G.O.A.T. MacCachren masters SCORE Baja 500 Again! – SCORE-International.com

G.O.A.T. MacCachren masters SCORE Baja 500 Again!

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

June 5, 2022

To air on ESPN2

BFGoodrich Tires 54th SCORE Baja 500,
 Presented by 4 Wheel Parts
MacCachren masters Overall & SCORE Trophy Truck,
Bolivia’s Salvatierra captures Overall motorcycle win

Round 2 of four-race 2022 SCORE World Desert Championship in Baja California
Vildosola Sr/Ricky Johnson win SCORE TT Legend, Weiland claims Overall UTV,
Sampietro wins TT Spec; Among class winners Reid, Potter, Chamlee, Sizelove,
Pratt, Yee, Lopez, Gonzalez, Richardson, Beltran, Montoya, Liebelt, Spinali;259 total starters, 174 finishers-30 States, 14 countries on 463.12-mile courseNOTE: Official complete results available at www.score-international.com

ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico –Las Vegas’ Rob MacCachren, the veritable G.O.A.T. of off-road racing, added another amazing accomplishment to his Hall of Fame record Saturday, overcoming a field of 259 starters and a ridiculously-rugged race course to capture the Overall and SCORE Trophy Truck victory in the internationally-televised BFGoodrich Tires 54th SCORE Baja 500, presented by 4 Wheel Parts.
MacCachren worked his way to the front of the field in his sturdy and dependable No. 1 Ford F-150 to an admirable error-free, penalty free winning time of nine hours, 22 minutes and 47 seconds with an average speed of 49.37 miles per hour over the gut-wrenching 463.12-mile course.
Under superbly sunny skies, light winds with mild temperatures in the mid-70s Farenheit on the Western side of the course and upwards of 100 on the Eastern side. Finishers called it “the most beautifully brutal course ever” in the history of this legendary desert race.
Round 2 of the four-race 2022 SCORE World Desert Championship was held this week in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. the race started, finished and colorful pre-race activities returned for the first time in four years to the heart of Ensenada at the iconic Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center and the adjacent fantastically fan-friendly Boulevard Costero. Tourism officials estimated over 200,000 fans for the event which included tech and contingency on Friday and the race itself on Saturday and Sunday.  Ensenada, ‘The Off-Road Capital of the World’, is located 80 miles South of the U.S. Border near San Diego.
Following the ‘Mac Attack’ closely to the finish line for one of the closest podium finishes in race history was SoCal’s young gun Broc Dickerson.
Dickerson, 21, who has significant short-course and desert racing experience despite his young age, just not in SCORE Trophy Truck, started 20th physically and finished the course just one minute, 24 seconds behind MacCachren on corrected time in 9:24:11 in the No. 34 TSCO-built Ford Raptor with an average speed of 49.25 mph.
Completing the podium in third place was last year’s race winner, ageless Hall of Famer Larry ‘Mr. Baja’ Roeseler, 65, Imperial, Calif. with a time of 9:35:43 in the No. 43 Baja Jerky Cantina Racing Toyota Tundra with an average speed of 48.27 mph.
Starting fourth in the elapsed-time race out of 31 starters in his class, MacCachren, in his dependable two-wheel drive Geiser-built truck, was positioned behind San Diego’s Luke McMillin, Las Vegas’ Bryce Menzies and Texas’ Mike Walser.
The G.O.A.T. of off-road racing with nearly 300 career race wins in the desert, short-course and stadium, MacCachren, 57, is the reigning SCORE Trophy Truck point champion, the marquee racing division created by SCORE in 1994 for high-tech, 1000 horsepower, unlimited custom trucks.
Content to maintain his position to see how the race unfolded, McMillin built a lead of nearly 10 minutes on the field nearly more than half-way through the race before his steering box went out which cost him valuable time. The motor in Menzies truck blew early in the race and MacCachren got around Walser when his truck had a flat tire.
After getting past McMillin, MacCachren just weaved his way through slower traffic of motorcycles and quads to hold onto the victory by holding off Dickerson and Roeseler.
