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Friday, February 03, 2006

San Felipe Baja 250




Pre-running Starts Friday
Top Truck, Car, M/C and ATV classes have 20 past winnersAmong 300+ entries for 20th Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250
Round 2 of six-race SCORE Desert Series features
Record field for March 11 race in MexicoLOS ANGELES—Celebrating a significant milestone of two decades as a staple of SCORE desert racing, next month’s 20th Annual Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 will include a record field of entries, including 20 past class winners in the top truck, car, motorcycle and ATV divisions. Round 2 of the six-race 2006 SCORE Desert Series, the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Series, will be held March 11 in the quaint fishing village of San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico.SCORE Trophy-Truck leads the way with eight of 12 former class winners in the starting grid in the featured SCORE racing division which debuted in 1994. The unlimited Class 1 has six former champions while Class 22 for open motorcycles has seven former winners and Class 25 for open ATVs has two former champs entered to date.As official course pre-running on the 240.34-mile course begins this Friday, over 300 entries are expected to compete in 24 Pro and 5 Sportsman classes. The green flag will drop at 6 a.m. on Saturday, March 11, for the motorcycle and ATV classes, followed by the car and truck classes two hours later at approximately 8:30 a.m. The start and finish line area for the extended loop, point-to-point course will once again be the landmark San Felipe arches on Highway 5 on the outskirts of San Felipe. All vehicles will have a 10-hour time limit in the elapsed time race and vehicles will start in 30-second intervals. San Felipe is located 120 miles South of the U.S. border at Calexico, Calif.This race actually has a split history since it was first held in 1982. After three consecutive years, the race was not held from 1985 through 1989, returning and running continuously since 1990. From 1985 through 1991, SCORE had a combined desert series with the old Las Vegas-based High Desert Racing Association and the schedule was too full during the first five years of the relationship to hold the San Felipe race. Last year’s race set the current race record of 269 starters. This year’s race is expected to establish a second consecutive record.“San Felipe has been an extremely gracious host for the SCORE racing family and we have many, many fond memories of the first two decades of this great event,” said Sal Fish, SCORE President/CEO who has been part of the organization since shortly after it was founded in 1973. “I honestly believe that many of the competitors are drawn to this race because of the incredible beauty of the course as well as the hospitality of the area. San Felipe, our little jewel on the Sea of Cortez, has some very nice hotels and motels. It also has more campgrounds than anywhere else SCORE races.”Leading the group of former SCORE Trophy-Truck San Felipe winners are Las Vegas brothers Ed and Tim Herbst, who have earned three wins during the last 10 years of this ‘Spring Break’ desert racing classic.The Herbst brothers, driving the No. 19 Terrible Herbst Motorsports Ford F-150 in the marquee SCORE Trophy-Truck division for hi-tech, 800-horsepower, unlimited production trucks, won three consecutive years in 1999, 2000 and 2001. The also won Class 1 in 1995, giving them four career class wins in this race.A pair of two-time Overall 4-wheel vehicle champs in this year’s SCORE Trophy-Truck lineup are Mark Post, San Juan Capistrano, Calif. (1998 and 2004) and Larry Ragland, Cave Creek, Ariz. (1991 and 1995). The second overall win for both veteran drivers was in SCORE Trophy-Truck and this year both are teamed with former Overall Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 Overall and SCORE Trophy-Truck race winners. Post will have 1997 champion Curt LeDuc, Cherry Valley, Calif., splitting driving time in the No. 3 Riviera Racing Ford F-150 while Ragland will be the second driver for Las Vegas’ Brian Collins, who won in 1990, in the No. 12 Collins Motorsports Chevy Silverado.In 1998 Post won the overall and Class 1 title while Ragland won the overall and Class 8 in 1991. Ragland also won Class 1 in 1984, the third year of the race.The other past SCORE Trophy-Truck winners entered are 2003 winners Gus Vildosola, Mexicali, Mexico/Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, in the No. 4 Vildosola Racing Ford F-150 and 1998 winner Juan Carlos Ibarra, Ensenada, Mexico in the No. 32 Ibarra Racing Ford F-150.Jason Baldwin, the defending SCORE Trophy-Truck winner in San Felipe, died tragically last November in a private airplane accident while returning home from the Tecate SCORE Baja 1000.In Class 1 for unlimited open-wheel desert race cars, six former San Felipe winners are entered and nine others are all racing in SCORE Trophy-Truck this year.Defending overall and Class 1 winners Andy McMillin and his father Scott are entered this year in SCORE Trophy-Truck.Scott McMillin, Poway, Calif., racing in the unlimited Class 1, won in 1983 and 1984 in a Porsche-powered Chenowth open-wheel desert race car, with his late father Corky McMillin, the family patriarch of SCORE’s first three-generation McMillin Racing team. Last year, Scott won in Class 1 as co-driver for his son Andy McMillin in a Jimco-Chevy. This year, Andy McMillin will be driving the No. 83 Robby Gordon Racing Chevy CK1500 in SCORE Trophy-Truck with his father listed as a co-driver.Mark McMillin, El Cajon, Calif., (Scott’s older brother) returns was the 2004 Class 1 winner.The other former Class 1 winners in the field are: Dale Ebberts, Canyon Lake, Calif./Ernie Castro Jr., Newport Beach, Calif. (2003), Las Vegas’ Troy Herbst (2000), Ronny Wilson, Long Beach, Calif. (1999), John Herder, Tucson, Ariz. (1997) and Las Vegas’ Pat Dean (1994).Besides the Herbsts, McMillins, Collins, Ragland and Post, the other former Class 1 winner who will be racing in SCORE Trophy-Truck this year is the team Mike Julson, Descano, Calif./Bob Lofton, Westmorland, Calif. (1983, 2002).On the motorcycle side of the popular race, American Honda superstars Steve Hengeveld, Oak Hills, Calif., and Johnny Campbell, San Clemente, Calif., have a total of seven Overall and Class 22 motorcycle vehicle victories, six