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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

San Felipe Baja Race LIVE Coverage March 12

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STARTING ON MARCH 10, 9 AM

On Friday March 14:
10 AM-6 PM
Pre-race festivities at the Baja 250 will include the colorful Malecon and technical inspection on the beachfront alongside the blue-green waters of the Sea of Cortez.

On Saturday March 15:
RACEDAY
6 AM LIVE Coverage Starts
This 232-mile race, will start with the famous "green flag" dropping at 6 AM on Saturday, March 15, for the motorcycle and ATV classes, followed three hours later by the car and truck classes at approximately 10 AM. The start line for the race will once again be the landmark San Felipe Arches on Highway 5 at the gateway of San Felipe. The race will finish just south of the Arches, directly behind the Tecate building. One vehicle will start every 30 seconds in the elapsed-time race, with a 10-hour time limit to become an official finisher.
LIVE COVERAGE runs until the last racers are in camp.

On Sunday March 16:
10 AM Awards Ceremony
LIVE AFTER THE CEREMONY
Plaza on the Malecon.

LAST UPDATE MARCH 10 12 AM



BAJA 250 RACE PITS REPORT

5 full service pits at this year's Baja 250 at approx. every 50 Miles. Pits services available are a choice of full service support. Including: hauling fuel & spares, lubricants, welding, repairs, water & racer supplied food, Hospitality for chase crews and the most dedicated team of race support crews on the peninsula. Contact SPEED MEX for additional details. speedmex@cox.net

BAJA 250 RACE PITS
LOCATED AT:
PIT #1, RM 40
PIT #2, RM 90
PIT #3, RM 130
PIT #4, RM 170
PIT #5, RM 210
























Telliers Odds for the Baja 250 2008

TROPHY TRUCKS: (19)
2 Pete Sohren PP's race … to lose 3 to 1
*1 Mark Post Wants to deprive pistol of ammo 2 to 1
97 B.J. Baldwin Will attack 2 to 1
16 Cameron Steele Needs to "iron" out issues 4 to 1
38 Garron Cadiente Must smoke #16 by Tres Palos 2 to 1
4 Gus Vildosola Tavo can't let up 2 to 1
33 Chad Ragland Unproven ? to 1
96 Bobby Baldwin Top Third 5 to 1
51 Kory Scheeler DARK HORSE! 4 to 1
7 Scott Steinberger Going through the motions? 5 to 1
12 Brian Collins Got mo' power 2 to 1
84 Nick Vanderwey Too new to tell 6 to 1
55 Luis Wallace Good draw ... For Nick-O-Demus 9 to 1
85 Todd Wyllie Sneak Attack 2 to 1
35 Robbie Pierce Mastering his craft! 5 to 1
54 Jesse James Put Brad Pitt behind the wheel 9 to 1
8 Roger Norman Should BUY the course 7 to 1
22 Damen Jefferies Not what he used to be 5 to 1
39 Ron Whitton "Unlucky" 5 to 1

CLASS 1: (18)
*100 Billy Gasper Got some buffers 3 to 1
101 Dale Lenk Not missing that much anymore 4 to 1
102 Brian Hudson Down the River 9 to 1
103 Brian Parkhouse Ever-troubled 6 to 1
104 Armin Schwarz In the clutches 3 to 1
105 John Harrah Vibroso not answer 6 to 1
106 Eric Chase Rookie no more 2 to 1
107 B.J. Richardson Will put on a show 2 to 1
108 Chuck Dempsey Somethin' just not clickin' 5 to 1
109 Jeff Farris Not a big wheel 9 to 1
110 Luis Ramirez No es' 'ueno 8 to 1
111 Pat Dean TOP TIP 2 to 1
112 Paul Keller "class1.com"? 7 to 1
113 Josh Rigsby 90% 6 to 1
114 Dale Ebberts Always strong 2 to 1
115 Enrique Bujanda "Who?" -- will do well 4 to 1
116 Robert Ross It all depends … 4 to 1
149 Craig Bouman-1st RS No "RS" in "Cl 1", OK? 9 to 1

