#AreYouReady? - 48th Annual Bud Light SCORE BAJA 1000
SCORE MEDIA CONTACT: Dominic Clark, firstname.lastname@example.org
November 10, 2015
To Air on CBS Sports Network
Mexico’s Vildosola Jr, Laguna and Lopez leading 31 hopefuls
in SCORE Trophy Truck to 48th Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000
with help from Ricky Johnson, RPM’s Matney in pole position for historic race,
Nearly 250 entries from 30 States, 20 countries excepted at start line next Friday as pre-running speeds up for next week’s iconic Granddaddy of all Desert Races
RENO, Nev.,USA—Odds makers would consider it a ‘lock’ with the top three point leaders all from the host country hoping to become the first SCORE overall season point champion from their native land as Mexico’s Gus Vidosola Jr, Eduardo Laguna and Carlos Lopez will be leading a field of 31 SCORE Trophy Trucks into next week’s 48th Annual Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000, the granddaddy of all desert races.
This year’s race, starting and finishing in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, will be held Nov. 18-22, 65 miles south of the U.S. Border at San Diego.
The iconic race is the season-finale of the five-race 2015 SCORE World Desert Championship. Motorcycle and Quad classes will leave the start line, one vehicle at a time in the elapsed-time race, starting at 6 a.m. PT next Friday (Nov. 20) with the car and truck classes beginning their odyssey starting at 11 a.m. PT in a similar single-file procession into the majestic mysterious and foreboding northern portion of Mexico’s spectacular Baja California Peninsula.
With pre-running accelerating at a faster pace on the nearly 830-mile race course, nearly 250 entries, from 30 U.S. States and 20 countries competing in Pro and Sportsman classes for cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles and quads are expected to take the green flag.
THE CHALLENGE AHEAD
But as anyone who has ever zipped up the racer’s fire suit, strapped on the driver’s racer helmet and snapped on the driver’s protective seat harness will tell you, nothing is certain in motorsports and throw in the rugged desert race course of natural rock-strewn trails, sand-sucking silt beds, natural washes, and every imaginable possible obstacle, the only sure thing is that you will have some type of issues to contend with in your attempt to make it from green flag back to checkered flag.
Through the development of the sport of desert racing since its roots in the late 1960s, the sport’s greatest minds and most-talented racers have combined to build the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck, the expensive, hi-tech, 850-horsepower, unlimited production trucks with enough creative electronics to turn a NASA engineer green with envy. Yet, when adding the challenging terrain to the equation, along with a pinch of weather, a good finishing rate for this impressive class would be around 65% (20).
A true test of man and machine if ever there was one, Mexico’s three amigos of Baja are on the verge of becoming the first Mexican national to win the featured SCORE Trophy Truck class season point championship in the 21-year history of the featured class as well as being the first racer from their country to win the SCORE Overall point championship in SCORE’s history of more than four decades.
READY, WILLING AND ABLE
Vildosola Jr has won two of the four races this season, Laguna and Lopez one each and while winning the most important desert race in the world would be spectacular, becoming the first Mexican national driver to capture the SCORE Trophy Truck and SCORE Overall season point championship would be nothing short of unbelievable.
Legends are made of winning the SCORE Baja 1000, immortals are made of winning the SCORE Trophy Truck and SCORE Overall season point championship.
With equal starting and finishing points, the difference will be the varied placement points within the class, but of course, a driver must first finish.
On the verge of an unprecedented accomplishment after his second race win of the season, Mexico’s Gus Vildosola Jr has driven his No. 21 Vildosola Racing Ford Raptor back to the top of the 2015 SCORE World Desert Championship.
Following first, fifth, fourth and first-place finishes, Vildosola Jr, a second generation Mexican national desert racer from Mexicali, leads the SCORE Trophy Truck season point standings as well as the SCORE overall season point standings after Round 4 of the five-race 2015 SCORE World Desert Championship. Vildosola Jr, with his father Gus Sr. has a back-up driver, drives the No. 21 Vildosola Racing Ford Raptor shod with BFGoodrich Tires.
