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36 Monsters of the Desert ready to rock-2nd SCORE Baja 400

SCORE MEDIA CONTACT: Dominic Clark, Dominic@SCORE-International.com

September 6, 2021

Presented by VP Racing Fuels

36 SCORE Trophy Trucks ‘Monsters of the Desert’ set
to Rock
 ‘n’ Roll next week at 2nd SCORE Baja 400

Second-time race to be held September 14-19 in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico;
spectacular event is Round 3 of four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship
more info at https://score-international.com/raceinfo/2021-baja-400-sept-14-19-2021/

NOTE: SCORE Trophy Truck numerical entry list, all-time stats at bottom of text

     ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico—Envied by some, admired by many more, loathed by a few and respected by all as the ‘Monsters of the Desert’, 36 SCORE Trophy Trucks are ready to roar in next week’s 2nd SCORE Baja 400, presented by VP Racing.
The marquee SCORE racing division for high-tech, 1000 horsepower, unlimited custom trucks was created by iconic former SCORE owner Sal Fish in 1994 and pre-running continues this week in Mexico’s majestic and mysterious Baja California peninsula for Round 3 of the four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship.
The youngest race in the long and storied nearly 50-year history of the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Organization will be held next week (Sept. 14-19) in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.
Because of the significant health and safety BioSecurity protocols developed by SCORE in conjunction with and the approval of Mexican state and local health authorities as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, all race-week festivities and the start/finish line compound will be restricted access only and closed to the general public.
The SCORE Baja 400 race start/finish compound will be located Northeast of downtown Ensenada, one-mile east of the end of the extension of Avenida Ruiz on Libramiento Ensenada which can also be accessed off of Highway 3 (Ensenada-Tecate).
Use the following link for the map to the SCORE start/finish compound:
Spectators, adhering to the protocols, will be allowed to watch the race from around the 400-mile race course.
Round 3 of the four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship has entries from all across the United States and around the world competing in classes for cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles and quads are anticipated for the upcoming internationally-televised desert race in Mexico’s Baja California.
Qualifying (closed to the public) for starting positions within their respective classes on a special 5.37-mile course will be held on Wednesday (Sept. 15), starting at 8 a.m. PDT. Classes that will be qualifying for the SCORE Baja 400 are SCORE Trophy Truck, SCORE TT Legend, the unlimited Class 1 and the Trophy Truck Spec class.
Roaring through the desert terrain with the grace, beauty and power of the Bolshoi Ballet, the 36-truck SCORE Trophy Truck field for this year’s SCORE Baja 400 includes 20 racers who have combined to win 88 of the 136 races in the history of the featured class.
Enjoying its 28th season at the forefront of the sport, this year’s field also includes six racers who have combined to win the SCORE Trophy Truck season point championship in 13 of the first 27 campaigns.
Included in that elite group are the season champs of the last six consecutive seasons in the SCORE World Desert Championship.
‘Chairman of the Board’ in SCORE Trophy Truck is Las Vegas Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Famer Rob MacCachren with 17 all-time SCORE Trophy Truck race wins. The ‘Mac Attack’ is the winningest racer in the history of off-road racing with more than 300 class victories in multiple classes in the desert, short-course and stadium off-road racing, the amiable MacCachren has also won three SCORE Trophy Truck season point titles (1994, 2007-with Mark Post, and 2018). He drives the No. 11 BFGoodrich Tires Ford F-150 (built by Geiser Brothers).
Also entered are three of the four racers tied for second in career SCORE Trophy Truck race wins with 11 victories each are second-generation racers Robby Gordon and Tim Herbst along with third-generation desert racer Andy McMillin.
Another ORMHOF inductee, Gordon, Charlotte, N.C., who has had racing success also in IndyCar, NASCAR, Rally and Stadium, drives his No. 77 Chevy Silverado built by his own R. Gordon race shop. He has two career SCORE Trophy Truck season point titles (1996 and 2009).
Another Las Vegas ORMHOFF inductee, Tim Herbst pilots his No. 19 Ford F-150 built by Herbst/Smith Fab. Sharing the driving duties with Herbst will be fellow-Las Vegan Pat Dean who has one career SCORE Trophy Truck race victory
Herbst and his older brother Ed Herbst earned four SCORE Trophy Truck season point crowns over a five-year period (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003).
San Diego’s Andy McMillin, son of former SCORE champion Scott McMillin and grandson of the late Corky McMillin, leads the 2021 SCORE Trophy season point standings in his No. 31 Chevy Silverado built by Mason Motorsports. He has a second and third place finish in the two races so far this season. He also won the 2019 SCORE Trophy Truck season point champion while finishing second in the inaugural SCORE Baja 400 in 2019.
