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April 21, 2014

Televised on CBS Sports Network

World’s Foremost Desert Racing organization will present its first Imperial Valley
event as El Centro area opens its arms wide to help celebrate SCORE’s 41st season;

Imperial Valley Mall in El Centro hosting several race activities

     RENO, Nev.— SCORE Trophy Truck superstars B.J. Baldwin and Rob MacCachren of Las Vegas along with Mexico’s Gus Vildosola Jr. are the headliners among the entries in this week’s Inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley 250 desert race. Round 2 of the five-race 2014 SCORE World Desert Championship series will be held this week just west of El Centro, Calif and approximately 100 miles east of San Diego.
     With nearly 150 entries competing in 35 Pro and 6 Sportsman classes for cars, trucks, motorcycles, UTVs and ATVs expected at the start line on Saturday, entries to date have come from 17 U.S. States along with Austria, Canada, Denmark, Germany and Mexico.  With late entries accepted up to 5 p.m. Friday, the field to date includes nearly two dozen racers from the Imperial Valley area including El Centro, Imperial and Holtville.
     Baldwin, MacCachren and Vildosola Jr. all race in the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck division for high-tech, 850-horsepower unlimited production trucks. With 20 SCORE Trophy Truck wins and five SCORE Trophy Truck season point championships between them, Baldwin drives the No. 1 Monster Energy Baldwin Racing Chevy Silverado while MacCachren is behind the wheel of the No. 11 Rockstar Energy MacCachren Motorsports Ford F-150 and Vildosola Jr. is the pilot of the No. 21 Branix Mexicana Logistics Ford Raptor. A total of 13 SCORE Trophy Trucks have entered the newest race on the SCORE schedule. Vildosola Jr. won the season-opening Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 on March 1.
ON CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR
     The race will be televised on a delayed basis in the USA and Canada as a one-hour special on the CBS Sports Network with the telecast presented by BFGoodrich Tires. The show, being produced by SoCal’s acclaimed BCII TV, will air twice on the CBS Sports Spectacular show with the initial airing at 9 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 15, 2014. Following the CBS Sports Network telecasts, the SCORE Imperial Valley 250 show will air worldwide in over 100 countries through international distribution.
IV RACERS
     Among the entries with Imperial Valley roots are: Steven Eugenio (SCORE Trophy Truck), Fidel Galindo (SCORE Trophy Truck), Brady Turner (Class 1), Cody Robinson (Class 10), Mario Gastelum (Class 1/2-1600), Derek Eugenio/Jimmy Knuckles (Class 1/2-1600), Jonathan Burnworth (Class 1/2-1600), Quentin Tucker (Class 1/2-1600), Chris Taylor (Class 7), Earl Roberts (Class 50), Gabriel Rascon (Pro ATV), Mitch Edgmon (Trophy Truck Spec) and Oscar Ruiz (Sportsman ATV).
NUMBERS
     To date, the car and truck classes who have the most entries to date are Class 10 (17), Class 1/2-1600 (15), SCORE Trophy Truck (13), and Class 19 (10). For SCORE Trophy Truck and the unlimited Class 1 (nine entries) the start drawing held two weeks ago determined the qualifying order as those two classes will have a qualifying session on Thursday to finalize the starting order for each class.
DILIGENCE
     Following nearly two years of extensive planning with assistance from numerous individuals, multiple businesses and several government agencies from across the entire Imperial Valley and presented by the City of El Centro, SCORE’s first race in this portion of Southern California and first SCORE race in California since a 1998 race in Barstow will be held near Plaster City primarily on 41,000 dedicated acres in an off-highway vehicle use area under the jurisdiction of the El Centro field office of the Bureau of Land Management.
     The area for the race is also located immediately west of the Naval Air Facility El Centro and is approximately 17 miles west of El Centro off of Interstate 8 (I-8, exit ).
COMP FORMAT
     The SCORE World Desert Championship series features 35 Pro and 6 Sportsman classes for cars, trucks, motorcycles, UTVs and ATVs with the best desert racers in the world competing in elapsed-times races with staggered starts. The classes will be split into two groups for the SCORE Imperial Valley 250.