With his victory, MacCachren also picked up a US$20,000 contingency bonus from BFGoodrich Tires, his tire manufacturer and SCORE Baja 500 title sponsor and SCORE Official Tire.
The victory was MacCachren’s SCORE-record 19th career SCORE Trophy Truck race win. It was also his seventh class win in this race including three overall triumphs.
Racing in Pro and Sportsman cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles and quads there were racers from 30 U.S. States, U.S. Territory of Puerto Rico and 14 countries. Joining the USA in the field were racers from host country Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, England, Finland, France, New Zealand and Peru.
The race will be televised on a delayed basis as a one-hour special on the ESPN2 World of X Games programming as well as being syndicated internationally. It is scheduled to first air at 9 p.m. PT on Sunday, Aug. 7.
The race show on ESPN2 is co-produced by SCORE International and the award-winning BCII TV of Los Angeles. Bud Brutsman is the Executive Producer.
The rugged course closed in the elapsed-time race early Sunday morning. Following complete data tracking review, later Sunday morning the results were made official by SCORE President/Race Director Jose A. Grijalva.
Besides the 259 starters, there were 174 official finishers for a finishing rate on the technically challenging course of a surprising 67.2 percent. The finishing total of 174. The total of 174 is the 11th-most finishers in the 54-year history of the race.
All four 2022 SCORE races are being held on Mexico’s magnificent Baja California peninsula for the seventh consecutive year.
SCORE, the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Organization, is celebrating its 49th season in 2022.
“It was a very good day,” the always humble MacCachren said at the finish line. “We started out to race on our pace. The three all-wheel-drive trucks in front of us were pulling away a little bit at a time.”
“When Bryce (Menzies) lost a motor that put us third on the road to the bottom of the Summit. It is an unbelievable mountain pass; it takes probably 20 minutes to get down it. It is awesome. Half way down we caught up to (Mike) Walser but then he took off again; but then he got a flat and we got by him for good.”
“Then we started hauling ass knowing Luke (McMillin) was 10 minutes ahead of us. I couldn’t see his tracks anymore after a while. So that meant we were first on the road. I just had to maintain the gaps back to (Broc) Dickerson and (Alan) Ampudia. We started taking it easy and being cautious and careful about everything and it went well. SCORE outdid themselves again designing a tough, challenging course. Hat’s off to my crew as well. And no flats on my BFGoodrich Tires. They’re absolutely the best!”
Switching from the unique Pro Moto Ironman class for solo riders after winning two straight season class point championships, Bolivia’s legendary athlete and Dakar Rally veteran Juan Carlos Salvatierra won the Overall Motorcycle and Pro Moto Unlimited Class for the second straight 2022 race. Uniquely, Salvatierra won this year’s SCORE Baja 500 with a four-rider team from four countries-USA, Argentina, Boliva and Mexico.
Salvatierra’s team from San Felipe and the SCORE Baja 500 was Mexico’s Arturo Salas and USA’s Shane Logan. Joining them for the SCORE Baja 500 has an additional rider on the four-nation team was Argentina’s Diego Llanos.
Together the Salvatierra team completed the race course on their No. 10x KTM 450SX-F in a time of 10:32:33 with an average speed of 43.99mph.
Salvatierra, 40, started the race and rode just one mile before handing it off to Salas Jr, 19, of Tecate, Mexico, who rode to race mile 70. Logan, 20, Lake Havasu City, Ariz., rode from race mile 70 to mile 160. Llanos rode from race mile 160 to race mile 250, Salvatierra rode from race mile 260 to race mile 315. Logan rode from race mile 315 to race mile 360 and Salas rode from race mile 360 to the finish line.
Salvatierra commented afterwards, “Thank God each of us on our team had a good race. No crashes, no problems, no issues and I was super stoked to be able to ride the bike with a seat this time (he had to ride his final section in San Felipe without a seat). We are so happy. Two years ago it was a dream to just participate in the SCORE Baja 500 and I won the Pro Ironman class.”
