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The grueling race covered 1310.94 race miles as the season-finale of the four-race SCORE World Desert Championship and Menzies and his talented team finished the iconic race with a two-minute, three-second margin.

Menzies,Tavo & Andy McMillin soar to Overall

335 official starters in finale of four-race 2023 SCORE World Desert Championship


ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico—Culminating 50 Years of SCORE Desert Racing Excellence, the desert racing ‘Super Team’ of Las Vegas’ Bryce Menzies, Mexico’s Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildsola Jr, and San Diego’s A. McMillin, split the driving Thursday and Friday, to capture the BFGoodrich Tires 56th SCORE Baja 1000, presented by K&N, Friday. The race, the culmination of the 50th anniversary of pioneer desert-racing organization SCORE International, started Thursday in La Paz, Baja California Sur for the first time and finished for the 29th time in Ensenada, Baja California.
     The grueling race covered 1310.94 race miles as the season-finale of the four-race SCORE World Desert Championship and Menzies and his talented team finished the iconic race with a two-minute, three-second margin over another Dream Team of San Diego’s Luke McMillin (Andy’s younger cousin) and Las Vegas’ Rob MacCachren.
     Driving their amazing AWD No. 7 Red Bull Ford Raptor SCORE Trophy Truck built by Mason Motorsports, Menzies won for the third consecutive race in 2023 to also earn the SCORE Trophy Truck season point championship. Together, this talented trio covered the unforgiving course in a total time of 22 hours, 35 minutes, 33 seconds with an impressive average speed of 58.03 miles pour hour in this race.
     Menzies also became just the 10th SCORE racer to have earned the prestigious SCORE Baja Triple Crown award for winning the overall in all the historic SCORE Baja races—SCORE San Felipe 250, SCORE Baja 500, and SCORE Baja 1000.
     To all, this magnificent, magical, one and only motorsports extravaganza is known as the ‘Granddaddy of All Desert Races.’
     The SCORE Baja 1000 is at the pinnacle of motorsports as the oldest, most iconic, most prestigious, toughest and longest continuously held desert race in the world.
     SCORE International is well known around the globe as the ‘World’s Foremost Desert Racing Organization.’ Celebrating its 50th season in 2023, this race is the flagship event of the SCORE World Desert Championship.
     This year’s epic Granddaddy of All Desert Races was a radically rugged run of 1310.94 masterful miles UP Mexico’s majestic Baja California peninsula, starting for the first time in La Paz, Baja California Sur, and finishing for the 29th time in Ensenada, Baja California. Overall, this legendary event ran the length of the poetic peninsula for the 25th time in its 56-year history.
     This triple pairing started the race from the first spot as Menzies won the SCORE Baja 400 in September which determined the starting positions for this race. Except for a couple of lead changes early in the race, Menzies and his team keep a nearly 15-minute margin most of the race.
     At the finish, runner-up Luke McMillin and his driving mate Rob MacCachren closed to just one minute, 18 seconds as McMillin was trying to become the first racer to win four consecutive overall victories in this race.
     Menzies started and drove to race mile 525. A. McMillin drove from race mile 525 to race mile 925, and Vildosola Jr drove from race mile 925 to the finish.
     This trio now has a combined 30 career SCORE Trophy Truck race wins (McMillin-12, Menzies-11, and Vildosola Jr-7).
     When the final checkered flag fell, a total of 335 vehicles left the starting line early Thursday in La Paz, Baja California Sur, in the elapsed time race. When the course officially closed at 12:17:03 p.m. PT on Saturday afternoon, there were 178 official finishers for a solid 53.13 percent finishing rate on the long, extremely challenging race course.
     The legend grows. Overall, the 335 starters are the seventh-most in the 56-year race history and the 178 finishers are the 12th-most finishers out of five-plus decades of the monstrous event.
     The results were made official following complete data tracking review of the devices on each vehicle in the event early on Saturday evening.
     The total starters were the seventh-most in the 56-year history of this race and the third-most when the race went the length of the peninsula.
