Entries climbing, starting draw Thursday, pre-running opens Friday for next week’s Tijuana 21st SCOR

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  1. JoeyD23

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    Entries climbing, starting draw Thursday, pre-running opens Friday for next week’s Tijuana 21st SCORE Desert Challenge


    Round 3 of 4-race 2017 SCORE World Desert Championship is split-format, multi-lap SCORE Baja race;

    Rally-proven ACCIONA 100% EcoPowered electric car entered in history-making new Baja-e class;

    motos, quads, some 4-wheel classes race on Friday; cars, trucks, pro UTVs race first half Saturday,

    second half on Sunday with six total laps over 23.4-mile loop course for 140.4 total race miles;

    start/finish line east of Rancho Casian, televised on El Rey Network, more info at www.SCOREInternational.com


    ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico — With the drawing for starting positions this Thursday and pre-running this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, entries are arriving from States all across the USA and countries from around the globe for next week’s Tijuana 21st Annual SCORE Desert Challenge. Among the latest entries to arrive is the ACCIONA 100% EcoPowered electric car that will race in the history-making new Baja-e class for electric cars.

    Racer and media registration for Round 3 of the four-race 2017 SCORE World Desert Championship is available on the SCORE website at www.SCOREInternational.com.

    Race-week festivities will be held next Tuesday (Sept. 19), Wednesday (Sept. 20) and Thursday (Sept. 21) with racingnext Friday through Sunday (Sept. 22-24). The race features classes for cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles and quads.

    With just over two months remaining before the historic 50th anniversary race of the iconic SCORE Baja 1000, the City of Tijuana and the Tijuana tourism groups has given SCORE a multi-year contract that moved this race from nearby Rosarito Beach where it was held last year.

    START DRAW

    With no qualifying for any classes in this race, the drawing for starting positions within each class will be held this Thursday (Sept. 14). To be included in the start draw, online racer registration will close at 11 p.m. this Wednesday (Sept. 13). Online registration will continue after the drawing until 5 p.m. on Sunday (Sept. 17) with late registration at the host hotel on Wednesday and Thursday (Sept. 20 and 21).

    PRE-RUNNING

    Pre-running exclusively for all car, truck and UTV vehicles will be held this Friday (Sept. 15) and Saturday (Sept. 16) and pre-running exclusively for motorcycle and quad vehicles will be held this Sunday (Sept. 17).

    ACCIONA 100% EcoPowered desert race car

    The first zero-emissions vehicle to complete the Dakar Rally (2017), veteran female international rally competitors Andrea Peterhansel of Switzerland and Emma Clair, of France will make history racing in the new Baja-e class for electric cars.

    With rally racing experience also on motorcycles (Peterhansel) and quads (Clair), Peterhansel and Clair will pilot the ACCIONA 100% EcoPowered electric car supported by Janton Racing of Barcelona, Spain in the Tijuana SCORE Desert Challenge.Peterhansel has competed in over 60 rallies, including 10 times in the Dakar Rally while Clair is a Bajas TT world champion in the quad category.

    Peterhansel is the wife of 13-time Dakar Rally champion Stephane Peterhansel. Current plans call for the ACCIONA 100% EcoPowered electric car to also race also in November’s 50th SCORE Baja 1000.

    ACCIONA is one of the foremost Spanish business corporations and a leading supplier of sustainable infrastructure solutions and renewable energy projects worldwide. ACCIONA’s world headquarters is located in Madrid, Spain.

    START/FINISH

    The unique-format race will be held at a spectator-friendly start/finish line and ‘hot pit’ area located on the southeast outskirts of Tijuana to the east of the popular Rancho Casian area off of Boulevard 2000 (Highway No. 201). The actual start/finish line area and hot pits will be located 2.3 miles inland off of the highway. The official race course of 23.4 miles will see all classes cover a total of six laps for 140.4 total miles split into two parts.

    Moving to the largest city on the Baja California peninsula will be the special split-format, multi-lap Tijuana 21st SCORE Desert Challenge, marking the first time in its storied history that a SCORE race has started and finished in Tijuana.

    WHERE THEY’RE FROM

    Entries to date have come from 13 U.S. States and 11 countries. Nations are USA, host nation Mexico along with Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, New Zealand, Spain and Switzerland. States with entries so far are Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wyoming.

    THE COURSE

    Running predominately on land owned by prominent developer Grupo Musquis, SCORE Race Director Jose Grijalva confirms that this year’s course is extremely beautiful and picturesque with more places to pass than last year’s course.He further stated that around four miles was actually part of last year’s course that started and finished just south of Rosarito Beach. The course runs in a counterclockwise direction with two checkpoints. Checkpoint 1 will be at race mile 12.05 and Checkpoint 2 will be at race mile 17.8.

