‘Cool Hand Luke’ prepping for 34th SCORE San Felipe 250 – SCORE-International.com

‘Cool Hand Luke’ prepping for 34th SCORE San Felipe 250

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

March 29, 2021

April 14-18 race presented by Ford

‘Cool Hand Luke’ McMillin prepping to defend season title
starting at BFGoodrich Tires 34th SCORE San Felipe 250


Pre-running opens on Saturday, April 3; Start/Finish at El Dorado Ranch;
Airing on ESPN2 World of X Games; Qualifying on Thursday April 15
for SCORE Trophy Truck, SCORE TT Legend, Class 1, Trophy Truck Spec;

NOTE: numerical entry list, by class (as of 3/26), at bottom of text

ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico – With pre-running opening on Saturday (April 3), San Diego’s youthful champion old-west style poker player ‘Cool Hand Luke’ McMillin and his Big Blue M McMillin Racing team are patiently preparing to defend their 2020 SCORE Trophy Truck season point championship starting with next month’s season-opening BFGoodrich Tires 34th Annual SCORE San Felipe 250, presented by Ford.
Returning after a one-year absence because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Round 1 of the four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship will be held April 14-18 in the quaint, peaceful village of San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico.
With 51 classes offered for Pro and Sportsman Cars, Trucks, UTVs, Motorcycles and Quads, 255 entries to date have come from 26 U.S. States, along with host Mexico, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Finland, Netherlands, New Zealand and Peru.
This season-opening race will be held under the same Bio-Security protocols as last year’s abbreviated season of two races that includes no spectators at contingency, the start or the finish but fans will be allowed again to watch out around the race course, following normal health and safety protocols.
Contingency, and the start/finish compound will all be located on the secured grounds of the luxurious El Dorado Ranch just north of town. Last year’s SCORE Baja 500 was held at the same gated-community complex.
San Felipe is 125 miles south of the U.S. Border at Calexico, Calif. on the eastern side of the Baja peninsula along the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez. All four 2020 SCORE races will be held on Mexico’s magnificent Baja California peninsula for the sixth consecutive year.
Domestically, the race will be televised on a delayed basis on the World of X Games show on the ESPN2 as co-produced by SCORE International and award-winning BCII TV of Los Angeles.
Celebrating the 34th anniversary of the youngest of the three legendary SCORE Baja races, sometimes referred to as the SCORE ‘baby Baja’, event information is located on the SCORE website under Race Info at www.SCOREInternational.com for Pro and Sportsman entries for cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles and quads.
When it comes to desert racing, not many families do it better than San Diego’s McMillin family. When it comes to SCORE Baja racing, no family does it any better than the Big Blue M Racing machine.
The McMillin family has permanently engraved its revered family name in the SCORE history book with seven different family members with class wins in SCORE Baja racing and six of them have overall victories as well.
Luke McMillin, 28, the reigning SCORE Trophy Truck season point champion, is the youngest of the McMillin family racers in the esteemed group as he looks to defend his coveted class season point crown in the marquee racing division for high-tech, 950-horsepower, unlimited custom trucks. While his regular truck is No. 83, this year he has earned the top number and will drive the No. 1 McMillin Racing 4 Wheel Parts Ford F-150 built by Racer Engineering.
The glorious McMillin Racing legacy began in the mid-1970s with the revered late family patriarch Corky McMillin who was still racing with SCORE at 76 years old. It continued until the late 1990s through Corky’s sons Scott and Mark and lives on today through three third generation racers.
Scott’s son Andy and Mark’s sons Daniel and Luke are now three of the pre-eminent drivers in the fabled SCORE Trophy Truck division.
Andy’s sister Jessica also won races in the SCORE Protruck class when she competed in the series but is no longer an active driver.
No one appreciates the family legacy more than Luke McMillin.
Finishing third in last year’s SCORE Baja 500 and winning the overall and SCORE Trophy Truck class at the SCORE Baja 1000 with help from second driver Baja legend Larry Roeseler, Luke McMillin had much to say.
“I have a ton of memories down in Baja, I’ve been a part of the pre-runs and races with my family since I was five years old. I was always my dad’s (Mark) biggest fan and was very involved in his racing and even the team decisions from an early age. My dad saw early on that racing was naturally a huge part of my life and something that was embedded in my heart.”
“There wasn’t a time or single moment that racing clicked for me, as long as I can remember I absolutely loved the sport and everyone around me could also see that was the case without a doubt…”
Luke McMillin remembered, “The racing in the late 90s and early 2000s are some of my greatest memories and they are from the sidelines. Looking back I was very fortunate to have been able to watch racers like LR (Larry Roeseler) in The Truggy (Troy Herbst’s Class 1 Landshark), Ivan (Stewart) in the PPI Truck, (Larry) Ragland in the Vortec Trailblazer, and (Dave) Ashley/(Dan)Smith in the Duralast truck race.”
“Thinking of that era still gets me excited like a little kid. It feels like yesterday that my heart would race and pump adrenaline as I chased down the peninsula and waited to see who was “the first truck on the road“. The excitement back then for me was overwhelming.”