     Mason Motorsports of Lake Elsinore, Calif. swept the podium at this year’s SCORE Baja 1000.
     Joining Menzies/A. McMillin/Vildosola Jr on the podium, finishing a very close second with the dynamic duo of ‘The Luke’ McMillin, 30, San Diego, and Rob ‘The Goat’ MacCachren, 58, Las Vegas, who finished just one minute, 18 seconds after 1310.94 miles behind Menzies in a penalty-free time of 22:36:52 in the No. 1 McMillin Racing Chevy 1500, built by Mason Motorsports.
     Completing the podium in third place was Mike Walser, 56, Comfort, Texas, who had additional drivers Christopher Polvoorde, 23, Hemet, Calif., and Ray Griffith, 35, Downey, Calif., helping deliver the podium spot in the No. 89 Chevy Silverado built by Mason Motorsports in 23:26:07.
     Bolivian superstar Juan Carlos Salvatierra and his five-rider team overcame a pair of pre-running enjoys to earn Salvatierra’s first SCORE overall motorcycle race victory on his team’s No. 1x KTM 450SX-F in a winning time of 26:37:17.
     Salvatierra was one of the injured riders but he mustered enough to start the race in La Paz and ride a short distance before handing off the bike.
     Salvatiera, 42, had a team of four riders doing the bulk of the work in Shane Logan, 21, Lake Havasu City, Ariz., Argentina’s international rally racer Diego Llanos, 30, Carter Klein, Agua Dulce, Calif., and Corbin McPherson, 22, Hurricane, Utah.
     Starting first and leading the entire race, Salvatierra and his talented team finished in a time of 26:33:41, just over 13 minutes ahead of the 3x Husqvarna FE450 team led by Ciaran Naran, 23, Huntington Beach, Calif., in a time of 26:52:37.
     In earning their first SCORE overall motorcycle race victory, Salvatierra started the race and quickly turned the motorcycle over to Shane Logan who rode to race mile 175, McPherson rode from race mile 175 to race mile 350, Llanos rode from race mile 350 to race mile 767, Logan rode from race mile 767 to race mile 960, Klein rode from race mile 960 to race mile 1243 and Logan rode from race mile 1243 to the finish line.
     Mexico’s veteran SCORE champion Gustavo Vildosola Sr, 70, Mexicali, Mexico, finished a second-straight undefeated season in SCORE TT Legend (drivers over 50 years old) and win another season class point championship. Vildosola Sr also won the SCORE TT Legend season point championship in 2018 with Scott Bailey as a second driver.
     He won all four races for the second year with help from legendary Hall of Fame racer Ricky Johnson, 59, El Cajon, Calif. who drove the first half of each race in the Vildosola Racing No. 21L AWD Ford Raptor built by Mason Motorsports. The third driver for this year’s SCORE Baja 1000 was Mike Coleman of San Diego.
     The Vildosola Racing team completed the SCORE Baja 1000 course in a penalty-free time of 25:29:27 in the Mexicana Logistics No. 1L AWD Ford Raptor, built by Mason Motorsports. Vildosola finished seventh overall for the second consecutive year in additional to winning his class, tying the highest overall placement for his class since that he set last year. The class was introduced in 2017.
     Vildosola Sr also has three career SCORE Trophy Truck race wins in his illustrious career in SCORE desert racing.
     Besides podium finishers Menzies/A. McMillin/Vildosola Jr, L. McMillin/MacCachren, and Walser/Polvoorde/Griffith, the top seven overall four-wheel vehicle finishers were all SCORE Trophy Trucks.
    In fourth place was Andrew Myers, 43, San Marcos, Calif, in the No. 69 Toyota Tundra (Herbst/Smith) with a time of 24:23:28, fifth was Sam Baldi, 58, Beaumont, Calif, in the No. 82 Chevy Silverado (Baldi) in 24:27:14, sixth was Roberto Romo Jr, 18, Mexicali, Mexico, in the No. 33 Ford Raptor (Racer) in 24:46:16, and seventh was SCORE TT Legend driver Gustavo Vildosola Sr, 70, Mexicali, Mexico, the No. 1L Ford Raptor (Mason) in a time of 25:29:27.