    Most of the terrain for this race course is on mountains, hills, valleys and local trails. In addition to Grupo Musquis land, the course also runs through areas like La Nopalera, Los Pancho’s and Ejido Mesa Redonda.

    RACE HQ/CONTINGENCY

    Race headquarters will be the Real Inn Hotel in the heart of the Rio Zona area of Tijuana on Avenida Paseo de los Heroes. Racer registration will be held in the foyer of the hotel’s Roma convention area on Wednesday, Sept. 20 (5 p.m. to 9 p.m. PT) and Thursday, Sept. 21 (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.). Media registration will be held in the same location on Thursday, Sept. 21 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

    Contingency/Manufacturer’s Midway will be held in directly in front of the headquarters hotel on the historic Avenida Paseo de los Heroes from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday (Sept. 21) with tech inspection also starting at 10 a.m. and lasting one hour longer until 6 p.m.

    RACE DAYS

    The event features three full days of racing. SCORE Race Director Jose Grijalva has put together a 23.4-mile loop course through the challenging hills in the area that each class will run a total of six laps over for 140.4 total miles for the race.

    With the course running in a counter-clockwise direction, motorcycles, quads and one group of car classes will race in split segments on Friday (Sept. 22) starting at 6:30 a.m. Racing will finish on Friday at 6:20 p.m.

    The other car and truck classes, including the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck, SCORE TT Legend the unlimited Class 1 and Trophy Truck Spec divisions will run the first half of their race on Saturday (Sept. 23) and final half on Sunday (Sept. 24). Racing for those classes will start each day at 8 a.m. and finish at 4:25 p.m. The featured SCORE Trophy Truck, SCORE TT Legend and Trophy Truck Spec divisions will start on both Saturday and Sunday at 2:25 p.m. PT.

    ART SAVEDRA MEMORIAL SHOOTOUT

    During the Friday (Sept. 22) racing action, two of SCORE’s historical VW Baja Bug racing classes (Class 5-1600 and Class 11) will hold the Art Savedra Memorial Shootout in memory of SCORE’s Tech Director who passed away recently. These classes will run both halves of their race on that day with a time-out between their sessions.

    There will be a special trophy and bonus purse for this special part of the race.

    SPECIAL FORMAT

    Unique for SCORE, the 21st the SCORE Desert Challenge will use this race format that has all classes racing in five different groups for a total of six laps over a surprisingly rugged 23.4-mile race course (140.4 total miles) split into two, three-lap sessions.

    HISTRIONICS

    While this is the first time in Tijuana, the SCORE Desert Challenge has been held 20 previous times since it first began in 1995. It was held in Laughlin, Nev., USA, from 1995 through 2012, in Plaster City, Calif., USA, in 2014 and in Rosarito Beach, Baja California, Mexico in 2016.

    TIJUANA

    Tijuana is one of the five largest and fastest-growing metropolitan areas in all of Mexico. The city has also experienced tremendous growth in recent years, attracting investments by electronics, aerospace and medical tourism firms and is also regarded as one of the top cuisine destinations in the world, including craft beer production.

    Tijuana has also recorded its best hotel occupancy rate in the last 15 years and has attracted additional hotel chains like City Express, Holiday Inn and the Hyatt Hotels among others.

    Only two races in SCORE history have started in Tijuana. The first was the inaugural SCORE Baja 1000 (then called Mexican 1000) in 1967 and then again in 1995.In both of those years the SCORE Baja 1000 finished in La Paz.

    EL REY NETWORK

    The four-race 2017 SCORE World Desert Championship in Baja California, Mexico along with the SEMA SCORE Baja 1000 Experience/SCORE Baja 1000 Qualifying in Las Vegas will all air on El Rey Network in the United States. International distribution is by way of syndication. The season-ending 50th SCORE Baja 1000 will have a two-hour show produced while the other race shows are and Las Vegas qualifying are each one-hour telecasts.

    El Rey Network is a 24-hour, English-language lifestyle network targeting "Strivers," viewers who hold strong core beliefs about the importance of family, independence, hard work, craftsmanship, and legacy.

    Founded by maverick filmmaker Robert Rodriguez, and curated by Rodriguez and his artistic collective, the network features action-packed programming, relatable heroes and aspirational stories that embrace today's America. El Rey's slate is anchored by signature series including the original drama "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series," the one-on-one interview program "El Rey Network Presents: The Director's Chair," and "Lucha Underground," a lucha libre wrestling series produced by Mark Burnett.