“After that the memories continued with pre-running in a 1600 car when I was 12 years old, driving countless miles following my dad and dreaming that I would be racing against those guys one day. The time couldn’t come soon enough.”
The youngest McMillin also has plenty of memories from his early SCORE racing career.
He said, “We had a great run in the open-wheelers in my early racing years. Both 2011 and 2012 were two years that I’ll never forget. In 2011 we won the SCORE Baja 500 and the SCORE Baja 1000 in class 1/2-1600.”
“After that was my class 1 debut, a class I had followed my entire life, we went on to win all three SCORE Baja races in 2012 (250, 500 and 1000). For a long time I only considered those years steppingstones to where I really wanted to be (contending for the overall victory). But now after winning the SCORE Baja 1000 overall in SCORE Trophy Truck, I’ve looked back and I’m extremely proud of those other wins! In our sport, the top class does not necessarily mean the top drivers. Really anyone can enter any class depending on what vehicle they have. So to win the SCORE Baja 1000 in 1600, Class 1, and SCORE Trophy Truck, I think that is really special and I’m extremely grateful that I had the opportunity to climb the ladder and win in all of those classes.”
Remembering his championship season in 2020, McMillin reflected, “Without a doubt the greatest memory from 2020 was winning the SCORE Baja 1000 in SCORE Trophy Truck. Although the season point championship is really great, the number one goal is always to win the SCORE Baja 1000. Since it was a shortened season, I would not have been satisfied with the championship without going to the SCORE Baja 1000 and beating all of our top competitors, which we did. And then the exclamation point to the big win was winning it with the amazing Larry Roeseler who drove the first half of the race.”
Luke McMillin and his older brother Dan McMillin have been fierce friendly rivals so they were very young, but Luke says the help each other as much as compete against each other.
Luke commented, “What rivalry? Dan and I only work together as teammates, and better than ever before, really. We both want to win but if one of us can’t, we want the other to win for sure! We definitely run different paces and strategies, which complements each other well as teammates. Typically I’m out to only win, I’m never content with second or third place. Dan wants to win too of course, but his style to consistently always be in the top five is really great. The team worked together on some upgrades for his truck this season and I think he’s going to have a really great shot at winning a lot of races this year. To be honest I am a little worried!”
“I always pre-run with my brother Dan. Of course, we also always have our navigators stay down with us the entire time pre-running which is a huge commitment from them. We also have a third seat in the back of the pre-runner and my wife Jen will often come down for a couple days and ride for fun.”
McMillin commented, “We are staying south of Highway 3 which I think is great, as that is a traditional San Felipe race. I know the San Felipe area well and to me it’s all about a combination of washes and whoops, which I love!”
–NEW NO. 1
Without giving away the ‘secrets’ McMillin has plenty to say about his race truck, the No. 1 Racer-built Ford F-150.
He said, “The No. 1 truck at heart is the No. 83 truck, the same truck I’ve been racing for almost eight years now. Although it may have put a damper on results for a few years, the things we have learned over the years has really helped me grow as a racer and will for sure benefit me in the future. With that being said, the truck has seven podiums in a row right now.”
“Without getting into specifics, we did make some improvements during the off-season, particularly related to tires and suspension, improving drive-ability and speed.  Although it may not be the fastest truck on the track these days, the truck is only one piece to the puzzle to win in SCORE Baja races. I will say, I have no choice but to drive extremely hard all race if I have a shot against the new AWD’s and Big Block Engines so many racers are running now.”
“I will have one additional driver this season, for the SCORE Baja 1000. Although our friendship is very much alive, my racing partnership with Larry Roeseler has come to an end this year, but it’s all good, I am very excited for him to have his own SCORE Trophy Truck ride all season… Although I cannot say who, I am currently working on an additional driver for the SCORE Baja 1000. I do have two or three options in the back of my mind for drivers but there is one stand out that I am particularly excited about and hoping to lock down soon.”
McMillin is quick to respond regarding who has been the greatest influence to him in life and racing.
He expounded, “Without a doubt my dad (Mark McMillin). He is a five-time SCORE Baja 1000 overall winner and the one who gives me the opportunity to go race. Although I always thought he was just giving me dad advice to “take it easy”, he was really giving me winning advice.”
Besides his father Mark, Luke McMillin has several racers he admired growing up, saying “Rob MacCachren and Larry Roeseler are really the standouts to me. I believe Rob MacCachren to be the greatest off-road racer of all time (including stateside and short course) and Larry Roeseler is the greatest Baja racer of all time. On top of their accomplishments, they are both standup guys that I look up to a lot. I relate a lot to Rob and the different limited classes he raced leading up to SCORE Trophy Truck. I did get a chance to race against him in the 1600 one time at the SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Primm 300. I held onto his and Adam Pfankuch’s bumper for a few laps and at the time it was a highlight in my driving career.”