(NOTE: The Trophy Truck Spec results are under Technical Review for Post-Race Engine Inspection).
     Fresh from winning his first NASCAR Infinity race in October on his hometown track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Terrible Herbst Motorsports’ young gun Riley Herbst, 24, unofficially blasted his way to victory over a race-high 36 starters in the Trophy Truck Spec class while also finishing eighth overall.
     Herbst drove the middle section while his champion father Troy Herbst, 59, returned to race for the first time in six years while devoting his time to his son’s NASCAR career, started the race and drove the first section while another third-generation Las Vegas desert racer Jordan Dean, 25, finished the race.
     Their finishing time was 25:33:14 over the exceedingly rough race course.
     In his second season as the driver of record after over a decade as the team’s second driver, Kyle Quinn, 36, Lakewood, Calif., led a Wilson Motorsports team to victory in the unlimited Class 1. Quinn was the primary driver for the No. 100 Wilson Motorsports Chevy-powered Jimco open-wheel desert race car.
     Defeating a field of 11 starters in Class 1, splitting the driving with Quinn were John Herder, 54, Tucson, Ariz., and Greg Distefano, 53, San Diego. Quinn repeated his class win from last year’s SCORE Baja 1000 and the team overcame its 2023 struggles to earn its first finish and first win of the season.
     In this year’s SCORE Baja 1000, trio drove to a winning time on the Baja California peninsula of 26:14:51, over the extremely demanding race course.
     Being son of the G.O.A.T. of off-road racing (Rob MacCachren), Las Vegas’ third-generation desert racer Cayden MacCachren, 21, has clearly stepped away from his famous father’s tracks and is forming his own trail in desert racing. He capped his first season with the new four-vehicle Polaris Factory team by winning his Pro UTV Open class as well as being the fastest of 54 UTVs in four different classes in this year’s SCORE Baja 1000.
     In just a few short seasons, Cayden MacCachren has raced in multiple SCORE classes
     Cayden MacCachren finished his ‘rookie’ season by finishing third in the 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship point standings in the Pro UTV FI class as the second driver for Brandon Schueler. Cayden MacCachren was voted as the 2021 SCORE Rookie of the Year for his exemplary efforts. Last season he raced part of the season in Pro UTV FI and part in the Trophy Truck Spec class.
     Cayden MacCachren has spent several years in Baja prior to the last two-plus seasons. Mini-Mac has driven for pre-running with his famous father while dad Rob records all the course notes for both of them.
     He opened the 2023 season with a fourth-place finish in Pro UTV Open in the SCORE San Felipe San Felipe 250, 14th in the SCORE Baja 500, and fourth in the SCORE Baja 400 before defeating a field of 15 starters in his class with a victory margin of over 14 minutes. He clearly had help from his friends as also driving part of the race this year were former motorcycle champion Justin Morgan, 33, El Cajon, Calif., and New Zealand’s international drifting champion Rhys Millen, 51, who lives in Huntington Beach, Calif.
     With his new Polaris Factory Racing team, Cayden MacCachren is the driver of the No. 1821 SCI Motorsports Polaris Pro-R. The three teammates finished this year’s SCORE Baja 1000 in a winning time of 27:25:03.
    Winning the other three UTV classes this year included Jason Murray, 40, North Tustin, Calif. (No. 2917 Can-Am X3) in Pro UTV FI, Lawrence Janesky, 59, Middlebury, Conn. (No. 1914 Honda Talon 1000R) in Pro UTV NA, and Lucy Block, 48, Park City, Utah, and her daughter Lia Block, 17, Park City, Utah (No. 3943K Can-Am Maverick R).
     While both Murray and Janesky are veteran SCORE champions, while this was the first SCORE race for Lucy and her daughter, who race in memory of Lucy’s husband and Lia’s father Ken Block who passed away this past January.
