Saturday, June 28, 2008

EXCLUSIVE WEEKEND RACE FINISH Baja Racing News EXCLUSIVE Transorientale Raid


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Baja Racing News.com LIVE COVERAGE of the longest off-road event of 2008, the first Transorientale Rally!


Last Stage Into Peking:

TOTAL COURSE: 665 km


"“I want the Transoriental to finish up at the foot of the Great Wall of China” (René Metge) A course driven only in liaison and in convoy to rally through the Huangya Guan site in front of the Great Wall of China. 38 motorcycles, 1 quad, 29 cars and 14 trucks finally brought this first Transoriental to a close. Victory of the Czech Jaroslav Katrinak on KTM in the motorcycle category, of Spaniard José-Luis Monterde with Belgian Jean-Marie Lurquin on a Schlesser Buggy in cars and of the Benelux trio of Hans Stacey, Charly Gotlib and Bernard Der Kinderen on MAN. An early wake-up (once does not make it a habit!) was needed in order to reach the Chinese capital. To make the job easier, the Chinese authorities played their role perfectly. They quite simply escorted us on the motorways leading to the capital, or even rerouted part of the very considerable road traffic heading to Beijing. In convoy, the competitors, organisers, press and medical corps were able to fully appreciate the efficiency of this welcoming and marvellous country. Throughout the route, local groups played their parts perfectly, and particularly the FASC, the Chinese Automobile Sport Federation. They therefore deserve all of our thanks for a job well done. And what enthusiasm from the crowd at the foot of the Great Wall. The valorous heroes were the subject of a magnificent reception. To the sound of their traditional drums and wearing their most beautiful customs, the Chinese experienced an apotheosis on this liaison day. René Metge had said it before the start of the Transoriental. His wish was for the competitors in the world’s longest Rally Trek to live out a dream and to complete this trial by fire in front of one of the world’s most visited sites. Emotions were therefore at their peak when Katrinak, Ullevalseter and Kolomytsyn, at the handlebars of their motorcycles, pulled into the little street of this Chinese village. Flags were everywhere, the crowd applauded and was touched as everyone began to truly understand the efforts of these new Knights of Modern Times. Travelling more than 10,000 km under climatic conditions ranging from atrocious to brutally hot was something that the Chinese had never before seen. A trial deserving of admiration and deep respect. The car racers were also able to fascinate the crowd that gathered in front of the buggies and other monsters of steel, rubber and noise. It was a strange sensation to see the Chinese Dragon opposite François Delecour’s own fire-breathing prototype. Finally, these two extremes were drawn to one another like magnets, to the great enjoyment of the assembled masses. More noise and happiness with the arrival of the trucks. These imposing vehicles managed to slide into this enchanted venue to the sound of their powerful engines and enormous statures. So much for fatigue and worry, tension and short nights now left behind. On this night, the campsite resembled a fantastic melting pot. A meeting ground of brotherhood and conviviality. Tension had slipped away, faces relaxed into smiles, warm embraces were exchanged. Yes, René Metge had succeeded with his wager, and the Transoriental has taken its rightful place in the history of the great Rally Treks."

Stage 15

Start and Arrival city :
BAYAN HOT TO HOHHOT

Last Special :
Lang Shan Pao TO Shih La Chao


Last Special Stage of 2008 Transorientale. Very fast but very tricky. All has happened for the remaining runners. More than 121 km of dunes where it’s not so easy to find your way out The road-book won’t be any help. Competitors could find it the longest stage! The Great Wall Finish Saturday!


Stage 15 Bayan Hot-Hohhot


Selective Sector: Lang Shan Pao-Shih La Chao: 125 Km
TOTAL COURSE LENGTH 745 Km



A beautiful finish!






Medium category dunes but, more importantly, “funnel dunes” where careful navigation was once again more important than speed. On the shores of the majestic Yellow River, today’s Special Stage offers a somewhat bumpy ranking. However, the winners are still fantastic on the road to Beijing.(Old Peking)



In cars, Kahle, cranked up the stakes for the last special event of the 2008 Transoriental. The German team successfully managed to avoid the many traps laid by René Metge. At the gates of Beijing, Kahle stands out as a true strategist in difficult situations. His tactical sense made all the difference. It’s too bad that he was not able to demonstrate his talent earlier in the competition. After two consecutive successes, his performance will still secure third place in the final rankings. Glory goes to the deserving. First winner of the 2008 Transoriental, José-Luis Monterde. This Spaniard and Jean-Marie Lurquin (Schlesser buggy) have finished up the top of the leader board of the world’s longest Rally Trek. The Gibon brothers followed their footsteps in the top rankings (at 4’05”49) ahead of Kahle-Schünemann, who finished 10 minutes behind the French fandom.