     The Motorcycle, ATV and a few of the slower car/truck classes will start at 6 a.m. on Saturday, April 26 with the featured SCORE Trophy Truck, unlimited Class 1 and other remaining car and truck classes starting at approximately 1 p.m. In the elapsed-time race, two vehicles will start together in 30-second intervals.
     While the fastest vehicles are expected to complete the course in approximately four hours, the time limit for each vehicle to become an official will be seven hours in the morning portion of the race and eight hours in the afternoon portion. Many of the limited classes will be required to run two laps while the fastest classes will all be required to cover three laps.
IMPERIAL INFIELD
    Run as a three-lap race over a rugged desert race course of approximately 82 miles in length, the colorful course will include a purpose-built eight-mile section off Wheeler Road with specially-built jumps, turns and a table top area in a one square mile area of private land in the center of the race course. This infield area will include the start/finish line, the main pits, the SCORE Operations compound, the primary spectator area with SCOREvision as well as the Monster Energy VIP winner’s circle. There will also be a number of food, beverage and merchandise vendors located in this main spectator area.
SPEC AREA2
     While the race course will be closed to spectators because of safety requirements for this massive desert race, a second designated spectator area will be located parallel to a five-mile section of the race course along the south side Evan Hewes Highway (County Hwy S-80). The BLM has advised SCORE that this section on the south side of Evan Hewes Highway will be open for camping as well during the race.
     This second spectator area will also be adjacent to the secondary pits for the race. Along with the start/finish line area off of Wheeler Road, these are the only two designated spectator areas and both will be overseen as will the rest of the race course by the BLM and local and county police agencies to help insure the safety of everyone involved.
SAFETY FIRST
     At the very top of the priority list for this event has been safety for the racers as well as the spectators and the nearly 200 course workers.  Starting Tuesday (April 22) the entire area of the race course will be closed to the public by enforcement of the BLM permit for the event.
     Race officials have developed the two primary spectator areas both with tremendous site lines of the race course and with ultimate safety in mind. With the added assistance from the area police agencies, race officials are creating a family-friendly spectator environment as well.
     To assist the crowd of several thousand expected to attend the race, the SCORE Race Committee has launched its own website at www.IVSCORE250.com with race fans in mind.
     The event website also has a reminder list for spectators of the do’s and don’ts for watching the race.
SKED HIGHS…
…RECON LAP, QUALIFYING
     Not open to the public, activities for what is expected to be one of the largest spectator events in Imperial Valley history will begin with two, one-lap, controlled-speed reconnaissance runs for official entries in the event, one on Wednesday afternoon and the other Thursday morning.
     On Thursday afternoon, starting at 1:30 p.m. PT qualifying will be held for the two top competition classes in the race, SCORE Trophy Truck, the marquee SCORE racing division for high-tech, 850-horsepower unlimited production trucks, and SCORE Class 1 for unlimited, open-wheel desert race cars.
…FAN FARE
     Starting Thursday, pre and post-race activities for the inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley 250 will be held in and around the Imperial Valley Mall at 3451 South Dogwood Avenue in El Centro.
     Public activities will start with a special SCORE procession of race vehicles on Thursday evening, April 24 starting at 6 p.m. at the Imperial Valley Mall. It will also finish at the popular local mall.
…’IV GOES GREEN PARTY’
     Starting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday evening the Monster Energy SCORE ‘Imperial Valley Goes Green’ party  will be held at the Imperial Valley Mall. Featuring the SCORE Pit Crew Challenge, racer autograph session, vehicle display and first night of pre-race contingency, the festivities are open to the public at no charge. The party will also include the humongous SCOREvision super-size LED screen debuting the exclusive first showing of the Cactus Films Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 video and the CBS Sports Network replay of the Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 that aired nationally at 6 p.m. PST Sunday
…MANUFACTURER’S MIDWAY
     The colorful SCORE manufacturer’s midway, contingency and safety inspection of all vehicles in the race will be held in the parking area of the Imperial Valley Mall from 9:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Friday, April 25. Racer and media registration will be held inside the IV Mall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, April 25.
