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The Latest News from Score International

Polvoorde continues to lead SCORE Overall point standing

SCORE MEDIA CONTACT: Dominic Clark, dominic@score-international.com June 23, 2022 Quinn leads Class 1 2022 SCORE World Desert Championship Points Polvoorde still leads Overall, TT Spec points; Rob Mac atop SCORE Trophy Truck, Salvatierra tops Overall Motorcycles Vildosola Sr leading SCORE ... Read More

112 racers still in hunt for 2022 SCORE Milestone Awards

SCORE MEDIA CONTACT: Dominic Clark, dominic@score-international.com June 16, 2022 Series Televised on ESPN2 112 racers in hunt for 2022 Rod Hall SCORE Milestone Awards Midway through the 2022 SCORE World Desert Championship For Pro, Sportsman racers in cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles ... Read More

Kurt Miller accepts SCORE Marketing Sales Manager post

SCORE Media Contact: Dominic Clark, Dominic@SCORE-International.com June 13, 2022 Well-known and respected industry vet Kurt Miller Named to SCORE Marketing Sales Manager post   2022 SCORE World Desert Championship in Baja California continues with Round 3 Sept. 13-18 in Ensenada ... Read More

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From SCORE Journal


A FLAWLESS PERFORMANCE | May 2022 Issue

In a fast-paced 277-mile desert drag race that saw the top five finishers within a five-minute spread, Luke McMillin piloted his Mason AWD Trophy Truck #83 to a first-place overall finish in the 2022 King Shocks 35th SCORE San Felipe 250. Luke and co-driver Jason Duncan rocketed to the checkered flag in 4:25:21, securing the SCORE Trophy Truck class victory and the overall fastest finish in the opening event of the 2022 SCORE World Desert Championship off-road racing season. Read More


BLINK AND YOU MISSED IT | May 2022 Issue

As with any SCORE Baja race, it's ultimately anyone's to win. No matter how fast or conservative you are, it still takes luck, skill, and a vehicle that can survive the harsh course. In this class, some racers prefer to push their vehicles to the limits, risking everything for a win, while others lay back like predators, waiting for an opportunity for a competitor to make a mistake, and pounce ahead for the win. Read More


TEAM WILSON DOMINATES | May 2022 Issue

The Class 1 battle at the 35th King Shocks SCORE San Felipe 250 seemed like it was going to be a battle against some of the best buggy racers and teams in the sport. As the day began, Conner McMullen in the No. 140 buggy started first after the best qualifying run, followed by Brendan Gaughan in the No. 162 car, and Jeff Blanchard in the No. 110 buggy. 2021 Class Champions Brian and Cody Parkhouse started third and were in a good position to win the race once again. Shelby and Cody Reid started fourth, so with the two Wilson teams heading off the starting line fifth and sixth, it seemed like the odds were against them to take the class win. Read More



2021 SCORE World Desert Championship Overall Points Leaders

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1. Christopher Polvoorde

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2. Luke McMillin

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3. Jason Coleman

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4. Justin Lambert

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5. Bryce Menzies

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6. Pierce Herbst

From SCORE Journal


A FLAWLESS PERFORMANCE | May 2022 Issue

In a fast-paced 277-mile desert drag race that saw the top five finishers within a five-minute spread, Luke McMillin piloted his Mason AWD Trophy Truck #83 to a first-place overall finish in the 2022 King Shocks 35th SCORE San Felipe 250. Luke and co-driver Jason Duncan rocketed to the checkered flag in 4:25:21, securing the SCORE Trophy Truck class victory and the overall fastest finish in the opening event of the 2022 SCORE World Desert Championship off-road racing season. Read More


BLINK AND YOU MISSED IT | May 2022 Issue

As with any SCORE Baja race, it's ultimately anyone's to win. No matter how fast or conservative you are, it still takes luck, skill, and a vehicle that can survive the harsh course. In this class, some racers prefer to push their vehicles to the limits, risking everything for a win, while others lay back like predators, waiting for an opportunity for a competitor to make a mistake, and pounce ahead for the win. Read More


TEAM WILSON DOMINATES | May 2022 Issue

The Class 1 battle at the 35th King Shocks SCORE San Felipe 250 seemed like it was going to be a battle against some of the best buggy racers and teams in the sport. As the day began, Conner McMullen in the No. 140 buggy started first after the best qualifying run, followed by Brendan Gaughan in the No. 162 car, and Jeff Blanchard in the No. 110 buggy. 2021 Class Champions Brian and Cody Parkhouse started third and were in a good position to win the race once again. Shelby and Cody Reid started fourth, so with the two Wilson teams heading off the starting line fifth and sixth, it seemed like the odds were against them to take the class win. Read More



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