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Flashback 2021! Menzies Roars to Overall Win SCORE Baja 400

Jason McNeil wins in Trophy Truck Spec

Dominic Clark, SCORE Historian SCORE HISTORIAN: Dominic Clark, Dominic@SCORE-International.com

ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico (Sept. 19, 2021)—Starting first as the fast qualifier for the race, Las Vegas’ champion desert racer Bryce Menzies never looked back as he roared through the Baja California desert to defeat 193 starters in Saturday’s 2nd SCORE Baja 400, presented by VP Racing Fuels.

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Flashback 2021! Menzies Roars to Overall Win SCORE Baja 400

Flashback 2021! Menzies Roars to Overall Win SCORE Baja 400

Jason McNeil wins in Trophy Truck Spec

Dominic Clark, SCORE Historian SCORE HISTORIAN: Dominic Clark, Dominic@SCORE-International.com

ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico (Sept. 19, 2021)—Starting first as the fast qualifier for the race, Las Vegas’ champion desert racer Bryce Menzies never looked back as he roared through the Baja California desert to defeat 193 starters in Saturday’s 2nd SCORE Baja 400, presented by VP Racing Fuels.

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Las Vegas’ champion desert racer Bryce Menzies never looked back as he roared through the Baja California desert to defeat 193 starters in Saturday’s 2nd SCORE Baja 400, presented by VP Racing Fuels. The race launched the second half of the four-race 2021

Flashback 2021! Menzies Roars to Overall Win SCORE Baja 400

Jason McNeil wins in Trophy Truck Spec

Dominic Clark, SCORE Historian SCORE HISTORIAN: Dominic Clark, Dominic@SCORE-International.com

Dominic Clark, SCORE Historian

SCORE HISTORIAN: Dominic Clark, Dominic@SCORE-International.com

 

July 12, 2024

 

SCORE Fabulous Flashback–2021

NOTE: With the 2024 SCORE Baja 400 Sept. 11-15, here’s a look back…

 

Weiland captures Overall UTV

Menzies roars way to Overall & SCORE Trophy Truck

win at 2nd SCORE Baja 400, presented by VP Racing

 

Redline team takes overall Motorcycle victory, Jason McNeil wins in Trophy Truck Spec;

Other class winners include: Helland, Parkhouse, Hagle, Chamlee, Wells, Satterfield, Cafro,

Elenburg, Sanchez, Heredia, Gonzales, Park, Salvatierra, Bordonnex, Spinali, Beltran, Liebelt;

 

193 total starters, 146 finishers-23 States, 10 countries on 400-mile course;

 

 

     ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico (Sept. 19, 2021)—Starting first as the fast qualifier for the race, Las Vegas’ champion desert racer Bryce Menzies never looked back as he roared through the Baja California desert to defeat 193 starters in Saturday’s 2nd SCORE Baja 400, presented by VP Racing Fuels. The race launched the second half of the four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship.

     Menzies, 34, who races around the world in various rally races, powered his No. 7 Mason-built all-wheel drive Ford Raptor to lead the field with an awesome error-free, penalty-free winning time of eight hours, 26 minutes, and 59 seconds over the sun-drenched, rock-filled, silt-strewn, dust-coated 400.00 miles for a winning average speed of 47.34 miles per hour.

     Under sunny skies and warm temperatures in the low 80s Fahrenheit, Menzies, 34, had plenty of competition behind him in a field of 33 in the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck division.

     The youngest race in the long and storied nearly 50-year history of the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Organization was held in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.

PODIUM FINISHERS

     Chasing Menzies’ dust closely to the finish line for San Diego’s Luke McMillin, the same racers who finished first and second in the season-opening SCORE San Felipe 250 in April after qualifying second to Menzies in that race.

    After roaring and rocking around the desert for eight hours, Luke McMillin, 28, finished second, three minutes, 22 seconds behind the winning Menzies in 8:30:22 seconds, averaging an impressive 47.30 miles per hour in his new AWD No. 1 Big Blue M McMillin Racing Chevy Silverado built by Mason Motorsports. Luke McMillin is the defending SCORE Trophy Truck season point champion.

     Finishing third overall and in SCORE Trophy Truck was Las Vegas’ Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Famer Rob MacCachren, by just 39 seconds.

   MacCachren, 56, the winningest driver in off-road racing history with over 300 career race victories, crossed the line physically third and on corrected time. MacCachren completed the grueling challenge 8:40:16 with an average speed of 46.13mph in his sturdy No. 11 BFGoodrich Tires Ford F-150 built several years ago by Geiser Brothers.

MENZIES MAJESTY

     The 2011 SCORE overall point champion and the 2011 SCORE Rookie of the Year, Menzies has returned to Baja in 2021 to earn his second race win in the SCORE Baja 400 and his seventh career SCORE Trophy Truck race win. He was the leader from start to finish with clean air favoring his push to the finish. He started the season with his overall win in the SCORE San Felipe 250.

MORE DIRT FAX

    This spectacular event returned after a one-year absence because of the COVID-19 pandemic with a total of 193 starters raced in Pro and Sportsman classes for cars, trucks UTVs, motorcycles and quads in 51 classes. Entries came from 23 U.S. States, along with host Mexico, Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Ecuador, France, New Zealand, Peru and South Africa.

     The rugged race route officially closed early Sunday morning in the SCORE Compound Northeast of downtown Ensenada with no spectators allowed because of the worldwide health pandemic. Large crowds of spectators were spread throughout the race course watching one of the most spectacular events held in all of Mexico.

     Following complete data tracking review, results were made official Sunday afternoon.

    Besides the significant 193 starters, there were an amazing 151 official finishers for an astonishing finishing rate of 78.24 percent.

    All four 2021 SCORE races are being held on Mexico’s magnificent Baja California peninsula for the sixth consecutive year.

     Helping mark the launch of 48th year of SCORE International, the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Organization, was the featured SCORE Trophy Truck division with a total of 33 of these ‘Monsters of the Desert’ starting the race. Created by SCORE and started in 1994 by then SCORE-owner Sal Fish, SCORE Trophy Truck is the featured SCORE racing division for high-tech, 1000-horsepower unlimited custom trucks.

MENZIES MIKE TIME

     Enjoying the fruit of his labor, Menzies reflected on his relatively smooth trip around the course, saying, “We came away from San Felipe with a win and then we had some issues while we were leading the SCORE Baja 500.  We have qualified both times this year and our game plan was to play it smart. We put a little gap on Luke (McMillin) and I just wanted to keep it there all day, but then towards the finish I started making small mistakes. I don’t know what was going on; I just wasn’t in it, and he started catching me. I actually got stuck in a really tight section and had to back up. When you back up a four-wheel drive vehicle, it only goes into two-wheel drive, so I almost got stuck and I started to panic.” 

     “But my main man over here (navigator Oren Anderson) called every single corner, every single note, really coaching me and helped me get to the finish line.  This one was technical. A lot of turns, a lot of technical sections, I really had to pay attention to every single corner.  My hats off to my team—AmSoil, KMC Wheels, RedBull, Fox Shox, Toyo Tires. We never got one flat. Epic day.”

OVERALL M/C WINNERS

     Following final review by the SCORE Competition Review Board (CRB) it was determined that the team led by Shane Redline was the overall motorcycle and Pro Moto Unlimited class winner at the 2nd SCORE Baja 400.

     Redline, 45, and his talented six-rider team finished second physically behind Derek Ausserbauer’s two-rider team and was declared the official overall moto winner after penalties were assessed to earn his first SCORE class win.

     Riding the No. 22x Honda CRF450X, the Redline team were declared the official moto champions with a finishing time of 9:28:03 while averaging 42.25 miles per hour over the extremely technical and rugged race course.

REDLINE RACING

     Shane Redline was also the driver of record in the No. 66 SCORE Trophy Truck and his 16-year old son Jax Redline was DOR in the No. 22 SCORE Trophy Truck. In this race Shane Redline finished 17th out of 33 starters in SCORE Trophy Truck while his son finished 10th in the marquee SCORE racing division.

NO. 22x

     Shane Redline put together a strong, veteran team for this race. While the elder Redline only rode several hundred yards of the start, his five other riders for this race were Chris Phillips, 22, Tucson, Ariz., Phillip Herrera, 23, Tijuana, Mexico, Larry Serna, 25, San Diego, Carlos Pardini, 27, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and Brandon Prieto, 30, San Diego.

THE RIDE

    Breaking down the winning ride for the 22x, Shane Redline started and went several hundred yards and turned the bike over to Phillips who rode to race mile 120. Prieto rode from race mile 120 to race mile 200. Pardini rode from race mile 200 to race mile 280. Herrera rode from race mile 280 to race mile 320. Serna rode from race mile 320 to race mile 380 and Phillips rode to the finish.

     The team plans to return intact to compete again in the season-ending 54th SCORE Baja 1000 in November.

M/C WINNERS QUOTES

     Co-Rider Chris Phillips said at the finish line, “Technical, super fun, dusty, but that’s Baja.  It’s very silty coming back up.  But we are here; that is all that matters. We will be out here for the SCORE Baja 1000 and chase the 5x for sure and give it all we got. We had a couple mistakes this race, but we will clean it up. We are very happy to be declared the overall motorcycle champions of the SCORE Baja 400.”

UTV OVERALL WINNERS

     Winning for the first time this season, Austin Weiland and his team beat 47 UTVs in four different classes including 27 in their Pro UTV FI (Forced Induction) class.

    As the overall UTV winners in this race, Weiland, 29, El Cajon, Calif., drove his No. 2954 Can-Am Maverick X3 in a winning time of 10:18:58.

MORE UTV RESULTS

     Winning the Pro UTV NA (Naturally Aspirated) class for the second straight race was Kaden Wells, 22, Apple Valley, Utah, in his No. 1995 Polaris RZR XP1000.

     Atop the Pro UTV Stock class to remain undefeated this year with three series class race wins was Mike Cafro, 51, of Fallbrook, Calif. in his No. 3955 Polaris Turbo S. Cafro, a veteran SCORE race champion in different classes, actually raced in two classes but had a rare did not finish in Pro UTV FI.

     Also driving with Cafro in this race in his winning effort in the Pro UTV Stock class was Adan Ibarra, 40, of Ensenada, Mexico.

     Capturing the checkered flag to remain undefeated this season in the Pro UTV Open class was Justin Elenburg, 44, Mesa, Ariz. In his No. 1870 Can-Am X3.

TOP 10 FINISHERS

     Besides Menzies, Luke McMillin and MacCachren, nine of the top 10 finishers were all in SCORE Trophy Truck.

     Fourth place finishers Mexico brothers Alan and Aaron Ampudia who had a time of 8:41:54 in their No. 10 Papas Y Beer Racing Ford Raptor. The Ampudia brothers won the 2019 SCORE Baja 1000.

     Fifth overall and in SCORE Trophy Truck Daniel McMillin, Luke McMillin’s older brother in 8:48:54 in his No. 23 Big Blue M Racing Chevy 1500.

    Finishing sixth and in SCORE Trophy Truck was Cameron Steele, San Clemente, Calif. who split the driving with 2019 SCORE Baja 400 winner Ryan Arciero, Foothill Ranch, Calif. The pair drove Steele’s No. 16 Monster Energy Desert Assassins Ford Raptor to a finishing time of 8:51:32.

     Mexico’s first family of desert racing, Vildosola, saw the father and his both finish in the top 10 overall and seventh and ninth in SCORE Trophy Truck.

     From Mexicali, Gustavo Vildosola Sr finished seventh overall with a time of 9:00:54 in his new AWD No. 12 Mexicana Logistics Ford Raptor. Vildosola Sr.’s additional driver was veteran Ricky Johnson, Trabuco Canyon, Calif.

     Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr, finished ninth in class and overall with a time of 9:03:30 in his No. 21 Mexicana Logistics Ford Raptor.

     Sandwiched between the Vildosolas in seventh overall and SCORE Trophy Truck was legendary ‘Mr Baja’ Larry Roeseler, Boulevard, Calif. in a time 9:03:31 in Cantina Racing’s No. 43 Baja Jerky Toyota Tundra. The iconic aging warrior, 64, Roeseler won this year’s SCORE Baja 500 in June.

     Completing the top 10 overall finishers list was Jason McNeil, El Cajon, Calif., who won the Trophy Truck Spec class for the second straight race, completing the course in his No. 234 Geiser-Chevy.

THE UNDEFEATED

     With three wins to start their 2021 SCORE World Championship season and leading their respective classes heading into the season finale are six rugged SCORE racers: Rolf Helland, 61, Morris, Ill./Rick D. Johnson, 55, Barstow, Calif. (SCORE TT Legend, No. 37L Ford Raptor), Mike Cafro, 51, Fallbrook, Calif. (Pro UTV Stock, No. 3956 Polaris RZR Turbo S), Justin Elenburg, Mesa, Ariz. (Pro UTV Open, No. 1870 Can-Am X3), Ryan Liebelt, Reedley, Calif. (Pro Moto 40, No. 408x, Yamaha WR450F), Giovanni Spinali, El Cajon, Calif. (Pro Moto 50, No. 510x Yamaha YZ450FX) and Scott McInosh, Davie, Fla. ( Pro Moto 60, No. 628x Honda CRF450X).

TWO TIMERS

     Besides Menzies, McNeil, Wells and Weiland, winning for the second time in three 2021 SCORE Baja races were Greg Sullivan, Helena, Mont. (Class 5, No. 508 Penhall-Chevy), Alex Gonzales, Palm Desert, Calif. (Class 11, No. 1196, VW Sedan), Greg Bardonnex, Vista, Calif. (Pro Moto 30, No. 308x, Yamaha WR450F), Juan Carlos Salvatiera, Bolivia (Pro Moto Ironman, No. 725x KTM 450XC-F) and Jose Luis Velez, San Felipe, Mexico (Pro Quad, No. 1a Honda TRX450F).

FIRST TIMERS

     Among the other 4-wheel vehicle class winners earning their first wins of the 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship were Cody Parkhouse, Long Beach, Calif. (Class 1, No. 100, Jimco-Chevy), Ethan Hagle, Somis, Calif. (Class 10, No. 1046 Alumi Craft-Chevy), Daniel Chamlee, Montecito, Calif. (Class 7, No. 700 Ford Ranger), Doug Satterfield, San Diego (No. 1229 Meco-VW), Edward Muncey, San Diego (Baja Challenge, No. BC4 BTC-Subaru), Daniel Heredia, Hacienda Heights, Calif. (Ensenada, Mexico) (Class 5-1600, No. 571 VW Baja Bug) and Dario Serrano, La Paz, Mexico (Class 7SX, No. 744, Ford Ranger).

THE COURSE—BRIEFLY

    The race featured a course designed, plotted and marked by SCORE President/Race Director Jose A. Grijalva, of 400 miles of rugged Baja California terrain.

     Running in a clockwise direction, the race started and finished without spectators in the SCORE compound on the Northeast side of Ensenada.

     The race featured an impressive course of 400 miles. It ran west to Ojos Negro then south down the middle and then up the Pacific Coast side of Baja California.

     The course started east through Ojos Negros and then began its Southern journey through Tres Hermanos, east to Highway 3, south through El Alamo, Leyes De Reforma and south through Valle de Trinidad.

     From there it wound its way back towards the Pacific Ocean going over the hill at Mike’s Sky Rancho, and then to Checkpoint 2 and south to make a loop just in north of Colonet. The course then paralleled and drew close to the Pacific Ocean going through San Vicente, Santo Tomas and Uruapan before heading back northeast up to Tres Hermanos, Ojos Negros and back to the finish line.

2nd SCORE Baja 400, presented by VP Racing Fuels

Round 3 of four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship

Sept. 18-19—400 miles – Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

Total Starters: 193 Total Finishers: 151 (78.24 percent)

(from 23 U.S. States, host Mexico, Australia, Bolivia, Canada,

Ecuador, France, New Zealand, Peru, So. Africa)

TOP OVERALL FINISHERS

(following complete data tracking

Pro Cars, Trucks & UTVs

1. 7 Bryce Menzies, 34, Las Vegas, Ford Raptor (Mason) 8:26:59 (47.39 mph)

2. 1 Luke McMillin, 28, San Diego, Chevy Silverado (Mason) 8:30.21 (47.03 mph)

3. 11 Rob MacCachren, 56, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (Geiser) 8:40:16 (46.13 mph)

4. 10 Alan Ampudia, 30, Ensenada, Mexico/Aaron Ampudia, 28, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor (ID) 8:41:54 (45.99 mph)

5. 23 Daniel McMillin, 33, San Diego, Chevy 1500 (Mason) 8:46:57

6. 16 Cameron Steele, 53, San Clemente, Calif./Ryan Arciero, 48, Foothill Ranch, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser) 8:51:32 (45.15 mph)

7. 12 Gustavo Vildosola Sr, 68, Mexicali, Mexico/Ricky Johnson, 56, Trabuco Canyon, Calif./Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr, 39, Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor (Mason) 9:00:54 (44.37 mph)

8. 43 Larry Roeseler, 64, Boulevard, Calif., Toyota Tundra (ID) 9:03:31 (44.16 mph)

9. 21 Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr, 39, Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor (Vildosola) 9:03:40 (44.14 mph)

10. 234 Jason McNeil, 43, El Cajon, Calif./Tyler McNeil, 32, Mesa, Ariz./Kyle Dodson, 35, Ramona, Calif./Chad McNeil, 39, El Cajon, Calif./Brandon McNeil, 37, El Cajon, Calif., Geiser-Chevy, 9:04:23 (44.09 mph)

11. 228 Ryan Hancock, 45, Yuma, Ariz./Brock Heger, 21, El Centro, Calif./Jordan Poole, 32, Las Vegas, TSCO-Ford 9:06:15 (43.94 mph)

12. 22 Jax Redline, 16, Amarillo, Texas, Chevy G-2 (Geiser) 9:12:19 (43.45 mph)

13. 41 Justin Lofton, 35, Brawley, Calif./Ray Griffith, 31, Downey, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason) 9:14:30 (43.28 mph)

14. 27 Kyle Jergensen, 26, Phelan, Calif. (DOR-Jonathan Brenthel, 42, La Cresta, Calif.), Chevy Silverado (Brenthel) 9:28:13 (42.24 mph)

15. 242 Bryce Swaim, 34, El Cajon, Calif./Toby Price, 34, Australia/Garrett Stone, 27, El Cajon, Calif./Chad Cameron, 34, El Cajon, Calif., TSCO-Ford 9:32:27 (41.93 mph)

Pro Motorcycles

1. 22x Shane Redline, 45, Real Del Mar, Mexico (Amarillo, Texas)/Chris Phillips, 22, Tucson, Ariz./Phillip Herrera, 23, Tijuana, Mexico/Larry Serna, 25, San Diego/Carlos Pardini, 27, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico/Brandon Prieto, 30, San Diego, Honda CRF450X, 9:28:03 (42.25 mph)

2. 5x Derek Ausserbauer, 28, Solvang, Calif./Colton Udall, 34, San Clemente, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 9:28:39 (42.23 mph)

3. 100x Fernando Beltran, 44, Ensenada, Mexico/Luis Flores, 19, Mexicali, Mexico/Arturo Salas, 19, Chula Vista, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 9:33:37 (41.84 mph)

4. 77x Hosea Struiksma, 19, El Cajon, Calif./Jonathan Struiksma, 23, El Cajon, Calif./Isaac Struiksma, 21, El Cajon, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 9:38:48 (41.49 mph)

5. 308x Greg Bardonnex, 45, Visalia, Calif./James Justin Shultz, 39, Lake Forest, Calif./Ryan Liebelt, 41, Reedley, Calif./Shane Esposito, 46, Temecula, Calif./Shane Schorno, Discovery Bay, Calif., Yamaha WR450F, 9:42:10 (41.23 mph)

2nd SCORE Baja 400, presented by VP Racing Fuels

Round 3 of four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship

Sept. 18-19, 2021—400 miles – Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

Total Starters: 193,  Total Finishers: 151 (78.24 percent)

(from 23 U.S. States, host Mexico, Australia, Bolivia, Canada,

Ecuador, France, New Zealand, Peru, So. Africa)

OFFICIAL FINISHERS

(Following complete data tracking review)

Pro Cars, Trucks & UTVs

(Number, driver/rider of record/additional drivers and/or Navigators/riders, vehicle, engine)

  SCORE TROPHY TRUCK (Unlimited CustomTrucks including Builder)--(30 Starters 23 Finishers)- --1. 7 Bryce Menzies, 34, Las Vegas, Ford Raptor (Mason) 8:26:59 (47.39 mph); 2. 1 Luke McMillin, 28, San Diego, Chevy Silverado (Mason) 8:30.21; 3. 11 Rob MacCachren, 56, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (Geiser) 8:40:16; 4. 10 Alan Ampudia, 30, Ensenada, Mexico/Aaron Ampudia, 28, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor (ID) 8:41:54; 5. 23 Daniel McMillin, 33, San Diego, Chevy 1500 (Mason) 8:48:54; 6. 16 Cameron Steele, 53, San Clemente, Calif./Ryan Arciero, 48, Foothill Ranch, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser) 8:51:32; 7. 12 Gustavo Vildosola Sr, 68, Mexicali, Mexico/Ricky Johnson, 56, Trabuco Canyon, Calif./Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr, 39, Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor (Mason) 9:00:54; 8. 43 Larry Roeseler, 64, Boulevard, Calif., Toyota Tundra (ID) 9:03:31; 9. 21 Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr, 39, Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor (Vildosola) 9:03:40; 10. 22 Jax Redline, 16, Amarillo, Texas, Chevy G-2 (Geiser) 9:12:19; 11. 41 Justin Lofton, 35, Brawley, Calif./Ray Griffith, 31, Downey, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason) 9:14:30; 12. 27 Kyle Jergensen, 26, Phelan, Calif. (DOR-Jonathan Brenthel, 42, La Cresta, Calif.), Chevy Silverado (Brenthel) 9:28:13; 13. 85 Mike Lawrence, 33, Banning, Calif./Brad Manka, 45, Yucaipa, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst/Smith) 10:17:38; 14. 90 Raul Gomez, 42, Placerville, Calif./Darian Gomez, 20, Placerville, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser) 10:26:17; 15. 29 Madix Bailey, 17, Riverside, Calif./Brandon Bailey, 39, Riverside, Calif., Ford Raptor (ID) 10:33:12; 16. 77 Robby Gordon, 52, Charlotte, N.C. (Santa Ana, Calif.), Chevy Silverado (R. Gordon) 10:50:59; 17. 66 Shane Redline, 45, Amarillo, Texas/Travis Clarke, 41, Encinitas, Calif., Chevy G-2 (Geiser) 11:06:47; 18. 96 Enrique Murillo, 51, La Paz, Mexico/German Alvarez, 35, La Paz, Mexico, Chevy Silverado (Baja Shop) 11:10:54; 19. 14 Bobby Pecoy, 57, Anaheim, Calif./Rhys Millen, 48, San Juan Capistrano, Calif. (New Zealand), Ford Raptor (Geiser) 12:37:44; 20. 45 Gary Magness, 67, Denver/Devin House, Denver, Ford F-150 (Herbst/Smith) 12:37:53; 21. 26 Dave Taylor, 47, Paige, Ariz./Sara Price, 29, Canyon Country, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Geiser) 13:25:30; 22. 19 Tim Herbst, 58, Las Vegas/Pat Dean, 51, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (Herbst/Smith) 13:57:12; 23. 92 Paul Nauleau, 24, France/Joe Desrosiers, 52, San Marcos, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Fusion) 16:48:43

  SCORE TT LEGEND (Unlimited Custom Trucks, including builder, Drivers over 50 years old)--(3 Starters 2 Finishers)—1. 37L Rolf Helland, 61, Morris, Ill./Rick D. Johnson, 55, Barstow, Calif., Ford Raptor (Mason) 9:37:30 (41.56 mph); 2. 53L Wade Porter, 54, Durham, Calif., Ford Raptor (Brenthel) 10:09:18

