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29 ‘Monsters of the Desert’ ready-54th SCORE Baja 1000

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

November 12, 2021

Race week starts Sunday

BFGoodrich Tires 54th SCORE Baja 1000
presented by 4 Wheel Parts
29 SCORE Trophy Trucks including multiple
‘SCORE Super Teams’ ready to rock ‘n’ roll

Late, on-site racer registration Nov. 15-17 in Ensenada for peninsula run;
Pre-running continues on rugged 1226.35-mile course down Baja California;
epic season-finale of four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship;

Internationally televised race to air on ESPN2’s World of X Games;
SCORE Live, vehicle tracking at www.score-international.com, Rat Sult emcee

NOTE: Current SCORE Trophy Truck numerical expanded entry list,
all-time stats at bottom of text

     ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico—Topped by multiple ‘SCORE Super Teams’ 29 SCORE Trophy Trucks, aka ‘Monsters of the Desert’, are prepped and ready to rock ‘n’ roll down Mexico’s Baja California peninsula next week as racers from around the world are in Baja California, Mexico for the internationally-televised BFGoodrich Tires 54th SCORE Baja 1000, presented by 4 Wheel Parts.
The marquee SCORE racing division for high-tech, 1000 horsepower, unlimited custom trucks was created by revered former SCORE owner Sal Fish in 1994.
With entries so far from 35 U.S. States, the U.S. Territories of Guam and Puerto Rico along with 18 countries, this year’s Granddaddy of All Desert Races will be a peninsula run of 1226.35 masterful miles down Mexico’s majestic Baja California peninsula, starting in Ensenada, Baja California and finishing in La Paz, Baja California Sur.
    Starting and finishing under strict BioSecurity health and safety protocols in Baja California, Mexico, the final round of the four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship race-week festivities and the Granddaddy of All Desert Races itself will be held this Sunday through next Saturday.
Closed to the public because of the BioSecurity health protocols in Baja California, pre-race Contingency/Tech will be held (Nov. 16 and 17) along with the start of the race (Nov. 18) in the SCORE compound located in a new site alongside the Marina in Ensenada, just across from the Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center.
Spectators, following health protocols, will be able to watch the race from a safe distance all the way down the majestic Baja California peninsula.
SCORE Racer and SCORE Media Registration will be held Nov. 15-17 in the Red Room at the Riviera.
SCORE International is well known around the globe as the ‘World’s Foremost Desert Racing Organization.’ Celebrating its 48th season in 2021, this race is the flagship event of the SCORE World Desert Championship.
The SCORE Baja 1000 is at the pinnacle of motorsports as the most iconic, oldest, prestigious, toughest and longest continuously held desert race in the world.
While every year for the Granddaddy of All Desert Races is mesmerizing, a peninsula run down Mexico’s magnificent Baja California peninsula is, for lack of a better term, hypnotizing.
This year’s race is a peninsula run of 1226.35 miles down majestic Baja California, starting in Ensenada, Baja California and finishing in La Paz, Baja California Sur.
Most of the world’s best desert racers will be in action at this year’s massive BFGoodrich Tires 54th SCORE Baja 1000, presented by 4 Wheel Parts. The 2021 season-finale will be televised on a delayed basis as a one-hour special on ESPN2’s World of X Games programming.  First air date domestically is scheduled for January 9, 2022. Lead announcer will once again by Hall of Fame racer/SCORE Trophy Truck race champion Cameron Steele.
Race week activities will be held Nov. 14-20.
Nearly 300 vehicles are expected at the start line with racers from nearly 40 U.S. States and as many as 20 countries anticipated. Pro and Sportsman classes for cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles and quads will be competing in the Granddaddy of All Desert Races.
Ensenada, “The Off-Road Capital of the World” is a coastal city on the Bahia de Todos Santos area of the Pacific Ocean, 80 miles south of the U.S. border at San Diego.
La Paz, the capital of Baja California Sur, is the gateway to the Sea of Cortez and 1,000 miles south of the U.S. Border at San Diego.
This monstrous race will start for the 47th time in Ensenada, finish for the 22nd time in La Paz, 24th time overall to run down the peninsula as 2000 and 2007 finished in Cabo San Lucas. It will be the first peninsula run since the 50th SCORE Baja 1000 in 2017.
This race is annually the grand finale of the SCORE World Desert Championship, which has been held exclusively for the past six years in Baja California.