…..FREESTYLEMX
     Throughout the day on Friday, April 25 at the SCORE Manufacturer’s Midway will be performances of the Monster Energy FreestyleMX motorcycle team.
…AWARDS CELEBRATION
     The post-race awards celebration, also open to the public, will be held on Sunday, April 27 at 10 in the Imperial Valley Mall.
SCORE DIRT LIVEHD GLOBAL
     With viewers in over 100 countries, SCORE Dirt LiveHD will present live internet streaming from the event from pre-green to post-checker. Coverage will include live start and finish line interviews as well as live coverage from the many ancillary events tied to the race.  On race day, live satellite tracking of all vehicles in the race will also be broadcast through the SCORE International website.
‘FRIENDS OF SCORE’
     The ever-growing group that has become ‘friends of SCORE’ from the area of the race include the BLM-El Centro Field Office, the Imperial County Sheriff’s Department, El Centro Police Department, Naval Air Facility El Centro, Emergency Medical Services, De Anza Rescue Unit, Imperial Valley Mall, El Centro Chamber of Commerce, Imperial Irrigation District, the city of El Centro and Imperial County departments of Planning and Public Works, board of supervisors and the county executive officer.
     The event is expected to generate an economic impact for the Imperial Valley of nearly $10 million.
‘FRIENDS OF SCORE 2’
     Primary local sponsors for the inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley 250 are: the City of El Centro, Imperial County, IID, REACH-Air Medical Services, Alford Distributing, Burgers & Beer, PMC and the Imperial Valley Cycle Center.
     Supporting local sponsors include: Imperial Valley Mall, Spectrum Advertising, McMillin Homes, Los Cuates Fruteria, Sun Community, Rabobank, First Foundation Bank, AT&T, Rogers & Rogers, El Centro Motors Supercenter, Desert Auto Plaza, Duggins Construction, IFS, Gold Cross Ambulance Service, LiUNA, Alkaline Water Company and Hutchinson-Bloodgood.
SCORE RACE DIRECTORS
     Former HDRA race official Robert Gross will be the race director for this event and he will be assisted by Greg Garber and Ryan Thomas. Thomas, a former SCORE champion racer, was the race director for this year’s Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250.
‘THE IV CREW’
     Inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley Race Committee Members: Jeff Sturdevant –Co-Chair, El Centro Chamber of Commerce/JCS Construction; Marty Coyne – Co-Chair, Imperial Valley Cycle Center; Jeff Alford – Marketing, Alford’s Distributing; Jaime Honald – El Centro Chamber of Commerce/Burgers & Beer, Marketing/Awards Ceremony; Brandon Adams – Marketing, Alford’s Distributing; Darletta Willis – El Centro Chamber Of Commerce, Sponsors; Travis Coyne – Hotels and Equipment, Imperial Valley Cycle Center; Gary Wyatt – County of Imperial – Permits; Charla Teeters – United Desert Gateway, Imperial Valley Film Commission, permits; Steven Gutierrez – Imperial County Sherriff Department, Law enforcement/Safety; Gordon Johnson – Imperial County Sherriff Department, Law enforcement/Safety; Jim McGenley – Chief of El Centro Police Department, Law enforcement/Safety; Bob Ham – Checkers off Road Racing Team; Kirk Hester – District 38/Torrence’s Farm Implements, course design; Tony Rouhotus – Chief of Imperial County Fire, Safety; Art Eugenio – Get Some Photography; Randy Taylor – Rabo-Bank; Carlos Coral – SCORE International.
ON THE SCOREscope
     In its 41st year as the world’s foremost desert racing organization in 2014 and based in Reno, Nev. with the SCORE Tech Shop in El Cajon, Calif., the five-race 2014 SCORE World Desert Championship series, with three special events held in Baja California, Mexico, and two in the United States, started with the Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 on March 1. Starting and finishing in Ensenada, the 46th annual Tecate SCORE Baja 500 will be held June 5-8 and the third SCORE Baja race, starting in Ensenada and finishing in La Paz, the 47th annual Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 will be held Nov. 12-16.
