MEXICAN 1000 Report 3
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La Paz, Baja California Sur -
the fiesta and party for off-road racing, Baja Racing,
began with contingency and ended with the finish line of the
MEXICAN 1000 & the local race, Dos Mares 500.
international event, the Dos Mares-500.
arguably the most historic race of
Sudcalifornia, Southern Baja California, Mexico,
the national and international racers,
raced into the early hours today. Organized by
The Fidepaz, Start line, which offfered the
official checkered flag itself, with the official target
Centenario, but the competitors came to
waterfront area to start the events.
Over 200 racers competed in the local race
the municipalities of La Paz and Comondu, starting
El Saladito, to move to Las Golondrinas that
approximately 65 miles, which will be located
first check point, hence due to Ihuajil where
will be the second check, the third will be located in
Km 194; another on the Rancho El Refugio, San
Venancio, El Conejo, at kilometer 38 on the penultimate
check to reach the goal in El Centenario.
As all Baja Racers know, this race presented
Baja Sureños, Southern Baja racers, the best pilots,
which together with other Mexican nationals and
some foreigners will be looking
impose new race record, which in the words
of those who have competed for many years,
the faster cars, this could be done.
Famous "Rody" Rodimiro Amaya Jr.,
and Luis "Fito" Ramirez, whose records
are under four hours.
Unofficial MEXICAN 1000 Results:
Bob Gordon, Father of Robby Gordon, Wins Overall.
Anticipated 2010 NORRA Trophy Winner
After capturing first place last week in the three-day NORRA 1000 Alternative Fuel Class in Mexico, and then sixth in the Dos Mares race, there is no doubt Baja was good to the Crystal Bay Casino Norman Motorsports Team.
The NORRA 1000 was a three-day staged rally that was littered with the heroes of desert racing. The most popular desert racers could be seen everywhere one looked, preparing to race their vintage pre-1989 vehicle or trying their hand at alternative fuel technology.
The Norman Motorsports Team was just as star-studded, consisting of Norman and his Crystal Bay Casino No. 8 Trophy Truck driver, Larry Roeseler, legendary motorcycle racer and Crystal Bay Casino No. 8 driver, and Mark Post, Riviera No. 3 Trophy Truck driver.
Norman started the race on Day 1 in the 49th position before working his way up the field to fourth when he successfully handed off the truck to Post, who finished the flawless day in the first position. With the success of the first day under their belt, Norman was able to start first and challenge himself to read the GPS and Roadbook while driving solo with no co-pilot to help navigate.
Post once again got handed a running truck but in La Purisima got a flat tire, which was the minor part of his problem. Somewhere along the way, the jack handle had fallen off. Post ended up waiting in the desert for almost two hours while the recovery was in process. But thanks to Brian Collins, who stopped to help, he was able to change the tire and continue the 8 miles to the finish line, taking 17th for the day.
The third day, Roeseler started and Post again took it to the finish line. This time Post was resilient. With another flat tire on his hands, he decided to finish the last 20 miles on the flat. The KMC wheel took the brutal beating all the way to the finish line with no tire, and amazingly didn't significantly damage the wheel or the brake rotor. The Norman Motorsports team ended up finishing about 120 minutes behind the overall winner, but proudly took first place in the Alternative Fuel Class.
“This was a gentleman's race,” Norman said. “Everyone at the start line wanted to race hard, but there was no nerfing and a lot more courtesy on the course than there is in a typical desert race. The whole thing was cool. My favorite part was drinking Tecate and eating the most amazing lobster I have ever tasted with the legends of the sport in the heart of Baja.”
While Roeseler and Post were competing in the final day of the NORRA 1000, Norman was at Contingency for the Dos Mares 500, where he would be competing in the Zorro Racing Team No. 69 Camaro Trophy Truck.