“I couldn’t have dreamed that I would win the Pro Moto Unlimited class. It is a dream come true. This race was very technical and rough. It was very physical and demanding on the body. I haven’t had blisters on my hand in a long time, not even in the SCORE Baja 1000 or when I did the Ironman, but I got blisters here. I had no issues with my tires. I want to thank SCORE International and all the Mexican fans that show up to greet all the riders. It is great out on the course. This result wouldn’t be possible with all our team members and my mechanic from Bolivia and Arturo Salas’ family. We made a strong and powerful team.”
SCORE Trophy Trucks have now won 25 overalls in the SCORE Baja 500 in the 29 years that the premier racing class has been part of this race. In this year’s race, SCORE Trophy Trucks captured the top 11 overall finishing positions.
KTM earned its first overall motorcycle win in this race.
Among the tire manufacturers, BFGoodrich Tires has now won the overall victory for the 35th time in 54 years.
In the overall pro 4wheel vehicles, Ford has now earned 14 Overall wins and in overall engine wins, Ford now has 16 wins.
Defeating 50 UTVs in five different classes and 24 in his own class alone, Austin Weiland, 29, El Cajon, Calif., was the Overall UTV and Pro UTV FI (Forced Induction) winner with a penalty-free time of 11:51:00 in his No. 2954 Can-Am X-3. He averaged 39.08 mph and won the UTV Overall by nearly 15 minutes.
Winning the other Pro UTV classes were Mike Pratt, 54, Draper, Utah (Pro UTV Open, No. 1867 Polaris RZR Turbo S), Zach Sizelove, 28, Hesperia, Calif. (Pro UTV NA-Naturally Aspirated, No. 1925 Honda Talon 1000R) and Anibal Lopez, 39, Mexicali, Mexico (Pro UTV Stock, No. 3919 Polaris Turbo S.
Besides MacCachren, Dickerson and Roeseler, the top 11 overall finishers in the race were from SCORE Trophy Truck.
Fourth overall was Mikey Lawrence, 34, Banning, Calif. with a time of 9:43:35 in his No. 85 Ford Raptor while fifth was Mexico’s hometown favorite Alan Ampudia, 31 of Ensenada, in his No. 10 Ford Raptor in 9:45:09. Ampudia had originally finished third unofficially, but penalties pushed him back to fifth place.
San Diego’s Luke McMillin, 29, who lead physically much of the race after starting first, finished sixth in 9:46:00 in his McMillin Racing No. 83 Chevy 1500 while seventh in 9:48:13 was Canada’s Tracy Graf in his Chevy Silverado.
Finishing eighth overall in his Chevy Silverado in 9:50:23 was Sam Baldi, 57, Beaumont, Calif. while ninth was Justin Lofton, 36, Brawley, Calif. in 9:55:05 in his Chevy Silverado and 10th Overall and in SCORE Trophy Tr
uck was San Diego’s Dan McMillin, 23, (Luke’s older brother) with a time of 10:07:46.  Raul Gomez, 42, Placerville, Calif., was 11th in his No. 90 Ford Raptor in 10:15:37.
Gustavo Vildosola Sr, 68, Mexicali, Mexico, was 12th overall and won his SCORE TT Legend class for SCORE Trophy Truck drivers over 50 years old in his No. 21L Vildosola Racing For Raptor. His second driver was AMA Hall of Famer Ricky Johnson, 57, Trabuco Canyon, Calif.
SCORE veteran racer Cody Reid, 29, Apple Valley, Calif., who normally this season is second driver for his  champion mother/racer Shelby Reid, but this year he drove solo to victory in the unlimited Class 1 in an Alumi Craft-Chevy. Both former SCORE season class point champions, Shelby Reid had to return home because of a family emergency. Cody picked up his second SCORE Baja 500 class win. His first was in 2019 as a solo driver in Class 10. Reid finished 14th Overall in this year’s SCORE Baja 500 besides winning Class 1.
In the field were 86 racers who had 297 combined class wins entering this year’s race.
Leading this prestigious group of returning multiple class winners is Jim O’Neal. Racing this year as a co-rider with Giovanni Spinali, the Spinali team won Pro Moto 50 to give O’Neal his race-record 24th class win in the SCORE Baja 500. It was also Spinali’s sixth career class victory in this race.
The other racers with the most multiple class wins in this year’s race who added to their winning totals were: overall race winner MacCachren who now has seven class wins, Ramon Fernandez who won Class 5 to give him seven wins, Daniel Chamlee in Class 7 earned his sixth class win and first since 2010.