     The two U.S. races on 2014 SCORE World Desert Championship calendar are the inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley 250 in Plaster City, Calif. (April 25-27) and the two-day, single-race Inaugural SCORE Desert Challenge, location TBA (Sept. 25-28).
CBS SPORTS NETWORK
     CBS Sports Network is available across the country through local cable, video and telco providers and via satellite on DirecTV Channel 221 and Dish Network Channel 158. For more information, including a full programming schedule and how to get CBS Sports Network, go to www.cbssportsnetwork.com. CBS Sports Network will run a one-hour special on all five 2014 SCORE World Desert Championship races as well as a sixth show on the special qualifying for select classes for the 2014 Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 that will be held Nov. 1-4 in Las Vegas during the annual SEMA automotive industry trade show. All shows are scheduled to air in the next month following the event.
WEEKLY SCORE DIRT LIVEHD
     SCORE Dirt LiveHD, SCORE’s weekly Tuesday night internet studio show from El Cajon, Calif., also goes on-site live with expanded event coverage during SCORE events. Live event coverage in 2014 will include week-long live coverage of the entire five-race 2014 SCORE World Desert Championship series of two races in the United States and three in Baja California, Mexico.  The first USA event of the inaugural SCORE World Desert Championship series will be the inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley 250.
DIRT LIVEHD CREW
     Desert racing public address announcer and former racer George Antill is the executive producer and host of the popular show.  A special segment most weeks is SCORE Tech Tips with SCORE Tech co-directors Jake Velasco or Art Savedra or SCORE Trophy Truck racer and prep-shop owner T.J. Flores.
     Shaun Sauer, SCORE Media Production Manager, is the coordinating producer of the show. The program is hosted on ustream.com, the world’s largest streaming internet site.
SCORE SPONSORS…
     Official Sponsors: Tecate Beer-Official Beer/Official Race Sponsor, Monster Energy-Official Energy Drink, BFGoodrich Tires-Official Tire, Amber Racing Services-Official Race Fuels, Rigid Industries-Official Lights, King Shocks-Official Shock Absorber, Polaris-Official UTV, Volaris Airlines-Official Airline, CBS Sports Network-Official Television Partner, Wide Open Excursions- Official Arrive and Drive Company, Coca-Cola-Official Soft Drink, Crystal Bay Casino-Official Casino, Hotel Coral and Marina-Official Hotel.
     Associate Sponsors: Graham Watchmakers, SatellitePhoneStore.com, Symons Ambulance Company.
     Additional SCORE Partners: Proturismo Ensenada, Visit Baja California Sur, Baja California Secretary of Tourism, Baja California Sur State Government, Mexicali Ayuntamineto, COTUCO Mexicali/San Felipe, Cruz Roja Mexicana, Corporate Helicopters, Instant Mexico Auto Insurance, GoPro, PCI Race Radios, McKenzie’s Performance Products and Advanced Color Graphics.
     For more information, visit the official website of the SCORE World Desert Championship series at www.score-international.com.

F A C T   S H E E T

Inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley 250

WHAT:
Inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley 250 desert race
Round 2 of the five-race 2014 SCORE World Desert Championship series
WHEN:
April 24-27, 2014
WHERE:
Plaster City, California, United States (17 miles west of El Centro, Calif.)
WHO:
Nearly 150 entries (17 U.S. States, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Mexico)
COURSE:
TOTAL MILEAGE: 246.0 total miles (82-mile loop, 3 laps or 2 laps) (5 physical checkpoints, the start/finish line & 136 virtual checkpoints). The challenging 82.0-mile loop race course runs in a counter clockwise direction and starts and finishes inside a special infield section of nearly eight miles. The race travels south and then north and around the northeast side of Superstition mountain.
Checkpoints: CK1-rm15, CK2-rm26, CK3-rm33, CK4-rm44 and CK5-rm65 along with the Start/Finish line inside of the infield portion of the course.
