Chevy's new video series rolls on as the team takes the Colorado ZR2 to the Badlands of Indiana.

800 acres of tight, technical trails an hour from the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway serve as the perfect reminder that the Colorado isn't a full-size truck, nor does it want to be. Compared to the F-150 Raptor the ZR2 is 2-feet narrower, 8-inches shorter and 1,000 lbs lighter meaning the Chevy can go places the Ford cannot.

Mind you the Raptor's 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of twist does dust figures from either the ZR2's gasoline-fed V6 or 4-cylinder diesel in a fine roost of displaced dirt--but what good is all that power if you can't get to the trail?