by Campbell and four by Hengeveld. Campbell’s triumphs came in two three-year spurts winning in 1998 and 2000 with Tim Staab, and 1999 with Cole Marshall, before winning in 2002, 2003 and 2004 with Hengeveld. Hengeveld won his first Overall in San Felipe in 2001 with Jonah Street, Ellensburg, Wash.With Campbell, 35, reducing his racing schedule this year, the third team rider with be Mike Childress, Wrightwood, Calif., who was part of the three-rider effort that won last year’s Tecate SCORE Baja 1000.Two-time Overall Motorcycle champion Larry Roeseler, Hesperia, Calif. (1991, 1992) has moved to 4-wheel vehicles and will be a co-driver for Las Vegas’ Troy Herbst, who won Class 1 and finished second overall to his older brothers in 2000.A race-record total of 42 Pro motorcycles are entered to date in the five Pro classes.The two returning ATV Class 25 and Overall ATV winners are Josh Frederick, Moapa, Nev. (2005) and Mike Cafro, Carlsbad, Calif. (2002). A race-record total of 18 Pro ATVs are already entered in Class 25 for this year’s race.This year Frederick, last year’s SCORE Class 25 season point champion, is teamed with ageless veteran Greg Row, Spring Valley, Calif. (a Class 24 winner in 1991) on a Bombardier Outlander. Cafro is a co-rider for Danny Prather, Ramona, Calif., on a Honda TRX450R.To date, a race-record of 296 official entries have been received for the Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250, led by the unlimited Class 1 and Class 1-2/1600 with 37 each, followed by the featured SCORE Trophy-Truck division with 29, SCORE Lite with 21, Class 25 with 18 and Class 10 with 17. So far, 202 of the entries are cars or trucks and 94 are either motorcycles or ATVs. Late registration will be accepted up until race morning, virtually guaranteeing a final entry list of more than 300 for the first time in the colorful 20-year history of the popular race.Pre-race festivities at the Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 will include the colorful SCORE Midway and tech inspection on the Malecon beachfront in downtown alongside the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Friday (March 10).At 9 p.m. on Saturday (March 11), the awards celebration will be held in front of The Beachcomber Night Club on the Malecon.Following January’s season-opening SCORE Laughlin Desert Challenge, America’s Foremost Desert Racing Series will visit Mexico for the first of three times in 2006. Besides San Felipe, the other two 2006 SCORE races in the rugged and majestic Baja California peninsula will be 38th Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 500 (June 2-4 in Ensenada) and the season-ending granddaddy of all desert races-the 39th Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 (Nov. 15-18), a peninsula run this year starting in Ensenada and finishing in La Paz, Baja California Sur.The 2006 SCORE Desert Series also includes chase for the $50,000 Kartek Off-Road contingency bonus to be awarded to several qualified 2006 SCORE Class point leaders.The 2006 SCORE Desert Series also includes the hunt for the annual Toyota Milestone and $12,000 Toyota True Grit Awards. The prestigious Toyota Milestone Awards are presented to every racer who completes every required mile of every race in the 2006 SCORE Desert Series. The $12,000 Toyota True Grit purse is split among the SCORE season point champions who are also Toyota Milestone award winners in several non-factory-backed classes.Current SCORE official 2006 sponsors are: BFGoodrich Tires-official tire, Sunoco Race Fuels/C.L. Bryant-official fuel supplier, Bilstein-official shock, Instant Mexico Auto Insurance-official Mexican auto insurance, Airstar America-official space lighting provider. Associate sponsors are: Tecate Beer, Coca-Cola of Mexico, Las Vegas Events, Terrible Herbst Inc., Kartek Off-Road, Centrix Financial, Fram, Autolite, Prestone, Suzuki, SignPros, Cotuco, Fideicomiso Publico para la Promocion Turistica de Ensenada, P.C.I. Race Radios, McKenzie’s Performance Products and Advanced Color Graphics.Associate sponsors for the Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 are the Tourism and Convention Bureau of Mexicali/San Felipe, Cotuco and El Dorado Ranch.The race annually provides a greater economic impact to San Felipe than the entire month-long ‘Spring Break’. For more information, contact SCORE at its Los Angeles headquarters 818.225.8402 or visit the official website of the 2006 SCORE Desert Series at http://www.score-international.com/.
TECATE SCORE SAN FELIPE 250All-Time Class ChampionsSCORE Trophy-Truck, Class 1, Class 22, Class 25
PRO CARS & TRUCKSSCORE Trophy-Truck1994—Paul Simon1995—Larry Ragland1996—Robby Gordon1997—Curt LeDuc1998—Juan Carlos Ibarra1999—Ed/Tim Herbst2000—Tim/Ed Herbst2001—Tim/Ed Herbst2002—Dan Smith/DavidAshley2003—Gus Vildosola/Rob MacCachren2004—Mark Post/Jerry Whelchel2005—Jason Baldwin
CLASS 11982—Dan CornwellCLASS 2—William Church/Ray Bates1983—Mike JulsonCLASS 2—Corky/Scott McMillin1984—Larry RaglandCLASS 2—Scott/Corky McMillin1990—Brian Collins/Jack Johnson1991—Walker Evans1992—Bob Richey1993—Mark Newhand1994—Pat Dean1995—Ed/Tim Herbst1996—Brent Grizzle1997—John Herder1998—Mark Post1999—Ronny Wilson2000—Troy Herbst2001—Doug Fortin2002—Mike Julson/Bob Lofton2003—Dale Ebberts/Ernie Castro Jr.2004—Mark McMillin2005—Andy/Scott McMillin
PRO MOTORCYCLESCLASS 221982—Bob Balentine1983—Jack Johnson1984—Dan Smith/Dan Ashcraft1990—Dan Smith/Danny Hamel1991—Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicutt Jr.1992—Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicutt Jr.1993—Danny Hamel1994—Danny Hamel1995—Danny Hamel1996—Paul Krause1997—Tim Staab1998—Johnny Campbell/Tim Staab1999—Johnny Campbell/Cole Marshall2000—Johnny Campbell/Tim Staab2001—Steve Hengeveld/Jonah Street2002—Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell2003—Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell2004—Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell2005—Chris Blais/Andy Grider/Quinn Coy
PRO ATVsCLASS 251984—Brett Driscoll/Craig Corda1990—No entries1991—Mike/Doug Roll1992—Mitch Tevlin/Ron Sanchez1993—Mike McGee1994—Mitch Tevlin1995—Carmen Cafro1996—Jim Knorr/Bruce Engen1997—Kevin Avina1998—Jim Knorr1999—Gilberto Santana2000—John Gregory2001—Jimmy Stephensen2002—Jimmy Stephensen/Mike Cafro2003—John Gregory/Doug Eichner2004—Ruben Martin/Gilberto Santana2005—Josh Frederick/Cyle Chislock/Levi Marana











