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    January 13, 2019

     

    BFGoodrich Tires, Wayne Matlock, MacCachren, Saad

    all major winners Saturday at 2018 SCORE Awards Night

     

    Alumi Craft captures Original Open-Wheel Chassis points; Kroyer wins Engine Builder points,

    Geiser takes Original Truck Chassis points, KTM Motorcycle point champion, Polaris Industries UTV point champ,

    Jerry Herbst presented SCORE Legacy Award posthumously; 43 SCORE Milestone Award winners also honored

     

        SAN DIEGO, California, USA—BFGoodrich Tires, Wayne Matlock, Nico Saad, Rob MacCachren and MacCachren Motorsports were among the major winners Saturday night as SCORE International officially concluded the 2018 SCORE World Desert Champioship with the annual SCORE Awards Night gala held for the second straight year at the popular San Diego Air & Space Museum at historic Balboa Park.

    SCORE Off-Roadsman of the Year awards were presented in 14 categories along with the 43 winners of the SCORE Milestone Awards as well as the overall and class point champions of the four-race 2018 SCORE World Desert Championship.

    In front of an enthusiastic crowd of nearly 600 racers, crews, families, sponsors, VIPs and news media, the evening was also a celebration of 45 years of SCORE championship desert racing.

    “We want to sincerely acknowledge the support, assistance and sacrifices made by family members, friends and sponsors–because without their support, the accomplishments of our racers in the series would not have been possible,” commented Jim Ryan, SCORE Marketing and Sales Director. “Becoming a SCORE overall or class point champion, winning a coveted SCORE Off-Roadsman Award or a SCORE Milestone Award is an achievement of the highest degree in our beloved sport.”

    The evening included a colorful video tribute to the 2018 SCORE World Desert Championship produced by SCORE’s award-winning television producer BCII TV as well as inspiring still photography from SCORE Official photographer GetSome Photo.

    INAUGURAL SCORE LEGACY AWARD

    Jerry E. Herbst, the family patriarch of Terrible Herbst Motorsports and founder of the prominent Terrible Herbst Inc. in Las Vegas was honored posthumously with the inaugural SCORE Legacy Award presented by SCORE.

    Jerry Herbst, who passed away on Nov. 27, 2018 at the age of 80, was not only one of the pillars in the foundation of the growing of Las Vegas he was also one of the pioneers of desert racing, especially in Southern Nevada.

    His impact as a philanthropist, as a businessman and as a sportsman has left an indelible mark on Southern Nevada and all of desert racing. But most of all, his lasting legacy will be the eternal mark he has left as a husband, father and grandfather as the family patriarch of the Herbst family.

    A racer himself for many years both in the desert and on the water, Jerry Herbst won his class with another Las Vegas business pioneer and good friend Mart Collins in the 1970 Baja 500 desert race in Ensenada.

    As a mentor for his three sons—Ed, Tim and Troy, Jerry Herbst taught them the principals of strong business as well as the intricacies of desert racing and high-speed water skiing. Ed Herbst and Tim Herbst accepted the award on behalf of Mr. Herbst and their family.

    A member of the Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame, Jerry Herbst put his name on three SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Cup races held in the 2000s (2005-07) at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. He also posted bonus purses for several SCORE races over the years as well as sponsored the SCORE Terrible’s Primm 300 desert race for four years (2007-10).

    SCORE PERSON OF THE YEAR

    Mexico’s popular hotelier and renowned Ensenada tourism official Nico Saad was selected as the 2018 SCORE Person of the Year for his entire lifetime of work for 51 years since introducing the late Mickey Thompson to the then Baja California governor to name SCORE as the official US desert-racing promoter for Baja California.

    The owner of the prominent San Nicolas Hotel in Ensenada, Saad, a member of the Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame who was the Grand Marshal for this year’s epic 51st SCORE Baja 1000, is also in his second tenure as the President of ProTurismo de Ensenada.

    BFGOODRICH TIRES ROLLS

    BFGoodrich Tires, the official tire of SCORE for 43 years, received two awards. BFGoodrich Tires was honored as the SCORE Contingency Company of the year for the 27th time as well as being voted the SCORE Pit Support Team of the Year for the 29th time.

    BFGOODRICH TIRES BONUSES

    Helping SCORE celebrate the 2018 SCORE World Desert Championship including the 50th anniversary year of the legendary SCORE Baja 500 in June, BFGoodrich Tires presented special contingency bonus prizes for two SCORE races in 2018.  In addition to the normal contingency prizes, Rob MacCachren received a BFGoodrich Tires $25,000 bonus purse for winning the 50th BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 500 and Cameron Steele received a $25,000 bonus purse for winning the 51st SCORE Baja 1000.

    BFGoodrich Tires has been the choice of 32 of the 50 overall winners of the popular SCORE Baja 500 and 30 of the overall winners of the iconic SCORE Baja 1000.

