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Salas Jr was the overall motorcycle winner last year in the SCORE Baja 500, with Clayton Roberts of Hesperia, Calif. as he second rider, aboard a KTM 450XCF motorcycle.

Starting draw results for SCORE Baja 500

BFGoodrich Tires 56th SCORE Baja 500

By Gabriel Garcia, SCORE Media Operations Director,
Dominic Clark, SCORE Historian,

ENSENADA, Baja California, Mexico—Mexican National Arutro Salas Jr will be the first motorcycle to leave the start line next Saturday at the legendary BFGoodrich Tires 56th SCORE Baja 500. Most of the start positions were determined by the finishing order from the previous race and the balance of the starting positions for the first 241 entries were announced this week as racers from around the world are heading to Baja California, Mexico for the popular early summer race.


     Race festivities in Ensenada will be held May 29 to June 2 for the second round of the 2024 SCORE World Desert Championship.

     With over 260 entries expected at the start line, 246 entries to date include racers entered to make the trip to Mexican soil from 25 U.S. States, host country Mexico, Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Ecuador, France, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, and Peru.

     Among the U.S. States represented are California, New York, Washington, Florida, Hawaii, Ilinois and Nevada.

     In the most recent entry list, the classes with the most entries so far are SCORE Trophy Truck with 34, followed by Trophy Truck Spec with 33, Pro UTV Open (23), Pro UTV FI (19), Class 10 (16), and Pro UTV Stock (15).

     Among the motorcycle classes with the most entries so far are Pro Moto Ironman (solo riders) with 13 and Pro Moto Unlimited with 10.


     Salas Junior Jr, 21, from Tecate, Mexico, will once again count on 19-year-old Carter Klein, of Agua Dulce, California, as his additional rider aboard the Hero Racing team's No. 11x Honda CRF450X motorcycle, looking to emulate what they accomplished at the 37th edition of the King Shocks SCORE San Felipe 250 last March, an Overall Motorcycle victory.

     Salas Jr was the overall motorcycle winner last year in the SCORE Baja 500, with Clayton Roberts of Hesperia, Calif. as he second rider, aboard a KTM 450XCF motorcycle.

     A total of 10 riders are entered to date in Pro Moto Unlimited class, with Salas and Klein leading SCORE in points in that class. The Slam Life Racing team will start seventh with SCORE champion Justin Morgan, 34, of El Cajon, Calif., as the rider of record.

     Morgan will be sharing the seat of the No. 7x Honda CRF450X motorcycle with multi-time SCORE champion Mark Samuels, 34, of Yucca Valley, California, as well as 23-year-old Tyler Linn of Mona, Utah, as the other two riders on the three-rider team.


     In SCORE Trophy Trucks, Bryce Menzies, of Las Vegas, will be the first truck to be part of the Method Race Wheels Qualifying, as he was the first driver to enter in his No. 1 Ford Raptor Mason.

     Menzies won last year's SCORE Baja 500 overall, so he will be looking to make it back-to-back wins, but to do so, he must first maintain his stellar driving in Method Race Wheels Qualifying and then on the race.

     Veteran Cameron Steele, 55, of San Clemente, California, who finished fifth in this year's SCORE San Felipe 250, will be the second racer to seek his starting spot in Method Race Wheels Qualifying, having never won the overall SCORE Baja 500 in his brilliant Hall of Fame desert-racing career.

Mexico’s Alan Ampudia, 33, from Ensenada, Baja California, will qualify 17th, driving his No. 10 Team Papas Ford Raptor, looking to return to the top of the winner's circle, something that happened this March at the SCORE San Felipe 250.


     In the Trophy Truck Spec class, there are 33 trucks entered to date, with 29-year-old Maverick Gaunt, from Torrance, Calif., entering first to be able to qualify first in the No. 258 Geiser-Chevy.

     During the 2023 SCORE Baja 500, 46-year-old Jason McNeil of El Cajon, Calif., was celebrating in Ensenada as the best in class in his TSCO-Chevy. He finished seventh in class in this year’s SCORE San Felipe 250 and will qualify 11th next Thursday in Ensenada.


