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Olliges father & son entered for SCORE San Felipe 250

Salvatierra, 2Olliges, SCI Racing, Beltran, Price, Stavron, Helland, 3-1/2 Amigos, newest entries


ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico – Launching its sixth decade this year as the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Organization, the latest new entries for the next month’s season-opening King Shocks 37th SCORE San Felipe 250, include Juan Carlos Salvatierra, Steve Olliges and his son Jack Olliges, SCI Racing’s Broc Heger, Cayden MacCachren, Max Eddy Jr, and Craig Scanlon, Fernando Beltran, Kevin Price, Bryce Stavron, Rolf Helland, and the team of Stan Potter/Freddie Willert/Dan Worley.

     Round 1 of the four-race 2024 SCORE World Desert Championship will be held March 20-24 in the quaint, peaceful village of San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico.

     Pre-race Contingency, Tech Inspection and the start/finish line compound will be located on the picturesque El Malecon in San Felipe along the inspiring azure waters of the Sea of Cortez.

     San Felipe is 125 miles south of the U.S. Border at Calexico, Calif. on the eastern side of the Baja peninsula along the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez. All four 2024 SCORE races will be held on Mexico’s magnificent Baja California peninsula for the ninth consecutive year.


     With over 250 entries anticipated at the start line to launch the 51st season of SCORE desert racing, 162 total early entries have been received so far for the popular ‘Spring Break’ event, with racers representing 22 U.S. States, and six countries. The countries with at least one racer so far are United States, host country Mexico, Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Chile, France, New Zealand, and Peru.


     With double-digit entries to date are the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck (high-tech, unlimited, 1000-horsepower, custom trucks) with 36, Trophy Truck Spec, (SCORE Trophy Trucks with spec engines) with 39 and Pro UTV Open with 16.


     Among the latest early entries for this year’s race are SCORE stars Bolivia’s Juan Carlos Salvatierra, (Pro Moto Unlimited), Steve Olliges, Las Vegas (SCORE Trophy Truck), and his son Jack Olliges (Trophy Truck Spec), PCI Racing’s Pro UTV Open teams of Broc Heger, Brawley, Calif., Cayden MacCachren, Max Eddy Jr, Barstow, Calif. Las Vegas, Fernando Beltran, Tijuana, Mexico (Pro Moto Unlimited), Kevin Price, Fremont, Calif. (Trophy Truck Spec), Bryce Stavron, San Clemente, Calif. (Pro Moto Unlimited), Rolf Helland, Morris, Ill. (SCORE TT Legend), and Tres Amigos Stan Potter, San Marcos, Calif/Freddie Willert, El Cajon, Calif./Dan Worley, Encinitas, Calif. (Class 10).


     Celebrating the 37th anniversary of the youngest of the three legendary SCORE Baja races, sometimes referred to as the SCORE ‘Baby Baja’, entries are being accepted on the SCORE website under Race Info at for Pro and Sportsman entries for cars, trucks, UTVs, motorcycles and quads.


    After winning the season point championship for two consecutive years (2020, 2021) in the brutally tough Pro Moto Ironman class for solo riders, Bolivia’s acclaimed international rally racer Juan Carlos Salvatierra moved to the Pro Moto Unlimited class in 2022 and 2023 and has won the season point title in fastest class on two wheels for two more consecutive year.

     In winning the 2023 Pro Moto Unlimited season point championship, Salvatierra and his team finished the season with victories in the SCORE Baja 400 and the SCORE Baja 1000 peninsula run from La Paz to Ensenada on his No. 1x KTM 450SX-F motorcycle.

     Salvatierra has announced his co-riders for this year’s King Shocks 37th SCORE San Felipe 250 as Shane Logan, 22, Lake Havasu City, Ariz., and Justin Carnes, 25, El Centro, Calif.

    He opened the 2023 season with a sixth-place finish in Pro Moto Unlimited at the SCORE San Felipe 250, and a fourth-place in the SCORE Baja 500 before winning the last two races of the season.

