Robby-Bell-Off-Road-Baja-500-6-5-13I’ve come to the realization that I am rarely in my life more focused and aware of my current reality than when I’m on a race bike in Baja. In those moments, nothing else exists; it can’t exist. There is too much at stake to allow my mind to wander. Around any corner, blind rise, or cloud of dust awaits an obstacle be it a vehicle, horse, cow, dog, person, rock, or ditch that I need to be prepared for. Failure to be prepared, present in the moment with unabated focus, can lead to unforgiving consequences. Consequences anyone who has ever raced in Baja is very familiar with.

Perhaps that’s part of the draw of the experience.

In the current form of reality we all experience on a daily basis, complete with endless distractions, experiencing a complete focus, an unyielding awareness of the current moment, is quite a novelty. But in Baja it’s a requirement; It demands this of each rider, each team member, chase driver, even spectator. In its own way, it produces an altered state of consciousness, a heightened state rarely experienced these days, and I believe that’s part of what keeps racers and team members flocking south of the border: the novelty of that experience.

SCORE-Logo-12-20-11SAN DIEGO — Remaining in Las Vegas for the second straight week, Roger Norman’s Dirt Live weekly internet broadcast Tuesday at 7 p.m. Pacific Time will are from Team Ford and feature All-America SCORE Trophy Truck racer Rob MacCachren and Team Ford owner and desert racing champion Steve Olliges. Airing on, the show’s normal broadcast home is the SCORE International tech shop in San Diego.

Roger Norman’s Dirt Live one-hour show is broadcast live weekly and the show is anchored around Norman’s two desert racing series, the SCORE Desert Series and the High Desert Racing Association as well as the new bonus points championship purse program he has developed called the World Championship of Desert Racing. All live events this, will be the 13th weekly Dirt Live show to air.

Tavo-THUMB-Vildosola-SCORE-San-Felipe-250-3-10-13SAN DIEGO—Following final additional data tracking review of their two respective classes, race officials have confirmed youthful SoCal desert racers Cody Parkhouse and Mike Lawrence as class winners in last weekend’s 27th Annual MasterCraft Safety Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 desert race in San Felipe, Mexico.

Following data tracking review and the assessment of penalties for various infractions from missing a virtual check point or a deviation from the prescribed course, Mexico’s vastly popular father/son team of Gustavo Vildosola/Gustavo Vildosola Jr powered past a talented field of 250 starters Saturday to capture the overall and SCORE Trophy Truck victory.

Driving the No. 21 Red Bull Vildosola Racing Ford Raptor in the featured SCORE Trophy Truck division, Vildosola, 59, and Vildosola Jr, 30, covered the rugged and technical 253.0-mile course over much of Mexico’s Baja California Norte in four hours, 13 minutes, 39 seconds at an amazing average speed of 59.85 miles per hour.

SCORE has completely reviewed all available evidence relevant to the Trophy Truck class protest submitted by #97 BJ Baldwin against #21 Gustavo Vildosola, Jr.

The protest alleges that the #21 race vehicle performed a pit service on the highway in violation of SCORE rules within Speed Zone 4 on Highway 5 south of Puertecitos.

A video indicates that a black pickup truck with two male occupants moved directly in front of the #21 race vehicle on the highway and one of the occupants crawled out the sliding rear window and into the open bed. This person reached out and made physical contact with the #21 race vehicle in order to manipulate the front lightbar by using both hands with the intention of adjusting it upward into the correct position. This person then attempted to adjust the lightbar upward with a metal leverage tool.

LOS ANGELES—After 1,920.19 dusty and rugged desert racing miles, 16 of the world’s best desert racers have survived the challenge of the five-race 2012 SCORE Desert Series to earn coveted 2012 SCORE Toyota Milestone Awards. The 16 drivers, competing in 10 different classes, earned their prestigious honors by finishing every required mile in the World’s foremost Desert Racing Series. The 2012 SCORE Desert Series ended recently with the 45th Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 1000.

All 16 drivers will receive their special awards Saturday, Jan. 12 at the Hyatt Regency in Newport Beach, Calif., during the annual SCORE Awards Night celebration of 39 years of SCORE desert racing honoring the 2012 SCORE Desert Series point champions and the winners of the 2012 SCORE Off-Roadsman of the Year awards.