  CLASS 1 (Unlimited open-wheel single or two-seaters)—(5 Starters 4 Finishers)—1. 100 Cody Parkhouse, 33, Long Beach, Calif./Brian Parkhouse, 61, Long Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy 9:38:13 (41.51 mph); 2. 162 Brendan Gaughan, 46, Las Vegas/Buddy Feldkamp, 42, Redlands, Calif., HMS-Chevy 9:58:54; 3. 168 Cody Reid, 29, Apple Valle, Calif. (DOR-Shelby Reid, 53, Apple Valley, Calif.), Alumi Craft-Chevy 10:11:41; 4. 105 Mason Cullen, 22, Long Beach, Calif./Matt Cullen, 53, Long Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy 10:50:18

  TROPHY TRUCK SPEC (unlimited Truck/SUV, stock, sealed engines including builder)--(26 Starters 21 Finishers)—1. 234 Jason McNeil, 43, El Cajon, Calif./Tyler McNeil, 32, Mesa, Ariz./Kyle Dodson, 35, Ramona, Calif./Chad McNeil, 39, El Cajon, Calif./Brandon McNeil, 37, El Cajon, Calif., Geiser-Chevy, 9:04:23 (44.09 mph);  2. 228 Ryan Hancock, 45, Yuma, Ariz./Brock Heger, 21, El Centro, Calif./Jordan Poole, 32, Las Vegas, TSCO-Ford 9:06:15; 3. 242 Bryce Swaim, 34, El Cajon, Calif./Toby Price, 34, Australia/Garrett Stone, 27, El Cajon, Calif./Chad Cameron, 34, El Cajon, Calif., TSCO-Ford 9:32:27; 4. 261 Jeff Bader, 40, Las Vegas/Dan Fresh, 52, Dana Point, Calif., Brenthel-Chevy 9:34:53; 5. 238 Elijah Kiger, 21, Kirby, Pa./Sean Bogdan, 28, Kirby, Pa./Scott Kiger, 52, Kirby, Pa., TSCO-Chevy 9:41:11; 6. 285 Clay Lawrence, 59, Banning, Calif./Costa Gialamus, 41, Aguanga, Calif., Herbst/Smith-Chevy 9:43:41; 7. 211 Tim Wilson, 22, Boulder City, Nev. (DOR-Pat Sims, 54, Eunice, N.M.) /Jeffrey Wilson, 25, Boulder City, Nev., ESM-Chevy 9:53:18; 8. 200 Jorge Sampietro, 30, Ensenada, Mexico/Santiago Creel, 34, Mexico City, Mason-Chevy 9:59:37; 9. 205 Joe Delucie, 42, Las Vegas/Cliff Robinson, 51, Las Vegas/Chuck McRae, 42, Las Vegas, ESM-Chevy 10:01:10; 10. 296 Andrew Myers, 41, San Marcos, Calif./, Toyota Tundra 10:04:53; 11. 294 Vincent Munoz, 34, Yucaipa, Calif./Roy Tomkins, 34, Redlands, Calif., ODR-Chevy 10:09:22; 12. 236 Michael Marsal, 33, Millbrook, New York/Ryan Millen, 36, New Zealand/, Brenthel-Chevy 10:11:12; 13. 249 Dustin Swanson, 42, Honolulu, Hawaii/Eric Dollente, 42, Imperial, Calif./Jake Velasco, 40, El Cajon, Calif./Brock Heger, 21, El Centro, Calif., TSCO-Chevy 10:13:20; 14. 213 Karl Ebdrup, 49, Canada/Marc Ebdrup, Canada/Josh Byers, Las Cruces, N.M., Armada-Chevy 10:34:09; 15. 232 Chelsea Magness, 33, Denver/Matt Robinson, Denver, Herbst/Smith-Chevy 11:06:22; 16. 214 Valerie Clark, 17, Kansas City, Mo./Ken Thatcher, 43, Las Vegas/Matthew Misso, 22, Las Vegas/Stacy Clark, 44, Kansas City, Mo./Jeanella Clark, 45, Kansas City, Mo., Geiser-Chevy 11:59:27; 17. 229 Jose Mendez, 33, Guadalajara, Mexico, Jimco-Chevy 12:27:36; 18. 269 Guillermo Zamacona, 41, Los Cabos, Mexico/Israel Mejia, Mexico/Isak Frayle, 29, La Paz, Mexico, Jimco-Ford 12:30:29; 19. 264 Pierce Herbst, 19, Las Vegas/Thor Herbst, 20, Las Vegas, Herbst/Smith-Chevy 13:34:04; 20. 278 Carlos Ibarra, 44, Ensenada, Mexico/Moises Marques, 43, Ensenada, Mexico/Alejandro Martin, 50, Tijuana, Mexico/Jason Babcock, 50, San Diego, Ford Raptor (Padmur) 13:44:20; 21. 284 Jose Contreras, 37, Tecate, Mexico/Esteban Quintanilla, 26, Tecate, Mexico/German Duanas, 45, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford F-150 13:51:50

  CLASS 10 (Limited, sealed engine, single or two-seaters)--(14 Starters 13 Finishers)—1. 1046 Ethan Hagle, 28, Somis, Calif./Ben Hagle, 31, Somis, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy 9:59:15 (40.05mph); 2. 1081 Matt Winslow, 28, Clovis, Calif./Todd Winslow, 56, Clovis, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy 10:00:46; 3. 1016 Hiram Duran, 43, Tecate, Calif./Evan Duran Jr, Tecate, Calif./Eric F. Duran, Tecate, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy 10:16:45; 4. 1062 Roberto Romo, 40, Mexicali, Mexico/J.J. Schnarr, 48, Reno, Nev., Alumi Craft-Chevy 11:09:07; 5. 1006 Stan Potter, 59, San Marcos, Calif. (Freddie Willert, 52, El Cajon, Calif.) Dan Worley, 58, Encinitas, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy 11:09:17; 6. 1080 Rodimiro Anaya, 31, Constitucion, Mexico/Gustavo Pinuelas, 41, Mexicali, Mexico, Jimco-Chevy 11:26:14; 7. 1019 Alberto Mendez, 37, Ensenada, Mexico/Alberto Hendez, 37, Ensenada, Mexico/Eduardo Arellano, 33, Tijuana, Mexico, Alumi Craft-Chevy 11:49:33; 8. 1023 Britney Myers, 25, Escondido, Calif./(DOR-Tamara Myers, 27, Newport Beach, Calif.), Jimco-Chevy 12:40:40; 9. 1020 Cesar Fiscal, 37, Tijuana, Mexico/Fabian Fiscal, Ensenada, Mexico/Enrique Fiscal, Ensenada, Mexico, Racer-Chevy 13:16:57; 10. 1027 Arturo V. Malo, 58, Mexicali, Mexico/Gustavo Pinuelas, 40, Mexicali, Mexico/Arturo Vazquez Malo, 21, Mexicali, Mexico/Ricardo Malo, 51, Mexicali, Mexico, Alumi Craft-Chevy 13:30:06; 11. 1028 Armando Avila, 41, Juarez, Mexico/Luis Gutierrez, 35, Juarez, Mexico/Bruno Barraza, 29, Juarez, Mexico, Fusion-Chevy 16:01:09; 12. 1009 J. David Ruvalcaba, 48, Ensenada, Mexico/Leonel Ruvalcaba, 41, Ensenada, Mexico/Esteban Cruz, 49, Ensenada, Alumi Craft-Chevy 16:40:56; 13. 1010 Moises Cuevas, 41, Chula Vista, Calif./Cesar Cuevas, 45, Chula Vista, Alumi Craft-Chevy 17:08:08

  CLASS 7 (unlimited, six-cylinder, production appearing trucks or SUVs)--(2 Starters 2 Finishers)—1. 700 Daniel Chamlee, 59, Montecito, Calif./Kurt Kimball, 57, Santa Barbara, Calif., Ford Ranger 12:20:29 (32.41 mph); 2. 703 Scott Brady, 54, Paradise, Calif./A. J. DeNunzio, 50, Ballard, Calif., Ford Ranger 17:57:50

  PRO UTV FI (two-seat Forced Induction, OEM engine UTVs)—(27 Starters 19 Finishers)—1. 2954 Austin Weiland, 29, El Cajon, Calif./Justin Wragg, 30, El Cajon, Calif./Garrett Stone, 28, El Cajon, Calif., Can-Am Maverick X3 10:18:58 (38.77 mph); 2. 2944 Phil Blurton, 35, Loomis, Calif./Beau Judge, 44, Rocklin, Calif./Chris Williams, 30, Auburn, Calif., Can-Am X3 10:20:54; 3. 2918 Justin Lambert, 46, Bakersfield, Calif./Jesus Navarro, 35, Bakersfield, Calif./Victor Herrera, 49, Menifee, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo S 11:17:42; 4. 2970 Francisco Beltran, 50, La Paz, Mexico/Francisco Beltran Jr, 20, La Paz, Mexico/Diego Beltran, 18, La Paz, Mexico/Henri Palos, 47, La Paz, Mexico, Can-Am X3 XR 11:38:09; 5. 2987 Edgar Garcia Leon, 34, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Nancy Garcia, Can-Am Maverick X3 11:47:17; 6. 2919 Brandon Schueler, 32, Phoenix/Cayden MacCachren, 19, Las Vegas/Pat Stone, 50, Payson, Ariz./Miles Martin, 31, Peoria, Ariz., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo S 11:52:12; 7. 2940 Erick Kozin, 42, Yorba Linda, Calif./Drew Stanton, 22, Can-Am Turbo 2:05:03; 8. 2949 Alonso Lopez, 47, Murrieta, Calif./Mario Amezcua, 46, Tijuana, Mexico/Leobardo Gomez, 41, Tijuana, Mexico, Can-Am Turbo 12:26:09; 9. 2999 Bob Jablonsky, 49, Mesa, Ariz./Jack Torkkola, 60, Mesa, Ariz./Luis Palacios, Can-Am Maverick X3 12:58:25; 10. 2976 Jesus Mendez Jr, 24, Mexicali, Mexico/Yoshua Marquesho, 27, Mexicali, Mexico/Jesus Mendez Sr, 54, Mexicali Mexico/Felix Garcia, 22, Mexicali, Mexico/Francisco Pimentel, 40, Mexicali, Mexico, Can-Am Maverick XRS 13:03:20; 11. 2967 Mike Pratt, 54, Draper, Utah/Gavin Pratt, 17, Draper, Utah/Chance Lee, 35, W. Jordan, Utah/Eduardo Leon, 34, Lehi, Utah, Polaris RZR Turbo S 13:06:38; 12. 2932 Clinton Schue, 44, Gardnerville, Nev./Bob Yocheim, 50, So. Lake Tahoe, Nev./Aaron Schmalenberger, Can-Am X3 Turbo 1000 13:17:10; 13. 2930 Sean Cook, 55, Twain Harte, Calif./Matt Davis, Twain Harte, Calif/Josh Pearl, Sutter Creek, Calif./Victor Rangle, San Diego, Calif/Eric Cook, Folsom, Calif./Julie Boyer, Bakersfield, Calif., Can-Am X3 13:37:26; 14. 2951 Herman Johnson, 49, Rio Rancho, N.M. Austin Johnson, 23, Albuquerque, N.M./Chris Whelchel, 43, Rio Rancho, N.M., Can-Am XRS Turbo X3 13:49:22; 15. 2956 Eduardo Peredo, 38, Gulf Breeze, Fla. (Bolivia/Ecuador)/Humberto Roca, 27, Bolivia/, Can-Am Maverick X3 14:05:51; 16. 2946 Jose Juarez, 38, Chula Vista, Calif./Jose Juarez Jr, 20, Ensenada, Mexico/Jose Zuniga, 36, Tijuana, Mexico/Jose Beltran, 38, Chula Vista, Calif., Cam-Am X3 15:52:08; 17. 2953 Jimmy Diaz, 37, La Paz, Mexico/Alan Gillette, 53, Wisconsin/Coy Pfaff, 26, Oregon/Alan Pfaff, Oregon, Custom 16;38:50; 18. 2929 Jose Rodriguez, 35, Guadalajara, Mexico, Can-Am X3 17:39:23; 19. 2989 Wes Miller, 51, Las Vegas/Donny Powers, 33, Morgan Hill, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo 18:53:28

  SCORE LITES (VW-powered, Limited single-1776cc-or two-seaters-1835cc)--(3 Starters 2 Finishers)—1. 1229 Doug Satterfield, 44, San Diego/Allen Yost, 41, San Diego/Blake Roberts, 37, San Diego/Alfredo Ramirez, 33, Tecate, Mexico, Meco 13:19:25 (30.02 mph); 2. 1211 Oscar Alvarez, 45, McAllen, Texas/Cisco Bio, Spring Valley, Calif./Adrian Gurerro, Ensenada, Mexico/Humberto Cortez, Ensenada, Mexico, Romo 14:42:16

  PRO UTV NA (two-seat Normally Aspirated, OEM engine UTVs)—(8 Starters 6 Finishers)—1. 1995 Kaden Wells, 22, Apple Valley, Utah/Mitch Johnson, 23, St. George, Utah/Travis Wells, 49, Apple Valley, Utah, Polaris RZR XP1000 11:07:34 (35.95 mph); 2. 1919 Paul Barnhart Jr, 69, Houston/Chapman Ducote, 45, Aspen, Colo./David Ducote, 53, Houston/Gary Comacho, 30, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda Talon 12:14:05; 3. 1954 Kristen Matlock, 40, Alpine, Calif./Jeff Ricker, 44, Alpine, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 1000 12:52:07; 4. 1957 Joe Bolton, 64, Corona, Calif./Matthew Banuelos, 40, Whittier, Calif./Austin Bolton, 26, Corona, Calif., Polaris RZR XP1000 13:52:54; 5. 1910 Jose Angulo, 52, Hurricane, Utah/Jonathan Atondo, 35, Heber, Calif./Isaac Romo, 25, Heber, Calif., Polaris RZR XP1000 15:50:17; 6. 1918 Richard Fant, 60, Houston/David Ducote, 53, Houston/Chapman Ducote, 45, Aspen, Colo./Gary Comacho, 30, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda Talon 15:59:31

  CLASS 1/2-1600 (VW-powered, single or two-seaters to 1600cc)--(4 Starters 2 Finishers)—1. 1621 Kevin Sanchez, 25, Ensenada, Mexico/Fernie Padilla, Las Vegas/Alan Zavala, Ensenada, Mexico/Chris Odell, Las Vegas, Ensenada, Mexico, Alfa 12:18:26 (32.50 mph); 2. 1600 Eli Yee, 47, Tijuana, Mexico/Angel Barajas, 44, Ensenada, Mexico/Alejandro Corona, 27, Ensenada, Mexico, Kreger 13:04:03

  PRO UTV STOCK (Stock UTVs, FI or NA)—(5 Starters 3 Finishers)—1. 3955 Mike Cafro, 51, Fallbrook, Calif./Adan Ibarra, 40, Ensenada, Mexico, Polaris RZR Turbo S 12:36:55 (31.71 mph); 2. 3913 Carolina Sanchez, 35, Calexico, Calif./Yoshua Morquecho, 27, Mexicali, Mexico/Rigoberto Santillan, 24, Mexicali, Mexico, Can-Am XR3 14:15:46; 3. 3950 Scott Trafton, 40, Alpine, Calif./Gabe Seebold, Polaris RZR 17:14:59

  PRO UTV OPEN (two-seat open UTV open-displacement)--(5 Starters 4 Finishers)—1. 1870 Justin Elenburg, 44, Mesa, Ariz./Ernesto Taylor, 32, Mesa, Ariz./Michael York, 50, Gilbert, Ariz./Mike Jelusco, 39, Can-Am X3 11:30:33 (34.76mph); 2. 1898 Cameron Ornelas, 46, Leona Valley, Calif./Kyle Hildalgo, 35, Sylmar, Calif./Nick Firestone, 55, Paradise Valley, Ariz./, Can-Am X3 14:29:02; 3. 1877 Josh Herzing, 34, Cypress, Texas/Travis Herzing, 29, Cypress, Texas/Ryan Blagrave, 19, Cypress, Texas, Polaris RZR XP1000 15:41:26; 4. 1879 Michelle Barraza, 37, Mexicali, Mexico/Humberto Garcia, 35, Mexicali, Mexico/Victor Castillo, 35, Mexicali, Mexico/Ricardo Pinzon, 43, Mexicali, Mexico, Polaris RZR Turbo17:30:14

   CLASS 5 (Unlimited Baja Bugs, VW concept engines allowed)--(1 Starter 1 Finisher)—1. 508 Greg Sullivan, 58, Helena, Mont./Mike Sullivan, 29, Helena, Mont./Miguel Pabloff, 64, Ensenada, Mexico/Jesus Marquez, 35, Ensenada, Mexico/Ramon Fernandez, Ensenada, Mexico/Tomas Fernandez, 61, Ensenada, Mexico, Penhall-Chevy12:53:03 (31.05 mph)

  CLASS 3 (Short Wheelbase 4X4 based on production vehicles)-- (1 Starter 0 Finishers)

  CLASS 5-1600 (1600cc VW Baja Bugs)—(4 Starters 3 Finishers)—1. 571 David Heredia, 55, Hacienda Heights, Calif. (Ensenada, Mexico)/Marco Robles, 50, Ensenada, Mexico/Pedro Avalos, 26, Ensenada, Mexico/David Valenzuela, 50, Ensenada, Mexico 14:12:39 (28.15 mph); 2. 582 Rodolfo Martinez, 46, Spring Valley, Calif./Miguel Rodriguez, 47, Ensenada, Mexico/Ruben Best, 46, Ensenada, Mexico/Alonso Angulo, Ensenada, Mexico 14:56:18; 3. 557 Larry Negrete Jr, 23, San Ysidro, Calif./Ernie Negrete, San Diego/Larry Negrete Sr, San Diego/Francisco Sanchez, Tijuana, Mexico 16:19:45

  BAJA CHALLENGE (Spec, Subaru-powered Baja Touring Cars equipped with BFGoodrich Tires)--(1 Starter 1 Finisher)—1. BC4 Edward Muncey, 50, San Diego/Roger Norman, 58, San Diego 16:21:43 (24.45 mph)

  CLASS 7F (Stock frame, 2 or 4-wheel drive mini or mid-size trucks)-- (3 Starter 3 Finishers)—1. 714F Justin Park, 45, Encinitas, Calif./Frank Felix, Camalu, Mexico/John Agostino, Encinitas, Calif., Ford Ranger 12:31:41 (31.93mph); 2. 701F Brandon Walsh, 35, Encinitas, Calif./Aaron Celicio, San Diego/Cody Weaver, Springville, Pa./Carl Montoya, Wenatchee, Wash., Toyota Tacoma 14:16:39

3. 726F Arturo Montano, 50, Tecate, Mexico/Raul Suarez, 48, Tecate, Mexico/Carlos Perfecto, 44, Tecate, Mexico/Rafael Ramirez, 51, Tecate, Mexico, Ford Ranger 14:25:12;

  CLASS 7SX (2 or 4-wheel drive mini or mid-sized trucks)-- (2 Starters 2 Finishers)—1. 744 Dario Serrano, 39, La Paz, Mexico/Jorge Serrano, 37, La Paz, Mexico/Raul Cota, 24, La Paz, Mexico/Omar Cota, 34, La Paz, Mexico, Ford Ranger 15:26:30 (25.90 mph); 3. 758 Armando Duron, 58, Mexicali, Mexico/Israel Duron, 28, San Diego/Armando Duron Jr, 35, San Diego/Sergio Duron Jr, 38, San Diego/Pedro Duron, 42, Mexicali, Mexico/Ivan Padron, 34, San Diego, Ford Range, r16:08:50

  CLASS 11 (stock VW sedans, safety modifications)— (3 Starters 1 Finisher)—1. 1196 Alex Gonzales, 35, Palm Desert, Calif./German Melendrez, 22, Cathedral City, Calif./Clyde Stires, 42, Irvine, Calif./Tim Sletten, 30, Desert Hot Springs, Calif. 16:47:19 (28.83 mph)

SPORTSMAN

  SPT UTV UNLIMITED—(2 Starters 2 Finishers)—1. 1808 Chad Gould, 49, Canada/Tyler Backus, 38, Canada/Shane Hanson, 36, Canada/Austin Horner, 23, Canada, Polaris RZR SP1000  15:38:00 (25.59 mph); 2. 1801 Dave Miller, 42, Miami Beach/Dan Andersen, 44, HoustonCan-Am X3 X RS Turbo RR 18:25:48

PRO MOTORCYCLES

  PRO MOTO UNLIMITED (400cc or more)-- (9 Starters 8 Finishers)—1. 22x Shane Redline, 45, Real Del Mar, Mexico (Amarillo, Texas)/Chris Phillips, 22, Tucson, Ariz./Phillip Herrera, 23, Tijuana, Mexico/Larry Serna, 25, San Diego/Carlos Pardini, 27, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico/Brandon Prieto, 30, San Diego, Honda CRF450X, 9:28:03 (423.25 miles per hour); 2. 5x Derek Ausserbauer, 28, Solvang, Calif./Colton Udall, 34, San Clemente, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 9:28:38; 3. 77x Hosea Struiksma, 19, El Cajon, Calif./Jonathan Struiksma, 23, El Cajon, Calif./Isaac Struiksma, 21, El Cajon, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 9:338:48; 4. 11x Carlos Silva, 44, Mexicali, Mexico/Oswaldo Moncado, 30, Ensenada, Mexico/Muary Herrera, 27, Ensenada, Mexico/Arnulfo Verdugo, 28, San Felipe, Mexico/Javier Salazar, 19, Tijuana, Mexico/Hector Ayala, 30, Jacume, Mexico, Honda CRF450X, 9:57:30; 5. 30x Cade Smith, North Bend, Ore./Sean Willitts, 22, Sisters, Ore., KTM 500exc-f, 10:55:57; 6. 21x Ana Rivas, 28, Mexicali, Mexico/Brandon Dudley, 27, Mexicali, Mexico/Raul Ortego, 22, Ensenada, Mexico/Edgar Michael, 22, Mexicali, Mexico, Luis Beltran, 28, Mexicali, Mexico, Honda CRF450X, 11:35:37; 7. 19x Jacob Nieder, 45, San Diego/David Smith, 34, San Diego/Aldo Muller, 42, Houston/Kevin Cicarelli, 41, San Diego, KTM 450xc-f 13:19:22; 8. 38x Ivan Delgadillo, 38, Chula Vista, Calif./Courtney Ludwin, 40, San Diego/Josh Smith, 41, Escondido, Calif., Honda CRF450RL, 13:54:33.

