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    51st Annual SCORE BAJA 500 Pre-running opens Saturday

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

    May 16, 2019

    51st annual SCORE Baja 500

    Roeseler, MacCachren, Troy Herbst, Gordon, Baldwin, Letner,
    Menzies, A. Lopez, Vildosola Jr, A. McMillin all seek more gold


    Pre-running on 487.11-mile course opens Saturday;
    177 entries to date from 24 States, 10 Countries;

    Round 2 of four-race 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship
    to be televised on ABC World of X Games;

    Contingency, start/finish to be held for first time at Estero Beach Resort
    in Ensenada; May 29 to June 2;

    Race entry closes May 21, event info available at

    ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico – Past overall race winners Larry Roeseler, Rob MacCachren, Troy Herbst, Robby Gordon, B.J. Baldwin, Harley Letner, Bryce Menzies, Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola and Andy McMillin will be seeking more glory as they are among the entry field to date for the upcoming 51st Anniversary celebration of the legendary SCORE Baja 500.
    With 27 SCORE Baja 500 overall wins between the 10 of them, racers from around the world will converge on Baja California, Mexico when pre-running on the challenging 487.11-mile course opens on Saturday.
    Round 2 of the four-race 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship will be held May 29-June 2. The celebratory internationally-televised race will start and finish at the Lucas Oil Off-Road Stadium at the Estero Beach Resort in Ensenada, the seaside port on the Pacific Ocean, 80 miles south of San Diego.
    Ensenada 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.
    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. The race will be televised on a delayed basis as a one-hour special on the ABC Network World of X Games programming. Los Angeles’ award-winning BCII TV will provide the production work of the telecast.
    Like all SCORE races, it is an elapsed-time race with staggered starts as the green flag on Saturday (June 1) will drop first for the motorcycles and quads at 4 a.m. (PDT) and approximately 8 a.m. (PDT) for the cars, trucks and UTVs. The start/finish line area will be at the Lucas Oil Off-Road Stadium in Ensenada.
    Over 250 vehicles are expected at the start line with racers from nearly 30 States and as many as 15 countries anticipated. Long-time SCORE sponsor BFGoodrich Tires has also posted a US$25,000 contingency bonus for the overall 4-wheel winner to help commemorate this year’s race.
    Official practice, or pre-running, on the official 487.11-mile course for this year’s 51st SCORE Baja 500 will open on Saturday at 8 a.m. PT. Pre-running will start at race mile 30.41 near Uruapan and finish at the same location at race mile 456.76.
    The section from the start to race mile 30.41 may only be run outbound and only on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of race-week. GPS files, course notes and preliminary Racer’s Briefing are available on the race page on the SCORE website under race info.
    With four of the former champions are all from Las Vegas, and all 10 former overall champs are racing in this year’s race in the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck division, the marquee racing class for high-tech, 950-horsepower unlimited custom trucks. Included on the entry list are former SCORE Baja 500 overall winners Roeseler (11 overalls, including 9 on a motorcycle), MacCachren (1996, 2018), Troy Herbst (1996, 2002, 2003), Gordon (1989, 1990, 2005, 2013), Baldwin (2008), Letner (2009), Menzies (2011, 2012, 2014), ‘Apdaly’ Lopez (2015), ‘Tavo’ Vildosola (2016) and A. McMillin (2010, 2017).
    Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame racer Roeseler, 62, of Imperial, Calif., is a SCORE Baja racing icon with nine overall wins (1975, 1976, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1987, 1990, 1992, 1993) over three decades on a motorcycle and two (2002, 2003) in a four-wheel vehicle (unlimited Class 1 with Troy Herbst). This year will be the second driver for Las Vegas’ Mark Post in the No. 3 Riviera Racing Ford F-150 in SCORE Trophy Truck.