20th Annual - Baja San Felipe 250, March 10, 11, 2006

Former champs highlight early starting grid for 20th Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250

LOS ANGELES -- As entries continue to surpass record levels, next month’s 20th Annual Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 will undoubtedly feature a battle of former overall champions, including 13 former winners in the 4-wheel divisions and nine former motorcycle champs. Round 2 of the six-race 2006 SCORE Desert Series will be held March 11 in the quaint fishing village of San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico.With nearly 300 entries expected to compete in 24 Pro and 5 Sportsman classes, the green flag will drop at 6 a.m. on Saturday, March 11, for the motorcycle and ATV classes, followed by the car and truck classes two hours later at approximately 8:30 a.m. The start and finish line area for the 240.34-mile loop course will once again be the landmark San Felipe arches on Highway 5 on the outskirts of San Felipe. All vehicles will have a 10-hour time limit in the elapsed time race and vehicles will start in 30-second intervals.Following January’s season-opening SCORE Laughlin Desert Challenge, America’s Foremost Desert Racing Series will visit Mexico for the first of three times in 2006.To date, 278 official entries have been received, led by the unlimited Class 1 with 38. Class 1-2/1600 is next with 36, followed by the featured SCORE Trophy-Truck division with 29, SCORE Lite with 20, Class 25 with 18 and Class 10 with 17. Late registration will be accepted up until race morning.“This is an extremely challenging race course, and that’s part of the lure it has had during the first 19 events,” said Sal Fish, SCORE President/CEO. “It is also a course with incomparable beauty, featuring both Baja ruggedness and diversity, truly a majestic representation of the entire Baja California peninsula. It runs through three storybook Mexican washes—Huatamote, Chanate and the magnificent Matomi. I honestly believe that many of the competitors are drawn to this race because of the incredible beauty of the course.”Leading the group of former overall 4-wheel vehicle champions are Las Vegas brothers Ed and Tim Herbst and Scott McMillin, of Poway, Calif., who have earned three titles each during the first 19 of these ‘Spring Break’ desert racing classics.The Herbst brothers, driving the No. 19 Terrible Herbst Ford F-150 in the marquee SCORE Trophy-Truck division for hi-tech, 800-horsepower, unlimited production trucks, won three consecutive years in 1999, 2000 and 2001.Scott McMillin, racing in the unlimited Class 1, won in 1983 and 1984 in a Porsche-powered Chenowth open-wheel desert car, with his late father Corky McMillin, the family patriarch of SCORE’s first three-generation McMillin Racing team. Last year, Scott won in Class 1 as co-driver for his son Andy McMillin in a Jimco-Chevy. This year, Andy McMillin will be driving the No. 83 Robby Gordon Racing Chevy CK1500 in SCORE Trophy-Truck with his father listed as a co-driver.On the motorcycle side of the popular race, American Honda superstars Steve Hengeveld, Oak Hills, Calif., and Johnny Campbell, San Clemente, Calif., have a total of seven Overall two-wheel vehicle victories, six by Campbell and four by Hengeveld. Campbell’s triumphs came in two three-year spurts winning in 1998 and 2000 with Tim Staab, and 1999 with Cole Marshall, before winning in 2002, 2003 and 2004 with Hengeveld. Hengeveld won his first Overall in San Felipe in 2001 with Jonah Street, Ellensburg, Wash.A pair of two-time Overall 4-wheel vehicle champs in this year’s lineup are Mark Post, San Juan Capistrano, Calif. (1998 and 2004) and Larry Ragland, Cave Creek, Ariz. (1991 and 1995). This year, both veteran drivers will compete in SCORE Trophy-Truck and both are teamed with former Overall Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 race winners. Post will have 1997 champion Curt LeDuc, Cherry Valley, Calif., splitting driving time in the No. 3 Riviera Racing Ford F-150 while Ragland will be the second driver for Las Vegas’ Brian Collins, who won in 1990, in the No. 12 Collins Motorsports Chevy Silverado.Giving the field eight of the last nine Overall 4-wheel champions will be 2003 winners Gus Vildosola, Mexicali, Mexico and Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, in the No. 4 Vildosola Racing Ford F-150.Two-time Overall Motorcycle champion Larry Roeseler, Hesperia, Calif. (1991, 1992) has moved to 4-wheel vehicles and will be a co-driver for Las Vegas’ Troy Herbst, who won Class 1 and finished second overall to his older brothers