Come race day, Norman started seventh and had a plan of taking it easy in the beginning of the race. But before he knew it he had made his way up into fourth place when they stopped for a fuel pit. Shortly after they left the pit, coming out of a silt bed, it seemed as if they had lost the transmission and called for rescue. As they were completing the install on a new transmission, they found that it was actually the rear differential that had broken, so they were back to waiting for rescue with a replacement rear differential on the way.
After countless vehicles passed them on the course, they finally got it all put back together and were now faced with the new transmission overheating and eventually losing first and third gear. Francisco Cevantez, the truck owner who had taken over driving duties for the second half of the race, did take the checker flag at 4:30 a.m. They finished sixth after driving by the oil temperature gauge that limited them to 87 mph.""
|DAY 1||DAY 2||DAY 3||TOTAL|
|53||2||BEN ABATTI JR||201:36||321:39||277:31||800.46|
|68||5A||JOSE JULIO SANTIBAÑEZ||257:34||479:19||415:10||1152.03|
|34||6||STEVE KRIEGER III||209:46||335:26||613:00||1158.12|
|75||2||THOMAS HALIBURDA JR||395:22||623:15||DNF||DNF|
|Place||Veh #||Ctgy||Team||DAY 1||DAY 2||DAY 3||TOTAL|
|1||53||2||BEN ABATTI JR||201:36||321:39||277:31||800.46|
|10||75||2||THOMAS HALIBURDA JR||395:22||623:15||DNF||DNF|
|1||34||6||STEVE KRIEGER III||209:46||335:26||613:00||1158.12|
|1||68||5A||JOSE JULIO SANTIBAÑEZ||257:34||479:19||415:10||1152.03|
Famous "Rody" Amaya 8:10
Alejandro Abaroa 8:26
Martin Avendano 8:48
Gary Magness 9:13
Luis Ramirez 8:47
9:03 Arturo Castillo
Bound Juan 9:05
Jose Vizcaino 9:51
10:10 Pat Ryan
Ruben Salar 10:38
Carlos Betancourt 10:08
10:19 Tomba Andrea
Victor Ceseña 9:54
Luiz Carlos Jimenez 10:00
9:37 Jaime Huerta
Pepe Cervantes 9:51
9:55 Humberto Osuna
1218 ----- 10:29
10:40 Roberto Gonzalez
Burnet Chriss 10:48
Shot jr 10:05
10:21 Gabrel Martinez
Francisco Chavez 10:51
Garden Othoniel 10:40
10:46 Ruben Elevation
Barreda Victor 10:57
Holmes Rolando 10:53
10:56 Juan Carlos Montaño
Manriquez Jesus 10:58
11:03 flavio garden
Roberto Maple 11:06
Castil eddy 11:11
"Old Betsy" ran like clock work. The only thing we had to do to her is put in fuel, clean her up, add a little grease and a small amount of fluids for three days. She is truly an amazing race car. The car has sat in Bob's garage for the past 12 years. The last time it had run was when Bob and I won with her in the 1998 Baja 1000 to La Paz. Bob dusted it off did a once over on her and we ran it. That 21 year old beam car knows her way in Mexico no doubt and showed some of those newer trucks and prerunners that ran in the alternative fuels class that she can still compete. That car reminds me of "Sea Biscuit." Never gives up.
We split up the driving on all three days which was some real fun for us all. My Dad (Frank Arciero) started Day 1 and did the majoity of the running with Sean Hoglund as his Navigator. They did an awsome job working through traffic as we were the 85th car to leave the line. Now I (Ryan Arciero) know how it is when the Class 11's start. Man it took forever for us to reach the start line. It felt like by the time we took the green flag, half the field was already half way to La Paz.
Benny Metcalf and I got in in San Felipe and brought her into Bay of La to round out Day 1. We were able to get around the majority of the field and ended up being the 8th car into Bay of La.
From there Tim Crabtree took over driving duties from Bay of La to San Ignacio. When Tim reached us in Vizcano he was the fourth car there. Bob got in at the Pemex Station in San Ignacio and did the next stage to finish in Loreto. The Norman TT was leading on corrected time at that point with us not far behind in second overall. When Bob reached Loreto he was the second car to come across the finish line to end the special behind Scott Steinberger. Mark Post in Normans TT had some issues around La Purisma. That put us in the lead overall but physically behind Scott to start Day 3.