     In addition to winning four consecutive season SCORE class season point championships, ‘Chavo’, as he is known, has also won four consecutive SCORE Milestone Awards as the Rider of Rider riding solo in 2020, 2021, and Rider of Record with additional riders the last two years. The SCORE Milestone Awards are presented annually to drivers or riders of record who complete every required race mile of every season.

     Salvatierra, 42, Santa Cruz, Bolivia, raced nine years in the Dakar Rally, also mountain biking and triathlons. Considered the most important athlete in the history of Bolivia, in 2011, Salvatierra became the first athlete from Bolivia to race in the Dakar Rally. He is also a nine-time Bolivian National Motocross champion.


     Prominent Las Vegas car dealer Steve Olliges is returning to this year’s SCORE San Felipe 250 once again.

     Olliges, 60, and his talented 16-year-old son Jack Olliges will both be racing. While young Jack has been racing in Nevada deserts since he was 10 years old, he has graduated to SCORE Baja racing where he finished 26th in last year’s San Felipe race out of a SCORE-record 43 starters and 10th out of 31 starters in last year’s SCORE Baja 500 in the Trophy Truck Spec class.

    Steve Olliges, of the prominent Team Ford dealership in Las Vegas, races in SCORE Trophy Truck while the developing Jack will be behind the wheel of another Ford truck in the ever-expanding Trophy Truck Spec class in this year’s SCORE San Felipe 250.

     While father Steve is a veteran SCORE racing champion, young Jack made his SCORE debut at last year’s SCORE San Felipe 250.

     In San Felipe last year, Steve Olliges had a strong sixth-place finish out of 39 starters in SCORE Trophy Truck and he came back with another sixth-place finish out of 33 starters om SCORE Trophy Truck in last year’s SCORE Baja 500.

     Steve Olliges is the Driver of Record in his No. 51 Olliges Racing Ford Raptor (Geiser) with SCORE champion and former NASCAR divisional racer Justin Lofton, 37, Brawley, Calif., as his second driver.

     Jack Olliges will be looking to add to his growing SCORE resume as the Driver of Record in the No. 227 Geiser-Ford.

     In addition to multiple class race wins, Steve Olliges won the SCORE season point championship in the Stock Full class in both 1994 and 1996.


     Returning as the super-UTV team on the block again this year is the Polaris Factory Racing team and the sport’s first purpose-built race ready UTV. Driving three all-new Polaris-engineered race machines all in the Pro UTV Open class are Cayden MacCachren, Max Eddy Jr, Brock Heger, and Craig Scanlon.

    Team principal is Craig Scanlon, a key K&N Engineering executive who continues to race in the Pro UTV Open class, former SCORE champion racer Ryan Thomas is the general manager and Adam Arsenault is operations director at the team’s 10,000 sq. ft. race shop in San Diego. Crew Chief is Johnny Nelson, a two-time winner of the SCORE Mechanic of the Year Award (2013, 2019).

     The team made an auspicious debut during the 2023 SCORE World Desert Championship, with a team member winning each of the four races during the season. At the end of SCORE’s 50th season as the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Organization, Heger finished as the class champion, MacCachren was third in the final points, and Scanlon was ninth at the end of the season. The fourth team vehicle was drive by two different drivers, it still managed a 10th place finish for year.

     In the 2023 King Shocks SCORE San Felipe 250 the team debuted by all finishing in the top 10 in their class—first, fourth, sixth and 10th. In the 2023 BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 500, PFR finished first, ninth, 14th and one DNF out of 20 starters in their Pro UTV Open class. In the SCORE Baja 400, PFR finished first, sixth, seventh, and 14th, out of 16 starters. And in the epic SCORE Baja 1000, PFR racers finished first, third, eighth, and one DNF.

    The team shares the same sponsors and vehicle livery supported by a team of Polaris off-road engineers.