Leading the way are five racers in the featured SCORE Trophy Truck division, two in Class 1 for unlimited open-wheelers and two in Class 1/2-1600 for single or two-seat open wheelers powered by 1600cc VW engines. The total of 16 winners is tied for seventh-most in the 27-year history of the iconic award.

LOS ANGELES—Online voting has begun for the 2012 SCORE Off-Roadsman Awards and will continue until midnight on Dec. 25, officials of the SCORE Desert Series announced today.

Having completed 39 years as the world’s foremost desert racing organization, Los Angeles-based SCORE International will have nine annual SCORE Off-Roadsman Award winners selected by online voting at to which opened today and will close at midnight on Tuesday, Dec. 25.  Two additional SCORE Off-Roadsman categories, Original Chassis Builder and Engine Builder are determined by a special points system.

Winners of the public voting will be honored in January during the SCORE Awards Night which celebrates the five-race 2012 SCORE Desert Series. This is the second year that SCORE has used online voting to determine the award winners. In past years the winners were selected by way of a vote conducted with SCORE members.

When we last updated, the All German Motorsports team was hundreds of miles into the race. The #105 Class 1 was running in the top five in class, and the Trophy Truck had worked its way near the top 10 in class. Everything was going well leading to the driver’s change at San Ignacio at race mile 615 (of 1121). That’s when Baja struck.

In Trophy Truck, Armin Schwarz had moved into the 11th spot (physically, without corrected time being calculated) after starting 31st and having at least one flat tire after hitting a large rock very near the start of the race. At about race mile 580, roughly 35 miles from the driver’s change where Martin Christensen would jump in, the truck began to lose oil pressure.

Race day is here. All the preparation has come down to this. SCORE officials said there are 301 official entries for the 45th running of the SCORE Baja 1000. The dirt bikes and ATVs left the line this morning at 6:30 a.m., and Trophy Truck and four-wheeled vehicles started leaving at 11:30 a.m. to rainy conditions in Ensenada.

Our caravan of All German Motorsports chase trucks rolled into Rice and Beans in San Ignacio at roughly race mile 615. AGM will be doing the driver change for the Trophy Truck at this location, as Armin Schwarz will get out and Martin Christensen will get in and ride to the finish. This also is the location of BFGoodrich’s fifth pit stop.

The Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 brings out fans by the thousands. Americans and Mexicans set up shop at jumps and major road crossings, in the wash near the start of the race and everywhere in between. The locals love the race and the excitement and speed that comes with off-road racing, but sometimes fans take it too far.

We came across a video on Saturday that shows a fan going way too far. If nothing else, it’s an example of what not to do when watching an off-road race. This spectator positioned himself in a large rut hoping to get a cool shot of a buggy jumping over him. One buggy did jump the stupido spectator, and he survived to tell about it, but as the 1204 Class 12 car of Zak Langley comes by, the spectator has nowhere to go. Fortunately Langley avoided him and moved on, but it’s the perfect example of what not to do at an off-road racing. It’s amazing this guy didn’t get hit.

Check out the video below.

LOS ANGELES—With the 2011 season reaching the midway point, the competition in the SCORE Desert Series has never been closer as veteran SCORE Trophy-Truck driver Jesse Jones and young gun unlimited Class 1 racer Justin Davis lead their respective classes and are tied at the top of SCORE point leaderborad following the recent 25th MasterCraft Safety Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250.

SCORE points are based on starting, finishing, placement and number of official starters within each class, Jones, 45, of Litchfield Park, Ariz., and Davis, 17 of Chino Hills, Calif., not only lead their respective classes following Round 2 of the five-race 2011 SCORE Desert Series, they are tied for the SCORE Overall point lead with 139 point each.

Jones, the reigning SCORE Trophy-Truck and SCORE Overall point champion, has finished a very close second in both of the first two races of the season in the No. 1 Jones Motorsports Ford F-250 SCORE Trophy-Truck, while Davis, last year’s SCORE Lite point champion, has won Class 1 in both races in the Green Army Motorsports Chevy-powered ESM open-wheel desert race car.