Celebrating its 28th anniversary, SCORE Trophy Truck, developed and launched by former SCORE owner Sal Fish in 1994, is the marquee racing division in the sport—for high-tech, 1000 horsepower unlimited custom trucks and SCORE TT Legend, which debuted in 2017, is for SCORE Trophy Truck drivers at least 50 years old.
A total of 13 of the last 15 SCORE Trophy Truck SCORE Baja 1000 race winners are entered in this year’s race, including the last seven straight. And 26 racers are entered in this race who have combined to earn 116 career SCORE Trophy Truck race wins (out of 140 total races).
Also entered are 11 racers who have combined for 17 SCORE Trophy Truck season point championships in the first 27 years of the marquee SCORE racing division.
Leading the way among the former SCORE Trophy Truck season point champs are Ed Herbst and his brother Tim Herbst with four titles each (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003), three-time consecutive titles in Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez (2015, 2016, 2017), three-time champion Rob MacCachren (1994, 2007, 2018) and two-time SCORE Trophy Truck season point champ Robby Gordon (1996, 2009).
Individually, Rob MacCachren leads the most career SCORE Trophy Truck race wins with 17, followed by other race entries Robby Gordon (11), Ed and Tim Herbst (11 each), Andy McMillin (11), Larry Ragland (11), Bryce Menzies (7), Mark Post (7), Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr (6), Larry Roeseler (5), Ryan Arciero (4), Curt LeDuc (4), Gus Vildosola Sr (3), Juan C. Lopez (20), Roger Norman (2), Cameron Steele (2) and entered with one each career SCORE Trophy Truck race win are Alan Ampudia, Josh Daniel, Pat Dean, Steven Eugenio, Rick D. Johnson, Daniel McMillin, Luke McMillin, Justin B. Smith and Billy Wilson.
As a result of their finishes in September’s SCORE Baja 400 in Ensenada, SCORE Trophy Truck racers Las Vegas’ Bryce Menzies (No. 7), Las Vegas’ Rob MacCachren (No. 11) and Mexico’s Alan Ampudia (No. 10will be the first three 4-wheel vehicles to start.
To enhance their odds all three first starts in SCORE Trophy Truck have gone from being solid favorites to odds-on favorites for top finishes as each has joined forces with other top racers to form ‘SCORE Super Teams’ for this year’s race.
Menzies has teamed with San Diego’s Andy McMillin, MacCachren will race with San Diego’s Luke McMillin and Ampudia will race with young gun Jax Redline, 26, Amarillo, Texas and celebrity racer/TV personality Ken Block.
The SCORE Baja 1000 will be an elapsed-time race with staggered starts as the ceremonial green flag on Thursday, Nov. 18 will drop first for the motorcycles and quads at 2 a.m. (PT) and 9 a.m. (PT) for the cars, trucks and UTVs. While the fastest vehicles are expected to finish the monstrous race in around 22 1/2 hours, all vehicles will have a 50-hour time limit to become official finishers in the elapsed-time race.
With nearly 300 entries anticipated at the start line, 282 total entries have been received for the Granddaddy of All Desert Races, with racers representing 35 U.S. States, U.S. Territory Puerto Rico and 18 countries.
The countries are the United States, U.S. Territories Guam and Puerto Rico, host country Mexico, Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Guatemala, India, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Spain and Sweden.
Of the first 282 entries to date, in the ultimate desert race, 214 are cars, trucks or UTVs and 68 are motorcycles or quads.
Led by the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck division with 29 entries (including seven in SCORE TT Legend for drivers over 50 years old), 11 classes have double-figure entry totals.
Among 4-wheel classes, besides SCORE Trophy Truck the classes with double-figure entries are Class 1 (10), Trophy Truck Spec (28), Class 10 (18), Pro UTV FI (Forced Induction) (29), Pro UTV NA (Naturally Aspirated) (12), Class 1/2-1600 (13), Pro UTV Stock (12) and the venerable Class 11 for stock VW sedans (12).
Among the 2-wheel classes, Pro Moto Ironman (solo riders) has 13 official entries and Sportsman Motorcycle also has 13.
Celebrating its 28th season as the marquee racing division in the sport, leading the season points in the featured SCORE Trophy Truck division is the legendary Larry Roeseler, 64, Imperial, Calif. With five career SCORE Trophy Truck race victories, in the SCORE Baja 1000, ‘Mr. Baja’ has 18 career class wins (second all-time) including a race-record 14 overall victories, including 10 on a motorcycle and two each in open-wheel race cars and SCORE Trophy Truck.
Celebrating its 28th season as the marquee racing division in the sport, lined up behind Roeseler (347 points) is Rob MacCachren (345) and Mexico’s Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr (338) in the SCORE Trophy Truck point standings in the marquee racing division.