My Dad and Bob decided to let me drive the entire third day for whatever reason, and I wasn't going to argue especially with my elders so I agreed. Sean Hoglund started the day with me and did the first 64 miles in stage 1. We were able to get around Scott pretty quick as both of us made a navigation mistake right off the start in the wash headed to San Javier road. Sean and I were able to "b" line it back towards the course through some rocks and get around Scott for the physical lead. From there we first on the road for the remainder of the day. On the start of stage 2 Benny got back in with me to do the next 174 into La Paz. We ran into the Dos Mares race course when we crossed Hwy 1 headed south of Constitucion and it was pretty cool seeing the fans from that race. I think they were surprised to see us and looked a bit confused as if we were entered in that race and we had arrived way, way too early. One of the their check points even handed us a check stub as if it was one of their cars. Was a bit funny.
Benny and I were having a blast heading down the remainder of the peninsula on the pacific ocean and then made our last left turn to head back east towards La Paz. When we got to the finish line of the last special there was a huge sense of joy knowing that we were the first car and had accomplished something special. What fun. From there my Dad and Bob were already suited up at our Chase truck so Benny and I got out and the two of them got into the car and took it into La Paz and crossed the finish line with my Dad driving and Bob in the passenger seat. That was awesome to see. I have no idea how they decided between the two of them who was going to drive. When we got to the ceremonial finish line in La Paz I don't think anyone knew we were coming in because everyone looked pretty surprised to see a car. They were still in the process of setting up the finish line when we pulled up and in surprise they waved the checkered flag. There weren't that many people there when they crossed the finish line but not more than two of three minutes after that a sea of people were around us. They must of got the message late.
What was funny about this trip, is we were all looking for an incredible time, relive old memories and let "Old Betsy" run down the peninsula once again. It was a no stress race, just going down for an epic adventure. That did happen, but I am here to tell you that flew out the window when we knew there was a chance to win this race overall. The racers immediately came out in Bob, my Dad, Tim Crabtree and myself and we started look at this sucker a bit different on what we needed to do to win this race. Our first plan on why we were going down was now playing second. I guess once a racer always a racer. If there is something to win on the line, it is funny how our thought process changed.
All in all to see these old cars and bikes compete down there again was something special. To see where our sport came from and where it is today is a pretty incredible sight.
(We) cant wait to do it again!
Dos Mares 500 Video/Start Line
Dos Mares 500 Video/Start Line 2010
Dos Mares 500 Videos/ Trophy Truck Start 2010
Dos Mares 500 Videos/ Mid Race 2010
Promotional Video 2009
Promo Video Dos Mares 500 Previous Race
Photos from the Laguna del Diablo, Devils Dry Lake during the Mexican 1000
Photos From Mexicali & San Felipe Baja California Mexico during the first day of the Mexican 1000
Finish Line at La Paz Video
LIVE Coverage from last nights big Mexican 1000 Contingency in Mexicali and the Dos Mares 500 Event in La Paz. Special Thanks to Roger Norman Motorsports!
Mexicali and La Paz Getting Ready To Rock 'N' Roll in Off Road History
From Mexicali & La Paz, LIVE!
We are doing MMNG to enter and gas, then BOLA, hang out all night if rooms, if not allow an hour of light and skip to PSFO or MULEGE for the nite. Hit ?? for next 2 nites then go home Sunday, thru OLS. DVT.
The Dos Mares 500 is already in full swing!
""Roger Norman and Francisco "El Zorro" Cervantes made his travels.
We had a very pleasant chat with Roger Norman and Francisco "El Zorro" Cervantes, who have given us the pleasant news of his involvement at the XVII edition of the Dos Mares 500 that has caused a lot of movement well in advance.