     The entire team is expected to be solo drivers for the upcoming SCORE San Felipe 250.


     Team principal of SCI Motorsports, Craig Scanlon, 50, Orange, Calif. (Helena, Mont.) drives the No. 1831 Polaris RZR Pro R where he started the 2023 SCORE World Desert Championship by winning the Pro UTV Open class as well as recording the fastest time of a SCORE-record 64 total UTVs competing in the SCORE San Felipe 250 in five different classes. He endured an unfortunate DNF in the SCORE Baja 500 in June, came back with a sixth in the SCORE Baja 400 in September and suffered another DNF in the SCORE Baja 1000 in November. He finished ninth in season points in his class.


     Being son of the G.O.A.T. of off-road racing (Rob MacCachren), Las Vegas’ third-generation desert racer Cayden ‘Mini-Mac’ MacCachren, 22, has clearly stepped away from his famous father’s tracks and is forming his own talented trail in desert racing.

     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. During the 2022 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 three-plus seasons. Mini-Mac has driven for pre-running with his famous father while dad Rob records all the course notes for both.

     He opened the 2023 season with a fourth-place finish in Pro UTV Open in San Felipe. He finished 14th in class in the SCORE Baja 500 and finished seventh in the SCORE Baja 400 this year and ended the year in spectacular fashion by winning the epic SCORE Baja 1000 starting for the first time La Paz and finishing once again in Ensenada, Mexico. He ended up third in season points in Pro UTV Open.

     With the SCI Polaris Factory Racing team, Cayden MacCachren is the driver of the No. 1821 SCI Motorsports Polaris RZR Pro-R.

     Cayden’s winning ‘super-team’ of additional drivers for last year’s SCORE Baja 1000 were SCORE motorcycle champion Justin Morgan, 33, El Cajon, Calif., and International Drifting champion and SCORE champion Rhys Millen, 51, Huntington Beach, Calif. (New Zealand).

     MacCachren will drive solo in this year’s SCORE San Felipe 250.


     Max Eddy Jr, 41, Barstow, Calif., is the new DOR for the SCI Polaris Factory Race Team for 2024.

     A veteran SCORE Motorcycle champion, Eddy Jr has been a second driver for Craig Scanlon and many other racers during his career.

    Eddy Jr is driver of record the No. 1841 SCI Motorsports Polaris Pro-R.

     In the SCORE San Felipe 250, Eddy Jr has won his motorcycle class twice, once in 2013 and once in 2014. He also has three motorcycle wins in the legendary SCORE Baja 1000, 2014, 2017 and 2019.


    Brock Heger, 24, El Centro, Calif., has excelled in every discipline of racing and has over 100 wins and 200 podiums on his resume so far. Most recently, Heger has raced in Pro-Lite short course trucks and Production UTVs in the Champ Off Road Series, earning championships in both classes as well as most recently as the second driver in the Trophy Truck Spec class in SCORE races.

     Heger drives the No. 1896 SCI Motorsports Polaris RZR Pro-R. He opened the 2023 season with a 10th place finish. He won his class in the SCORE Baja 500, and the SCORE Baja 400 and capped the season with a third-place podium finish to claim the 2023 SCORE Pro UTV Open class championship.

     While he will drive solo in this year’s SCORE Baja 1000, Heger’s additional drivers for last year’s podium finish in the epic SCORE Baja 1000 were champion short-course racer Ronnie Anderson, 23, Riverside, Calif., and veteran domestic racer JD Marsh, 39, Star, Idaho.


     Mexico’s SCORE veteran motorcycle champion Fernando Beltran, 47, of Ensenada, has decided to move up to the Pro Moto Unlimited class for the 2024 SCORE World Desert Championship

     Beltran has won his Pro Moto Limited class nine times since 2021, including all four in 2022 and two wins with two second-place finishes in 2023. Bertrand has now won four career SCORE season point championships (2014, 2020, 2022, and 2023).