Amongst motorcycles, Alexey Kolomytsyn triumphed in the end. At the handlebar of his KTM, this Russian outpaced Mugnaioli and Borsi, the two trans-Alpines who had often travelled together since the start of the Transoriental. Ullevalseter came in ahead of his great rival, Katrinak, but only for the show of it since the general rankings had already been secured. Jaroslav Katrinak (KTM) won the 2008 Transoriental. His runner up was Paal Anders Ullevalseter (KTM). The blond Norwegian never managed to challenge the final victory of the Slovak motorcyclist, and finished more than 25 minutes behind. The last step on the podium went to Kolomytsyn, who finished 1’44” out of first place.


Amongst the French, Dominique Robin (KTM) put in a fine effort and continues to prove himself to be France’s best representative. His 10th place finish for today also provided him with a position in the general standings, ending up on the 3rd step of the final podium in the Marathoncategory.


Because of yesterday evening’s late arrival of the trucks at the Bayan Hot Site, the College of Sports Commissioners decided to add three hours to the maximum allotted time. Yesterday’s stage saw the victory of the German racer Mathias Behringer on Man, ahead of the Spaniards in theTeam Epsilon on Mercedes and the overall leader, Hans Stacey.


For this category’s survivors, today’s special was once again very difficult. Only 2 trucks crossed the finish line in the allotted time. The Dutchman Bekx on Daf won this last special ahead of Stacey. In the final rankings, we therefore have Hans Stacey, Charly Gotlib and Bernard Der Kinderen who won the truck category in this first Transoriental. Vila Roca on Mercedes and Bekx on Daf rounded out the podium of this exceptional and particularly difficult race for trucks.

In the Consistency Rally Trek at the end of his first Transoriental, Latvia was in the spotlight. The Riga Rally Raid Team (Toyota) secured its first victory, with a total of 457 points. In second place was another Toyota of the Sports Antilless Mécanique team (538 points), and the Land Discovery of the Swiss from the Gstaad Automobile Club (737 points)."

Just In! Baja Racing News EXCLUSIVE BadAss Baja 500 Video Pete Sohren Blows Turn

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Thursday, June 26, 2008

Sohren Slime Schampa Guilty in Mexico of race crashes, in trouble. Pistol Pete, "Bull$hit".


UPDATED!

June 25. Finally, the SCORE Las Vegas Cup was cancelled, blowing the chances of the misguided joe shmoes of off-road, the joys of riding with Pete in Vegas. And all the overheated party promises, gone. The bar tabs, the crew and alas, the pool. Gone! All the alcoholics dreams dashed! Bummer!

The Schampa SLIME #2 now sits in the red light of questions. No hard proof that the crash at the recent Baja 500 didn't take place. The facts are clear. Gabriel Garcia of El Vigia has charged Pistol Pete Sohren with vehicular lower class slaughter and the glorious Mexicans of off-road have a reason to keep the watch out for the team and truck of Sohren, while racing in Mexico.

On June 26, Baja Racing News.com received this email message, "Highlights of this (Pete's Baja 500) in-car footage will be shown on BajaRacingNews.com in the days to come." We're STILL waiting. The #2 Sohren Slime Schampa team is now known for running down lower classes, the Mexicans will follow the developments. Closely.

Until a full tape of the entire race and the locals saying it's NOT sohren, this is the locals story and Baja Racing News.com is sticking to it. Gary Newsome, Editor.

The original story:

WANTED IN MEXICO!

Article printed in the Newspaper in Ensenada! Baja Racing News.com EXCLUSIVE

By: Gabriel Garcia, El Vigia Newspaper, Ensenada Baja California, Mexico


It is now widely known that the Schampa SLIME #2 Trophy Truck of Pete Sohren is a serial race crasher. "Listed in the El Vigia Newspaper in Ensenada, my regular column, "Mysteries of the Baja", I write about the off-road races here in Baja, Mexico.

Sohren Guilty! I was called on to find out, something unpleasant. An event that happened to the Sahisa Team during the recent Baja 500. To be more precise, to Arnoldo Ramirez, who got crashed by an American racer at the recently finished, SCORE Baja 500, here in Ensenada, Baja Mexico.

Since it was struck by another vehicle from behind, without any notification by use of his horn, to get the racer in front of him, nor any slight touch, or "nerf", the American racer not only turned around, but pinned “Cone” Ramirez against the boulders, putting his life at risk. And the life of the copilot by the brutal blow. The damages to the race car were many, the racer totaled! Problems in the motor, made a total loss of power. In spite of that mishap, I spoke to Ramirez and Missael Arámbula to get the details of the story and damages. The Class ½ - 1600, the totaled race car damages are clear.