     At the finish line celebration of three times combining for the huge victory, all three drivers had plenty to say about the race and their team…
  Bryce Menzies
     Menzies said at the finish line, “This one feels really special. It’s taken me 12 years to win the SCORE Baja 1000 and to win the second-longest SCORE race in history, it feels pretty special. I had a very smooth first section, with no flats or anything, Andy had one flat in his part but did a great job too and Tavo went through San Felipe and all the bumps and the cold weather. I also wanted to thank SCORE for putting on another amazing race here in Baja.”
  Andy McMillin
     McMillin shared at the end, “Bryce got me the truck in a great spot, first on the road and on time. Unfortunately, I had a flat tire early in my section and had to change it, so some of guys behind us got closer. I really had to dig deep and continue to push forward. I knew that if we were still first at around race mile 640, in the Bay of LA, we were going to make dust in those big, fast roads and no one was going to be able to come around. We were able to make up some time there”.
     “In the Catavina Loop, we just wanted to keep the truck clean, even if we needed to go slow. This is a very grueling and demanding race on your mind, your body and your emotions and when you chase it for so long and you come up short, there’s a lot to be said about that. Bryce has been trying to win his first SCORE Baja 1000 for 13 years and he always came back and kept fighting. That says a lot about his character and the kind of person he is. I’m very thankful for them having me here racing for them ”.
  Tavo Vildosola
     Vildosola Jr commented, “Having been racing down here for the last 25 years, I was very familiar with my section. The Valle de la Trinidad section is always very difficult, but it wasn’t as bad this time. The Goat Trail was ridiculously wet and it was really hard to even see anything in there. Luke (McMillin, No 1.) was making up time on me so I just put my shield up from Ojos Negros to the finish and kept pushing. It was an interesting final 120 miles. It feels great to win the race. We knew we were a great team and a lot of people expected us to win it, but I’m glad we actually did it.”
     At the finish line, Salvatierra commented about his 1x team and their huge victory, saying “It feels really good to be at the finish, especially with this being the second-longest SCORE race ever and all that we have gone through before the green flag even dropped.. It’s great to think we made history here. We had a very eventful week with two of our riders getting injuries and another getting sick. But we have lions in our team and Shane (Logan) and Diego (Llanos) had to step up for us and take sections from other riders without pre-running them and did a wonderful job. I couldn’t do my section because I got injured on Friday. The bike was flawless during the entire race. Outside of tire changes and regular maintenance things, we didn’t have to do anything on it. I have been honored to race with SCORE these past years and this is a very big accomplishment for me personally and for this team.”
     A total of five SCORE racers went undefeated in all four races to obviously lead the point standings in their respective classes, one in Pro car/truck/UTV classes, three in Pro motorcycle classes and one in Pro Quad classes.
     At the top of the list is Vildosola Sr who leads the SCORE TT Legend class for SCORE Trophy Truck drivers over 50 years old.
     The other three-time winners and class point leader among four-wheel vehicles is Oliver Flemate, 46, Ensenada, Mexico (Class 11, No. 1105, VW Sedan).
     The unbeaten two-wheel class point leaders are Jano Montoya, Winter Garden, Fla. (Pro Moto 30, No. 3200x KTM 450EXCF) and Kevin Ward, 61, Longview, Texas (Chatsworth, Calif.) (Pro Moto 60, No. 644x Honda CRF450x).
     In Pro Quad, the undefeated racer is Nicolas Velez, 17, San Felipe, Mexico (Pro Quad No. 1a Honda TRX450R).
     Prominent Ford Performance saws its two Factory-sponsored entries in the SCORE Baja 1000 win their respective classes. A race-prepped Ford Bronco Raptor won the Stock Midsize class while another race-prepped Ford F-150 Raptor R (third generation of F-150 Raptor to race in the SCORE Baja 1000), won the Stock Full class.
     Driver of Record in the No. 766 Ford Bronco Raptor was Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame inductee Brad Lovell, Colorado Springs, Colo. Lovell and his team finished the race in 40:37:48. It was Lovell’s eighth class win since 2012 in this race.
     Driver of Record in the No. 8152 Ford F-150 Raptor was Loren Healy, Farmington, N.M. Healy and his team completed the challenging course in 41:44:46.