     Beltran leads his talented team on his No. 8x Honda CRF450x motorcycle into their new racing class.

     Co-riders for this year’s King Shocks 37th SCORE San Felipe 250 for Beltran will be Luis Flores, 22, Mexicali, Mexico, Mauri Herrera, 25, Ensenada, Mexico, Chad Goodsell, 19, Holtville, Calif., and Dilan Avalos, 17, N. Palm Springs, Calif.


     Having raced separately and together in SCORE, a father/daughter team have entered this year’s SCORE San Felipe 250.

     Both from Fremont, Calif., Kevin Price, 55, and his daughter Jordan Souza Price, 20, have moved up in class for San Felipe and have entered the massive Trophy Truck Spec division.

     The talented tandem will drive the No. 248 TSCO-Chevy with Dad as the driver of record for this race.

     Individually, they have raced in Class 10 and Class 1/2-1600, where they both have been extremely competitive separately as well as together on the starting grid.

     In San Felipe, Jordan had a best finish of fourth in Class 1/2-1600 in 2021.


     With over 20 years riding as a co-rider for SCORE class-winning age-group motorcycle teams, Bryce Stavron is moving up to the featured Pro Moto Unlimited Class for the King Shocks 37th SCORE San Felipe 250.

     Stavron, 35, San Clemente, Calif., will be the rider of record on the No. 25x KTM 450XC-F in San Felipe after being a co-rider in Pro Moto 30 for multi-time SCORE champion Jano Montoya, 52, Winter Park, Fla. (Peru). Stavron was a co-rider for Montoya’s 2023 championship team in Pro Moto 30.

     For this year’s San Felipe race, Stavron’s Co-rider will be David Zarate, 34, Los Cabos, Mexico. Zarate was also part of Montoya’s Pro Moto 30 championship team in 2023.

     Stavron has been racing on motorcycles since he was five years old. In SCORE Baja racing he has almost always been a co-rider.  He did however finish second in Pro Moto 30 as the Rider of Record in the 2021 SCORE Baja 500.


     Leading one of the top teams in the SCORE TT Legend class for SCORE Trophy Truck drivers over 50 years old is Rolf Helland, 64, a prominent businessman in the trucking industry from Morris, Ill.

     Somewhat of a late bloomer in starting to compete in SCORE Baja racing the last several years, Helland and his driving teammate veteran champion SCORE racer Rick D. Johnson, 57, Barstow, Calif., were the 2021 SCORE TT Legend class point champions after a brilliant undefeated four-race season in the 2021 SCORE World Desert Championship.

     Helland and Johnson, who has one career SCORE Trophy Truck class win (2009 SCORE Baja 500), split the driving in Helland’s No. 37L Norseman Racing Ford Raptor built by Mason Motorsports.

     In last year’s SCORE Baja 500, Helland finished second in SCORE TT Legend, and the team had an unfortunate DNF in last year’s SCORE San Felipe 250.


     A trio with a multitude of years of SCORE Baja racing experience with a combined 178 years in age between them, ‘Tres Amigos’ Freddie Willert, 55, El Cajon, Calif., is driver of record this year and his additional compadres San Potter, 61, San Marcos, Calif., and Dan Worley, 62, Encinitas, Calif. moved up to Class 10 in 2020 after winning the SCORE Lites season point title in 2019.

     After several years away from the sport, the trio returned full-time in 2017 and finished seventh in the SCORE Lite points with one race win. In 2018, the talented trio finished fourth in the SCORE Lites points before the 2021 championship season in SCORE Lite where they won the SCORE San Felipe 250, the SCORE Baja 400 and the SCORE Baja 1000.

     With the team’s Jimco-VW race car sitting quietly for nearly a decade, the team won their class (SCORE Lites) in the 50th SCORE Baja 1000 in 2017.

    All three of them have raced in several different SCORE classes over the years and Worley won the 1992 Pro Moto 30 season points.