CLASS 1/2-1600: (17)
1601 Brent Parkhouse Will learn a thing ... Or three 5 to 1
1602 Cory Boyer TOP PICK 2 to 1
1603 Jorge Sanchez 9 to 1
1604 Hiram Duran Durans can! 3 to 1
1605 Cody Robinson 9 to 1
1606 Luis Martinez 9 to 1
1607 "Pacho" Garcia DARK HORSE 3 to 1
1608 Victor Barreda 9 to 1
1609 Arturo Velazco Twins need a win 4 to 1
1610 Ramiro Escobedo 4 to 1
*1600 Dave Caspino Will not let off! 3 to 1
1612 Ricardo Cons Good CODE racer 5 to 1
1645 Adam Pfankuch-5th RS BEST BET 2 to 1
1646 Eliseo Garcia-4th RS Fastest "unknown" 3 to 1
1647 Arnoldo Gutierrez-3rd RS 9 to 1
1648 Juan Jose Gallo-2nd RS Local favorite 4 to 1
1649 Jose Delgado-1st RS 9 to 1

CLASS 3:(2)
301 Donald Moss Shoe-in EVEN
302 Alejandro Cancino Also-ran 9 to 1

CLASS 5:(3)
501 Kevin Carr Competitive 2 to 1
502 George Seeley Will win or get points 2 to 1
519 Carlos Albanez-1st RS 7 to 1

CLASS 5-1600:(10)
551 Pedro Athie Abodago-de-Truck Returns 5 to 1
552 Ernie Negrete Dah Boyz need to perform 3 to 1
553 Gustavo Avina 9 to 1
554 Trevor Anderson 9 to 1
555 Tommy Craft Not a master craft 6 to 1
*550 Mario Reynoso Strong 3 to 1
576 Ernesto Arambula-4th RS Tito hard-o to beat-o 2 to 1
577 Jose Montoya-3rd RS 9 to 1
578 Enrique Zazueta-2nd RS 9 to 1
579 Marcos Nunez-1st RS No Kink(o)s in his program 2 to 1

CLASS 7: (4)
*700 Dan Chamlee Easy win 2 to 1
701 Brandon Walsh 6 to 1
702 Sergio Torres 8 to 1
714 Rick Battey-1st RS If Dan stumbles ... 4 to 1

CLASS 7SX: (8) *740 Rich Severson Towers above all competitors 2 to 1
741 Alberto Iriarte Not delivered 5 to 1
742 Heidi Steele Timmy tough team addition 5 to 2
743 Noe Sierra Tough team 3 to 1
744 Kurt Youngs Cruizin' 6 to 1
757 Carl Sosa-3rd RS Not a slammer 7 to 1
758 John Holmes-2nd RS The team to beat 2 to 1
759 Ted Moncure-1st RS Everything solid … 'cept finishes 99 to 1

CLASS 8: (4)
801 Rodrigo Ampudia New arms the answer?! 3 to 1
802 Noah Ostanik Break-through? 3 to 1
803 Beny Canela Ultra-savvy 4 to 1
839 Dean Wayman-1st RS Way out, I say 9 to 1

CLASS 10: (4)
1001 Mark Hutchins Runs too hard? 2 to 1
1002 Brendan Fikes Back off -- and win! 3 to 1
1003 Mikey Lawrence Has produced 4 to 1
1004 Javier Buelna "Beam" car?! 5 to 1

CLASS 11: (4)
1101 Jim Graham Not cracked up to be winner 9 to 1
1100 Ramon Fernandez-3rd RS 2 to 1
1148 Solorzano Loser Even
1149 John Ledyard-1st RS 9 to 1

SCORE LITES: (13)
1201 Steve Mamer Looking for an improving season 4 to 1
1202 Victor Valdez Oil slick? 9 to 1
1203 Luis Barragan SPOILER 3 to 1
1204 Bill Hernquist Should be doing better! 4 to 1
*1200 Tom Watson No one else … Even
1206 Ricardo Malo Not "bad" 3 to 1
1207 Rick St.John Top Tip … for 2nd 2 to 1
1208 Ty Godde Getting desperate? 4 to 1
1209 Gary Johnson First big event! 6 to 1
1210 Lee Banning Well-anchored 5 to 1
1211 Dave Callaway Top Three 3 to 1
1212 Michael Bennett Second tier 4 to 1
1213 Javier Buelna W/D 2/20 xxx xxx
1214 Pedro Morquecho 7 to 1
1249 Bob Carr-1st RS 7 to 1