Peru’s Jano Montoya won Pro Moto 30 for his fifth SCORE Baja 500 class win as did Mexico’s Said Sanchez who also earned his fifth in the Pro Quad Class.
Doug Smith, Upland, Calif., earned his fifth class win, this time as a co-rider for Canada’s Guy Laycraft in Pro Moto 60 and Jason Trubey also got his fifth class win as a co-rider for Ryan Liebelt, Reedley, Calif., in Pro Moto 40.
In Class 10, Dan Worley, Encinitas, Calif, picked up his fourth class win as one of three drivers with Driver of Record Stan Potter, San Marcos, Calif. and the third amigo Freddie Willert of El Cajon, Calif. The trio also won in Class 10 in last year’s SCORE Baja 500 in their Alumi Craft-Chevy.
While a total of 19 class winners from the 2021 BFGoodrich Tires 53rd SCORE Baja 500, presented by 4 Wheel Parts entered this year, six of them won for a second straight year.  In addition to Potter and his team, Liebelt, Salvatierra and Spinali and their teams, also repeating their victories from last year were Armando Duron, Mexicali, Mexico in Class 7SX, Alex Gonzales, Palm Desert, Calif. in Class 11.
SCORE President/Race Director Jose A. Grijalva put together another memorable race course to challenge the world’s best desert racers. The final distance was 463.12 miles.
It started and finished for the first time in four years (since 2018) on fan-friendly Blvd. Costero adjacent to the Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center in the heart of Ensenada.
The course ran in a clockwise direction out of and back to the start/finish in Ensenada, traveling through such noted areas as Cordillera de Molina, Coabuso, La Ventana, El Chinero, Mikes Sky Ranch, Santa Catarina, Goat Trail, El Alamo, La Lagrima and Ojos Negros.
Checkpoint 1 was be located at race mile 240.07 (San Matias Pass) and Checkpoint 2 was at rm360.64 (El Alamo access road).
All Sportsman classes, Class 11 and Class 7SX ran a reduced course of a total of 452.32 miles.
When it comes to desert racing there is only one ‘Ironman’ standing at the top of the list of solo drivers/riders. San Diego’s iconic Ivan ‘Ironman’ Stewart was graciously the Grand Marshal for this race.
The legendary ‘Ironman’ celebrated his 77th birthday on Saturday during the race. Being the Grand Marshal is just some more icing on his championship cake.
In the SCORE Baja 500, Stewart had 17 career class wins in his illustrious career, including a race-record 10 career 4-Wheel overall victories.
This year’s SCORE World Desert Championship includes another special tribute to the iconic SCORE Baja 500.
The SCORE Baja 500 is one of the top motorsports events in the world. It was started originally in 1969 by the NORRA organization. After NORRA was removed from Baja after the 1972 race, the local Baja Sports Committee produced the 1973 event. 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 in Ensenada as the first of nearly 160 SCORE Baja races.
This year’s SCORE Baja 500 will start for the 48th time in Ensenada and finish for the 44th time in Ensenada.
BFGoodrich Tires, the official tire of SCORE for 46 years, received two awards for the 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship. BFGoodrich Tires was honored after the 2021 season as the SCORE Contingency Company of the year for the 31st time as well as being voted the SCORE Pit Support Team of the Year for the 33rd time.
BFGoodrich Tires has been the choice of 34 of the 53 overall winners of the popular SCORE Baja 500 and 32 of the 54 overall winners of the legendary SCORE Baja 1000. BFGoodrich Tires is also the title sponsor of both of the iconic races again in 2022.
BFGoodrich Tires also has been the choice of 29 of the 35 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 one of the two overall winners in the SCORE Baja 400.
This year’s SCORE San Felipe 250 overall victory by San Diego’s Luke McMillin marked the 100th BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja overall race win.
BFGoodrich Tires also posted a contingency bonus for the overall winner of this race of US$20,000 that went to Rob MacCachren.
Presenting sponsor for this year’s BFGoodrich Tires 54th SCORE Baja 500 was 4 Wheel Parts, the Official Off-Road Retailer and Race Presenting Partner of SCORE and the SCORE World Desert Championship.

