Notable Notes, Super Stats of the legendary SCORE Baja 500 –

Notable Notes, Super Stats of the legendary SCORE Baja 500


May 25, 2021

Race week June 10-13

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

‘Echoes from the Past’ provide prolific, poignant, precise
notable notes, super stats for one of World’s Top 10 races

Round 2 of four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship
in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico; Airing on ESPN2 World of X Games;
#scorebaja500; More race info at
NOTE: At bottom of text–entry list in numerical order, by class, in class start order
     ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico—History is the foundation for the present, the present is structure for the future and echoes from the past resonate resoundingly as racers from around the globe are anxiously awaiting next month’s memorable internationally-televised BFGoodrich Tires 53rd SCORE Baja 500, presented by 4 Wheel Parts.
Round 2 of the four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship will be held June 10-13 in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.
Because of the significant health and safety protocols developed by SCORE in conjunction with and the approval of Baja California 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 race start/finish compound will be located Northeast of downtown Ensenada, one-mile east of the end of the extension of Avenida Ruiz.
Use the following link for the map to the SCORE start/finish compound:
Spectators, adhering to the health and safety protocols, will be allowed to watch the race from around the race course.
Most the world’s best desert racers will be in action at this year’s celebration of one of the top 10 motorsports events in the entire world.
With nearly 250 entries expected from 30 U.S. States and 15 countries, 51 competition classes are offered for cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles and quads. Prior to late, on-site registration, the current total of 217 entries include racers from 22 U.S. States, host country Mexico, along with Bolivia, Canada, France and Peru.
An elapsed-time race with staggered starts, the green flag on Saturday (June 12) will drop first for the motorcycles and quads at 6 a.m. (PT) and 10 a.m. (PT) for the cars, trucks and UTVs. While the fastest vehicles will complete the rugged 466-mile course in around 8 and one-half hours, all vehicles will have a 20-hour time limit to become an official finisher.
All four 2021 SCORE races are being held on Mexico’s magnificent Baja California peninsula for the sixth consecutive year. SCORE is in its 48th year as the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Organization.
With no spectators allowed in the start/finish line area because of Biosecurity Health Protocols, contingency (June 11) and during the race on Saturday, June 12 until the course closes on Sunday morning, June 13, there will be extensive live streaming from the start/finish line compound broadcasting race activities and start and finish line interviews.
Popular Rat Sult is in his sixth year as primary host of the SCORE live streaming which will also air on the new SCORE TV app.


