The 49th Annual SCORE Baja 1000 is a loop race this year, starting and finishing in Ensenada at the Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center. This course represents some of the best of all northern loop races. There are approximately 80 miles of new course. It has approximately 130 miles of racing along the beaches of the Pacific Ocean. The course has never been connected like this before and many of the trails we have raced on before are like we have never raced on them. This course is also one of the longest loop races ever. This course should be much faster than last years course and the 2013 course. This is because it only has three rough sections, two whoop sections and the Summit. Pre-running begins on Saturday October 22nd.
– SCORE International President & CEO ROGER NORMAN
Video Replay of the SCORE’s release of the Course Map for the 49th Annual Baja 1000 at Off-Road Expo in Pomona, CA on Saturday, October 1, 2016. #BAJA1000 #ScoreWorldChampionshipDesertRacing