  PRO MOTO 30 (Riders over 30 years old)-- (2 Starters 2 Finishers)—1. 308x Greg Bardonnex, 45, Visalia, Calif./James Justin Shultz, 39, Lake Forest, Calif./Ryan Liebelt, 41, Reedley, Calif./Shane Esposito, 46, Temecula, Calif./Shane Schorno, Discovery Bay, Calif., Yamaha WR450F, 9:42:09 (41.23 mph); 2. 325x Jano Montoya, 50, Winter Park, Fla.(Peru)/Bryce Stavron, 32, San Clemente, Calif./Kyle Tichenor, 31, Mesquite, Nev./Alberto Rius, Ensenada, Mexico, KTM 450EXCF, 9:42:42

  PRO MOTO LIMITED (less than 450cc)-- (4 Starters 4 Finishers)—1. 100x Fernando Beltran, 44, Ensenada, Mexico/Luis Flores, 19, Mexicali, Mexico/Arturo Salas, 19, Chula Vista, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 9:33:37 (41.84 mph); 2. 109x Christopher Gil, 26, Buelton, Calif./Ciaran Naran, 23, Huntington Beach, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 10:06:50; 3. 106x Jorge Ramirez, 21, Ensenada, Mexico/Sergio Garza, 23, Tecate, Mexico/Daniel Reynoso, 29, Tecate, Mexico, Husqvarna Fx450, 11:00:21; 4. 101x Ulises Fierro, 28, Tijuana, Mexico/Marco Higuera, 34, Ensenada, Mexico/Eric Holt, 38, Panaca, Nev./Tyler Harvey, 29, Boulder City, Nev., KTM 450XCF, 11:24:23

  PRO MOTO 40 (Riders over 40 years old)--(3 Starters 3 Finishers)—1. 408x Ryan Liebelt, 41, Reedley, Calif./Steve Tichner, 44, Reno, Nev./Greg Bardonex, 45, Richard, Calif., Yamaha WR450F, 10:46:05 (37.15 mph); 2. 424x William St. Laurent, 56, Longwood, Fla./Shelby Dunson, 47, Keystone Heights, Fla./Greg Willits, 50, Sisters, Ore./Kirk Russell, 59, Los Barilles, Mexico/Jason Smith, 51, Coos Bay, Ore., Husqvarna FE501,11:34:29; 3. 441x Alirio Amado, 43, The Woodlands, Texas/Pedro Gonzalez, 54, North Carolina/Guillermo Rinaldi, 51, Florida/Jorge Egan, 40, Florida, Yamaha YZ450FX,11:59:15

  PRO MOTO 50 (Riders over 50 years old)(2 Starters 2 Finishers)—1. 510x Giovanni Spinali, 55, El Cajon, Calif./John Griffin, 51, Julian, Calif., Yamaha YZ450FX, 10:56:25 (36.56 mph); 2. 500x Vance Kennedy, 51, Peoria, Ariz./Lawrence Janesky, 56, Middlebury, Connecticut/Steve Hatch, Flagstaff, Ariz./Pete Andrassy, California, Honda CRF450X, 11:48:26

  PRO MOTO IRONMAN (Solo Riders)—(3 Starters 2 Finishers)—1. 725x Juan Carlos Salvatierra, 40, Bolivia, KTM 450XC-F, 11:37:19 (34.42 mph); 2. 785x Fabricio Fuentes, 44, Bolivia, KTM 500EXC-F, 11:47:31

  PRO MOTO 60 (Riders over 60 years old)(1 Starter 1 Finisher)—1. 628x Scott McIntosh, 60, Davie, Fla./Don Whittington, 75, Fort Lauderdale, Fla./ Bob Kimber, Honda CRF450X 14:59:28 (26.68 mph)

PRO QUADS

  PRO QUAD (Open engine displacement)--(4 Starters 4 Finishers)—1. 1a Jose Luis Velez, 30, San Felipe, Mexico/Felipe Velez, 41, San Felipe, Mexico/Nicholas Velez, 16, San Felipe, Mexico/Eduardo Rojas, 16, Mexicali, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 10:03:17 (39.78 mph); 2. 5a Steven Lopez, 17, Juarez, Mexico/Edwin Lopez, 39, Juarez, Mexico/Pedro Loya, Constitucion, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 10:15:37; 3. 37a Ricado Villafana, 45, Calexico, Calif./Fernando Gomez, Mexicali, Mexico/Juan Flores, Mexicali, Mexico/Julian Arce Jr, Mexicali, Mexico, Yamaha Rhino 16:32:03; 4. 7a Carlos Napoles, 37, Mexicali, Mexico/Luis Villafana, 38, Mexicali, Mexico/Oscar Martinez, 34, Calexico, Calif./Jesus Torres, 42, Mexicali, Mexico/Alan Cruz, 21, Valle de Trinidad, Mexico, Honda TRX450R 16:38:29

                                                                    SPORTSMAN

  SPT M/C--(8 Starters 7 Finishers)—1. 201x Scott Borden, 49, Steamboat Springs, Colo./Chris Welch, 40/Dan Mastrude, 40, Boise, Idaho/Hank Salyer, 50, Steamboat Springs, Colo., Yamaha YZ450F, 11:04:24 (36.12 mph); 2. 212x Brayan Avalos, 20, Palm Springs, Calif./Esteban Lujan, 26, Tijuana, Mexico/Roberto Armenta, 26, Ensenada, Mexico/Conner Eddy, 16, Barstow, Calif./Jorge Garcia, Honda CRF450X, 11:08:52; 3. 215x Carlos Guereca, 25, Mexicali, Mexico/Carlos Castillo, 30, Mexicali, Mexico/Ramon Chavez, 31, Mexicali, Mexico/Victor Cardenas, 27, Mexicali, Mexico/Juan Valencia, 34, Mexicali, Mexico, Yamaha YZ450X, 11:39:16; 4. 203x Giovanni Aviles, 30, Tijuana, Mexico/Ricardo Montano, 30, Tijuana, Mexico/Felipe Venegas, 34, Tijuana, Mexico/Mauricio Ramirez, 29, Tecate, Mexico, Honda CRF450X, 12:17:08; 5. 209x Alejandro Gomez, 29, Juarez, Mexico/Jorge Arellano, 36, Juarez, Mexico/Leo Castillo, 37, Juarez, Mexico/Ivan Marquez, 39, Cuahtemoc, Mexico, Honda CRF450X 12:44:14;  6. 224x Edgar Najar, 34, Mesa, Ariz./Robert Rodriguez III, 24, El Centro, Calif./Jose Andre Enriquez, 18 El Centro, Calif./Cesar Morales, 24, Camalu, Mexico 13:23:03; 7. 245x Filiberto Garcia, 36, Los Angeles/Allan Caguiat, 38, Santa Clara, Calif./Cody Vascak-Katchmar, 19, Canyon Country, Calif./Edwin Rosin, 51, Whittier, Calif./Shawn Oakley, 44, Santa Clarita, Calif./Felicia Pinedo, 28, Newport Beach, Calif., Honda CRF450X 17:05:47

  SPT QUAD--(8 Starters 4 Finishers)—1. 129a Sergio Gutierrez Jr, 23, Mexicali, Mexico/Luis Delfin, 41, Mexicali, Mexico/Juan Gonzalez, 40, Ensenada, Mexico, Mexicali, Mexico/Hector Chavez, 24, Tecate, Mexico/Joel Rubalcava, 26, San Luis, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 11:16:35 (35.47 mph); 2. 112a Daniel Gaytan, 50, Heber, Calif./GilberIto Perez, 41, Mexicali, Mexico/Carlos Servando, 47, San Felipe, Mexico/Jose Enriquez, 41, Mexicali, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 11:46:32; 3. 113a Victor Higuera, 33, Tijuana, Mexico/Juan Velazquez, 39, Tijuana, Mexico/Julian Zepeda, 28, Rosarito Beach, Mexico/Jorge Luis Carbaja, 44, Tijuana, Mexico/Rafael Marqueza, 45, Chula Vista, Calif./Jorge Luis Carbajal Jr, 23, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda TRX450R 12:13:56; 4. 145a Jovani Marquez, 37, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico/Luis Josue Reseck, 20, Ensenada, Mexico/Juan Carlos Cota, 21, Ensenada, Mexico/Martin Becerra, 18, San Vicente, Mexico/Luis Antonio Marrujo, 18, Tijuana, Mexico/Efrain Mozqueda, 38, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda TRX450R 13:23:42

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Flashback 2021! Menzies Roars to Overall Win SCORE Baja 400

ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico (Sept. 19, 2021)—Starting first as the fast qualifier for the race, Las Vegas’ champion desert racer Bryce Menzies never looked back as he roared through the Baja California desert to defeat 193 starters in Saturday’s 2nd ... Read More

Ryan Arciero squeezes out overall & SCORE Trophy Truck win at Inaugural SCORE Baja 400

ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico (Sept. 22, 2019) – Running a relatively conservative pace over a rugged, dusty, tight, and twisty race course in the midst of 36 battling ‘monsters’ in his class, third-generation veteran SoCal desert racing champion Ryan Arciero ... Read More

Ryan Arciero squeezes out overall & SCORE Trophy Truck win, Cody Parkhouse claims Class 1 at Inaugural SCORE Baja 400

ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico (Sept. 22, 2019) – Running a relatively conservative pace over a rugged, dusty, tight, and twisty race course in the midst of 36 battling ‘monsters’ in his class, third-generation veteran SoCal desert racing champion Ryan Arciero ... Read More

The Rugged Radio Showroom is an open area with products and cool vehicles on display

After starting out in a small garage, Rugged Radios founder and president Greg Cottrell grew his radio and communication equipment business into a giant in the industry. We recently visited the company’s latest complex in Arroyo Grande, California, a small town neighboring Pismo Beach, which showcases the company’s passion for communication technology as well as vintage cars, motorcycles, race vehicles, and more.

RUGGED RADIOS

The Rugged Radio Showroom is an open area with products and cool vehicles on display

Communication support and race support vehicles are ready to help racers and enthusiasts at every SCORE race

Communication support and race support vehicles are ready to help racers and enthusiasts at every SCORE race

Rugged Radios is the Official Communications of SCORE International
The Garage is an area where vehicles are worked on and new products are prototyped

Rugged Radios is the Official Communications of SCORE International

In his personal shop and collection, Cottrell has an area replicating his dad’s original motorcycle repair shop

In his personal shop and collection, Cottrell has an area replicating his dad’s original motorcycle repair shop

RUGGED RADIOS

A NEW COMPLEX SHOWCASES A PASSION FOR COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

By Dan Sanchez

After starting out in a small garage, Rugged Radios founder and president Greg Cottrell grew his radio and communication equipment business into a giant in the industry. We recently visited the company’s latest complex in Arroyo Grande, California, a small town neighboring Pismo Beach, which showcases the company’s passion for communication technology as well as vintage cars, motorcycles, race vehicles, and more.

“Our home is here in Arroyo Grande,” said Cottrell. “My dad had a motorcycle repair shop in Covina, California, and I began getting involved in it with him when he began racing in SCORE in the 70s.” Cottrell learned early on that communication is critical for safety during racing or other off-road adventures. Cottrell later moved to Arroyo Grande and began working on improving the communication systems that were available at the time, and he soon became a leader in the marketplace.

“I’ve been in the business of communication technology for 32 years and started Rugged Radios over 18 years ago,” said Cottrell. “I started out in my garage, and now we have a state-of-the-art complex designed by enthusiasts for enthusiasts.” 

The Rugged Radios facility isn’t just a large, bland building in the middle of town. The beautiful exterior and interior are inviting to everyone interested in cars, motorcycles, off-road, Overlanding, and anything else on two or four wheels. “For us, it’s all about energy,” said Cottrell. “When you walk in, you feel the company– who we are– become immersed in the activity here, and you begin to realize you’re in the communications superstore.”

With more than 50 employees, the showroom is open and allows customers to see everything from order-taking, R&D, production, shipping, and more. You will also be surrounded by multiple vintage motorcycles, buggies, race vehicles, and hot-rods, all on display with the company’s products in them. From headsets for helmets to the latest GMRS communication units, samples are available for customers to pick up, feel, and ask questions.

The employees also show pride in working there, and although the main building and showroom are impressive, there’s much more to the Rugged Radios complex. Alongside the main building is the company’s new taco stand, a small building with a full kitchen that is still being prepared to make, sell, and distribute Baja-style tacos. 

“The taco stand is being set up for when we have events such as car shows here at Rugged,” said Steve Gonzalez, Rugged warehouse manager. “We have events here that bring in hundreds of vehicles, and people want to eat, so we took our love of tacos from Baja and brought it to our facility.”

The Rugged complex also houses the company’s “garage,” where new products are prototyped and tested and where team members can work on their vehicles. Everything from welding tools to a CNC laser cutter is in this area to maximize creativity and design. Behind the Garage is another building where all of Cottrell’s personal toys are housed and showcased. Vintage motorcycles, Baja Bugs, Jeeps, a vintage trailer, collectible bicycles, and a replica of his dad’s motorcycle repair shop are all displayed in a tribute to the passions Cottrell shares.

Between the main building and the Garage are numerous Rugged Radio vehicles, including show support and product trailers, along with four-wheel show and pre-runner trucks. 

“This year, we partnered with SCORE International as the Official Radio Communications company,” said Cottrell. “It’s been a dream of mine to become involved with SCORE in an official capacity, as we support SCORE and SCORE supports us. Most importantly, we support the racers at every event and teach them how to install, check, and recheck their equipment before a race. This partnership with SCORE is only the beginning, and I can’t wait for the many more years to come.”

For more information on the Rugged Radios location or any of the Rugged Radio products, visit them at www.ruggedradios.com.

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Ryan Arciero squeezes out overall & SCORE Trophy Truck win at Inaugural SCORE Baja 400

ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico (Sept. 22, 2019) – Running a relatively conservative pace over a rugged, dusty, tight, and twisty race course in the midst of 36 battling ‘monsters’ in his class, third-generation veteran SoCal desert racing champion Ryan Arciero roared to the Overall and SCORE Trophy Truck race victory Saturday by winning the Inaugural SCORE Baja 400 in dramatic fashion in the elapsed-time race.

Ryan Arciero squeezes out overall & SCORE Trophy Truck win at Inaugural SCORE Baja 400

SCORE HISTORIAN: Dominic Clark, Dominic@Score-international.com

ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico (Sept. 22, 2019) – Running a relatively conservative pace over a rugged, dusty, tight, and twisty race course in the midst of 36 battling ‘monsters’ in his class, third-generation veteran SoCal desert racing champion Ryan Arciero roared to the Overall and SCORE Trophy Truck race victory Saturday by winning the Inaugural SCORE Baja 400 in dramatic fashion in the elapsed-time race.
     Round 3 of the four-race 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship was held in Mexico’s Baja California, starting and finishing in Ensenada, the seaside port on the Pacific Ocean, 80 miles south of San Diego.
     The celebratory internationally-televised race on a characteristically challenging, intensely rugged 390-mile course started and finished in front of the historic Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center in the heart of Ensenada.
ARCIERO SOARS
     Ryan Arciero, 46, of Foothill Ranch, Calif., recorded a hard-fought, penalty-free winning time 8 hours, 26 minutes and 32 seconds while averaging 46.20 miles per hour in his No. 32 Levi Arciero Racing Ford F-150 built by Herbst-Smith Fabrication.
     After starting the season with a second-place 33rd SCORE San Felipe 250 in April, Arciero, whose family racing roots extend long and deep including his father Frank Arciero Jr who will be inducted to the Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame on Nov. 3 in Las Vegas, he had a did not finish in the SCORE Baja 500. 
     It was Arciero’s fourth career SCORE Trophy Truck race win and first since 2004 when he won the SCORE Baja 500 with Mark Miller.
FINAL FLAG
     When the final checkered flag fell, a total of 189 vehicles left the start line early Saturday morning with racers from 25 U.S. States and eight countries. When the course closed at 3:58 a.m. PT on Sunday, there were 146 official finishers for an unusually high 77.25 finishing percentage, especially considering the difficulty of the race course. The results were made official following complete data tracking review of the devices on each vehicle in the event late Sunday morning.
THE PODIUM
     Joining Ryan Arciero on the podium were San Diego’s Andy McMillin, who won the first two races of the 2019 SCORE World Desert Racing Championship and Mexico’s Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr.
     McMillin, 32, who debuted a sparkling new all-wheel drive No. 31 McMillin Racing Chevy Silverado built by Mason Motorsports, finished second with a time of 8:28:09 (46.05mph) and Vildosola Jr, 37, of Mexicali, with a finishing time of 8:28:56 (45.98mph) in his No. 21 Vildosola Racing Ford Raptor (Vildosola) for third place.
MORGAN WINS MOTO OVERALL
     Riding the No. 1x Honda CRF450X, Justin Morgan, 27, El Cajon, Calif. and his three-rider team raced to the overall motorcycle victory for his seventh consecutive overall motorcycle win in the SCORE World Desert Championship. The trio crossed the finish line in 8:32:30 with an average speed of 45.66mph.
      Morgan split the riding with Mark Samuels, Yucca Valley, Calif. and Ricky Dietrich, of Yucca Valley, Calif.
      Morgan rode from the start to race mile 190, Samuels rode from there to El Cambro, and Dietrich from there to about 30 miles from the finish and Morgan rode the final stretch that he drove on the start.
     Starting first among the motorcycles and never relinquishing the physical lead, the 1x team held of Mexico’s Santiago Creel and his 66x team by a mere 6.14 seconds in the elapsed time race. Creel, the international motorcycle rally racer from Mexico City who raced in four classes in this race, teamed with Brandon Prieto of Ensenada, Mexico and Eric Yorba of Jamul, Calif. on a KTM 500EXCF.
     As rider of record, Creel’s teams also finished second in Pro Moto Limited and second in Pro Moto 30. As a co-driver for Luis Pelayo, also of Mexico City, Creel finished 18th in Trophy Truck Spec.
TOP 19 OVERALL ALL SCORE TROPHY TRUCKS
     Besides podium finishers Arciero, A. McMillin and Vildosola Jr, all of the top 19 overall four-wheel vehicle finishers were SCORE Trophy Trucks. SCORE Trophy Truck had a race-high 36 vehicles (including seven in SCORE TT Legend for drivers over 50) start the race. SCORE Trophy Truck is the marquee racing division in the sport for high-tech, 950 horsepower unlimited custom trucks. The class was created by SCORE 26 years ago (1994).
     All among the top 19 overall four-wheel vehicle finishers after penalties were assessed, fourth in SCORE Trophy Truck was Justin Lofton, Brawley, Calif. (No. 41 Ford Raptor-Jimco), fifth was brothers Alan, Aaron and Rodrigo Ampudia of Ensenada, Mexico (No. 10 Ford Raptor-ID), sixth was Cameron Steele, San Clemente, Calif. (No. 16 Ford Raptor-Geiser),  seventh in class was Las Vegas’ B.J. Baldwin (No. 97 Toyota Tundra-ID) and eighth was Chris Miller, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. (No. 40 Chevy Silverado-Mason).
     Finishing ninth in SCORE Trophy Truck and overall 4-wheel vehicle was Ricky Johnson, Trabuco Canyon, Calif. (No. 6 Chevy Silverado-Mason) and 10th was Bobby Pecoy, Anaheim, Calif. (No. 14 Ford Raptor-Geiser).
OVERALL UTV
     Defeating 20 starters in his class and 34 total UTVs to win the overall UTV win title in this year’s race was veteran racer Wes Miller, Henderson, Nev., with a winning time of 10:00:50 in his No. 2975 Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo. He also won his Pro UTV FI (Forced Induction) class and he began his career racing on a quad over 20 years ago.
CLASS 1 SUPERLATIVE
     Second generation SCORE desert racer Cody Parkhouse, Long Beach, Calif., captured the unlimited Class 1 while finishing 21st overall among four-wheel vehicles in the No. 127 Chevy-powered Jimco open-wheel desert race car. His winning effort was completed in a penalty-free 9:12:02 (42.39mph). He defeated 10 starters in his class. Finishing second behind Parkhouse, three minutes, 40 seconds behind Parkhouse, was reigning SCORE Class 1 season point champion Brad Wilson, Long Beach, Calif., in the No. 100 Jimco-Chevy.
ARCIERO COMMENTS
     Enjoying his joyous victory celebration with his famous father and team at the finish line, Arciero said, “It was a great race for us. We started in the middle of the SCORE Trophy Truck field and I knew Andy McMillin was just two trucks in front of us. I used Andy as a guide for most of the race. Everything was smooth for us today and the new Joe Gibbs Racing motor was sensational. Great power and we have NASCAR guys in off-road which is a super crossover in the sport. We didn’t quite know where we stood overall with so many trucks bunched up and running very close.”
     “The dust made it tougher for the SCORE Trophy Trucks and we just had to work our way through the field as best we could. I’m excited that my dad (Frank Arciero Jr) could make it down to this race too. He got me started in the sport and it’s fun to celebrate an overall win with him. We knew we needed a good finish for the starting position in the upcoming SCORE Baja 1000. And we couldn’t have done better than taking the victory today.”
MORGAN REFLECTIONS
     Leading his team to its seventh consecutive overall and Pro Moto Unlimited race win in SCORE races over two years, Morgan reflected after the race, “The race was fairly smooth; we had a couple small close calls without having a helicopter. Ricky had a really good crash and knocked himself out. He got up and managed to make a little time back. I had to do my best to make up the time when I got the bike back. No mechanical issues the bike was awesome all day. Mark did really good and made up some good time. He rode the course really smooth up the coast. Ricky is fine he was totally ok after the race just had an unlucky crash. We have lots to build on and work on for the SCORE Baja 1000. But it was a really awesome course to run. We are really happy to get the win."
UNBEATEN
     After three races, there remained just two unbeaten racers in their respective classes for this season.
     Leading the group was the Justin Morgan team (Pro Moto Unlimited—No. 1x Honda CRF450R).
     The other three-time 2019 2-wheel class winner was Giovanni Spinali, El Cajon, Calif. (Pro Moto 50—No. 500x Yamaha YZ450FX). Spinali’s teammates were Troy Pearce, Ramona, Calif./John Griffin, Lake Forest, Calif.
SCORE TT LEGEND
     Driving as a substitute driver for Clyde Stacy, former SCORE Class 8 season point champion Nick Vanderwey, 52, Phoenix won SCORE TT Legends class for SCORE Trophy Truck drivers over 50 years old for the second straight race. Vanderwey drove Stacy’s RPM Racing No. 5L Chevy Silverado V-16 (Geiser) to victory in the hunt to win the class season point championship.
TROPHY TRUCK SPEC BATTLE
     In a class with 25 starters, winning the Trophy Truck Spec class for the first time was Jorge Sampietro, Ensenada, Mexico in the No. 298 Mason-Chevy. He finished the race with a class-winning time 9:30:24 (41.02mph).
     Driving solo in each race, motocross and short course veteran Sara Price, 26, Canyon Lake, Calif., finished second for the third straight race in the highly-competitive Trophy Truck Spec class. Price had an official time of 9:34:24 in her No. 204 RPM Racing Geiser-Chevy.
TWO TIMERS
     Besides Stacy/Vanderwey in SCORE TT Legend, winning for the second time in three races in the 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship were: Kaden Wells, St. George, Utah (Pro UTV NA, No. 1995 Polaris RZR XP1000), Freddie Willert, El Cajon, Calif. (SCORE Lites, No. 1206 Jimco-VW), Edward Muncey, San Diego (Baja Challenge, No. BC4 Subaru BTC), Marco Pena, Nuevo Casas Grandes, Mexico (Pro Moto Limited, No.120x Husqvarna FC350) and Jason Trubey, Henderson, Nev. (Pro Moto 40, No. 444x Husqvarna FE501).
CHALLENGING COURSE
    The race course for the Inaugural Lucerna SCORE Baja 400 was finalized by SCORE President/Race Director Jose A. Grijalva of 390 miles. After the first 19.6 miles which was used in both directions for the race, the course ran in a clockwise direction.
     There were three physical checkpoints and 103 virtual checkpoints on the race course along with 13 speed zone areas that total 71.01 miles of the total 390.20 miles. The three physical checkpoints were located at Santa Catarina (race-mile 96.91), Llano Colorado (rm 230.15) and Santo Tomas (rm 321.94).
     The historic race course was another memorable example of all that Mexico’s Baja California has to offer, including high-speed dirt trails, sandy, rocky and silty natural terrain, majestic Baja washes and canyons, stretches along the seashore with elevations from sea level to over 3,000 feet. The course was another jewel reflecting the stark beauty of Baja California.
     In addition to the three physical checkpoints, central Ensenada for the start and finish, the Ensenada Arroyo and Ojos Negros area in both directions, the course went through such landmark Baja California locations as Heroes de Independencia, Nuevo Junction, Jamau, Valle de Trinidad, the infamous ‘Goat Trail’, Mike’s Sky Rancho, Rancho Las Truchas, Rancho Simpson, Colonet, San Antonio Del Mar, Rancho Johnson, Cerro Solo, Erendira, Acambaro and Uruapan.
THE COUNT
    A total of 189 official starters for this first-time event included racers from 25 U.S. States, host country Mexico, Denmark, Ecuador, Ireland, Italy, Peru and Spain. SCORE Trophy Truck led the way with 36 starters (including seven in SCORE TT Legend for drivers over 50 years old). Besides the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck, other classes with double-figure were Trophy Truck Spec with 25, Pro UTV FI (Forced Induction) with 20, Class 10 with 14 and the unlimited Class 1 with 10.
     Entries from the USA included racers from Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Washington.
 
HISTORIADOR DE SCORE: Dominic Clark, Dominic@Score-international.com
 
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NOTA: Con la SCORE Baja 400 2024 del 11 al 15 de Septiembre, aquí hay una mirada hacia el pasado...
 