      Here’s a brief look back at some of the plethora of prolific poignant race notes, superlative stats, notable numbers that this legendary desert race has etched indelibly into the dusty desert sands of time…
ECHO 1—SCORE Baja 500
The legendary Baja 500 is celebrating its 53rd anniversary next month in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. The race was first held in Ensenada in 1969, organized by the NORRA racing organization for four years.
In the inaugural Baja 500 in 1969 winning the overall 4-wheel vehicle title was the team of Bud Ekins/Guy Jones in an Oldsmobile-powered Baja Boot open wheel desert race car and the fastest motorcycle was the Ducati ridden by Doug Douglass and Jim McClurg.
ECHO 2—SCORE Baja 500
In 1973 the Baja Sports Committee, local tourism group in Ensenada, produced the event.
Later in 1973 after the NORRA group was no longer sanctioned by the State government to produce events in Mexico, Baja California tourism advocate and prominent Ensenada hotelier Nico Saad introduced Mickey Thompson to the governor of Baja California that resulted in SCORE being named as the official non-Mexican promoter authorized and sanctioned by the Baja California government to produce events in this Mexican state.
ECHO 3—SCORE Baja 500
Thus came the birth of the SCORE Baja Internacional (legal issues precluded SCORE from gaining the rights to use the name Baja 500 until 1991). The first SCORE Baja Internacional (produced by Mickey Thompson and Sal Fish) was held on July 26, 1974 in Ensenada with 279 official starters and 173 official finishers.   But fans, media and racers alike have always called it the Baja 500.
Noted Hollywood stunt driver Bobby Ferro won the overall 4-wheel vehicle title for the third of four times in his career in 1974, this time in a VW-Sandmaster open-wheel desert race car. The fastest overall motorcycle in this race was the Husqvarna with Mitch Mayes and A.C. Bakken sharing the riding duties.
ECHO 4—SCORE Baja 500
Racers like Ivan Stewart, Larry Roeseler, Bobby Ferro, Parnelli Jones, Larry Ragland, Robby Gordon, Malcolm Smith, Dr. Bud Feldkamp, Troy Herbst, Rob MacCachren, Bryce Menzies, Steve Hengeveld, Johnny Campbell, Bruce Ogilvie, Justin Morgan, Mark Samuels and McMillin family racers—Corky, Scott, Mark and Andy—are all part of the legacy of all-time multiple overall four-wheel and multiple two-wheel vehicle winners of the SCORE Baja 500.
Also on the iconic overall winner’s list with one 4-wheel victory each are active racers B.J. Baldwin (2008), Kory Halopoff (2009), Mike Julson (1995), Curt LeDuc (1995), Harley Letner (2009), Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez (2015), Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr (2016) and Daniel McMillin (2020).
With four motorcycle overall wins is active racer Justin Morgan (2015, 2017, 2018, 2019), with three wins each on two-wheels are and Mark Samuels (2016, 2018, 2019) and with two are Max Eddy Jr (2014, 2015) and Justin Jones (2018, 2019).
With one motorcycle overall win each are active racers Mike Childress (2005) and Shane Esposito (2017).
ECHO 5—SCORE Baja 500
Governors of Baja California during the years of the SCORE Baja 500—Raúl Sánchez Díaz…1965-1971; Milton Castellanos Everado…1971-1977; Roberto De la Madrid Romandia…1977-1983; Xicontecatl Leyva Mortera…1983-1989; Oscar Baylon Chacón…Interim for eleven months in 1989; Ernesto Ruffo Appel…1989-1995; Héctor Terán…1995-1998 (Died while in office); Alejandro González Alcocer…1998-2001 (Interim); Eugenio Elorduy Walther…2001-2007; José Guadalupe Osuna Millán…2007-2013, Francisco Arturo Vega De la Madrid…2013-2019 and Jaime Bonilla Valdez…2019-present.
ECHO 6—SCORE Baja 500
Legendary Hall of Fame former SCORE owner Sal Fish joined Hall of Fame retired racer Ivan ‘Ironman’ Stewart as co-Grand Marshals for the BFGoodrich Tires 50th SCORE Baja 500 in 2018.
Fish, the ‘godfather’ of desert racing who ran SCORE from its Baja start in 1974 for 39 years through the end of the 2012 season joined the iconic ‘Ironman’ Stewart to share duties for the special golden anniversary race that they both have been such a major part of over the years.
Fish, who turned 82 this May 2 and Stewart who turned 76 on June 4, were both active parts of the Golden Anniversary celebration of the popular early summer race.
ECHO 7—SCORE Baja 500