     ‘Tres Amigos’ moved up to Class 10 where they split the driving in their No. 1006 Alumi Craft-Chevy, which is shod with BFGoodrich Tires and King Shocks.

     Last year, they had class results of 10th (SCORE San Felipe 250), fifth (SCORE Baja 500), DNF (SCORE Baja 400) and fifth (SCORE Baja 1000). They trio finished fifth in their season points in Class 10 with Potter as the DOR.

     The ‘½ Amigo’ is Matt Willert, El Cajon, Calif., the 17-year-old son of Freddie Willert, made his SCORE racing debut in 2022, driving the No. 1606 Bunderson-VW in Class 1/2-1600. He finished third in his class points in 2023. This year, Matt will be an additional driver for his teammates Daniel Goodrich, 28, Chula Vista, Calif., and Daniel’s older brother Michael Goodrich, 33, Chula Vista, Calif.

     The Goodrich brothers are the sons of former SCORE champion racer Brian Goodrich.


     The deadline to enter in time to be included in the SCORE San Felipe 250 Race Day program and the race program is 5 p.m. PT on Friday March 8.

     Starting positions for the classes that aren’t qualifying will be determined by a random drawing after the close of online racer registration. Results of the start draw will be posted on the SCORE website by 6 p.m. PT on Friday, March 15.

     Late entries may register in person at the SCORE Ensenada office will have until 5 p.m. PT on Thursday, March 14. Those late entries, however, will not be included in the start draw.

     Late, on-site entries will receive the next starting position within the class entered.

     Questions should be directed to Shannon Lund, SCORE Registration and Membership Director at 775.852.8907 or


     For just the fifth time in the history of this popular ‘Spring Break’ race, SCORE will hold the Method Race Wheels SCORE San Felipe 250 Qualifying starting at 7 a.m. PT on Thursday, March 21 to determine the starting positions within each class for the SCORE Trophy Truck, SCORE TT Legend and Trophy Truck Spec classes. The starting order for qualifying in each class will be the order in which they entered the race.

    Entries received in the qualifying classes after Friday, March 8 will be given then next available starting slot within their respective classes.

     Start order for qualifying will be determined by the date and time that they are received.

     The first-time qualifying was held for this race was in 2017 when Rob MacCachren, Cameron Steele and Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez were the top three qualifiers in the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck division for high-tech, 1000-horsepower, unlimited custom trucks.

    In 2021, Bryce Menzies was the fastest qualifier followed by Andy McMillin and his cousin Luke McMillin. At the finish of the race Menzies was the winner, L. McMillin was second and A. McMillin finished in third place.

     In 2022, Menzies was the fastest qualifier again followed by Justin Lofton and L. McMillin. At the finish, L. McMillin was the winner, Menzies was second at the team of Mike Walser/Jax Redline finished in third place.

     In 2023, Australia’s Toby Price was fastest qualifier followed by Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr, and Menzies. At the finish, Luke McMillin was the winner, Mexico’s Alan Ampudia was second, and Las Vegas’ Menzies finished in third place.

     Qualifying is not open to the public and will be held on a five-mile course that is not part of the official race course.


     Grand Marshal for this year’s King Shocks 37th SCORE San Felipe 250 will be SCORE champion racer Mark Post, a prominent businessman in Southern California and Las Vegas.

     Post, 65, of Las Vegas and Laguna Beach, Calif., has been an active desert racer for nearly 30 years, recorded his most impressive season in 2007 when he won the SCORE Trophy Truck season point championship. In 2007, with the iconic Rob MacCachren as his second driver, Post won the 40th anniversary SCORE Baja 1000, a race of 1296.39 miles from Ensenada to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico in his spectacular No. 3 Black Diamond Riviera Racing Ford F-150.

     That 2007 SCORE Baja 1000 is the third longest in race history and it had the second-most official starters (424) and the most finishers (237).