     Ford is the Official Truck and SUV of SCORE International and the SCORE World Desert Championship.
     Among the other class winners in this year’s SCORE Baja 1000 were led by defending season class champion was J. David Ruvalcaba, 60, Ensenada, Mexico, in Class 10 (No. 1000, Alumi Craft-Honda).
     Others included Mike Shaffer, 50, Union City, Calif. in Class 7 (No. 710, Chevy Colorado), Jeremy Stundt, 48, Huntington Beach, Calif. in SCORE Lites (No. 1220, Custom-VW), Mike Belk, 38, San Diego (No. 512, Seagrove-Chevy), Pablo Jauregui, 27, Ensenada, Mexico in Class 1/2-1600 (No. 1685, Wereloco-VW), Luis Herrera, 42, Granada Hills, Calif. in Class 5 (No. 558, VW Sedan), Justin Park, 48, Encinitas, Calif. in Class 7F (No. 714F, Ford Ranger), and Rodrigo Martinez, 56, San Ignacio, Mexico (No. 753, Ford Ranger).
     Leading the other Pro Motorcycle winners was Edgar Coto, 26, San Diego, who defeated a SCORE-record 27 starters in Pro Moto Ironman (solo riders) (No. 723x, GasGas EX450).
     Among the other Pro Motorcycle Class winners were: Fernando Beltran, 46, Ensenada, Mexico in Pro Moto Limited (No. 100x, Honda CRF450X, Giovanni Spinali, 57, El Cajon, Calif. in Pro Moto 50 (No. 500x, Yamaha YZ450FX), and Alirio Amado, 45, The Woodlands, Texas in Pro Moto 40 (No. 441x, Yamaha WR450F).
     The Pro Quad winner was Nicolas Velez, 17, San Felipe, Mexico (No. 1a Honda TRX450) and the Pro Quad Ironman winner was Jose Enriquez, 43, Mexicali, Mexico (No. 96a Honda TRX450).
     Pre-race Contingency/Tech along with the start of the race was on the picturesque El Malecon in La Paz and finished on Boulevard Costero adjacent to the historic Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center in Ensenada.
     The 335 total in this year’s Granddaddy of All Desert Races, racers represented 33 U.S. States, U.S. Territory Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia, and 18 countries.
     U.S. States represented in the field of competitors were Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.
     The countries were United States, U.S. Territory Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia, host country Mexico, Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Chile, France, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Peru, Spain, and Venezuela.
    The race featured a course, fully plotted, and marked by SCORE President/Race Director Jose A. Grijalva, and Co-Race Director Rodolfo Fernandez, of 1310.94 miles of rugged Baja California terrain.
     The challenging, predominantly up-hill rugged race course was 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 seashore with elevations from sea level to over 4,000 feet. The course was another crown jewel reflecting the stark beauty of Baja California.
     The 1310.94-mile race course, ran for the first time from La Paz to Ensenada, UP Mexico’s magnificent Baja California peninsula.
     The iconic race started for the first time on the picturesque El Malecon in La Paz along the Sea of Cortez and finished on Boulevard Costero, adjacent to the historic Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center in the heart of Ensenada.
     The incredibly beautiful, and ridiculously rugged race course had 31 Speed Zones for a total of 201.81 miles, 324 total Virtual Check Points, three physical, full-stop Check Points, and featured nine BFGoodrich Tires Pits.
     Physical Check Point No. 1 was at race mile 233.88 (Valle de Santo Domingo), CP 2 was at RM 599.34 (South of Vizcaino) and CP3 was at RM 922.25 (South of Catavina).
     After leaving El Malecon in La Paz, the course began its windy road North from the Mexican State of Baja California Sur to the Mexican State of Baja California. The race course passed near several of the legendary Spanish Missions on its way North.
     From RM 50 across Arroyo Seco, the course ran adjacent to the Pacific Ocean for the first time up to RM 220.