PROTRUCK: (2)
233 Max Post We'll see 9 to 12
xx Chuck Harris Too sceered? 1000 to 1

STOCK MINI: (1)
761 Steve Kovach Ever-learning 5 to 1

STOCK FULL: (3)
861 Josh Hall Too close to call 2 to 1
*860 John Griffin Has to run on the edge 2 to 1
879 Clyde Stacy-1st RS 9 to 1

SPORTSMAN BUGGY: (2)
1401 George Jackson Best chance for a win 2 to 1
*1400 Peter Lang Jeez … 8 to 1

SPORTSMAN TRUCK:(1)
*1500 Keith Growe Chaser champion 4 to 1

SPORTMAN UTV:(3)
*1800 Thomas Graves 100 to 1
1801 Jeff Serrano Not hot 100 to 1
1802 James Oliver 100 to 1

CLASS 20:(3)
151x Chad Black 5 to 1
152x Larry Perkins 5 to 1
179x Anna Cody Big gal on small bike 3 to 1

CLASS 21:(5)
101x Mariano Escobar 9 to 1
102x Mike Crawford Easy win Even
103x Bernard Bohrer 9 to 1
104x Cody Wallis 9 to 1
105x Edy Garcia Will not lay over 2 to 1

CLASS 22:(12)
*1x Robby Bell Will pressure 1 to 1
2x Quinn Cody Will beat OA car? 2 to 1
3x Nick Saia 9 to 1
4x Luis Ramirez 9 to 1
5x Steve Hengeveld Contract issues? ? to 2
6x Ralph Barrera 9 to 1
7x Ryan Penhall 9 to 1

See you in Felipe Tony!

PreRunning Started Saturday, March 1, PIT LOCATIONS will be at RM 93 and RM 122. Provided food, water, energy drinks, shade, welder, tools, good times!




San Felipe Baja Racing News.com PreRunning LIVE COVERAGE STARTS MARCH 12! Baja 250 race weekend March 14-15
San Felipe marks Baja Racing News 3 Years of LIVE Racing!






Baja Mexico’s dead village of San Felipe, located on the East side of the Baja California peninsula. Entries from 20 states and six countries are expected to compete in 28 Pro and 6 Sportsman classes in the 232-mile race, the green flag will drop at 6 a.m. on Saturday, March 15, for the motorcycle and ATV classes, followed three hours later by the car and truck classes at approximately 10 a.m. The start line for the race will once again be the landmark San Felipe Arches on Highway 5 on the outskirts of San Felipe. The race will finish just south of the Arches, directly behind the Tecate building. One vehicle will start every 30 seconds in the elapsed-time race, with a 10-hour time limit to become an official finisher.
“I just recently returned from finalizing the race course for the Baja 250 in San Felipe, and I'm pleased to report that we have 232 miles of what the sunny side of Baja is all about…moguls, more moguls, sand, silt, canyons, washes, rocks, and a few graded roads”.