The identity of the aggressor is American, Pete Sohren. As much Ramirez as Arámbula affirms and confirms that “Pistol” Pete Sohren was the one who brought about the spectacular accident to them. The costs to them was to lose the race and their race car, when they went first across the finish line and recovering in time in relation to their rivals, something that was a true feat, but this does not stop here, since they verbally protested in writing with Score International, since this is not the first time this has happened.

During the last Baja 1000 in November '07, that finished in Cabo San Lucas, Sohren completely attacked the Class 12 of James Márquez, when he was the leader in the class and was lined up for an easy win. The result, to leave all hope of triumph, with the motor in very bad condition. All the deeds of the owner-driver of the SCORE Trophy-Truck, [Schampa SLIME] number 2. Pistol Pete Sohren. Later that weekend, the damaged racer slugged Sohren on the streets of Cabo, in retribution.

Today, the members of the Sahisa Racing Team demand that the American, Pete Sohren of Phoenix Arizona, and his co-pilot, pay the damages of his racer, that is now unsuitable for any use, that includes the motor, suspension and many other parts. SCORE owner Sal Fish observed this damage, the racer Sohrens actions were not only aggressive, but illogical, putting at risk all the racers of smaller cars and lighter classes.

Score-International must intervene in this affair and solve this problem, before the people of Ensenada do."

Pete's first response: "Of course this is all bull$hit........started 6th, followed bj for 30ish miles trying to pressure him to pass the 39, he is too smart to take unnessarary chance so we all just piddle along, make right uphill after short ojos speed run and oil light comes on, i immediately shut down engine and we all get out, take off hood and sure enough, oil pump belt broken the riders quickly get out the tools and i have fresh belt on in a jiffy, we put tools away all get bucked back in, we take off just as the last TT goes by, the #60. we follow him closely but can tell he is being held up also and no one can pass. we fight the dust for 50 miles and finally give him a rub right before the asphalt at K77, jeff gives me a wave as we pull on the road and he pulls into a pit as does robby who was in front of him, we cruise down the pavement and clean our sheilds and glasses then blast back into the dirt with more dust just ahead, as we enter the bad wash just a half mile in the 84 TT pulls infront of us from the right (i didnt know there was a line on the right, haha) we quickly nudge him and get by, still more dust ahead, we get to the either/or at race mile 85ish and go left and as the right lane comes back in jesse james is barreling down the hill and makes the right just in front of us, i mash it and overtake him on the right as he swings wide, next truck ahead looks to be the 7 but we decide not to try him as we have a fuel stop at 105ish, i tell eddie and the crew to be fast as there is a whole pack right behind us..........we stop for fuel but it seems to take forever and the 71(?), 36, and 77 all go by..they said it was a 45 second stop................we take off and quickly run down the 77, and see the 36 just ahead, i want to pass them and charge up the rocky narrow roads, we are within 2 car lengths of the 77 and WHAM!!!!! we hit a boulder and it shoots us off the road to the right down the hill onto some HUGE boulders (what a stupid rookie move!) we get out and the front left is killed and we are in a bad spot, we change the front and i crawl to figure out what were stuck on.....the third member and the fuel cell are both caught on 2 different huge boulders, we jack and stack rocks and make a path and UNBELEIVABLY it drive back up on the road, after 50 yards i realize something is broken in the steering and we limp up to the summit and pull off to make repairs, i crawl under and spend 2 and a half hours changing the servo (it is next to impossible to change it in the shop, so you can imagine what it was like) i fire it up and it doesnt fix the problem, i now change the pump and it doesnt fix it either, totally bummed and discouraged at this point we have to call it a day and limp back to hyway and admit defeat... it about 6 pm when we make it to the hyway................where this story comes from i have no idea.........is this racar a real person or just a story made up by someone????? i wonder who???? beleive want you want this is my story from the 500".

And of course, Claus and Kurtis padlocked any further responses. Why? When they are the laziest operators and allow any bullshit to run, on and on and on. Then again, they only delete and lock when its REAL and they are attempting to hide the truth! On June 10, they actually started promoting the scam, running a banner ad. Can you say legally exposed?

Obviously, the Schampa SLIME #2 Trophy Truck is underfunded. Pete is out begging for additional racing money. The new #2 panhandling announced today, going after "regular guys" says to any serious racers, if Pete is willing to scam regular guys, he's desperate from the standard sponsor money drying up.