    El Rey Network's lineup also showcases a wide range of iconic feature films and television series including genre, action, and sci-fi/ horror. El Rey Network LLC is jointly owned by Robert Rodriguez and FactoryMade Ventures, with a minority stake held by Univision Networks & Studios, Inc.

    El Rey Network is available in 45 million homes across the country through cable and OTT providers and via satellite on DirecTV Channel 341 and Dish Network Channel 253. For more information on how to watch El Rey visithttp://elreynetwork.com.

    DUST2GLORY

    From award-winning documentary filmmaker Dana Brown, Dust2Glory has chronicled each of the four races in the 2016 SCORE World Desert Championship. Brown’s original Dusty to Glory, released in 2005, became an iconic classic showcasing the legendary SCORE Baja 1000. D2G, which began shooting at the 2015 SCORE Baja 1000, continued up close and personal coverage capturing the robust racers in their amazing adventures in Mexico’s majestic Baja California peninsula through all four spectacular 2016 races. Dust2Glory is scheduled for release later this year.

    SCOREscope

    The four-race 2017 SCORE World Desert Championship and for the second time all four are being held in Baja California, Mexico. Here is the complete 2017 SCORE World Desert Championship schedule:

    ·31st SCORE San Felipe 250, March 30-April 2, San Felipe, Mexico

    ·49th SCORE Baja 500, June 1-4, Ensenada Mexico

    ·Tijuana 21st SCORE Desert Challenge, Sept. 22-24, Tijuana, Mexico

    ·50th SCORE Baja 1000, Nov.14-18, Ensenada, Mexico to La Paz, Mexico

    SCORE SPONSORS…

    Official SCORE Sponsors: BFGoodrich Tires-Official Tire, Monster Energy-Official Energy Drink, King Shocks-Official Shock Absorber, RACELINE Wheels-Official Wheel, Axial R/C-Official R/C Vehicle, El Rey Network-Official Television Partner, Wide Open Excursions-Official Arrive and Drive Company, Crystal Bay Casino-Official Casino.

    SCORE Official Partners: PCI Race Radios, 4 Wheel Parts, The Satellite Phone Store, Satellite Del Norte, Instant Mexico Auto Insurance, CETTO Vineyards.

    Additional SCORE Associate Partners: Proturismo Ensenada, Baja California Secretary of Tourism, Baja California Sur State Government, Baja California Sur Secretary of Tourism, Mexicali Ayuntamiento, COTUCO Mexicali/San Felipe, Cruz Roja Mexicana, Corporate Helicopters, McKenzie’s Performance Products, Advanced Color Graphics.

    Tijuana SCORE Desert Challenge Special Partners: XXII Ayuntamiento de Tijuana, Baja California Secretary of Tourism, Tijuana Comite de Turismo and Convenciones, Comite de Marcadotecnia Turistica, Asociacion de Hoteles del Noroeste.

    For more information regarding SCORE, visit the official website of the SCORE World Desert Championship atwww.SCOREInternational.com.

    Tijuana 21st SCORE Desert Challenge

    Pre-Race Days Schedule of Events (All times PDT)

    Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017

    9am-5pm SCORE Chassis Inspection and Pre-TechLocation TBA

    Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017

    9am-5pm SCORE Chassis Inspection and Pre-TechLocation TBA

    5pm-9pm Racer Registration Real Inn-Tijuana, Foyer-Roma Convention area

    Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017

    9am-4pm Racer Registration – No walk-in entries after 4 pmReal Inn-Tijuana

    9am-5pm Media Registration - Real Inn-Tijuana, Foyer-Roma Convention area

    10am-5pm Contingency Row - Adjacent to Real Inn on Avenida Paseo de los Heroes

    10am-6pm Tech Inspection/Transponder Checks at Contingency-Avenida Paseo de los Heroes

    6pm Mandatory Aircraft Pilot Safety MeetingReal Inn-Tijuana

    7pm Mandatory Racer MeetingReal Inn-Tijuana
     
  2. JoeyD23

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    SCORE MEDIA CONTACT: Dominic Clark, [email protected]


    September 18, 2017


    On-site registration Wed & Thur

    Expanded entry list at 121 starting race week

    for unique Tijuana 21st SCORE Desert Challenge


    Round 3 of 4-race 2017 SCORE World Desert Championship is split-format, multi-lap SCORE Baja race

    as motos, quads, some 4-wheel classes race on Friday; cars, trucks, UTVs race first half Saturday,

    second half Sunday with six total laps over 23.4-mile loop course for 140.4 total miles;

    s/f line east of Rancho Casian; info at www.SCOREInternational.com; televised on El Rey Network


    TIJUANA, Baja California, Mexico— Prior to late, on-site registration on Wednesday and Thursday at the Real Inn Hotel in Tijuana, 121 total vehicles have been processed as official entries for this week’s internationally televised Tijuana 21st SCORE Desert Challenge, Round 3 of the four-race 2017 SCORE World Desert Championship. Entries have been processed from 15 U.S. States and from 15 countries around the world.