    Another Hall of Famer, MacCachren, 54, Las Vegas, drives the No. 11 Rockstar Energy MacCachren Motorsports Ford F-250 (Geiser builder) and is the reigning SCORE Trophy Truck season point champion and last year’s SCORE Baja 500 race winner. He also has the most career SCORE Trophy Truck race victories with 17 among his more than 300 total class wins in his legendary career in the desert, short-course and stadium off-road racing.
    Troy Herbst, the youngest of the three racing Las Vegas Herbst brothers at 52, has seven class wins in the SCORE Baja 500 including his three overall wins. He will drive this year in the No. 54 Monster Energy Terrible Herbst Motorsports Ford F-150 (Herbst/Smith). His second driver will be Pat Dean, also one of the prominent Las Vegas desert racers.
    Gordon, 50, the SoCal transplant and former NASCAR and Indy Car racer who lives in Charlotte, N.C., has five class wins in this race, including his four overalls and pilots the No. 77 Speed Energy Team Gordon Chevy Silverado (Custom).
    Baldwin, 39, also of Las Vegas, has one overall win in this race and will be driving the No. 97 Monster Energy Baldwin Motorsports Toyota Tundra (ID). In his championship race in 2008, he defeated MacCachren by a mere seven seconds in the 500-mile race.
    A third-generation SCORE desert racer, Letner, 35, of Corona, Calif., won the overall in 2009 in the unlimited Class 1 with his cousin Kory Halopoff in what was the last time a class other than SCORE Trophy Truck captured the overall race victory. In this year’s race he will be the second driver for Kevin Thompson in the No. 70 Ford Raptor (Herbst/Smith).
    Mexico’s Lopez, 24, who became the first Mexican national to win this race overall in 2015 and is the a three-time SCORE Trophy Truck season point champion (2015, 2016, 2017), drives the No. 9 RPM Racing Chevy Rally Truck (Geiser).
    Mexico’s Vildosola Jr, 37, won the 2016 SCORE Baja 500 to join the elite group of nine racers who have won the SCORE Baja Triple Crown for overall wins in the SCORE San Felipe 250, the SCORE Baja 500 and the SCORE Baja 1000. Vildosola Jr will be driving the No. 21 Vildosola Racing Ford Raptor (Vildosola).
    The fourth Las Vegas racer in the group of former overall champions entered this year, Menzies, 31, won three overalls in four years and drives the No. 7 Red Bull Menzies Motorsports Ford Raptor (Huseman).
    San Diego’s third-generation desert racer A. McMillin, 32, who won this year’s season-opening SCORE San Felipe 250 as well as this race last year, has three class wins in the SCORE Baja 500 including his two overall wins and will be racing this year in his No. 31 McMillin Racing Chevy Silverado (Mason).
    The 51st anniversary SCORE Baja 500 race course, designed and finalized by SCORE President/Race Director Jose A. Grijalva is a rugged, challenging 487.11 miles. The course will run in a clockwise direction starting and finishing for approximately one mile in each direction on the off-road track at the Lucas Oil Off-Road Stadium. The first and last 30.41 miles up to Uruapan and back will be shared course outbound and inbound.
    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, stretches along the Pacific Ocean seashore with elevations from sea level to over 3,000 feet. The course will be another jewel reflecting the mesmerizing, stark beauty of Baja California.
    This year’s 51st anniversary course will have four physical checkpoints, 146 virtual checkpoints and 11 speed zones (total of 41.72 race miles).
    The four checkpoints will be located as follows: Checkpoint No. 1-Nuevo Junction (Race Mile 144.50), Checkpoint No. 2-San Matias (RM 256.32), Checkpoint No. 3-Vicente Guerrero (RM 343.47) and Checkpoint No. 4-Santo Tomas (RM 446.08).
    Reflecting on the course, Grijalva commented, “This is going to be the one of the roughest and toughest as well as one of the most spectacular SCORE Baja 500 race course. There are numerous areas of the course that SCORE has never used before in its long and storied history in Baja.”
    Among the other towns, areas and landmarks the course goes through or near are San Carlos wash, Uruapan, Santa Catarina, the Summit, Borrego, Mike’s Sky Rancho, Rancho El Coyote, San Telmo, Rancho Montes, Santo Domingo wash, Camalu, Colonet, San Vicente  and the wash at Erendira.