In Pete's new venture into money raising, he states: "I'm going to try this so regular guys also get a chance to ride in a trophy truck at a score race: 1. for $100 you are a "sponsor" of the Schampa/Slime team for the SCORE Vegas Cup race. 2. you get your name on the truck 3. you get a team shirt and will be invited to be in our pit area the entire weekend (and get to hang with eddie) 4. food and drinks for all "sponsors" 5. the lucky drawing winner will ride shotgun in the [SLIME Schampa] #2 the entire weekend in all practices, heat races and main events , 2nd and 3rd runners up will be invited to ride in practices (if score will allow the second rider) (or maybe they can go on press day) the winner MUST be able to fit in the seat correctly and be of competent health to be able to take the punishment of the ride- the winner does not have the right to transfer the ride! if the winner cannot ride we will go to the next runner-up-----this is meant to be fun for all and all decisions made by me will be final!!! (if this turns out to be a pissing match i will not ever do it again) im sure i have forgot something so ask questions and i will try to answer them-------there will be a public drawing of all "sponsors" and it will NOT be a scam .....ONLY legititmate sponsors will be included in the drawing------send a cashiers check or money order made out to race2 win promotions, send to speedway raceway 2425 s 21st street, phoenix AZ 85034 suite 56."

UPDATED! Pistol Pete said today, "there is no limit (to the number of entries) ........but there is only 6 now............odds pretty good". Wow, getting to hang in the pits with Fast Eddie & the boys and riding in #2 with Pistola is the prize! Prevoius updates: Pete said, "there is only 2 right now............if there is 250 we will be having lobster.............free beer..........strip(p)ers..............hahahhaha".

On June 16, Pete said, "for all the people that wanted a raffle there is NOT very many entries, hahahahahaha only 10 in so far and 2 of them are sidekick and nimrod with a two-party-out-of-state-check, so they are not officially confirmed yet, Cameron Steele never follows the rules (maybe his name should be cheater).....................deadline will be 5 minutes before we draw the winner at speedway on monday july 13 at 7pm"....then crazy doug corrected the time and date challenged racer by noting the draw will happen on Monday, July 14.

On June 17, brainiac Cameron Steele says, "Sent him a check from the race team....it's a write off for advertising! I hope Kick or Nim get the seat!" LMAO!, do not take tax advice from this dipshit. This Pistol Pete folly is a "game of chance" and the federal government wants to talk to Mr. offroad taxlaws about his returns! Baja Racing News.com could never make this material up, it's better than a train wreck.

Back in Mexico, Now that the Victims have Hammered the Issue...

"No question about contacting the sponsors - not only is that coming but a statement regarding their liability exposure is imminent (particularly if the sponsor is US based)." Sound familiar? Ensenada is now saying, "Why wouldn't we organize and DEMAND that the American racers pocketing our dollars watch out for their interests by WATCHING OUT FOR US." The SCHAMPA SLIME #2 has some splainin' to do. On board video of the race could have bailed out the SCHAMPA SLIME Sohren team out of trouble. Ultimately, no in-car video was produced and therefore no "on its face" proof that the crash didn't take place.

So much for the Americans giving a rats-ass about the beaten & battered Ensenada locals!






Gary Newsome
Baja Racing News.com

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Baja Racing News Releases Riviera Racing New Vid

Loco Mocos announces FREE BEER at Baja 1000


The famous off-road group Loco Mocos announced today from San Diego, that at the next Baja 1000 at Ensenada in November it will buy you a TECATE Beer at Papas & Beer!


Just say "Loco Mocos" to your server at the Ensenada Papas & Beer and you'll get a beer, bought for you by Loco Mocos, the famous off-road group. Thank Gadget for this very special free beer giveaway. (Good only during the weekend of the 2008 Baja 1000 race)

Monday, June 23, 2008

Fly Joins Baja Racing News! Famous Fly Speaks


The Famous Motorsports commentator has joined Baja Racing News.com

Now here's the Fly! On the new BRN.com regular section, "Free Fly".
"Fly is FREE!!!! First, I want to thank Baja Racing News.com for giving me a regular column here on the exploding, Baja Racing News.com. BRN.com has shown me their hit numbers and folks, the blasting Baja Racing News.com hit numbers are nuts! I think what's happening is internet sports readers ( and hard-core off-road fans) are tired of wasting their time on the ass-kissers on message boards. What I'll do here on Baja Racing News, is talk about those characters I've come to know and give some insight on what & why the Baja off-road people are spouting a line. Most of the time, the talk is to kiss up or make like they know something, which they may.
On Claus and Kurtis. They banned me for only one reason, they sell DVD's in Mexico. Period. How's your tax status in Mexico Claus, Kurtis? They sell DVD's to Mexicans. They have asses to kiss too! Keep selling those shit DVD's and we'll rap with the fans of off-road for real.
And Craig, keep your head down 'cause I can shoot to thrill from Baja Racing News!"
Scott, "Free Fly"

Ensenada San Felipe 250 June 20-22 2008









258 Entrants! Contingency celebrated in Ensenada tonight, pictures and videos loading all weekend.

From Ensenada and San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico.