While Andy McMillin leads the 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship, MacCachren is in fourth place followed by Herbst in fifth at the midway point of the season.
Leading the next wave of SCORE Trophy Truck stallions entered in this race are Bryce Menzies, and Gus Vildosola Jr with six career race wins, Larry Roeseler with five and Ryan Arciero who has four career SCORE Trophy Truck race victories.
Menzies, also of Las Vegas, was the 2011 SCORE Trophy Truck season point champ while also winning the 2011 SCORE Rookie of the Year Award. He pilots the AWD No.7 Ford Raptor built by Mason Motorsports. He opened the 2021 campaign by winning the SCORE San Felipe 250.
Part of the most prominent Mexican racing team in SCORE, Vildosola Jr, of Mexicali, has returned to full-time competition and drives his No. 21 Ford Raptor built by the team’s Vildosola Racing shop.
Dubbed ‘Mr. Baja’ because of his amazing history in SCORE Baja racing both on two-wheels and four-wheels, Roeseler, Boulevard, Calif. will be driving the No. 43 Baja Jerky Toyota Tundra built by ID Designs. A member of both the Off-Road Motorsports and America Motorcycle Association Halls of Fame, Roeseler earned his fifth career SCORE Trophy Truck race win by capturing June’s 53rd SCORE Baja 500 where he now has 12 career overall victories including nine on motorcycles, two in open-wheel desert race cars and one in SCORE Trophy Truck. Roeseler also won last year’s SCORE Baja 1000 as the second driver for Luke McMillin.
Arciero, Foothill Ranch, Calif., returns as the defending SCORE Baja 400 overall winner from 2019 as the race was cancelled in 2020 because of the health pandemic. In this year’s race he will be the second driver for Mike Walser, Comfort, Texas, in the No. 89 Mason-built Chevy Silverado.
Entering this year’s SCORE Baja 400, Roeseler is second in SCORE Trophy Truck points behind A. McMillin and Vildosola Jr is third at the midway point in the 2021 season.
Joining his son at the starting line will be Gus Vildosola Sr, Mexicali with three career SCORE Trophy Truck race wins. Vildosola Sr will be driver of record in this race to debut his sparkling new AWD No. 12 Ford Raptor built by Mason Motorsports. Splitting the driving with him will be AMA Hall of Famer Ricky Johnson, Trabuco Canyon, Calif.
In 2010 Vildosola Sr teamed with his son as the son/father team became the first Mexican nationals to capture the overall and SCORE Trophy Truck in the iconic SCORE Baja 1000 peninsula race from Ensenada to La Paz.
Father and son Juan C. Lopez and Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, of Tecate, Mexico and ORMHOF inductee Cameron Steele each have earned two career SCORE Trophy Truck race wins.
The Lopez father/son have won once together and once separately. For this race the family duo will race together in their No. 9 custom-built Ford Raptor.
The popular Steele, San Clemente, Calif. who is also a renown professional action sports TV announce and does the intro and close for the SCORE race TV shows, will be driving his No. 16 Desert Assassins Ford Raptor built by Geiser Brothers.
If one McMillin racer wasn’t enough to compete against, the SCORE World Desert Championship includes Andy McMillin’s cousins Daniel McMillin and Luke McMillin. Carrying the banner of the Big Blue M racing machine, Daniel and Luke each have one career SCORE Trophy Truck race wins and Luke is the reigning SCORE Trophy Truck season point champion.
Also part of the field in this race with one career SCORE Trophy Truck race win each are brothers Alan and Aaron Ampudia, Ensenada, Mexico, Josh Daniel, Vista, Calif., Rick D. Johnson, Barstow, Calif. and Eduardo Laguna, Mexicali.
The Ampudia brothers will again race together while the other three will be the second driver for their respective SCORE Trophy Trucks.
Daniel is teamed with Justin Matney, Bristol, Tenn., Johnson will split the driving with Rolf Helland, Morris, Ill., in SCORE TT Legend, and Laguna will be the additional driver for Mario Fuente, Juarez, Mexico in the unlimited Class 1.
Nothing is for certain in SCORE Baja racing especially when 36 thoroughbreds glide their way over the unforgiving terrain of the Baja peninsula.
While 20 of the 36 entries in the behemoth class have tasted victory in the premier desert racing class, several other contenders will be in contention for coveted spots on the podium.
Youth may be served with the likes of 16-year-old Jax Redline, San Antonio, Texas and 17-year- old Madix Bailey, Riverside, Calif., in the starting grid.
Then there are cagey veterans like Justin Lofton, Brawley, Calif., Dan Myers, Newport Beach, Calif., Mike Lawrence, Banning, Calif. and Eric Hardin, Orange, Calif.
Adding even more spice to the palatable pot is veteran Dave Taylor, Paige, Ariz., who has recruited SCORE racing champion Sara Price, Canyon Country, Calif. as his second driver. Price, who is competing this year in the new Formula-E Off-Road Series of electric SUVs returns to SCORE as the 2019 SCORE TT Spec season champion.
An extra topping of competition will come from Dakar Rally racer AJ Jones, Litchfield Park, Ariz., whose father Jesse Jones, who won the 2010 SCORE Trophy Truck season point championship, may end up as a second driver for his talented son.