     At RM 277.46 the course passed by Mission de San Javier on top of the Sierra de La Giganta and at RM 300.05 for the first time in SCORE history, the race course went through El Malecon in Loreto, again by the Sea of Cortez.
     At RM 632.75, the course crossed from Baja California Sur into Baja California for the final half of the race.
     At RM 821.35, the course went near the Pacific Ocean for the final time near Bahia Blanco.
     While the race course included numerous Baja washes, at race-mile 1014.24, the course will begin a treacherous trek through six of the gloriously majestic washes around San Felipe: Matomi, Azufre, Boulder Canyon, Huatamote, Chanate, and Amarillas.
     At RM 1200.75, the course passed Valle de Trinidad and up the infamous Goat Trail, behind Santa Catarina (RM 1226.36) by Rancho El Mezcal to Ojos Negros (RM 1277.04) and to the finish line in Ensenada.
     For safety reasons, all the Sportsman classes along with Baja Challenge, Stock Mid-size, Stock Full, Class 11, and Class 7SX ran a reduced course of 1197.04 miles.
     Through the coordination and efforts of SCORE Motorcycle liaison, Andy Kirker, a former SCORE motorcycle racer, four companies combined to put up a special $20,000 bonus purse exclusively for the Pro Moto Unlimited Class, the fastest class on two wheels.
     The four companies posting this unprecedented purse for this year’s SCORE Baja 1000 were: Anube, from Spain, Taco Moto Company from Las Vegas, Baja Bound of Mexico, and AHM Factory Services of Yorba Linda, Calif.
    This unique payout was for first through fifth place on the official results: first-$10,000, second-$5,000, third-$3,000, fourth-$1,500 and fifth-$500. Salvatierra’s team earned the top bonus for this award.
     Official SCORE Sponsors: BFGoodrich Tires-Official Tire and Race Title Sponsor, Ford-Official Truck and SUV, King Shocks-Official Shock Absorber and Race Title Sponsor, Polaris RZR-Official UTV, VP Racing Fuels-Official Fuel and race presenting sponsor, Baja Vida-Official Snacks and race presenting sponsor, Optima Batteries-Official Batteries, Rugged Radios-Official Radio Communications, Wide Open Excursions-Official Arrive and Drive Company, Crystal Bay Casino-Official Casino.
     SCORE Official Partners: The Satellite Phone Store, Instant Mexico Auto Insurance.
     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, Cruz Roja Mexicana, Baja California Sur State Secretary of Tourism and Economy, Baja California Sur State Tourism Trust (FITUES), Municipal Government of La Paz, Municipal Government of Comondu, Municipal Government of Loreto, and the Municipal Government of Mulege.
     For more information regarding SCORE, visit the official website of the SCORE World Desert Championship at

SCORE Baja 1000 Overall Champions
(4-wheel and 2-wheel vehicles--1967 through 2023)

1967 Vic Wilson/Ted Mangels Meyers Manx-VW 27:38
J.N. Roberts/Malcolm Smith Husqvarna 28:48
1968 Larry Bergquist/Gary Preston Honda 20:38:28
Larry Minor/Jack Bayer Ford Bronco 21:11:32
1969 Larry Minor/Rod Hall Ford Bronco 20:48:10
Gunnar Nilsson/J.N. Roberts Husqvarna 21:35:52