They with the assistance and excellent support of Samuel Araiza, prepare thoroughly and define the strategy for what is seen as the best 500 of the Dos Mares history.
Roger Norman gave us plenty of comments, he is a very accessible, not for nothing is gained the appreciation of a large number of Mexican fans. The same goes for a Class 7, a class 11, and this time the gorgeous Camaro Trophy Trophy of "Zorro" Cervantes, this, despite having three powerful vehicles in its workshops.
Roger Norman, a person which is handled very much linked to the question cybernetics, is rising all the time information to your Factbook, in which he narrates and describes that area is, with whom he is cohabiting. It is very curious that we said Samuel Araiza, who were in class 12 for two people to 85 miles per hour and Roger Norman took and took photographs.
Among other things, we trust that participate in the 1000 Mexican Rally organized NORRA, with Larry Roessel and Mark Post, in the Truck Trohy number 8, the famous "Duralast" he wrote brilliant pages in the history of Score International, Enduro Racing Team.
In its logistics Rally Mexico 1000, has contemplated driving to Loreto, on Friday April 30, and from there it moved to La Paz to get to the mechanic check the Dos Mares 500 and be able to live with fans.
The next day, it will be Norman who exit the 500 at the Dos Mares Camaro, which incidentally has a compliance engine with 750 horsepower, to drive a little over 50% of the race until the dunes, and hence is Francisco Cervantes who leave everything as it arrives at the goal.
An excellent story entrusted to us is that the famous Ex Duralast car number 8, it will be ready to compete in races exclusively in
His first tour was the day Friday April 16 for a ride Saturday more to the driver touches the tranche, and Sunday 18 will be intense as two laps to travel.
Without doubt one of the biggest supporters for Norman and "The Fox" has Sammy was the Racing team, which bring much of its logistics and experience in the careers of these distinguished guests who are served by an excellent host as is Samuel Araiza.""
OSOR PROBAJA CHAMPIONSHIP 2010.
AUTOMOBILE CLUB LA PAZ
RACE: XVII DOS MARES 500
LIST OF REGISTERED Updated: 14/ABR/2010
Total Racers: 154
TROPHY TRUCK (11)
1. 3 Rodimiro Amaya Zamorano
2. 25 Martín Ibarra
3. 38 Luis Camarena
4. 20 Martín Avendaño
5. 28 Ernesto Cervantes
6. 1 Valerio González / Víctor Barreda
7. 69 Francisco Cervantes / Roger Norman
8. 4 Gary Magness
9. 99 Alejandro Abaroa
10. 2 Martín Avendaño Jr.
11. 21 José Luis Abaroa
COPA PLAYSTATION CLASE 1 (10)
1. 111 Francisco Huerta/Jaime Huerta
2. 170 Arturo Castilla/Héctor Tapia
3. 119 Luis Ramírez Cota
4. 108 Andrés Ruffo de Alba
5. 106 Juan Carlos Flores
6. 145 Julio Miguel Herrera
7. 160 Jay Manning / Jake Batulis
8. 103 José Vizcaíno
9. 120 Alberto Zetter
10. 149 Juan Cota/Jorge Domínguez
CLASE 8 (4)
1. 828 Carlos Betancourt / Ricky Betancourt
2. 801 Tom Bradley
3. 800 Andrea Tomba
4. 802 Alfredo Carballo 1RS
CLASE 10 (1)
1.- 1049 Pedro Velázquez
CLASE 5-LIBRE (5)
1. 505 Jaime Moncayo
2. 501 Juan Carlos de Jesús Jiménez
3. 525 Héctor Guadalupe Ibarra Espinoza
4. 510 Carlos Ramírez
5. 528 Víctor Ceseña Angulo
CLASE 12 (12)
1. 1201 Francisco Villagómez
2. 1220 Chriss Burnett
3. 1203 Jaime Huerta / Octavio Dávalos
4. 1204 Gabriel Palacios
5. 1206 Humberto Osuna
6. 1200 Samuel Araiza Vázquez
7. 1222 Hugo Daniel Ceseña
8. 1207 Armando Molina
9. 1210 Alan Zamudio
10. 1228 Franco Niño de Rivera / José Cervantes
11. 1235 Aarón Rosas Wilkes
12. 1290 Roberto González 1 RS
CLASE 7 (22)
1. 728 Alejandro Murillo
2. 729 Carlos Ramos Murillo
3. 744 Andrés Pérez
4. 716 Roberto Osorio
5. 725 Ricardo Yee
6. 749 Marco Antonio Castro
7. 708 Luis Fernando Cota
8. 731 Gabriel Martínez
9. 703 Salvador González Osuna
10. 748 Filiberto Gastelum / Gabriel Lizárraga
11. 735 Guillermo Rojas Sotres
12. 706 Gerónimo Robles
13. 733 Alain Montes / Luis E. Ceseña
14. 747 Juan Hernández Paularena
15. 746 Francisco Chávez Velarde
16. 726 Samuel Tuchman/Eduardo Angulo
17. 739 Francisco Javier Pantoja Jr.
