Brian Parkhouse - Class 1

Brian Parkhouse

Long Beach, CA - #100

Vehicle Specifications:

Make: Jimco  Model: Hammerhead  Engine:   Engine Builder: Kroyer Chassis: Jimco  Transmission: Weddle

In SCORE Journal


Some of the toughest and most competitive races during the 55th BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 1000 were in the buggy classes. In Class 1 seven competitors who are equally matched not only had to out-race each other, but also had to contend with a brutal course that took out nearly half of the competitors. In Class 10, however, the competition was so tough, the race leaders changed hands more often than in any other class, and ultimately came down to the wire as to who would cross the finish line first. Read More

Buggies in the Blood | August 2022 Issue

Four-time Class 1 champion Cody Parkhouse followed in his dad Brian’s footsteps by working his way up through the buggy classes and into Class 1. When Brian started, the affordable buggy classes Read More


It was obvious that during the 34th BFGoodrich Tires SCORE San Felipe 250 Presented by Ford, the next evolution of the Class 1 buggy had now come of age. With these vehicles now utilizing larger 40-inch BFGoodrich tires, more powerful engines, and new drivetrains made to handle the power, vehicles like Reid Racing’s new Aluma Craft left the other 2WD competitors feeling a bit obsolete. Read More

Set-Up for a Win | October 2020 Issue

Experienced racers know that when their vehicle feels right on the racecourse, their confidence builds and it’s a recipe for a winning day. For Cody Parkhouse and his dad Brian, their three-year-old Jimco Hammerhead was still in good shape, but after finding the right suspension set-up, they were able to push their vehicle to the edge and finish fifth overall and first in class, at the 52nd BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 500. "Over the last few years, we've been massaging the suspension four different times and in doing so, we were slowly able to pick up our pace," said Cody Parkhouse. "This last tune for the SCORE Baja 500 was slight, but it made a big impact on the car. We were able to push it harder and feel more comfortable doing it, making it easier to go at max speed and feeling good about it. For my dad, he felt it was easier to drive and more compliant." Read More

Buggy Classes Fly Across the Course | October 2020 Issue

After qualifying took place for Class 1 racers, it was evident that some of this division's top racers would do well on the 493-mile course. After taking the first starting position, Broc Dickerson got past the first turn, and once he got off the highway, pulled over with some kind of issue. By the time Cody Parkhouse in the number 127 car caught up to Dickerson, he took over the lead and kept it the rest of the race to win the class. "We were able to not have to push quite as hard, and we maintained our space," said Parkhouse. Read More

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SCORE Race Results | 2017-Present

2022 BFGoodrich SCORE Baja 400 Presented by VP Racing Fuels

#35 Overall and #1 in Class 1

2018 BFGoodrich Tires SCORE 50th Baja 500

DNF in Class 1