in 2000.Pre-race festivities at the Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 will include the colorful SCORE Midway and tech inspection on the Malecon beachfront in downtown alongside the azure waters of the Sea of Cortez from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Friday (March 10).At 9 p.m. on Saturday (March 11), the awards celebration will be held in front of The Beachcomber Night Club on the Malecon.Southern California’s Cameron Steele and Richard Boyle received the pole positions for the race in the top two divisions in the computerized drawing for starting positions held on Feb. 6 at the SCORE headquarters in Los Angeles. Steele races in the featured SCORE Trophy-Truck division while Boyle drives in the unlimited Class 1Drawing the first starting slot for the motorcycle classes was Jon Ortner, Santa Barbara, Calif., on a Honda CRF450x. The first ATV off the line will be the Yamaha YFZ450 of Rodrigo Rubio, Menifee, Calif.Steele, 37, an ESPN action-sports announcer from San Clemente, Calif., has entered in three classes for San Felipe. Steele drives the Desert Assassins No. 16 Ford F-150 in SCORE Trophy-Truck.Boyle, 41, Ridgecrest, Calif., is a veteran SCORE racer, teams with 1985 SCORE Class 1 season point champ Ron Brant, 57, Oak Hills, Calif., in a Jimco-Chevy. Boyle/Brant also drew the first start last year in this race.Steele, whose wife Heidi Steele, 30, will make her debut in Class 7SX by drawing first start in her new Ford Ranger, will ride a Suzuki DRZ450 in Class 22 and drive a Desert Assassin-VW in SCORE Lite.Fresh from season-opening class wins in January’s 12th SCORE Laughlin Desert Challenge, Rob MacCachren and Gary Weyhrich find themselves tied for the Overall SCORE Desert Series point lead after one of six-races. Las Vegas’ MacCachren, won Class 1-2/1600 in a 1600cc VW-powered Bunderson while Weyhrich, Troutdale, Ore., captured the unlimited Class 1 in a Jimco-Chevy open-wheel desert race car.MacCachren’s primary racing commitment, however, is in SCORE Trophy-Truck. MacCachren and Gus Vildosola, of Mexicali, Mexico, split the driving time in Laughlin and earned a solid fourth-place finish out of a SCORE record 33 starters in the featured SCORE Trophy-Truck division in the Vildosola Racing Ford F-150.A total of just 16 points separate the top 15 overall point leaders after January’s season-opening SCORE Laughlin Desert Challenge.Third in overall points with 58 after winning the featured SCORE Trophy-Truck division for high-tech, 800 horsepower unlimited production trucks is Las Vegas’ B.J. Baldwin in the Baldwin Motorsports No. 97 Chevy Silverado. For Baldwin, it was his first SCORE class win and it was also the first race for his new SCORE Trophy-Truck, which is prepped and the race crew is provided by Collins Motorsports of Las Vegas.Tied for fourth in overall points with 54 each are Randy Wilson, Lakewood, Calif., who is second in Class 1 in another Jimco-Chevy and the team of Arden Dennington, Tracey, Calif./Mike Malloy, Henderson, Nev., who are second in Class 1-2/1600 in a Fraley-VW.SCORE points are determined both on final finishing position and number of vehicles that started the race within the individual class.The 2006 SCORE Desert Series also includes chase for the $50,000 Kartek Off-Road contingency bonus to be awarded to several qualified 2006 SCORE Class point leaders.The 2006 SCORE Desert Series also includes the hunt for the annual Toyota Milestone and $12,000 Toyota True Grit Awards. The prestigious Toyota Milestone Awards are presented to every racer who completes every required mile of every race in the 2006 SCORE Desert Series. The $12,000 Toyota True Grit purse is split among the SCORE season point champions who are also Toyota Milestone award winners in several non-factory-backed classes.Current SCORE official 2006 sponsors are: BFGoodrich Tires-official tire, Sunoco Race Fuels/C.L. Bryant-official fuel supplier, Bilstein-official shock, Best Of Baja Auto Insurance-official Mexican auto insurance. Associate sponsors are: Tecate Beer, Coca-Cola of Mexico, Las Vegas Events, Terrible Herbst Inc., Kartek Off-Road, Centrix Financial, Fram, Autolite, Prestone, Suzuki, SignPros, Cotuco, Fideicomiso Publico para la Promocion Turistica de Ensenada, P.C.I. Race Radios, McKenzie’s Performance Products and Advanced Color Graphics. Associate sponsors for the Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 are the Tourism and Convention Bureau of Mexicali/San Felipe, Cotuco and El Dorado Ranch.The race annually provides a greater economic impact to San Felipe than the entire month-long ‘Spring Break’.

Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 All-Time Overall ChampionsCars & TrucksYear--Driver(s), Vehicle (Class)1982--Dan Cornwell, Chenowth-VW (Class 1)1983--Corky McMillin/Scott McMillin, Chenowth-Porsche (Class 2)1984--Scott McMillin/Corky McMillin, Chenowth-Porsche (Class 2)1990--Brian Collins/Jack Johnson, Chenowth-VW (Class 1)1991--Larry Ragland, Chevy C1500 (Class 8)1992--Bob Richey/Boyd Cox, Raceco-Porsche (Class 1)1993--Scott Douglas, Ford Ranger (Class 7)1994--Ivan Stewart, Toyota SR5 (SCORE Trophy-Truck)1995--Larry Ragland, Chevy C1500 (SCORE Trophy-Truck)1996--Robby Gordon, Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck)1997--Curt LeDuc, Jeep Grand Cherokee (SCORE Trophy-Truck)1998--Mark Post/Jerry Whelchel, Riviera-Chevy (Class 1)1999--Ed Herbst/Tim Herbst, Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck)2000--Tim Herbst/Ed Herbst, Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck)2001--Tim Herbst/Ed Herbst, Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck)2002--Dan Smith/David Ashley, Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck)2003--Gus Vildosola/Rob MacCachren, Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck)2004--Mark Post/Jerry Whelchel, Ford F-150 (SCORE Trophy-Truck)2005--Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin, Jimco-Chevy (Class 1)MotorcyclesYear--Rider(s), Vehicle1982--Bob Balentine, Honda XR500 (Class 22)1983--Jack Johnson, Honda XR500 (Class 22)1984--Dan Smith/Dan Ashcraft, Husqvarna XR500 (Class 22)1990--Dan Smith/Danny Hamel, KTM (Class 22)1991--Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicut Jr, Kawasaki KX500 (Class 22)1992--Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicut Jr, Kawasaki KX500 (Class 22)1993--Danny Hamel, Kawasaki KX500(Class 22)1994--Danny Hamel, Kawasaki KX500 (Class 22)1995--Danny Hamel, Kawasaki KX500 (Class 22)1996--Paul Krause, Kawasaki KX500 (Class 22)1997--Tim Staab, Honda XR650 (Class 22)1998--Johnny Campbell/Tim Staab, Honda XR650 (Class 22)1999--Johnny Campbell/Cole Marshall, Honda XR650 (Class 22)2000--Johnny Campbell/Tim Staab, Honda XR650 (Class 22)2001--Steve Hengeveld/Jonah Street, Honda XR650R (Class 22)2002--Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda XR650R (Class 22)2003--Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda XR650R (Class 22)2004--Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda XR650R (Class 22)2005--Chris Blais/Andy Grider/Quinn Cody, KTM MXC525 (Class 22)