Send your photos to safari2002@cox.net


RACE RESULTS
San Felipe 250 , 2008
Overall Motos
Numero
Nombre
TiempoFinal
98X
Francisco Septien
04:05:35Overall carros
Numero
Nombre
TiempoFinal
1616
Alex Navarrete
03:56:39Clase 1
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
105
Jose Soto
3:01:00 PM
7:02:24 PM
04:01:24
104
Ivan Amado
3:00:00 PM
9:17:55 PM
06:17:55Clase 10
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
1001
Victor Angel Valdes Chavez
3:02:00 PM
7:02:59 PM
04:00:59
1000
Jesus Gonzalez Agundez
3:03:00 PM
9:01:57 PM
05:58:57 Clase 12
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
1202
Miguel Mexia
3:04:00 PM
8:27:10 PM
05:23:10
1249
Guillermo Quintero
3:04:00 PM
9:40:01 PM
06:36:01 Clase 16
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
1616
Alex Navarrete
3:09:00 PM
7:05:39 PM
03:56:39
1601
Roberto Romo
3:04:30 PM
7:01:28 PM
03:56:58
1607
Cheto Muñoz Horta
3:07:30 PM
7:34:45 PM
04:27:15
1606
Hector Navarro
3:07:00 PM
7:40:42 PM
04:33:42
1602
Jay L Carraway
3:05:00 PM
7:39:45 PM
04:34:45
1604
Nicolas Galindo
3:06:00 PM
7:45:52 PM
04:39:52
1697
Marco Gallo
3:09:30 PM
7:58:03 PM
04:48:33
1603
Manuel Cruz
3:05:30 PM
8:11:21 PM
05:05:51
1608
Abel Velazco
3:08:00 PM
8:46:06 PM
05:38:06
1699
Agustin Rodriguez
3:10:00 PM

DNF
1609
Ernesto Arambula
3:08:30 PM

DNF
1605
Alberto Medina
3:06:30 PM

DNF Clase 8
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
802
Salvador Toledo
3:10:30 PM

DNF
801
Eduardo Orozco
3:10:30 PM

DNF
827
Manuel Robles
3:10:30 PM

DNF Clase 7
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
713
Alex Almaraz
3:16:00 PM
7:18:04 PM
04:02:04
704
Hector Salazar
3:13:00 PM
7:21:34 PM
04:08:34
709
Alejandro Cervantes
3:15:00 PM
8:01:58 PM
04:46:58
714
David Castelan
3:16:30 PM
9:32:57 PM
06:16:27
705
Cesar Gallardo
3:13:30 PM
9:33:01 PM
06:19:31
708
Guillermo Galvan
3:14:30 PM

DNF
706
Carlos B. Mares
3:14:00 PM

DNF
703
Guillermo Gallardo
3:12:30 PM

DNF
702
Blas Corona
3:12:00 PM

DNF
700
Greg Garber
3:11:30 PM

DNF
710
Einer Gamez
3:15:30 PM

DNF Clase 7 Stock
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
722
Jose Abelardo Grijalva
3:17:00 PM
8:16:57 PM
04:59:57
732
Joel Garcia Sandez
3:20:45 PM
8:24:03 PM
05:03:18
798
Jonathan Betancourt V.
3:22:00 PM
9:34:44 PM
06:12:44
724
Rudy Suarez C.
3:17:30 PM
10:22:58 PM
07:05:28
728
Francisco Huereca
3:19:00 PM
11:34:34 PM
08:15:34
799
Eduardo Escobedo
3:54:00 PM
12:14:18 AM
08:20:18
737
Jesus de la Torre
3:21:15 PM
11:43:28 PM
08:22:13
734
Alejandro Aguilar
3:21:00 PM

DNF
727
Victor Torres
3:18:30 PM

DNF
735
Victor Salas Alvarado
3:21:00 PM

DNF
731
Willy Valdez
3:20:30 PM

DNF
756
Gerardo Novelo
3:21:30 PM

DNF
729
Oscar Galindo Ruiz
3:19:30 PM

DNF
770
Alejandro Murillo
3:21:45 PM

DNF
730
Alonso Gonzalez Rodriguez
3:20:00 PM

DNF
796
Oscar Solaiza Estrada
3:22:00 PM

DNF
725
Daniel Uriarte
3:18:00 PM

DNF
721
Carlos Ortega Tapia
3:16:30 PM

DNF Clase 5 Open
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
501
David Andrade
3:22:30 PM
9:20:20 PM
05:57:50
500
Gordon Frever
3:25:00 PM