McMillin commented on his team saying, “Yes, I’m confident our team is coming back even stronger. Early in 2020 was actually when we brought in a lot of newer guys to the Raceshop along with our experienced crew and to be honest, it totally revived our team. We are all very excited and motivated to work together with an aligned goal to go win. On top of that, we continue to have more and more fun together too, which really is a key part to success.”
“The awards were great, however they are tough at the same time because there’s no single person that makes the team successful, I wish I could’ve recognized everyone, really.  Honestly, I think of each individual person on our team right now as essential to our success and I’m very thankful to have all of them.  One standout member of our team is Max Kromenhoek, our engineer, I credit a lot of our teams turn around to him as well as Chris Olimon, our manager and my ex-corider for 10 years. But again, it’s hard to name names because every single member is important.”
McMillin values the opportunity to test his race truck, stating “We have put down hundreds of miles of testing in both trucks, although the main focus was on the AWD truck. We tested in Plaster City, San Felipe, and also up in Las Vegas all in the last two months before tear down and preparation for the SCORE San Felipe 250. It was a very productive off-season to say the least.”
McMillin knows he will have the bullseye on his back this season and expresses his thoughts, “As far as the championship goes, I think our greatest competitors will be the Ampudia brothers. However, as far as winning individual races, Bryce Menzies will be very tough to beat. He is the fastest driver in our sport today, but again, there are a lot of pieces to the puzzle to put together a winning season.”
“We would be where we are today without our sponsors,” said McMillin. “Our top sponsors of course is us, DLM Properties/McMillin Racing. On top of that 4 Wheel Parts will be the title sponsor of our trucks again this year. Along with them is BFGoodrich Tires, who we have had a relationship with for a very long time but has grown immensely in the last year. We also will have Method Race Wheels and Piston Pete’s Brewery as big parts of the program.”
With a degree in Business Management, Luke McMillin and his brother Dan own their own company, DLM Properties. Luke commented, “DLM Properties is the name of our company and things are going very well! We are asset/property managers specializing in multi-family acquisitions.  DLM is different than “the big McMillin company” our family has had for years, that company continues to wind down and my dad has really handed the reins over to Dan and I to grow our own business.”
“Our offices are actually at our Raceshop now which has been extremely productive for both the business and racing side. When I was younger, real estate, although a necessity, was always our families “boring side” of things and I could barely stay awake through the meetings, often daydreaming about racing. Haha.”
“I now really love what we do and I am extremely excited for the future. Sustainability of the future for us and our families is of course the most important. Having a good understanding and control of our financials and future is a great feeling.”
“I consider myself fortunate that my dad has provided racing for us over the years, but I consider myself even more fortunate and thankful for the business and future he laid out for us. We have such a great race team in place right now that I have actually been able to put a lot of my focus on the business in the last year or two. Currently I would say I spend about 75% of my time on business and 25% on racing, which we treat like a business as well.”
With pre-running opening Saturday, April 3 for the 34th SCORE San Felipe 250, SCORE President/Race Director Jose A. Grijalva has put together another memorable race course to challenge the world’s best desert racers.
Starting and finishing without spectators in the s/f compound because of Health and Safety protocols on the grounds of the El Dorado Ranch the race is 280.2 miles, will run in a clockwise direction and feature two physical full stop checkpoints and 82 virtual checkpoints and just four speed zones for a total of 9.3 miles.
It also runs through five of the glorious infamous Baja washes in this order: Azufre, Huatamote, Chanate, Amarillas and Las Cuevitas.
With several new sections, the entire race course will be south of Highway 3 for the first time in several years.
All Sportsman classes and Class 11 will race on a reduced course of 242.88 miles.
The course map is available on the SCORE website. The racer’s brief and GPS files will become available at 6 p.m. PT (Thursday, April 1) on the SCORE website under race info for the SCORE San Felipe 250.
BFGoodrich Tires, the official tire of SCORE for 45 years, received two awards for the 2020 SCORE World Desert Championship. BFGoodrich Tires was honored as the SCORE Contingency Company of the year for the 30th time as well as being voted the SCORE Pit Support Team of the Year for the 32nd time.
BFGoodrich Tires has been the choice of 32 of the 52 overall winners of the popular SCORE Baja 500 and 31 of the 53 overall winners of the legendary SCORE Baja 1000. BFGoodrich Tires is also the title sponsor of both of the iconic races again in 2021.
BFGoodrich Tires also has been the choice of 28 of the 33 overall winners of the SCORE San Felipe 250, all three SCORE Desert Challenge races, the lone SCORE Challenge of Champions in San Felipe, the one SCORE Baja Sur 500 and the inaugural SCORE Baja 400.
BFGoodrich Tires is also the title sponsor for this year’s SCORE San Felipe 250. BFGoodrich Tires has posted a contingency bonus for the overall winner of this race of US$5,000.
Presenting sponsor for this year’s BFGoodrich Tires 34th SCORE San Felipe 250 is Ford, the official vehicle and SUV of SCORE and the SCORE World Desert Championship.
Here are the dates for the four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship which will all be held in Baja California, Mexico for the sixth consecutive year:

  • BFGoodrich Tires 34th SCORE San Felipe 250, presented by Ford—

April 14-18, San Felipe, Mexico

  • BFGoodrich Tires 53rd SCORE Baja 500, presented by 4 Wheel Parts—

June 9-13, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

  • 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.
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.
SCORE Official Partners: PCI Race Radios, 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, XXIII Mexicali Municipal Government, Mexicali and San Felipe COTUCO, Cruz Roja Mexicana.
For more information regarding SCORE, visit the official website of the SCORE World Desert Championship at www.SCORE-International.com.

BFGoodrich Tires 34th SCORE San Felipe 250, presented by Ford
Round 1 of four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship
April 14-18, 2021—280.2 miles – San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico

Total Entries: 255 (as of 3/26/21)
(from 26 U.S. States, host Mexico, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada,
Costa Rica, Finland, Netherlands, New Zealand)

(numerical order, by class)
Pro Cars/Trucks/UTVs

1 Luke McMillin
2 Cameron Steele
4 Justin Matney
*5L Clyde Stacy
7 Bryce Menzies
9 Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez
10 Alan Ampudia
11 Rob MacCachren
17 Josh De Jong
19 Tim Herbst
*20L Robbie Pierce
21 Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola
*21L Gustavo Vidosola Sr
22 Jax Redline
23 Dan McMillin
24 Adam Householder
26 Dave Taylor
27 Jonathan Brenthel
31 Andy McMillin
35 Carlos Penunuri
*37L Rolf Helland
38 Eric Hustead
40 Chris Miller
41 Justin Lofton
43 Larry Roeseler
51 Steve Olliges
*55L Jose de Jesus Flores
65 Dan Myers
67 Jose L. Leon
73 John T. Lennon
77 Robby Gordon
79 Eric Hardin
*79L Russell Buehler
82 Sam Baldi
89 Mike Walser
85 Mike Lawrence
92 Paul Nauleau
CLASS 1 (9)
100 Cody Parkhouse
105 Mason Cullen
123 Broc Dickerson
132 Alberto Varela
151 Brandon Dawson
160 Mike Lund
168 Shelby Reid
179 Mario Fuentes
183 Frank Russell
200 Jorge Sampietro
202 Chad Broughton
205 Jose Delucie
209 Rafael Navarro IV
211 Pat Sims
213 Josh Beyer (DOR-Karl Ebdrup)
215 Marcelo Gastaldi
216 Valerie Clark
218 Chad Dohrman
221 Michael Pyle
225 John W. McNeil
226 Alexis Lopez
227 Kyle Jergensen
228 Ryan Hancock
233 Thomas Degen
234 Jason McNeil
238 Elijah Kiger
244 Brad Lovell
247 Scott Shields
255 Brad Vicic
258 Justin Davis
261 Jeff Bader
264 Pierce Herbst
277 Travis Williams
278 Carlos Ibarra
281 Carlinhos Ambrosio
284 Jose Contreras
285 Clay Lawrence
292 Jason Coleman
293 Ryan Peacock
294 Vincent Munoz
296 Andrew Myers