Among the drivers from other arenas who have tested the Baja 500 have been Indy Car racers Rick and Roger Mears, Parnelli Jones, Danny Ongias, Danny Sullivan, Jimmy Vasser, Roberto Guerrero, Michel Jourdain Jr., Johnny Unser and Mike and Robbie Groff, NASCAR’s Robby Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Boris Said and Brendan Gaughan, SCCA legend Elliot Forbes-Robinson, Pike’s Peak Hill Climb record holder Rod Millen, Drifting and Pike’s Peak champion Rhys Millen, World Rally Championships’ Armin Schwarz, Armin Kremer, Andreas Aigner and Harri Pavanpera, world motorcycle champions Malcolm Smith, Larry Roeseler and Destry Abbott, Motocross legends Ricky Johnson and Jeremy McGrath, Dakar Rally Champions Ricky Brabec, Cyril Despres and Marc Coma, XGames star Travis Pastrana, Sports Car champion Larry Connor, drag racers Don Prudhomme and Larry Minor and legendary SCORE founder and motorsports innovator Mickey Thompson.
ECHO 8—SCORE Baja 500
Part of the legacy of this iconic race, SCORE presents the racers who have been overall winners of the SCORE San Felipe 250, SCORE Baja 500 and SCORE Baja 1000—the SCORE Baja Triple Crown Award.
The nine individuals who have earned this amazing honor are: Dave Ashley, Robby Gordon, Rob MacCachren, Andy McMillin, Scott McMillin, Larry Ragland, Dan Smith, Ivan Stewart and Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr.
ECHO 9—SCORE Baja 500
Ensenada has hosted nearly all of the Baja 500 races.  The race officially became the SCORE Baja Internacional in 1974 and Sal Fish was finally able to negotiate the use of the name it was always called and it became the SCORE Baja 500 in 1991.
Overall, one of the world’s most well-known desert race has started 46 times in Ensenada, three times in Ojos Negros, twice in San Felipe and once in Barstow, Calif. (USA).
Overall, the SCORE Baja 500 has finished in 42 times in Ensenada, five times in Santo Tomas, twice in Ojos Negros, twice in San Felipe and once in Barstow, Calif. (USA).
Motorcycle classes have run in this race every year but 1989 when the race was moved to San Felipe very close to the race date.
ECHO 10—SCORE Baja 500
Legends are born at the SCORE Baja 500.  Driver with the most overall wins in the race, Larry Roeseler is on top with 11 (including nine on a motorcycle and two in an open-wheel desert race car).
Second is Ivan ‘Ironman’ Stewart with the most overall 4-wheel victories by far with 10 (and he also has 17 total class wins including the 10 overalls).
Third in overall wins with five overall 4-wheel wins is ‘Lightning’ Larry Ragland.
With four overall 4-wheel wins each are Bobby Ferro, Robby Gordon and Malcolm Smith (including one on a motorcycle).
With three overall 4-wheel wins each are Dr. Bud Feldkamp, Troy Herbst, Mark McMillin, Mark’s brother Scott McMillin, Scott’s son Andy McMillin and Bryce Menzies.
With two overall 4-wheel wins each are Brian Collins, Bob Gordon (Robby’s father), Parnelli Jones, Rob MacCachren, Corky McMillin (McMillin family patriarch) and Dan Smith (including one on a motorcycle).
Besides Roeseler with nine, the leaders in overall motorcycle wins are Steve Hengeveld (7), Johnny Campbell, Paul Krause, Bruce Ogilvie, Kendall Norman Justin Morgan with five each.
With four each are Robby Bell and Ted Hunnicutt Jr and with three each are Scot Harden, Jonah Street and Mark Samuels.
ECHO 11—SCORE Baja 500
     In the battle of manufacturers, several categories are presented.
Leaders in overall car/truck wins are Ford Truck (13), Chevy Truck (10), Funco, Chenowth and Toyota trucks with seven each and Jimco and Smithbuilt with three each.
Leaders in overall Tire manufacturers’ wins for cars/trucks are BFGoodrich Tires (33), Western Auto (5), Toyo Tires (4) and tied with two each are Firestone Tires, Goodyear Tires and Yokohama Tires.
The leaders in overall motorcycle wins are Honda (22), Husqvarna (12), Kawasaki (11) and Yamaha (4).
The leaders in overall engine wins for cars and trucks are Ford (15), Chevy (14),Volkswagen (13), Toyota (7) and Porsche (5).
ECHO 12—SCORE Baja 500
There are 12 racers who have overall victories in both the SCORE Baja 500 and the SCORE Baja 1000, which celebrated its 53rd race last November.
Clearly leading with way is legendary Larry Roeseler who has 13 overall wins in the SCORE Baja 1000 and 11 in the SCORE Baja 500. Second is Larry Ragland who has five in each of the iconic SCORE races.
The other racers who have overall victories in both races along with their overall wins in each race are Andy McMillin (3 SCORE Baja 500, 5 SCORE Baja 1000), Robby Gordon (4, 3), Rob MacCachren (2, 4), Troy Herbst (3, 2), Scott McMillin (3, 2), B.J. Baldwin (1, 2), Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr (1, 1), Mark Samuels (4, 6), Justin Morgan (5, 4) and Justin Jones (3, 5).
ECHO 13—SCORE Baja 500
In 52 years of this great race, non-U.S. drivers have been the fastest overall 4-wheel winners in this race twice and once in the motorcycle division. Both Mexican nationals, Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez of Tecate was the first non-American winner in 2015 in at Chevy SCORE Trophy Truck and Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr of Mexicali followed up in 2016 by winning in a Ford SCORE Trophy Truck.
