TEAM LOCOS MOCOS, #182

VEHICLE: 2004 Toyota Tacoma

Caroline (Princess) and Laura (Farmella), met at a remote Locos Mocos pit, back in 2013. It was located in Punta Blanca, Baja California(race mile 430), for that years Baja 1000 race. Caroline was there with her then fiancé, now husband, Dixon (Baton Rouge), in their Ford Raptor. Laura and her brother, Mike (Farmboy), were there in her Toyota Tacoma. A fast friendship was formed, as they were the only two women at the pit, that is until, Nicole (Chaos), showed up a little later. Laura & Caroline bonded over all their similarities, which were immediately apparent, because they look so similar… Everything from eyelash extensions to trophy trucks were discussed. Throughout the years, even though they live on opposite sides of the country, Laura & Caroline remained friends. They are both part of the Locos Mocos crew/family, after all! Laura & Caroline could not be more excited to get to share this experience! The Rebelle Rally has been something they have both wanted to do since it began. They are looking forward to spending this time together, as well as making new friendships with other Rebelles!

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In professional off road racing circles, Locos Mocos is well known as one of the finest extreme location pit services in North America. Since 1997 they’ve used their considerable mechanical and navigational skills to set up in the wildest, most remote parts of any desert race course with one goal: help pro race drivers make it to the finish line, no matter what it takes. Because of their rare fanatical eagerness to aid any driver that needs help, they were given the name Locos Mocos, which translates to Crazy Boogers. Both Caroline (Princess) and Laura (Farmella) are members of the Locos Mocos crew/family.

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LAURA HARDESTY-BUTCHER

HOMETOWN: Yerington, Nevada

RESIDENCE: Elk Grove, California

OCCUPATION: Semi-retired Paramedic/ stay at home mommy

“Pouring salt in my sugar won’t make yours any sweeter, Pissing in my grass ain’t gonna make your grass any greener, I’ve never gotten taller makin someone else feel small, If you ain’t got nothin nice to say don’t say nothin at all, Mend your own fences, And own your own crazy, Mind your own biscuits, And life will be gravy.”

-Kacey Musgraves

FUN FACT: I’m obsessed with WWII memorabilia! When I was attending the fire academy as a cadet in my late teens, it was really difficult… Really, really difficult. I was the youngest person in my class and more often than not, the only girl. As inspiration, my mom gave me a Rosie the Riveter poster. I hung it up next to my bed and stared at it a lot. Rosie kept me going! A few years later, once I had been hired for my first job as a professional firefighter/EMT, I kept researching and buying old WWII posters. Now, I have quite the collection of memorabilia! I also attend the Rosie Rally, held annually at the Rosie the Riveter Home Front National Historical Park. My daughter, Grace, and I even dress up as Rosie the Riveter for it! I belong to the ‘Rosie the Riveter Trust’. And, hopefully someday I can send Grace to the ‘Rosie’s Girls’ exploration program.

CAROLINE SEALE- COLE

HOMETOWN: Shreveport, Louisiana

RESIDENCE: Ferriday, Louisiana

OCCUPATION: Trophy Wife

“The road goes on forever and the party never ends.”

-Robert Earl Keen

FUN FACT: I won a turkey calling contest when I was six.  I competed in the Junior National Wild Turkey Federation Junior Contest for the Shreveport Chapter against other kids up to 18 years old.  My dad played a few tapes for me ahead of time, and showed me how to use the call, but didn’t really coach me much.  After I won, no one could believe a six year old little girl beat out a bunch of high school boys.

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