Easy to see then, anything is possible when these SCORE ‘Monsters of the Desert’ start their engines.
Official practice, or pre-running, on the official 400-mile race course for this year’s 2nd SCORE Baja 400 began this past Saturday. Pre-running starts at race mile 33.43 and finishes at race mile 366.64. The first 33.43 miles, which will be used in both directions during the race, will be available for pre-running only on Thursday (Sept. 16) and Friday (Sept. 17) and only in the outbound direction.
The official post-draw starting list, qualifying order entry list, course map, Racer’s Brief, Course Notes, GPS files and Penalty Brief are all now available on the SCORE website at the following link… https://score-international.com/raceinfo/2021-baja-400-sept-14-19-2021/.
The race features 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 will start and finish without spectators in the SCORE compound on the Northeast side of Ensenada.
The race features an impressive course of 400 miles. It runs west to Ojos Negro then south down the middle and then up the Pacific Coast side of Baja California.
There are two physical checkpoints, 138 virtual checkpoints including two narrow virtual checkpoints for this race course. It also has 13 speed zones for a total of 64.08 miles.
The two physical, full-stop checkpoints—Checkpoint 1 will be located at race mile 94.2 at Independencia and Checkpoint 2 will be at rm 228.82 at the end of the crossover road at Llano Colorado.
The course goes east through Ojos Negros and then begins 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 winds its way back towards the Pacific Ocean going over the hill at Mike’s Sky Rancho, and then through a new crossover section to Checkpoint 2 and south to make a loop just in north of Colonet. The course than parallels and draws 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.
Of the 190 entries from online racer registration, 20 U.S. States are represented plus racers from host Mexico, Bolivia, Canada, Ecuador, France, New Zealand, Peru and South Africa.
Leading the way are SCORE Trophy Truck (including three in SCORE TT Legend) has 36 entries, the Trophy Truck Spec class which has 27 entries to date, the Pro UTV FI (Forced Induction) class with 24, Class 10 (15) and Pro UTV NA (Naturally Aspirated) has eight entries. Leading the Sportsman classes is SPT Motorcycle with eight entries.
For more info, visit  https://score-international.com/raceinfo/2021-baja-400-sept-14-19-2021/.
The SCORE Baja 400 will be an elapsed-time race with staggered starts as the green flag on Saturday (Sept. 18) will drop first for the motorcycles and quads at 6 a.m. (PDT) and approximately 10 a.m. (PDT) for the cars, trucks and UTVs. While the fastest vehicles are expected to finish in around eight and one-half hours, all vehicles will have a 20-hour time limit to become official finishers in the race.
Over 200 vehicles are expected at the start line for this second-time SCORE race with racers from as many as 20 U.S. States and 10 countries anticipated. SCORE major sponsor BFGoodrich Tires has posted a US$5,000 contingency bonus for the overall 4-wheel race winner to help commemorate this newest race on the SCORE schedule.
The results of the SCORE Baja 400 also will determine the start order within each class for November’s iconic season-ending BFGoodrich Tires 54th SCORE Baja 1000, presented by 4 Wheel Parts.
In accordance with the current requirements of the Baja California Secretary of Health BioSecurity protocols, all pre-race activities and the start/finish line SCORE compound will be closed to the public.
During contingency and the race on Saturday, Sept. 18 until the course closes on Sunday morning, Sept. 19, live streaming will be broadcasting race activities and start and finish line interviews. Popular Rat Sult will once again serve as host of the SCORE Live streaming. Assisting Sult will be Dave Arnold.
SCORE live may be launched from the home page of the SCORE website.
The SCORE Registration tent at the start of the SCORE compound will be the site of many of the activities surrounding the 2nd SCORE Baja 400, presented by VP Racing Fuels. Racer registration and media registration will both be held on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (Sept. 15-17).
Racer registration will be held on Wednesday (Sept. 15) from 12 Noon to 8 p.m. PDT along with 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PDT on Thursday (Sept. 16) and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. PDT on Friday (Sept. 17).
On Wednesday, no new entries will be accepted after 7 p.m. PDT, on Thursday after 4 p.m. PDT and on Friday, no new entries will be accepted after 3 p.m. PDT
Media registration the SCORE Registration tent will be held on Tuesday (Sept. 14) and Wednesday (Sept. 15) from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. PDT and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PDT on both Thursday (Sept. 16) and Friday (Sept. 17).
The SCORE Media Center will be in the SCORE Registration tent during the race (Sept. 18-19) with internet access and live race updates, vehicle tracking displays including unofficial elapsed times.
Here are the remaining two events in the four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship which will all be held exclusively in Baja California, Mexico for the sixth consecutive year:

  • 2nd SCORE Baja 400, presented by VP Racing Fuels—

September 14-19, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

  • BFGoodrich Tires 54th SCORE Baja 1000, presented by 4 Wheel Parts—

November 15-20, Ensenada, Baja California to La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico
For the third straight year, the 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship races are airing on the ESPN family of networks. The four-races will air as specials on the World of X Games program on ESPN2.
ABC first covered the 1967 and 1968 Baja 1000 races on the old ABC Wide World of Sports show with Jim McKay and again in the late 1980s with veteran motorsports journalists Sam Posey and Jack Arute.
All of the SCORE race coverage shows also continue to air internationally in nearly 25 countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America and South America via syndication and ESPN International. The shows are co-produced by SCORE International and SoCal’s award-winning BCII TV.
Here are the dates for the four-race 2022 SCORE World Desert Championship which will be held in Baja California, Mexico for the seventh consecutive year.

  • 35th SCORE San Felipe 250—

March 29-April 3, San Felipe, Mexico

  • BFGoodrich Tires 54th SCORE Baja 500, presented by 4 Wheel Parts—

June 1-5, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

  • 3rd SCORE Baja 400—

September 13-18, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

  • BFGoodrich Tires 55th SCORE Baja 1000, presented by 4 Wheel Parts—

November 15-20, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
Official SCORE Sponsors: BFGoodrich Tires-Official Tire and Race Title Sponsor, Monster Energy-Official Energy Drink, 4 Wheel Parts-Official Off-Road Retailer and Race Presenting Partner, Ford-Official Truck and SUV, King Shocks-Official Shock Absorber, Polaris RZR-Official UTV, RACELINE Wheels-Official Wheel, VP Racing Fuels-Official Fuel, Wide Open Excursions-Official Arrive and Drive Company, Crystal Bay Casino-Official Casino and PCI Race Radios.
SCORE Official Partners: The Satellite Phone Store, Instant Mexico Auto Insurance, Lucerna Hotel.
Additional SCORE Associate Partners:  Baja California Secretary of Sustainable Economy and Tourism, XXIII Ensenada Municipal Government, Ensenada Hotel and Motel Association, Ensenada Tourism Marketing Committee and Cruz Roja Mexicana.
For more information regarding SCORE, visit the official website of the SCORE World Desert Championship at www.SCORE-International.com.

2nd SCORE Baja 400presented by VP Racing Fuels
Round 3 of four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship

September 14-19, 2021—400 miles – Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
Total Entries: 190 (as of 9/6/21)
(from 20 U.S. States, host Mexico, Bolivia, Canada,
Ecuador, France, New Zealand, Peru, So. Africa)