In 2017, Francisco Arredondo of Guatemala became the first non-U.S. racer to win the overall motorcycle title as he was rider of record on the winning team of Americans—Shane Esposito/Justin Morgan and Mexico’s Roberto Villalobos of Tijuana.
ECHO 14—SCORE Baja 500
Looking at some overall stats from this legendary race, a total of 13,467 vehicles have started the first 52 races for an average of 259 starters per race. A total of 7,462 vehicles have finished the first 52 races for an average of 143.5 finishers per race. Percentage-wise, 55.4% is the average finishing rate for this legendary race.
In the first 52 years, the most ever starters came in 2007 when 492 vehicles left the start line and the second most starters was in 2006 when 438 started the race.
In the first 52 years, the most ever finishers came in 2007 when 228 finished race and the second most finishers was in 2006 when 221 vehicles finished the race.
In the first 52 years of the world-famous desert race, the fewest number of starters was in 2020 when there were 129 (Pandemic impacted race moved to San Felipe) and the fewest number of finishers was the first year in 1969 when there were 73 finishers.
Overall, there have been 10 SCORE Baja 500 races with 300 or more starters.
ECHO 15—SCORE Baja 500
In the 2018 Golden Anniversary of the SCORE Baja 500, held over a race-record long race course of 542.12 miles, Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame racer Rob MacCachren earned the overall and SCORE Trophy Truck victory in his No. 11 Ford F-150 in a time of 11 hours, 21 minutes and 15 seconds.
Leading the motorcycles overall while winning the Pro Moto Unlimited Class was the three-rider team of rider of record Justin Morgan, Mark Samuels and Justin Jones with a time of 11:54:58 on the No. 7x Honda CRF450X.
ECHO 16—SCORE Baja 500
In the pandemic-affected 2020 SCORE Baja 500, Daniel McMillin became the fifth member of San Diego’s legendary McMillin Racing family to capture an overall victory in this race. Daniel, 33, joined his late grandfather Corky McMillin (2 overall wins), uncle Scott McMillin (3), father Mark McMillin (3) and his cousin Andy McMillin (Scott’s son-3) as overall winners of this famous race. This win gave the McMillin family a SCORE-record 12 overall wins in this popular early summer event.
Last year, Daniel McMillin, 33 split the driving with Justin B. Smith and the pair covered the rest of the field that included Daniel’s younger brother Luke McMillin, 28, who finished third overall third in SCORE Trophy Trophy Truck.
Daniel McMillin and Smith won the race last year in a time of eight hours, 29 minutes, 17 seconds in McMillin’s No. 23 Mark Racing Chevy C1500 built by Mason Motorsports they average an impressive 58.08 miles per hour over the gnarly 493.00-mile course.
ECHO 17—SCORE Baja 500
While the magnificent mystery of Baja California is infamous, the masters of SCORE Baja 500 have etched their names in the lasting legacy with their class wins in this legendary race.
There are 20 racers who have earned seven or more class wins in this event. History shows that the masters of this race are age-group motorcycle racer Jim O’Neal with 21 class wins, the late great Rod Hall with 18, Ivan ‘Ironman’ Stewart and Larry Roeseler with 17 each and age-group motorcycle legend Richard Jackson with 15 class wins.
While Roeseler leads with 11 overall wins (including nine on motorcycles), Stewart is right behind him with 10 overall victories (all in four-wheel vehicles and seven in PPI Toyota Trucks).
Tied with nine class wins each in this race are 4-wheel vehicle drivers Marcos Nunez and Donald Moss while tied with eight class wins each are Nick Vanderwey, veteran age-group motorcycle racer Lou Franco and Steve Hengeveld (with seven of his being overall motorcycle wins as well).
Ten racers are tied with seven class wins each—Mike Cafro, Shane Esposito, Sergio Gutierrez, Troy Herbst, Jeff Kaplan, Rob MacCachren, Larry Ragland, Arnoldo Ramirez, Francisco Septien and Eric Solorzano.
Of this illustrious group of class winners, expected to race in the 53rd anniversary race and add to their legacy are O’Neal, Roeseler, Cafro, Esposito, MacCachren, Septien, Vanderwey and Solorzano.
ECHO 18—SCORE Baja 500
SCORE Trophy Truck, which debuted in 1994, is celebrating its 28th season as the marquee racing division in the sport. It is the marquee racing division for high-tech, 950-horsepower, unlimited custom trucks.
The SCORE Baja 500 has seen the second largest fields of SCORE Trophy Truck in SCORE history, have 39 starters both in 2007 and in 2010.
Winning SCORE Trophy Truck and the overall in 2007 was the team of Larry Ragland/Brian Collins and in 2010, the SCORE Trophy Truck and overall winners were the son/father team of Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin.