    The event is being held in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, with pre-race festivities in the Zona Rio area of Tijuana and racing on Friday, Saturday and Sunday east of Rancho Casian on the southeast outskirts of Tijuana.

    With classes for cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles and quads from 14 U.S. States and 13 countries so far, the unique format, multi-day, multi-lap race has vehicles seperated into five groups each racing two separate sessions for a total of 140.4 miles (six laps over a 23.4-mile loop course).

    The spectator-friendly start/finish line area is located 2.3 miles east of Rancho Casian off of Boulevard 2000. All day racing, by groups, starts at 6:30 a.m. (PT) on Friday and at 8 a.m. (PT) on Saturday and Sunday. The marquee SCORE Trophy Truck division will start each day at 2:25 p.m. (PT)

    The popular race will air as a one-hour special on a date to be confirmed in the U.S. on the El Rey Network and the show will also be syndicated internationally.

    The colorful family-friendly Contingency and Manufacturer’s Midway will be held Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Avenida Paseo de los Heroes, adjacent to the Real Inn Hotel, race headquarters, in the Zona Rio area of Tijuana.

    The start order for the second session for all classes will be an invert of the start order from the first session with the exception of late entries who will start behind the first group in each class.

    More information is available at www.score-international.com.

    With several more entries expected at late, on-site registration on Thursday, starting race week here is the expanded entry list, by starting order within each class with ages, hometowns, co-drivers/co-riders, vehicle make and vehicle engine…

    Tijuana 21st SCORE Desert Challenge

    Sept. 22-24, 2017—140.4 miles (6 laps, 23.4-mile loop course)

    Round 3 of four-race 2017 SCORE World Desert Championship

    Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

    Total Entries: 121 (as of 9/18/17)

    (from 15 U.S. States, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany,

    Great Britain, Guatemala, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, Switzerland)

    (starting order—from start draw, by class)

    Pro Cars, Trucks & UTVs

    SCORE TROPHY TRUCK (Unlimited Production Trucks)--

    16 Cameron Steele, 48, San Clemente, Calif., Chevy Silverado

    9 Josh Daniel, 42, Vista, Calif.(DOR-Armin Schwarz, 53, Austria (Germany), Chevy Silverado

    27 Jonathan Brenthel, 38, Newport Beach, Calif./Jordan Brenthel, 29, Newport Beach, Calif., Brenthel-Chevy

    15 Billy Wilson, 32, Corpus Christi, Texas, Ford Raptor

    4 Eduardo ‘Lalo’ Laguna, 26, Mexicali, Mexico(DOR-Justin Matney, 31, Bristol, Tenn.), Chevy Rally Truck

    3 Brent Bauman, 40, Riverside, Calif. (DOR-Mark Post, 59, Las Vegas), Ed Herbst, 55, Las Vegas/Kyle LeDuc, 34, Temecula, Calif., Ford F-150

    1 Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, 22, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Rally Truck

    SCORE TT LEGEND (Unlimited Production Trucks, Drivers over 50 years old)--

    5L Jeff Geiser, 52, Phoenix(DOR-Clyde Stacy, 72, Bristol, Va.), Chevy Rally Truck

    CLASS 1 (Unlimited open-wheel single or two-seaters)--

    168 Shelby Reid, 49, Apple Valley, Calif./Danny Ebberts, 35, Menifee, Calif., Jefferies-Chevy

    154 Ray Marentes, 23, Mexicali, Mexico, Jimco-Chevy

    150 Morgan Langley, 43, Santa Monica, Calif./Kory Halopoff, 34, Anaheim, Calif., ESM-Chevy

    113 Charles Townsley, 43, Lakeside, Calif., Chenowth-Subaru

    114 Al Torres, 32, Imperial Valley, Calif./Rogelio Ruiz, Mexicali, Mexico, Jimco-Chevy

    106 Ramon Bio, 18, Spring Valley, Calif. (DOR-Derek Fletcher, 32, Abingdon, Va.), Christyan Samano, 28, Ensenada, Mexico, Tatum-Chevy