Fourth on the SCORE Trophy Truck point grid and 13th overall is 16-year-old phenom Jax Redline of Amarillo, Texas with 328 points in his No. 22 Chevy R2. So far in his rookie SCORE season Redline has finishes of fifth, 13th and 10th.
Fifth in SCORE Trophy Truck points and 23rd overall after three races with 320 points, with a pair of seventh-place finishes and a 22nd in class, is Las Vegas’ champion second-generation SCORE desert racer Tim Herbst, 58, in his No. 19 Monster Energy Terrible Herbst Motorsports Ford F-150.  His second driver this season is fellow Las Vegan Pat Dean, 51, who is also a second-generation SCORE desert racer.
With his two race victories and a did not finish, Las Vegas’ Bryce Menzies is seventh in SCORE Trophy Truck points in his No. 7 Menzies Motorsports Ford Raptor.
While SCORE races frequently include third generation desert racers, SCORE Trophy Truck will see a three-generation team of drivers all competing for the first time in the same vehicle in SCORE history. All from Riverside, Calif., 17-year-old Madix Bailey is the driver of record in the No. 29 Stronghold Motorsports Ford Raptor, built by ID Designs. Splitting the driving with the young star will be his father Brandon Bailey, 39 and his grandfather Scott Bailey, 61. This is truly a dream team of the most unique kind.
The race features a course, designed and plotted by SCORE President/Race Director Jose A. Grijalva, of 1226.35 miles of raucously rugged Baja California terrain.
The challenging race course is another memorable example of all that Mexico’s majestic Baja California peninsula has to offer, including high-speed dirt trails, sandy, rocky and silty natural terrain, beautiful Baja washes and canyons, stretches along the ocean and the seashore with elevations from sea level to over 3,000 feet. The course is another jewel reflecting the stark beauty of Baja California.
It runs east from Ensenada to Ojos Negros, south to Valle de Trinidad, back southwest to Colonet, south to San Quintin. The course starts heading inland to Catavina then south to Coco’s Corner to Bahia de Los Angeles. From there it heads inland to San Ignacio and back to the Pacific Ocean at race mile 750.
At about race mile 825 it heads east to the Sea of Cortez at race mile 880 and down along the Sea of Cortez past Loreto. After Loreto it runs southwest and back along the Pacific past Villa Insurgentes and Ciudad Constitucion until race mile 1180 were it turns southeast and finally into the finish in La Paz.
The historic race course features three physical checkpoints, 236 virtual checkpoints, including 23 speed zones (37 or 60 miles per hour) for a total of 196.18 miles.
The three physical (full stop) checkpoints will be Checkpoint No. 1 at Chapala (race mile 421.30), Checkpoint No. 2 at the Vizcaino road crossing (race mile 633.31) and at Insurgentes (race mile 999.91).
All Sportsman classes, Class 3, Class 7SX, Class 11, Vintage Trailblazer and Baja Challenge will run reduced course of 1,214.01 miles.
The official course map, course notes, racer brief, penalty bulletin and GPS files are posted on the SCORE website under race info for the SCORE Baja 1000.
During contingency on Tuesday and Wednesday (Nov. 16-17) and the race on Thursday (Nov. 18) until the course closes on Saturday (Nov. 20) late afternoon, live streaming will be broadcasting race activities and start activities, finish line interviews and live racing action along the race course.
With increased live race coverage from along the race route, popular Rat Sult, who has been the voice of SCORE over the last six seasons, will once again serve as emcee and lead announcer of the SCORE Live streaming. Assisting Sult will be veteran Dave Arnold along with Matt Moghaddam and Morgan McBride.
SCORE live is being produced again by SCORE Media House, Aaron Laub, producer, Alberto Luna-director, Parker Alexander coordinator.
SCORE live may be launched from the home page of the SCORE website.
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 33 of the 53 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 first SCORE Baja 400.
SCORE major sponsor BFGoodrich Tires has posted a US$40,000 contingency bonus for the overall 4-wheel race winner to help commemorate the Granddaddy of All Desert Races.
Presenting sponsor for this year’s BFGoodrich Tires 53rd SCORE Baja 500 is 4 Wheel Parts, the official Off-Road Retailer and Race Presenting Partner of SCORE and the SCORE World Desert Championship.
For the third straight year, the 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship races are airing on the ESPN family of networks. The four-races are airing 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.
Here are the dates for the four-race 2022 SCORE World Desert Championship which will be held exclusively in Baja California, Mexico for the seventh consecutive year:

  • 35th SCORE San Felipe 250—

March 29-April 3, San Felipe, Mexico

  • BFGoodrich Tires 54th SCORE Baja 500, presented by 4 Wheel Parts—

June 1-5, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

  • 3rd SCORE Baja 400—

September 13-18, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

  • BFGoodrich Tires 55th SCORE Baja 1000, presented by 4 Wheel Parts—

November 15-20, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
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 and PCI Race Radios.
SCORE Official Partners: 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, Ensenada Hotel and Motel Association, Ensenada Tourism Marketing Committee, Cruz Roja Mexicana, San Quintin Municipal Council, Baja California Sur State Government, Baja California Sur Secretary of Tourism and Sustainable Economy, Municipal Government of Mulege, Municipal Government of Loreto, Municipal Government of Comondu and Municipal Government of La Paz, B.C.S.
For more information regarding SCORE, visit the official website of the SCORE World Desert Championship at www.SCORE-International.com.


BFGoodrich Tires 54th SCORE Baja 1000
presented by 4 Wheel Parts

Finale of the four-race 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship
November 15-20, 2021—1,226.35 miles –
Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico to La Paz, Baja California Sur
Total Entries: 282 (as of 11/12/21)
(from 35 U.S. States, territory of Puerto Rico, host Mexico, Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Guatemala, India,
New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Spain, Sweden)