Miller primer UTV overall

Ryan Arciero logra la victoria overall y SCORE Trophy Truck,
C. Parkhouse reclama la Clase 1 en el debut
de la SCORE Baja 400

 

189 participantes oficiales en la Ronda 3 del Campeonato Mundial del Desierto 20219 de SCORE de cuatro carreras

 

El equipo de Justin Morgan obtiene la séptima victoria consecutiva en SCORE en forma general dentro de las motocicletas; otros ganadores de su clase incluyen a Vanderwey en SCORE TT Legend, Sampietro, Duran, Wells, Willert, Arámbula, Méndez Jr, R. Ampudia Jr, Muncey, Cole, Leslie, Vázquez,
Heredia, Septién, Skurkis, Peña, Spinali

 
     ENSENADA, Baja California, México (22 de septiembre de 2019) – Corriendo a un ritmo relativamente conservador en un circuito de carreras accidentado, polvoriento, estrecho y sinuoso en medio de 36 "monstruos" que luchan en su clase, el veterano de tercera generación del desierto del sur de California El campeón de carreras Ryan Arciero rugió hacia la victoria general y de la carrera SCORE Trophy Truck el sábado al ganar la SCORE Baja 400 inaugural de manera dramática en la carrera de tiempo transcurrido.
     La tercera ronda del Campeonato Mundial del Desierto 2019 de SCORE de cuatro carreras se llevó a cabo en Baja California, México, comenzando y terminando en Ensenada, el puerto costero en el Océano Pacífico, 80 millas al sur de San Diego.
     La carrera de celebración televisada internacionalmente en un recorrido de 390 millas característicamente desafiante e intensamente accidentado comenzó y terminó frente al histórico Centro Cultural Riviera del Pacífico en el corazón de Ensenada.
ARCIERO SE ELEVA
     Ryan Arciero, de 46 años de edad, de Foothill Ranch, California, registró un tiempo de victoria reñido y sin penalizaciones de 8 horas, 26 minutos y 32 segundos, con un promedio de 46,20 millas por hora en su Ford F-150 No. 32 Levi Arciero Racing construida. por Fabricación Herbst-Smith.
     Después de comenzar la temporada con un segundo lugar en el puesto 33 de SCORE San Felipe 250 en abril, Arciero, cuyas raíces familiares en las carreras son largas y profundas, incluido su padre Frank Arciero Jr, quien será incluido en el Salón de la Fama de los deportes de motor todoterreno el 3 de noviembre. En Las Vegas, no terminó en la SCORE Baja 500.
     Fue la cuarta victoria de Arciero en una carrera SCORE Trophy Truck y la primera desde 2004, cuando ganó la SCORE Baja 500 con Mark Miller.
BANDERA FINAL
     Cuando cayó la última bandera a cuadros, un total de 189 vehículos abandonaron la línea de salida la madrugada del sábado con corredores de 25 estados de EE. UU. y ocho países. Cuando el recorrido cerró a las 3:58 a. m. PT del domingo, había 146 finalistas oficiales para un porcentaje de finalización inusualmente alto de 77,25, especialmente considerando la dificultad del recorrido. Los resultados se hicieron oficiales luego de una revisión completa del seguimiento de datos de los dispositivos en cada vehículo en el evento el domingo por la mañana.
EL PODIO
     Junto a Ryan Arciero en el podio estaban Andy McMillin de San Diego, quien ganó las dos primeras carreras del Campeonato Mundial del Desierto 2019 de SCORE y Gustavo 'Tavo' Vildosola Jr. de México.
     McMillin, de 32 años, quien estrenó una nueva y brillante Chevy Silverado No. 31 McMillin Racing con tracción total construida por Mason Motorsports, terminó segundo con un tiempo de 8:28:09 (46.05 mph) y Vildosola Jr, de 37 años, de Mexicali, con un tiempo final de 8:28:56 (45.98 mph) en su Ford Raptor No. 21 Vildosola Racing (Vildosola) para el tercer lugar.
MORGAN GANA EL OVERALL EN LAS MOTOS
     Montando la Honda CRF450X No. 1x, Justin Morgan, de 27 años, El Cajon, California, y su equipo de tres pilotos corrieron hacia la victoria general en motocicletas para su séptima victoria general consecutiva en motocicletas en el Campeonato Mundial del Desierto de SCORE. El trío cruzó la línea de meta en 8:32:30 con una velocidad promedio de 45,66 mph.
     Morgan compartió la conducción con Mark Samuels, Yucca Valley, California y Ricky Dietrich, de Yucca Valley, California.
     Morgan montó desde la salida hasta la milla 190, Samuels montó desde allí hasta El Cambro, y Dietrich desde allí hasta unas 30 millas de la meta y Morgan montó el tramo final que condujo en la salida.
     Partiendo primero entre las motos y sin perder nunca el liderato físico, el equipo 1x superó al mexicano Santiago Creel y su equipo 66x por apenas 6.14 segundos en la carrera de tiempo transcurrido. Creel, el piloto internacional de rallys de motocicletas de la Ciudad de México que corrió en cuatro clases en esta carrera, se asoció con Brandon Prieto de Ensenada, México y Eric Yorba de Jamul, California en una KTM 500EXCF.
     Como piloto récord, los equipos de Creel también terminaron segundos en Pro Moto Limited y segundos en Pro Moto 30. Como copiloto de Luis Pelayo, también de la Ciudad de México, Creel terminó 18° en Trophy Truck Spec.
EL TOP 19 OVERALL Y LOS SCORE TROPHY TRUCKS
     Además de los finalistas del podio Arciero, A. McMillin y Vildosola Jr, los 19 primeros clasificados en vehículos de cuatro ruedas fueron SCORE Trophy Truck. SCORE Trophy Truck tuvo un total de 36 vehículos (incluidos siete en SCORE TT Legend para conductores mayores de 50 años) que comenzaron la carrera. SCORE Trophy Truck es la principal división de carreras del deporte para camionetas personalizadas ilimitadas de alta tecnología y 1000 caballos de fuerza. la clase w creado por SCORE hace 26 años (1994).
      Todos entre los 19 primeros clasificados en vehículos de cuatro ruedas después de que se aplicaran las sanciones, el cuarto lugar en SCORE Trophy Truck fue Justin Lofton, Brawley, California (Ford Raptor-Jimco No. 41), el quinto lugar fueron los hermanos Alan, Aaron y Rodrigo Ampudia de Ensenada. , México (Ford Raptor-ID No. 10), sexto fue Cameron Steele, San Clemente, California (Ford Raptor-Geiser No. 16), séptimo en su clase fue B.J. Baldwin de Las Vegas (Toyota Tundra-ID No. 97) y octavo fue Chris Miller, Rancho Santa Fe, California (Chevy Silverado-Mason No. 40).
      Ricky Johnson, de Trabuco Canyon, California (No. 6 Chevy Silverado-Mason) terminó noveno en SCORE Trophy Truck y en general en vehículos de 4 ruedas y décimo fue Bobby Pecoy, Anaheim, California (No. 14 Ford Raptor-Geiser).
UTV OVERALL
     Derrotando a 20 participantes en su clase y 34 UTV en total para ganar el título general de UTV en la carrera de este año fue el corredor veterano Wes Miller, Henderson, Nevada, con un tiempo ganador de 10:00:50 en su Polaris RZR XP4 No. 2975. Turbo. También ganó su clase Pro UTV FI (Inducción Forzada) y comenzó su carrera compitiendo en un quad hace más de 20 años.
CLASE 1 AL ALZA
     El corredor SCORE del desierto de segunda generación, Cody Parkhouse, de Long Beach, California, capturó la Clase 1 ilimitada y terminó en el puesto 21 en la general entre vehículos de cuatro ruedas en el auto de carreras de desierto Jimco de ruedas abiertas con motor Chevy No. 127. Su esfuerzo ganador se completó en 9:12:02 (42,39 mph) sin penalización. Derrotó a 10 titulares de su clase. Terminando segundo detrás de Parkhouse, tres minutos y 40 segundos detrás de Parkhouse, estaba el actual campeón de puntos de la temporada SCORE Clase 1, Brad Wilson, de Long Beach, California, en el Jimco-Chevy No. 100.
COMENTARIOS DE ARCIERO
     Disfrutando de la alegre celebración de la victoria con su famoso padre y su equipo en la línea de meta, Arciero dijo: “Fue una gran carrera para nosotros. Comenzamos en medio del campo de SCORE Trophy Truck y sabía que Andy McMillin estaba solo dos camiones delante de nosotros. Utilicé a Andy como guía durante la mayor parte de la carrera. Todo estuvo bien para nosotros hoy y el nuevo motor Joe Gibbs Racing estuvo sensacional. Gran potencia y tenemos muchachos de NASCAR en todo terreno, lo cual es un súper crossover en el deporte. No sabíamos muy bien dónde estábamos en general con tantos camiones apiñados y corriendo muy cerca”.
     “El polvo hizo que las cosas fueran más difíciles para los SCORE Trophy Trucks y tuvimos que abrirnos camino en el campo lo mejor que pudimos. Estoy emocionado de que mi papá (Frank Arciero Jr) también pueda llegar a esta carrera. Él me inició en el deporte y es divertido celebrar una victoria general con él. Sabíamos que necesitábamos un buen resultado para la posición inicial en la próxima SCORE Baja 1000. Y no podríamos haberlo hecho mejor que llevarnos la victoria hoy”.
REFLEXIONES DE MORGAN
     Al llevar a su equipo a su séptima victoria consecutiva en general y en Pro Moto Unlimited en carreras SCORE durante dos años, Morgan reflexionó después de la carrera: “La carrera fue bastante tranquila; Tuvimos un par de pequeños incidentes sin tener un helicóptero. Ricky tuvo una muy buena caída y se noqueó. Se levantó y logró retroceder un poco. Tuve que hacer lo mejor que pude para recuperar el tiempo cuando recuperé la bicicleta. No hubo problemas mecánicos, la bicicleta estuvo increíble todo el día. Mark lo hizo muy bien y recuperó un buen tiempo. Realizó un recorrido realmente suave por la costa. Ricky está bien, estaba totalmente bien después de que en la carrera sufriera una caída desafortunada. Tenemos mucho sobre lo que construir y trabajar para SCORE Baja 1000. Pero fue un recorrido realmente increíble. Estamos muy contentos de conseguir la victoria".
INVICTO
     Después de tres carreras, sólo quedaban dos corredores invictos en sus respectivas categorías para esta temporada.
     Liderando el grupo estaba el equipo Justin Morgan (Pro Moto Unlimited—No. 1x Honda CRF450R).
 El otro tres veces ganador de la categoría de 2 ruedas en 2019 fue Giovanni Spinali, El Cajon, California (Pro Moto 50—No. 500x Yamaha YZ450FX). Los compañeros de equipo de Spinali fueron Troy Pearce, Ramona, California/John Griffin, Lake Forest, California.
LEYENDA DE SCORE TT
     Conduciendo como piloto sustituto de Clyde Stacy, el ex campeón de puntos de la temporada SCORE Clase 8, Nick Vanderwey, de 52 años, Phoenix ganó la clase SCORE TT Legends para conductores de SCORE Trophy Truck mayores de 50 años por segunda carrera consecutiva. Vanderwey condujo el Chevy Silverado V-16 (Geiser) No. 5L de RPM Racing de Stacy a la victoria en la búsqueda de ganar el campeonato de puntos de la temporada de su clase.
BATALLA POR LA CIMA DE LA SPEC
     En una clase con 25 participantes, el ganador de la clase Trophy Truck Spec por primera vez fue Jorge Sampietro, Ensenada, México, en el Mason-Chevy No. 298. Terminó la carrera con un tiempo ganador de su clase de 9:30:24 (41,02 mph).
     Conduciendo sola en cada carrera, la veterana de motocross y circuito corto Sara Price, de 26 años, Canyon Lake, California, terminó segunda por tercera carrera consecutiva en la clase altamente competitiva Trophy Truck Spec. Price tuvo un tiempo oficial de 9:34:24 en su No. 204 RPM Racing Geiser-Chevy.
REPITIERON TRIUNFOS
     Además de Stacy/Vanderwey en SCORE TT Legend, ganar por segunda vez en tres carreras en el Campeonato Mundial de Desierto 2019 de SCORE fue: Kaden Wells, St. George, Utah (Pro UTV NA, No. 1995 Polaris RZR XP1000), Freddie Willert, El Cajón, California (SCORE Lites, No. 1206 Jimco-VW), Edward Muncey, San Diego (Baja Challenge), No. BC4 Subaru BTC), Marco Peña, Nuevo Casas Grandes, México (Pro Moto Limited, No.120x Husqvarna FC350) y Jason Trubey, Henderson, Nevada (Pro Moto 40, No. 444x Husqvarna FE501).
UNA RUTA MUY DESAFIANTE
     El recorrido de la carrera inaugural de Lucerna SCORE Baja 400 fue finalizado por el presidente de SCORE/director de carrera, José A. Grijalva, de 390 millas. Después de los primeros 32 kilómetros, que se utilizaron en ambas direcciones para la carrera, el recorrido transcurrió en el sentido de las agujas del reloj.
     Hubo tres puntos de control físicos y 103 puntos de control virtuales en el circuito de carreras junto con 13 áreas de zonas de velocidad que suman 71.01 millas del total de 390.20 millas. Los tres puntos de control físico estaban ubicados en Santa Catarina (milla de carrera 96.91), Llano Colorado (milla 230.15) y Santo Tomás (milla 321.94).
     La histórica pista de carreras fue otro ejemplo memorable de todo lo que la Baja California de México tiene para ofrecer, incluidos senderos de tierra de alta velocidad, terreno natural arenoso, rocoso y limoso, majestuosos cañones y lavados de Baja California, se extiende a lo largo de la costa con elevaciones desde el nivel del mar hasta más de 3.000 pies. La ruta fue otra joya que refleja la cruda belleza de Baja California.
     Además de los tres puntos de control físicos, el centro de Ensenada para la salida y la llegada, el área de Ensenada Arroyo y Ojos Negros en ambas direcciones, el recorrido pasó por lugares emblemáticos de Baja California como Héroes de Independencia, Nuevo Junction, Jamau, Valle de Trinidad, el infame 'Goat Trail', el rancho Mike's Sky, Rancho Las Truchas, Rancho Simpson, Colonet, San Antonio Del Mar, Rancho Johnson, Cerro Solo, Eréndira, Acámbaro y Uruapan.
LA CUENTA
     Un total de 189 participantes oficiales para este evento por primera vez incluyeron corredores de 25 estados de los Estados Unidos., el país anfitrión México, Dinamarca, Ecuador, Irlanda, Italia, Perú y España. SCORE Trophy Truck lideró el camino con 36 participantes (incluidos siete en SCORE TT Legend para conductores mayores de 50 años). Además de la marquesina SCORE Trophy Truck, otras clases con cifras de dos cifras fueron Trophy Truck Spec con 25, Pro UTV FI (Forced Induction) con 20, Class 10 con 14 y la Clase 1 ilimitada con 10.
     Las inscripciones de los Estados Unidos incluyeron corredores de Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, Nuevo México, Nueva York, Carolina del Norte, Oregón, Pensilvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia y Washington.

Inaugural SCORE Baja 400
Round 3 of the 4-race 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship
Sept. 21-22, 2019—390 miles–
Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
TOP OVERALL FINISHERS


Top 15 Overall Trucks and Cars

1.  32 Ryan Arciero, 46, Foothill Ranch, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:26:32 (46.20 mph)
2.  31 Andy McMillin, 32, National City, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:28:08 (46.05 mph)    
3.  21 Tavo Vildosola, 37, Mexicali, BC, Mexico, Ford Raptor (Vildosola), (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:28:55 (45.98 mph)
4.  41 Justin Lofton, 33, Brawley, Calif./Matt Loiodice, 36, Descanso, Calif., Ford Raptor (Jimco) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:30:14 (45.86 mph)
5.  10 Alan Ampudia, 28, Ensenada, Mexico/Aaron Ampudia, 26, Ensenada, Mexico/Rodrigo Ampudia, 34, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor (ID) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:30:47 (45.81 mph)
6. 16 Cameron Steele, 51, San Clemente, Calif./Cody Stuart, 33, Capistrano Beach, Calif./ Mike Craft, Corona, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser), (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:30:50 (45.81 mph)
7.  97 B.J. Baldwin, 40, Las Vegas/Todd LeDuc, 40, Peoria, Ariz., Toyota Tundra (ID) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:31:25 (45.76 mph)    
8 40 Chris Miller, 45, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif./Jimmy Nuckles, 50, Brawley, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:33:20 (45.58 mph)    
9.  6 Ricky Johnson, 55, Lake Elsinore, Calif./Larry Connor, 69, Miamisburg, Ohio, Chevy Silverado (Mason) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:35:31 (45.39 mph)
10. 14 Bobby Pecoy, 55, Anaheim, Calif./ Cameron Steele, 51 San Clemente, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:35:57 (45.35 mph)
11. 7 Bryce Menzies, 32, Las Vegas Ford Raptor (Huseman) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:39:35 (45.04 mph) 
12. 83 Luke McMillin, 26, San Diego, Ford F-150 (Racer) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:40:18 (44.97 mph)
1389 Mike Walser, 52, Comfort, Texas/Luke Johnson,27, Sun City, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:43:02 (44.74 mph)
14. 77 Robby Gordon, 50, Charlotte, N.C./Steven Stahovich, 30, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Custom) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:44:07 (44.65 mph)
15.  26 Dave Taylor, 47, Page, Ariz./Ryan Poelman, 42, Orem, Utah/Garrett Poelman, 47, Orem, Utah, Ford Raptor (Geiser) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:44:23 (44.62 mph) 
Top 5 Overall Motorcycles
1.  1x Justin Morgan, 29, El Cajon, Calif./Mark Samuels, 29, Yucca Valley, Calif./Ricky Dietrich, 31, Yucca Valley, Calif., Honda CRF450X (Pro Moto Unlimited), 8:32:30 (45.66 mph)
2.  66x Santiago Creel, 33, Mexico City, Mexico/Brandon Prieto, 32, Ensenada, Mexico/Eric Yorba, Jamul, Calif. KTM 500EXCF, (Pro Moto Unlimited) 8:32:36
3.  5x Colton Udall, 33, San Clemente, Calif./Forrest Minchinton, 27, Cedak Creek, Texas/Nic Garvin, 25, Ladena Ranch, Calif./Derek Ausserbauer, 26, Santa Ynez,Calif., Honda CRF450X (Pro Moto Unlimited) 8:49:58 (44.15 mph)
4.  370x Francisco Septien, 44, Ensenada, Mexico/Shane Esposito, 44, Temecula, Calif./Ricardo Villalobos, 30, Tecate, Mexico, Honda CRF450X (Pro Moto 30), 9:11:31 (42.43 mph)
5.  360x Santiago Creel, 33, Mexico City, Mexico/Kevin Murphy, 42, Camarillo, Calif./Homero Diaz, Metepec, Mexico/Massimo Mangini, Puebla, Mexico (Italy), (Pro Moto 30), KTM 500EXCF, 09:15:27

Inaugural SCORE Baja 400
Round 3 of the 4-race 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship
Sept. 21-22, 2019—390 miles–
Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
TOTAL STARTERS: 189 TOTAL FINISHERS: 146 (77.25 percent)

(from 25 U.S. States, host Mexico, Denmark, Ecuador, Ireland, Italy, Peru, Spain)

 

OFFICIAL FINISHERS

(following complete data tracking review)
Pro Cars, Trucks & UTVs
(Number, driver/rider of record/additional drivers/riders, vehicle, engine)