MEDIA SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
Thursday, April 24, 2014 (Times are PDT)
1pm-5pm Racer Registration     Imperial Valley Mall-Food Court
1pm-5pm Media Registration     Imperial Valley Mall-Food Court
6:30pm-9pm Monster Energy ‘Imperial Valley Goes Green Party’ Imperial Valley Mall
Friday, April 25, 2014 (Times are PDT)
9am-5pm Racer Registration     Imperial Valley Mall-Food Court
9am-5pm Media Registration     Imperial Valley Mall-Food Court
9:30am-5pm Contingency Row     Imperial Valley Mall-Parking Lot
9:30am-6pm Tech Inspection     Imperial Valley Mall-Parking Lot
10am-5pm Monster Energy FreestyleMx Exhibition  Imperial Valley Mall
7pm  Mandatory Racer Meeting    Imperial Valley Mall-Food Court
Saturday, April 26, 2014 (Times are PDT)
5:30am-9pm  Monster Energy SCORE VIP area   Start/Finish line area
5:30am-8pm SCORE Media Center Open    SCORE Trailer-Start/Finish line area
START/FINISH: 82-mile loop. Two vehicles start every 30 seconds
6am  MOTORCYCLES/ATVs (subject to change)—GROUP 1—3 Laps–OPEN M/C, LTD M/C, IRONMAN, 30, 40, 50, 60, Pro ATV, SPT M/C;   2 Laps–SPT ATV, 9, 11, 19, SPT UTV
TIME LIMIT: GROUP 1–7 hours, GROUP 2—8 hours from time each vehicle starts to complete the course
1pm approx CARS/TRUCKS (subject to change)—GROUP 2—3 Laps–TT, 1, 10, TT Spec, SL, 8, HM, 7, BC, PT, 6, 3000, TL, 1/2-1600, 5;   2 Laps7SX, 5-1600, 2, 3, 3700, 1700, 4400, SF, SM, SPT UNL TRUCK, SPT BUGGY, SPT LTD TRUCK
Sunday, April 27, 2014 (PDT)
9am  Posting of official finishers    Imperial Valley Mall
10am  Awards Celebration     Imperial Valley Mall
SANCTION: 

Sanctioned/produced by SCORE International-Reno, Nev./San Diego President—Roger Norman; Vice-President—Elise Norman; Mexican Liaison—Oscar Ramos; Services Director—Brianne Tengwall
STREAMING: Pre-race and race day coverage will be streamed live along with vehicle tracking with SCORE Dirt LiveHD Producer/Host George Antill, Production Manager Shaun Sauer and guest announcer Brooke Roberts providing the coverage. Website: www.SCORE-International.com
TELECAST: To be produced as a one-hour special to air nationally on June 15 on the CBS Sports Network.
BLACK BOXES:  SCORE International Tracking provides the required data recording and tracking devices used on all entries in SCORE World Desert Championship events
SPECTATOR AREAS: This race has two designated spectator areas. One is in the infield area near the
start/finish line off of Wheeler Road.  The other, where camping is also allowed, is adjacent to Evan
Hewes Highway. For more Info, visit the event website at www.ivscore250.com. For safety reasons there
are no other areas for spectators at this race.
SCORE FIRST: In its 41st season, this is the first time SCORE has held a race in the Imperial Valley area and the first time SCORE has raced in California since 1998 when held its last race in Barstow.
‘FRIENDS OF SCORE’
The ever-growing group that has become ‘friends of SCORE’ from the area of the race include the BLM-El
Centro Field Office, the Imperial County Sheriff’s Department, El Centro Police Department, Naval Air
Facility El Centro, Emergency Medical Services, De Anza Rescue Unit, Imperial Valley Mall, El Centro
Chamber of Commerce, Imperial Irrigation District, the city of El Centro and Imperial County departments
of Planning and Public Works, board of supervisors and the county executive officer.
The event is expected to generate an economic impact for the Imperial Valley of nearly $10 million.
‘FRIENDS OF SCORE 2’
Primary local sponsors for the inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley 250 are: the City of El Centro, Imperial
County, IID, REACH-Air Medical Services, Alford Distributing, Burgers & Beer, PMC and the Imperial Valley Cycle Center.