Winning September’s Rigid Industries SCORE Imperial Valley 250, after opening the season with a third consecutive victory in the 29th Bud Light SCORE San Felipe 250, recording a fifth in the inaugural Bud Light SCORE Baja Sur 500 and a fourth in June’s 48th annual Bud Light SCORE Baja 500 has enabled Vildosola Jr climb back to the SCORE Overall season point lead as well as the top spot in the featured SCORE Trophy Truck division.
Following his fortuitous fifth career SCORE Trophy Truck race win on Sept. 26, Vildosola Jr has 326 season points as only 104 total points separate the top 20 overall 4-wheel vehicle point leaders after four events in the 2015 SCORE World Desert Championship and only 26 points separate the top seven overall point leaders. In 2010, Vildosola Jr and his father became the first Mexican national drivers to win a peninsula run SCORE Baja 1000 race (Ensenada to La Paz).
SCORE TROPHY TRUCK LEADERS
Including Vildosola Jr, six SCORE Trophy drivers are among the top 20 in points.
Fourth in SCORE Overall points and second in SCORE Trophy Truck is Mexico’s Laguna, winner of this year’s Bud Light SCORE Baja Sur 500, who has 304 points in the No. 17 RPM Racing Chevy Silverado, while ninth in SCORE Overall points and third in SCORE Trophy Truck is Mexico’s Lopez, who has 279 points and won this year’s 47th SCORE Baja 500 in the No. 5 RPM Racing Chevy Rally Truck and 10th in SCORE Overall points and fourth in SCORE Trophy Truck is Las Vegas’ Rob MacCachren who has 272 points in the No. 11 Rockstar Energy MacCachren Motorsports Ford F-150.
MacCachren, a six-time AARWBA All-America driver is the all-time winningest SCORE Trophy Truck racer with 12 career SCORE race wins. MacCachren is the defending SCORE Baja 1000 race winner as he teamed last year to win the peninsula run to La Paz with Andy McMillin and Jason Voss. San Diego’s A. McMillin will race with MacCachren again this year while Voss, Cupertino Valley, Calif., will be the second driver for San Diego’s Luke McMillin, Andy’s racing cousin, in the No. 83 McMillin Ford F-150.
In13th in SCORE Overall points and fifth in SCORE Trophy Truck after four races with 261 points is defending SCORE Overall and SCORE Trophy Truck season point champion Steven Eugenio, Carlsbad, Calif. and his new teammate Armin Schwarz, who is from Germany but lives in Austria, in the No. 1 Galindo Motorsports Chevy Silverado
Gary Magness, Desert Hot Springs, Calif., is 19th in SCORE Overall points and sixth in SCORE Trophy Truck in the No. 45 Mango Racing Chevy Silverado with 222 points.
HERE COME THE CHALLENGERS
Helped by a huge assist from Supercross Hall of Fame legendary co-driver Ricky Johnson, RPM Racing’s Justin Matney earned the first starting position in the featured SCORE Trophy Truck division in this month’s 48th annual Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000 during qualifying on Nov. 3 on a purpose built, very technical 3.6-mile course that started and finished on the Off-Road Track at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
In front of an appreciative capacity crowd at the LVMS Off-Road Track, Johnson, who won 38 Supercross races and seven season championships in his Hall of Fame motorcycle career, blistered the dirt and asphalt covering the course in three minutes, 46.11 seconds with an average speed of 57.32 miles per hour in Matney’s new No. 4 RPM Racing four-wheel drive Chevy Silverado built by Geiser Brothers of Phoenix.
With long-time SCORE sponsor BFGoodrich Tires claiming the top four qualifying positions and nine of the top 10 qualifiers, second was Mexico’s Vildosola Jr, while third was Las Vegas’ Bryce Menzies, the 2011 SCORE Trophy Truck season point champion, in the No. 70 Menzies Motorsports Ford F-150 and fourth was Las Vegas’ MacCachren.