    The total of 177 entries to date have come from 24 U.S. States and 10 total countries–host country Mexico, Argentina, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Peru and Venezuela.
    States among the field range so far from California, Washington and Oregon in the Pacific West, Nevada, Idaho, Arizona, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico in the Mountain West, New York and Connecticut in the Northeast, Illinois, Nebraska, Iowa, Ohio, and Texas in the Midwest and Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia in the South.
    Leading the entries so far is the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck division for high-tech, 950-horsepower, unlimited custom trucks with 37 official entries as of today.
    SCORE Trophy Truck, in its 26th year as the featured racing division in the sport, have been the overall winners of the SCORE Baja 500 for the last nine consecutive years and 14 of the last 15.
    Other classes with double-figure entries so far besides SCORE Trophy Truck with 37 are Trophy Truck Spec with 23 entries, Pro UTV FI (Forced Induction) with 16, the unlimited Class 1 with 12 and Class 10 with 10
    Leading the motorcycle classes so far with seven entries each are Pro Moto 30 (riders 30 years old and over) SPT Moto.
    Online registration, by class, for Pro and Sportsman cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles and quads, is ongoing through the SCORE website at http://score-international.com/raceinfo/2019-baja-500/.
    Official entries received after the drawing will be given the next available starting position within their respective classes. Online entries will be accepted until 8 p.m. (PDT) on Tuesday, May 21.
    Among the 177 total entries to date for this year’s SCORE Baja 500 are 37 in SCORE Trophy Truck, including seven in SCORE TT Legend (SCORE Trophy Truck drivers 50 years old and over).
    Besides the 10 former SCORE Baja 500 overall winners entered, other entries in this year’s race include Cameron Steele, San Clemente, Calif. (No. 16 Ford Raptor), Dan McMillin, San Diego (No. 23 Ford F-150), Luke McMillin, San Diego (No. 83 Ford F-150), Ryan Arciero, Foothill Ranch, Calif. (No. 32 Ford F-150), Justin Matney, Bristol, Tenn. (No. 4 Chevy Rally Truck),  brothers Alan, Aaron and Rodrigo Ampudia, Ensenada, Mexico (No. 10 Ford Raptor), Justin Lofton, Brawley, Calif. (No. 41 Ford Raptor), Scott Bailey, Riverside, Calif./Gustavo Vildosola Sr, Mexicali, Mexico (No. 1L Ford Raptor), Tim Herbst, Las Vegas/Ed Herbst, Las Vegas (No. 19 Ford F-150), Gary Magness, Denver (No. 45 Ford F-150), Billy Wilson, Corpus Christi, Texas (No. 15 Ford Raptor), Zak Langley, Manhattan Beach, Calif. (No. 50 Ford F-150), Kevin Thompson, New Braunfels, Texas/Harley Letner, Corona, Calif., (No. 70 Ford Raptor) and Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va. (No. 5L Chevy Rally Truck).
    Besides this year’s SCORE San Felipe 250 overall winner A. McMillin (SCORE Trophy Truck),  other San Felipe class winners who have already entered the upcoming SCORE Baja 500 are Bailey (SCORE TT Legend), Brad Wilson, Long Beach, Calif. (Class 1—No. 100 Jimco-Chevy), Austin ‘A.J.’ Jones, Litchfield Park, Ariz. (Trophy Truck Spec–No. 279 TSCO-Chevy), Hammond Meredith, Laramie, Wyoming (Class 2—No. 2022 ID-Chevy), Mike Hales, Rogers, Ark. (Hammer Truck Unlimited—No. 4421 Jeep Wrangler), Gerardo Ibarra, Calexico, Calif. (Class 5—No. 510 unlimited VW Baja Bug), Wayne Matlock, Alpine, Calif. (Pro UTV FI—No. 2971 Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo), Freddie Willert, El Cajon, Calif. (SCORE Lite—No. 1206 Jimco-VW), Kristen Matlock, Alpine, Calif. (Pro UTV NA—No. 1954 Polaris RZR XP4 1000), Hector Hurtado, Tijuana, Mexico (Class 5-1600, No. 599 1600cc VW Baja Bug), Brandon Walsh, Encinitas, Calif. (Class 7F—No. 700 Toyota Tundra) and Mike Lesle, Wildomar, Calif. (Class 7SX—No. 751 Jeep Comanche).
    Leading the San Felipe motorcycle winners who have entered this year’s SCORE Baja 500 are led by motorcycle overall winner Justin Morgan, El Cajon, Calif. (Pro Moto Unlimited—No. 1x Honda CRF450R).