    SCORE OFF-ROADSMAN OF THE YEAR AWARDS

    The SCORE Off-Roadsman awards were determined by online vote of SCORE members as well as the general public. Among the other honorees were the class point champions and top class point leaders from the four-race 2018 SCORE World Desert Championship, the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Series.

    SCORE ROOKIE

    Liz Karcz, aka Iron(wo)man, was voted as the 2018 SCORE Rookie of the Year after finishing third in season points in her Pro Moto class for motorcycle racers competing solo.

    Karcz joins Bekki Freeman Wik (1998) as the only female racers to receive this prestigious award in the 45-year history of SCORE.

    Karcz, 34, a New Jersey transplant, is an ICU nurse in the Trauma department at the University of New Mexico Medical Center in Albuquerque.

    She competed relentlessly with sheer dedication, determination, perseverance and an indefatigable spirit to survive for a podium finish for the year on her No. 722x Monkey Business Racing Honda CRF450X. She finished the year with a fifth-place finish out of 10 starters in her solo-rider class in the grueling SCORE Baja 1000.

    Karcz was also riding as a charitable fund-raiser, raising funds for the DA8 Strong Foundation. DA8 Strong, founded by former SCORE champion racer Destry Abbott, raises funds to help improve the quality of life for cancer patients and their families.

    Karcz now joins previous winners of the SCORE top rookie award like Freeman-Wik, Frank Vessels, Jimmie Johnson, Ricky Johnson, Robby Gordon, John Herder, Andy McMillin, Brian Wilson, Luke McMillin, Bryce Menzies, Tony Gera, Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, Broc Dickerson and Chad Broughton.

    MACCACHREN HAT TRICK

    Las Vegas’ Hall of Famer Rob MacCachren and his MacCachren Motorsports team pulled off a rare hat-trick in the 2018 SCORE World Desert Championship. MacCachren has nearly 315 career desert, stadium and short-course off-road race wins in his sterling career.

    In 2018, MacCachren was the SCORE Overall Truck and the SCORE Trophy Truck point champion as he won two races, finished second and third in the other two while increasing his SCORE-record SCORE Trophy Truck race wins to 17.

    Two of his MacCachren Motorsports teammates won a pair of SCORE Off-Roadsman of the Year awards.  Andreas ‘Lechero’ Rodriguez was voted the 2018 SCORE Mechanic of the Year and Jim Blackmore was voted the 2018 SCORE Team Manager of the Year.

    It was the first SCORE Off-Roadsman of the Year award for Rodriguez and the second for Blackmore who was voted the 2007 SCORE Mechanic of the Year.

    BIG YEAR

    The year of 2018 was another landmark year in the history of SCORE International. A total of nearly 7,000 different drivers/co-drivers, riders/co-riders and from 41 U.S. States and 22 countries participated in the four spectacular races in SCORE World Desert Championship highlighted by the absolutely amazing celebration of the 50 years of the legendary SCORE Baja 500.”

    SCORE OVERALL POINT CHAMPS

    Leading the parade of 2018 SCORE Desert Series point champions were the four overall titlists—Wayne Matlock, Alpine, Calif. (SCORE Overall, SCORE Overall UTV and Pro UTV FI in the No. 2971 Matlock Racing Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo), Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas (SCORE Overall Truck and SCORE Trophy Truck in the No. 11 Rockstar MacCachren Motorsports Ford F-150), Todd Winslow, Clovis, Calif. (SCORE Overall Open Wheel and Class 10 in the No. 1081 559 Racing Alumi Craft-Chevy) and Justin Morgan, El Cajon, Calif. (SCORE Overall motorcycle and Pro Moto Unlimited in the No. 7x Monster Energy Honda CRF450X).

    It was the first SCORE Overall point championship and sixth class title for Matlock, the ninth season class point win for MacCachren including three SCORE Trophy Truck class titles, the second overall category title and second class title for Morgan and first time for Winslow to capture an overall category title and a season class title.

    SCORE MANUFACTURER POINTS

    Manufacturer point titles won were led Alumi Craft Race Cars, winners of the 2018 SCORE Original Open-Wheel Chassis Manufacturer point championship. Based in Santee, Calif., Alumi Craft vehicles were among the top finishers in several SCORE classes in 2018 including the top spot in Class 10.  It was the second manufacturer’s point title for the company that opened in 2004.

    Geiser Brothers of Phoenix won the SCORE Original Truck Chassis Manufacturer season point title for the fourth straight year.

    After another banner year in the SCORE World Desert Championship in 2018, Kevin Kroyer’s Kroyer Race Engines of Las Vegas captured the 2018 SCORE Engine Builder point championship for the sixith time.

    KTM won the SCORE Motorcyle Manufacturer of the Year point title for the third time.

    In the fourth year decided by points, Polaris Industries won the 2018 SCORE UTV Manufacturer of the Year points for the fourth straight year.