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

  SCORE TROPHY TRUCK (*36) (Unlimited CustomTrucks including Builder)–
1 Luke McMillin, 28, San Diego, Chevy Silverado (Mason)
4 Justin Matney, 35, Bristol, Tenn./Josh Daniel, Vista, Calif., Chevy R-6 (Geiser)
7 Bryce Menzies, 34, Las Vegas, Ford Raptor (Mason)
9 Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, 26, Tecate, Mexico/Juan C. Lopez, 46, Tecate, Mexico, Ford Raptor (Custom)
10 Alan Ampudia, 30, Ensenada, Mexico/Aaron Ampudia, 28, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor (ID)
11 Rob MacCachren, 56, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (Geiser)
12 Gustavo Vildosola Sr, 68, Mexicali, Mexico/Ricky Johnson, 56, Trabuco Canyon, Calif., Ford Raptor (Mason)
14 Bobby Pecoy, 57, Anaheim, Calif./Mike Byrd, 47, Parker, Ariz., Ford Raptor (Geiser)
16 Cameron Steele, 53, San Clemente, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser)
18 JP Gomez, 37, Placerville, Calif./, Ford Raptor (Geiser)
19 Tim Herbst, 58, Las Vegas/Pat Dean, 51, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (Herbst/Smith)
21 Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr, 39, Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor (Vildosola)
22 Jax Redline, 16, Amarillo, Texas/Apdaly Lopez, 26, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy R-2 (Geiser)
23 Daniel McMillin, 33, San Diego, Chevy 1500 (Mason)
26 Dave Taylor, 47, Paige, Ariz./Sara Price, 29, Canyon Country, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Geiser)
27 Jonathan Brenthel, 42, La Cresta, Calif./Kyle Jergensen, 26, Phelan, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Brenthel)
29 Madix Bailey, 17, Riverside, Calif./Brandon Bailey, 39, Riverside, Calif., Ford Raptor (ID)
31 Andy McMillin, 33, San Diego, Chevy Silverado (Mason)
35 Carlos Penunuri, 40, La Paz, Mexico/Carlos Ortiz, La Paz, Mexico/Jose Ivan Sanchez, La Paz, Mexico, Chevy 1500 (Chevy)
40 Chris Miller, 47, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif./Adalberto Cruz, 30, San Diego, Chevy Silverado (Mason)
41 Justin Lofton, 35, Brawley, Calif./Ray Griffith, 31, Downey, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason)
43 Larry Roeseler, 64, Boulevard, Calif., Toyota Tundra (ID)
45 Gary Magness, 67, Denver/Devin House, Denver, Ford F-150 (Herbst/Smith)
52 Rick Sanchez, 44, San Vicente, Mexico/Enrique Varo, San Vicente, Mexico, Ford F-150 (Padmur)
65 Dan Myers, 43, Newport Beach, Calif./Steve Myers, 55, Newport Beach, Calif., Toyota Tundra (R. Gordon)
66 Shane Redline, 45, Amarillo, Texas/Travis Clarke, 41, Encinitas, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Geiser)
71 Eric Hardin, 39, Orange, Calif., GMC Sierra (ID)
77 Robby Gordon, 52, Charlotte, N.C. (Santa Ana, Calif.), Chevy Silverado (R. Gordon)
79 AJ Jones, 25, Litchfield Park, Ariz./, Chevy Silverado (Mason)
85 Mike Lawrence, 33, Banning, Calif./Brad Manka, 45, Yucaipa, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst/Smith)
89 Mike Walser, 54, Comfort, Texas/Ryan Arciero, 47, Foothill Ranch, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason)
90 Raul Gomez, 42, Placerville, Calif./Darian Gomez, 20, Placerville, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser)
92 Paul Nauleau, 24, France/Joe Desrosiers, 52, San Marcos, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Fusion)
  *SCORE TT LEGEND (Unlimited Custom Trucks, includes builder, Drivers over 50 years old)–
5L Clyde Stacy, 76, Bristol, Va./Nick Vanderwey, 54, Litchfield Park, Ariz., Chevy V-16 (Geiser)
37L Rolf Helland, 61, Morris, Ill./Rick D. Johnson, 55, Barstow, Calif., Ford Raptor (Mason)
53L Wade Morris, 54, Durham, Calif., Ford Raptor (Brenthel)
SCORE Trophy Truck®
(debuted in 1994, for 950 horsepower unlimited custom trucks-136 total Desert races, 3 Stadium-short course)

All-Time SCORE Trophy Truck Race Winners
(1994 through 2021 SCORE Baja 500)

Wins  Driver(s), Years (NOTE: Racers in BF are entered in the 2021 SCORE Baja 400)

Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, Ford F-150, 1994, 1996 (2), 2003 (w/ G. Vildosola), 2007(3) (w/M.
Post), 2011 (2), 2012(2), 2014 (w/A.McMillin/J.Voss), 2015 (w/A. McMillin), 2016 (w/J. Voss), 2017,
2018 (2)
Robby Gordon, Mooresville, N.C., Ford F-150, 1996(4), Chevy CK1500, 2005, 2006*(2)(one w/A.
McMillin), 2009(2), 2013
Ed/Tim Herbst, Las Vegas, Ford F-150, 1997, 1998, 1999(3), 2000(2), 2001, 2002, 2003(2)
Andy McMillin, San Diego, Chevy Silverado, 2006 (w/R. Gordon), 2009 (w/S. McMillin), 2010 (2) (one w/S. McMillin), 2011(w/S. McMillin), 2014 (2) (1 w/MacCachren), 2015 (w/MacCachren), 2017, 2019(2)
Larry Ragland, Phoenix, Chevy, 1995(2), 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2002 (w/ Mark Miller), 2005-2006-2007 (w/B.Collins)
Dan Smith/David Ashley, Riverside, Calif., Ford F-150, 1998(2), 2000, 2001(3), 2002(3)
Ivan Stewart, Alpine, Calif., Toyota SR5, 1994(3), 1995(2), 1997, 1998(2), 1999
Mark Post, Laguna Beach,CA, Ford F-150, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 (all w/J. Whelchel), 2007(3) (w/R. MacCachren)
B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2012(2), 2013
Brian Collins, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado, 2001, 2005-2006-2007 (w/L. Ragland), 2008, 2009
Bryce Menzies, Las Vegas, Ford F-150, 2011 (2), 2012, 2013, 2014, 2021
Gus Vildosola Jr., Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor, 2010, 2013 (w/ Gus Vildosola Sr.), 2014, 2015 (2), 2016
Larry Roeseler, Boulevard, Calif., Chevy K1500/Toyota Tundra, 1999, 2008 (2) (w/R. Norman), 2020 (w/L. McMillin), 2021
Ryan Arciero, Foothill Ranch, Calif., Chevy Silverado, 2003(2), 2004 (w/ M. Miller), 2019
Curt LeDuc, Cherry Valley, Calif., Jeep Grand Cherokee, 1995, 1997(3)
Mark Miller, Cave Creek, Ariz., Chevy Silverado, 2002 (w/ Larry Ragland), 2003(2), 2004 (w/ R. Arciero)
Paul/Dave Simon, Fallbrook, Calif., Ford F-150, 1994(2), 1995(2)
Jerry Whelchel, Portola Hills, Calif., Ford F-150, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 (all w/M. Post)
Scott McMillin, San Diego, Chevy Silverado, 2009 (w/A. McMillin), 2010 (w/A. McMillin), 2011 (w/A. McMillin)
Gus Vildosola Sr., Mexicali, Mexico, Ford F-150, 2003 (w/ Rob MacCachren), 2010, 2013 (w/ Gus Vildosola Jr.)
Garron Cadiente, Mesa, Ariz., Ford F-150, 2006, 2007
Jesse Jones, Litchfield Park, Ariz., Ford F-150, 2010 (2)
Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Rally Truck, 2015, 2017(w/Juan C. Lopez)
Juan C. Lopez, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Silverado, 2016, 2017 (w/Apdaly)
Roger Norman, Reno, Nev., Ford F-150, 2008 (2) (W/L. Roeseler)
Alan Pflueger, Honolulu, Chevy Silverado, 2004(2)
Bob Shepard, Phoenix, Chevy CK1500, 2005, 2006
Cameron Steele, San Clemente, Calif., Ford Raptor, 2018(2) (one with Dean)
Jason Voss, Gilroy, Calif., Ford F-150, 2014 (w/MacCachren, A. McMillin), 2016 (w/MacCachren)
Aaron Ampudia, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor, 2019
Alan Ampudia, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor, 2019
Jason Baldwin, Laguna Beach, Calif., Ford F-150, 2005
Brian Coats, Huntington Beach, Calif., Chevy C1500, 1997
Marty Coyne, El Centro, Calif., Ford F-150, 2005*
Josh Daniel, Vista, Calif., Chevy Rally Truck, 2017
Pat Dean, Las Vegas, Ford Raptor (w/Steele)
Gary Dircks, Anthem, Ariz., Ford F-150, 2004
Dale Dondel, Hemet, Calif, Chevy Silverado, 2005
Steven Eugenio, El Centro, Calif., Chevy Silverado, 2014
Juan C. Ibarra, Ensenada, Mexico, Chevy C1500, 1998
Rick D. Johnson, Barstow, Calif., Ford F-150, 2009
Eduardo Laguna, Mexicali, Mexico, Chevy Silverado, 2015
Daniel McMillin, San Diego, Chevy C 1500, 2020 (w/J. Smith)
Luke McMillin, San Diego, Ford F-150, 2020 (w/Roeseler)
Carl Renezeder, Lake Forest, Calif., Ford F-150, 2007
Rich Ronco, Peoria, Ariz., Chevy Silverado, 2008
Jim Smith, Orange, Calif., Ford F-150, 1994
Justin B. Smith, Las Vegas, Chevy C1500, 2020 (w/D. McMillin)
Billy Wilson, Corpus Christi, Texas, Chevy Silverado, 2016
  *non-points stadium-short course race