Racing there started in 1973. “After the start, the race will proceed north towards Zoo Road. San Felipe’s new delegate, Hazael Sierra Castillo, is blading the area approaching the Zoo Road Crossing, which will make it a safer approach than in the past. The area will be fenced and patrolled so that spectators can watch the action but not put themselves in way of the action. I really believe racers are really going to enjoy this course. It has everything that makes SCORE desert racing in Baja so challenging and memorable.”
This will be the first time that SCORE will run through the majestic Matomi Wash at the start of the race instead of near the end. After Matomi, the challenging course will run through two more of the infamous Baja washes—Azufre and Huatomote before heading back Northwest for the final 19.6 miles to the finish line.
"Desert racing is like nothing else in life,” said Mark Post, 50. “Sometimes you face incredibly difficult challenges that test you both physically and mentally and put you on the edge…there is nothing better. Heading to San Felipe with the opportunity to put the No. 1 Trophy-Truck in victory circle is always exciting. Of course, this is one of my favorite races of all time and we’ve been very good here in the past.
Post continues, "My son, Max (Post, 17), will debut his Riviera Racing Protruck and we are excited to turn him loose.”
Arizona veteran desert racer Pete Sohren and Southern California’s rising star Robby Bell received the pole positions for four-wheel and two-wheel vehicles in the computerized drawing for starting positions. Sohren races in the featured Trophy-Truck division while Bell competes in Class 22 for open motorcycles. Drawing the first starting slot for the unlimited Class 1 open-wheel desert race cars is defending season point champion Billy Gasper, Chino Hills, Calif. Riding the first ATV off the line will be defending Overall ATV and Class 25 point Champion Danny Prather, Ramona, Calif. Sohren, 43, of Glendale, Ariz., is a veteran desert racer who has won Class 5 (unlimited VW Baja Bugs) twice in this race (1997 and 2001). He now drives the No. 2 Ford F-150 Trophy-Truck, finishing eighth in season points last year after a solid fourth-place finish in the 40th Baja 1000. With 20 entries so far in the class for 800 horsepower, unlimited production trucks, Sohren will lead a strong field in Trophy-Truck that features many of the world’s top desert racers.
Bell, 22, of Sun City, Calif., who has won the overall and Class 22 title in this race the past two years will team with legendary Baja racer Johnny Campbell, 37, San Clemente, Calif., riding the No. 1x Johnny Campbell Racing Honda CRF450X. To date, Class 1-2/600 has the most entries with 25 followed by Trophy-Truck with 20, Class 1 with 19, Lite with 15 and Class 5/1600 with 10. Late registration will be accepted up until race morning and as many as 50 additional late entries are still expected. Among the Pro Motorcycle classes, Class 22 (open) has 12 entries and Class 30 (riders 30 years and over) has eight. Leading the Pro ATV entries so far is Class 25 (open) with 12. Gasper, 40, who won last season’s Class 1 season point championship with his brother Dave, will drive the No. 100 Chevy-powered Porter open-wheel desert race car in Class 1. Helping Prather, 27, lead the ATV entries off the line in a Honda TRX450R will be riding mates Mike Cafro, 37, Bonsall, Calif., Levi Marana, 22, Hemet, Calif., and Chad Prull, 32, Laveen, Ariz. Besides Sohren and Post/MacCachren, the Trophy-Truck field also includes 2006 overall and Trophy-Truck race winner Garron Cadiente, Mesa, Ariz., in the No. 38 GNR Racing Ford F-150.
Post also won the overall in this race two times with veteran Jerry Whelchel, Portola Hills, Calif. as his second driver (1998 in Class 1 and 2004 in SCORE Trophy-Truck) while MacCachren, 42, with six class wins in San Felipe, also won the overall in this race in 2003 as the second driver for Gus Vildosola, Mexicali, Mexico. Vildosola, Mexicali, Mexico, now races as the second driver for his son Gus Vildosola Jr. Considered the top Mexican team in the SCORE Desert Series, the Vildosolas drive the No. 4 Vildosola Racing Ford F-150.
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 14). At 10 a.m. on Sunday (March 16), the awards celebration will be held in the Plaza on the Malecon.