  Supporting local sponsors include: Imperial Valley Mall, Spectrum Advertising, McMillin Homes, Los
Cuates Fruteria, Sun Community, Rabobank, First Foundation Bank, AT&T, Rogers & Rogers, El Centro
Motors Supercenter, Desert Auto Plaza, Duggins Construction, IFS, Gold Cross Ambulance Service,
LiUNA, Alkaline Water Company and Hutchinson-Bloodgood.
‘THE IV CREW’
Inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley Race Committee Members: Jeff Sturdevant –Co-Chair, El Centro
Chamber of Commerce/JCS Construction; Marty Coyne – Co-Chair, Imperial Valley Cycle Center; Jeff
Alford – Marketing, Alford’s Distributing; Jaime Honald – El Centro Chamber of Commerce/Burgers &
Beer, Marketing/Awards Ceremony; Brandon Adams – Marketing, Alford’s Distributing; Darletta Willis – El
Centro Chamber Of Commerce, Sponsors; Travis Coyne – Hotels and Equipment, Imperial Valley Cycle
Center; Gary Wyatt – County of Imperial – Permits; Charla Teeters – United Desert Gateway, Imperial
Valley Film Commission, permits; Steven Gutierrez – Imperial County Sherriff Department, Law
enforcement/Safety; Gordon Johnson – Imperial County Sherriff Department, Law enforcement/Safety;
Jim McGenley – Chief of El Centro Police Department, Law enforcement/Safety; Bob Ham – Checkers off
Road Racing Team; Kirk Hester – District 38/Torrence’s Farm Implements, course design; Tony Rouhotus
– Chief of Imperial County Fire, Safety; Art Eugenio – Get Some Photography; Randy Taylor – Rabo-
Bank; Carlos Coral – SCORE International.
SCORE SPONSORS: 
Official Sponsors: Tecate Beer-Official Beer/Official Race Sponsor, Monster Energy-Official Energy Drink, BFGoodrich Tires-Official Tire, Amber Racing Services-Official Race Fuels, Rigid Industries-Official Lights, King Shocks-Official Shock Absorber, Polaris-Official UTV, CBS Sports Network-Official Television Partner, Volaris Airlines-Official Airline, Wide Open Excursions- Official Arrive and Drive Company, Coca-Cola-Official Soft Drink, Crystal Bay Casino-Official Casino, Hotel Coral and Marina-Official Hotel.
Associate Sponsors: Graham Watchmakers, SatellitePhoneStore.com, Symons Ambulance Company.
Additional SCORE Partners: Proturismo Ensenada, Visit Baja California Sur, Baja California Secretary of Tourism, Baja California Sur State Government, Mexicali Ayuntamineto, COTUCO Mexicali/San Felipe, Cruz Roja Mexicana, GoPro, Instant Mexico Auto Insurance, PCI Race Radios, McKenzie’s Performance Products.
TOP RACERS: SCORE Trophy Truck: 1. B.J. Baldwin, 11 Rob MacCachren/Andy McMillin, 21 Gus Vildosola Jr/Gus Vildosola Sr, 18 Juan C. Lopez, 5 Clyde Stacy/Carlos Lopez, 7 Steven Eugenio, 82 Jessica McMillin, 15 Armin Schwarz/Martin Christensen, 88 Sergio Salgado, 6 Steve Sourapas; Class 1: Cody Parkhouse/Brian Parkhouse, Justin Matney, Nick Mills; Class 1/2-1600: Ernesto Arambula, Christian Celaya/Aaron Ampudia, Rob Archibald, Mario Gastelum, Jesus Velez, Kevin Smith/Sammy Ehrenberger; Class 3: Chris Wilson; Class 7: Dan Chamlee, Chris Taylor, Pete Sohren; Class 7SX: James Burman; Class 8: Mike Meeks, Noah Ostanik; Class 10: Cody Robinson, Mike Johnson, Mike Lawrence, Rafael Navarro IV, Peter Hajas, Arnoldo Gutierrez Jr, Peter Hajas; Class 3000: Reid Rutherford; Trophy Truck Spec: Larry Connor/Jose Grijalva, Jonathan Brenthel, Taylor Mills, Nick Mills;  Class 19: Matt Parks, Marc Burnett, Cory Sappington; Open Pro Motorcycle: Ricky Brabec/David Pearson, Colton Udall/Mark Samuels; CLASS 30: Mike Johnson, Mark Winkelman, Fred Sobke; CLASS 40: Giovanni Spinali, Oscar Fazz; CLASS 50: Marc Prince, Earl Roberts; CLASS 60: Jim Dizney; Pro ATV: Adolfo Arellano, Javier Robles Jr.