Earning the fifth qualifying spot despite suffering a flat tire near the end of his run was last year’s top qualifier, Robby Gordon, Charlotte, N.C., the SCORE Trophy Truck season point champion in 1996 and 2009 and SCORE Baja 1000 winner in 2006, in the No. 77 Gordon Motorsports Chevy Silverado.
Leading the second five top qualifiers in sixth was Mexico’s Lopez while seventh was Luke McMillin, El Cajon, Calif., eighth was Jesse Jones, Phoenix, the 2010 SCORE Trophy Truck season point champion, in the No. 76 Jones Motorsprots Ford F-150, ninth was Mexico’s Eduardo Laguna and completing the top 10 qualifier list was Cameron Steele, San Clemente, Calif. in the No. 16 Desert Assassins Chevy Silverado.
In a sport that is a true test of endurance and stamina, this year’s Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000 includes SCORE Trophy Truck winners from the last nine straight years and 15 SCORE Trophy Truck season point champions in the 20-plus-year history of the star-studded class.
Included in this group is Las Vegas’ B.J. Baldwin, who won this race back-to-back in 2012 and 2013 as well as the SCORE Trophy Truck season point title in 2008, 2012 and 2013 in the No. 97 Baldwin Motorsports Chevy Silverado. Baldwin is seventh is SCORE Trophy Truck points this season.
Two more of the key challengers to capture the checkered flag are the two SCORE Trophy Trucks from Las Vegas brothers Tim Herbst and Troy Herbst. Tim Herbst, the second-winningest driver in SCORE Trophy Truck history with 11 career SCORE race wins, is teamed again with Baja legend Larry Roeseler, Boulevard, Calif., in the No. 19 Terrible Herbst Motorsports Ford F-150. Roeseler has 17 class wins in this race, including 13 overall wins, 10 on a motorcycle and three in the car/truck classes.
Troy Herbst, who has six Class 1 wins in this race, splitting driving with Ryan Arciero, Foothill Ranch, Calif., who has three career SCORE Trophy Truck race wins, in the No. 91 Terrible Herbst Motorsports Ford F-150.
Another brother team, racing veterans Mark Weyhrich/Gary Weyhrich, of Troutdale, Ore., race as a team and are always among the front runners in their No. 9 TSCO Motorsports Ford F-150.
TOP CLASS COUNTS
A total of 217 vehicles are officially entered as of today.
So far among the car, truck and UTV classes, SCORE Trophy Truck has the most entries with 31, followed by Class 19 with 23, Class 10 with 18, Trophy Truck Spec with 17, the unlimited Class 1 with 15 and Class 1/2-1600 with 11 entries to date.
Among the motorcycle classes, the unlimited M/C class has 11 entries and Class 40 (m/c riders over 40 years old) has six entries so far.
Entry registration for the race continues at Register Here for Race.
In addition to the 28 States represented on the entry list to date, racers have officially entered from 17 countries. In addition to the United States, entries so far have come from Austria, Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Columbia, Egypt, England, Finland, France, Germany, Guatemala, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain, Thailand and the US Territory of Guam.
It’s the oldest and most well known of all desert races, and it remains as the single most appealing accomplishment to a racer. Since 1967, the race has been run over the mysterious Baja California peninsula every year except 1974 when the international fuel crisis forced a cancellation.
This year’s race will start for the 41st time and finish for the 23rd time in Ensenada. The race will start and finish on Boulevard Costero adjacent to the picturesque Bahia de Todos Santos in front of the historic Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center in the heart of Ensenada.
The race week festivities will cover Nov. 18-22, with the race and all side events starting and finishing in Ensenada. It will be a loop race this year of approximately 840 miles with the start line and finish line adjacent to the iconic Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center in the heart of Ensenada and the first and last several spectator-friendly miles running up and back down the Ensenada Arroyo.