295 William Hedrick Jr
297 Bill McBeath
CLASS 10 (20)
1001 Oliver Flemate
1005 Arnoldo Gutierrez Jr
1006 Freddie Willert
1010 Moises Cuevas
1012 Luis Barragan
1013 Harley Meservey
1014 Bruce Yee
1016 Hiram Duran
1019 Alberto Mendez
1023 Tamara Myers
1024 Wheeler Morgan
1027 Arturo V, Malo
1045 Matt Rusich
1046 Ethan Hagle
1048 Kevin Price
1062 J.J. Schnarr
1078 Augie Cortez
1081 Matt Winslow
1087 Ivan Tagle
1088 Chase Warren
CLASS 7 (5)
700 Daniel Chamlee
703 Scott Brady
709 Jeff Proctor
710 Mike Shaffer
727 Meredith Hammond
2904 Cory Sappington
2905 Marc Burnett
2910 Rodrigo Ampudia
2913 Eyam Joyner
2915 Jessica Lopez
2916 Brian Mallenix
2918 Justin Lambert
2919 Brandon Schueler
2920 Roberto Ruiz
2923 Charles Manchester
2924 Luis Leal
2930 Sean Cook
2931 Craig Scanlon
2938 Eric Husted
2940 Erick Kozin
2941 Steven Poole
2943 Steve Allen
2944 Phil Blurton
2948 Matt Burroughs
2949 Alonso Lopez
2951 Herman Johnson
2954 Austin Weiland
2959 Rafael Navarro III
2967 Mike Pratt
2970 Francisco Beltran
2973 Jorge Vela
2974 Jorge Cano
2975 Mike Cafro
2976 Jesus Mendez Jr
2977 Justin Elenburg
2978 Jose Juarez
2985 Jason Willett
2987 Edgar Garcia Leon
2989 Wes Miller
2998 P.J. Jones
2999 Bob Jablonsky
1201 Mario Alcala
1202 Matias Arjona IV
1205 Miguel Cortez
1211 Oscar Alvarez
1216 Matt Ferrato
1221 Scott Wisdom
1228 Jorge Cardona
1249 Hector Garcia Jr
1909 Quirino Rene Gutierrez
1910 Jose Angulo
1912 Rickey Arslanian
1920 Elias Hanna
1925 Zach Sizemore
1954 Kristen Matlock
1957 Joe Bolton
1962 Dodge Poelman
1978 T. Bradley Millner
1995 Kaden Wells
CLASS 1/2-1600 (6)
1610 Jordan Price
1616 Eli Yee
1617 Arturo Honold
1621 Kevin A. Sanchez
1662 Julie Boyer
1680 Carlos Jimenez Guana
3911 Victor Esparza
3913 Carolina Sanchez
3930 Douglas Cornwell
3933 Randy Emberton
3939 Brett Franson
3950 Scott Trafton
3951 Manuel Reyes
3953 Nick Bruce
3955 Mike Cafro
CLASS 8 (1)
828 Jesus Beltrones
4421 Mike Hales
1869 Mike Lesle
1871 Wayne Matlock
1877 Josh Herzing
1879 Michelle Barraza
1898 Cameron Ornelas
CLASS 5 (4)
500 Gerardo Ibarra- RS
507 Greg Sullivan- RS
508 Miguel Pabloff
526 Jerry Longo
CLASS 3 (2)
313 David Orzolek
322 Crystian Garcia
CLASS 5-1600 (4)
550 Cesar Omar Iniguez
557 Larry Negrete Jr
571 David Heredia- RS
598 Jorge Gutierrez
BC2 Tim Spurgoen
BC3 Bud Pecoy
BC4 Edward Muncey
BC5 William Jordan
CLASS 7F (2)
701F Brandon Walsh
714F Justin Park
744 Dario Serrano
758 Armando Duron
CLASS 3000 (2)
3022 Farah Sohren
6006 Michael Marrow
Baja-e (1)
E414 Matthew Blanchard
CLASS 11 (4)
1108 Luis Garcia
1111 Eric Solorzano
1147 Francisco Valdez
1196 Alex Gonzales