Baja 250 San Felipe Starting Lineup


March 10-12, 2006 San Felipe, Baja California February 07, 2006 - 10:40:10 2006 Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 DRAWING RESULTS

* Denotes Point Champion

SCORE TROPHY TRUCK
16 Cameron Steele
4 Gus Vildosola
26 John Marking
51 Kory Scheeler
5 Marty Coyne
99 Nick Baldwin
85 Todd Wyllie
3 Mark Post
83 Andy McMillin
19 Ed Herbst
86 Josh Baldwin
20 Mike Julson
6 Travis Coyne
97 B.J. Baldwin
15 Jim Beaver
2 Pete Sohren
12 Brian Collins
62 Mike Voyles
17 Carl Renezeder
96 Bobby Baldwin
60 Mike Voudouris
39 Ron Whitton
28 Alan Pflueger
76 Jesse Jones
32 Juan C. Ibarra
*1 Bob Shepard
55 Luis Wallace
7 Scott Steinberger
38 Garron Cadiente

CLASS 1:
101 Richard Boyle
102 Troy Herbst
103 Dan Myers
104 Mark Peterson
105 Kash Vessels
106 Jeff Quinn
107 Danny Anderson
108 Mark Weyhrich
109 Raymond Potter
110 Ron Brant
111 Michael James
112 Rick Thomas
113 Billy Robertson
114 Damen Jefferies
115 Martin Christensen
116 Brian Parkhouse
117 Randy Wilson
118 Larry Job
119 Joe Myers
120 Dale Ebberts
121 Jim Tucker
122 Ronny Wilson
123 Chuck Hovey
124 John Herder
125 Buddy Feldkamp
126 Gary Weyhrich
127 Cam Thieriot
128 Cesar Fuentes
129 Josh Rigsby
130 Dennis Boyle
131 Luis Ramirez, Jr.
*100 Mark McMillin