    153 Brad Wilson, 28, Long Beach, Calif./ Ronny Wilson, 55, Long Beach, Calif./Justin Munyon, 30, San Clemente, Calif., Jimco-Chevy

    138 Brian Wilson, 32, Lakewood, Calif./Ronny Wilson, 55, Long Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy

    104 Rob Archibald, 45, Lakeside, Calif./Martin Christensen, 48, Escondido, Calif. (Denmark)

    TROPHY TRUCK SPEC (unlimted Truck/SUV, stock, sealed V8s)--

    250 John Langley, 74, Manhattan Beach, Calif./Zak Langley, 42, Manhattan Beach, Calif., Mason-Chevy

    299 Charles Dorrance, 42, Austin, Texas/Dylan Herman, 27, Reno, Nev./Larry Job, 55, Henderson, Nev., Ford Raptor

    274 Elias Hanna, 34, Ensenada, Mexico, Chevy 1500

    276 Gerardo Iribe, 40, Santa Ana, Calif./Gerardo J. Iribe, 18, Rosarito, Mexico, Chevy Silverado

    226 Neal Drickey, 39, Crescent, Iowa/Andy Raymond, 38, Crescent, Iowa, Ford F-150

    222 Pete Sohren, 52, Glendale, Ariz./Jason McNeil, San Diego, BajaLite-Chevy

    229 Brian Goldstein, 29, Beverly Hills, Calif./Matt McBride/Max McBride, Mason-Chevy

    227 Jonathan Brenthel, 38, Newport Beach, Calif./Jordan Brenthel, 29, Newport Beach, Calif., Brenthel-Chevy

    255 Lee Banning, 65, Laveen, Ariz./Chris Godfrey, 42, Phoenix/Steve Melton, 48, Buckeye, Ariz., Lee Banning Jr, 42, Litchfield Park, Ariz., Geiser-Chevy

    200 Chad Broughton, 22, Scotts Valley, Calif./Paul Broughton, 50, Scotts Valley, Calif., BajaLite-Chevy

    HAMMER TRUCK UNLIMITED (Unlimited Rock Crawler/Hammer Truck)--

    4449 Matt Burkett, 49, Fort Worth, Texas, Jeep CJ

    4401 Joshua Bertschy, 39, Springtown, Texas/Bart Dixon, 53, Vista, Calif./Mike Hales, 37, Rogers, Ariz., Wilder/JHF-Chevy

    CLASS 10 (Single or two-seaters to 1650cc)--

    1000 Rafael Navarro IV, 24, Temecula, Calif./Rafael Navarro III, 48, Temecula, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy

    1062 J.J. Schnarr, 44, Reno, Nev./Eduardo Quinoz, Tijuana, Mexico, Alumi Craft-Chevy

    1092 Reinaldo Varela, 58, Brazil/Gustavo Gugelmin, 35, Brazil/Eric Stewart, Riverside, Calif., ESM-Honda

    1085 Justin Davis, 24, Chino Hills, Calif., Custom-Chevy

    1068 Cody Reid, 25, Apple Valley, Calif./Adam Pfankuch, Carlsbad, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy

    1023 Broc Dickerson, 16, Brawley, Calif./Jeff Dickerson, 42, Brawley, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy

    1032 Chip Prescott, 53, Fallbrook, Calif./Troy Van Houten, 24, Escondido, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy

    CLASS 8 (Full-sized two-wheel drive trucks)--

    844 Noah Ostanik, 45, Carlsbad, Calif./Steve Susral, 52, Escondido, Calif./Sean Hamilton, 45, San Diego, Ford F-150

    852 Spencer Morgan, 45, Chatanooga, Tenn./Gary Layendecker, 65, Laredo, Texas/Spencer Morgan Jr, 22, Chatanooga, Tenn., Ford F-150

    CLASS 1/2-1600 (VW-powered, single or two-seaters to 1600cc)--

    1601 Roberto Romo, 36, Mexicali, Mexico/Ramon Perez, 34, Mexicali, Mexico, Romo

    1644 Cesar Fiscal, 33, Tijuana, Mexico/Fabian Fiscal, 32, Tijuana, Mexico/Carlos, Suarez, 38, Tijuana, Mexico, Romo

    1625 Eric Pavolka, 48, Sonoita, Ariz./David Ramsze, 57, Sonita, Ariz., Foddrill

    1603 Oscar Alvarez, 41, McAllen, Texas/Fernando Alvarez, 36, San Antonio, Texas/Ruly Palacios, 36, Monterrey, Mexico/Oscar Alvarez Ortiz, 73, McAllen, Texas, Romo