The next highest total of SCORE Trophy Truck starters in SCORE history was in this race that had 37 starters in 2006, 2013 and 2014. The team of Brian Collins/Larry Ragland won the class and the race in 2006, Robby Gordon won in 2013 and Bryce Menzies won in 2014, his third SCORE Trophy Truck win in this race in a four-year period.
ECHO 19—SCORE Baja 500
SCORE Trophy Truck Take 2. SCORE Trophy Truck racers have won the overall in 16 out of the last 17 years in the SCORE Baja 500, including the last 11 consecutive years.
The last overall winner in this race not driving a SCORE Trophy Truck was the team of cousins Harley Letner and Kory Halopoff who won the overall and the unlimited Class 1 in 2009 in a Chevy-powered Tatum open-wheel desert race car.
ECHO 20—SCORE Baja 500
SCORE President/Race Director Jose A. Grijalva has identified and plotted another 466-mile spectacular race course to challenge the world’s best desert racers.
Running in a clockwise direction, the race will start and finish without spectators in the SCORE compound. The SCORE start/finish compound will be located Northeast of downtown Ensenada 2.5 miles beyond the end of the extension of Avenida Ruiz.
The race features an impressive course of 466.00 miles. It runs in a clockwise direction west to Ojos Negro then south down the middle and then up the Pacific Coast side of Baja California.
The historic race course is another memorable example of all that Mexico’s Baja California has to offer, including high-speed dirt trails, sandy, rocky and silty natural terrain, majestic Baja washes and canyons with elevations from sea level to nearly 3,500 feet. The course is another jewel reflecting the stark beauty of Baja California.
There are two physical checkpoints, 233 virtual checkpoints and two narrow virtual checkpoints for this race course. It also has 14 speed zones for a total of 74.9 miles.
The two physical, full-stop checkpoints—Checkpoint 1 will be located at race mile 170.8 at San Telmo Road and Checkpoint 2 will be at rm 305 at Vicente Guerrero.
The course goes east through Ojos Negros and then begins its Southern journey through El Alamo, the Goat Trail and Valle de Trinidad.
From there it heads back west towards the Pacific Ocean going by and through Mike’s Sky Rancho, El Coyote Ranch and Rancho Meling. It then goes through Santo Domingo Wash, San Simon Wash. The course than parallels and draws close to the Pacific Ocean going through San Quintin, Vicente Guerrero, Camalu, San Vicente, Santo Tomas and Uruapan before heading back northeast up to Ojos Negros and back to the finish line.
Starting this season, SCORE is putting up course markers for virtual checkpoints in addition to the normal mileage markers.
All Sportsman classes, Class 7F, Class 7SX, Baja Challenge and Class 11 and will race on a reduced course of 389.56 miles.
ECHO 21—SCORE Baja 500
With over 250 entries expected in this year’s SCORE Baja 500 from 30 U.S. States and 20 countries, 51 competition classes are offered for cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles and quads. Among the 217 entries to date are racers from 22 U.S. States, host Country Mexico, along with Bolivia, Canada, France and Peru.
Domestically, the race will be televised on a delayed basis on the World of X Games show on ESPN2 as co-produced by SCORE International and award-winning BCII TV of Los Angeles.
SCORE Live will be streaming throughout contingency and race days on the SCORE website and on the new SCORE TV app. Colorful Rat Sult is back for his sixth season as the host of SCORE Live.
ECHO 22—SCORE Baja 500
Jim O’Neal, 74, the noted apparel/performance products manufacturer (O’Neal USA) from Simi Valley, Calif., and super-vet multi-time SCORE champion age-group motorcycle racer has been selected to be the Grand Marshal for this year’s BFGoodrich Tires 53rd SCORE Baja 500, presented by 4 Wheel Parts.
O’Neal has a race-record 21 class wins in the SCORE Baja 500. He has 38 starts out of 52 years in the SCORE Baja 500 and 39 starts out of 53 years in the SCORE Baja 1000 and he has raced in all 34 SCORE San Felipe 250 races. He has a SCORE-record 22 season point titles in his lengthy career.
This year’s SCORE Baja 500 will be his fourth SCORE race as a co-rider for the Giovanni Spinali team in the Pro Moto 50 class for riders over 50 years old on the No. 510x Yamaha YZ450FX.
ECHO 23—SCORE Baja 500
BFGoodrich Tires, the official tire of SCORE for 45 years, received two awards for the 2020 SCORE World Desert Championship. BFGoodrich Tires was honored after the 2020 season 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 34 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 has posted a contingency bonus for the overall winner of this race of US$25,000.