27 Years of SCORE Trophy Truck Season Point Champions

1994–Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
1995–Ivan Stewart, Alpine, Calif., Toyota SR5
1996–Robby Gordon, Orange, Calif., Ford F-150
1997–Curt LeDuc, Cherry Valley, Calif., Jeep Grand Cherokee
1998–David Ashley/Dan Smith, Riverside, Calif., Ford F-150
1999–Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2000–Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2001–David Ashley/Dan Smith, Riverside, Calif., Ford F-150
2002–Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2003–Tim Herbst/Ed Herbst, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2004–Jason Baldwin, Laguna Beach, Calif., Ford F-150
2005–Bob Shepard, Phoenix, Chevy CK1500
2006–B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado
2007–Mark Post, Laguna Beach, Calif./Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2008–B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado
2009–Robby Gordon, Charlotte, N.C., Chevy CK1500
2010–Jesse Jones, Litchfield Park, Ariz., Ford F-150
2011–Bryce Menzies, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2012–B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado
2013–B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado
2014–Steven Eugenio, El Centro, Calif., Chevy Silverado
2015–Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Silverado
2016–Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Silverado
2017–Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Chevy Silverado
2018–Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2019–Andy McMillin, San Diego, Chevy Silverado
2020–Luke McMillin, San Diego, Ford F-150
     MULTIPLE SCORE TROPHY TRUCK SEASON POINT CHAMPS: 4—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003) and B.J. Baldwin (2006, 2008, 2012, 2013); 3—Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez (2015, 2016, 2017) and Rob MacCachren (1994, 2007, 2018); 2—Dave Ashley/Dan Smith (1998, 2001) and Robby Gordon (1996, 2009)

SCORE TT Legend Season Point Champions

(SCORE Trophy Truck drivers 50 years and older)
2017–Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va./Armin Schwarz, Germany, Chevy Silverado
2018–Gus Vildosola Sr, Mexicali, Mexico/Scott Bailey, Riverside, Calif., Ford Raptor
2019–Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va./Nick Vanderwey, Phoenix, Chevy Silverado
2020–Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va./Nick Vanderwey, Phoenix, Chevy Silverado

SCORE Trophy Truck®

(debuted in 1994, for 950 horsepower unlimited custom trucks-136 Desert, 3 Stadium-short course)

All-Time SCORE Trophy Truck Race Winners
(1994 through 2021 SCORE Baja 500)