CLASS 1/2-1600:
1601 Alejandro Navarrete 1602 Edgar Alvarez
1603 Brent Parkhouse 1604 Arden Dennington 1605 Eric Duran 1606 Gerardo Iribe 1607 Matt Gumz 1608 Carlos Escobedo 1609 Billy Skinner 1610 Scott Kinman 1611 Brian Jeffrey 1612 Mark Playford 1613 Ray Files 1614 Lorenzo Rodriguez 1615 Ed Bonanni 1616 Art Navarro 1617 Brett Maurer 1618 Kevin Walsh 1619 Luis Martinez 1600 Caleb Gaddis 1621 Trevor Streech 1622 Rick Boyer 1623 Mike Sandoval 1624 Rodrigo Ampudia, Jr. 1625 Daniel McMillin 1626 Arturo Velazco 1627 Dave Caspino 1628 Hector Garcia 1629 Curt Geer 1630 John Manring 1631 Brian Burgess 1632 Sammy Ehrenberg 1648 Rick Battey-2nd RS 1649 Adam Pfankuch-1st RS CLASS 3: 301 Ken Leavitt *300 Donald Moss CLASS 5: 501 Michelle Bruckmann *500 Chris Bowman 519 Kevin Carr-1st RS CLASS 5-1600: 551 Brent Shermak 552 Mario Reynoso 553 Danny Ledezma 554 Chad Mayernick 575 Mike Simpson-5th RS 576 Ernesto Arambula-4th RS 577 Mark McAnelly-3rd RD 578 James Tedford-2nd RS *550 Marcos Nunez-1st RS CLASS 7: 701 David Binns 702 Dan Chamlee CLASS 7s 739 Nick Moncure-1st RS CLASS 7sx: 741 Heidi Steele *740 Rich Severson 743 Jeff Lloyd 758 Noe Sierra-2nd RS 759 John Holmes-1st RS CLASS 8: 801 Jamie Galles 802 Joe Patelli 803 Nick Vanderwey *800 Todd Wyllie 805 Rodrigo Ampudia 806 Glenn Greer CLASS 9: 901 Sigal Greenberg 947 Joe Castrey-3rd RS 948 Brian Church-2nd RS 949 Ramon Castro-1st RS CLASS 10: 1001 Chris Wright 1002 Lobsam Yee 1003 Rick Ellison 1004 Mike Williams 1005 Carlos Cortez 1006 Adam Wik 1007 Will Higman 1008 Eduardo Gonzalez 1009 Mark Hutchins 1010 Trevor Scherrer 1011 Ron Dalke *1000 John Cooley 1013 Brian Freemal 1049 Darren Hardesty-1st RS SCORE LITES: 1201 Craig Brabant 1202 Chuck Sacks 1203 Troy Dowies 1204 Mike Halliday *1200 Tim Noe 1206 Randy Ross 1207 Vic Bruckmann 1208 Ricardo Malo 1209 Richard Cassey 1210 Dwayne Reinert 1211 Jim Greenway 1212 Michael Deardoff 1213 Gustavo Pinuelas, Jr 1214 Jason Batulis 1215 Cameron Steele 1216 Stan Potter 1217 Ken Stroud 1218 Hector Garcia 1219 Ken Owens 1220 Greg Gustin CLASS 17: 1701 Bob Land STOCK MINI: 761 Gavin Skilton STOCK FULL: 861 Gregory Foutz *860 John Griffin 863 Terry Henn SPTS. TRUCK: 1501 Chris Solis *1500 Mark Growe 1599 Matt Torian-1st RS SPTS. BUGGY: 1401 Les Martin CLASS 21: 101X Shaun Hanson 102X Kevin Johnson 103X Chad Black CLASS 22: 2X Jon Ortner 3X Alfredo Conterras 4X Cameron Steele 5X Edy Garcia 6X Cory Brewer 7X Robby Bell *1X Steve Hengeveld CLASS 30: 301X Robert Gustine 302X Kevin Smith 303X Robert Laughlin 304X Darin Hecker 305X Chris Parker 306X Rick Curtis 307X Kevin Curtis 308X Brian Pinard CLASS 40: 401 Darin Hayes 402 Michael Laenger *400 Jim O'Neal CLASS 50: 501 Doug Smith 502 Jim Townsend *500 Jim O'Neal CLASS 25: 2A Rodrigo Rubio 3A Arnie Pruneda *1A Josh Frederick 5A Wayne Matlock 6A Tony Baker 7A Roberto Ulloa 8A Sal Carillo 9A Francisco Ruano 10A James Woodford 11A Jeff Hancock 12A John Padgett 13A Adolfo Arellano 14A Christian Fernandez SPTS. M/C UNDER 201X Danny Slanker 202X Kurt Steffien 249X Garrett Tolman-1st RS SPTS. M/C OVER 251X Alastair Hilson 252X Kevin Gogstetter 253X Eugene Lane 254X Chris Guzman 255X Jeff Leonard 256X Scott Roush 257X Dustin Beatty 258X Sean DiIullo 259X Joe West 260X Ricardo De la Pena 261X Brent Downing 262X Craig Bouman 263X Pete Breslin 264X Marcus Martinov 265X Mark Bradford 266X Dan Roush 267X Brianna Mancillas 268X Brandt Anderson 269X Charlie Wilson 270X Scott Mapes 271X Michael Short SPTS. ATV: 51A Oswaldo Walle 52A Miguel Arellano 53A Carlos Sanchez 54A Craig Christy 55A Bill Hackler 56A David McCarroll 57A Ken Pritten




