Very few off-road racers manage to turn their passion into a rewarding career, but it did not come easy for Casey. He was born into a family that already had a deep racing heritage, but there was a point where he almost called it quits. “Me and my dad had made the decision that we were going to go do one more race and that was it, we’re done,” Currie said. “It didn’t seem that my off-road racing career was going to sustain itself. We drove to a race in Texas. My truck was all black and I had no sponsors and that was it. That was going to be the last event. We ended up winning. One of the owners of Monster was watching the race on TV and made some calls. They reached out and said they would like to be partners, and that was the beginning right there.” Since that time, Currie has racked up wins in practically every form of off-road racing, including the Dakar Rally, Baja 1000, Baja 500, X Games, and the Mint 400, along with championships in Short Course off-road racing.