     Post, MacCachren, and third driver Carl Renezeder, covered the distance in 25 hours, 21 minutes, and 25 seconds, averaging 53.43 miles per hour to be the fastest overall four-wheel vehicle finisher in the race.

    In his remarkable 2007 SCORE season Post finished fourth in the SCORE Laughlin Desert Challenge, first in the SCORE San Felipe 250, fourth in the SCORE Baja 500, second in the SCORE Terrible’s Las Vegas Primm 300, capped by his massive victory in the season-ending SCORE Baja 1000.

     Also in 2007, Riviera Racing won the SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Cup short-course event on the dirt track at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway with Rob MacCachren driving.

     After his big 2007 SCORE Baja 1000 win, "This was the big one for me and Riviera Racing," said Post at the finish line in Cabo San Lucas. "We planned carefully for this one, as we knew it was going to be the toughest and longest 1000 we'd ever run. My co-drivers Carl Renezeder and Rob MacCachren are both short course stars so each could push extremely hard on the sections they drove. It was a good strategy that allowed us to stay up front against one of the best fields we've seen all year."

     In the SCORE Trophy Truck class, Post finished in third place in season points both in 2005 and 2008.

   In the SCORE San Felipe 250, Post has three career class wins, two with Jerry Whelchel before winning in 2007 in SCORE Trophy Truck with MacCachren. Post and Whelchel won Class 1 in this race in 1998 and again in 2004 in SCORE Trophy Truck.

     Post also earned a prestigious SCORE Milestone Award in 2007.

     In his illustrious SCORE racing career, Post has seven career SCORE Trophy Truck race victories, (2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, and his three in 2007.

     Considered one of the top SCORE Trophy racers in history, SCORE is honored to have him as the Grand Marshal for the King Shocks 37th SCORE San Felipe 250 next month.



    Here are the dates for the four-race 2024 SCORE World Desert Championship which will be held in Baja California, Mexico for the ninth consecutive year:

·       King Shocks 37th SCORE San Felipe 250—

March 20-24, San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico

·       BFGoodrich Tires 56th SCORE Baja 500—

May 29-June 2, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

·       5th SCORE Baja 400, presented by VP Racing Fuels—

September 11-15, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

·       BFGoodrich Tires 57th SCORE Baja 1000—

November 11-17, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico


     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, Optima Batteries-Official Battery, Rugged Radios-Official Radio Communication, Sylvania-Official Light, Method Race Wheels-Official Wheel and Qualifying sponsor, Lasernut-Official Custom Metal Fabricator, 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, and Cruz Roja Mexicana.

    For more information regarding SCORE, visit the official website of the SCORE World Desert Championship at

King Shocks 37th SCORE San Felipe 250

Season-opener of four-race 2024 SCORE World Desert Championship

March 20-24 – 285.69 miles – San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico

Total Entries: 162 (as of 2/25/24)

(from 22 U.S. States, host Mexico, Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Chile, France, New Zealand, Peru)

Pro Cars/Trucks/UTVs

(Numerical order, by class)


1 Bryce Menzies

*1L Gustavo Vildosola Sr

2 Chad Broughton

6 Dan Myers

10 Alan Ampudia

16 Cameron Steele

19 Tim Herbst

21 Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr

23 Dan McMillin

24 Adam Householder

25 Craig Christy

26 Dave Taylor

27 Jonathan Brenthel

34 Broc Dickerson

*37L Rolf Helland

41 Justin Lofton

45 Gary Magness

46 Toby Price

51 Steve Olliges

58 Tracy Graf

*61L David Payne

63 Ruben Torres

*65L Greg Adler

66 Chris Hertsch

69 Andrew Myers

70 Kevin Thompson

72 Aaron Celiceo

80 Josh Daniel

82 Sam Baldi

83 Luke McMillin

85 Mikey Lawrence

*85L Clay Lawrence

87 Dallas Lutrell

89 Mike Walser

94 Christopher Polvoorde

97 Gabriel Torres


CLASS 1 (5)