    SCORE MILESTONE AWARDS

    Another element of the diverse awards program was the presentation of the 2018 SCORE Milestone Awards.  As it has for 33 years, the coveted SCORE Milestone Awards were presented to those drivers in who finished all required miles of the 2018 SCORE World Desert Championship. A record total of 43 racers completed all 1,802.68 required miles in the four-race 2018 SCORE World Desert Championship.

    Since 2014 motorcycle and quad classes were eligible for the award along with the pro car, truck and UTV classes.

    25 YEARS—SCORE TROPHY TRUCK

    Another showcase element of the evening was a special salute to the first 25 years of the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck division for high-tech, 950-horsepower unlimited custom trucks.  The featured racing division in the sport was created by then SCORE owner Sal Fish and launched in 1994. A total of 16 different racers have combined to earn the season point championship of the class in its first 25 years. A total of 45 racers have combined to win the 131 total SCORE Trophy Truck racers from 1994-2018 and 22 of them are active today.

    A special commemorative poster of SCORE Trophy Truck individual race winners over 25 years was also produced by SCORE and distributed at the event.

    Las Vegas Hall of Fame racer Rob MacCachren won the first season title in 1994 persevered to win it again in 2018 and also was the second driver for Mark Post in their 2007 championship season. MacCachren also is the winningest all-time SCORE Trophy Truck driver with a SCORE-record 17 career SCORE Trophy Truck race wins.

    Besides MacCachren, other active SCORE Trophy Truck race wins who enjoyed the special tribute in person were Ed Herbst, Tim Herbst, Jesse Jones, Roger Norman, Cameron Steele and Gustavo Vildosola Sr.

    SCORE MEDIA AWARDS

    Dan Sanchez, Editor of the popular SCORE Journal digital magazine during its four-year existence and SCORE race programs for the last four years, was voted for the second time as the SCORE Journalist of the Year, while My Baja Photo (Alex Ponce) earned the SCORE Photographer of the Year honors for the third time.

    Winning the SCORE Videographer of the Year award for the second time was Cactus Films (Esteban Flores).

    MIC MEN

    Emcees for the evening and hosts of the live streaming of the celebration were SCORE Live announcer Rat Sult and SCORE Trophy Truck champion racer and TV action sports announcer Cameron Steele.

    ABC TV IN 2019

    SCORE also confirmed that the 2019 SCORE World Desert Championship will be televised on the ABC TV family of network, 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.

    SCORE also announced that the inaugural Lucerna SCORE Baja 400 next September will air as a one-hour special on ESPN TV.

    Hall of Fame racer Cameron Steele’s popular ‘Trail of Missions’ show has been shown as part of ABC’s World of X Games series for the past several years.

    All of the SCORE race coverage shows will continue to air internationally in over 20 countries in Europe, Asia and South America via syndication and ESPN International.

    SCOREstory

    The original SCORE International was founded in 1973 by the late Mickey Thompson and headed by Sal Fish from 1974 until Fish sold SCORE International to Roger and Elise Norman on Dec. 20, 2012. SCORE continues as the premier sanctioning body in the sport of desert racing. SCORE races feature classes for Pro and Sportsman cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles and quads competing in the internationally-televised four-race SCORE World Desert Championship.

    SCOREscope

    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. 18-22, Ensenada, Mexico
    • 52nd SCORE Baja 1000, Nov.19-24, Ensenada, Mexico

    TV TIME

    SCORE races in 2018 are airing on the El Rey Network domestically and around the globe on ESPN International and syndication. The season-ending SCORE Baja 1000 will air as a two-hour race coverage special currently scheduled to air on Feb. 24, 2019 at 8 p.m. ET.

    El Rey Network is a 24-hour, English-language lifestyle network and is available in 45 million homes across the country through cable and OTT providers and via satellite on DirecTV Channel 341 and Dish Network Channel 253. For more information on how to watch El Rey visit http://elreynetwork.com.

    SCORE SPONSORS…

    Official SCORE Sponsors: BFGoodrich Tires-Official Tire and official race title sponsor, 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, 4 Wheel Parts, The Satellite Phone Store, Satellite Del Norte.

    Additional SCORE Associate Partners: Proturismo Ensenada, Baja California Secretary of Tourism, Mexicali Ayuntamiento, COTUCO Mexicali/San Felipe, Cruz Roja Mexicana, Corporate Helicopters, McKenzie’s Performance Products, Advanced Color Graphics.

    Lucerna Hotels & Resorts 22nd Tijuana SCORE Desert Challenge Special Partners: XXII Ayuntamiento de Tijuana, Baja California State Secretary of Tourism, Comite de Turismo and Convenciones, Comite de Marcadotecnia Turistica, Lucerna Hotels and Resorts, Asociacion de Hoteles del Noroeste.

    For more information regarding SCORE, visit the official website of the SCORE World Desert Championship atwww.SCOREInternational.com.