Pre-race festivities on Thursday (Nov. 19), for the Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000, including the vastly popular tech and contingency of all vehicles and the SCORE Manufacturer’s Midway will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. PTon Boulevard Costero in front of the Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center. The pre-race mandatory driver/rider briefing will also be held on Thursday (Nov. 19) at 7 p.m. PT in the Cathedral Room at the Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center.
Racer registration will be held in the Red Room at the Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center in Ensenada. Racer registration will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. PT on Tuesday (Nov. 17), from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. PT on Wednesday (Nov. 18) and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT on Thursday (Nov. 19). Media registration will be held as well in the Red Room at the Riviera from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m. PT on Wednesday (Nov. 18), 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT on Thursday (Nov. 19) and the BFGoodrich Tires/Baja California Secretary of Tourism SCORE Media Center will be open on Friday at 5:30 a.m. PT until the course closes at approximately 11 p.m. PTon Saturday and will re-open on Sunday from seven a.m. until Noon PT.
Two special Monster Energy parties, open to the public will be held before the race starts. On Wednesday starting at 7 p.m. PT at the start/finish line area will be the SCORE Baja 1000 Goes Green Monster Energy Party. On Thursday, the night before the start of the race, the Monster Energy SCORE Papas & Beer Street Party on Avenida Ruiz in front of Papas & Beer will start at 7 p.m. PT.
A special Bud Light racer welcome party will be held at the Riviera del Pacifico CC on Wednesday evening (Nov. 18).
As the celebration continues all-night on Friday, all day and evening on Saturday while official finishers cross the line and tales are added to the legacy of the event, the post-race awards fiesta will be held in the Cathedral Room at the Riviera starting at 10 a.m. PT on Sunday.
SCORE…OH, WHAT A COURSE
SCORE has put together another memorable race course, this one for a loop race, with all of the foreboding, unforgiving terrain the northern state of the mysterious Baja California peninsula has to offer. Starting and finishing in the heart of Ensenada in front of the historic Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center, the course travels in a counter-clockwise direction. It includes the approximate 35 mile stretch to Ojos Negros which is used in both directions. Outgoing, the course heads Southwest from Ojos through Santo Tomas and then runs South along the picturesque Pacific Ocean for over 100 miles.
Featuring seven checkpoints, the nearly 830-mile course covers both sides of the peninsula parallels Highway 1 for nearly half of the race, looping south back to the Pacific and then crossing over to the other side of the peninsula below Puertocitos. The course then heads back North along the tranquil Sea of Cortez, past San Felipe paralleling Highway 5 and up to the junction with Highway 3.
The rugged course then parallels Highway 3 traveling west then northwest back into Ojos Negros and to the finish line in Ensenada. Pre-running is scheduled to open on Friday, allowing competitors three weeks of practice time and logistics planning on and around the course.
CBS SPORTS NETWORK COVERAGE
All races in the 2015 SCORE World Desert Championship series, along with the special SEMA SCORE Baja 1000 Experience and qualifying for the Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000 from Las Vegas Motor Speedway are once again airing in the USA and Canada on the CBS Sports Network. New for 2015, in addition to SCORE Trophy Truck coverage, the shows also feature top action and highlights from many other classes of trucks, cars, UTVs, motorcycles and quads – making sure that the most exciting footage and most compelling stories are now part of each race event broadcast.
Capping off the 2015 broadcast season, the Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000 broadcast on CBS Sports Network will be expanded to a full two-hour program – providing the most expansive television coverage of the “Main Event” of all desert races ever, allowing all the major class action to be showcased around the globe to the SCORE International fan base.