The race course is mapped like this:
The race starts at the famed San Felipe Arches and proceeds northwest towards the Zoo Road. San Felipe’s new delegate, Hazael Sierra Castillo, is blading the area approaching the Zoo Road Crossing, which will make it a safer approach than in the past. The area will be fenced and patrolled so that the spectators can watch the action but not put themselves in way of the action. From the Zoo Road Crossing, we will proceed North towards Three Poles, then west into the wash paralleling Highway 3 passing Borrego to the most westerly point, San Matias Pass. At San Matias Pass, we will head back east paralleling the north end of Diablo Dry Lake and hook up to our traditionally high-speed road and silt beds to the Intersection at Morelia Junction. At the Junction, we head south on the graded road to the top of Matomi Wash, then turn South East into Matomi Wash (what a beautiful canyon---the rains have covered many of the rocks where flowers are blooming). We will turn North out of Matomi, approximately 12 miles west of the Puertecitos Road, hooking up to Azufre Pass. At Azufre Pass, we turn left (west) following the wash to the Arroyo Parral, and then turn right (north) into the wash. Then, turn right again at Huatamote Wash (which we have mistakenly called Chanate Wash in the past) and follow the wash in a north-easterly direction towards the back of the San Felipe Airport and onto the Finish Line adjacent to the Tecate Building at the south end of the Arches.
Pete Sohren in Trophy-Truck, Bell in Motorcycles draw First starting slots for 22nd San Felipe 250
Billy Gasper receives first Class 1 start. San Felip Baja 250, March 15 desert race in Mexico. Arizona veteran and fan favorite, desert racer Pete Sohren and Southern California’s rising star Robby Bell received the pole positions for four-wheel and two-wheel vehicles in the computerized drawing for starting positions held Friday for the upcoming San Felipe 250. Sohren races in the featured Trophy-Truck division while Bell competes in Class 22 for open motorcycles. The third race of the 2008 Baja Racing Year will be held March 15 in Mexico’s fishing village of San Felipe, located on the East side of the Baja peninsula along the azure waters of the tranquil Sea of Cortez. [Returning to San Felipe for the first time since 2006 as last year’s race was moved to Ensenada just 10 days before the start because of political issues in San Felipe out of SCORE’s control. Pure Bull shit]
Desert racers will compete in 28 Pro and 6 Sportsman classes in the 232 mile race, the green flag will drop at 6 a.m. on Saturday, March 15, for the motorcycle and ATV classes, followed by the car and truck classes at approximately 9:30 a.m. The start line for the race will once again be the landmark San Felipe Arches on Highway 5 on the outskirts of San Felipe. The race will finish just south of the Arches, directly behind the Tecate building.