     

    2018 SCORE Off-Roadsman of the Year Award Winners

    2018 SCORE Mechanic of the Year—Andreas ‘Lechero’ Rodriguez, MacCachren Motorsports

    2018 SCORE Contingency Company of the Year—BFGoodrich Tires

    2018 SCORE Journalist of the Year—Dan Sanchez, SCORE Journal

    2018 SCORE Photographer of the Year—Alex Ponce, My Baja Photo

    2018 SCORE Videographer of the Year—Esteban Flores, Cactus Films

    *2018 SCORE Original Open-Wheel Chassis Manufacturer of the Year—Alumi Craft Race Cars (John Cooley)

    *2018 SCORE Engine Builder of the Year—Kroyer Racing Engines (Kevin Kroyer)

    *2018 SCORE Original Truck Chassis Manufacturer of the Year—Geiser Bros (Jeff and Rick Geiser)

    *2018 SCORE Motorcycle Manufacturer of the Year—KTM Motorcycles

    *2018 SCORE UTV Manufacturer of the Year—Polaris Industries

    2018 SCORE Team Manager of the Year—Jim Blackmore, MacCachren Motorsports

    2018 SCORE Pit Support Team of the Year—BFGoodrich Tires

    2018 SCORE Rookie of the Year—Liz Karcz, Pro Moto Ironman

    2018 SCORE Person of the Year—Nico Saad, ProTurismo de Ensenada

    Inaugural SCORE Legacy Award—Jerry Herbst (posthumously)

     

    *Determined by points; others-online voting

     

    All-time SCORE Off-Roadsman Award Winners

    Current Awards (1974 thru 2010-voted by SCORE membership; since 2011-online voting)

    SCORE CONTINGENCY COMPANY OF THE YEAR

    1977—NGK Spark Plugs

    1978—Pennzoil

    1979—BFGoodrich Tires

    1980—Rough Country

    1981—Bridgestone

    1982—BFGoodrich Tires

    1983—BFGoodrich Tires

    1984—BFGoodrich Tires

    1985—TIE-BFGoodrich Tires

                & Yokohama Tires

    1986—Yokohama Tires

    1987—BFGoodrich Tires

    1988—Yokohama Tires

    1989—Yokohama Tires

    1990—Yokohama Tires

    1991—Yokohama Tires

    1992—Yokohama Tires

    1993—BFGoodrich Tires

    1994—BFGoodrich Tires

    1995—BFGoodrich Tires

    1996—BFGoodrich Tires

    1997—BFGoodrich Tires

    1998—Duralast Batteries

    1999—BFGoodrich Tires

    2000—BFGoodrich Tires

    2001—BFGoodrich Tires

    2002—BFGoodrich Tires

    2003—BFGoodrich Tires

    2004—BFGoodrich Tires

    2005—BFGoodrich Tires

    2006—BFGoodrich Tires

    2007—BFGoodrich Tires

    2008—Volkswagen of America

    2009—BFGoodrich Tires

    2010—Sunoco

    2011—BFGoodrich Tires

    2012—BFGoodrich Tires

    2013—Rigid Industries

    2014—King Shocks

    2015—BFGoodrich Tires

    2016—BFGoodrich Tires

    2017—BFGoodrich Tires

    2018—BFGoodrich Tires

    SCORE MECHANIC OF THE YEAR

    1974—Scott McKenzie

    1975—Dick Russell

    1976—Jim Fueling

    1977—Scott McKenzie

    1978—Scott McKenzie

    1979—Scott McKenzie

    1980—Bill Stroppe

    1981—Tom Strong

    1982—Bill Stroppe

    1983—Bill Stroppe

    1984—Bill Stroppe

    1985—Bill Stroppe

    1986—Randy Anderson

    1987—NONE SELECTED

    1988—Jon Nelson

    1989—Russ Wernimont

    1990—Call Wells III

    1991—Ivan Scoppertone

    1992—Russ Wernimont

    1993—Russ Wernimont

    1994—Russ Wernimont

    1995—Curt LeDuc

    1996—Steve Silverthorn

    1997—NONE SELECTED

    1998—Mike Smith

    1999—Mike Smith

    2000—Mike Smith

    2001—Mike Stapleton

    2002—Barry Beacham

    2003—Mike Smith

    2004—John Hoffman

    2005—Mark Cowan

    2006—Rick Geiser

    2007—Jim Blackmore

    2008—Andy McGaw

    2009—Mike Stapleton

    2010—Rick Geiser

    2011—Jeff Geiser

    2012—Mike Stapleton

    2013—Johnny Nelson

    2014—Steve Covey

    2015—Jeff Geiser

    2016—Jeff Geiser

    2017—Jeff Geiser

    2018—Andreas ‘Lechero’ Rodriguez

    SCORE TEAM MANAGER OF THE YEAR

    1974—Bill Mears

    1975—Jack Miller

    1976—Steve Kassanyi

    2015—Rick Geiser

    2016—Rick Geiser

    2017—Rick Geiser

    2018—Jim Blackmore

    SCORE PIT SUPPORT TEAM OF THE YEAR

    1977—Checkers

    1978—F.A.I.R.