    1662 Rick Boyer, 62, Bakersfield, Calif./Chris Boyer, 29, Bakersfield, Calif., Lothringer

    SCORE LITES (VW-powered, Limited single-1776cc-or two-seaters-1835cc)--

    1240 Miguel Bonilla, 46, Hermosillo, Mexico/Miguel Bonilla Valenzuela, 22, Hermosillo, Mexico/Fernando Mayoral, 34, Mexicali, Mexico/Mario Vargas, 31, Mexicali, Mexico, Jimco

    1222 Rafael Aguirre, 38, Monterrey, Mexico/Felipe Martinez, 37, Monterrey, Mexico, Foddrill

    1204 Gus Pinuelas, 37, Mexicali, Mexico/Cesar de la Torre, Mexicali, Mexico, Jimco

    1299 Vic Bruckmann, 44, Lemon Grove, Calif., Prill

    BAJA-e (EcoPowered Electric Cars)--

    E401 Andrea Peterhansel, 49, Switzerland (Germany)/Emma Clair, 41, France, ACCIONA car-EcoPowered

    CLASS 5 (Unlimited VW Baja Bugs)--

    501 Mark McNeil, 23, Tijuana, Mexico/Perry McNeil, 67, El Cajon, Calif.

    509 Jose Luis Lopez, 46, Mexicali, Mexico/Charlie Lopez, Mexicali, Mexico

    549 Ruben Hernandez, 43, Rosarito Beach, Mexico/Antonio Delgado, 34, Rosarito Beach, Mexico/Daniel Gandara, 37, Rosarito Beach, Mexico

    CLASS 7 (Open, production mini trucks)--

    700 Dan Chamlee, 55, Santa Barbara, Calif./Kirk Kimball, Santa Barbara, Calif., Ford Ranger

    701 Brandon Walsh, 31, Encinitas, Calif./Cody Weaver, Springville, Pa./Donovan Walsh, Encinitas, Calif., Toyota Tacoma

    719 Mark Johnson, 58, Riverside, Calif./Norris Brown, 59, Jackson, Wyo./John Lee, 58, Morena Vally, Calif., Honda Ridgeline

    PRO UTV FI (Forced Induction, 4-wheel Utility Vehicle)--

    2930 Sean Cook, 51, Citrus Heights, Calif./Hans Luenger, Cleveland, Ohio/Jesus Leon, Merida, Mexico/David Jackson, Las Vegas, Can-Am Maverick X3

    2971 Wayne Matlock, 39, Alpine, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

    2904 Cory Sappington, 52, Peoria, Ariz./Scott Sappington, 53, Glendale, Ariz./Jason Flanders, 38, Phoenix, Ariz., Can-Am Maverick X3 Turbo

    2975 Mike Cafro, 47, Fallbrook, Calif./Jamie Kirkpatrick, 36, Olympia, Wash., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

    2966 Rhys Millen, 45, San Juan Capistrano, Calif. (New Zealand)/Tony Hartley, 45, Great Britain, Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

    2919 Brandon Schueler, 28, Phoenix/Pat Stone 48, Payson, Ariz., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

    2916 Cody Rahders, 22, Alpine, Calif./Kevin Sullivan, 31, Campo, Calif./Fernando Ramirez, 32, San Diego, Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

    2917 Derek Murray, 37, Eastvale, Calif./Aaron Juarez, Eastvale, Calif./William Kugel, Brea, Calif., Can-Am Maverick X3

    2905 Marc Burnett, 46, Lakeside, Calif./Fernando Flores, 35, Ensenada, Mexico, Can-Am Maverick X3

    2946 Jose Juarez, 34, Lemon Grove, Calif./Mario Almezcua, Polaris XP1000

    2910 Scott Trafton, 36, Alpine, Calif./Dave Price, 69, Alpine, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

    2949 Alonzo Lopez, 43, Murrieta, Calif./Francisco Rodriguez, 45, Chula Vista, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

    2982 Hammond Meredith, 36, Sheridan, Wyoming/Nathan Moreno, 26, Huntington Beach, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

    PRO UTV (Naturally Aspirated, Stock 4-wheel Utility Vehicle)--

    1998 Don Whittington, 71, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Polaris RZR XP1000

    1950 JT Holmes, 37, Reno, Nev./Eric Clay, Reno, Nev., Polaris XP1000

    1955 Paul Champion, 45, Phoenix/Justin Smith, 46, Phoenix/Jeff Day, Phoenix/Travis Casteel, Phoenix, Polaris RZR XP1000

    1977 Javier Acosta, 40, San Diego/Rene Gutierrez, 32, San Diego, Polaris RZR XP1000

    1901 Greg Row, 54, Alpine, Calif., Polaris RZR XP1000

    1954 Kristen Matlock, 36, Alpine, Calif./Josh Row, 28, Lakeside, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 1000

