to shop, Detroit Speed is comprised of leading high-performance engineers, technicians, and enthusiasts—a team whose love of cars and attention to detail is evident in every project and every part it completes. Consequently, you can be sure of getting only the best from Detroit Speed, Inc.

As winners of the 2012 Toyota Racing Dream Build Challenge, Detroit Speed knows what it takes to win a fierce competition. This will be the team to beat.



Oakley was created for world-class athletes, those who see the limits of possibility as just another challenge. Their dedication drives Oakley to look beyond the conventional ideas of industry standards. It’s in Oakley’s DNA to identify problems, create inventions and wrap those inventions in art. Quite simply, they make things better than anyone thought possible.

Decades of Oakley innovation have been awarded more than 600 patents that elevate physics to the level of art. Technologies transcend sports to enhance the lives of consumers, and more than 110 countries now enjoy a full array of market-leading products including premium sunglasses, goggles, prescription eyewear, apparel, footwear and accessories. These products represent Oakley's commitment to excellence—a passion that redefines what is possible for those who defy their own limits.

The Ultimate Dream Ski 4Runner

When Oakley, Pro Freeskier Simon Dumont, Herbst Smith Fabrication and Toyota team up, you can expect something awesome. The metal masters at Herbst Smith Fabrication are taking the Oakley and Simon Dumont dream and making it a reality—a get-you-anywhere ski-themed 2014 4Runner.

What’s planned for this #DreamBuild?

  • Lots of heated features; after all, ski-star comfort is paramount
  • The ability to get anywhere, under any condition
  • A ski rack like you’ve never seen before
  • And even more power, courtesy of TRD and Borla®

Simon Dumont

Considered one of the best freeskiers in the world, Simon Dumont is no newcomer to the slopes. Born and raised in Bethel, Maine, Simon’s been skiing since he was a grom. Now, the 26-year-old pro is known for pushing limits and beating the opposition, and he has a world record and a pile of medals to prove it! In fact, he’s made such a name for himself that most people know him simply as “The Dumont.”

Dumont’s been competing in grand slam competitions since 2003 so he’s had a decade of experience on the professional circuit. Within a year of starting out, it was clear that Dumont was set to become one of the greatest skiers to ever grace the slopes. Some career highlights to date include standing on the podium at the Winter X Games seven times (including three Gold medal wins), being the overall winner of the Honda Ski Tour in both 2007 and 2012, and being a three-time winner of the Winter Dew Action Sports Tour.

Simon has also hosted his own annual championship event, “The Dumont Cup,” since 2009, which attracts talented skiers from all over the world. And, next year, he will attend the Winter Olympics where, as a member of the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team, he will compete in the Olympic’s first superpipe event.

SponsorsRed Bull, Toyota, Target, Oakley, Head, Nike, Kicker, Sunday River, Visa
RidesHead Skis

Herbst Smith Fabrication

From testing, to development, to custom show vehicles, Herbst Smith Fabrication has done it all. Whether it be for racing, marketing, or TV and film, they’ve had their hands in just about every aspect of vehicle engineering.

The Herbst Smith Fabrication team built and raced one of the most famous vehicles in professional off-road racing—the Land Shark Truggy. They’ve built the vehicles and provided race support for the winningest team in off-road racing, netting an unheard of 17 championships. Members of this talented crew have supported champion Dakar race teams on three continents, and have developed, built, tested and certified cutting edge, hybrid, extreme-terrain military vehicles. With great precision, they also develop next-generation vehicle components that drive major technology advances in the off-road race industry.



Skullcandy is a leading global designer, marketer and distributor of performance audio and gaming headphones and other accessory related products under the Skullcandy, Astro Gaming and 2XL by Skullcandy brands. Skullcandy was launched in 2003 and quickly became one of the world's most distinct audio brands by bringing unique technology, color, character and performance to an otherwise monochromatic space; helping to revolutionize the audio arena by introducing headphones, earbuds and other audio and wireless lifestyle products that possess unmistakable style and exceptional performance. The Company's products are sold and distributed through a variety of channels in the U.S. and approximately 80 countries worldwide

Crusher Corolla

Skullcandy, Drew Bezanson, and Motorsports Technical Center are teaming up to build the ultimate Crusher Corolla designed to meld extreme BMXing with extreme sound. When the team sat down to dream up the perfect vehicle, they envisioned a Corolla that could take them to incredible ride-spots and along the way, deliver an amazing audio experience.

What’s planned for this #DreamBuild?

  • The full Skullcandy Crusher experience with bass you can feel
  • Built in Wi-Fi hotspots for sharing the sickest tricks
  • Easy instant video viewing and sharing
  • Lights and rails to make the Corolla its own ride-spot on the go

Drew Bezanson

Growing up in Truro, Nova Scotia, on the East Coast of Canada, Drew Bezanson endured long winters and seclusion from the rest of the BMX world, but persistence and a genuine passion for mastering his bike has certainly begun to pay off.

Drew is a natural on a BMX and probably spends more time on his bike than off. One of the many crown jewels in his trophy case is the 2010 Transworld BMX NORA Cup for Ramp Rider of the Year. This prestigious award is the Academy Award of the BMX world, because the winner is chosen by fellow pro riders and by the movers and shakers of the BMX industry.

Since his breakout year in 2010, Drew has become renowned as one of the top BMX park riders in the world. In both 2011 and 2012, he picked up a Simple Session first place, and, in his typical flamboyant style, he won the fifth edition of the Baltic Games in Gdansk.

HometownTruro, Nova Scotia CAN
SponsorsRed Bull, Toyota, Skullcandy, Go Pro, DK Bikes, Shadow Conspiracy, Fox, Ethika, POC Sports
RidesDK BMX Bike

Motorsports Technical Center

You may not have heard of Motorsports Technical Center, but as the in-house tuning shop for Toyota, Lexus, and Scion, you have probably seen the cars they’ve built. Every year, Motorsports Technical Center takes on the challenging task of preparing the Pro-Celebrity cars for the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach so they can safely compete in this famous Southern California road race.