    1979—Checkers

    1980—Budweiser

    1981—Budweiser

    1982—BFGoodrich Tires

    1983—Checkers

    1984—BFGoodrich Tires

    1985—TIE-Checkers & F.A.I.R.

    1986—Spirit Racing

    1987—BFGoodrich Tires

    1988—BFGoodrich Tires

    1989—BFGoodrich Tires

    1990—Sage Council

    1991—BFGoodrich Tires

    1992—BFGoodrich Tires

    1993—Checkers

    1994—BFGoodrich Tires

    1995—BFGoodrich Tires

    1996—BFGoodrich Tires

    1997—BFGoodrich Tires

    1998—BFGoodrich Tires

    1999—BFGoodrich Tires

    2000—BFGoodrich Tires

    2001—BFGoodrich Tires

    2002—BFGoodrich Tires

    2003—BFGoodrich Tires

    2004—BFGoodrich Tires

    2005—BFGoodrich Tires

    2006—BFGoodrich Tires

    2007—BFGoodrich Tires

    2008—BFGoodrich Tires

    2009—Baja Pits

    2010—BFGoodrich Tires

    2011—Baja Pits

    2012—BFGoodrich Tires

    2013—BFGoodrich Tires

    2014—Baja Pits

    2015—BFGoodrich Tires

    2016—BFGoodrich Tires

    2017—BFGoodrich Tires

    2018—BFGoodrich Tires

    SCORE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

    1974—Frank Vessels

    1975—Carroll Ditson

    1976—Jackie Thomison

    1977—Jerry Boone

    1978—Jim Jacobus

    1979—Dixie Hawkins

    1980—Ray Encabo

    1981—Malcolm Vinje

    1982—Roger Mortenson

    1983—Mike Falkosky

    1984—John Clark Gable

    1985—Rob Tolleson

    1986—Brian Stewart

    1987—Robby Gordon

    1988—Doug Fortin

    1989—Scott Reams

    1990—Charlie Townsley

    1991—Dan Smith

    1992—Brian Goodrich

    1993—Ricky Johnson

    1994—Tom Rusich

    1995—Jimmie Johnson

    1996—TIE-Chuck Harris

                & Tom Dittfield

    1997—John Herder

    1998—Bekki Freeman

    1999—Jared Hardin

    2000—Jeremy Spirkoff

    2001—Jason Hunter

    2002—Alan Pflueger

    2003—Brian Ickler

    2004—Andy McMillin

    2005—Caleb Gaddis

    2006—Garron Cadiente

    2007—Eric Chase

    2008—Lee Banning

    2009—Brian Wilson

    2010—Luke McMillin

    2011—Bryce Menzies

    2012—Steven Strobel

    2013—Rene Rodriguez

    2014—Tony Gera

    2015—Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez

    2016—Chad Broughton

    2017—Broc Dickerson

    2018—Liz Karcz

    SCORE PERSON OF THE YEAR

    1974—Walt Lott

    1975—Doc Sauers

    1976—Ivan Stewart

    1977—Jim McCullick

    1978—Quico Santana

    1979—Hal Harris

    1980—Malcolm Smith

    1981—Joe MacPherson

    1982—Athene Karis

    1983—Walker Evans

    1984—Ivan Stewart

    1985—Frank DeAngelo

    1986—Walker Evans

    1987—Bob Steinberger

    1988—Walt Lott (posthumously)

    1989—Evan Evans

    1990—Michael Gaughan

    1991—Peri Comb

    1992—Dan Newsome

    1993—Michael Gaughan

    1994—Jimmy Smith

    1995—Danny Hamel

    1996—Dan Newsome

    1997—Joe MacPherson

    1998—Dan Newsome

    1999—Larry Roeseler

    2000—Bob Steinberger

    2001—Debbie Dickerhoof

    2002—Jeff Quinn

    2003—TIE-Mike Julson

                & Corky McMillin

    2004—Ed Herbst

    2005—Corky McMillin (posthumously)

    2006—Cameron Steele

    2007—Cameron Steele

    2008—Rob MacCachren

    2009—Robby Gordon

    2010—Robbie Pierce

    2011—Johnny Campbell

    2012—Jeff Cummings

    2013—Kurt Caselli (posthumously)

    2014—Gus Vildosola

    2015—Oscar Ramos J. (posthumously)

    2016—Frank DeAngelo

    2017—Dana Brown

    2018—Nico Saad

    SCORE LEGACY AWARD

    2018—Jerry Herbst (posthumously)