SCORE racers are now preparing for the season’s next race, the 43rd annual Tecate SCORE Baja 500 to be held June 2-5 in Ensenada, Mexico.  The computerized drawing for starting positions, by class, for Round 3 of the world’s foremost desert racing series, will be held at SCORE’s Los Angeles headquarters on Saturday, April 23. The event will be the second of three SCORE races held annually on the majestic Baja California peninsula.

In starting defense of his impressive championship from 2010 when he won two races in SCORE Trophy-Truck, Jones, a prominent Arizona businessman, started the 2011 season finishing runner-up to Las Vegas’ Bryce Menzies by just 59 seconds in Laughlin and then got even closer to the top of the podium in San Felipe, finishing just 44 seconds behind Las Vegas’ Rob MacCachren.

“The key is to stay in the hunt early and be in a position to win it all at the Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 in November and I would say we are on target so far,” said Jones, who also won the 2001 SCORE Class 8 season point title. “We could have won one or both of the first two races, but both Bryce and Rob did a better job and while we want to win races, it is equally gratifying to win the season point championship in SCORE Trophy-Truck—the most competitive class with the world’s best drivers in the entire sport of desert racing.”

Following his first SCORE Trophy-Truck race win in just his second race in SCORE’s marquee racing division for high-tech, 850-horsepower, unlimited production trucks, rookie Menzies finished sixth in San Felipe and is currently fourth overall and third in SCORE Trophy-Truck points this year with 135 points in the No. 70 Menzies Motorsports Ford F-150.

Picking up his eighth career SCORE Trophy-Truck race win in San Felipe, MacCachren, an eight-time SCORE season point champion, is third in overall and second in SCORE Trophy-Truck points so far after finishing fourth in Laughlin with 138 points, just one shy of Jones and Davis in the No. 20 MasterCraft Racing Ford F-150.

Following consistent seventh and fifth-place finishes in the season’s first two events, Gary Weyhrich, Troutdale, Ore., is fifth in overall points and fourth in SCORE Trophy-Truck with 119 in the No. 98 TSCO Motorsports Ford F-150.

With extremely tight competition, just 40 points separate the top 25 overall point leaders following the first two rounds of the 2011 SCORE Desert Series. And SCORE Trophy-Trucks eight of the top 10 spots in overall points.

While 20 points separate the top five drivers in the SCORE overall point standings, just three points separate the next nine leaders.

After a strong third-place finish in SCORE Trophy-Truck in Laughlin and a 13th in San Felipe, Mexico’s Gus Vildosola Jr., who won last year’s legendary Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 peninsula run with his father Gus Vildosola Sr., is tied for sixth in overall points with 118 in the No. 21 Vildosola Racing Ford F-150 with Adam Householder, Orange, Calif., who drives the No. 24 Blitzkreig Motorsports Chevy Silverado. The Vildosolas are fifth and Householder sixth in the SCORE Trophy-Truck division.

Second in Class 1 and eighth overall is Brian Parkhouse, Long Beach, Calif., with 117 points in a Jimco-Chevy.

Two more SCORE Trophy-Trucks are ninth and 10th in overall points (seventh and eighth in their class) with Mark McMillin, El Cajon, Calif., having 114 points in the No. 23 McMillin Racing Ford F-150 and Sohren, Glendale, Ariz., having 110 points in the No. 2 Speedway Motorsports Ford F-150.

Besides Davis in Class 1, five other racers have won both races to start the year and lead their respective classes: Kevin Carr, San Diego (Class 5, unlimited VW Baja Bug), Dan Chamlee, Carpenteria, Calif. (Class 7, Ford Ranger), Elias Hanna, Ensenada, Mexico (Class 7SX, Ford Ranger), Jessica McMillin, National City, Calif. (Protruck, Ford F-150) and Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va. (Class 4, PSD-Chevy).

Out of Bristol, Tenn., the RPM Offroad team has come out of the box strong and with four entries in Laughlin with three class wins and five entries in San Felipe with two more class wins.

With two lead drivers, Justin Matney, of Bristol, Tenn., leads both Class 8 in a Chevy Silverado and Class 11 in a Stock VW Sedan while teammate Clyde Stacy, of Bristol, Va., leads Class 4 in a PSD-Chevy and he also is a rookie in SCORE Trophy-Truck. Matney’s father John Matney won the Stock Full class in San Felipe to go with Stacy’s second straight Class 4 win.