    Other San Felipe 2-wheel class winners entered in this race are Jason Trubey, Henderson, Nev. (Pro Moto 40—No. 444x KTM 450XCF), Ryan Liebelt, Reedley, Calif. (Pro Moto 30—No. 308x Yamaha WR450F) and Giovanni Spinali, El Cajon, Calif. (Pro Moto 50—No. 500x Yamaha YZ450FX).
    Start/finish line area for this year’s SCORE Baja 500 will be the Lucas Oil Off-Road Stadium on the grounds of the Estero Beach Hotel & Resort, 12.2 miles south of downtown Ensenada. This will mark the first time the race has started at the popular luxury resort.
    SCORE has also announced that there will be no admission charge for spectators to view the start and finish of the race from several thousand grandstand seats at the Lucas Oil Off-Road Stadium at Estero Beach. The course will run on nearly one mile of the Lucas Oil track outbound and inbound.
    Colorful race week festivities will be expanded to help celebrate another big anniversary of SCORE’s first Baja race.
    Chassis inspections will be held on Thursday (May 30) as well as pre-tech/Stella bracket check and installation on Avenida Lopez Mateos in Ensenada.
    On Friday evening will be the Monster Energy Papas Y Beer Street Party on Avenida Ruiz from 6 p.m. to 12 midnight.
    On-site Racer Registration and Media Registration will be held on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (May 29-31) at the Mayapan Conference Center at the Estero Beach Resort.
    Racer registration will be held on Wednesday (May 29) from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. PDT, on Thursday (May 30) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PDT and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday (May 31) with no new entries accepted after 3 p.m. PDT on that day.
    Media registration will be held in the Mayapan Conference Center from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. PDT on Wednesday (May 29) and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PDT on both Thursday and Friday (May 30-31).
    Friday (May 31) will see the day-long, pre-race Manufacturer’s Midway and contingency festival at the Lucas Oil Off-Road Stadium at Estero Beach. Starting at 8 a.m. contingency row will be held all classes. Tech inspection on that day will also start at 8 a.m. at the end of the manufacturer’s row.
    During the race on Saturday, June 1 until the course closes on Sunday morning, June 2, the start/finish line compound at the Lucas Oil Off-Road Stadium at Estero Beach will include the massive double-sided SCOREvision LED screen broadcasting race festivities and start and finish line interviews. Popular Rat Sult will again serve as primary host of the SCORE live streaming.
    All of the week’s festivities will be aired both live and same-day including the race, airing via the internet on the SCORE website.
    The official 487.11-mile course map is available on the SCORE website at the following link… http://score-international.com/raceinfo/course-map-2019-baja-500/.
    Following last year’s epic celebration of the 50th BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 500, this year’s SCORE World Desert Championship includes another special tribute to the iconic SCORE Baja 500 when it is held this year in Ensenada.
    The SCORE Baja 500 is one of the top motorsports events in the world. It was started originally in 1969 by the NORRA organization. Mickey Thompson and his SCORE International organization were invited by the Mexican government to take over the event starting in 1974. Sal Fish ran and later owned and produced the SCORE Baja 500 for 39 years until he sold SCORE in December of 2012.
    The first Baja 500 organized and produced by SCORE was held on July 26, 1974 as the first of over 150 SCORE Baja races.
    Ensenada is the heart and soul of the SCORE Baja 500 as the popular summertime race will start for the 46th time there and finish for the 42nd time there.
    In the history of the race, the start and finish line areas have been located in several areas of Ensenada and this year will be the first time the race has either started or finished at Estero Beach.
    2019 SCHEDULE
    Here is the four-race 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship and for the fourth consecutive year all races are being held in Baja California, Mexico:

    • 33rd SCORE San Felipe 250, April 3-7, San Felipe, Mexico
    • 51st SCORE Baja 500, May 29-June 2, Ensenada, Mexico
    • Inaugural Lucerna SCORE Baja 400, Sept. 19-23, Ensenada, Mexico
    • 52nd SCORE Baja 1000, Nov.19-24, Ensenada, Mexico

    ABC TV IN 2019
    The 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship will be televised on the ABC TV family of networks, marking the first time back on the ABC network since the 1967 and 1968 coverage of the Baja 1000 on ABC’s old Wide World of Sports show.
    The one-hour shows on the 33rd SCORE San Felipe 250, 51st SCORE Baja 500 and the 52nd SCORE Baja 1000 will be televised as part of ABC’s World of X Games year-long programming. Presented by SCORE sponsors Monster Energy and BFGoodrich Tires, the ABC World of X Games series profiles iconic action sports figures and also highlights athletes, artists, event previews and recaps.
    The show for the SCORE San Felipe 250 is scheduled to air on ABC on Saturday, June 1 at 2:30 p.m. ET and 1:30 p.m. PT. Check local listings for time in each are of the country.
    The inaugural Lucerna SCORE Baja 400 next September will air as a one-hour special on ESPN TV.
    All of the SCORE race coverage shows will continue to air internationally in nearly 25 countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America and South America via syndication and ESPN International.
    Official SCORE Sponsors: BFGoodrich Tires-Official Tire, Monster Energy-Official Energy Drink, King Shocks-Official Shock Absorber, Polaris RZR-Official UTV, RACELINE Wheels-Official Wheel, VP Racing Fuels-Official Fuel, Lucerna Hotels & Resorts-Official Hotel and official race title sponsor, Wide Open Excursions-Official Arrive and Drive Company, Crystal Bay Casino-Official Casino.
    SCORE Official Partners: PCI Race Radios, The Satellite Phone Store.
    Additional SCORE Associate Partners: Proturismo Ensenada, Baja California Secretary of Tourism, Mexicali Ayuntamiento, COTUCO Mexicali/San Felipe, Cruz Roja Mexicana, Corporate Helicopters.
    For more information regarding SCORE, visit the official website of the SCORE World Desert Championship at www.SCOREInternational.com.