  SCORE TROPHY TRUCK (Unlimited CustomTrucks including Builder)—1. 32 Ryan Arciero, 46, Foothill Ranch, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith), 8:26:32 (46.20 mph); 2. 31 Andy McMillin, 32, National City, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason), 8:28:09; 3. 21 Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola, 37, Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor (Vildosola), 8:28:56; 4. 41 Justin Lofton, 33, Brawley, Calif./Matt Loiodice, 36, Descanso, Calif., Ford Raptor (Jimco), 8:30:15 5. 10 Alan Ampudia, 28, Ensenada, Mexico/Aaron Ampudia, 26, Ensenada, Mexico/Rodrigo Ampudia, 34, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor (ID), 8:30:48; 6. 16 Cameron Steele, 51, San Clemente, Calif./Cody Stuart, 33, Capistrano Beach, Calif./Mike Craft, Corona, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser), 8:30:50; 7. 97 B.J. Baldwin, 40, Las Vegas/Todd LeDuc, 40, Peoria, Ariz., Toyota Tundra (ID), 8:31:26; 8. 40 Chris Miller, 45, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif./Jimmy Nuckles, 50, Brawley, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason), 8:33:20; 9. 6 Ricky Johnson, 55, Trabuco Canyon, Calif./Larry Connor, 69, Miamisburg, Ohio, Chevy Silverado (Mason), 8:35:31; 10. 14 Bobby Pecoy, 55, Yorba Linda, Calif./Cameron Steele, 51, San Clemente, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser), 8:35:57; 11. 7 Bryce Menzies, 32, Las Vegas, Ford Raptor (Huseman), 8:39:35; 12. 83 Luke McMillin, 26, San Diego, Calif., Ford F-150 (Racer), 8:40:18; 13. 89 Mike Walser, 52, Comfort, Texas/Luke Johnson, 27, Sun City, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason), 8:43:02; 14. 77 Robby Gordon, 50, Charlotte, N.C./Steven Stahovich, 30, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Custom), 8:44:07; 15. 26 Dave Taylor, 47, Page, Ariz./Ryan Poelman, 42, Orem, Utah/Garrett Poelman, 47, Orem, Utah, Ford Raptor (Geiser), 8:44:23; 16.  54 Troy Herbst, 53, Las Vegas/Pat Dean, 50, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith), 8:45:44; 17. 50 Zak Langley, 44, Manhattan Beach, Calif./Kyle Jergensen, 23, Oak Hills, Calif., Ford F-150 (ESM), 8:53:00; 18. 28 Corey Keysar, 52, Colorado Springs, Colo./Max Eddy Jr, 36, Barstow, Calif./Matt Eddy, 36, Oak Hills, Calif., Ford Raptor (TSCO), 9:00:58; 19. 11 Rob MacCachren, 54, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (Geiser), 9:12:59; 20. 27 Jonathan Brenthel, 39, La Cresta, Calif./Jordan Brenthel, 33, Temecula, Calif., Ford Raptor (Brenthel), 9:22:30; 21. 70 Kevin Thompson, 46, New Braunfels, Texas/Harley Letner, 35, Corona, Calif., Ford Raptor (Herbst/Smith), 9:26:05; 22. 85 Michael Lawrence, 31, Banning, Calif./Louis Meyers, 31, Perris, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith), 9:41:20; 23. 33 Todd Tuls, 50, Columbus, Neb./Brad Richards, Bennington, Neb. /Josh Montoya, Encinitas, Calif./Brad Ellis, Barstow, Calif., Ford Raptor (Racer), 10:08:16; 24. 99 Dale Dondel, 54, Murrieta, Calif./Jimmy Nuckles, 51, Brawley, Calif./Max Eddy Jr, 35, Barstow, Calif./Adalberto Cruz, 28, San Diego, Chevy Silverado (Racer), 10:24:40; 25. 9 Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, 24, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Rally Truck (Geiser), 15:29:48
(29 Starters, 25 Finishers)
  SCORE TT LEGEND (Unlimited Production Trucks, Drivers over 50 years old)--1. 5L Nick Vanderwey, 52, Phoenix (DOR-Clyde Stacy, 74, Bristol, Va.), Chevy Rally Truck V-16 (Geiser), 9:08:56 (42.63 mph); 2. 37L Rolf Helland, 60, Morris, Ill./Rick D. Johnson, 53, Barstow, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser),9:17:57; 3. 72L Rob Reinertson, 56, Woodside, Calif./Mike Salimbeni,  52, Lathrop, Calif., Ford F-150 (North American), 9:35:04; 4. 1L Scott Bailey, 59, Riverside, Calif./Gustavo Vildosola, 65, Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor (ID), 9:41:09; 5. 25L Mark Winkelman, 60, Cedar Hills, Texas/Charles Manchester, 55, Stateline, Nev./Ricardo de la Pena, 40, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Jimco), 13:46:03
(7 Starters, 5 Finishers)
  CLASS 1 (Unlimited open-wheel single or two-seaters)--1. 127 Cody Parkhouse, 32, Long Beach, Calif./Brian Parkhouse, 59, Long Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 9:12:02 (42.39 mph); 2. 100 Brad Wilson, 30, Long Beach, Calif./Justin Munyon, 32, San Clemente, Calif, Jimco-Chevy, 9:15:42; 3. 105 Mason Cullen, 20, Long Beach, Calif./Matt Cullen, 51, Long Beach, Calif./Brian Busby, 29, Newport Beach, Calif./Jeff Rucker, 49, Long Beach, Calif./Brian Busby, 49, Newport Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 9:24:38; 4. 114 Al Torres, 34, Imperial Valley, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 9:25:23; 5. 168 Shelby Reid, 51, Apple Valley, Calif./Dale Ebberts, 49, Wilton, Calif., RPI/Jefferies-Chevy, 9:39:54; 6. 129 Brandon Bailey, 37, Riverside, Calif./Jason Dudley, 40, Hemet, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy, 10:15:41; 7. 150 Morgan Langley, 45, Manhattan Beach, Calif./Paul Keller, El Cajon, Calif., ESM-Chevy, 11:49:42; 8. 138 Brian Wilson, 33, Lakewood, Calif./Kyle Quinn, 30, Lakewood, Calif./Ronny Wilson, 57, Long Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 12:42:51; 9. 162 Brendan Gaughan, 44, Las Vegas/Mike Montes, 51, Las Vegas, HMS-Chevy, 14:41:32
(10 Starters, 9 Finishers)
  TROPHY TRUCK SPEC (unlimited Truck/SUV, stock, sealed engines)--1. 298 Jorge Sampietro, 28, Ensenada, Mexico/Jose Castelan, 28, Ensenada, Mexico, Mason-Chevy, 9:30:24 (41.02 mph); 2. 204 Sara Price, 26, Canyon Lake, Calif., Geiser-Chevy, 9:34:25; 3. 299 Charles Dorrance, 44, Austin, Texas/Chuck Dempsey, 50, Oak Hills, Calif./Dylan Herman, Reno, Nev., Geiser-Chevy, 9:34:39; 4. 279 Austin ‘A.J.’ Jones, 23, Litchfield Park, Ariz., TSCO-Chevy, 9:43:12; 5. 209 Rafael Navarro IV, 26, Temecula, Calif./Rafael Navarro III, 50, Temecula, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy, 9:49:39; 6. 274 Elias Hanna, 36, Ensenada, Mexico/Francisco Verdugo, Ensenada, Mexico, HN-Chevy 1500, 9:59:44;  7. 211 Pat Sims, 52, Eunice, N.M./ Jeffrey Wilson, 24, Boulder City, Nev./Tim Wilson, 22, Boulder City, Nev., ESM-Chevy, 9:59:52; 8. 202 Chad Broughton, 24, Scotts Valley, Calif./Paul Broughton, 52, Scotts Valley, Calif., Custom-Chevy, 10:00:37; 9. 220 Craig Christy, 45, Burbank, Calif./Analise Smith, 31, Westchester, Calif., Brenthel-Chevy, 10:22:47; 10. 294 Vincent Munoz, 32, Yucaipa, Calif./Roy Tomkins, 34, Redlands, Calif., ODR-Ford, 10:26:26; 11. 218 Chad Dohrman, 36, Murrieta, Calif./Tim Weston, 33, Corona, Calif./Andrew Ortiz, 33, Menifee, Calif./Charlie Hutchinson, 38, Apple Valley, Calif., Get-Ford, 10:27:56; 12. 270 Kelly McArthur, 42, San Dimas, Calif./John McDiffet, Santa Clarita, Calif.,  Brenthel-Chevy, 10:35:02; 13. 246 James Scully, 39, New York, N.Y. (Ireland)/Chris Pearson, 36, San Diego, Brenthel-Chevy, 10:36:18; 14. 275 Juan Sanchotena, 49, San Diego/Juan Sanchotena Jr, 24, San Diego, SMS-Chevy, 10:56:49; 15. 250 John Langley, 76, Manhattan Beach, Calif./Steve Hengeveld, 43, Flagstaff, Ariz., Mason-Chevy, 11:35:20; 16. 205 Joe Deluce, 40, Las Vegas/Cliff Robinson, 51, Las Vegas/Jose Arzate, 50, Ensenada, Mexico/Dennis Blasko, 42, Henderson, Nev., ESM-Chevy, 11:42:55; 17. 208 Andrew Entwistle, 60, Austin, Texas (New York, N.Y.)/Moses Smith, 43, Cresson, Texas/John Andrew Entwistle, 21, Austin, Texas/Daniel Matthews, 29, Round Rock, Texas, Brenthel-Chevy, 12:01:19; 18. 260 Luis Pelayo, 35, Mexico City, Mexico/Santiago Creel, 32, Mexico City, Mexico/Cristian Castelan, Ensenada, Mexico, Jefferies-Chevy, 12:16:39; 19. 269 Guillermo Zamacona, 38, Mexico City, Mexico/Carlos Larranaga, 39, La Paz, Mexico/Isak Frayle, 28, La Paz, Mexico, Jimco-Ford, 14:18:11; 20. 240 Barry Karakas, Oak Hills, Calif. (DOR-Robert Patton, 56, Fort Worth, Texas), Jimco-Ford, 15:04:03                                                                                                                                                           
(25 Starters, 20 Finishers)
  HAMMER TRUCK UNLIMITED (unlimited, 4-wheel drive Rock Crawler)—1. 4421 Mike Hales, 39, Rogers, Ark./Jesus Quezada, 42, El Paso, Texas/Sidney Seligson, 18, Poway, Calif., Jeep Wrangler, 14:28:56 (26.93 mph)
(1 Starter, 1 Finishers)
  CLASS 10 (Limited, sealed engine, single or two-seaters)--1. 1016 Hiram Duran, 41, Tecate, Mexico/Evan Duran, 46, Tecate, Mexico/Eric Duran, 47, Tecate, Mexico/Eric Fernando Duran, 18, San Diego/Evan Duran, 16, San Diego/Francisco Arriaga, 33, Guadalajara, Mexico, Jimco-Chevy, 9:32:19 (40.89 mph); 2. 1068 Cody Reid, 27, Apple Valley, Calif./Michael Ward, Alumi Craft-Chevy, 9:42:21; 3. 1062 J.J. Schnarr, 46, Reno, Nev./Roberto Romo, 36, Mexicali, Mexico, Alumi Craft-Chevy, 9:44:18; 4. 1008 Chase Warren, 29, Phoenix/Martin Richardson, 41, La Mesa, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy, 9:55:54; 5. 1029 Andres Macias, 33, Chino, Calif./ Alexander Vazquez, 34, Ensenada, Mexico/Abraham Legaspy, 44, Ensenada, Mexico/Edy Legaspy, 23, Ensenada, Mexico, Jimco-Chevy, 10:28:58; 6. 1002 Clay Lawrence, 57, Banning, Calif./Brad Manka, 43, Perris, Calif., LMS-Chevy, 10:35:16; 7. 1087 Ivan Tagle, 32, Chula Vista, Calif./Jaquin Ramirez, 26, Chula Vista, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy, 10:36:51; 8. 1027 Arturo V. Malo, 56, Mexicali, Mexico/Ricardo Malo, 48, Mexicali, Mexico, Alumi Craft-Chevy, 10:48:10; 9. 1026 Hugo Becerra, 25, Ensenada, Mexico/Oscar Soto, 42, Vicente Guerrero, Mexico/Alfredo Rodriguez, 42, Vicente Guerrero, Mexico/David Jimenez, 37, Vicente Guerrero, Mexico, Racer-Honda, 11:11:23; 10. 1022 Rafael Aguirre, 40, Monterrey, Mexico/Adrian Sauceda, 28, Monterrey, Mexico/Agustin Moreno, 27, Monterrey, Mexico/Jorge Sauceda, 36, Monterrey, Mexico, Jefferies-Chevy, 11:28:38; 11. 1048 Kevin Price, 50, Fremont, Calif./Jordan Price, 15, Fremont, Calif.,Tatum-Chevy, 12:35:46
(14 Starters, 11 Finishers)
  CLASS 7 (unlimited, six-cylinder, production appearing trucks or SUVs)--1. 700 Daniel Chamlee, 57, Montecito, Calif., Ford Ranger, 11:06:21 (35.12 mph)
(2 Starters, 1 Finishers)
   CLASS 5 (Unlimited Baja Bugs, VW concept engines allowed)--(2 Starters, 0 Finishers)
  PRO UTV FI (two-seat Forced Induction, OEM engine UTVs)--1. 2989 Wes Miller, 49, Henderson, Nev./Donny Powers, 31, Morgan Hill, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4Turbo, 10:00:49 (38.95 mph); 2. 2905 Marc Burnett, 48, Lakeside, Calif., Can-Am X3, 10:06:03; 3. 2910 Scott Trafton, 38, Alpine, Calif./Dave Price, 62, Alpine, Calif., Polaris RZR Turbo, 10:29:14; 4. 2919 Brandon Schueler, 30, Phoenix/Pat Stone, 50, Payson, Ariz./Miles Martin, 31, Peoria, Ariz., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo, 10:29:34; 5. 2971 Wayne Matlock, 41, Alpine, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo, 10:35:09; 6. 2987 Edgar Garcia Leon, 32, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Nancy Garcia, Can-Am Maverick X3, 10:38:55; 7. 2940 Erick Kozin, 41, Yorba Linda, Calif./Manuel Carranza, 44, Can-Am X3, 10:58:34; 8. 2914 Malcolm Mitchell, 61, Vista, Calif./Martin Christensen, 50 Escondido, Calif. (Denmark)/, Can-Am  Maverick X3, 10:59:57; 9. 2960 Mitchell Alsup, 28, Bakersfield, Calif./Drew Stanton, 21, Ventura, Calif., Can-Am Maverick X3, 11:31:37; 10. 2904 Cory Sappington, 54, Peoria, Ariz./Scott Sappington, 54, Glendale, Ariz./Jason Flanders, 38, Phoenix/Dan Sprague, 42, Colorado/Ryan Johnson, 29, Tempe, Ariz., Can-Am Maverick X3 Max, 11:42:09; 11. 2929 Isaii Guerrero, 43, Chula Vista, Calif./Hector Jimenez, 36, Rosarito Beach, Mexico/Mario Amezcua, 46, Rosarito Beach, Mexico, Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo, 11:42:28; 12. 2931 Craig Scanlon, 45, Helena, Mont. (Yorba Linda, Calif.)/Keith Redstrom, 51, Glendale, Ariz., Polaris RZR Turbo, 13:14:07                                                           
(20 Starters, 12 Finishers)
  SCORE LITES (VW-powered, Limited single-1776cc-or two-seaters-1835cc)--1. 1206 Freddie Willert, 50, El Cajon, Calif./Stan Potter, 56, San Marcos, Calif., Jimco, 10:14:55 (38.05 mph); 2. 1202 Matias Arjona IV, 20, Ensenada, Mexico/Matias Arjona III, 54, Ensenada, Mexico/Franciso Pena, 37, Ensenada, Mexico, Mirage, 10:42:50; 3. 1274 Mike Aguilar, 38, San Marcos, Calif./Adolfo Aguilar Jr, 42, Chula Vista, Calif./Angel Aguilar, 19, Chula Vista, Calif./Fernando Mayoral, 34, Mexicali, Mexico, Porter, 11:45:06; 4. 1234 Steve Jones, 52, Simi Valley, Calif./Phillip Jones, 56, Simi Valley, Calif., Desert Dynamics, 11:59:10; 5. 1212 Martin Lizarraga, 47, Tijuana, Mexico/Jose Rodriguez, 60, Tijuana, Mexico/Oscar Venegas, 48, Rosarito Beach, Calif./Michael Ahearn, 21, Tijuana, Mexico/Guillermo Rodriguez, 36, San Francisco, Calif./Carlos Ortiz, 46, Tijuana, Venegas, 13:14:01; 6. 1229 Doug Satterfield, 42, San Diego/Miguel Viveros, 27, Sacramento, Calif./Kevin Mack, 40, Philadelphia/Billy Reck, 42, San Diego/Roger Noble, 39, Santa Clarita Valley, Calif., Meco, 15:37:52
(8 Starters, 6 Finishers)
  PRO UTV NA (two-seat Normally Aspirated, OEM engine UTVs)--1. 1995 Kaden Wells, 20, St. George, Utah/Ivan Gutierrez, 33, San Felipe, Mexico/Travis Wells, 47, St. George, Utah/Rory L’Hommedieu, 36, Mesquite, Nev., Polaris RZR XP1000, 11:02:01 (35.35 mph); 2. 1956 Joe Bolton, 62, Corona, Calif./Dana Jongs, 63, Temecula, Calif./Austin Bolton, 24, Corona, Calif./Manny Umna, 25, Torrance, Calif./Billy Boyer, Torrance, Calif., Polaris RZR XP41000, 12:06:48; 3. 1908 John Andrew Entwistle, 21, Austin, Texas/Daniel Matthews, 29, Round Rock, Texas/Andrew Entwistle, 60, Austin, Texas (New York), Textron XX, 12:12:29; 4. 1978 T. Bradley Millner, 50, Yuma, Ariz./Ty Rogers, 30, Yuma, Ariz./Pat Bell, 48, Anchorage, Alaska/Kolt Bell, 46, Atlanta, Ga., Polaris RZR XP1000, 13:05:37; 5. 1905 Adrian Escandon, 43, Tijuana, Mexico, Polaris RZR XP1000, 15:46:25
(9 Starters, 5 Finishers)
  CLASS 1/2-1600 (VW-powered, single or two-seaters to 1600cc)--1. 1650 Adolfo Arambula, 51, Ensenada, Mexico/Alan Arambula, 24, Ensenada, Mexico/Octavio Inzuwza, 45, Ensenada, Mexico/Eduardo Acevedo, 45, Ensenada, Mexico, Fraley, 11:06:59 (35.08 mph); 2. 1609 J. David Ruvalcaba, 46, Ensenada, Mexico/ Leonel Ruvalcaba, 39, Ensenada, Mexico/Esteban Cruz, 48, Ensenada, Mexico/Rogelio Panda, 48, Ensenada, Mexico, VBR, 11:16:24; 3. 1616 Angel Barajas, 42, Ensenada, Mexico/Eli Yee, 45, Tijuana, Mexico/Alejandro Corona, 25, Ensenada, Mexico/Alvaro Hirales, 23, Ensenada, Mexico/Ignacio King, 48, Ensenada, Mexico, Barajas, 13:35:31; 4. 1614 Bruce Yee, 19, Chula Vista, Calif./Jose Robles, 40, Mexicali, Mexico/Ignacio King, 47, Ensenada, Mexico/Guillermo Luna, 39, San Diego, Alumi Craft, 14:47:37
(4 Starters, 4 Finishers)
  PRO UTV UNLTD (two-seat unlimited UTV open-displacement)--1. 1850 Jesus Mendez, Jr, 21, Mexicali, Mexico/Felix Garcia, 20, Mexicali, Mexico/Jesus Mendez Sr, 52, Mexicali, Mexico/Francisco Pimental, 38, Mexicali, Mexico, Can-Am XRS, 11:48:49 (33.01 mph); 2. 1851 Herman Johnson, 47, Rio Rancho, N.M./ Austin Johnson, 47, Albuquerque, N.M./Sean Lynch, 45, Los Lunas, N.M., Can-Am XRS Turbo X3, 13:24:51; 3. 1877 Josh Herzing, 32, Cypress, Texas/Travis Herzing, 27, Cypress, Texas/Ryan Blagrave, 19, Cypress, Texas/Josh  Parker, 30, Cypress, Texas, Polaris RZR XP1000, 13:43:03
(3 Starters, 3 Finishers)
  PRO UTV STOCK (Stock UTVs, FI or NA)—1. 3936 Rodrigo Ampudia Jr, 34, Ensenada, Mexico/Melida Ampudia Ibarra, Ensenada, Mexico, Can-Am X3 Turbo, 10:23:30 (37.53 mph)
(1 Starter, 1 Finisher)
CLASS 8—1. 810 Jose Contreras, 35, Tecate, Mexico/Carlos Arce, 34, Tecate, Mexico/Stephen Tucker, 46, Tecate, Mexico/Samuel De La Torre, 42, Lakeside, Calif., Ford F150, 10:39:47 (36.57 mph)
 (2 Starters, 1 Finisher)
  CLASS 3 (Short wheelbase 4X4 based on production vehicles)--
(1 Starters, 0 Finishers)
  BAJA CHALLENGE (Spec, Subaru-powered Baja Touring Cars equipped with BFGoodrich Tires)--1. BC4 Edward Muncey, 48, San Diego/Rob Hartman, 52, Jamul, Calif., 12:58:19 (30.06 mph)
(2 Starters, 1 Finisher)
  CLASS 5-1600 (1600cc VW Baja Bugs)--1. 571 David  Heredia, 53, Hacienda Heights, Calif. (Mexico)/Marco Robles, 50, Ensenada, Mexico/Pedro Avalos, 26, Ensenada, Mexico, 12:45:11 (30.58 mph); 2. 550 Luis Herrera, 38, Granada Hills, Calif./Ernie Negrete, 45, Chula Vista, Calif./Michael Murray, San Diego/Jose Garcia, Sherman Oaks, Calif./Larry Negrete, San Ysidro, Calif./Jim Yourdon, 42, Bend, Ore./Christian Ortiz, San Diego/Francisco Sanchez, Tijuana, Mexico, 15:46:16
(4 Starters, 2 Finishers)
  CLASS 7F (Stock frame, 2 or 4-wheel drive mini or mid-size trucks)--1. 724F Dave Cole, 48, Corona, Calif./Matt Fallis, Temecula, Caif./Dan Fresh, San Clemente, Calif./Mike Kim, San Clemente, Calif., Jeep Gladiator, 13:20:48 (29.22 mph); 2. 714F Justin Park, 43, Encinitas, Calif./Eduardo Perez, Fontana, Calif./Jesus Perez, Fontana, Calif./Frank Cruz, Camalu, Mexico/Jose Cuevas, Camalu, Mexico, Ford Ranger, 15:31:52
(4 Starters, 2 Finishers)
  CLASS 7SX (2 or 4-wheel drive mini or mid-sized trucks)--1. 751 Mike Lesle, 58, Wildomar, Calif./John Holmes, 64, Encinitas, Calif., Jeep Comanche, 13:45:16 (28.35 mph)
(2 Starters, 1 Finisher)
  CLASS 11 (stock VW sedans, safety modifications)--1. 1113 Mario Vazquez, 33, Ensenada, Mexico (DOR-Kent Thygerson, 44, San Diego)/Keith Langford, 41, San Diego/Emanuel Martinez, 31, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico/Luis Perez, 33, Ensenada, Mexico/Jose Alucano, 51, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, 15:18:30 (25.48 mph)
(4 Starters, 1 Finisher)
SPORTSMAN
  SPT UNLTD TRUCK--(1 Starter, 0 Finishers)
  SPT OPEN WHEEL--1. 1500 Diane Giannelli, 61, San Felipe, Mexico/Julie Boyer, 45, Bakersfield, Calif./Rick Boyer, Bakersfield, Calif./Katlyn Cox, Las Vegas/Kayla Cox, Spring Creek, Nev./Kyle Cox, Spring Creek, Nev., Lothringer-VW, 13:46:27 (28.31 mph)
(1 Starter, 1 Finisher)
PRO MOTORCYCLES
  PRO MOTO UNLIMITED (400cc or more)--1. 1x Justin Morgan, 29, El Cajon, Calif./Mark Samuels, 29, Yucca Valley, Calif./Ricky Dietrich, 31, Yucca Valley, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 8:32:30 (45.66 mph); 2. 66x Santiago Creel, 33, Mexico City, Mexico/Brandon Prieto, 32, Ensenada, Mexico/Eric Yorba, Jamul, Calif. KTM 500EXCF, 8:32:36; 3. 5x Colton Udall, 33, San Clemente, Calif./Forrest Minchinton,  27, Huntington Beach, Calif./Nic Garvin, 25, Ladera Ranch, Calif./Derek Ausserbauer, 26, Santa Ynez, Calif., Honda RF450X, 8:49:58; 4. 4x Ray Dal Saglio, 28, Scottsdale, Ariz./Austin Miller, Cedar Creek, Texas/Troy Vanscourt, Norco, Calif./Dylan Gillespie, Alpine, Calif., KTM 450SX-F, 9:21:07
(4 Starters, 4 Finishers)
  PRO MOTO LIMITED (less than 400cc)--1. 120x Marco Pena, 29, Nuevas Casas Grande, Mexico/Mauro Herrera, 21, Ensenada, Mexico/Miguel Cardonez, 30, Latacunga, Ecuador/Brayon Wipermon, 22, Ensenada, Mexico, Husqvarna FC350, 9:18:12 (41.92 mph); 2. 100x Santiago Creel, 33, Mexico City, Mexico/Alejandro Sardi, Mexico City, Mexico, Mexico/Larry Serna, Tijuana, Mexico/Alejandro Sardi, Mexico/Sammy Mantalvan, Mexico, KTM 350EXCF, 9:51:40; 3. 180x Fernando Beltran, 42, Ensenada, Mexico/David Zarate, 29, Los Cabos, Mexico/Javier Ibarra, 19, Tijuana, Mexico/Rodolfo Patron, 38, Tijuana, Mexico/Adan Garcia 21, Ensenada, Mexico/Marco Maclish, 21, Santa Rosalita, Mexico, Yamaha YZ250F, 11:11:00; 4. 121x Ana Rivas, 26, Mexicali, Mexico/Nestor Curiel, 17, Ensenada, Mexico/Bryan Avalos, 18, Palm Springs, Calif./Victor Leyva, 23, Ensenada, Mexico/Roberto Armenta, 25, Erendira, Mexico/Raul Ortega, 20, Ensenada, Mexico, KTM XCF350, 11:16:07
(4 Starters, 4 Finishers)
  PRO MOTO 40 (Riders over 40 years old)--1. 444x Jason Trubey, 44, Henderson, Nev./Chad Thornton, 46, Farmington, N.M./Paul Luce, 43, Albuquerque, N.M, Husqvarna FE501, 10:11:17 (38.28 mph)
(1 Starter, 1 Finisher)
  PRO MOTO 30 (Riders over 30 years old)--1. 370x Francisco Septien, 44, Ensenada, Mexico/Shane Esposito, 44, Temecula, Calif./Roberto Villalobos, 30, Tecate, Mexico, Honda CRF450RX, 9:11:35 (42.43 mph); 2. 360x Santiago Creel, 33, Mexico City, Mexico/Kevin Murphy, 42, Camarillo, Calif./Homero Diaz, Metepec, Mexico/Massimo Mangini, Puebla, Mexico (Italy), KTM 500EXCF, 9:15:27; 3. 308x Ryan Liebelt, 39, Reedley, Calif./Greg Bardonnex, 43, Visalia, Calif./Morgan Crawford, Sanger, Calif./Justin Shultz, 35, Lake Forest, Calif., Yamaha WR450F, 9:47:07; 4. 310x Enrique Fuhrken, 39, Mexico City/Ishwari Macillas, 43, Metepec, Mexico/Abel Burgeno, 47, Mazatlan, Mexico/Gerardo Rojas, 45, San Quintin, Mexico/Alejandro Torres, 41, Comx, Mexico, KTM 500XCW, 10:12:11; 5. 300x Luis Gomez, 38, Obregon, Mexico/Joaquin Platero, 46, Ensenada, Mexico/Rodrigo Gollaz, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda CRF450X, 11:17:41; 6. 325x Jano Montoya, 48, Winter Garden, Fla. (Peru)/Alberto Ruiz, 43, Ensenada, Mexico/Rene Magana, San Diego/Jeff Kawell, 46, San Bernardino, Calif., KTM 450EXCF, 11:43:51; 7. 365x Nick Lanning, 38, Beaumont, Texas/Peter Eiland, 39, Dallas/Ryan Stephens, 41, San Diego/Donald Storck, 43, Houston/Beth Lanning, 40, Albuquerque, N.M., Honda CRF450X, 11:44:46; (7 Starters, 7 Finishers)
  PRO MOTO IRONMAN (Solo Riders)--1. 729x Michael Skurkis, 42, Henderson, Nev., Husqvarna FE501, 10:31:07 (37.08 mph); 2. 734x Bob Kimber, 62, Pagosa Springs, Colo., Honda CRF450X, 14:04:44
(2 Starters, 2 Finishers)
  PRO MOTO 50 (Riders over 50 years old)-- 1. 500x Giovanni Spinali, 53, El Cajon, Calif./ Troy Pearce, 51, Ramona, Calif./John Griffin, 51, Lake Forest, Calif., Yamaha YZ450FX, 9:55:43 (39.28 mph)
(1 Starter, 1 Finisher)
PRO QUADS
  PRO QUAD (Open engine displacement)--1. 21a Adolfo Arellano, 37, Tijuana, Mexico/Francisco Vera, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 9:11:07(42.46 mph); 2. 1a Said Sanchez, 32, Tijuana, Mexico/ Javier Robles Jr, 28, Mexicali, Mexico /Luis Velez, San Felipe, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 9:11:43; 3. 22a Javier Ibarra, 19, San Diego/Marcos Moreno, 51, Tijuana, Mexico/Javier Corona, 38,  San Diego/Jesus Osuna, 19, Mexicali, Mexico/Hector Martinez, 41, Guadalajara, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 10:11:46
(3 Starters, 3 Finishers)
SPORTSMAN
  SPT QUAD--1. 100a Danny Magdalena, 21, Acton, Calif./Jorge Lopez, 26, San Felipe, Mexico/Eddie Bareno, 34, Mexicali, Mexico/Bennie Beltran, 31, Yuma, Ariz./Chris Avalos, 19, Yuma, Ariz., Honda TRX450R, 10:13:16 (38.16 mph); 2. 145a Jovani Marquez, 35, Los Cabos, Mexico/Arturo Mayoral, 34, Tijuana, Mexico/Mario Sanchez, 20, Cabo San Lucas, Calif./Juan Gonzalez, 39, Ensenada, Mexico/Angel Perez, 19, San Felipe, Mexico/Brian Munoz, 18, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 10:47:27; 3. 123a Ismael Hernandez, 39, Escondido, Calif./Hector Comacho, 21, Rosarito Beach, Mexico/Cristobal Quezada, 44, Tijuana, Mexico/Zachary Hayward, 39, San Diego/Jorge Carbajal, 44, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 11:22:24; 4. 124a Ruben Ramos, 38, Ensenada, Mexico/Miguel Olivas, 27, Ensenada,Mexico/Cristobal Banzaga, 37, Ensenada, Mexico/Hiram Agundez, 36, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 11:51:19; 5. 125a Brisa Fernanda Ochoa, 19, Ensenada, Mexico/Liliana Moya, 23, San Diego/Lilia Rodriguez, 44, Chula Vista, Calif./Aline Herrera, 17, Tijuana, Mexico/Juliette Zuniga, 17, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 12:48:09; 6. 112a Daniel Gaytan, 49, Heber, Calif./Alex Camacho, 26, Mexicali, Mexico/Juan Sanchez, 35, Mexicali, Mexico/Carlos Nopoles, 35, Mexicali, Mexico/Carlos Soto, 50, Heber, Calif., Honda TRX450R, 12:48:18; 7. 119a Gustavo Torres, 32, Tecate, Mexico/Arley Torres, 31,Tecate, Mexico/Esteban Ramirez, 22, Tecate, Mexico/Cesar Ramirez, 20, Tecate, Mexico/Alexander Lopez, 19, Tecate, Mexico/Francisco Lizarraga, 22, Tecate, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 13:14:04; 8. 111a Alejandro Bourge, 19, San Felipe, Mexico/Norberto Arce, 35, Ensenada, Mexico/David Bourge, 19, San Felipe, Mexico/Nicolas Nunez, 19, San Diego/David Tambo, 18, El Rosario, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 13:38:32
(8 Starters, 8 Finishers)
  SPT M/C--1. 212x Carlos Silva, 42, Mexicali, Mexico/Oswaldo Moncada, 28, Ensenada, Mexico/Javier Salazar, 22, Tijuana, Mexico/Joel Leal, 45, Mexicali, Mexico/Hector Cardenas, 28, Ensenada, Mexico/Phillip Herrera, 22, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda CRF450X, 10:23:28 (37.53 mph); 2. 201x Scott Borden, 47, Steamboat Springs, Colo./R. Hank Salyer, 46, Steamboat Springs, Colo./Casey O’Donnell, 34, Steamboat Springs, Colo., Yamaha 450YZ, 11:16:37; 3. 284x Nick Robertson, 39(ROR-Shane Schorno, 32, Discovery Bay, Calif.)/Tyler Evangelista, 27/Steve Herstad, 40/Dakota Hilbride, 27, KTM 500EXCF, 11:22:26; 4. 228x  Scott McIntosh, 59, Kent, Wash./Juan Maruiz/Alexis Velarde/Rudolfo Barba, Honda CRF450X, 13:53:33
(4 Starters, 4 Finishers)