     The colorful contingency row and tech inspection of all the participating vehicles will be held on Friday, May 31 on Ensenada's Boulevard Costero from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT, adjacent to the iconic Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center. With the Manufacturer’s Midway and multiple local vendors, the pre-race pageantry draws upwards 50,000 people for the event that is free to the public.

     On Saturday, June 1, the green flag will drop on the Boulevard Costero, with the first motorcycle departing at 2:30 a.m. PT, while the first 4-wheeler will depart at 6:15 a.m. PT, having to overcome a 486-mile race course.  While the fastest vehicles are expected to finish in approximately 10 hours, all vehicles Will have a 20-hour time limit to become official finishers in the elapsed-time race.

     The awards celebration will be held on Sunday, June 2 at the Cathedral Hall of the Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center at 12:30 p.m.

    Qualifying, contingency and the race days will be part of SCORE Live with Rat Sult on SCORE's official YouTube channel and also its official Facebook account. Tracking of the race vehicles will be available during the race through the SCORE website.


     SCORE Trophy Trucks, SCORE Trophy Truck, SCORE TT Legend and Trophy Truck Spec classes will hold the Method Race Wheels Qualifying session on Thursday, May 30. Starting with at 7 a.m. PT at a private venue, this event is closed to the public.

     The Method Race Wheels Qualifying will determine the starting order in those three classes for the race, as this is the first time in history that all SCORE four races will hold a qualifying session.

SCORE Live will air the Method Race Wheels Qualifying through the SCORE website.

     Start order for all of the other classes in this race will be determined by a random draw for positions within each class.


     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 170 SCORE Baja races.

     This year’s SCORE Baja 500 will start for the 50th time in Ensenada and finish for the 46th time in Ensenada.


     One of the most recognizable and admired figures in all of Baja California, entrepreneur, racer, and race team owner, Rodrigo Ampudia Sr has agreed to be the Grand Mashal for this year’s BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 500.

     Ampudia, 66, of Ensenada, Mexico, co-founder of the popular Papas & Beer night clubs in Ensenada and Rosarito Beach, a multi-time SCORE Baja racer winner, and he is the owner and leader of Team Papas, one of the premier desert racing teams in the SCORE World Desert Championship.

     “This is a unique privilege for SCORE to have an individual of Rodrigo’s stature in Baja California agree to be the Grand Marshal for this year’s BFGoodrich Tires 56th SCORE Baja 500,’ commented Jim Ryan, SCORE Vice-President of Marketing and Sales. “For 40 years, Papas & Beer has been a tradition in Ensenada and Rosarito Beach and Team Papas is one of the most respected teams in all of desert racing. We sincerely thank Rodrigo Ampudia Sr for honoring SCORE by being our Grand Marshal for this race that started the legacy of SCORE on July 26, 1974.”

     Ampudia Sr has earned seven class wins in his SCORE racing career, but will quickly tell you that he is proudest of his three sons and what they continue to accomplish in desert racing.

     “My brother (Rogerio) and I ran our first SCORE race in Class 1/2-1600 in 1986, and we have been a part of SCORE Baja racing ever since,” said Rodrigo Ampudia Sr. “God has blessed our family tremendously and now my three sons are the warriors of Team Papas. I am pleased to be the Grand Marshal for the SCORE Baja 500, an event that means so much to Baja California, Ensenada, and the Ampudia family.”

     In his racing career, Rodrigo Ampudia Sr had three wins in the SCORE Baja 500 (1992, 1994, and 2009), one in the SCORE San Felipe 250 (2009), and three in the iconic SCORE Baja 1000 (1990, 1994, and 2017).

     In his 2017 class victory, Ampudia Sr was the second driver for fellow Mexican patriarch racer Gustavo Vildosola Sr, in the SCORE TT Legend class (SCORE Trophy Truck Drivers over 50 years old), the peninsula race from Ensenada to La Paz that was part of the 50th SCORE Baja 1000 celebration.

     Team Papas second generation racers will all be part of this year’s SCORE Baja 500.  Oldest brother Rodrigo Ampudia Jr, 39, will race in the Pro UTV Open class, and brothers Alan Ampudia, 33, and Aaron Ampudia, 31, will split the driving in the Team Papas SCORE Trophy Truck.

     Together the three brothers won the 2019 SCORE Baja 1000 and this year Alan Ampudia drove solo to win the overall and SCORE Trophy Truck title in the King Shocks 37th SCORE San Felipe 250.