(numerical order within class; by class start order)
Pro Cars, Trucks & UTVs

(Number, driver/additional drivers and/or Navigators/riders, vehicle, engine)
  SCORE TROPHY TRUCK (Unlimited CustomTrucks including Builder)–
2 Chad Broughton, 26, Scotts Valley, Calif./Paul Broughton, 54, Scotts Valley, Calif./Billy Wilson, 35, Corpus Christi, Texas, Ford F-150 (Custom)
4 Justin Matney, 36, Bristol, Tenn./Josh Daniel, 46, Vista, Calif., Chevy R-6 (Geiser)
7 Bryce Menzies, 34, Las Vegas/Andy McMillin, 34, San Diego, Ford Raptor (Mason)
10 Alan Ampudia, 30, Ensenada, Mexico/Jax Redline, 16, Amarillo, Texas/Ken Block, 53, Park City, Utah, Chevy G-6 (Geiser)
11 Rob MacCachren, 56, Las Vegas/Luke McMillin, 28, San Diego, Chevy Silverado (Mason)
14 Bobby Pecoy, 57, Anaheim, Calif./Rhys Millen, 48, San Juan Capistrano, Calif. (New Zealand)/Cameron Steele, 53, San Clemente, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser)
16 Cameron Steele, 53, San Clemente, Calif./Ryan Arciero, 48, Foothill Ranch, Calif./Rhys Millen, 48, San Juan Capistrano, Calif. (New Zealand), Ford Raptor (Geiser)
19 Tim Herbst, 58, Las Vegas/Pat Dean, 51, Las Vegas/Troy Herbst, 56, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (Herbst/Smith)
21 Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr, 39, Mexicali, Mexico/Gustavo Vildosola Sr, 68, Mexicali, Mexico/Ricky Johnson, 57, Trabuco Canyon, Calif., Ford Raptor (Vildosola)
23 Daniel McMillin, 33, San Diego/Justin B. Smith, 37, Las Vegas, Chevy 1500 (Mason)
26 Dave Taylor, 47, Page, Ariz./Sara Price, 29, Canyon Lake, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Geiser)
29 Madix Bailey, 17, Riverside, Calif./Brandon Bailey, 39, Riverside, Calif./Scott Bailey, 61, Riverside, Calif., Ford Raptor (ID)
35 Carlos Penunuri, 40, La Paz, Mexico/Carlos Ortiz, La Paz, Mexico/Jose Ivan Sanchez, La Paz, Mexico/Gabriel Lizarraga, La Paz, Mexico, Chevy 1500 (Chevy)
40 Chris Miller, 48, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif./Brant Rains, 41, San Diego, Chevy Silverado (Mason)
41 Justin Lofton, 35, Brawley, Calif./Ray Griffith, 31, Downey, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason)
43 Larry Roeseler, 64, Boulevard, Calif., Toyota Tundra (ID)
45 Gary Magness, 67, Denver/Jett Blackwell, Oklahoma City/Alejandro Abaroa, La Paz, Mexico, Ford Raptor (Herbst/Smith)
65 Dan Myers, 43, Newport Beach, Calif./Steve Myers, 55, Newport Beach, Calif./Andrew Myers, 41, San Marcos, Calif., Toyota Tundra (R. Gordon)
77 Robby Gordon, 52, Charlotte, N.C. (Santa Ana, Calif.)/Casey Mears, 43, Scottsdale, Ariz., Chevy Silverado (R. Gordon)
78 Tyler Bolland, 39, Lewiston, Idaho/Alex Barkley/Josh Hahn/Kyle Hummel, Chevy Silverado (Mayhem)
87 Dallas Luttrell, 40, Las Vegas/Larry Ragland, 77, Cave Creek, Ariz./Billy Goerke, 47, Las Vegas/Casey Gilbert, 38, Fenton, Mich., Dodge Ram (Collins Mtsprts)
96 Enrique Murillo, 63, La Paz, Mexico/Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, 26, Tecate, Mexico, Ford Raptor (TSCO)
  SCORE TT LEGEND (Unlimited Custom Trucks, including builder, Drivers over 50 years old)–
3L Mark Post, 63, Las Vegas/Ed Herbst, 60, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (Riviera)
5L Clyde Stacy, 76, Bristol, Va./Nick Vanderwey, 54, Litchfield Park, Ariz./Jim Bult, 60, Birmingham, Ill./Dan Vroom, 52, Dyer, Ind./Todd Wyllie, 55, Peoria, Ariz., Chevy V-16 (Geiser)
30L Robbie Pierce, 62, Alpine, Calif./Bobby Patton, 60, Fort Worth, Texas/Greg Adler, 52, Manhattan Beach, Calif./Barry Karakas, Oak Hills, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Jimco)
25L Mark Winkelman, 63, Cedar Hill, Texas/Rudy Iribe, Ensenada, Mexico/Ted Moncure, 56, San Jose, Calif./Charles Manchester, 58, Lake Tahoe, Nev., Chevy Silverado (Custom)
28L David Westhem, 61, Tahoe City, Calif./John Swift, 61, Santa Rosa, Calif., Ford Raptor (Racer)
37L Rolf Helland, 62, Morris, Ill./Rick D. Johnson, 55, Barstow, Calif./Jon Walker, 55, Guam, Ford Raptor (Mason)
53L Wade Porter, 54, Durham, Calif./Todd Romano, 56, Park City, Utah/Alan Levinston, 62, Blue Diamond, Nev., Ford Raptor (Brenthel)
SCORE Trophy Truck®
(debuted in 1994, for 950 horsepower unlimited custom trucks-137 total Desert races, 3 Stadium-short course)

All-Time SCORE Trophy Truck Race Winners

(1994 through 2021 SCORE Baja 400)

Wins  Driver(s), Years (NOTE: Racers in BF are entered in 2021 SCORE Baja 1000)

Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, Ford F-150, 1994, 1996 (2), 2003 (w/ G. Vildosola), 2007(3) (w/M.
Post), 2011 (2), 2012(2), 2014 (w/A.McMillin/J.Voss), 2015 (w/A. McMillin), 2016 (w/J. Voss), 2017,
2018 (2)
Robby Gordon, Mooresville, N.C., Ford F-150, 1996(4), Chevy CK1500, 2005, 2006*(2)(one w/A.
McMillin), 2009(2), 2013
Ed/Tim Herbst, Las Vegas, Ford F-150, 1997, 1998, 1999(3), 2000(2), 2001, 2002, 2003(2)
Andy McMillin, San Diego, Chevy Silverado, 2006 (w/R. Gordon), 2009 (w/S. McMillin), 2010 (2) (one w/S. McMillin), 2011(w/S. McMillin), 2014 (2) (1 w/MacCachren), 2015 (w/MacCachren), 2017, 2019(2)
Larry Ragland, Phoenix, Chevy, 1995(2), 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2002 (w/ Mark Miller), 2005-2006-2007 (w/B.Collins)
Dan Smith/David Ashley, Riverside, Calif., Ford F-150, 1998(2), 2000, 2001(3), 2002(3)
Ivan Stewart, Alpine, Calif., Toyota SR5, 1994(3), 1995(2), 1997, 1998(2), 1999
Bryce Menzies, Las Vegas, Ford F-150, 2011 (2), 2012, 2013, 2014, 2021 (2)
Mark Post, Laguna Beach,CA, Ford F-150, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 (all w/J. Whelchel), 2007(3) (w/R. MacCachren)
B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2012(2), 2013
Brian Collins, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado, 2001, 2005-2006-2007 (w/L. Ragland), 2008, 2009
Gus Vildosola Jr., Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor, 2010, 2013 (w/ Gus Vildosola Sr.), 2014, 2015 (2), 2016
Larry Roeseler, Boulevard, Calif., Chevy K1500/Toyota Tundra, 1999, 2008 (2) (w/R. Norman), 2020 (w/L. McMillin), 2021
Ryan Arciero, Foothill Ranch, Calif., Chevy Silverado, 2003(2), 2004 (w/ M. Miller), 2019
Curt LeDuc, Cherry Valley, Calif., Jeep Grand Cherokee, 1995, 1997(3)
Mark Miller, Cave Creek, Ariz., Chevy Silverado, 2002 (w/ Larry Ragland), 2003(2), 2004 (w/ R. Arciero)
Paul/Dave Simon, Fallbrook, Calif., Ford F-150, 1994(2), 1995(2)
Jerry Whelchel, Portola Hills, Calif., Ford F-150, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004 (all w/M. Post)
Scott McMillin, San Diego, Chevy Silverado, 2009 (w/A. McMillin), 2010 (w/A. McMillin), 2011 (w/A. McMillin)
Gus Vildosola Sr., Mexicali, Mexico, Ford F-150, 2003 (w/ Rob MacCachren), 2010, 2013 (w/ Gus Vildosola Jr.)
Garron Cadiente, Mesa, Ariz., Ford F-150, 2006, 2007
Jesse Jones, Litchfield Park, Ariz., Ford F-150, 2010 (2)
Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Rally Truck, 2015, 2017(w/Juan C. Lopez)
Juan C. Lopez, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Silverado, 2016, 2017 (w/Apdaly)
Roger Norman, Reno, Nev., Ford F-150, 2008 (2) (W/L. Roeseler)
Alan Pflueger, Honolulu, Chevy Silverado, 2004(2)
Bob Shepard, Phoenix, Chevy CK1500, 2005, 2006
Cameron Steele, San Clemente, Calif., Ford Raptor, 2018(2) (one with Dean)
Jason Voss, Gilroy, Calif., Ford F-150, 2014 (w/MacCachren, A. McMillin), 2016 (w/MacCachren)
Aaron Ampudia, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor, 2019
Alan Ampudia, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor, 2019
Jason Baldwin, Laguna Beach, Calif., Ford F-150, 2005
Brian Coats, Huntington Beach, Calif., Chevy C1500, 1997
Marty Coyne, El Centro, Calif., Ford F-150, 2005*
Josh Daniel, Vista, Calif., Chevy Rally Truck, 2017
Pat Dean, Las Vegas, Ford Raptor (w/Steele)
Gary Dircks, Anthem, Ariz., Ford F-150, 2004
Dale Dondel, Hemet, Calif, Chevy Silverado, 2005
Steven Eugenio, El Centro, Calif., Chevy Silverado, 2014
Juan C. Ibarra, Ensenada, Mexico, Chevy C1500, 1998
Rick D. Johnson, Barstow, Calif., Ford F-150, 2009
Eduardo Laguna, Mexicali, Mexico, Chevy Silverado, 2015
Daniel McMillin, San Diego, Chevy C 1500, 2020 (w/J. Smith)
Luke McMillin, San Diego, Ford F-150, 2020 (w/Roeseler)
Carl Renezeder, Lake Forest, Calif., Ford F-150, 2007
Rich Ronco, Peoria, Ariz., Chevy Silverado, 2008
Jim Smith, Orange, Calif., Ford F-150, 1994
Justin B. Smith, Las Vegas, Chevy C1500, 2020 (w/D. McMillin)
Billy Wilson, Corpus Christi, Texas, Chevy Silverado, 2016
  *non-points stadium-short course race