Drawing the first starting slot for the unlimited Class 1 open-wheel desert race cars was defending season point champion Billy Gasper, Chino Hills, Calif. Riding the first ATV off the line will be defending overall ATV and Class 25 point Champion Danny Prather, Ramona, Calif. Sohren, 43, of Glendale, Ariz., is a veteran desert racer who has won Class 5 (unlimited VW Baja Bugs) twice in this race (1997 and 2001). He now drives the No. 2 Ford F-150 Trophy-Truck, finishing eighth in season points last year after a solid fourth-place finish in the 40th Baja 1000.
With 18 entries so far in the class for 800 horsepower, unlimited production trucks, Sohren will lead a strong field in Trophy-Truck that features many of the world’s top desert racers. Bell, 22, of Sun City, Calif., who has won the overall and Class 22 title in this race the past two years will team with legendary Baja racer Johnny Campbell, 37, San Clemente, Calif., riding the No. 1x Johnny Campbell Racing Honda CRF450X.
In Friday’s computerized drawing, Trophy-Truck and Class 1 had the most entries with 18 each, followed Lite Class with 15, Class 1-2/1600 with 14 and Class 5/1600 with 10. Late registration will be accepted up until race morning and as many as 60 additional entries are expected. Among the Pro Motorcycle classes, Class 22 (open) had 11 entries and Class 30 (riders 30 years and over) had nine entries. Leading the Pro ATV entries in the drawing was Class 25 (open) with 11. Gasper, 40, who won last season’s Class 1 season point championship with his brother Dave, will drive the No. 100 Chevy-powered Porter open-wheel desert race car in Class 1. Helping Prather, 27, lead the ATV entries off the line in a Honda TRX450R will be riding mates Mike Cafro, 37, Bonsall, Calif., Levi Marana, 22, Hemet, Calif., and Chad Prull, 32, Laveen, Ariz.
Besides Sohren, the Trophy-Truck field includes defending race and 2007 overall and SCORE Trophy-Truck point champion Mark Post, Laguna Beach, Calif./Rob MacCachren, Las Vegas, in the No. 1 Rivera Racing Ford F-150 and 2006 overall and SCORE Trophy-Truck race winner Garron Cadiente, Mesa, Ariz., in the No. 38 G&R Racing Ford F-150. Post also won the overall in this race two times with veteran Jerry Whelchel, Portola Hills, Calif. as his second driver (1998 in Class 1 and 2004 in SCORE Trophy-Truck) while MacCachren won the overall in this race in 2004 as the second driver from Gus Vildosola, Mexicali, Mexico.
“This is a really cool deal to be the first vehicle to start the race,” said the affable Sohren, known for his long “mullet” hair and quick tongue as much as his driving skills. “I’ve been in the back of the pack so much, I’m not sure I will be able to handle all the clean air in front of me. I love racing in Mexico and the San Felipe 250 is an awesome race and I’m glad we’re able to return there this year. I’m so pumped right now I hope I still have some adrenalin left on race day.”
Among the other racers to draw first starting position in their respective classes were: Steve Mamer, Holtville, Calif. (SCORE Lite, Raceco-VW), Brent Parkhouse, Long Beach, Calif. (Class 1-2/1600, Mirage-VW), and Pedro Athie, Ensenada, Mexico (Class 5/1600, VW Baja Bug). Pre-race festivities at the San Felipe 250 will include the colorful fiesta and tech inspection on the Malecon beachfront in downtown alongside the waters of the Sea of Cortez from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Friday (March 14). At 10 a.m. on Sunday (March 16), the awards celebration will be held in front of The Beachcomber Night Club on the Malecon.
Pro Cars & Trucks TROPHY-TRUCK (18)2 Pete Sohren, 1 Mark Post, 97 B.J. Baldwin, 16 Cameron Steele, 38 Garron Cadiente, 4 Gus Vildosola Jr., 33 Chad Ragland, 96 Bobby Baldwin, 51 Kory Scheeler, 7 Scott Steinberger, 12 Brian Collins, 84 Nick Vanderwey, 55 Luis Wallace, 85 Todd Wyllie, 35 Robbie Pierce, 54 Jesse James,8 Roger Norman,22 Damen Jefferies.
CLASS 1 (18)100 Billy Gasper, 101 Dale Lenk, 102 Brian Hudson, 103 Brian Parkhouse, 104 Armin Schwarz, 105 John Harrah, 106 Eric Chase, 107 B.J. Richardson, 108 Chuck Dempsey, 109 Jeff Farris, 110 Luis Ramirez Jr., 111 Pat Dean, 112 Paul Keller, 113 Josh Rigsby, 114 Dale Ebberts, 115 Enrique Bujanda, 116 Robert Ross, 149 Craig Bouman.
CLASS 1-2/1600 (14)1601 Brent Parkhouse, 1602 Cory Boyer, 1603 Jorge Sanchez, 1604 Hiram Duran, 1605 Cody Robinson, 1606 Luis Martinez, 1607 Pancho Garcia, 1608 Victor Barreda, 1609 Arturo Velazco, 1610 Ramiro Escobedo, 1600 David Caspino, 1647 Arnoldo Gutierrez Jr., 1648 Juan Gallo, 1649 Josue Delgado.
CLASS 3 (2)301 Donald Moss, 302 Alejandro Cancino.
CLASS 5 (3)501 Kevin Carr, 502 George Seeley, 519 Carlos Albanez.
CLASS 5/1600 (10)551 Pedro Athie, 552 Ernie Negrete, 553 Gustavo Avina, 554 Trevor Anderson, 555 Tommy Craft, 550 Mario Reynoso, 576 Ernesto Arambula, 577 Jose Montoya, 578 Enrique Zazueta Jr., 579 Marcos Nunez.
CLASS 7 (2)700 Dan Chamlee, 714 Rick Battey.
CLASS 7S (0)CLASS 7SX (8)740 Rich Severson, 741 Alberto Iriarte, 742 Heidi Steele, 743 Noe Sierra, 744 Kurt Youngs, 757 Carl Sosa, 758 John Holmes, 759 Ted Moncure.