     SCORE President/Race Director Jose A. Grijalva and SCORE Co-Race Director Rodo Fernandez, have put together another memorable race course to challenge the world’s best desert racers. The final distance is 483.06 miles.

     The course runs in a clockwise direction out of and back to the start/finish line compound in Ensenada, traveling through such noted areas as Ojos Negros, Tres Hermanos, El Alamo, Santa Catarina, the Summit (4,140 feet above sea level), Cohabuzo Junction, Saldana, La Ventana access, El Arrajal wash, San Matias Pass, Mike’s Sky Rancho, Simpson’s Road to Valle de Trinidad, West to Llano Colorado, San Vicente Wash, Erendira, Santo Tomas, Uruapan, Rancho El Mezcal, Ojos Negros, and back to the finish line in Ensenada.

     The course has two complete stop physical checkpoints, 240 total virtual checkpoints and 13 speed zones for a total of 40.78 miles.

     Physical Checkpoint 1 is located at race mile 245.64 (near Eolic Field) and Checkpoint 2 is at rm354.71 (Llano Colorado).

     Among the other infamous Baja washes that the course will go through are: El Mezcal Wash, La Rajadura Wash, El Tule Wash, Alamito Wash (before the Summit), En Medio Wash (between the Summit and Cohabuzo), San Matias Wash, Los Encinos Wash, and El Salado Wash.

     All Sportsman classes, Class 11, 5/1600, Baja Challenge and Class 7SX will run a reduced course of a total of 456.91 miles.

     Pre-running starts at race mile 36.95 and finishes at rm446.11. The section from rm9.30 to rm33.12 may be run outbound only on Friday, May 31.


     BFGoodrich Tires, the official tire of SCORE for 48 years, was honored after the 2023 season as the SCORE Pit Support Company of the year for the 33rd time.

     BFGoodrich Tires has been the choice of 35 of the 56 overall winners of the popular SCORE Baja 500 and 33 of the 56 overall winners of the legendary SCORE Baja 1000. BFGoodrich Tires is also the title sponsor of both iconic races again in 2024.

     BFGoodrich Tires also has been the choice of 30 of the 37 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 three overall winners in the SCORE Baja 400.

BFGoodrich Tires has posted a contingency bonus for the overall winner of this year’s race of US$10,000.



Here are the dates for the three remaining 2024 SCORE World Desert Championship which are being held in Baja California, Mexico for the ninth consecutive year:

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 Off Road-Official Light, Method Race Wheels-Official Wheel and Race 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



Arrancará Arturo Salas Jr al frente

en la edición 56 de la BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 500…


El corredor de Tecate, Baja California, será el primer motociclista

en la ruta de 483.06 millas tras celebrarse el sorteo de posiciones


     ENSENADA, Baja California, México—tras realizarse el sorteo de posiciones para las clases que no estarán calificando en la edición 56 de la BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 500, Arturo Salas Junior de 21 años de edad y de Tecate, Baja California, fue el gran afortunado, ya que será el primer competidor en la ruta de 483.06 millas, no solamente en las motocicletas, sino en forma general dentro de la segunda fecha del Campeonato Mundial del Desierto 2024 de Score International.

Salas Junior volverá a contar con Carter Klein, de 19 años de edad y residencia en Agua Dulce, California, como su relevo a bordo de la motocicleta Honda CRF450X número 11x del equipo Hero Racing, pensando en emular lo logrado en la edición 37 de la King Shocks SCORE San Felipe 250 en marzo pasado, una victoria en forma overall dentro de las motos.

El motociclista mexicano fue el ganador overall hace un año de la SCORE Baja 500 en forma overall, al lado de Clayton Roberts de Hesperia, California, pero a bordo de una motocicleta KTM 450XCF.

Un total de 10 competidores forman parte de la clase Pro Moto Unlimited, con Salas y Klein como líderes de SCORE en puntos dentro de esa clase, destacando que el equipo Slam Life Racing saldrá en la séptima posición, de la mano de Justin Morgan, de 34 años de edad y con residencia en El Cajón, California.