SCORE Parker 400
1994—Paul Simon
1995—Ivan Stewart
1996—Robby Gordon
1997—Curt LeDuc
SCORE Desert Challenge
(Laughlin, Nev. 1995-2012; Plaster City, Calif. 2014, Rosarito Beach, Mexico 2016; Tijuana, Mexico 2017, 2018)
1995—Ivan Stewart
1996—Rob MacCachren
1997—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst
1998—Dave Ashley/Dan Smith
1999—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst
2000—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst
2001—Brian Collins
2002—Dan Smith
2003—Mark Post/Jerry Whelchel
2004—Gary Dircks
2005—Dale Dondel
2006—B.J. Baldwin
2007—B. J. Baldwin
2008—Rich Ronco
2009—Robby Gordon
2010—Andy McMillin
2011—Bryce Menzies
2012, Rd 1—B.J. Baldwin
2012, Rd 2—Rob MacCachren
2014—Steven Eugenio
2016—Juan C. Lopez
2017—Josh Daniel
2018—Cameron Steele
SCORE San Felipe 250
1994—Ivan Stewart
1995—Larry Ragland
1996—Robby Gordon
1997—Curt LeDuc
1998—Juan Carlos Ibarra
1999—Ed/Tim Herbst
2000—Tim/Ed Herbst
2001—Tim/Ed Herbst
2002—Dan Smith/David Ashley
2003—Gus Vildosola/Rob MacCachren
2004—Mark Post/Jerry Whelchel
2005—Jason Baldwin
2006—Garron Cadiente
2007—Mark Post/Rob MacCachren
2008—Brian Collins
2009—Brian Collins
2010—Jesse Jones
2011—Rob MacCachren
2012—Rob MacCachren
2013—Gus Vildosola/Gus Vildosola Jr
2014—Gus Vildosola Jr
2015—Gus Vildosola Jr
2016—Billy Wilson
2017—Rob MacCachren
2018—Rob MacCachren
2019—Andy McMillin
2020—No Race (Pandemic)
2021—Bryce Menzies
SCORE Challenge of Champions-San Felipe
2011—Rob MacCachren
SCORE Nissan (Mint) 400
1994—Paul Simon/Dave Simon
SCORE Baja 500
1994—Ivan Stewart
1995—Curt LeDuc
1996—Rob MacCachren
1997—Ivan Stewart
1998—Ivan Stewart
1999—Ivan Stewart
2000—Larry Ragland
2001—David Ashley/Dan Smith
2002—Mark Miller/Larry Ragland
2003—Mark Miller/Ryan Arciero
2004—Alan Pflueger
2005—Robby Gordon
2006—Brian Collins/Larry Ragland
2007—Larry Ragland/Brian Collins
2008—B.J. Baldwin
2009—Rick D. Johnson
2010—Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin
2011—Bryce Menzies
2012—Bryce Menzies
2013—Robby Gordon
2014—Bryce Menzies
2015—Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez
2016—Gus Vildosola Jr
2017—Andy McMillin
2018—Rob MacCachren
2019—Andy McMillin
2020—Daniel McMillin/Justin B. Smith
2021—Larry Roeseler
SCORE Fireworks 250
1994—Ivan Stewart
1995—Paul Simon
1996—Robby Gordon
1997—Brian Coats
1998—David Ashley
1999—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst
SCORE Gold Coast 300
1994—Rob MacCachren
SCORE Las Vegas 250
1995—Paul Simon
SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Cup
2005—Marty Coyne
2006—Robby Gordon
2007—Rob MacCachren
SCORE Imperial Valley 250
2014—Andy McMillin
2015—Gus Vildosola Jr
SCORE Baja Sur 500
2015—Eduardo Laguna
SCORE Henderson’s Terrible 250
2002—Mark Post/Jerry Whelchel
2003—Tim Herbst/Ed Herbst
SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Primm 300
1996—Robby Gordon
1997—Curt LeDuc
1998—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst
1999—Larry Roeseler
2000—Mark Post/Jerry Whelchel
2001—David Ashley/Dan Smith
2002—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst
2003—Tim Herbst/Ed Herbst
2004—Alan Pflueger
2005—Brian Collins/Larry Ragland
2006—Bob Shepard
2007—Garron Cadiente
2008—Roger Norman/Larry Roeseler
2009—Robby Gordon
2010—Jesse Jones
SCORE Baja 400
2019—Ryan Arciero
2020—No Race (Pandemic)
SCORE Baja 1000
1994—Jimmy Smith
1995—Larry Ragland
1996—Larry Ragland
1997—Larry Ragland
1998—Ivan Stewart
1999—Larry Ragland
2000—Dan Smith/David Ashley
2001—David Ashley/Dan Smith
2002—David Ashley/Dan Smith
2003—Mark Miller/Ryan Arciero
2004—Mark Miller/Ryan Arciero
2005—Bob Shepard
2006—Andy McMillin/Robby Gordon
2007—Mark Post/Rob MacCachren/Carl Renezeder
2008—Roger Norman/Larry Roeseler
2009—Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin
2010—Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola/Gus Vildosola Sr.
2011—Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin
2012—B.J. Baldwin
2013—B.J. Baldwin
2014—Rob MacCachren/Andy McMillin/Jason Voss
2015—Rob MacCachren/Andy McMillin
2016—Rob MacCachren/Jason Voss
2017—Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez/Juan C. Lopez
2018—Cameron Steele/Pat Dean
2019—Alan Ampudia/Aaron Ampudia
2020—Luke McMillin/Larry Roeseler