2015 CBS Sports Network Original Broadcast Schedule (subject to change, check local listings)
· Rigid Industries SCORE Imperial Valley 250 presented by the City of El Centro (first telecast-Sunday, November 15, 9 p.m. ET; key repeat broadcast-Sunday, November 29, 9 p.m. ET) SCORE Imperial Valley 250 TV show trailer
· Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000 Qualifying @SEMA SCORE Baja 1000 Experience (first telecast-Sunday, December 20, 9 p.m. ET)
· Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000 (two-hour special) (first telecast-Sunday, December 27, 9 p.m. ET)
· Bud Light SCORE San Felipe 250 (first telecasts-Tuesday, March 17, 7 p.m. ET & 11 p.m. ET)
· Bud Light SCORE Baja Sur 500 (first telecast-Sunday, May 31, 9 p.m. ET; key repeat broadcast-Sunday, June 7, 9 p.m. ET)
· Bud Light SCORE Baja 500 (first telecast-Sunday, July 26, 9 p.m. ET; key repeat broadcast-Sunday, August 2, 9 p.m. ET)
CBS Sports Network is available across the country through local cable, video and telco providers and via satellite on DirecTV Channel 221 and Dish Network Channel 158. For more information, including a full programming schedule and how to get CBS Sports Network, go to www.cbssportsnetwork.com.
The five-race 2016 SCORE World Desert Championship will include five special events and for the first time all five will be in Baja California, Mexico. Here is the complete 2016 SCORE World Desert Championship schedule:
· 30th Bud Light SCORE San Felipe 250, Feb. 25-28, San Felipe, Mexico
· 2nd Bud Light SCORE Baja Sur 500, April 14-17, La Paz, Mexico
· 48th Bud Light SCORE Baja 500, June 1-5, Ensenada Mexico
· Inaugural Bud Light SCORE Desert Challenge, presented by Rosarito Beach, Sept. 14-18, Rosarito Beach, Mexico
· 49th Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000, Nov.16-20, Ensenada, Mexico
Issue No. 9 of the SCORE Journal, the highly-popular new monthly on-line digital magazine of SCORE International and the five-race SCORE World Desert Championship, is live on the SCORE website at www.SCORE-International.com and is available through SCORE social media channels as well as a direct link at http://scorejournal.digital.
The new digital magazine, which includes numerous linked video segments, is a major element in the media expansion that SCORE is implementing for 2015 which includes its most aggressive national and international television packages, four new online video series, each with 26 episodes and a new consumer based SCORE website.
SCORE corporate offices are located in Reno, Nev.
Official Sponsors: Bud Light-Official Beer/Official Race Sponsor, Monster Energy-Official Energy Drink, BFGoodrich Tires-Official Tire, Rigid Industries LED Lighting-Official Lights/Official Race Sponsor, King Shocks-Official Shock Absorber, Polaris-Official UTV, Vision Wheel – Official Wheel, Axial R/C-Official R/C Vehicle, CBS Sports Network-Official Television Partner, Coca-Cola-Official Soft Drink, Coyne Powersports-Official Powersports Supplier,Wide Open Excursions- Official Arrive and Drive Company, Crystal Bay Casino-Official Casino.
Associate Sponsors: All Road Satellite, Symons Ambulance Company, Aero Calafia, Tessco.
Additional SCORE Partners: Proturismo Ensenada, Visit Baja California Sur, Baja California Secretary of Tourism, Baja California Sur State Government, Mexicali Ayuntamineto, COTUCO Mexicali/San Felipe, Cruz Roja Mexicana, Corporate Helicopters, Instant Mexico Auto Insurance, GoPro, PCI Race Radios, McKenzie’s Performance Products, Advanced Color Graphics.
For more information, visit the official website of the SCORE World Desert Championship at www.SCORE-International.com.
21 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
All-Time Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000
SCORE Trophy-Truck class winners
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/Rick Geiser
2006—Andy McMillin/Robby Gordon
2007—Mark Post/Rob MacCachren/Carl Renezeder
2008—Roger Norman/Larry Roeseler
2009—Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin
2010—Gus Vildosola Jr./Gus Vildosola Sr.