DNF Clase 5-1600
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
552
Fernando Montijo
3:26:15 PM
8:17:26 PM
04:51:11
550
Marco Antonio Marquez
3:26:45 PM
8:19:35 PM
04:52:50
558
Roberto Rabago
3:27:30 PM
8:22:17 PM
04:54:47
557
Pedro Athie
3:27:15 PM
8:29:11 PM
05:01:56
596
Sergio Moreno
3:28:00 PM
8:53:53 PM
05:25:53
594
Jorge Montalvo Jr
3:27:45 PM

DNF
555
Marco Antonio Garcia
3:27:00 PM

DNF
597
Erick Avalos
3:28:15 PM

DNF
553
Rogelio Valenzuela Coronado
3:26:30 PM

DNF
551
Alonso Angulo
3:26:00 PM

DNF Clase 15
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
1510
Jozef Aguayo Cannon
3:30:45 PM
8:42:07 PM
05:11:22
1507
Jesus Antonio Mercado Gonzalez
3:29:30 PM
8:42:16 PM
05:12:46
1598
Octavio Zamora Lopez
3:31:30 PM
8:53:55 PM
05:22:25
1530
Juan Avila
3:31:00 PM
9:20:47 PM
05:49:47
1503
Guillermo Arturo Medina Ruiz
3:28:45 PM
9:22:48 PM
05:54:03
1501
Angel Rojas Trejo
3:28:30 PM
9:26:14 PM
05:57:44
1506
Fabian Aros Torres
3:29:15 PM
9:53:55 PM
06:24:40
1599
Ivan Garcia
3:31:30 PM
10:19:13 PM
06:47:43
1597
Jesus Jimenez Muñiz
3:31:15 PM
11:26:16 PM
07:55:01
1508
Mike Luquez
3:29:45 PM

DNF
1509
Javier Guillins
3:30:30 PM

DNF
1505
Juan Arballo
3:29:00 PM

DNF Clase 14
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
1409
Viry Felix
3:33:00 PM
8:10:36 PM
04:37:36
1401
Ramon Aguilar Rangel
3:32:00 PM
8:12:15 PM
04:40:15
1423
Luis Eduado Floriano
3:33:15 PM
8:20:21 PM
04:47:06
1400
Raul Rodriguez
3:32:30 PM
8:21:14 PM
04:48:44
1499
Alejandro Medina Camacho
3:33:30 PM
8:38:06 PM
05:04:36
1408
Fausto Moreno
3:32:45 PM
9:21:47 PM
05:49:02
1403
Cristobal Mercado
3:32:15 PM
10:04:45 PM
06:32:30
1404
Rodrigo Vazquez Navarro
3:32:30 PM
11:41:03 PM
08:08:33
1406
Victor Rodriguez
3:32:45 PM

DNF Clase 9
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
904
Juan Mayoral
3:34:15 PM
8:46:38 PM
05:12:23
948
Daniel Orozco
3:34:15 PM
9:25:04 PM
05:50:49
901
Elias Romero
3:33:45 PM
9:51:59 PM
06:18:14
907
Sergio Frias Reynoso
3:34:45 PM
10:34:50 PM
07:00:05
905
Jorge Suarez Ramirez
3:34:30 PM

DNF
902
Jose Covarrubias
3:34:00 PM

DNFClase 11
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
1106
Cisco Bio
3:37:15 PM
8:59:31 PM
05:22:16
1133
Porfirio Gutierrez
3:43:15 PM
9:14:23 PM
05:31:08
1132
Juan Zamarripa
3:43:00 PM
9:27:36 PM
05:44:36 (DQ X REV. TECNICA)
1125
Ernesto Martinez Ojeda
3:40:45 PM
9:38:34 PM
05:57:49
1103
Vicente Flores Flores
3:36:45 PM
9:51:29 PM
06:14:44
1129
Jake Mueller
3:42:15 PM
10:03:54 PM
06:21:39
1189
Alex Rivas
3:44:00 PM
10:07:52 PM
06:23:52
1194
Guillermo Ruiz
3:44:45 PM
10:09:48 PM
06:25:03
1193
Luis Verduzco
3:44:30 PM
10:12:52 PM
06:28:22
1121
Rene Rodriguez
3:40:15 PM
10:21:38 PM
06:41:23
1196
Antonio Ferla
3:45:00 PM
10:34:34 PM
06:49:34
1109
Felipe Ortega Jr
3:38:30 PM
10:30:07 PM
06:51:37
1115
Roberto Escobedo Avalos
3:39:30 PM
10:36:58 PM
06:57:28
1127
Christopher Sanchez Bañuelos
3:41:15 PM
11:19:14 PM
07:37:59
1111
Maru Hernandez
3:39:00 PM
11:23:59 PM
07:44:59
1188
Cesar Fiscal
3:43:45 PM
11:31:36 PM
07:47:51
1199
Raul Ojeda
3:45:30 PM
11:38:27 PM
07:52:57
1130
Adalberto Muñoz Jr
3:42:30 PM
11:41:05 PM
07:58:35
1118
Carlos Daniel Villa Nuñez
3:39:45 PM
11:38:53 PM
07:59:08 (PENALIZADO 30 MINS)
1107
Sergio Galindo
3:37:45 PM