CLASS 8 (3)801 Rodrigo Ampudia, 802 Noah Ostanik, 839 Dean Wayman.
CLASS 9 (0)
CLASS 10 (3)1001 Mark Hutchins, 1002 Brendan Fikes, 1003 Mike Lawrence.
SCORE LITE (15)1201 Steve Mamer, 1202 Victor Valdez, 1203 Luis Barragan, 1204 Bill Hernquist, 1200 Tom Watson, 1206 Ricardo Malo, 1207 Rick St. John, 1208 Ty Godde, 1209 Gary Johnson, 1210 Lee Banning, 1211 Dave Callaway, 1212 Michael Bennett, 1213 Javier Guevara, 1214 Pedro Morquecho, 1249 Bob Carr.
CLASS 11 (4)1101 Jim Graham, 1100 Ramon Fernandez, 1148 Eric Solorzano, 1149 John Ledyard.
STOCK MINI (1)761 Steve Kovach.
STOCK FULL (1)Josh Hall.
PROTRUCK (1)233 Max Post.
CLASS 17 (0)
PRO MOTORCYCLES
CLASS 22 (11)1x Robby Bell, 2x Quinn Cody, 3x Nick Saia, 4x Luis J. Ramirez, 5x Steve Hengeveld, 6x Ralph Barrera, 7x Ryan Penhall, 8x Caleb Gosselaar, 9x Cameron Corfman, 10x Grant Steele, 11x Cory Evenson.
CLASS 21 (4)101x Mariano Escobar, 102x Mike Crawford, 103x Bernard Bohrer, 104x, Cody Wallis.
CLASS 20 (3)151x Chad Black, 152x Larry Perkins, 179x Anna Cody.
CLASS 30 (9)301x Einar Myhrer, 302x Rodrigo Basave, 303x Mike Johnson, 304x Kenneth Durr Jr., 305x Chris Parker, 300x Jim O’Neal, 307x Scott Myers, 308x Stuart Goggins, 349x Ramon Meraz.
CLASS 40 (1)400x Brett Helm.
CLASS 50 (4)501x Kenny Hayden, 502x Charles Marshall, 503x Jamie De La Torre, 500x Jim O’Neal.
CLASS 60 (1)619x William Rogers
PRO ATVs CLASS 25 (11)1a Danny Prather, 2a Max Hernandez, 3a Robert Tinder, 4a Javier Robles, 5a Reid Rutherford, 6a Wayne Matlock, 7a Taylor Stormberg, 8a Jason Greenhaw, 9a Alfonso Cota, 10a Moshe Yosef, 49a Ted French.
CLASS 24 (8)101a Rob Ransford, 102a Eric Ibarra, 103a Francisco Servin, 104a Benjamin Lopez, 105a Carlos Mancillas, 106a Craig Christy, 148a Luis Berumen, 149a Abraham Romero.
SPORTSMANSPT CAR (2)1401 George Jackson, 1400 Peter Lang.
SPT TRUCK (1)1500 Keith GroweSPT UTV (3)1800 Thomas Graves, 1801 Jeff Serrano, 1802 James Oliver.
SPT M/C< (12)201x Tibi Imbuzan, 202x Trisha West, 203x Sean Charsley, 204x Duane Dickinson, 205x Brent McCoy, 206x Andy Padulo, 207x Scott Anderson, 208x Nick Imbuzan, 209x Ivanhoe Ochoa, 210x Fred Sobke, 211x Mark Sasaki, 249x Victor Borg.
SPT M/C> (12)251x Baxter Gillespie, 252x Randy Roy, 253x David Rentfro, 254x Bill Gilbert, 255x Brent Deaton, 256x Derek Miller, 257x Brad Varcoe, 258x Carlos Becerril, 259x Craig Anstine, 260x Brandt Anderson, 261x Brett Bardsley, 299x Greg Lepkowski.
SPT ATV (8)51a Gyorgy Kemenes, 52a Roberto Ruiz, 53a Luciano Felix, 54a Tom Foubert, 55a Mario Yorba, 56a Daniel Montano, 57a David Bravo, 58a Joselito Muro. SCORE

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