1970 Drino Miller/Vic Wilson Miller-VW 16:07
Mike Patrick/Bill Bowers Yamaha 18:31
1971 Parnelli Jones/Bill Stroppe Ford Bronco 14:59
Malcolm Smith/Gunnar Nilsson Husqvarna 16:51
1972 Parnelli Jones/Bill Stroppe Ford Bronco 16:47
Gunnar Nilsson/Rolf Tibblin Husqvarna 19:19
1973 Bobby Ferro/Johnny Johnson Funco-VW 16:50:25
Mitch Mayes/A.C. Bakken Husqvarna 18:42:51
1974 NO RACE (fuel crisis)
1975 Al Baker/ Gene Cannady Honda 18:22:55
Malcolm Smith/Dr. Bud Feldkamp Hi-Jumper-VW 18:55:49
1976 Larry Roeseler/Mitch Mayes Husqvarna 11:30:47
Ivan Stewart Chenowth-VW 12:17:28
1977 Brent Wallingsford/Scot Harden Husqvarna 14:37:07
Malcolm Smith/Dr. Bud Feldkamp Funco-VW 15:10:42
1978 Larry Roeseler/Jack Johnson Husqvarna 10:23:47
Mark Stahl Chenowth-VW 12:55:42
1979 Larry Roeseler/Jack Johnson Husqvarna 19:48:04
Walker Evans/Bruce Florio Dodge pickup 20:48:27
1980 Larry Roeseler/Jack Johnson Yamaha 12:45:13
Mark Stahl Chenowth-VW 13:33:55
1981 Scot Harden/Brent Wallingsford Husqvarna 17:14:05
Mark McMillin/Thomas Hoke Chenowth-VW 20:29:14
1982 Al Baker/Jack Johnson Honda 17:25:27
Mickey Thompson/Terry Smith Raceco-VW 19:40:23
1983 Dan Smith/Dan Ashcraft Husqvarna 14:48:10
Mark McMillin/Ralph Paxton Chenowth-VW 17:35:06
1984 Chuck Miller/Randy Morales Honda 14:34:34
Mark McMillin/Ralph Paxton Chenowth-VW 16:27:09
1985 Randy Morales/Derrick Paiement Honda 17:44:42
Steve Sourapas/Dave Richardson Raceco-VW 17:54:55
1986 Bruce Ogilvie/Chuck Miller Honda 18:05:52
Mark McMillin/Ralph Paxton Chenowth-Porsche 18:26:28
1987 Dan Ashcraft/Bruce Ogilvie Honda 12:02:14
Bob Gordon/Malcolm Smith Chenowth-Porsche 13:15:04
1988 Paul Krause/Larry Roeseler/Danny LaPorte Kawasaki 11:33:45
Mark McMillin Chenowth-Porsche 13:07:09
1989 Larry Roeseler/Danny LaPorte/Ted Hunnicutt Jr. Kawasaki 17:53:16
Robby Gordon Ford Truck 18:04:07
1990 Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicutt Jr./Danny LaPorte Kawasaki 11:11:45
Bob Gordon/Robyn Gordon/Robby Gordon Chenowth-Chevy 12:30:45
1991 Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicutt Jr./Marty Smith Kawasaki 13:35:25
Larry Ragland Chevrolet pickup 16:37:35
1992 Danny Hamel/Garth Sweetland/Paul Ostbo Kawasaki 16:50:12
Paul & Dave Simon Ford truck 16:53:02
1993 Ivan Stewart Toyota SR5 13:29:11
Danny Hamel/Larry Roeseler/Ty Davis Kawasaki 13:57:23
1994 Danny Hamel/Larry Roeseler/Ty Davis Kawasaki 10:20:47
Jim Smith (SCORE Trophy Truck) Ford 10:28:56
Dave Ashley/Dan Smith Ford truck 10:43:43
1995 Paul Krause/Ty Davis/Ted Hunnicutt Jr. Kawasaki 19:31:19
Larry Ragland (SCORE Trophy Truck) Chevy 20:14:12
Dale White Chevy Truck 21:57:03
1996 Paul Krause/Ty Davis/Greg Zitterkopf Kawasaki 14:11:02
Larry Ragland (SCORE Trophy Truck) Chevy 14:38:59
Ryan Thomas Chenowth-VW 15:53:56
1997 Johnny Campbell/Tim Staab/Greg Bringle Honda 13:19:59
Larry Ragland (SCORE Trophy Truck) Chevy 13:53:46
Doug Fortin Chenowth-VW 14:31:02
1998 Johnny Campbell/Jimmy Lewis Honda 18:58:48
Ivan Stewart Toyota truck 19:08:20
1999 Johnny Campbell/Tim Staab Honda 14:15:42
Larry Ragland Chevy truck 14:26:36
2000 Johnny Campbell/Tim Staab/Craig Smith, Steve Hengeveld Honda 30:54:12