Morgan estará compartiendo el asiento de la motocicleta Honda CRF450X número 7x con Mark Samuels, de 34 años de edad y de Yucca Valley, California, así como Tyler Linn de 23 años de edad y de Mona, Utah, quienes buscarán ganar su primera carrera de la temporada de SCORE.

Un total de 243 equipos de los continentes de América, Asia, Europa y Oceanía, fueron parte del sorteo de posiciones, destacando que se cuenta con al menos un corredor de países como Argentina, Australia, Canadá, Estados Unidos, Chile, Ecuador, Francia, Indonesia, Japón, Nueva Zelanda, Perú y el anfitrión México.

Por parte de los Estados Unidos, hay atletas de 25 estados, entre ellos, California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Nueva York y Texas, lo que habla de la importancia de la SCORE Baja 500 en el mundo del Off-Road, no solamente en México, sino en el país de las barras y las estrellas.


En los SCORE Trophy Trucks, Bryce Menzies, de 36 años de edad y de Las Vegas, Nevada, será el primero en la calificación Method Race Wheels, ya que fue el primer piloto en registrarse a bordo de su Ford Raptor Mason número 1.

Menzies ganó el año pasado la SCORE Baja 500 en forma overall, por lo que buscará lograr victorias en forma consecutiva, pero para ello, primero deberá de mantener su manejo estelar dentro de la calificación Method Race Wheels, y luego el sábado 1 en la carrera.

Cameron Steele, de 55 años de edad y de San Clemente, California, quien finalizó quinto en la SCORE San Felipe 250 de este año, será el segundo atleta en buscar su sitio de arranque en la calificación Method Race Wheels, quien nunca ha podido ganar el overall de la SCORE Baja 500 en su brillante carrera dentro del Off-Road.

Alan Ampudia, de 33 años y de Ensenada, Baja California, calificará en el sitio 17, a bordo de su Ford Raptor número 10 del Team Papas, pensando en volver a estar en lo más alto del círculo de los ganadores, algo que sucedió en marzo pasado en el malecón de San Felipe.


En la clase Trophy Truck Spec, se contó con 33 participantes en el sorteo de posiciones, siendo Maverick Gaunt, de 29 años de edad y de Torrance, California, quien saldrá primero a bordo de su Truck Geiser número 258 en la ruta que iniciará y comenzará en el Bulevar Costero de Ensenada.

Durante la última SCORE Baja 500, Jason McNeil de 46 años de edad y de El Cajón, California, estuvo celebrando en Ensenada como el mejor en esta clase, a bordo de su Truck TSCO Chevrolet, quien finalizó en la séptima posición de esta clase en la última SCORE San Felipe 250.


La clase con más registros para la SCORE Baja 500 son los SCORE Trophy Trucks con 34, incluidos 8 de la clase SCORE Trophy Trucks Legend, seguida por la clase Trophy Truck Spec con 33, y en tercero aparece la Pro UTV Open con 23 equipos.

En las motocicletas, la clase con más inscritos es la Pro Moto Ironman con 13, mientras que la Pro Moto Unlimited es segunda con 10 corredores para la segunda fecha del Campeonato Mundial del Desierto 2024 de Score International.


Rodrigo Ampudia Señor, de 67 años de edad y Ensenada, Baja California, será el Gran Mariscal de la edición 56 de la BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 500, quien es el dueño del Team Papas and Beer, por lo que atenderá en eventos oficiales de la carrera a los medios de comunicación, al igual que será el responsable de dar el banderazo de salida a los participantes.

Ampudia Señor, es ganador en 3 ocasiones de la SCORE Baja 500, al llevarse las ediciones de 1992, 1994 y 2009, además de otras victorias en la Baja 1000 y San Felipe 250, pero enfocado actualmente en seguir los pasos de sus hijos Rodrigo Junior, Alan y Aarón en los eventos de SCORE.


El presidente de SCORE y director de carrera, José Abelardo Grijalva y el co-director de carrera, Rodolfo Fernández, le dieron vida en este año a una ruta con lo mejor de Baja California en cuanto a terrenos, que incluye desierto, playas y montañas. La distancia final es de 483.06 millas.

Comenzará y terminará de nuevo en el Bulevar Costero, adyacente al icónico Centro Social, Cívico y Cultural Riviera en el corazón de Ensenada. La inspección técnica y de revisión mecánica previa a la carrera también se llevará a cabo en el Bulevar Costero, el viernes 31 de mayo de 8 de la mañana a 5 de la tarde, tiempo del Pacífico.