27 Years of SCORE Trophy Truck Season Point Champions

1994–Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
1995–Ivan Stewart, Alpine, Calif., Toyota SR5
1996–Robby Gordon, Orange, Calif., Ford F-150
1997–Curt LeDuc, Cherry Valley, Calif., Jeep Grand Cherokee
1998–David Ashley/Dan Smith, Riverside, Calif., Ford F-150
1999–Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2000–Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2001–David Ashley/Dan Smith, Riverside, Calif., Ford F-150
2002–Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2003–Tim Herbst/Ed Herbst, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2004–Jason Baldwin, Laguna Beach, Calif., Ford F-150
2005–Bob Shepard, Phoenix, Chevy CK1500
2006–B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado
2007–Mark Post, Laguna Beach, Calif./Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2008–B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado
2009–Robby Gordon, Charlotte, N.C., Chevy CK1500
2010–Jesse Jones, Litchfield Park, Ariz., Ford F-150
2011–Bryce Menzies, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2012–B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado
2013–B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado
2014–Steven Eugenio, El Centro, Calif., Chevy Silverado
2015–Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Silverado
2016–Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Silverado
2017–Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Chevy Silverado
2018–Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
2019–Andy McMillin, San Diego, Chevy Silverado
2020–Luke McMillin, San Diego/Larry Roeseler, Imperial, Calif., Ford F-150
     MULTIPLE SCORE TROPHY TRUCK SEASON POINT CHAMPS: 4—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003) and B.J. Baldwin (2006, 2008, 2012, 2013); 3—Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez (2015, 2016, 2017) and Rob MacCachren (1994, 2007, 2018); 2—Dave Ashley/Dan Smith (1998, 2001) and Robby Gordon (1996, 2009)
SCORE TT Legend Season Point Champions
(SCORE Trophy Truck drivers 50 years and older)
2017–Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va./Armin Schwarz, Germany, Chevy Silverado
2018–Gus Vildosola Sr, Mexicali, Mexico/Scott Bailey, Riverside, Calif., Ford Raptor
2019–Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va./Nick Vanderwey, Phoenix, Chevy Silverado
2020–Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va./Nick Vanderwey, Phoenix, Chevy Silverado

SCORE Trophy Truck®

(debuted in 1994, for 950 horsepower unlimited custom trucks-137 total Desert races, 3 Stadium-short course)
All-Time SCORE Trophy Truck Race Winners
(1994 through 2021 SCORE Baja 400)