Baja 250 San Felipe SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

Friday, March 10th:Location T.B.A.Express Registration 8:30-10:30 AM

Reg. Registration 10:30-4:30 PM

Media Center 8:30-5:00 PM

Downtown on the Melacon: Contingency 10:00-5:00 PM

Technical Inspection 10:00-6:00 PM

Saturday, March 11th:

At the San Felipe Arches:

Late Reg. & Tech. 5:30-8:00am

Media Center 5:30am-5:00pm

M/C & ATV Start 6:00AM

4-Wheel Vehicle Start 8:30AM

Location T.B.A.:Unofficial Results Posted,For M/C & ATV’s 1:00PM
For 4-wheel 4:00PM

Competition Review Board 7:00PM

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Pflueger a Friend of San Felipe

Honolulu, Hawaii (February 8, 2006) – Alan Pflueger and his Monster Energy Pflueger Racing Team are looking forward to next month’s San Felipe 250. The native Hawaiian won the 2003 San Felipe 250 in the Pro Truck division and is confident that he and his team can re-visit the winner’s stand this year in his No. 28 Monster Energy Drink Chevrolet Silverado Trophy Truck. “We are ready to race,” Pflueger said. “This team has spent weeks preparing for this race, and we know what it takes to win it. We finished second in our class in the 2005 Baja 1000, and finished seventh in Laughlin. We are running well, but this team is hungry to return to the winner’s stand. They’ve given me the equipment, now we’ve got to go out and perform.”The 240-mile adventure will be run over a single-loop, desert course with a 10-hour time limit to complete the race. The race will start in San Felipe, Mexico, beginning on the Gulf of California side and heading north through the coastal desert before veering south through the desert and mountains. Racers then will dash east toward the coast before sprinting north to the finish at San Felipe. Thousands of spectators are expected to watch the race.“San Felipe is sandy, fast and intense, with rough terrain,” Pflueger said. “It really beats you up. It’s going to be a battle and you have to want to win.”Entering the race, Pflueger currently sits in seventh place in the points standings with 41, only 17 points behind leader B.J. Baldwin.Pflueger is one of the rising stars of SCORE International Off-Road Racing. During his first year of racing in 2002, Pflueger won the Primm 300 and the famous Baja 1000 on the Pro Truck series, finishing second in points and earning Rookie of the Year honors. He followed up his first year in racing by winning the Pro Truck Championship in 2003 with wins at the San Felipe 250, the Baja 500 and the Primm 300.Pflueger moved to the elite Trophy Class in 2004, winning the Baja 500 and the Primm 300, and finishing the 2004 season just shy of the championship. He finished 4th in the 2005 Primm 300 and was runner-up in last year’s Baja 1000.Born and raised in Hawaii, Pflueger, 38, is the President of the Pflueger Automotive Group. He resides in Honolulu with his wife, Eleni, and their two sons, Hunter and Max. Pflueger Racing is headquartered in Murrieta, Calif. For more information on Alan Pflueger and the Monster Energy Pflueger Racing Team, visit its website at pfluegerracing.com.