2011—Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin
2014—Rob MacCachren/Andy McMillin/Jason Voss
48th annual Bud Light SCORE Baja 1000
Final round of five race 2015 SCORE World Desert Championship
Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, Nov. 18-22, 2015—828.38 miles
Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
Total Entries: 217 (as of 11/10/15)
(from 28 U.S. States, U.S. Territory of Guam, Australia, Austria, Boliva, Canada, Columbia,
Egypt, England, Finland, France, Germany, Guatemala, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain, Thailand)
SCORE TROPHY TRUCK (Unlimited Production Trucks) (31 Total Entries)
(Note: After qualifying for first 22, balance as drawn. With vehicle number, driver of record/hometown, co-driver/hometown, vehicle)
SCORE TROPHY TRUCK (Unlimited Production Trucks)–
4 Justin Matney, Bristol, Va./Ricky Johnson, Trabuco Canyon, Calif., Chevy Silverado
21 Gus Vildosola Jr/Gus Vildosola, Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor
70 Bryce Menzies, Las Vegas, Ford F-150
11 Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas/Andy McMillin, San Diego, Ford F-150
77 Robby Gordon, Charlotte, N.C., Chevy Silverado
5 Carlos Lopez, Tecate, Mexico/Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va./Juan C. Lopez, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Rally Truck
83 Luke McMillin, El Cajon, Calif./Jason Voss, Cupertino, Calif., Ford F-150
76 Jesse Jones, Phoenix, Ford F-150
17 Eduardo Laguna, Mexicali, Mexico/Josh Daniel, Canyon Country, Calif., Chevy Silverado
16 Cameron Steele, San Clemente, Calif./Pat Dean, Las Vegas/Cody Stuart, Capistrano Beach, Calif., Chevy Silverado
93 Chris Kemp, San Clemente, Calif./Ken Losch, Phoenix, Chevy Silverado
59 Craig Potts, Scottsdale, Ariz./Burt Jenner, Los Angeles, Chevy Silverado
9 Mark Weyhrich, Troutdale, Ore./Gary Weyhrich, Troutdale, Ore., Ford F-150
44 Kyle Jergensen, Oak Hills, Calif./Todd Jergensen, Oak Hills, Calif., Chevy Silverado
14 Heidi Steele, San Clemente, Calif./Cody Parkhouse, Long Beach, Calif./Rene Brugger, San Clemente, Calif., Chevy Silverado
23 Dan McMillin, La Mesa, Calif./Chuck Hovey, Escondido, Calif., Ford F-150
91 Troy Herbst, Las Vegas/Ryan Arciero, Foothill Ranch, Calif., Ford F-150
50 Zak Langley, Santa Monica, Calif./Rick D. Johnson, Barstow, Calif./Adam Householder, Ford F-150
75 Mike Cook, Orem, Utah, Chevy Silverado
42 Jesse Hooker, Newhall, Calif./Billy Carson, Oxnard, Calif., Chevy Silverado
1 Steven Eugenio, Vista, Calif./Armin Schwarz, Austria (Germany), Chevy C1500
19 Tim Herbst, Las Vegas/Larry Roeseler, Boulevard, Calif., Ford F-150
36 Glen Greer, Green Valley, Ariz./Thom Greer, Tucson, Ariz./Chad Hancock, Green Valley, Ariz., Dodge Ram1500
38 Eric Hustead, St. George, Utah, Ford F-150
47 James Bult, Monee, Illinois/Gerardo Iribe, Santa Ana, Calif., Ford F-150
45 Gary Magness, Desert Hot Springs, Calif./Devin Housh, Desert Hot Springs, Calif., Ford F-150
97 B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado
28 Alan Pflueger, Honolulu, Chevy Silverado
12 Kent Kroeker, Valley Center, Calif./Darren Skilton, Long Beach, Calif., Chrysler Minatour
25 Brian Ostrom, Surprise, Ariz./Cody Bowman, Chevy Silverado
57 Mike Palmer, Denver, Spencer Steele, Chevy Silverado