DNF
1122
Jose Ayala
3:40:30 PM

DNF
1100
Eliat Cabrales Delgado
3:39:15 PM

DNF
1131
Ernesto Gonzalez
3:42:45 PM

DNF
1110
Sergio Sarmiento Zepeda
3:38:45 PM

DNF
1128
Federico Ramirez
3:42:00 PM

DNF
1117
Ricardo Lopez Chavez
3:39:45 PM

DNF
1108
Miguel Mexia
3:38:00 PM

DNF
1105
Mario Vazquez
3:37:15 PM

DNF
1104
Gilberto Arreola
3:37:00 PM

DNF
1192
Jose Felix Garcia
3:44:15 PM

DNF
1102
Ruben Camacho
3:36:30 PM

DNF
1119
Raphael Rodriguez
3:40:00 PM

DNF
1197
Antonio Ramos Abarca
3:45:15 PM

DNF
1113
Luis Acevedo
3:39:00 PM

DNF
1124
Horacio Perez Jr.
3:41:00 PM

DNF
1134
Andres Angulo Ruiz
3:43:30 PM

DNF
1135
David A Lopez
3:43:45 PM

DNF Clase Safari
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
S4
Efren Moctezuma Presichi
3:47:45 PM
10:23:38 PM
06:35:53
S99
Oscar Belloso Estrada
3:48:45 PM
10:30:15 PM
06:41:30
S97
Jesus Martinez
3:48:30 PM
11:08:30 PM
07:20:00
S2
Eduardo Muñoz C
3:47:30 PM
11:39:28 PM
07:51:58
S5
Jose Juan Vargas
3:48:00 PM
11:49:33 PM
08:01:33
S98
Ivan Lopez
3:48:45 PM
12:01:20 AM
08:12:35
S0
Francisco Diaz Jr
3:47:15 PM
12:25:10 AM
08:37:55
S8
Ricardo Vargas Piña
3:48:15 PM

DNF
S9
Alfredo Renteria Moreno
3:49:00 PM

DNFMotos Pro
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
98X
Francisco Septien
1:30:30 PM
5:36:05 PM
04:05:35
4X
Noe Ibarra
1:30:00 PM
5:45:40 PM
04:15:40
450
Ivan Ramirez
1:30:30 PM
6:25:50 PM
04:55:20
7X
Adam Neuwirth
1:30:00 PM

DNFMotos Spt
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
121X
Alejandro Padilla
1:33:00 PM
5:52:24 PM
04:19:24
123X
Javier Ochoa
1:34:30 PM
6:08:32 PM
04:34:02
111X
Rigoberto Gomez
1:32:00 PM
6:06:19 PM
04:34:19
105X
Juan Sanchotena
1:34:00 PM
6:17:01 PM
04:43:01
112X
Adan Carrillo
1:32:00 PM
6:24:53 PM
04:52:53
106X
Christian Serna
1:31:00 PM
6:25:48 PM
04:54:48
118X
Juan Fco. Castro Silva
1:33:00 PM
6:43:08 PM
05:10:08
126X
Adrian Marquez
1:34:30 PM
6:54:56 PM
05:20:26
109X
Abraham Mena
1:31:30 PM
7:04:27 PM
05:32:57
115X
Ivan Ruiz Salinas
1:32:30 PM
7:23:25 PM
05:50:55
117X
Esteban Garcia
1:32:30 PM
7:24:40 PM
05:52:10
125X
Gustavo Melgoza Meneses
1:33:30 PM
7:56:28 PM
06:22:58
104X
Salvador Castro
1:31:00 PM