El recorrido se realizará en el sentido de las manecillas del reloj, saliendo y regresando al Bulevar Costero en Ensenada, pasando por zonas tan conocidas como Ojos Negros, Tres Hermanos, El Álamo, Santa Catarina, La Cumbre, Cohabuzo Junction, ejido Saldaña, acceso a La Ventana, arroyo El Arrajal, San Matías, el rancho Mike's Sky, bajarán el Simpson, Valle de Trinidad, Llano Colorado, arroyo San Vicente, ejido Eréndira, la delegación de Santo Tomás, ejido Uruapan, Rancho El Mezcal, Ojos Negros, y de regreso a la meta en Ensenada.

El recorrido tiene dos checkpoints o puntos de control físicos, 240 puntos de control virtuales en total y 13 zonas de velocidad para un total de 40.78 millas.

En esta ocasión, el primer checkpoint se ubicará en la milla 245.64 (cerca de los abánicos eólicos de San Matías) y el punto de control 2 estará en la milla 354.71 (Llano Colorado).

Entre los otros desafiantes arroyos de Baja California que atravesarán la ruta, se encuentran: El Mezcal, La Rajadura, El Tule, Alamito (antes del Summit), En Medio (entre el Summit y Cohabuzo), San Matías, Los Encinos, y El Salado.

Todas las clases Sportsman, Clase 11, 5/1600, Baja Challenge y Clase 7SX cubrirán solamente 456.91 millas, ya que contarán con dos “cortes” en la ruta para que puedan llegar en tiempo y forma a la meta.


La revisión mecánica de la SCORE Baja 500 será el viernes 31 de mayo en el Bulevar Costero de Ensenada, de las 8 de la mañana a las 5 de la tarde, actividad que espera reunir a 50 mil personas a lo largo de ese día.

El sábado 1 de junio caerá la bandera verde en el Bulevar Costero, con la primera motocicleta partiendo a las 2:30 de la mañana, mientras que el primer vehículo de 4 ruedas, partirá a las 6:15 de la mañana, teniendo que vencer una ruta de 483.06 millas, y con un tiempo límite para cruzar la meta en Ensenada, de 20 horas.

La ceremonia de premiación se realizará el domingo 2 de junio en el Salón Catedral del Centro Social, Cívico y Cultural Riviera de Ensenada, a las 12:30 de la tarde, recordando que la SCORE Baja 500 será transmitida en vivo por el canal oficial de SCORE en YouTube y también su cuenta oficial de Facebook, con los comentarios del popular Rat Sult desde la rampa de salida y meta.


El jueves 30 de mayo se realizará la calificación Method Race Wheels para los SCORE Trophy Trucks, SCORE Trophy Trucks Legend y Trophy Truck Spec, iniciando con prácticas desde las 7 de la mañana en una sede privada, recordando que en este evento no se permitirá el acceso a espectadores.

De esa manera se definirá el orden de arranque en esas 3 clases para la carrera, siendo esta la primera vez en la historia que todas las fechas de SCORE contarán con esta actividad, con lo que se busca generar mayor derrama económica en las sedes de los eventos, como San Felipe y Ensenada.

La calificación Method Race Wheels será transmitida en vivo por las cuentas oficiales de SCORE en Facebook y YouTube, con la opinión de expertos del Off-Road desde los estudios de SCORE en El Cajón, California.


BFGoodrich Tires, la llanta oficial de SCORE durante 48 años, ha sido galardonada tras la temporada 2023 como la empresa de asistencia en pits de SCORE del año, logro que ha alcanzado ya en 33 ocasiones.

BFGoodrich Tires ha sido la elección de 35 de los 56 ganadores de la popular SCORE Baja 500 y 33 de los 56 ganadores de la legendaria SCORE Baja 1000. BFGoodrich Tires también es el patrocinador principal de ambas carreras icónicas de nuevo en este 2024.

BFGoodrich Tires también ha sido la elección de 30 de los 37 ganadores absolutos de la SCORE San Felipe 250, de las tres carreras del Desafío del Desierto SCORE, de la única edición del SCORE Desafío de Campeones en San Felipe, de la única SCORE Baja Sur 500 y de uno de los tres ganadores absolutos de la SCORE Baja 400.