    SCORE JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR

    1975—Jean Calvin

    1976—Sam Wilshire

    1977—Sam Wilshire

    1978—Judy Smith

    1979—Steve Kassanyi

    1980—Judy Smith

    1981—Jean Calvin

    1982—Judy Smith

    1983—Jean Calvin

    1984—Jean Calvin

    1985—Jean Calvin

    1986—Jean Calvin

    1987—Jim Short

    1988—Jean Calvin

    1989—Jean Calvin

    1990—Jean Calvin

    1991—Judy Smith

    1992—Judy Smith

    1993—Tony Tellier

    1994—Jean Calvin

    1995—NONE SELECTED

    1996—Judy Smith

    1997—Jean Calvin

    1998—Judy Smith

    1999—Judy Smith

    2000—Judy Smith

    2001—Judy Smith

    2002—Judy Smith

    2003—Judy Smith

    2004—Judy Smith

    2005—Judy Smith

    2006—Marty Fiolka

    2007—Judy Smith

    2008—John Calvin

    2009—Tim Sanchez

    2010—Tim Sanchez

    2011—Gabriel Garcia

    2012—Jim Ryan

    2013—Gabriel Garcia

    2014—Judy Smith

    2015—Matt Kartozian

    2016—Armando Castaneda

    2017—Dan Sanchez

    2018—Dan Sanchez

    SCORE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

    1975—Dave Cody

    1976—Trackside

    1977—Ariz. Comp. Photos

    1978—Trackside

    1979—Trackside

    1980—Trackside

    1981—Action Photo

    1982—Trackside

    1983—Trackside

    1984—Trackside

    1985—Trackside

    1986—Trackside

    1987—ESPN

    1988—Trackside

    1989—Trackside

    1990—Carrera

    1991—Carrera

    1992—Carrera

    1993—Carrera

    1994—Carrera

    1995—NONE SELECTED

    1996—Carrera

    1997—Carrera

    1998—Carrera

    1999—Carrera

    2000—Trackside

    2001—Carrera

    2002—Trackside

    2003—Trackside

    2004—Trackside

    2005—Trackside

    2006—HighRev Photography

    2007—Trackside Photo

    2008—Durka Durka Photo

    2009—HighRev Photography

    2010—HighRev Photography

    2011—My Baja Photo

    2012—My Baja Photo

    2013—HighRev Photography

    2014—GetSome Photo

    2015—GetSome Photo

    2016—GetSome Photo

    2017—GetSome Photo

    2018—My Baja Photo

    SCORE Videographer OF THE YEAR

    2011—Cactus Films

    2012—Cactus Films

    2013—Tempt Media

    2014—Cactus Films

    2015—Baja Films

    2016—BCII TV

    2017—BCII TV

    2018—Cactus Films

    SCORE ORIGINAL OPEN-WHEEL CHASSIS MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR

    1974—Funco

    1975—Hi-Jumper

    1976—Chenowth

    1977—Chenowth

    1978—Chenowth

    1979—Funco

    1980—Funco

    1981—Funco

    1982—Raceco

    1983—TIE-Chenowth & Raceco

    1984—Raceco

    1985—Raceco

    1986—Raceco

    1987—Raceco

    1988—Chenowth

    1989—Chenowth

    1990—Chenowth

    1991—Chenowth

    1992—Jimco

    1993—Mirage

    1994—Chenowth

    1995—Jimco

    1996—Jimco

    1997—Jimco

    1998—Jimco

    1999—Jimco

    2000—Jimco

    2001—Jimco

    2002—Jimco

    (By Points since 2003)

    2003—Jimco

    2004—Jimco

    2005—Jimco

    2006—Jimco

    2007—Jimco

    2008—Jimco

    2009—Jimco

    2010—Jimco

    2011—Jimco

    2012—Jimco

    2013—Jimco

    2014—Jimco

    2015—Jimco

    2016—Alumi Craft

    2017—Jimco

    2018—Alumi Craft

    SCORE ENGINE BUILDER OF THE YEAR

    1974—Lee Leighton

    1975—Brian Skipper

    1976—Lee Leighton

    1985—FAT Performance

    1986—Keith Black

    1987—Louis Unser

    1988—Mike Evans

    1989—Mike Evans

    1990—FAT Performance

    1991—FAT Performance

    1992—Major Performance

    1993—FAT Performance

    1994—Wik’s Racing

    1995—FAT Performance

    1996—FAT Performance

    1997—FAT Performance

    1998—Wik’s Racing

    1999—Wik’s Racing

    2000—Wik’s Racing

    2001—Wik’s Racing

    2002—Dave Bonner

    (By Points since 2003)

    2003—Major Performance

    2004—FAT Performance

    2005—FAT Performance

    2006—Major Performance

    2007—Major Performance

    2008—Major Performance

    2009—FAT Performance

    2010—Kroyer Racing Engines

    2011—Kroyer Racing Engines

    2012—Kroyer Racing Engines

    2013—Kroyer Racing Engines

    2014—Kroyer Racing Engines

    2015—Dougans Racing Engines

    2016—Dougans Racing Engines

    2017—Dougans Racing Engines

    2018—Kroyer Racing Engines

     