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ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico (Sept. 22, 2019) – Running a relatively conservative pace over a rugged, dusty, tight, and twisty race course in the midst of 36 battling ‘monsters’ in his class, third-generation veteran SoCal desert racing champion Ryan Arciero roared to the Overall and SCORE Trophy Truck race victory Saturday by winning the Inaugural SCORE Baja 400 in dramatic fashion in the elapsed-time race. Round 3 of the four-race 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship was held in Mexico’s Baja California, starting and finishing in Ensenada, the seaside port on the Pacific Ocean, 80 miles south of San Diego. The celebratory internationally-televised race on a characteristically challenging, intensely rugged 390-mile course started and finished in front of the historic Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center in the heart of Ensenada.

Ryan Arciero squeezes out overall & SCORE Trophy Truck win, Cody Parkhouse claims Class 1 at Inaugural SCORE Baja 400

Dominic Clark, SCORE Historian

 

SCORE HISTORIAN: Dominic Clark, Dominic@Score-international.com

 

July 5, 2024

 

SCORE Fabulous Flashback–2019

NOTE: With the 2024 SCORE Baja 400 Sept. 11-15, here’s a look back…

 

Miller first overall UTV

Ryan Arciero squeezes out overall & SCORE Trophy Truck win,

Cody Parkhouse claims Class 1 at Inaugural SCORE Baja 400

 

189 official starters in Round 3 of four-race 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship

 

Justin Morgan team earns seventh straight SCORE overall motorcycle win, other class winners include

Vanderwey in SCORE TT Legend, Sampietro, Duran, Wells, Willert, Arambula, Mendez Jr, R. Ampudia,

Muncey, Cole, Leslie, Vazquez, Heredia, Septien, Skurkis, Pena, Spinali

 

NOTE: Texto in Espanol abajo; then finisher’s list from Inaugural SCORE Baja 400 in 2019

 

     ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico (Sept. 22, 2019) – Running a relatively conservative pace over a rugged, dusty, tight, and twisty race course in the midst of 36 battling ‘monsters’ in his class, third-generation veteran SoCal desert racing champion Ryan Arciero roared to the Overall and SCORE Trophy Truck race victory Saturday by winning the Inaugural SCORE Baja 400 in dramatic fashion in the elapsed-time race.

     Round 3 of the four-race 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship was held in Mexico’s Baja California, starting and finishing in Ensenada, the seaside port on the Pacific Ocean, 80 miles south of San Diego.

     The celebratory internationally-televised race on a characteristically challenging, intensely rugged 390-mile course started and finished in front of the historic Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center in the heart of Ensenada.

ARCIERO SOARS

     Ryan Arciero, 46, of Foothill Ranch, Calif., recorded a hard-fought, penalty-free winning time 8 hours, 26 minutes and 32 seconds while averaging 46.20 miles per hour in his No. 32 Levi Arciero Racing Ford F-150 built by Herbst-Smith Fabrication.

     After starting the season with a second-place 33rd SCORE San Felipe 250 in April, Arciero, whose family racing roots extend long and deep including his father Frank Arciero Jr who will be inducted to the Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame on Nov. 3 in Las Vegas, he had a did not finish in the SCORE Baja 500. 

     It was Arciero’s fourth career SCORE Trophy Truck race win and first since 2004 when he won the SCORE Baja 500 with Mark Miller.

FINAL FLAG

     When the final checkered flag fell, a total of 189 vehicles left the start line early Saturday morning with racers from 25 U.S. States and eight countries. When the course closed at 3:58 a.m. PT on Sunday, there were 146 official finishers for an unusually high 77.25 finishing percentage, especially considering the difficulty of the race course. The results were made official following complete data tracking review of the devices on each vehicle in the event late Sunday morning.

THE PODIUM

     Joining Ryan Arciero on the podium were San Diego’s Andy McMillin, who won the first two races of the 2019 SCORE World Desert Racing Championship and Mexico’s Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr.

     McMillin, 32, who debuted a sparkling new all-wheel drive No. 31 McMillin Racing Chevy Silverado built by Mason Motorsports, finished second with a time of 8:28:09 (46.05mph) and Vildosola Jr, 37, of Mexicali, with a finishing time of 8:28:56 (45.98mph) in his No. 21 Vildosola Racing Ford Raptor (Vildosola) for third place.

MORGAN WINS MOTO OVERALL

     Riding the No. 1x Honda CRF450X, Justin Morgan, 27, El Cajon, Calif. and his three-rider team raced to the overall motorcycle victory for his seventh consecutive overall motorcycle win in the SCORE World Desert Championship. The trio crossed the finish line in 8:32:30 with an average speed of 45.66mph.

      Morgan split the riding with Mark Samuels, Yucca Valley, Calif. and Ricky Dietrich, of Yucca Valley, Calif.

      Morgan rode from the start to race mile 190, Samuels rode from there to El Cambro, and Dietrich from there to about 30 miles from the finish and Morgan rode the final stretch that he drove on the start.

     Starting first among the motorcycles and never relinquishing the physical lead, the 1x team held of Mexico’s Santiago Creel and his 66x team by a mere 6.14 seconds in the elapsed time race. Creel, the international motorcycle rally racer from Mexico City who raced in four classes in this race, teamed with Brandon Prieto of Ensenada, Mexico and Eric Yorba of Jamul, Calif. on a KTM 500EXCF.

     As rider of record, Creel’s teams also finished second in Pro Moto Limited and second in Pro Moto 30. As a co-driver for Luis Pelayo, also of Mexico City, Creel finished 18th in Trophy Truck Spec.

TOP 19 OVERALL ALL SCORE TROPHY TRUCKS

     Besides podium finishers Arciero, A. McMillin and Vildosola Jr, all of the top 19 overall four-wheel vehicle finishers were SCORE Trophy Trucks. SCORE Trophy Truck had a race-high 36 vehicles (including seven in SCORE TT Legend for drivers over 50) start the race. SCORE Trophy Truck is the marquee racing division in the sport for high-tech, 950 horsepower unlimited custom trucks. The class was created by SCORE 26 years ago (1994).

     All among the top 19 overall four-wheel vehicle finishers after penalties were assessed, fourth in SCORE Trophy Truck was Justin Lofton, Brawley, Calif. (No. 41 Ford Raptor-Jimco), fifth was brothers Alan, Aaron and Rodrigo Ampudia of Ensenada, Mexico (No. 10 Ford Raptor-ID), sixth was Cameron Steele, San Clemente, Calif. (No. 16 Ford Raptor-Geiser),  seventh in class was Las Vegas’ B.J. Baldwin (No. 97 Toyota Tundra-ID) and eighth was Chris Miller, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. (No. 40 Chevy Silverado-Mason).

     Finishing ninth in SCORE Trophy Truck and overall 4-wheel vehicle was Ricky Johnson, Trabuco Canyon, Calif. (No. 6 Chevy Silverado-Mason) and 10th was Bobby Pecoy, Anaheim, Calif. (No. 14 Ford Raptor-Geiser).

OVERALL UTV

     Defeating 20 starters in his class and 34 total UTVs to win the overall UTV win title in this year’s race was veteran racer Wes Miller, Henderson, Nev., with a winning time of 10:00:50 in his No. 2975 Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo. He also won his Pro UTV FI (Forced Induction) class and he began his career racing on a quad over 20 years ago.

CLASS 1 SUPERLATIVE

     Second generation SCORE desert racer Cody Parkhouse, Long Beach, Calif., captured the unlimited Class 1 while finishing 21st overall among four-wheel vehicles in the No. 127 Chevy-powered Jimco open-wheel desert race car. His winning effort was completed in a penalty-free 9:12:02 (42.39mph). He defeated 10 starters in his class. Finishing second behind Parkhouse, three minutes, 40 seconds behind Parkhouse, was reigning SCORE Class 1 season point champion Brad Wilson, Long Beach, Calif., in the No. 100 Jimco-Chevy.

ARCIERO COMMENTS

     Enjoying his joyous victory celebration with his famous father and team at the finish line, Arciero said, “It was a great race for us. We started in the middle of the SCORE Trophy Truck field and I knew Andy McMillin was just two trucks in front of us. I used Andy as a guide for most of the race. Everything was smooth for us today and the new Joe Gibbs Racing motor was sensational. Great power and we have NASCAR guys in off-road which is a super crossover in the sport. We didn’t quite know where we stood overall with so many trucks bunched up and running very close.”

     “The dust made it tougher for the SCORE Trophy Trucks and we just had to work our way through the field as best we could. I’m excited that my dad (Frank Arciero Jr) could make it down to this race too. He got me started in the sport and it’s fun to celebrate an overall win with him. We knew we needed a good finish for the starting position in the upcoming SCORE Baja 1000. And we couldn’t have done better than taking the victory today.”

MORGAN REFLECTIONS

     Leading his team to its seventh consecutive overall and Pro Moto Unlimited race win in SCORE races over two years, Morgan reflected after the race, “The race was fairly smooth; we had a couple small close calls without having a helicopter. Ricky had a really good crash and knocked himself out. He got up and managed to make a little time back. I had to do my best to make up the time when I got the bike back. No mechanical issues the bike was awesome all day. Mark did really good and made up some good time. He rode the course really smooth up the coast. Ricky is fine he was totally ok after the race just had an unlucky crash. We have lots to build on and work on for the SCORE Baja 1000. But it was a really awesome course to run. We are really happy to get the win."

UNBEATEN

     After three races, there remained just two unbeaten racers in their respective classes for this season.

     Leading the group was the Justin Morgan team (Pro Moto Unlimited—No. 1x Honda CRF450R).

     The other three-time 2019 2-wheel class winner was Giovanni Spinali, El Cajon, Calif. (Pro Moto 50—No. 500x Yamaha YZ450FX). Spinali’s teammates were Troy Pearce, Ramona, Calif./John Griffin, Lake Forest, Calif.

SCORE TT LEGEND

     Driving as a substitute driver for Clyde Stacy, former SCORE Class 8 season point champion Nick Vanderwey, 52, Phoenix won SCORE TT Legends class for SCORE Trophy Truck drivers over 50 years old for the second straight race. Vanderwey drove Stacy’s RPM Racing No. 5L Chevy Silverado V-16 (Geiser) to victory in the hunt to win the class season point championship.

TROPHY TRUCK SPEC BATTLE

     In a class with 25 starters, winning the Trophy Truck Spec class for the first time was Jorge Sampietro, Ensenada, Mexico in the No. 298 Mason-Chevy. He finished the race with a class-winning time 9:30:24 (41.02mph).

     Driving solo in each race, motocross and short course veteran Sara Price, 26, Canyon Lake, Calif., finished second for the third straight race in the highly-competitive Trophy Truck Spec class. Price had an official time of 9:34:24 in her No. 204 RPM Racing Geiser-Chevy.

TWO TIMERS

     Besides Stacy/Vanderwey in SCORE TT Legend, winning for the second time in three races in the 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship were: Kaden Wells, St. George, Utah (Pro UTV NA, No. 1995 Polaris RZR XP1000), Freddie Willert, El Cajon, Calif. (SCORE Lites, No. 1206 Jimco-VW), Edward Muncey, San Diego (Baja Challenge, No. BC4 Subaru BTC), Marco Pena, Nuevo Casas Grandes, Mexico (Pro Moto Limited, No.120x Husqvarna FC350) and Jason Trubey, Henderson, Nev. (Pro Moto 40, No. 444x Husqvarna FE501).

CHALLENGING COURSE

    The race course for the Inaugural Lucerna SCORE Baja 400 was finalized by SCORE President/Race Director Jose A. Grijalva of 390 miles. After the first 19.6 miles which was used in both directions for the race, the course ran in a clockwise direction.

     There were three physical checkpoints and 103 virtual checkpoints on the race course along with 13 speed zone areas that total 71.01 miles of the total 390.20 miles. The three physical checkpoints were located at Santa Catarina (race-mile 96.91), Llano Colorado (rm 230.15) and Santo Tomas (rm 321.94).

     The historic race course was another memorable example of all that Mexico’s Baja California has to offer, including high-speed dirt trails, sandy, rocky and silty natural terrain, majestic Baja washes and canyons, stretches along the seashore with elevations from sea level to over 3,000 feet. The course was another jewel reflecting the stark beauty of Baja California.

     In addition to the three physical checkpoints, central Ensenada for the start and finish, the Ensenada Arroyo and Ojos Negros area in both directions, the course went through such landmark Baja California locations as Heroes de Independencia, Nuevo Junction, Jamau, Valle de Trinidad, the infamous ‘Goat Trail’, Mike’s Sky Rancho, Rancho Las Truchas, Rancho Simpson, Colonet, San Antonio Del Mar, Rancho Johnson, Cerro Solo, Erendira, Acambaro and Uruapan.

THE COUNT

    A total of 189 official starters for this first-time event included racers from 25 U.S. States, host country Mexico, Denmark, Ecuador, Ireland, Italy, Peru and Spain. SCORE Trophy Truck led the way with 36 starters (including seven in SCORE TT Legend for drivers over 50 years old). Besides the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck, other classes with double-figure were Trophy Truck Spec with 25, Pro UTV FI (Forced Induction) with 20, Class 10 with 14 and the unlimited Class 1 with 10.

     Entries from the USA included racers from Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Washington.

 

HISTORIADOR DE SCORE: Dominic Clark, Dominic@Score-international.com

 

5 de julio de 2024

SCORE Fabuloso Flashback–2019

NOTA: Con la SCORE Baja 400 2024 del 11 al 15 de Septiembre, aquí hay una mirada hacia el pasado...

 

Miller primer UTV overall

Ryan Arciero logra la victoria overall y SCORE Trophy Truck,

C. Parkhouse reclama la Clase 1 en el debut de la SCORE Baja 400

 

189 participantes oficiales en la Ronda 3 del Campeonato Mundial del Desierto 20219 de SCORE de cuatro carreras

 

El equipo de Justin Morgan obtiene la séptima victoria consecutiva en SCORE en forma general dentro de las motocicletas; otros ganadores de su clase incluyen a Vanderwey en SCORE TT Legend, Sampietro, Duran, Wells, Willert, Arámbula, Méndez Jr,

R. Ampudia Jr, Muncey, Cole, Leslie, Vázquez, Heredia, Septién, Skurkis, Peña, Spinali

 

     ENSENADA, Baja California, México (22 de septiembre de 2019) – Corriendo a un ritmo relativamente conservador en un circuito de carreras accidentado, polvoriento, estrecho y sinuoso en medio de 36 "monstruos" que luchan en su clase, el veterano de tercera generación del desierto del sur de California El campeón de carreras Ryan Arciero rugió hacia la victoria general y de la carrera SCORE Trophy Truck el sábado al ganar la SCORE Baja 400 inaugural de manera dramática en la carrera de tiempo transcurrido.

     La tercera ronda del Campeonato Mundial del Desierto 2019 de SCORE de cuatro carreras se llevó a cabo en Baja California, México, comenzando y terminando en Ensenada, el puerto costero en el Océano Pacífico, 80 millas al sur de San Diego.

     La carrera de celebración televisada internacionalmente en un recorrido de 390 millas característicamente desafiante e intensamente accidentado comenzó y terminó frente al histórico Centro Cultural Riviera del Pacífico en el corazón de Ensenada.

ARCIERO SE ELEVA

     Ryan Arciero, de 46 años de edad, de Foothill Ranch, California, registró un tiempo de victoria reñido y sin penalizaciones de 8 horas, 26 minutos y 32 segundos, con un promedio de 46,20 millas por hora en su Ford F-150 No. 32 Levi Arciero Racing construida. por Fabricación Herbst-Smith.

     Después de comenzar la temporada con un segundo lugar en el puesto 33 de SCORE San Felipe 250 en abril, Arciero, cuyas raíces familiares en las carreras son largas y profundas, incluido su padre Frank Arciero Jr, quien será incluido en el Salón de la Fama de los deportes de motor todoterreno el 3 de noviembre. En Las Vegas, no terminó en la SCORE Baja 500.

     Fue la cuarta victoria de Arciero en una carrera SCORE Trophy Truck y la primera desde 2004, cuando ganó la SCORE Baja 500 con Mark Miller.

BANDERA FINAL

     Cuando cayó la última bandera a cuadros, un total de 189 vehículos abandonaron la línea de salida la madrugada del sábado con corredores de 25 estados de EE. UU. y ocho países. Cuando el recorrido cerró a las 3:58 a. m. PT del domingo, había 146 finalistas oficiales para un porcentaje de finalización inusualmente alto de 77,25, especialmente considerando la dificultad del recorrido. Los resultados se hicieron oficiales luego de una revisión completa del seguimiento de datos de los dispositivos en cada vehículo en el evento el domingo por la mañana.

EL PODIO

     Junto a Ryan Arciero en el podio estaban Andy McMillin de San Diego, quien ganó las dos primeras carreras del Campeonato Mundial del Desierto 2019 de SCORE y Gustavo 'Tavo' Vildosola Jr. de México.

     McMillin, de 32 años, quien estrenó una nueva y brillante Chevy Silverado No. 31 McMillin Racing con tracción total construida por Mason Motorsports, terminó segundo con un tiempo de 8:28:09 (46.05 mph) y Vildosola Jr, de 37 años, de Mexicali, con un tiempo final de 8:28:56 (45.98 mph) en su Ford Raptor No. 21 Vildosola Racing (Vildosola) para el tercer lugar.

MORGAN GANA EL OVERALL EN LAS MOTOS

     Montando la Honda CRF450X No. 1x, Justin Morgan, de 27 años, El Cajon, California, y su equipo de tres pilotos corrieron hacia la victoria general en motocicletas para su séptima victoria general consecutiva en motocicletas en el Campeonato Mundial del Desierto de SCORE. El trío cruzó la línea de meta en 8:32:30 con una velocidad promedio de 45,66 mph.

     Morgan compartió la conducción con Mark Samuels, Yucca Valley, California y Ricky Dietrich, de Yucca Valley, California.

     Morgan montó desde la salida hasta la milla 190, Samuels montó desde allí hasta El Cambro, y Dietrich desde allí hasta unas 30 millas de la meta y Morgan montó el tramo final que condujo en la salida.

     Partiendo primero entre las motos y sin perder nunca el liderato físico, el equipo 1x superó al mexicano Santiago Creel y su equipo 66x por apenas 6.14 segundos en la carrera de tiempo transcurrido. Creel, el piloto internacional de rallys de motocicletas de la Ciudad de México que corrió en cuatro clases en esta carrera, se asoció con Brandon Prieto de Ensenada, México y Eric Yorba de Jamul, California en una KTM 500EXCF.

     Como piloto récord, los equipos de Creel también terminaron segundos en Pro Moto Limited y segundos en Pro Moto 30. Como copiloto de Luis Pelayo, también de la Ciudad de México, Creel terminó 18° en Trophy Truck Spec.