Jessica McMillin is one of two female drivers leading a class so far this season as Heidi Steele, San Clemente, Calif., leads Class 6 in a Ford Ranger following her class win in San Felipe.

Among the other 2011 SCORE point leaders in car and truck classes after their Laughlin wins are: Perry McNeil, Lemon Grove, Calif. (SCORE Lite, Lothringer-VW), Sergio Salgado, Mexicali, Mexico (Class 10, Jimco-Honda), Donald Moss, Sacramento, Calif. (Class 3, Ford Bronco), Wes Bevly III, Corpus Christi, Texas (Stock Full, Ford F-150) and West Bevly IV, Corpus Christi, Texas (Class 7-2, BajaLite-Chevy).

Besides Jones (SCORE Trophy-Truck) and Davis (SCORE Lite but racing in Class 1 this year), Carr, Chamlee, Moss and Hanna are all defending SCORE season class point champions.

With motorcycles and ATVs racing in the three SCORE Baja races, the overall motorcycle and Class 22 leader with 68 points after their victory in San Felipe is the JCR/Honda team of Colton Udall/Jeff Kargola, both of San Clemente, Calif., on a Honda CRF450X.

Following their Class 24 ATV class win in San Felipe over a field of 17 starters, leading the overall and Class 24 ATV point standings with 77 points is the team led by Brandon Brown, Umatilla, Ore. on a Honda TRX450R. Brown’s co-riders in San Felipe were Jorie Williams, Longview, Wash., Kenny Sanford, Tacoma, Wash., and Robbie Mitchell, Price Utah.

Among the other motorcycle class point leaders are the teams led by David Gonzalez Jr, Chula Vista, Calif. (Class 21, KTM 450XCW), Mike Johnson, El Paso, Texas (Class 30, Honda CRF450X), Mike Prunty, Temecula, Calif. (Class 40, Honda CRF450X), Jim Dizney, Alpine, Calif. (Class 50, Honda CRF450X) and Donald Lewis, Marlborough, Conn. (Class 60, Honda CRF450X).

Leading Class 25 for open ATVs is the team led by Mike Cafro, Bonsall, Calif., on a Honda TRX450R.

After his San Felipe win, leading Class 26 (utility ATVs) on a Can Am Outlander 800 is the team led by Joe Rice, Lomita, Calif.

Round 2 of the 2011 SCORE Desert Series will be the 43rd anniversary of the Tecate SCORE Baja 500, June 2-5 in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.

In addition to season class point championships, the racers are also competing for part of the nearly $400,000 in cash purse and contingency postings each race. Drivers in the Pro car and truck classes are attempting to earn prestigious SCORE Toyota Milestone Awards given to all car and truck class drivers who complete every required mile of the five-race season.  Being presented by Toyota Motorsports for the 26th consecutive year, a total of 37 drivers remain eligible after Round 1 of the 2011 SCORE Desert Series. Racers are also competing for the annual SCORE Off-Roadsman of the Year awards, including the MasterCraft Safety SCORE Rookie of the Year award.

Current SCORE official annual sponsors are: BFGoodrich Tires-official tire, Volkswagen of America-official vehicle, Sunoco Race Fuels -official fuel supplier, Bilstein-official shock, Instant Mexico Auto Insurance-official Mexican auto insurance and Slime-official tire sealant. Associate sponsors are: Tecate Beer, Coca-Cola of Mexico, Las Vegas Events, Blue C Advertising, SignPros, P.C.I. Race Radios, McKenzie’s Performance Products and Advanced Color Graphics.

While Tecate is title sponsor of the 43rd Tecate SCORE Baja 500, additional race sponsors are the Office of the Secretary of Tourism of Baja California and ProTurismo de Ensenada.