BFGoodrich Tires ha fijado una bonificación de contingencia para el ganador absoluto de la carrera de este año de 10 mil dólares.

BFGoodrich Tires 56th SCORE Baja 500

Round 2 of four-race 2024 SCORE World Desert Championship

May 29-June 2–483.06 miles–Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

Total Entries: 246 (as of 5/21/24)

(from 25 U.S. States, host Mexico, Argentina, Australia,

Canada, Chile, Ecuador, France, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, Peru)

Pro Cars/Trucks/UTVs

(Starting order, by class)


(Qualifying Order)

1 Bryce Menzies

16 Cameron Steele

87 Dallas Lutrell

70 Kevin Thompson

58 Tracy Graf

89 Mike Walser

94 Christopher Polvoorde

33 Roberto Romo Jr

21 Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola Jr

78 Tracy Poole

85 Mikey Lawrence

46 Toby Price

45 Gary Magness

82 Sam Baldi

83 Luke McMillin

23 Dan McMillin

10 Alan Ampudia

19 Tim Herbst

41 Justin Lofton

11 Rob MacCachren

63 Ruben Torres

9 Ethan Ebert

28 Ryan Daniel

56 Ruben Ledezma

72 Aaron Celiceo

27 Jonathan Brenthel


(Qualifying Order)

*37L Rolf Helland

*1L Gustavo Vildosola Sr

*61L David Payne

*85L Clay Lawrence

*65L Greg Adler

*99L Shawn Runyon

*67L Paul Kraus

*25L Mark Winkelman

CLASS 1 (7)

153 Brad Wilson

168 Cody Reid

138 Kyle Quinn

127 Cody Parkhouse

133 Alberto Varela

162 Brendan Gaughan

165 Dave Mason Jr


(Qualifying Order)

258 Mavrick Gaunt

245 Ethan Hagle

294 Vincent Munoz

236 Michael Marsal

261 Mick Magher

242 Connor McNeil (DOR-Bryce Swaim)

299 Charles Dorrance

207 Mason Cullen

228 Ryan Hancock

260 Santiago Creel

200 Jason McNeil

297 Jorge Sampietro

289 Tanner Rust

205 Joe Delucie

203 Mitch McNeil

238 Elijah Kiger

285 Justin Davis

266 David Ziegler

263 EJ Herbst

219 Thor Herbst

224 Miles Wyatt

241 Stephen Beal

259 Matt Winslow

213 Josh Beyer

282 Brent Fox

290 Isidro Ochoa

273 Jordan Brenthel

209 J. David Ruvalcaba

277 Travis Williams

274 Shane Lewis

232 Chelsea Magness

262 Linc Day

237 Adam Castaneda

CLASS 10 (16)

1006 Freddie Willert

1000 Francisco Vera

1044 Jason Shipman

1077 Dale Ebberts

1002 Matias Arjona IV

1013 Harley Meservey

1020 Carlos Guillen

1067 Tim Pangborn

1019 Alberto Mendez

1047 Zack McLaren

1079 Manlio F. Diaz

1075 Eliseo Garcia

1001 Shane Lowry-4th RS

1014 Bruce Yee-3rd RS

1023 Tamara Myers-2nd RS

1060 Ted Baker-1st RS


1821 Cayden MacCachren

1896 Brock Heger

1886 Branden Sims

1854 Kristen Matlock

1841 Max Eddy Jr

1825 Vito Ranuio

1831 Craig Scanlon

1824 Oscar R. Alvarez

1871 Wayne Matlock

1869 Justin Lambert

1850 Paul Barnhart Jr

1870 Brandon Walsh

1847 Jesus Mendez Jr

1880 Gabe Matthews

1867 Mike Pratt

1876  Mike Cafro

1866 Harrison Weiss

1829 Sierra Romo

1872 Justin Smith

1888 Roger Norman

1889 Paul Munoz Jr

1837 Ronnie Anderson

1861 Mitchell Alsup


2905 Marc Burnett

2944 Phil Blurton

2987 Edgar Garcia

2948 Matt Burroughs

2915 Rickey Arslanian

2956 Bogart Escandon

2906 Zach Selby

2925 Bernardo Perez

2955 Miguel Cortez

2960 Miguel Barraza

2928 Carlos Quezada

2920 Roberto Ruiz

2936 Michael Shell

2992 Sophie Austin

2966 Shane Allen

2951 Herman Johnson

2943 Steve Allen

2962 Jarod Minghini

2980 Bradley Salazar-1st RS

CLASS 7 (4)