    51st annual SCORE Baja 500
    Round 2 of the four-race 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship
    May 29-June 2, 2019—487.11 miles –Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
    Total Entries: 177 (as of 5/16/19)
    (from 24 U.S. States, host Mexico, Argentina, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Peru, Venezuela)
    (Start order based on finish results from SCORE San Felipe 250,
    balance to be drawn)
    Pro Cars/Trucks/UTVs

    31 Andy McMillin
    32 Ryan Arciero
    23 Dan McMillin
    50 Zak Langley
    83 Luke McMillin
    16 Cameron Steele
    14 Bobby Pecoy
    41 Justin Lofton
    40 Chris Miller
    77 Robby Gordon
    7 Bryce Menzies
    19 Tim Herbst
    97 Robert ‘BJ’ Baldwin
    *1L Scott Bailey
    10 Alan Ampudia
    *37L Rolf Helland
    85 Mike Lawrence
    *72L Rob Reinertson
    15 Billy Wilson
    11 Rob MacCachren
    *79L Russell Buehler
    45 Gary Magness
    2 Tony Smiley
    4 Justin Matney
    *5L Clyde Stacy
    *55L Jose de Jesus Flores
    33 Todd Tuls
    To be Draw 1
    3 Mark Post
    9 Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez
    21 Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola
    *25L Mark Winkelman
    27 Jonathan Brenthel
    28 Corey Keysar
    54 Troy Herbst
    99 Dale Dondel
    To be Draw 2
    57 Mike Palmer
    70 Kevin Thompson
    CLASS 1 (12)
    100 Brad Wilson
    168 Shelby Reid
    185 Justin Davis
    162 Brendan Gaughan
    129 Brandon Bailey
    106 Derek Fletcher
    To be Draw 1
    138 Brian Wilson
    150 Morgan Langley
    To be Draw 2
    127 Cody Parkhouse
    166 Brady Turner
    167 Rhys Millen
    113 Damen Jefferies-RS
    279 Austin ‘A.J.’ Jones
    204 Sara Price
    299 Charles Dorrance
    232 Chelsea Magness
    209 Rafael Navarro IV
    274 Elias Hanna
    246 James Scully
    250 John Langley
    294 Vincent Munoz
    295 William Hedrick Jr
    260 Luis Pelayo
    253 Mike Perez
    211 Pat Sims
    218 Chad Dohrman
    266 Scott Biernot
    270 Kelly McArthur
    240 Bobby Patton
    To be Draw 1
    208 Andrew Entwistle
    297 Bill McBeath
    To be Draw 2
    238 Scott Kiger
    254 Joe Brain
    257 Shane Redline
    220 Craig Christy-RS
    CLASS 2 (1)
    2022 Hammond Meredith
    To be Draw 2
    4402 Casey Currie
    4421 Mike Hales-RS
    CLASS 10 (10)
    1022 Rafael Aguirre
    1068 Cody Reid
    1002 Clay Lawrence
    1058 Jeremy Davis
    To be Draw 1
    1062 J.J. Schnarr
    To be Draw 2
    1063 Ruben Torres
    1069 Dan Berg
    1078 Augie Cortez
    1087 Ivan Tagle
    1099 Rick Little
    CLASS 7 (2)
    700 Daniel Chamlee
    To be Draw 2
    709 Jeff Proctor
    CLASS 5 (2)
    To be Draw 2
    527 Dustin Grabowski
    510 Gerardo Ibarra-RS
    PRO UTV FI (16)
    2905 Marc Burnett
    2919 Brandon Schueler
    2987 Edgar Garcia
    2977 Justin Elenberg
    2930 Sean Cook
    2989 Wes Miller
    3995 Daniel Parker
    2912 Tony Riggs
    To be Draw 1
    2910 Scott Trafton
    To be Draw 2
    2917 Jason Murray
    2918 Justin Lambert
    2911 Michael Mamelli Jr
    2927 Justin Smith
    2936 Jacob Carver
    2948 Matthew Burroughs
    2971 Wayne Matlock-RS
    1206 Freddie Willert
    1202 Matias Arjona IV
    1212 Martin Lizarraga
    1224 Javier Rochin
    To be Draw 2
    1208 Rich Roberts
    1247 Wes McKenzie
    1255 Darren Walsh
    PRO UTV NA (6)
    1995 Kaden Wells
    To be Draw 1
    1912 Rickey Arslanian
    To be Draw 2
    1906 Mark Levrett
    1958 George Felix
    1985 Adrian Arellana
    1954 Kristen Matlock-RS
    CLASS 1/2-1600 (3)
    To be Draw 1
    1600 Oscar Alvarez
    To be Draw 2
    1683 Juan Peralta
    1609 J. David Ruvalcaba-RS
    To be Draw 1
    3931 Craig Scanlon
    3937 Brad Lovell
    CLASS 8 (1)
    852 Spencer Morgan
    CLASS 5-1600 (4)
    599 Hector Hurtado
    550 Luis Herrera
    To be Draw 2
    571 David Heredia
    582 Rodolfo Martinez
    CLASS 7F (3)
    700F Brandon Walsh
    To be Draw 1
    704F Aaron Celiceo
    714F Justin Park
    CLASS 7SX (2)
    751 Mike Lesle
    740 Gerardo Novelo-RS
    CLASS 3700 (1)
    3791 Brett Maister
    CLASS 11 (3)
    1111 Eric Solorzano
    To be Draw 1
    1113 Kent Thygerson
    To be Draw 2
    1109 Mauro Diaz


    2044 Russ Hopkins

    Pro Motorcycles

    1x Justin Morgan
    66x Santiago Creel
    To be Draw 2
    12x Webster Whinery Jr
    18x Araben Agundez
    69x Ben Hagle
    100x Santiago Creel
    To be Draw 2
    150x Alirio Amado
    152x Alirio Amado
    PRO MOTO 40 (3)
    444x Jason Trubey
    To be Draw 2
    420x Paul Thomas
    436x Bobby Wilbanks
    PRO MOTO 30 (7)
    308x Ryan Liebelt
    360x Santiago Creel
    325x Jano Montoya
    304x Chris Racan
    365x Nick Lanning
    300x Luis M. Gomez
    To be Draw 1
    370x Francisco Septien
    To be Draw 2
    708x Joe Janas
    714x Lawrence Janesky
    737x Joseph Amirault
    PRO MOTO 50 (4)
    500x Giovanni Spinali
    To be Draw 2
    502x Julian Guerra
    506x Mark Adams
    508x Eizaburo Karasawa

    Pro Quads

    Pro Quad (2)
    2a Don Higbee
    To be Draw 1
    3a Oskar Espinoza


    SPT QUAD (5)
    100a Danny Magdalena
    To be Draw 1
    170a Carlos Napoles
    To be Draw 2
    130a Nakol Hernandez
    135a Jesus Valezuela
    148a Alejandro Amador
    SPT M/C (7)
    284x Shane Schorno
    228x Scott McIntosh
    To be Draw 2
    234x Clay Adams
    237x Rachel Van Diepen
    251x Seiji Kubota
    257x Steven Miller
    266x Roy Buelna