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

Round 2 of the four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship
June 10-13, 2021—466.00 miles – Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
Total Entries: 217 (as of 5/25/21)
(from 22 U.S. States, host Mexico, Bolivia, Canada, France, Peru)
(Numerical order, by class)
Pro Cars/Trucks/UTVs

1 Luke McMillin
3 Mark Post
4 Justin Matney
*5L Clyde Stacy
7 Bryce Menzies
9 Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez
10 Alan Ampudia
11 Rob MacCachren
*13L Robert Malone
14 Bobby Pecoy
16 Cameron Steele
19 Tim Herbst
*20L Robbie Pierce
21 Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola
22 Jax Redline
23 Dan McMillin
*25L Mark Winkelman
27 Jonathan Brenthel
31 Andy McMillin
35 Carlos Penunuri
*37L Rolf Helland
38 Eric Hustead
40 Chris Miller
41 Justin Lofton
43 Larry Roeseler
52 Rick Sanchez
65 Dan Myers
74 Eduardo Escobedo
77 Robby Gordon
85 Mike Lawrence
89 Mike Walser
90 Raul Gomez
92 Paul Nauleau
96 Enrique Murillo

CLASS 1 (10)
100 Cody Parkhouse
103 Gabriel Torres
105 Mason Cullen
123 Broc Dickerson
138 Brian Wilson
153 Brad Wilson
163 Ruben Torres
168 Shelby Reid
173 Richard Glaszczak
179 Mario Fuentes

200 Jorge Sampietro
205 Jose Delucie
211 Pat Sims
213 Karl Ebdrup
214 Valerie Clark
218 Chad Dohrman
227 Kyle Jergensen
228 Ryan Hancock
230 Chad Hall
232 Chelsea Magness
234 Jason McNeil
238 Elijah Kiger
258 Justin Davis
261 Jeff Bader
264 Pierce Herbst
275 Juan Sanchotena
278 Carlos Ibarra
284 Jose Contreras
285 Clay Lawrence
286 Rod Lewis
287 Ryan Lewis
292 Jason Coleman
293 Ryan Peacock
294 Vincent Munoz
295 William Hedrick Jr
296 Andrew Myers
299 Charles Dorrance

CLASS 10 (21)
1001 Oliver Flemate
1006 Freddie Willert
1009 J. David Ruvalcaba
1010 Moises Cuevas
1013 Harley Meservey
1014 Bruce Yee
1016 Hiram Duran
1019 Alberto Mendez
1023 Tamara Myers
1024 Wheeler Morgan
1027 Arturo V. Malo
1029 Andres Macias Alvarez
1045 Matt Rusich
1046 Ethan Hagle
1047 Zack McLaren
1049 Ty Godde
1062 J.J. Schnarr
1075 Eliseo Garcia
1078 Augie Cortez
1081 Matt Winslow
1088 Chase Warren