703 Scott Brady

711 Richard Fant

718 Luis Vazquez Jr

700 Daniel Chamlee


1201 David Caspino


1974 Ethan Groom

1919 Eva Malabanan

1984 David Pedder

1957 Joe Bolton

1925 Michael McFayden

1926 Robert Aguirre

1951 Mike Podratz

1911 Carlos Waumann-1st RS

CLASS 5 (3)

503 Jon Manikateri

510 Gerardo Ibarra-2nd RS

500 Eli Yee-1st RS


3907 Jeremy Davis

3928 Endy Chavez

3955 Scott Sappington

3926 Yoshua Morquecho

3916 Jeff Embree

3900 Jorge Cano

3919 Anibal Lopez

3930 Douglas Cornwell

3943 Dennis Romero

3905 Mike Hutton

3906 Mark Levrett

3921 Francisco Beltran

3925 Kaden Wells-3rd RS

3914 Carlos Alonso-2nd RS

3957 Bruce Jett-1st RS

CLASS 1/2-1600 (6)

1606 Daniel Goodrich

1644 Roman Pereyra

1662 Julie Boyer

1671 David Valenzuela B.

1675 Emilio Salcido

1656 Raul Ojeda-1st RS

CLASS 8 (1)

809 Josh Klenske

CLASS 3 (1)

390 Ikuo Hanawa

CLASS 5/1600 (1)

561 Zackery Woodruff

CLASS 7F (2)

719F Cesar Gutierrez

700F Justin Park


740 Armando Duron

747 Jim Horne-1st RS


8103 John Marshall

CLASS 11 (2)

1100 Oliver Flemate

1111 Eric Solorzano

Pro Motorcycles


11x Arturo Salas Jr

9x Austin Eddy

8x Fernando Beltran

25x Bryce Stavron

15x Eric Holt

20x Eric Kirby

7x Justin Morgan

13x Adrian Ortiz

64x Grant Kawell

44x Austin Farley

PRO MOTO 30 (5)

317x Ethan Wheeler

311x Juan Valenzuela

354x Felipe Barron

377x Sam Hardy

388x Donald McKenzie-1st RS


110x Armando Ortiz

150x Neithan Davis

151x Brayan Verduzco

133x Julio de Pena Rodriguez

193x Adam Joslin

128x Gustavo Gonzalez-2nd RS

107x Bryan Arias-1st RS

PRO MOTO 50 (2)

547x Mike Prunty

513x Joseph Amey

PRO MOTO 40 (4)

411x Francisco Septien

452x Travis Flateau

400x Alirio Amado

402x Gary Sparks


719x Kadin Guard

745x Patricio Cabrera

788x Brian Roberts

780x Jeff Miller

781x Miguel Luna

724x William Gross

786x Michael Lange

782x Blake Dominguez

748x Will Geyer

756x Francisco Heredia

778x Aaron McDowell

792x Daniel Mastrude

713x Francisco Teran-1st RS

PRO MOTO 60 (5)

628x Mike Kay

616x Harrold Harris

643x Steven McQuery

648x Oscar Hale-2nd RS

649x Donald Lewis-1st RS


834x Scott Purcell

827x Gerardo Rubio-2nd RS

805x Dustin Davis-1st RS

Pro Quads

Pro Quad (2)

31a Estevan Ramirez Jr

11a Daniel Magdaleno


SPT M/C (9)

205x Francisco Rosas

236x Andy Valencia

283x Chad Waite

266x Tyler Harvey

233x Eluminio Berrelleza

250x Ernesto Sosa

209x Stephen McLean

259x Jhoan Sanchez

275x Daniel Felix


138a Gabriel Vazquez

124a Erick Talamentes

137a Jose Miramontes

127a Martin de la Torre

130a Hugo Barreda

157a Nakul Hernandez

114a Sergio Lopez.