For more information, contact SCORE at its Los Angeles headquarters 818.225.8402 or visit the official website of the 2011 SCORE Desert Series at

Top 25 Overall Cars and Trucks

(Position, Drivers, Vehicle-Engine, Class, Points)
1. Jesse Jones, Litchfield Park, Ariz., Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck), 139
1. Justin Davis, Chino Hills, Calif., ESM-Chevy (Class 1), 139
3. Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck), 138
4. Bryce Menzies, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck), 135
5. Gary Weyhrich, Troutdale, Ore., Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck), 119
6. Gus Vildosola Jr., Mexicali, Mexico, Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck), 118
6. Adam Householder, Orange, Calif., Chevy Silverado (SCORE Trophy-Truck), 118
8. Brian Parkhouse, Long Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy (Class 1), 117
9. Mark McMillin, El Cajon, Calif., Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck), 114
10. Pete Sohren, Glendale, Ariz., Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck), 110
11. Damen Jefferies, Apple Valley, Calif., Jefferies-Chevy (Class 1), 108
12. Steve Appleton, Boise, Idaho, Jimco-Chevy (Class 1), 107
13. Jesse Ashcraft, San Marcos, Calif., Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck), 106
14. Perry McNeil, Lemon Grove, Calif., Lothringer-VW (SCORE Lite), 105
14. Kevin Carr, San Diego, VW Baja Bug (Class 5), 105
14. Dan Chamlee, Carpenteria, Calif., Ford Ranger (Class 7), 105
14. Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va., PSD-Chevy (Class 4), 105
14. Elias Hanna, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Ranger (Class 7SX), 105
14. Jessica McMillin, National City, Calif., Ford F-150 (Protruck), 105
20. Daniel McMillin, El Cajon, Calif., Jimco-Chevy (Class 1), 103
21. Ken Losch, Tempe, Ariz., Chevy Silverado (SCORE Trophy-Truck), 101
22. Josh Rigsby, Santa Fe, N.M., Penhall-Chevy (Class 1), 100
23. Justin Matney, Bristol, Tenn., Chevy Silverado (Class 8), 99
24. Noah Ostanik, Encinitas, Calif., Ford F-150 (Class 8), 99
25. Rafael Navarro IV, Temecula, Calif., Jimco-VW (SCORE Lite), 99

2011 SCORE Desert Series Class Point Leaders
(NOTE: Motorcycles, ATVs and SPT UTVs race in the three SCORE Baja races)

Pro Cars and Trucks

SCORE TROPHY-TRUCK—1. Jesse Jones, Litchfield Park, Ariz., Ford F-150, 139; 2. Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (1), 138; 3. Bryce Menzies, Las Vegas, Ford F-150 (1), 135; 4. Gary Weyhrich, Troutdale, Ore., Ford F-150, 119; 5. (Tie) Gus Vildosola Jr., Mexicali, Mexico, Ford F-150 and Adam Householder, Orange, Calif., Chevy Silverado, 118; 7. Mark McMillin, El Cajon, Calif./Chuck Hovey, Escondido, Calif., Ford F-150, 114; 8. Pete Sohren, Glendale, Ariz., Ford F-150, 110; 9 Jesse Ashcraft, San Marcos, Calif., Ford F-150, 106; 10. Ken Losch, Tempe, Ariz./Greg Nunley, Tulare, Calif., Chevy Silverado, 101; 11. Nick Vanderwey, Phoenix, Chevy Silverado, 94; 12. Cameron Steele, San Clemente, Calif., GMC Sierra, 85; 13. Lloyd Sproule, Canada, Ford F-150, 83; 14. B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado, 77; 15. Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va./Justin Matney, Bristol, Tenn., Chevy Silverado, 75.

CLASS 1—1. Justin Davis, Chino Hills, Calif., ESM-Chevy (2), 139; 2. Brian Parkhouse, Long Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 117; 3. Damen Jefferies, Apple Valley, Calif., Jefferies-Chevy, 108; 4. Steve Appleton, Boise, Idaho, Jimco-Chevy, 107; 5. Daniel McMillin, El Cajon, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 103; 6. Josh Rigsby, Santa Fe, N.M., Penhall-Chevy, 100; 7. Dan Martin, Monrovia, Calif., Racer-Chevy, 88; 8. Randy Wilson, Lakewood, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 82; 9. Ronny Wilson, Long Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 77; 10. Conan Barker, Whittier, Calif., Jimco-Chevy, 76.