    CLASS 5-1600 (1600cc VW Baja Bugs)--

    555 Tomas A. Fernandez, 45, Laredo, Texas (Mexico)/Adrian Saucedo, 26, Monterrey, Mexico/Alejandro Guevara, 35, Ensenada, Mexico/Joaquin Fernandez, 34, Chihuahua, Mexico

    596 Mark Winston, 59, Golden, Colo./Andrew Farris, 43, Incline Village, Nev./Daniel Sanchez, 25, Tijuana, Mexico/Cesar Salono, 23, Rosarito, Mexico

    580 Luis Macias, 37, Tijuana, Mexico/Isaac Torrecillas, 34, Ensenada, Mexico/Ivan Garcia, 47, Ensenada, Mexico/Marcos Melendrez, 38, San Diego

    567 Ernie Negrete, 44, San Diego/Luis Herrera/Christian Ortiz/Jorge Torres

    551 Juan Sanchez, 18, Tijuana, Mexico(DOR-Francisco Reyes, Tijuana, Mexico)

    599 Jorge Gutierrez, 40, El Cajon, Calif./Miguel De La Mora, 37, Westminster, Calif./Norman Garcia, 55, Chula Vista, Calif.

    550 Hector Hurtado, 38, Tijuana, Mexico/Sergio Lopez, 48/Fernando Flores/Oscar Shacon

    BAJA CHALLENGE (Spec, Subaru-powered Baja Touring Cars)--

    BC1 Matteo Bocelli, 20, Italy/Roger Norman, 54, Reno, Nev./Alberto Tomba, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

    CLASS 7SX (Open, production mini trucks)--

    741 Gerardo Novelo O., 52, Ensenada, Mexico/Gerardo Novelo Jr, 26, Ensenada, Mexico/Jim Murphy, 60, Lomita, Calif./Jose Castro, 46, Ensenada, Mexico/Jesus Castro, 27, Ensenada, Mexico, Nissan Frontier

    CLASS 11 (stock VW sedan)--

    1121 Dennis Hollenbeck, 56, Ensenada, Mexico/Armando Salazar, 31, Ensenada, Mexico/Luis Vasquez, 25, Ensenada, Mexico

    1156 Art Penner, 61, Canada/Jereme Robinson, 35, Cyprus, Texas/Marco Carmona, 66, Ensenada, Mexico

    1111 Eric Solorzano, 57, Tijuana, Mexico/Eustacio Santa Cruz, 43, Tijuana, Mexico/Keith Langford, 38, San Diego/Dana Brown, 57, Hollywood, Calif.

    SPORTSMAN

    SPT TRUCK—

    1401 Brandon Walsh, 31, Encinitas, Calif./Cody Weaver, Springville, Penn./Donovan Walsh, Encinitas, Calif./Doug Boren, Temecula, Calif. , Toyota Tacoma

    PRO MOTORCYCLES

    PRO MOTO UNLIMITED (450cc or more)--

    33x Garrett Poucher, 34, Valencia, Calif./Michel Valenzuela, 29, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda CRF450X

    23x Mark Winkelman, 58, Cedar Hill, Texas/Austin Miller, 29, Austin, Texas/Grant Statley, 22, Jamul, Calif., Husqvarna 501

    66x Santiago Creel, 31, Mexico City, Mexico/Alberto Heredia, Mexico City, Mexico/Larry Serna, San Luis Rio, Mexico, KTM 350EXC

    1x Mark Samuels, 28, Yucca Valley, Calif./Colton Udall, 31, Yucca Valley, Calif./Ryan Penhall, 30, Laguna Niguel, Calif., Honda CRF450X

    45x Shane Esposito, 43, Temecula, Calif. (ROR-Francisco Arredondo, 45, Guatemala), Honda CRF450X

    46x Max Eddy, 34, Barstow, Calif., Honda CRF450X

    43x Roberto Villalobos, 28, Dulzura, Calif., Honda CRF450X

    3x Ray Dal Soglio, 26, Scottsdale, Ariz./Nic Garvin, 23, Ladera Ranch, Calif./Austin Myers, 24, Santa Ynez, Calif, Honda CRF450X

    44x Justin Morgan, 27, El Cajon, Calif., Honda CRF450X

    PRO MOTO LIMITED (449cc or less)--

    125x Fernando Beltran, 40, Ensenada, Mexico/Emanuel Verdugo, 33, Ensenada, Mexico/David Zarate, 27, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico/Rigoberto Gomez, 28, San Quintin, Mexico,Yamaha YZ250F