DNF
113X
Cornelio Garcia
1:32:30 PM

DNF
127X
Edilberto Jimenez
1:34:00 PM

DNF
124X
Oscar Castellanos
1:33:30 PM

DNF
110X
Manuel Reyes
1:31:30 PM

DNFMotos Safari
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
12S
Octavio Amador Estrada
1:36:00 PM
6:21:04 PM
04:45:04
5S
Servando Cazares Velderrain
1:35:00 PM
6:21:55 PM
04:46:55
98S
Juan Carlos Gutierrez Cardenas
1:37:30 PM
6:26:56 PM
04:49:26
6S
Danny Velazquez
1:35:30 PM
6:47:42 PM
05:12:12
10S
Manuel Perez Correa
1:36:00 PM
6:50:13 PM
05:14:13
15S
Francisco Javier Urrea
1:37:00 PM
6:55:33 PM
05:18:33
14S
Juan Pedro Lencioni
1:36:30 PM
6:58:48 PM
05:22:18
7S
Jovanni Hernandez Ojeda
1:35:30 PM
7:00:54 PM
05:25:24
1S
Jesus Gonzalez Jr.
1:35:00 PM
7:50:34 PM
06:15:34
95S
Ariel Carrillo Ceseña
1:37:30 PM
8:21:50 PM
06:44:20
2S
Jorge Islas Fernandez
1:35:00 PM
8:59:00 PM
07:24:00
19S
Rigoberto Villavicencio
1:37:00 PM

DNF
4S
Jorge Luis Gomez
1:35:00 PM

DNF
17S
Armando Arizpe Rojas
1:36:30 PM

DNFATV Pro
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
6A
Heriberto Marquez Perez
1:38:30 PM
6:19:02 PM
04:40:32
8A
Alejandro Campos
1:38:30 PM
6:21:19 PM
04:42:49
9A
Adolfo Arellano
1:39:00 PM
6:35:15 PM
04:56:15
3A
Willy Gaxiola
1:38:00 PM
6:37:44 PM
04:59:44
99A
Juan Pablo Gonzalez Garnica
1:39:30 PM
7:14:10 PM
05:34:40
2A
Juan Sanchez
1:38:00 PM

DNF
11A
Gary Gonzalez
1:39:00 PM

DNFATV Spt
Numero
Nombre
Salida
Meta
TiempoFinal
Q15
Javier Beltran
1:41:00 PM
6:17:25 PM
04:36:25
Q11
Carlos Sanchez
1:41:00 PM
6:27:16 PM
04:46:16
Q27
Sergio Fuentes
1:42:30 PM
6:28:47 PM
04:46:17
Q42
Ismael Gonzalez
1:45:30 PM
6:32:35 PM
04:47:05
Q39
Jorge Fco. Valenzuela Cochran
1:44:30 PM
6:34:34 PM
04:50:04
Q40
Luis Salgado
1:45:00 PM
6:37:09 PM
04:52:09
Q37
Adan Arellano
1:44:00 PM
6:38:29 PM
04:54:29
Q34
Cesar Mercado
1:44:00 PM
6:41:04 PM
04:57:04
Q16
Maui Cervantes
1:41:30 PM
6:42:25 PM
05:00:55
Q18
Caleb Delgado
1:41:30 PM
6:43:25 PM
05:01:55
Q99
Alfredo Ventura
1:46:00 PM
6:51:22 PM
05:05:22
Q20
Rafael Navarro Aguilar
1:42:00 PM
6:47:44 PM
05:05:44
Q2
Jorge Acosta
1:40:00 PM
6:50:14 PM
05:10:14
Q9
Fabiel Godinez Carlos
1:40:30 PM
6:56:50 PM
05:16:20
Q30
Gustavo Figueroa Cuevas
1:43:30 PM
7:10:00 PM
05:26:30
Q41
Ignacio Perez Pulido
1:45:00 PM
7:19:59 PM
05:34:59
Q28
Miguel Olivas Alvarado
1:43:00 PM
7:21:14 PM
05:38:14
Q98
Adrian Valdez
1:46:00 PM
7:28:52 PM
05:42:52
Q38
Erick Smith Ortega
1:44:30 PM
7:38:28 PM
05:53:58
Q24
Moises Gerado Saiza
1:42:00 PM
7:43:35 PM
06:01:35
Q97
Alonso Ruiz
1:45:30 PM

DNF
Q33
Marcos Zepeda
1:43:30 PM

DNF
Q29
Antonio Dominguez
1:43:00 PM

DNF
Q96
Hector Maymes
1:45:30 PM

DNF
Q5
Vityko Lopez
1:40:30 PM

DNF
Q25
Fernando Medina Camarena
1:42:30 PM

DNF
Q1
Sergio Marentes Jr
1:40:00 PM

DNF