CLASS 7 (5)
700 Daniel Chamlee
703 Scott Brady
709 Jeff Proctor
710 Mike Shaffer
727 Meredith Hammond

2905 Marc Burnett
2910 Rodrigo Ampudia
2916 Brian Muzllenix
2918 Justin Lambert
2919 Brandon Schueler
2927 Justin Smith
2930 Sean Cook
2931 Craig Scanlon
2932 Clinton Schue
2938 Kolton Husted
2940 Erick Kozin
2944 Phil Blurton
2946 Jose Juarez
2948 Matt Burroughs
2949 Alonso Lopez
2954 Austin Weiland
2959 Rafael Navarro III
2967 Mike Pratt
2969 Branden Sims
2970 Francisco Beltran
2974 Jorge Cano
2975 Mike Cafro
2976 Jesus Mendez Jr
2978 Jose Juarez
2987 Edgar Garcia Leon
2989 Wes Miller
2998 P.J. Jones

1202 Matias Arjona IV
1205 Miguel Cortez
1208 Rich Roberts
1209 Marco Acosta
1216 Matt Ferrato
1221 Scott Wisdom
1244 Eric Palacios
1274 Mike Aguilar

1909 Q. Rene Gutierrez
1920 Elias Hanna
1925 Zach Sizemore
1954 Kristen Matlock
1957 Joe Bolton
1962 Dodge Poelman
1985 Adrian Orellana
1995 Kaden Wells
1919 Paul Barnhart Jr
1960 Allen Alexander
1935 Jimmy Rodriguez

CLASS 1/2-1600 (6)
1610 Jordan Price
1616 Eli Yee
1621 Kevin A. Sanchez
1642 Ernesto Martinez Ojeda
1679 Enrique Zazueta Jr
1680 Carlos Jimenez Guana

3909 James Hill
3930 Douglas Cornwell
3953 Nick Bruce
3955 Mike Cafro

4421 Mike Hales

1855 Mitch Guthrie Jr
1870 Justin Elenburg
1871 Wayne Matlock
1877 Josh Herzing
1881 Norman Turley
1879 Michelle Barraza
1898 Cameron Ornelas

CLASS 5 (3)
503 Barnaldez Inzunza Marco
508 Greg Sullivan
510 Gerardo Ibarra

CLASS 5-1600 (4)
557 Larry Negrete Jr
559 Alejandro Medina
571 David Heredia
598 Jorge Gutierrez

BC1 Jay Jakupca
BC4 Edward Muncey

CLASS 7F (3)
701F Brandon Walsh
714F Justin Park
726F Arturo Montano

744 Dario Serrano
758 Armando Duron

CLASS 11 (5)
1111 Eric Solorzano
1131 Adriel Jordan
1133 Mike Steel
1169 Rafael Figueroa
1196 Alex Gonzales

Pro Motorcycles

5x Derek Ausserbauer
22x Shane Redline
77x Hosea Struiskma
97x Jason Alosi

PRO MOTO 30 (3)
308x James Justin Shultz (ROR-Greg Bardonnex)
320x Jorge Garcia
325x Jano Montoya

100x Fernando Beltran
101x Ulises Fierro
109x Christopher Gil
117x Hector Garcia

PRO MOTO 40 (3)
408x Ryan Liebelt
424x William St. Laurent
441x Alirio Amado

PRO MOTO 50 (2)
500x Vance Kennedy
510x Giovanni Spinali

723x Edgar Cota
725x Juan Carlos Salvatierra
785x Fabricio Fuentes

PRO MOTO 60 (1)
628x Scott McIntosh

Pro Quads

Pro Quad (3)
1a Jose Luis Velez
5a Steven Lopez
37a Ricardo Villafana


SPT M/C (7)
201x Scott Borden
202x Jesse Smith
203x Giovanni Aviles
215x Carlos Guereca
220x Stefano Migotto
245x Filiberto Garcia
227x Esteban Rodriguez

112a Daniel Gaytan
118a Humberto Valenzuela
129a Sergio Gutierrez Jr
131a Julio C. Miranda
148a Alejandro Amador
152a Edgar Barazza
177a David Nunez Ortega