SCORE Parker 400
1994—Paul Simon
1995—Ivan Stewart
1996—Robby Gordon
1997—Curt LeDuc
SCORE Desert Challenge
(Laughlin, Nev. 1995-2012; Plaster City, Calif. 2014, Rosarito Beach, Mexico 2016; Tijuana, Mexico 2017, 2018)
1995—Ivan Stewart
1996—Rob MacCachren
1997—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst
1998—Dave Ashley/Dan Smith
1999—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst
2000—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst
2001—Brian Collins
2002—Dan Smith
2003—Mark Post/Jerry Whelchel
2004—Gary Dircks
2005—Dale Dondel
2006—B.J. Baldwin
2007—B. J. Baldwin
2008—Rich Ronco
2009—Robby Gordon
2010—Andy McMillin
2011—Bryce Menzies
2012, Rd 1—B.J. Baldwin
2012, Rd 2—Rob MacCachren
2014—Steven Eugenio
2016—Juan C. Lopez
2017—Josh Daniel
2018—Cameron Steele
SCORE San Felipe 250
1994—Ivan Stewart
1995—Larry Ragland
1996—Robby Gordon
1997—Curt LeDuc
1998—Juan Carlos Ibarra
1999—Ed/Tim Herbst
2000—Tim/Ed Herbst
2001—Tim/Ed Herbst
2002—Dan Smith/David Ashley
2003—Gus Vildosola/Rob MacCachren
2004—Mark Post/Jerry Whelchel
2005—Jason Baldwin
2006—Garron Cadiente
2007—Mark Post/Rob MacCachren
2008—Brian Collins
2009—Brian Collins
2010—Jesse Jones
2011—Rob MacCachren
2012—Rob MacCachren
2013—Gus Vildosola/Gus Vildosola Jr
2014—Gus Vildosola Jr
2015—Gus Vildosola Jr
2016—Billy Wilson
2017—Rob MacCachren
2018—Rob MacCachren
2019—Andy McMillin
2020—No Race (Pandemic)
2021—Bryce Menzies
SCORE Challenge of Champions-San Felipe
2011—Rob MacCachren
SCORE Nissan (Mint) 400
1994—Paul Simon/Dave Simon
SCORE Baja 500
1994—Ivan Stewart
1995—Curt LeDuc
1996—Rob MacCachren
1997—Ivan Stewart
1998—Ivan Stewart
1999—Ivan Stewart
2000—Larry Ragland
2001—David Ashley/Dan Smith
2002—Mark Miller/Larry Ragland
2003—Mark Miller/Ryan Arciero
2004—Alan Pflueger
2005—Robby Gordon
2006—Brian Collins/Larry Ragland
2007—Larry Ragland/Brian Collins
2008—B.J. Baldwin
2009—Rick D. Johnson
2010—Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin
2011—Bryce Menzies
2012—Bryce Menzies
2013—Robby Gordon
2014—Bryce Menzies
2015—Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez
2016—Gus Vildosola Jr
2017—Andy McMillin
2018—Rob MacCachren
2019—Andy McMillin
2020—Daniel McMillin/Justin B. Smith
2021—Larry Roeseler
SCORE Fireworks 250
1994—Ivan Stewart
1995—Paul Simon
1996—Robby Gordon
1997—Brian Coats
1998—David Ashley
1999—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst
SCORE Gold Coast 300
1994—Rob MacCachren
SCORE Las Vegas 250
1995—Paul Simon
SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Cup
2005—Marty Coyne
2006—Robby Gordon
2007—Rob MacCachren
SCORE Imperial Valley 250
2014—Andy McMillin
2015—Gus Vildosola Jr
SCORE Baja Sur 500
2015—Eduardo Laguna
SCORE Henderson’s Terrible 250
2002—Mark Post/Jerry Whelchel
2003—Tim Herbst/Ed Herbst
SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Primm 300
1996—Robby Gordon
1997—Curt LeDuc
1998—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst
1999—Larry Roeseler
2000—Mark Post/Jerry Whelchel
2001—David Ashley/Dan Smith
2002—Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst
2003—Tim Herbst/Ed Herbst
2004—Alan Pflueger
2005—Brian Collins/Larry Ragland
2006—Bob Shepard
2007—Garron Cadiente
2008—Roger Norman/Larry Roeseler
2009—Robby Gordon
2010—Jesse Jones
SCORE Baja 400
2019—Ryan Arciero
2020—No Race (Pandemic)
2021—Bryce Menzies
SCORE Baja 1000
1994—Jimmy Smith
1995—Larry Ragland
1996—Larry Ragland
1997—Larry Ragland
1998—Ivan Stewart
1999—Larry Ragland
2000—Dan Smith/David Ashley
2001—David Ashley/Dan Smith
2002—David Ashley/Dan Smith
2003—Mark Miller/Ryan Arciero
2004—Mark Miller/Ryan Arciero
2005—Bob Shepard
2006—Andy McMillin/Robby Gordon
2007—Mark Post/Rob MacCachren/Carl Renezeder
2008—Roger Norman/Larry Roeseler
2009—Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin
2010—Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola/Gus Vildosola Sr.
2011—Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin
2012—B.J. Baldwin
2013—B.J. Baldwin
2014—Rob MacCachren/Andy McMillin/Jason Voss
2015—Rob MacCachren/Andy McMillin
2016—Rob MacCachren/Jason Voss
2017—Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez/Juan C. Lopez
2018—Cameron Steele/Pat Dean
2019—Alan Ampudia/Aaron Ampudia
2020—Luke McMillin/Larry Roeseler