1804 Adrian Juaquin Garcia

Pro Motorcycles

5x Derek Ausserbauer
17x Brian Wipperman
22x Shane Redline
PRO MOTO 30 (4)
308x Greg Bardonnex
320x Jorge Garcia
325x Jano Montoya
365x Nick Lanning
100x Fernando Beltran
101x Ulises Fierro
109x Christopher Gil
117x Hector Garcia
PRO MOTO 40 (4)
408x Ryan Liebelt
424x William St. Laurent
441x Alirio Amado
496x T.J. Juon
PRO MOTO 50 (2)
500x Vance Kennedy
510x Giovanni Spinali
713x Bradley Loveday
723x Edgar Cota
725x Juan Carlos Salvatierra
726x Joseph Berlet
734x Bob Kimber
735x Dustin Ashe-Everest
736x John Bennett
771x Risto Niemi
785x Fabricio Fuentes
PRO MOTO 60 (1)
618x Scott McIntosh

Pro Quads

Pro Quad (1)
37a Ricardo Villafana


SPT M/C (10)
201x Hank Salyer (ROR–Scott Borden)
203x Giovanni Aviles
215x Carlos Guereca
224x Edgar Najar
226x Raul Serrato
229x Joel Magallanes
245x Filiberto Garcia
249x Jack Lundin
295x Samantha Contreras
296x Esteban Lujan
100a Nicolas Ibarra
110a Danny Magdaleno
112a Daniel Gaytan
114a Luis Ortega
115a Norberto Arce
123a Ismael Hernandez
125a Lilia H. Rodriguez
177a David Nunez Ortega