    SCORE ORIGINAL TRUCK CHASSIS MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR

    (By Points since 2015)

    2015—Geiser Brothers

    2016—Geiser Brothers

    2017—Geiser Brothers

    2018—Geiser Brothers

    SCORE UTV MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR

    (By Points since 2015)

    2015—Polaris

    2016—Polaris

    2017—Polaris

    2018—Polaris

    SCORE MOTORCYCLE MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR

    1974—Husqvarna

    1975—American Honda

    1976—Husqvarna

    1977—Husqvarna

    1978—Husqvarna

    1979—Husqvarna

    1980—Yamaha

    1981—American Honda

    1982—American Honda

    1983—American Honda

    1984—American Honda

    1985—American Honda

    1986—American Honda

    1987—American Honda

    1988—American Honda

    1989—Kawasaki

    1990—Kawasaki

    1991—Kawasaki

    1992—Kawasaki

    1993—Kawasaki

    1994—Kawasaki

    1995—Kawasaki

    1996—Kawasaki

    1997—American Honda

    1998—American Honda

    1999—American Honda

    2000—American Honda

    2001—American Honda

    2002—American Honda

    2003—American Honda

    2004—American Honda

    2005—American Honda

    2006—American Honda

    2007—American Honda

    2008—American Honda

    2009—American Honda

    2010—American Honda

    2011—American Honda

    2012—KTM

    2013—KTM

    (By Points since 2014)

    2014—Kawasaki

    2015—American Honda

    2016—American Honda

    2017—American Honda

    2018—KTM

    1974—Walt Lott

    1975—Doc Sauers

    1976—Ivan Stewart

    1977—Jim McCullick

    1978—Quico Santana

    1979—Hal Harris

    1980—Malcolm Smith

    1981—Joe MacPherson

    1982—Athene Karis

    1983—Walker Evans

    1984—Ivan Stewart

    1985—Frank DeAngelo

    1986—Walker Evans

    1987—Bob Steinberger

    1988—Walt Lott (posthumously)

    1989—Evan Evans

    1990—Michael Gaughan

    1991—Peri Comb

    1992—Dan Newsome

    1993—Michael Gaughan

    1994—Jimmy Smith

    1995—Danny Hamel

    1996—Dan Newsome

    1997—Joe MacPherson

    1998—Dan Newsome

    1999—Larry Roeseler

    2000—Bob Steinberger

    2001—Debbie Dickerhoof

    2002—Jeff Quinn

    2003—TIE-Mike Julson

                & Corky McMillin

    2004—Ed Herbst

    2005—Corky McMillin (posthumously)

    2006—Cameron Steele

    2007—Cameron Steele

    2008—Rob MacCachren

    2009—Robby Gordon

    2010—Robbie Pierce

    2011—Johnny Campbell

    2012—Jeff Cummings

    2013—Kurt Caselli (posthumously)

    2014—Gus Vildosola

    2015—Oscar Ramos J. (posthumously)

    2016—Frank DeAngelo

    2017—Dana Brown

    2018—Nico Saad

    SCORE LEGACY AWARD

    2018—Jerry Herbst (posthumously)