Dan Smith/Dave Ashley Ford truck 32:15:39
2001 Johnny Campbell/Tim Staab Honda 13:51:40
Doug Fortin/Charlie Townsley Jimco Chevy truck 14:35:42
2002 Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell/Andy Grider Honda 16:17:28
Dan Smith/Dave Ashley, Ford truck 16:19:03
2003 Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell/Bruce Ogilvie Honda 15:39:52
Doug Fortin/Charlie Townsley Jimco-Chevy 16:24:02
2004 Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell/Kendall Norman, Honda 15:57:37
Troy Herbst/Larry Roeseler, Smithbuilt-Ford 16:18:14
2005 Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell/Mike Childress, Honda 14:20:30
Larry Roeseler/Troy Herbst, Smithbuilt-Ford 15:06:19
2006 Steve Hengeveld/ Mike Childress/Quinn Cody, Honda 18:17:50
Andy McMillin/Robby Gordon, Chevy truck 19:15:17
2007 Robby Bell/Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell/Kendall Norman, Honda 24:15:50
Mark Post/Rob MacCachren/Carl Renezeder, Ford truck 25:21:25
2008 Robby Bell/Kendall Norman/Johnny Campbell, Honda 12:29:18
Roger Norman/Larry Roeseler, Ford truck 12:40:33
2009 Kendall Norman/Timmy Weigand/Quinn Cody, Honda 13:27:50
Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin, Chevy truck 14:19:50
2010 Gus Vildosola Jr./Gus Vildosola Sr., Ford truck 19:00:04
Kendall Norman/Quinn Cody, Honda 19:20:52
2011 Kendall Norman/Quinn Cody/Logan Holladay, Honda 14:14:25
Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin, Ford truck 14:51:36
2012 B.J. Baldwin, Chevy truck 20:00:59
Colton Udall/Timmy Weigand/David Kamo, Honda 20:09:30
2013-Tim Weigand/Colton Udall/David Kamo,/Mark Samuels, Honda 18:29:14
B.J. Baldwin, Chevy Truck, 18:36:30
2014-Rob MacCachren/Andy McMillin/Jason Voss, Ford truck 22:31:28
Ricky Brabec/Robby Bell/Steve Hengeveld/Max Eddy Jr., Kawasaki 24:24:01
2015-Rob MacCachren/Andy McMillin, Ford truck 15:58:32
Colton Udall/Mark Samuels/Justin Jones, Honda 16:29:08
2016- Rob MacCachren/Jason Voss, Ford truck 17:12:58
Colton Udall/Mark Samuels/Justin Jones/Daymon Stokie/David Kamo, Honda 18:16:42
2017- Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez/Juan C. Lopez, Chevy truck 19:53:36
Francisco Arredondo/Shane Esposito/Justin Morgan/Max Eddy Jr/Ty Davis, Honda 21:07:17
2018- Justin Morgan/Mark Samuels/Justin Jones, Honda 16:23:26
Cameron Steele/Pat Dean, Ford truck 16:24:02
2019- Alan Ampudia/Aaron Ampudia, Ford truck 16:10:36
Justin Morgan/Shane Esposito/David Kamo/Max Eddy Jr, Honda 16:23:26
2020- Luke McMillin/Larry Roeseler, Ford truck 19:10:25
Mark Samuels/Justin Morgan/Justin Jones, Honda 20:50:30
2021- Rob MacCachren/Luke McMillin, Chevy truck 20:45:59
Mark Samuels/Justin Morgan/Kendall Norman/Brandon Prieto, Honda 23:07:18
2022- Luke McMillin/Rob MacCachren, Chevy truck 16:37:46
Mark Samuels/Justin Morgan/Kendall Norman, Honda 18:51:30
2023- Bryce Menzies/Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr/Andy McMillin, Ford truck 22:35:33
Juan Carlos Salvatierra/Shane Logan/Diego Llanos/Carter Klein/Corbin McPherson, KTM 26:34:17
   NOTE: 1994-1997, SCORE Trophy Truck competed as its own series