Here are the remaining two dates in the four-race 2022 SCORE World Desert Championship which is being held exclusively in Baja California, Mexico for the seventh consecutive year:

  • 3rd SCORE Baja 400, presented by VP Racing Fuels—

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
For the fourth straight year, the 2022 SCORE World Desert Championship races will air on the ESPN family of networks. The four-races will air 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.
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 and Race Title Sponsor, Polaris RZR-Official UTV, RACELINE Wheels-Official Wheel, VP Racing Fuels-Official Fuel and race presenting sponsor, Optima Batteries-Official Batteries, 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 Tourism, MEXICO Secretary of Tourism, San Felipe Foundational Municipal Council, Ensenada Municipal Government, San Felipe Marketing Tourism Committee, Ensenada Marketing Tourism Committee, Ensenada Hotel and Motel Association, Proturismo Ensenada and Cruz Roja Mexicana.
For more information regarding SCORE, visit the official website of the SCORE World Desert Championship at www.SCORE-International.com.

SCORE Baja 500—Ensenada, Baja California Mexico
All-Time Overall champions (1969 thru 2022)


1969—Bud Ekins/Guy Jones, Baja Boot-Olds
Doug Douglas/Jim McClurg, Ducati
1970—Parnelli Jones, Ford
Bill Silverthorn/Gene Fetty, Husqvarna
1971—Bobby Ferro, Funco-VW
Malcolm Smith/J.N. Roberts, Husqvarna
1972—Bobby Ferro, Sandmaster-VW
Gene Fetty/Bill Silverthorn, Honda
1973—Parnelli Jones, Ford
Howard Utsey/Mickey Quade, Husqvarna
1974—Bobby Ferro, Sandmaster-VW
Mitch Mayes/A.C. Bakken, Husqvarna
1975—Ivan Stewart, Funco-VW
Larry Roeseler/Bruce Ogilvie, Harley-Davidson
1976—Bobby Ferro/Ivan Stewart, Funco-VW
Larry Roeseler/A.C. Bakken, Husqvarna
1977—Ivan Stewart, Chenowth-VW
Larry Roeseler/Jack Johnson, Husqvarna
1978—Bud Feldkamp/Malcolm Smith, Funco-VW
Brent Wallingsford/Scot Harden, Husqvarna
1979—Malcolm Smith/Bud Feldkamp, Funco-VW
Jack Johnson, Husqvarna
1980—Bob Gordon, Chenowth-Chevy
Bruce Ogilvie/Chuck Miller, Yamaha
1981—Malcolm Smith/Bill Newbury, Chenowth-Chevy
Larry Roeseler/Bruce Ogilvie, Yamaha
1982—Larry Ragland, Funco-VW
Larry Roeseler/Chuck Miller, Yamaha
1983—Corky & Scott McMillin, Chenowth-VW
Dan Ashcraft, Husqvarna
1984—Larry Ragland, Chaparral-VW
Dan Smith/Dan Ashcraft, Husqvarna
1985—Ron Gardner/Bud Feldkamp, Funco-VW
Kurt Pfeiffer/Scot Harden, Husqvarna
1986—Corky & Scott McMillin, Chenowth-Porsche
Garth Sweetland/Scot Harden, Husqvarna
1987—Bob Gordon/Tim Crabtree, Chenowth-Porsche
Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicutt Jr, Kawasaki
1988—Mark McMillin, Chenowth-Porsche
Dan Ashcraft/Kurt Pfeiffer, Yamaha
1989—Robby Gordon, Ford
(no motorcycles)
1990—Robby Gordon, Ford
Larry Roeseler/Danny LaPorte, Kawasaki