    100x Kevin Murphy, 37, Camarillo, Calif.(ROR-Jim O’Neal, 70, Simi Valley, Calif.)/Morgan Crawford, 34, Fresno, Calif./Jared Megla, Husqvarna 350

    160x Santiago Creel, 31, Mexico City, Mexico/Larry Serna, San Luis Rio, Mexico/Alberto Heredia, Mexico City, Mexico, KTM 350EXC

    114x Rodolfo Patron, 37, Tijuana, Mexico/Philip Herrera, 19, Tijuana, Mexico/Willy Gaxiola, 25, Tecate, Mexico/Sergio Garza, 19, Tijuana, Mexico, KTM 350EXC

    PRO MOTO 30 (Riders over 30 years old)--

    360x Santiago Creel, 31, Mexico City, Mexico/Larry Serna, San Luis Rio, Mexico/Alberto Heredia, Mexico City, Mexico, KTM 350EXC

    371x Roy Buelna, 49, Ensenada, Mexico/Gerardo Buelna, 43, Ensenada, Mexico/Oscar Hale, 55, Ensenada, Mexico/Julio Gasper, 45, Ensenada, Mexico, Yamaha WR450

    303x Francisco Septien, 42, Ensenada, Mexico(ROR-Luis Gomez), Alberto Ruiz, 41, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda CRF450X

    300x Ryan Liebelt, 37, Reedley, Calif./Andrew Puckett, 35/Justin Schultz, 35, Lake Forest, Calif., Yamaha WR450

    PRO MOTO 40 (Riders over 40 years old)--

    411x Colie Potter, 48, Las Vegas/Paul Luce, 42, Albuquerque, N.M., Honda CRF450X

    400x Jano Montoya, 46, Winter Garden, Fla./Francisco Septien, 42, Ensenada, Mexico, KTM 450EXC

    PRO MOTO 50 (Riders over 50 years old)--

    510x Giovanni Spinali, 51, El Cajon, Calif./Earl Roberts, Mexicali, Mexico/Troy Pearce, Ramona, Calif., Honda CRF450X

    500x Marty Gomez, 57, Randsburg, Calif./Tim Gomez, 60, Long Beach, Calif., Honda CRF450X

    513x Bradley Loveday, 50, Alamo, Nev., Honda CRF450X

    549x Doug Smith, 61, Upland, Calif.(ROR-Robert Gates), Kawasaki KX450F

    550x Bill Sekeres, 56, Santa Clarita, Calif./Mike Prunty, 55, Temecula, Calif., Honda CRF450X

    PRO MOTO IRONMAN (Solo Riders)--

    721x Jose Armando Carassco, 27, Rosarito Beach, Mexico, Suzuki RMZ450X

    720x David Ibarra, 32, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda CRF450X

    PRO MOTO 60 (Riders over 60 years old)—

    600x Mark Hawley, 66, Anaheim, Calif./Andy Kirker, 61, Lake Forest, Calif./Bill Tarling, 64, Vista, Calif./Rod Hendrickson, 60, Boise, Idaho, Honda CRF450X

    609x Doug Smith, 61, Upland, Calif. (ROR-Donald Lewis)/Larry Engwall, 62, Santa Ana, Calif., Honda CRF450X

    PRO QUADS

    PRO QUAD (450cc or more)--

    2a Donald Higbee, 49, Casper, Wyo./Jose Torres, 28, San Felipe, Mexico/Jeremy Gray, 30, Barstow, Calif., Can-Am Outlander

    13a Said Sanchez, 30, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda TRX450R

    SPORTSMAN

    SPT M/C--

    223 x Mike Mettler, 43, Kunda, Idaho/Scott Macias, 52, Livermore, Calif., Yamaha YZ450FX

    247x Michael Boge, 62, Sandpoint, Idaho/Rory Whitney, 31, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, KTM 350XCF

    277x Stephen Gholson, 51, Richlands, N.C./Justin Santariga, 46, Jacksonville, N.C./Lou Isabelle, 47, Richlands, N.C./John Givens, 53, Orlando, Fla., Honda CRF450X

    SPT QUAD--

    162a Angel Esquivias Garcia, 28, Tijuana, Mexico/Francisco Ruano, 25, San Diego , Honda TRX450R

    117a Erik Ruiz, 27, Tijuana, Mexico/Ramon Torres, 23, Valle de Trinidad, Mexico, Honda TRX450R
     

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