CLASS 1-2/1600—1. Luke McMillin, El Cajon, Calif., AlumiCraft-VW, 98; 2. Brad Wilson, Long Beach, Calif., Penhall-VW, 90; 3. Arturo Velazco/Abel Velazco, Banning, Calif., Porter-VW, 87; 4. Cody Robinson, El Cenro, Calif./Roberto Romo, Mexicali, Mexico, Romo-VW (1), 86; 5. (Tie) Arnoldo Ramirez, Ensenada, Mexico, Curry-VW and Brian Wilson, Long Beach, Kreger-VW, 72.

CLASS 3—1. Donald Moss, Sacramento, Calif., Ford Bronco (1), 40.

CLASS 5—1. Kevin Carr, San Diego, VW Baja Bug (2), 105; 2. (Tie) Victor Cesena, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, VW Baja Bug and Cody Kellog, Cypress, Calif., VW Baja Bug, 99.

CLASS 5/1600—1. Emilio Salcido, Mexicali, Mexico VW Baja Bug (1), 65.

CLASS 6—1. Heidi Steele, San Clemente, Calif./Rene Brugger, San Diego, Ford Ranger (1), 96; 2. Marc Burnett, Chula Vista, Calif., Ford Ranger, 83; 3. David Caspino, Woodland Hills, Calif., Ford Ranger (1), 74.

CLASS 7—1. Dan Chamlee, Carpenteria, Calif., Ford Ranger (2), 105.

CLASS 7SX—1. Elias Hanna, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Ranger (2), 105; 2. Rich Severson, Tucson, Ariz., Ford Ranger, 59.

CLASS 8—1. (Tie) Justin Matney, Bristol, Tenn., Chevy Silverado (1), and Noah Ostanik, Encinitas, Calif., Ford F-150 (1), 99.

CLASS 9—1. Luke Babb, Monrovia, Calif., Jimco-VW, 45.

CLASS 10—1. Sergio Salgado, Mexicali, Mexico, Jimco-Honda, 93; 2. John Langley, Santa Monica, Calif., Racer-Chevy, 82; 3. Matt Cullen, Long Beach, Calif., AlumiCraft-VW (1), 78.

SCORE LITE—1. Perry McNeil, Lemon Grove, Calif., Lothringer-VW, 105; 2. Rafael Navarro IV, Temecula, Calif., Jimco-VW, 99; 3. Zak Langley, El Segundo, Calif., SmithFab-VW, 88; 4. Jaime Huerta, San Luis, Ariz., Curry-VW, 83; 5. Steven Eugenio, Alpine, Calif./Adam Pfankuch, Oceanside, Calif., Prill-VW (1), 75.

CLASS 11—1. Justin Matney, Bristol, Tenn., VW Sedan (1), 75; 2. Matt Cullen, Long Beach, Calif., VW Sedan, 66.

STOCK FULL—1. Wes Bevly III, Corpus Christi, Texas, Ford F-150 (1), 95; 2. John Matney, Bristol, Va., Dodge Ram2500 (1), 65.

PROTRUCK—1. Jessica McMillin, National City, Calif., Ford F-150 (2), 105.

CLASS 7-2—1. Wes Bevly IV, Corpus Christi, Texas, BajaLite-Chevy (1), 95; 2. Bruce Finchum, Mesa, Ariz., TrophyLite-Chevy (1), 65.

CLASS 4—1. Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va., PSD-Chevy (2), 105.

Pro Motorcycles

CLASS 22—1. Colton Udall, San Clemente, Calif./Jeff Kargola, San Clemente, Calif., Honda CRF450X (1), 68; 2. Shane Esposito, Lake Elsinore, Calif./Bobby Garrison, Hesperia, Calif./Steve Hengeveld, Oak Hills, Calif., Kawasaki KX450F, 62; 3. A.J. Stewart, Jamul, Calif./Bryce Stavron, Palmdale, Calif./Donald Stanley, San Clemente, Calif./Kyle Corfman, El Centro, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 58.

CLASS 21—1. David Gonzalez Jr/Carlos Casas, Chula Vista, Calif., KTM 450XCW (1), 67; 2. Adam Neuwirth, Los Angeles/Salvador Hernandez, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda CRF450X, 61; 3. David Kleiman, Carlsbad, Calif./Mike Gress, Anaheim Hills, Calif./Chad Earl, Huntington Beach, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 57.