1991—Ivan Stewart, Toyota
Garth Sweetland/Paul Krause, Kawasaki
1992—Ivan Stewart, Toyota
Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicutt Jr/Paul Krause, Kawasaki
1993—Ivan Stewart, Toyota
Danny Hamel/Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicutt Jr, Kawasaki
1994—Ivan Stewart, Toyota (SCORE Trophy Truck)
Dave Ashley/Dan Smith, Ford
Paul Krause/Ted Hunnicutt Jr, Kawasaki
1995—Curt LeDuc, Jeep (SCORE Trophy Truck)
Mike Julson/Bob Lofton, Jimco-VW
Paul Krause/Craig Smith, Kawasaki
1996—Rob MacCachren, Ford (SCORE Trophy Truck)
Troy Herbst, Smithbuilt, Smithbuilt-Porsche
Paul Krause/Ty Davis, Kawasaki
1997—Ivan Stewart, Toyota (SCORE Trophy Truck)
Mark McMillin, Jimco-Porsche
Johnny Campbell/Bruce Ogilvie, Honda
1998—Ivan Stewart, Toyota
Johnny Campbell/Bruce Ogilvie, Honda
1999—Ivan Stewart, Toyota
Jonah Street/Torsten Borstrom, Honda
2000—Larry Ragland, Chevy
Jonah Street/Steve Hengeveld, Honda
2001—Mark McMillin, Jimco-Chevy
Steve Hengeveld/Jonah Street, Honda
2002—Troy Herbst/Larry Roeseler, Smithbuilt-Ford
Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda
2003—Troy Herbst/Larry Roeseler, Smithbuilt-Ford
Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda
2004—Alan Pflueger, Chevy
Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda
2005—Robby Gordon, Chevy
Mike Childress/Mouse McCoy, Honda
2006—Brian Collins/Larry Ragland, Chevy
Robby Bell/Kendall Norman, Honda
2007—Larry Ragland/Brian Collins, Chevy
Robby Bell/Kendall Norman/Steve Hengeveld, Honda
2008—B.J. Baldwin, Chevy
Robby Bell/Kendall Norman, Honda
2009—Harley Letner/Kory Halopoff, Tatum-Chevy
Bill Boyer/Donnie De Arman/Nicholas Blais/Rudy Iribe, Honda
2010—Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin, Ford
Kendall Norman/Quinn Cody, Honda
2011—Bryce Menzies, Ford
Kendall Norman/Quinn Cody, Honda
2012—Bryce Menzies, Ford
Robby Bell/David Pearson/Steve Hengeveld, Kawasaki
2013—Robby Gordon, Chevy
Timmy Weigand/Colton Udall/David Kamo, Honda
2014—Bryce Menzies, Ford
Ricky Brabec/David Pearson/Max Eddy Jr, Kawasaki
2015—Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, Chevy
Ricky Brabec/Max Eddy Jr/Justin Morgan/Ian Young, Kawasaki
2016—Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr, Ford
Colton Udall, Mark Samuels, Honda
2017—Andy McMillin, Ford
Francisco Arredondo/Shane Esposito/Justin Morgan/Roberto Villalobos, Honda
2018—Rob MacCachren, Ford
Justin Morgan/Mark Samuels/Justin Jones, Honda
2019—Andy McMillinChevy
Justin Morgan/Mark Samuels/Max Eddy Jr, Honda
2020—Daniel McMillin/Justin B. SmithChevy
Justin Morgan/Mark Samuels/Justin Jones, Honda
2021—Larry RoeselerToyota
Jason Alosi/Wyatt Brittner/Ross Neely, Husqvarna
2022—Rob MacCachren, Ford
Juan Carlos Salvatierra/Arturo Salas/Shane Logan/Diego LlanoNOTE: From 1994 through 1997 SCORE Trophy Truck ran as its own series