    SCORE JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR

    1975—Jean Calvin

    1976—Sam Wilshire

    1977—Sam Wilshire

    1978—Judy Smith

    1979—Steve Kassanyi

    1980—Judy Smith

    1981—Jean Calvin

    1982—Judy Smith

    1983—Jean Calvin

    1984—Jean Calvin

    1985—Jean Calvin

    1986—Jean Calvin

    1987—Jim Short

    1988—Jean Calvin

    1989—Jean Calvin

    1990—Jean Calvin

    1991—Judy Smith

    1992—Judy Smith

    1993—Tony Tellier

    1994—Jean Calvin

    1995—NONE SELECTED

    1996—Judy Smith

    1997—Jean Calvin

    1998—Judy Smith

    1999—Judy Smith

    2000—Judy Smith

    2001—Judy Smith

    2002—Judy Smith

    2003—Judy Smith

    2004—Judy Smith

    2005—Judy Smith

    2006—Marty Fiolka

    2007—Judy Smith

    2008—John Calvin

    2009—Tim Sanchez

    2010—Tim Sanchez

    2011—Gabriel Garcia

    2012—Jim Ryan

    2013—Gabriel Garcia

    2014—Judy Smith

    2015—Matt Kartozian

    2016—Armando Castaneda

    2017—Dan Sanchez

    2018—Dan Sanchez

    SCORE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

    1975—Dave Cody

    1976—Trackside

    1977—Ariz. Comp. Photos

    1978—Trackside

    1979—Trackside

    1980—Trackside

    1981—Action Photo

    1982—Trackside

    1983—Trackside

    1984—Trackside

    1985—Trackside

    1986—Trackside

    1987—ESPN

    1988—Trackside

    1989—Trackside

    1990—Carrera

    1991—Carrera

    1992—Carrera

    1993—Carrera

    1994—Carrera

    1995—NONE SELECTED

    1996—Carrera

    1997—Carrera

    1998—Carrera

    1999—Carrera

    2000—Trackside

    2001—Carrera

    2002—Trackside

    2003—Trackside

    2004—Trackside

    2005—Trackside

    2006—HighRev Photography

    2007—Trackside Photo

    2008—Durka Durka Photo

    2009—HighRev Photography

    2010—HighRev Photography

    2011—My Baja Photo

    2012—My Baja Photo

    2013—HighRev Photography

    2014—GetSome Photo

    2015—GetSome Photo

    2016—GetSome Photo

    2017—GetSome Photo

    2018—My Baja Photo

    SCORE Videographer OF THE YEAR

    2011—Cactus Films

    2012—Cactus Films

    2013—Tempt Media

    2014—Cactus Films

    2015—Baja Films

    2016—BCII TV

    2017—BCII TV

    2018—Cactus Films

    SCORE ORIGINAL OPEN-WHEEL CHASSIS MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR

    1974—Funco

    1975—Hi-Jumper

    1976—Chenowth

    1977—Chenowth

    1978—Chenowth

    1979—Funco

    1980—Funco

    1981—Funco

    1982—Raceco

    1983—TIE-Chenowth & Raceco

    1984—Raceco

    1985—Raceco

    1986—Raceco

    1987—Raceco

    1988—Chenowth

    1989—Chenowth

    1990—Chenowth

    1991—Chenowth

    1992—Jimco

    1993—Mirage

    1994—Chenowth

    1995—Jimco

    1996—Jimco

    1997—Jimco

    1998—Jimco

    1999—Jimco

    2000—Jimco

    2001—Jimco

    2002—Jimco

    (By Points since 2003)

    2003—Jimco

    2004—Jimco

    2005—Jimco

    2006—Jimco

    2007—Jimco

    2008—Jimco

    2009—Jimco

    2010—Jimco

    2011—Jimco

    2012—Jimco

    2013—Jimco

    2014—Jimco

    2015—Jimco

    2016—Alumi Craft

    2017—Jimco

    2018—Alumi Craft

    SCORE ENGINE BUILDER OF THE YEAR

    1974—Lee Leighton

    1975—Brian Skipper

    1976—Lee Leighton

    1985—FAT Performance

    1986—Keith Black

    1987—Louis Unser

    1988—Mike Evans

    1989—Mike Evans

    1990—FAT Performance

    1991—FAT Performance

    1992—Major Performance

    1993—FAT Performance

    1994—Wik’s Racing

    1995—FAT Performance

    1996—FAT Performance

    1997—FAT Performance

    1998—Wik’s Racing

    1999—Wik’s Racing

    2000—Wik’s Racing

    2001—Wik’s Racing

    2002—Dave Bonner

    (By Points since 2003)

    2003—Major Performance

    2004—FAT Performance

    2005—FAT Performance

    2006—Major Performance

    2007—Major Performance

    2008—Major Performance

    2009—FAT Performance

    2010—Kroyer Racing Engines

    2011—Kroyer Racing Engines

    2012—Kroyer Racing Engines

    2013—Kroyer Racing Engines

    2014—Kroyer Racing Engines

    2015—Dougans Racing Engines

    2016—Dougans Racing Engines

    2017—Dougans Racing Engines

    2018—Kroyer Racing Engines

     

    SCORE ORIGINAL TRUCK CHASSIS MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR

    (By Points since 2015)

    2015—Geiser Brothers

    2016—Geiser Brothers

    2017—Geiser Brothers

    2018—Geiser Brothers

    SCORE UTV MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR

    (By Points since 2015)

    2015—Polaris

    2016—Polaris

    2017—Polaris

    2018—Polaris

    SCORE MOTORCYCLE MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR

    1974—Husqvarna

    1975—American Honda

    1976—Husqvarna

    1977—Husqvarna

    1978—Husqvarna

    1979—Husqvarna

    1980—Yamaha

    1981—American Honda

    1982—American Honda

    1983—American Honda

    1984—American Honda

    1985—American Honda

    1986—American Honda

    1987—American Honda

    1988—American Honda

    1989—Kawasaki

    1990—Kawasaki

    1991—Kawasaki

    1992—Kawasaki

    1993—Kawasaki

    1994—Kawasaki

    1995—Kawasaki

    1996—Kawasaki

    1997—American Honda

    1998—American Honda

    1999—American Honda

    2000—American Honda

    2001—American Honda

    2002—American Honda

    2003—American Honda

    2004—American Honda

    2005—American Honda

    2006—American Honda

    2007—American Honda

    2008—American Honda

    2009—American Honda

    2010—American Honda

    2011—American Honda

    2012—KTM

    2013—KTM

    (By Points since 2014)

    2014—Kawasaki

    2015—American Honda

    2016—American Honda

    2017—American Honda

    2018—KTM