127 Cody Parkhouse

138 Kyle Quinn

153 Brad Wilson

162 Brendan Gaughan

168 Cody Reid


200 Jason McNeil

201 Mitch McNeil

204 Cade Garcia

205 Joe Delucie

207 Mason Cullen

209 J. David Ruvalcaba

211 Tim Wilson

213 Josh Beyer

219 Thor Herbst

224 Miles Wyatt

227 Jack Olliges

228 Ryan Hancock

236 Michael Marsal

238 Elijah Kiger

240 Chris Miller

241 Stephen Beal

242 Bryce Swaim

246 Ben Hagle

247 Scott Shields

248 Kevin Price

249 Chase Swanson

258 Mavrick Gaunt

259 Matt Winslow

260 Santiago Creel

262 Mick Magher

263 EJ Herbst

266 David Ziegler

269 Troy Stone

270 Jimmy Diaz

273 Jordan Brenthel

277 Travis Williams

282 Brent Fox

284 Jose Contreras

285 Justin Davis

289 Tanner Rust

290 Isidro Ochoa

294 Vincent Munoz

297 Jorge Sampietro

299 Charles Dorance

CLASS 10 (7)

1000 Francisco Vera

1006 Stan Potter (DOR-Freddie Willert)

1012 Jake Woodruff

1023 Tamara Myers

1044 Jason Shipman

1060 Ted Baker

1077 Dale Ebberts


1821 Cayden MacCachren

1825 Vito Ranuio

1831 Craig Scanlon

1841 Max Eddy Jr

1842 Gilberto Rodriguez

1854 Kristen Matlock

1867 Mike Pratt

1868 Bernie Gomez

1869 Justin Lambert

1871 Wayne Matlock

1872 Justin Smith

1880 Gabe Matthews

1885 Trent Backus

1886 Branden Sims

1891 Samuel Huesco

1896 Brock Heger


2906 Zach Selby

2908 Valeria Lozano

2914 Esteban Ceja Sr

2915 Rickey Arslanian

2921 John Myerly

2925 Bernardo Perez

2955 Miguel Cortez

2974 Jorge Cano

2987 Edgar Garcia

2988 Jorge Vela

CLASS 7 (1)

700 Daniel Chamlee


1238 Robert Illian


1919 Eva Malabanan

1974 Ethan Groom

CLASS 5 (1)

538 Brandon Homme


3916 Jeff Embree

3919 Anibal Lopez

3924 Ricardo Zarogoza

3930 Douglas Cornwell

3943 Dennis Romero

3959 Antonio Mendez

CLASS 1/2-1600 (1)

1606 Daniel Goodrich

CLASS 7F (1)

714F Justin Park

CLASS 11 (1)

1111 Eric Solorzano

Pro Motorcycles


1x Juan Carlos Salvatierra

8x Fernando Beltran

13x Adrian Ortiz

20x Eric Kirby

24x Jacob Robinson

25x Bryce Stavron

92x Tucker Hopkins

PRO MOTO 30 (2)

317x Ethan Wheeler

354x Felipe Barron

PRO MOTO 50 (2)

5XXx Mike Prunty

513x Joseph Amey

PRO MOTO 40 (4)

400x Alirio Amado

407x Luis Esquivel

411x Francisco Esposito

452x Travis Flateau


704x Casey Odonnell

707x Joseph Darminio

724x William Gross

745x Patricio Cabrera

753x Carlos Hannan

780x Jeff Miller

781x Miguel Luna

789x Christian Cuevas


805x Dustin Davis

827x Gerardo Rubio


E499 Christian Klein

Pro Quads

Pro Quad (2)

10a Dionisio Zavalo

18a Roberto Villalobos


SPT M/C (4)

205x Francisco Rosas

236x Andy Valencia

283x Chad Waite

298x Josh Hess


119a Sebastian Castro

124a Erick Talamentes

138a Gabriel Vazquez