EL TOP 19 OVERALL Y LOS SCORE TROPHY TRUCKS

     Además de los finalistas del podio Arciero, A. McMillin y Vildosola Jr, los 19 primeros clasificados en vehículos de cuatro ruedas fueron SCORE Trophy Truck. SCORE Trophy Truck tuvo un total de 36 vehículos (incluidos siete en SCORE TT Legend para conductores mayores de 50 años) que comenzaron la carrera. SCORE Trophy Truck es la principal división de carreras del deporte para camionetas personalizadas ilimitadas de alta tecnología y 1000 caballos de fuerza. la clase w creado por SCORE hace 26 años (1994).

      Todos entre los 19 primeros clasificados en vehículos de cuatro ruedas después de que se aplicaran las sanciones, el cuarto lugar en SCORE Trophy Truck fue Justin Lofton, Brawley, California (Ford Raptor-Jimco No. 41), el quinto lugar fueron los hermanos Alan, Aaron y Rodrigo Ampudia de Ensenada. , México (Ford Raptor-ID No. 10), sexto fue Cameron Steele, San Clemente, California (Ford Raptor-Geiser No. 16), séptimo en su clase fue B.J. Baldwin de Las Vegas (Toyota Tundra-ID No. 97) y octavo fue Chris Miller, Rancho Santa Fe, California (Chevy Silverado-Mason No. 40).

      Ricky Johnson, de Trabuco Canyon, California (No. 6 Chevy Silverado-Mason) terminó noveno en SCORE Trophy Truck y en general en vehículos de 4 ruedas y décimo fue Bobby Pecoy, Anaheim, California (No. 14 Ford Raptor-Geiser).

UTV OVERALL

     Derrotando a 20 participantes en su clase y 34 UTV en total para ganar el título general de UTV en la carrera de este año fue el corredor veterano Wes Miller, Henderson, Nevada, con un tiempo ganador de 10:00:50 en su Polaris RZR XP4 No. 2975. Turbo. También ganó su clase Pro UTV FI (Inducción Forzada) y comenzó su carrera compitiendo en un quad hace más de 20 años.

CLASE 1 AL ALZA

     El corredor SCORE del desierto de segunda generación, Cody Parkhouse, de Long Beach, California, capturó la Clase 1 ilimitada y terminó en el puesto 21 en la general entre vehículos de cuatro ruedas en el auto de carreras de desierto Jimco de ruedas abiertas con motor Chevy No. 127. Su esfuerzo ganador se completó en 9:12:02 (42,39 mph) sin penalización. Derrotó a 10 titulares de su clase. Terminando segundo detrás de Parkhouse, tres minutos y 40 segundos detrás de Parkhouse, estaba el actual campeón de puntos de la temporada SCORE Clase 1, Brad Wilson, de Long Beach, California, en el Jimco-Chevy No. 100.

COMENTARIOS DE ARCIERO

     Disfrutando de la alegre celebración de la victoria con su famoso padre y su equipo en la línea de meta, Arciero dijo: “Fue una gran carrera para nosotros. Comenzamos en medio del campo de SCORE Trophy Truck y sabía que Andy McMillin estaba solo dos camiones delante de nosotros. Utilicé a Andy como guía durante la mayor parte de la carrera. Todo estuvo bien para nosotros hoy y el nuevo motor Joe Gibbs Racing estuvo sensacional. Gran potencia y tenemos muchachos de NASCAR en todo terreno, lo cual es un súper crossover en el deporte. No sabíamos muy bien dónde estábamos en general con tantos camiones apiñados y corriendo muy cerca”.

     “El polvo hizo que las cosas fueran más difíciles para los SCORE Trophy Trucks y tuvimos que abrirnos camino en el campo lo mejor que pudimos. Estoy emocionado de que mi papá (Frank Arciero Jr) también pueda llegar a esta carrera. Él me inició en el deporte y es divertido celebrar una victoria general con él. Sabíamos que necesitábamos un buen resultado para la posición inicial en la próxima SCORE Baja 1000. Y no podríamos haberlo hecho mejor que llevarnos la victoria hoy”.

REFLEXIONES DE MORGAN

     Al llevar a su equipo a su séptima victoria consecutiva en general y en Pro Moto Unlimited en carreras SCORE durante dos años, Morgan reflexionó después de la carrera: “La carrera fue bastante tranquila; Tuvimos un par de pequeños incidentes sin tener un helicóptero. Ricky tuvo una muy buena caída y se noqueó. Se levantó y logró retroceder un poco. Tuve que hacer lo mejor que pude para recuperar el tiempo cuando recuperé la bicicleta. No hubo problemas mecánicos, la bicicleta estuvo increíble todo el día. Mark lo hizo muy bien y recuperó un buen tiempo. Realizó un recorrido realmente suave por la costa. Ricky está bien, estaba totalmente bien después de que en la carrera sufriera una caída desafortunada. Tenemos mucho sobre lo que construir y trabajar para SCORE Baja 1000. Pero fue un recorrido realmente increíble. Estamos muy contentos de conseguir la victoria".

INVICTO

     Después de tres carreras, sólo quedaban dos corredores invictos en sus respectivas categorías para esta temporada.

     Liderando el grupo estaba el equipo Justin Morgan (Pro Moto Unlimited—No. 1x Honda CRF450R).

 El otro tres veces ganador de la categoría de 2 ruedas en 2019 fue Giovanni Spinali, El Cajon, California (Pro Moto 50—No. 500x Yamaha YZ450FX). Los compañeros de equipo de Spinali fueron Troy Pearce, Ramona, California/John Griffin, Lake Forest, California.

LEYENDA DE SCORE TT

     Conduciendo como piloto sustituto de Clyde Stacy, el ex campeón de puntos de la temporada SCORE Clase 8, Nick Vanderwey, de 52 años, Phoenix ganó la clase SCORE TT Legends para conductores de SCORE Trophy Truck mayores de 50 años por segunda carrera consecutiva. Vanderwey condujo el Chevy Silverado V-16 (Geiser) No. 5L de RPM Racing de Stacy a la victoria en la búsqueda de ganar el campeonato de puntos de la temporada de su clase.

BATALLA POR LA CIMA DE LA SPEC

     En una clase con 25 participantes, el ganador de la clase Trophy Truck Spec por primera vez fue Jorge Sampietro, Ensenada, México, en el Mason-Chevy No. 298. Terminó la carrera con un tiempo ganador de su clase de 9:30:24 (41,02 mph).

     Conduciendo sola en cada carrera, la veterana de motocross y circuito corto Sara Price, de 26 años, Canyon Lake, California, terminó segunda por tercera carrera consecutiva en la clase altamente competitiva Trophy Truck Spec. Price tuvo un tiempo oficial de 9:34:24 en su No. 204 RPM Racing Geiser-Chevy.

REPITIERON TRIUNFOS

     Además de Stacy/Vanderwey en SCORE TT Legend, ganar por segunda vez en tres carreras en el Campeonato Mundial de Desierto 2019 de SCORE fue: Kaden Wells, St. George, Utah (Pro UTV NA, No. 1995 Polaris RZR XP1000), Freddie Willert, El Cajón, California (SCORE Lites, No. 1206 Jimco-VW), Edward Muncey, San Diego (Baja Challenge), No. BC4 Subaru BTC), Marco Peña, Nuevo Casas Grandes, México (Pro Moto Limited, No.120x Husqvarna FC350) y Jason Trubey, Henderson, Nevada (Pro Moto 40, No. 444x Husqvarna FE501).

UNA RUTA MUY DESAFIANTE

     El recorrido de la carrera inaugural de Lucerna SCORE Baja 400 fue finalizado por el presidente de SCORE/director de carrera, José A. Grijalva, de 390 millas. Después de los primeros 32 kilómetros, que se utilizaron en ambas direcciones para la carrera, el recorrido transcurrió en el sentido de las agujas del reloj.

     Hubo tres puntos de control físicos y 103 puntos de control virtuales en el circuito de carreras junto con 13 áreas de zonas de velocidad que suman 71.01 millas del total de 390.20 millas. Los tres puntos de control físico estaban ubicados en Santa Catarina (milla de carrera 96.91), Llano Colorado (milla 230.15) y Santo Tomás (milla 321.94).

     La histórica pista de carreras fue otro ejemplo memorable de todo lo que la Baja California de México tiene para ofrecer, incluidos senderos de tierra de alta velocidad, terreno natural arenoso, rocoso y limoso, majestuosos cañones y lavados de Baja California, se extiende a lo largo de la costa con elevaciones desde el nivel del mar hasta más de 3.000 pies. La ruta fue otra joya que refleja la cruda belleza de Baja California.

     Además de los tres puntos de control físicos, el centro de Ensenada para la salida y la llegada, el área de Ensenada Arroyo y Ojos Negros en ambas direcciones, el recorrido pasó por lugares emblemáticos de Baja California como Héroes de Independencia, Nuevo Junction, Jamau, Valle de Trinidad, el infame 'Goat Trail', el rancho Mike's Sky, Rancho Las Truchas, Rancho Simpson, Colonet, San Antonio Del Mar, Rancho Johnson, Cerro Solo, Eréndira, Acámbaro y Uruapan.

LA CUENTA

     Un total de 189 participantes oficiales para este evento por primera vez incluyeron corredores de 25 estados de los Estados Unidos., el país anfitrión México, Dinamarca, Ecuador, Irlanda, Italia, Perú y España. SCORE Trophy Truck lideró el camino con 36 participantes (incluidos siete en SCORE TT Legend para conductores mayores de 50 años). Además de la marquesina SCORE Trophy Truck, otras clases con cifras de dos cifras fueron Trophy Truck Spec con 25, Pro UTV FI (Forced Induction) con 20, Class 10 con 14 y la Clase 1 ilimitada con 10.

     Las inscripciones de los Estados Unidos incluyeron corredores de Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, Nuevo México, Nueva York, Carolina del Norte, Oregón, Pensilvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia y Washington.

Inaugural SCORE Baja 400

Round 3 of the four-race 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship

Sept. 21-22, 2019—390 miles–Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

TOP OVERALL FINISHERS

Pro Cars, Trucks & UTVs

Top 15 Overall Trucks and Cars

1.  32 Ryan Arciero, 46, Foothill Ranch, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:26:32 (46.20 mph)

2.  31 Andy McMillin, 32, National City, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:28:08 (46.05 mph)    
3.  21 Tavo Vildosola, 37, Mexicali, BC, Mexico, Ford Raptor (Vildosola), (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:28:55 (45.98 mph)

4.  41 Justin Lofton, 33, Brawley, Calif./Matt Loiodice, 36, Descanso, Calif., Ford Raptor (Jimco) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:30:14 (45.86 mph)

5.  10 Alan Ampudia, 28, Ensenada, Mexico/Aaron Ampudia, 26, Ensenada, Mexico/Rodrigo Ampudia, 34, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor (ID) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:30:47 (45.81 mph)
6. 16 Cameron Steele, 51, San Clemente, Calif./Cody Stuart, 33, Capistrano Beach, Calif./ Mike Craft, Corona, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser), (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:30:50 (45.81 mph)
7.  97 B.J. Baldwin, 40, Las Vegas/Todd LeDuc, 40, Peoria, Ariz., Toyota Tundra (ID) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:31:25 (45.76 mph)    
8 40 Chris Miller, 45, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif./Jimmy Nuckles, 50, Brawley, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:33:20 (45.58 mph)    
9.  6 Ricky Johnson, 55, Lake Elsinore, Calif./Larry Connor, 69, Miamisburg, Ohio, Chevy Silverado (Mason) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:35:31 (45.39 mph)

10. 14 Bobby Pecoy, 55, Anaheim, Calif./ Cameron Steele, 51 San Clemente, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:35:57 (45.35 mph)
11. 7 Bryce Menzies, 32, Las Vegas Ford Raptor (Huseman) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:39:35 (45.04 mph) 
12. 83 Luke McMillin, 26, San Diego, Ford F-150 (Racer) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:40:18 (44.97 mph)
1389 Mike Walser, 52, Comfort, Texas/Luke Johnson,27, Sun City, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:43:02 (44.74 mph)

14. 77 Robby Gordon, 50, Charlotte, N.C./Steven Stahovich, 30, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Custom) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:44:07 (44.65 mph)
15.  26 Dave Taylor, 47, Page, Ariz./Ryan Poelman, 42, Orem, Utah/Garrett Poelman, 47, Orem, Utah, Ford Raptor (Geiser) (SCORE Trophy Truck), 8:44:23 (44.62 mph) 

Top 5 Overall Motorcycles

1.  1x Justin Morgan, 29, El Cajon, Calif./Mark Samuels, 29, Yucca Valley, Calif./Ricky Dietrich, 31, Yucca Valley, Calif., Honda CRF450X (Pro Moto Unlimited), 8:32:30 (45.66 mph)
2.  66x Santiago Creel, 33, Mexico City, Mexico/Brandon Prieto, 32, Ensenada, Mexico/Eric Yorba, Jamul, Calif. KTM 500EXCF, (Pro Moto Unlimited) 8:32:36

3.  5x Colton Udall, 33, San Clemente, Calif./Forrest Minchinton, 27, Cedak Creek, Texas/Nic Garvin, 25, Ladena Ranch, Calif./Derek Ausserbauer, 26, Santa Ynez,Calif., Honda CRF450X (Pro Moto Unlimited) 8:49:58 (44.15 mph)

4.  370x Francisco Septien, 44, Ensenada, Mexico/Shane Esposito, 44, Temecula, Calif./Ricardo Villalobos, 30, Tecate, Mexico, Honda CRF450X (Pro Moto 30), 9:11:31 (42.43 mph)
5.  360x Santiago Creel, 33, Mexico City, Mexico/Kevin Murphy, 42, Camarillo, Calif./Homero Diaz, Metepec, Mexico/Massimo Mangini, Puebla, Mexico (Italy), (Pro Moto 30), KTM 500EXCF, 09:15:27

Inaugural Lucerna SCORE Baja 400

Round 3 of the four-race 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship

Sept. 21-22, 2019—390 miles–Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

TOTAL STARTERS: 189 TOTAL FINISHERS: 146 (77.25 percent)

(from 25 U.S. States, host Mexico, Denmark, Ecuador, Ireland, Italy, Peru, Spain)

 

OFFICIAL FINISHERS

(following complete data tracking review)

Pro Cars, Trucks & UTVs

(Number, driver/rider of record/additional drivers/riders, vehicle, engine)

  SCORE TROPHY TRUCK (Unlimited CustomTrucks including Builder)—1. 32 Ryan Arciero, 46, Foothill Ranch, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith), 8:26:32 (46.20 mph); 2. 31 Andy McMillin, 32, National City, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason), 8:28:09; 3. 21 Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola, 37, Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor (Vildosola), 8:28:56; 4. 41 Justin Lofton, 33, Brawley, Calif./Matt Loiodice, 36, Descanso, Calif., Ford Raptor (Jimco), 8:30:15 5. 10 Alan Ampudia, 28, Ensenada, Mexico/Aaron Ampudia, 26, Ensenada, Mexico/Rodrigo Ampudia, 34, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor (ID), 8:30:48; 6. 16 Cameron Steele, 51, San Clemente, Calif./Cody Stuart, 33, Capistrano Beach, Calif./Mike Craft, Corona, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser), 8:30:50; 7. 97 B.J. Baldwin, 40, Las Vegas/Todd LeDuc, 40, Peoria, Ariz., Toyota Tundra (ID), 8:31:26; 8. 40 Chris Miller, 45, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif./Jimmy Nuckles, 50, Brawley, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason), 8:33:20; 9. 6 Ricky Johnson, 55, Trabuco Canyon, Calif./Larry Connor, 69, Miamisburg, Ohio, Chevy Silverado (Mason), 8:35:31; 10. 14 Bobby Pecoy, 55, Yorba Linda, Calif./Cameron Steele, 51, San Clemente, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser), 8:35:57; 11. 7 Bryce Menzies, 32, Las Vegas, Ford Raptor (Huseman), 8:39:35; 12. 83 Luke McMillin, 26, San Diego, Calif., Ford F-150 (Racer), 8:40:18; 13. 89 Mike Walser, 52, Comfort, Texas/Luke Johnson, 27, Sun City, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason), 8:43:02; 14. 77 Robby Gordon, 50, Charlotte, N.C./Steven Stahovich, 30, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Custom), 8:44:07; 15. 26 Dave Taylor, 47, Page, Ariz./Ryan Poelman, 42, Orem, Utah/Garrett Poelman, 47, Orem, Utah, Ford Raptor (Geiser), 8:44:23; 16.  54 Troy Herbst, 53, Las Vegas/Pat Dean, 50, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith), 8:45:44; 17. 50 Zak Langley, 44, Manhattan Beach, Calif./Kyle Jergensen, 23, Oak Hills, Calif., Ford F-150 (ESM), 8:53:00; 18. 28 Corey Keysar, 52, Colorado Springs, Colo./Max Eddy Jr, 36, Barstow, Calif./Matt Eddy, 36, Oak Hills, Calif., Ford Raptor (TSCO), 9:00:58; 19. 11 Rob MacCachren, 54, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (Geiser), 9:12:59; 20. 27 Jonathan Brenthel, 39, La Cresta, Calif./Jordan Brenthel, 33, Temecula, Calif., Ford Raptor (Brenthel), 9:22:30; 21. 70 Kevin Thompson, 46, New Braunfels, Texas/Harley Letner, 35, Corona, Calif., Ford Raptor (Herbst/Smith), 9:26:05; 22. 85 Michael Lawrence, 31, Banning, Calif./Louis Meyers, 31, Perris, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith), 9:41:20; 23. 33 Todd Tuls, 50, Columbus, Neb./Brad Richards, Bennington, Neb. /Josh Montoya, Encinitas, Calif./Brad Ellis, Barstow, Calif., Ford Raptor (Racer), 10:08:16; 24. 99 Dale Dondel, 54, Murrieta, Calif./Jimmy Nuckles, 51, Brawley, Calif./Max Eddy Jr, 35, Barstow, Calif./Adalberto Cruz, 28, San Diego, Chevy Silverado (Racer), 10:24:40; 25. 9 Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, 24, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Rally Truck (Geiser), 15:29:48

(29 Starters, 25 Finishers)

  SCORE TT LEGEND (Unlimited Production Trucks, Drivers over 50 years old)--1. 5L Nick Vanderwey, 52, Phoenix (DOR-Clyde Stacy, 74, Bristol, Va.), Chevy Rally Truck V-16 (Geiser), 9:08:56 (42.63 mph); 2. 37L Rolf Helland, 60, Morris, Ill./Rick D. Johnson, 53, Barstow, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser),9:17:57; 3. 72L Rob Reinertson, 56, Woodside, Calif./Mike Salimbeni,  52, Lathrop, Calif., Ford F-150 (North American), 9:35:04; 4. 1L Scott Bailey, 59, Riverside, Calif./Gustavo Vildosola, 65, Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor (ID), 9:41:09; 5. 25L Mark Winkelman, 60, Cedar Hills, Texas/Charles Manchester, 55, Stateline, Nev./Ricardo de la Pena, 40, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Jimco), 13:46:03

(7 Starters, 5 Finishers)

  CLASS 1 (Unlimited open-wheel single or two-seaters)--1. 127 Cody Parkhouse, 32, Long Beach, Calif./Brian Parkhouse, 59, Long Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 9:12:02 (42.39 mph); 2. 100 Brad Wilson, 30, Long Beach, Calif./Justin Munyon, 32, San Clemente, Calif, Jimco-Chevy, 9:15:42; 3. 105 Mason Cullen, 20, Long Beach, Calif./Matt Cullen, 51, Long Beach, Calif./Brian Busby, 29, Newport Beach, Calif./Jeff Rucker, 49, Long Beach, Calif./Brian Busby, 49, Newport Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 9:24:38; 4. 114 Al Torres, 34, Imperial Valley, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 9:25:23; 5. 168 Shelby Reid, 51, Apple Valley, Calif./Dale Ebberts, 49, Wilton, Calif., RPI/Jefferies-Chevy, 9:39:54; 6. 129 Brandon Bailey, 37, Riverside, Calif./Jason Dudley, 40, Hemet, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy, 10:15:41; 7. 150 Morgan Langley, 45, Manhattan Beach, Calif./Paul Keller, El Cajon, Calif., ESM-Chevy, 11:49:42; 8. 138 Brian Wilson, 33, Lakewood, Calif./Kyle Quinn, 30, Lakewood, Calif./Ronny Wilson, 57, Long Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 12:42:51; 9. 162 Brendan Gaughan, 44, Las Vegas/Mike Montes, 51, Las Vegas, HMS-Chevy, 14:41:32

(10 Starters, 9 Finishers)

  TROPHY TRUCK SPEC (unlimited Truck/SUV, stock, sealed engines)--1. 298 Jorge Sampietro, 28, Ensenada, Mexico/Jose Castelan, 28, Ensenada, Mexico, Mason-Chevy, 9:30:24 (41.02 mph); 2. 204 Sara Price, 26, Canyon Lake, Calif., Geiser-Chevy, 9:34:25; 3. 299 Charles Dorrance, 44, Austin, Texas/Chuck Dempsey, 50, Oak Hills, Calif./Dylan Herman, Reno, Nev., Geiser-Chevy, 9:34:39; 4. 279 Austin ‘A.J.’ Jones, 23, Litchfield Park, Ariz., TSCO-Chevy, 9:43:12; 5209 Rafael Navarro IV, 26, Temecula, Calif./Rafael Navarro III, 50, Temecula, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy, 9:49:39; 6. 274 Elias Hanna, 36, Ensenada, Mexico/Francisco Verdugo, Ensenada, Mexico, HN-Chevy 1500, 9:59:44;  7. 211 Pat Sims, 52, Eunice, N.M./ Jeffrey Wilson, 24, Boulder City, Nev./Tim Wilson, 22, Boulder City, Nev., ESM-Chevy, 9:59:52; 8. 202 Chad Broughton, 24, Scotts Valley, Calif./Paul Broughton, 52, Scotts Valley, Calif., Custom-Chevy, 10:00:37; 9. 220 Craig Christy, 45, Burbank, Calif./Analise Smith, 31, Westchester, Calif., Brenthel-Chevy, 10:22:47; 10. 294 Vincent Munoz, 32, Yucaipa, Calif./Roy Tomkins, 34, Redlands, Calif., ODR-Ford, 10:26:26; 11. 218 Chad Dohrman, 36, Murrieta, Calif./Tim Weston, 33, Corona, Calif./Andrew Ortiz, 33, Menifee, Calif./Charlie Hutchinson, 38, Apple Valley, Calif., Get-Ford, 10:27:56; 12. 270 Kelly McArthur, 42, San Dimas, Calif./John McDiffet, Santa Clarita, Calif.,  Brenthel-Chevy, 10:35:02; 13. 246 James Scully, 39, New York, N.Y. (Ireland)/Chris Pearson, 36, San Diego, Brenthel-Chevy, 10:36:18; 14. 275 Juan Sanchotena, 49, San Diego/Juan Sanchotena Jr, 24, San Diego, SMS-Chevy, 10:56:49; 15. 250 John Langley, 76, Manhattan Beach, Calif./Steve Hengeveld, 43, Flagstaff, Ariz., Mason-Chevy, 11:35:20; 16. 205 Joe Deluce, 40, Las Vegas/Cliff Robinson, 51, Las Vegas/Jose Arzate, 50, Ensenada, Mexico/Dennis Blasko, 42, Henderson, Nev., ESM-Chevy, 11:42:55; 17. 208 Andrew Entwistle, 60, Austin, Texas (New York, N.Y.)/Moses Smith, 43, Cresson, Texas/John Andrew Entwistle, 21, Austin, Texas/Daniel Matthews, 29, Round Rock, Texas, Brenthel-Chevy, 12:01:19; 18. 260 Luis Pelayo, 35, Mexico City, Mexico/Santiago Creel, 32, Mexico City, Mexico/Cristian Castelan, Ensenada, Mexico, Jefferies-Chevy, 12:16:39; 19. 269 Guillermo Zamacona, 38, Mexico City, Mexico/Carlos Larranaga, 39, La Paz, Mexico/Isak Frayle, 28, La Paz, Mexico, Jimco-Ford, 14:18:11; 20. 240 Barry Karakas, Oak Hills, Calif. (DOR-Robert Patton, 56, Fort Worth, Texas), Jimco-Ford, 15:04:03                                                                                                                                                           