CLASS 30—1. Mike Johnson, El Paso, Texas/Steve Garnett, Carson City, Nev., Honda CRF450X (1), 67; 2. Francisco Septien, Ensenada, Mexico/Jason Trubey, Henderson, Nev./Noe Ibarra, Banning, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 61; 3. Bill Witt, Henderson, Nev./Kevin Johnson, Boulder City, Nev./Jesse Sharpe, Escondido, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 57.

CLASS 40—1. Mike Prunty, Temecula, Calif., Honda CRF450X (1), 65; 2. Oscar Fazz, Yuma, Ariz./Randy Harmon, Peoria, Ariz./Derek Ball, Yuma, Ariz., Kawasaki KX450F, 59; 3. Jeff Kaplan, Thousand Oaks, Calif./Louie Franco, Sherman Oaks, Calif./Ron Wilson, Encinitas, Calif./Andrew Wilkinson, Temecula, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 55.

CLASS 50—1. Jim Dizney, Alpine, Calif./Doug Smith, Upland, Calif./Eric McKenna, Loomis, Calif./Steve Williams, Tehachapi, Calif./Paul Doebereiner, La Quinta, Calif., Honda CRF450X (1), 65; 2. Jim O’Neal, Simi Valley, Calif./ Andy Kirker, Santa Ana, Calif./Tim Withers, Pepeekeo, Hawaii/Lee Scheffers, Riverside, Calif./Marc Prince, Malibu, Calif., Honda CRF450X, 59.

CLASS 60—1. Donald Lewis, Marlborough, Conn./Sam Dempsey, Lake Balboa, Calif./Bob Gates, Hesperia, Calif./Jim O’Neal, Simi Valley, Calif./Randy Dugan, Upland, Calif., Honda CRF450X (1), 65.

Pro ATVs

CLASS 25—1. Mike Cafro, Bonsall, Calif./Beau Baron, Atascadereo, Calif./Levi Marana, Hemet, Calif., Honda TRX450R (1), 70; 2. Roberto Ruiz, El Centro, Calif./Rodolfo Navarro, Mexicali, Mexico/Carlos Apdali/Ivan Mejorado, Tecate, Calif., Honda TRX450R, 64; 3. Christian Vera, Lemon Grove, Calif./Adolfo Arellano, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 60; 4. Craig Christy, Burbank, Calif./Dave Scott, Belen, N.M./Andy Lagzdins, Playa del Rey, Calif./Garren Fuller, Santee, Calif., Honda TRX700XX, 57.

CLASS 24—1. Brandon Brown, Umatilla, Ore./Jorie Williams, Longview, Wash./Kenny Sanford, Tacoma, Wash./Robbie Mitchell, Price, Utah, Honda TRX450R (1), 77; 2. Heriberto Marquez/Julio Gomez/Adrian Lopez, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 71; 3. Juan Sanchez/Raul Cano/Angel Sanchez/Danny Salazar, Chula Vista, Calif., Honda TRX450R, 67; 4. Felipe Velez, San Felipe, Mexico/Roberto Villalobos, Tecate, Mexico/Victor Lopez/Cesar Lopez, San Felipe, Mexico, Honda TRX450R, 64; 5. Guillermo Berenger/Alejandro Gomez/Jose Ramirez, Mexicali, Mexico, Honda CRF450X, 62.

CLASS 26—1. Joe Rice, Lomita, Calif./Tim Winiarski, Carson, Calif., Can Am Outlander800 (1), 65.


SPT TRUCK—1. Nick Tonelli, Huntington Beach, Calif., Ford Ranger (1), 90

SPT CAR—1. Peter Lang, Santa Rosa, Calif., Homebuilt-Buck (1), 65.

SPT UTV—1. Bill Morris, Bakersfield, Calif., Polaris RZR4 (1), 65.

SPT M/C 450cc<—1. Issac Cisneros, San Diego, Yamaha YZF450 (1), 69.

SPT M/C 450cc>—1. Ulises Fierro, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda CRF450X (1), 75.

SPT ATV—1. Ivan Espinoza, Mexicali, Mexico, Honda TRX45