SCORE International Class Descriptions/Numbers:
The 2014 SCORE Imperial Valley 250 features 35 Pro and 6 Sportsman Classes for cars and trucks, motorcycles and ATVs. Class winners are determined along with the overall race winner in Pro Cars/Trucks, Pro Motorcycles and Pro ATVs. General Class descriptions and numbers:
Pro Cars & Trucks
SCORE Trophy Truck (Unlimited Production Trucks)  1-99 Reserved
Class 1 (Unlimited single or two-seaters)   100-199
Class 1/2-1600 (single or two-seaters to 1600cc)  600-1699
Class 2 (Unlimited open-wheel, car/truck, 3.6-Liter Turbo or supercharged) 200-249
Class 3 (Short wheelbase 4X4)     300-399
Class 3000 (Unlimited mini-truck, 2.2/2.4-Liter Ecotec engine) 3000-3099
Class 5 (Unlimited Baja Bugs)     500-549
Class 5-1600 (1600cc Baja Bugs)     550-599
Class 6 (Unlimited, Sealed V6)     600-699
Class 7 (Unlimited, Open Production mini trucks)  700-739
Class 7SX (Modified, stock mini-trucks)    740-759
Class 8 (Full-sized two-wheel drive trucks)   800-839
Class 9 (Short wheelbase, single or two-seaters)  900-999
Class 10 (Single or two-seaters limited engine)   1000-1099
SCORE Lites (Limited single-1776cc-or two-seaters-1835cc) 1200-1299
Class 11 (Stock VW Sedans)     1100-1199
Stock Full (Stock full-sized trucks)    8100-8199
Stock Mini (Stock mini trucks)     760-799
Protruck (Limited Production Trucks)    1350-1399
Trophy Truck Spec (unlimited trucks/sport utility vehicles,stock,sealed V-8s) 840-884
Class19 STOCK (UTV)        1900-1949
Heavy Metal (Open Production Trucks, V8 Engines)  8000-8099
Trophy Lite (Unlimited Mini-Truck, 2.2/2.4-Liter Ecotec engine) 6000-6099
Class 1700 (Jeep Speed Challenge)    1700-1799
Class 3700 (Jeep Speed Cup)     3700-3799
Class 4400 (Rock Crawler)     4400-4499
Pro Motorcycles
SCORE Ironman (Solo)      700x-799x
Open (401cc or more)      1x-49x
Limited (400cc or less)      100x-149x
Class 30 (Riders over 30 years old)    300x-349x
Class 40 (Riders over 40 years old)    400x-449x
Class 50 (Riders over 50 years old)    500x-549x
Class 60 (Riders over 60 years old)    600x-609x
Pro ATVs
Open Pro (450cc or more)     1a-49a
Sportsman
Sportsman Buggy       1500-1599
Sportsman Unlimited Truck     1400-1499
Sportsman Limited Truck      2000-2099
Sportsman Baja Challenge (Spec open wheel cars)   BC1-BC99
Sportsman Unlimited UTV      1950-1999
Sportsman M/C (any engine size)     200x-299x
Sportsman ATV (any engine size)     100a-149a
MEDIA CENTER:  Race day: SCORE Trailer adjacent to Start/Finish Line
MEDIA CONTACT: Dominic Clark, SCORE Media Director, dominiccnv@aol.com
OR guest- Barbara Worth County Club-Holtville, Calif., 760-768-0442

SCORE MEDIA CONTACT: Dominic Clark, dominiccnv@aol.com

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