(25 Starters, 20 Finishers)

  HAMMER TRUCK UNLIMITED (unlimited, 4-wheel drive Rock Crawler)—1. 4421 Mike Hales, 39, Rogers, Ark./Jesus Quezada, 42, El Paso, Texas/Sidney Seligson, 18, Poway, Calif., Jeep Wrangler, 14:28:56 (26.93 mph)

(1 Starter, 1 Finishers)

  CLASS 10 (Limited, sealed engine, single or two-seaters)--1. 1016 Hiram Duran, 41, Tecate, Mexico/Evan Duran, 46, Tecate, Mexico/Eric Duran, 47, Tecate, Mexico/Eric Fernando Duran, 18, San Diego/Evan Duran, 16, San Diego/Francisco Arriaga, 33, Guadalajara, Mexico, Jimco-Chevy, 9:32:19 (40.89 mph); 2. 1068 Cody Reid, 27, Apple Valley, Calif./Michael Ward, Alumi Craft-Chevy, 9:42:21; 3. 1062 J.J. Schnarr, 46, Reno, Nev./Roberto Romo, 36, Mexicali, Mexico, Alumi Craft-Chevy, 9:44:18; 4. 1008 Chase Warren, 29, Phoenix/Martin Richardson, 41, La Mesa, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy, 9:55:54; 5. 1029 Andres Macias, 33, Chino, Calif./ Alexander Vazquez, 34, Ensenada, Mexico/Abraham Legaspy, 44, Ensenada, Mexico/Edy Legaspy, 23, Ensenada, Mexico, Jimco-Chevy, 10:28:58; 6. 1002 Clay Lawrence, 57, Banning, Calif./Brad Manka, 43, Perris, Calif., LMS-Chevy, 10:35:16; 7. 1087 Ivan Tagle, 32, Chula Vista, Calif./Jaquin Ramirez, 26, Chula Vista, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy, 10:36:51; 8. 1027 Arturo V. Malo, 56, Mexicali, Mexico/Ricardo Malo, 48, Mexicali, Mexico, Alumi Craft-Chevy, 10:48:10; 9. 1026 Hugo Becerra, 25, Ensenada, Mexico/Oscar Soto, 42, Vicente Guerrero, Mexico/Alfredo Rodriguez, 42, Vicente Guerrero, Mexico/David Jimenez, 37, Vicente Guerrero, Mexico, Racer-Honda, 11:11:23; 10. 1022 Rafael Aguirre, 40, Monterrey, Mexico/Adrian Sauceda, 28, Monterrey, Mexico/Agustin Moreno, 27, Monterrey, Mexico/Jorge Sauceda, 36, Monterrey, Mexico, Jefferies-Chevy, 11:28:38; 11. 1048 Kevin Price, 50, Fremont, Calif./Jordan Price, 15, Fremont, Calif.,Tatum-Chevy, 12:35:46

(14 Starters, 11 Finishers)

  CLASS 7 (unlimited, six-cylinder, production appearing trucks or SUVs)--1. 700 Daniel Chamlee, 57, Montecito, Calif., Ford Ranger, 11:06:21 (35.12 mph)

(2 Starters, 1 Finishers)

   CLASS 5 (Unlimited Baja Bugs, VW concept engines allowed)--(2 Starters, 0 Finishers)

  PRO UTV FI (two-seat Forced Induction, OEM engine UTVs)--1. 2989 Wes Miller, 49, Henderson, Nev./Donny Powers, 31, Morgan Hill, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4Turbo, 10:00:49 (38.95 mph); 2. 2905 Marc Burnett, 48, Lakeside, Calif., Can-Am X3, 10:06:03; 3. 2910 Scott Trafton, 38, Alpine, Calif./Dave Price, 62, Alpine, Calif., Polaris RZR Turbo, 10:29:14; 4. 2919 Brandon Schueler, 30, Phoenix/Pat Stone, 50, Payson, Ariz./Miles Martin, 31, Peoria, Ariz., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo, 10:29:34; 5. 2971 Wayne Matlock, 41, Alpine, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo, 10:35:09; 6. 2987 Edgar Garcia Leon, 32, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Nancy Garcia, Can-Am Maverick X3, 10:38:55; 7. 2940 Erick Kozin, 41, Yorba Linda, Calif./Manuel Carranza, 44, Can-Am X3, 10:58:34; 8. 2914 Malcolm Mitchell, 61, Vista, Calif./Martin Christensen, 50 Escondido, Calif. (Denmark)/, Can-Am  Maverick X3, 10:59:57; 9. 2960 Mitchell Alsup, 28, Bakersfield, Calif./Drew Stanton, 21, Ventura, Calif., Can-Am Maverick X3, 11:31:37; 10. 2904 Cory Sappington, 54, Peoria, Ariz./Scott Sappington, 54, Glendale, Ariz./Jason Flanders, 38, Phoenix/Dan Sprague, 42, Colorado/Ryan Johnson, 29, Tempe, Ariz., Can-Am Maverick X3 Max, 11:42:09; 11. 2929 Isaii Guerrero, 43, Chula Vista, Calif./Hector Jimenez, 36, Rosarito Beach, Mexico/Mario Amezcua, 46, Rosarito Beach, Mexico, Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo, 11:42:28; 12. 2931 Craig Scanlon, 45, Helena, Mont. (Yorba Linda, Calif.)/Keith Redstrom, 51, Glendale, Ariz., Polaris RZR Turbo, 13:14:07                                                           

(20 Starters, 12 Finishers)

  SCORE LITES (VW-powered, Limited single-1776cc-or two-seaters-1835cc)--1. 1206 Freddie Willert, 50, El Cajon, Calif./Stan Potter, 56, San Marcos, Calif., Jimco, 10:14:55 (38.05 mph); 2. 1202 Matias Arjona IV, 20, Ensenada, Mexico/Matias Arjona III, 54, Ensenada, Mexico/Franciso Pena, 37, Ensenada, Mexico, Mirage, 10:42:50; 3. 1274 Mike Aguilar, 38, San Marcos, Calif./Adolfo Aguilar Jr, 42, Chula Vista, Calif./Angel Aguilar, 19, Chula Vista, Calif./Fernando Mayoral, 34, Mexicali, Mexico, Porter, 11:45:06; 4. 1234 Steve Jones, 52, Simi Valley, Calif./Phillip Jones, 56, Simi Valley, Calif., Desert Dynamics, 11:59:10; 5. 1212 Martin Lizarraga, 47, Tijuana, Mexico/Jose Rodriguez, 60, Tijuana, Mexico/Oscar Venegas, 48, Rosarito Beach, Calif./Michael Ahearn, 21, Tijuana, Mexico/Guillermo Rodriguez, 36, San Francisco, Calif./Carlos Ortiz, 46, Tijuana, Venegas, 13:14:01; 6. 1229 Doug Satterfield, 42, San Diego/Miguel Viveros, 27, Sacramento, Calif./Kevin Mack, 40, Philadelphia/Billy Reck, 42, San Diego/Roger Noble, 39, Santa Clarita Valley, Calif., Meco, 15:37:52

(8 Starters, 6 Finishers)

  PRO UTV NA (two-seat Normally Aspirated, OEM engine UTVs)--1. 1995 Kaden Wells, 20, St. George, Utah/Ivan Gutierrez, 33, San Felipe, Mexico/Travis Wells, 47, St. George, Utah/Rory L’Hommedieu, 36, Mesquite, Nev., Polaris RZR XP1000, 11:02:01 (35.35 mph); 2. 1956 Joe Bolton, 62, Corona, Calif./Dana Jongs, 63, Temecula, Calif./Austin Bolton, 24, Corona, Calif./Manny Umna, 25, Torrance, Calif./Billy Boyer, Torrance, Calif., Polaris RZR XP41000, 12:06:48; 3. 1908 John Andrew Entwistle, 21, Austin, Texas/Daniel Matthews, 29, Round Rock, Texas/Andrew Entwistle, 60, Austin, Texas (New York), Textron XX, 12:12:29; 4. 1978 T. Bradley Millner, 50, Yuma, Ariz./Ty Rogers, 30, Yuma, Ariz./Pat Bell, 48, Anchorage, Alaska/Kolt Bell, 46, Atlanta, Ga., Polaris RZR XP1000, 13:05:37; 5. 1905 Adrian Escandon, 43, Tijuana, Mexico, Polaris RZR XP1000, 15:46:25

(9 Starters, 5 Finishers)

  CLASS 1/2-1600 (VW-powered, single or two-seaters to 1600cc)--1. 1650 Adolfo Arambula, 51, Ensenada, Mexico/Alan Arambula, 24, Ensenada, Mexico/Octavio Inzuwza, 45, Ensenada, Mexico/Eduardo Acevedo, 45, Ensenada, Mexico, Fraley, 11:06:59 (35.08 mph); 2. 1609 J. David Ruvalcaba, 46, Ensenada, Mexico/ Leonel Ruvalcaba, 39, Ensenada, Mexico/Esteban Cruz, 48, Ensenada, Mexico/Rogelio Panda, 48, Ensenada, Mexico, VBR, 11:16:24; 3. 1616 Angel Barajas, 42, Ensenada, Mexico/Eli Yee, 45, Tijuana, Mexico/Alejandro Corona, 25, Ensenada, Mexico/Alvaro Hirales, 23, Ensenada, Mexico/Ignacio King, 48, Ensenada, Mexico, Barajas, 13:35:31; 4. 1614 Bruce Yee, 19, Chula Vista, Calif./Jose Robles, 40, Mexicali, Mexico/Ignacio King, 47, Ensenada, Mexico/Guillermo Luna, 39, San Diego, Alumi Craft, 14:47:37

(4 Starters, 4 Finishers)

  PRO UTV UNLTD (two-seat unlimited UTV open-displacement)--1. 1850 Jesus Mendez, Jr, 21, Mexicali, Mexico/Felix Garcia, 20, Mexicali, Mexico/Jesus Mendez Sr, 52, Mexicali, Mexico/Francisco Pimental, 38, Mexicali, Mexico, Can-Am XRS, 11:48:49 (33.01 mph); 2. 1851 Herman Johnson, 47, Rio Rancho, N.M./ Austin Johnson, 47, Albuquerque, N.M./Sean Lynch, 45, Los Lunas, N.M., Can-Am XRS Turbo X3, 13:24:51; 3. 1877 Josh Herzing, 32, Cypress, Texas/Travis Herzing, 27, Cypress, Texas/Ryan Blagrave, 19, Cypress, Texas/Josh  Parker, 30, Cypress, Texas, Polaris RZR XP1000, 13:43:03

(3 Starters, 3 Finishers)

  PRO UTV STOCK (Stock UTVs, FI or NA)—1. 3936 Rodrigo Ampudia Jr, 34, Ensenada, Mexico/Melida Ampudia Ibarra, Ensenada, Mexico, Can-Am X3 Turbo, 10:23:30 (37.53 mph)

(1 Starter, 1 Finisher)

CLASS 8—1. 810 Jose Contreras, 35, Tecate, Mexico/Carlos Arce, 34, Tecate, Mexico/Stephen Tucker, 46, Tecate, Mexico/Samuel De La Torre, 42, Lakeside, Calif., Ford F150, 10:39:47 (36.57 mph)

 (2 Starters, 1 Finisher)

  CLASS 3 (Short wheelbase 4X4 based on production vehicles)--

(1 Starters, 0 Finishers)

  BAJA CHALLENGE (Spec, Subaru-powered Baja Touring Cars equipped with BFGoodrich Tires)--1. BC4 Edward Muncey, 48, San Diego/Rob Hartman, 52, Jamul, Calif., 12:58:19 (30.06 mph)

(2 Starters, 1 Finisher)

  CLASS 5-1600 (1600cc VW Baja Bugs)--1. 571 David  Heredia, 53, Hacienda Heights, Calif. (Mexico)/Marco Robles, 50, Ensenada, Mexico/Pedro Avalos, 26, Ensenada, Mexico, 12:45:11 (30.58 mph); 2. 550 Luis Herrera, 38, Granada Hills, Calif./Ernie Negrete, 45, Chula Vista, Calif./Michael Murray, San Diego/Jose Garcia, Sherman Oaks, Calif./Larry Negrete, San Ysidro, Calif./Jim Yourdon, 42, Bend, Ore./Christian Ortiz, San Diego/Francisco Sanchez, Tijuana, Mexico, 15:46:16

(4 Starters, 2 Finishers)

  CLASS 7F (Stock frame, 2 or 4-wheel drive mini or mid-size trucks)--1. 724F Dave Cole, 48, Corona, Calif./Matt Fallis, Temecula, Caif./Dan Fresh, San Clemente, Calif./Mike Kim, San Clemente, Calif., Jeep Gladiator, 13:20:48 (29.22 mph); 2. 714F Justin Park, 43, Encinitas, Calif./Eduardo Perez, Fontana, Calif./Jesus Perez, Fontana, Calif./Frank Cruz, Camalu, Mexico/Jose Cuevas, Camalu, Mexico, Ford Ranger, 15:31:52

(4 Starters, 2 Finishers)

  CLASS 7SX (2 or 4-wheel drive mini or mid-sized trucks)--1. 751 Mike Lesle, 58, Wildomar, Calif./John Holmes, 64, Encinitas, Calif., Jeep Comanche, 13:45:16 (28.35 mph)

(2 Starters, 1 Finisher)

  CLASS 11 (stock VW sedans, safety modifications)--1. 1113 Mario Vazquez, 33, Ensenada, Mexico (DOR-Kent Thygerson, 44, San Diego)/Keith Langford, 41, San Diego/Emanuel Martinez, 31, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico/Luis Perez, 33, Ensenada, Mexico/Jose Alucano, 51, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, 15:18:30 (25.48 mph)

(4 Starters, 1 Finisher)

SPORTSMAN

  SPT UNLTD TRUCK--(1 Starter, 0 Finishers)

  SPT OPEN WHEEL--1. 1500 Diane Giannelli, 61, San Felipe, Mexico/Julie Boyer, 45, Bakersfield, Calif./Rick Boyer, Bakersfield, Calif./Katlyn Cox, Las Vegas/Kayla Cox, Spring Creek, Nev./Kyle Cox, Spring Creek, Nev., Lothringer-VW, 13:46:27 (28.31 mph)

(1 Starter, 1 Finisher)

PRO MOTORCYCLES

  PRO MOTO UNLIMITED (400cc or more)--1. 1x Justin Morgan, 29, El Cajon, Calif./Mark Samuels, 29, Yucca Valley, Calif./Ricky Dietrich, 31, Yucca Valley, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 8:32:30 (45.66 mph); 2. 66x Santiago Creel, 33, Mexico City, Mexico/Brandon Prieto, 32, Ensenada, Mexico/Eric Yorba, Jamul, Calif. KTM 500EXCF, 8:32:36; 3. 5x Colton Udall, 33, San Clemente, Calif./Forrest Minchinton,  27, Huntington Beach, Calif./Nic Garvin, 25, Ladera Ranch, Calif./Derek Ausserbauer, 26, Santa Ynez, Calif., Honda RF450X, 8:49:58; 4. 4x Ray Dal Saglio, 28, Scottsdale, Ariz./Austin Miller, Cedar Creek, Texas/Troy Vanscourt, Norco, Calif./Dylan Gillespie, Alpine, Calif., KTM 450SX-F, 9:21:07

(4 Starters, 4 Finishers)

  PRO MOTO LIMITED (less than 400cc)--1. 120x Marco Pena, 29, Nuevas Casas Grande, Mexico/Mauro Herrera, 21, Ensenada, Mexico/Miguel Cardonez, 30, Latacunga, Ecuador/Brayon Wipermon, 22, Ensenada, Mexico, Husqvarna FC350, 9:18:12 (41.92 mph); 2. 100x Santiago Creel, 33, Mexico City, Mexico/Alejandro Sardi, Mexico City, Mexico, Mexico/Larry Serna, Tijuana, Mexico/Alejandro Sardi, Mexico/Sammy Mantalvan, Mexico, KTM 350EXCF, 9:51:40; 3. 180x Fernando Beltran, 42, Ensenada, Mexico/David Zarate, 29, Los Cabos, Mexico/Javier Ibarra, 19, Tijuana, Mexico/Rodolfo Patron, 38, Tijuana, Mexico/Adan Garcia 21, Ensenada, Mexico/Marco Maclish, 21, Santa Rosalita, Mexico, Yamaha YZ250F, 11:11:00; 4. 121x Ana Rivas, 26, Mexicali, Mexico/Nestor Curiel, 17, Ensenada, Mexico/Bryan Avalos, 18, Palm Springs, Calif./Victor Leyva, 23, Ensenada, Mexico/Roberto Armenta, 25, Erendira, Mexico/Raul Ortega, 20, Ensenada, Mexico, KTM XCF350, 11:16:07

(4 Starters, 4 Finishers)

  PRO MOTO 40 (Riders over 40 years old)--1. 444x Jason Trubey, 44, Henderson, Nev./Chad Thornton, 46, Farmington, N.M./Paul Luce, 43, Albuquerque, N.M, Husqvarna FE501, 10:11:17 (38.28 mph)

(1 Starter, 1 Finisher)

  PRO MOTO 30 (Riders over 30 years old)--1. 370x Francisco Septien, 44, Ensenada, Mexico/Shane Esposito, 44, Temecula, Calif./Roberto Villalobos, 30, Tecate, Mexico, Honda CRF450RX, 9:11:35 (42.43 mph); 2. 360x Santiago Creel, 33, Mexico City, Mexico/Kevin Murphy, 42, Camarillo, Calif./Homero Diaz, Metepec, Mexico/Massimo Mangini, Puebla, Mexico (Italy), KTM 500EXCF, 9:15:27; 3. 308x Ryan Liebelt, 39, Reedley, Calif./Greg Bardonnex, 43, Visalia, Calif./Morgan Crawford, Sanger, Calif./Justin Shultz, 35, Lake Forest, Calif., Yamaha WR450F, 9:47:07; 4. 310x Enrique Fuhrken, 39, Mexico City/Ishwari Macillas, 43, Metepec, Mexico/Abel Burgeno, 47, Mazatlan, Mexico/Gerardo Rojas, 45, San Quintin, Mexico/Alejandro Torres, 41, Comx, Mexico, KTM 500XCW, 10:12:11; 5. 300x Luis Gomez, 38, Obregon, Mexico/Joaquin Platero, 46, Ensenada, Mexico/Rodrigo Gollaz, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda CRF450X, 11:17:41; 6. 325x Jano Montoya, 48, Winter Garden, Fla. (Peru)/Alberto Ruiz, 43, Ensenada, Mexico/Rene Magana, San Diego/Jeff Kawell, 46, San Bernardino, Calif., KTM 450EXCF, 11:43:51; 7. 365x Nick Lanning, 38, Beaumont, Texas/Peter Eiland, 39, Dallas/Ryan Stephens, 41, San Diego/Donald Storck, 43, Houston/Beth Lanning, 40, Albuquerque, N.M., Honda CRF450X, 11:44:46; (7 Starters, 7 Finishers)

  PRO MOTO IRONMAN (Solo Riders)--1. 729x Michael Skurkis, 42, Henderson, Nev., Husqvarna FE501, 10:31:07 (37.08 mph); 2. 734x Bob Kimber, 62, Pagosa Springs, Colo., Honda CRF450X, 14:04:44

(2 Starters, 2 Finishers)

  PRO MOTO 50 (Riders over 50 years old)-- 1. 500x Giovanni Spinali, 53, El Cajon, Calif./ Troy Pearce, 51, Ramona, Calif./John Griffin, 51, Lake Forest, Calif., Yamaha YZ450FX, 9:55:43 (39.28 mph)

(1 Starter, 1 Finisher)

PRO QUADS

  PRO QUAD (Open engine displacement)--1. 21a Adolfo Arellano, 37, Tijuana, Mexico/Francisco Vera, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 9:11:07(42.46 mph); 2. 1a Said Sanchez, 32, Tijuana, Mexico/ Javier Robles Jr, 28, Mexicali, Mexico /Luis Velez, San Felipe, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 9:11:43; 3. 22a Javier Ibarra, 19, San Diego/Marcos Moreno, 51, Tijuana, Mexico/Javier Corona, 38,  San Diego/Jesus Osuna, 19, Mexicali, Mexico/Hector Martinez, 41, Guadalajara, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 10:11:46

(3 Starters, 3 Finishers)

SPORTSMAN

  SPT QUAD--1. 100a Danny Magdalena, 21, Acton, Calif./Jorge Lopez, 26, San Felipe, Mexico/Eddie Bareno, 34, Mexicali, Mexico/Bennie Beltran, 31, Yuma, Ariz./Chris Avalos, 19, Yuma, Ariz., Honda TRX450R, 10:13:16 (38.16 mph); 2. 145a Jovani Marquez, 35, Los Cabos, Mexico/Arturo Mayoral, 34, Tijuana, Mexico/Mario Sanchez, 20, Cabo San Lucas, Calif./Juan Gonzalez, 39, Ensenada, Mexico/Angel Perez, 19, San Felipe, Mexico/Brian Munoz, 18, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 10:47:27; 3. 123a Ismael Hernandez, 39, Escondido, Calif./Hector Comacho, 21, Rosarito Beach, Mexico/Cristobal Quezada, 44, Tijuana, Mexico/Zachary Hayward, 39, San Diego/Jorge Carbajal, 44, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 11:22:24; 4. 124a Ruben Ramos, 38, Ensenada, Mexico/Miguel Olivas, 27, Ensenada,Mexico/Cristobal Banzaga, 37, Ensenada, Mexico/Hiram Agundez, 36, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 11:51:19; 5. 125a Brisa Fernanda Ochoa, 19, Ensenada, Mexico/Liliana Moya, 23, San Diego/Lilia Rodriguez, 44, Chula Vista, Calif./Aline Herrera, 17, Tijuana, Mexico/Juliette Zuniga, 17, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 12:48:09; 6. 112a Daniel Gaytan, 49, Heber, Calif./Alex Camacho, 26, Mexicali, Mexico/Juan Sanchez, 35, Mexicali, Mexico/Carlos Nopoles, 35, Mexicali, Mexico/Carlos Soto, 50, Heber, Calif., Honda TRX450R, 12:48:18; 7. 119a Gustavo Torres, 32, Tecate, Mexico/Arley Torres, 31,Tecate, Mexico/Esteban Ramirez, 22, Tecate, Mexico/Cesar Ramirez, 20, Tecate, Mexico/Alexander Lopez, 19, Tecate, Mexico/Francisco Lizarraga, 22, Tecate, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 13:14:04; 8. 111a Alejandro Bourge, 19, San Felipe, Mexico/Norberto Arce, 35, Ensenada, Mexico/David Bourge, 19, San Felipe, Mexico/Nicolas Nunez, 19, San Diego/David Tambo, 18, El Rosario, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 13:38:32

(8 Starters, 8 Finishers)

  SPT M/C--1. 212x Carlos Silva, 42, Mexicali, Mexico/Oswaldo Moncada, 28, Ensenada, Mexico/Javier Salazar, 22, Tijuana, Mexico/Joel Leal, 45, Mexicali, Mexico/Hector Cardenas, 28, Ensenada, Mexico/Phillip Herrera, 22, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda CRF450X, 10:23:28 (37.53 mph); 2. 201x Scott Borden, 47, Steamboat Springs, Colo./R. Hank Salyer, 46, Steamboat Springs, Colo./Casey O’Donnell, 34, Steamboat Springs, Colo., Yamaha 450YZ, 11:16:37; 3. 284x Nick Robertson, 39(ROR-Shane Schorno, 32, Discovery Bay, Calif.)/Tyler Evangelista, 27/Steve Herstad, 40/Dakota Hilbride, 27, KTM 500EXCF, 11:22:26; 4. 228x  Scott McIntosh, 59, Kent, Wash./Juan Maruiz/Alexis Velarde/Rudolfo Barba, Honda CRF450X, 13:53:33

(4 Starters, 4 Finishers)