Armin Schwarz successfully continued to expand his involvement in the American SCORE Offroad Racing Series in 2007. On the programme were three entries in the Class 1 Unlimted Buggy of the All German Motorsports team and extensive development work.
June 2007 - Baja 500:
The first start at the Baja 500 at the beginning of June saw Schwarz immediately take the class lead on the first kilometres. After 430 of 700 kilometres Schwarz, sitting first, handed the Buggy over to his team mate Matthias Kahle, who was forced to slow the pace due to problems with the drive shaft joints. Fifth place amongst the Buggies was celebrated by the All German Motorsports team as a very promising start.
September 2007 - Terrible's Primm 300:
Armin Schwarz put in another strong appearance at the Terrible's Primm 300 early September, leading the class and third in the overall classification after the first 150 miles of the loop circuit near Las Vegas handing the car to Kahle. Matthias brought the Buggy home in fourth in the Class 1 Unlimited Buggies.
November 2007 - Baja 1000:
At the 40th Baja 1000 in November Armin Schwarz snatched the lead position of the Buggies after just 80 kilometres before his power steering failed. After 300 kilometres the 2100 kilometre high-speed adventure was over due to a defect in the power transmission.
At the time, Armin Schwarz was able to announce the expansion and continuation of his “Project Baja”. The ex-European champion contests all six rounds of the SCORE Offroad Racing Series with AGM in 2008.
Porsche Transsyberia Rally:
During the first two weeks of August Schwarz took on a totally different challenge. He drove a near-standard Porsche Cayenne S Transsyberia at the Transsyberia Rally, which ran over 8000 kilometres from Moscow to Ulaan Bataar in Mongolia. After taking an early and long lead the closing stages of the rally brought several punctures and an accident, luckily in which the driver and co-driver were not injured thanks to the massive safety cage in the works-prepared Porsche.