18. 734 Antonio Calderon
19. 716 Rafael Reyes Saldaña
20. 700 Hugo Rafael Sáenz
21. 701 Miguel Ángel Carballo
22. 730 David Sandoval
CLASE ESTÁNDAR 1600 (16)
1. 1650 Silvestre/Roberto Arce
2. 1688 Rubén Cota / Rigoberto Guerrero
3. 1622 Danilo Ceseña
4. 1695 Juan Carlos Montaño
5. 1604 Othoniel Huerta
6. 1621 Jesús Manríquez / Adrián Díaz
7. 1644 Mario Hernández Fonseca
8. 1640 Flavio Huerta
9. 1617 Ismael Sánchez
10. 1610 Pablo Cota
11. 1691 Romeo Gamboa
12. 1639 Rolando Holmos Montaño
13. 1626 Armando Boheme
14. 1603 Eddy Castil
15. 1600 Víctor Barreda Lozano/ Valerio González
16. 1613 Larry Nash
CLASE 5/1600 (7)
1. 566 José María Hernández / Abraham Collins
2. 570 Javier Montoya
3. 569 Armando Macías
4. 561 Trinidad Gutiérrez
5. 550 José Juan Islas
6. 589 Armando Murillo
7. 579 Enrique Zazueta Jr. / Edgar Flores Zazueta 1RS
CLASE 8 STOCK (10)
1. 865 Gustavo Nava/Agustín Agúndez
2. 888 Toñita Abaroa/José Juan Abaroa
3. 867 Pedro Campos
4. 850 Gilberto Cortés Peña
5. 883 Edwin Rebolledo
6. 856 Jaime Ramírez / Hilmar Ramírez
7. 861 Humberto Hugo Gómez
8. 852 Gabriel Sánchez
9. 880 Paúl López Munguía
10. 882 Antonio / Mickey / Iván Monroy
CLASE 6 (2)
1. 625 Silvino Ortega
2. 600 Eduardo Fernández
CLASE STOCK MINI (8)
1. 769 Arturo Niño de Rivera
2. 787 Abraham Careaga / Mike Juárez
3. 777 Sergio arroyo
4. 762 Mario Perpuli
5. 753 Juan Manuel Echavarría
6. 799 Antonio Cázares
7. 750 Mario Cham
8. 788 Exiquio Cadena
COPA ****** CLASE 9 (18)
1. 999 Abraham Collins
2. 947 Joel Esliman
3. 930 José Ricardo López Araiza
4. 902 Ramón Humberto Herrera/Juan Carlos Pinales Jr.
5. 932 Asensión Castro / Bulmaro Castro
6. 989 Jesús Villagómez
7. 998 Fabricio Barreto
8. 920 Nelson Moreira
9. 912 Martín Alucano
10. 973 David Orozco
11. 988 Ramiro Cota Ruiz/Sergio Ortiz
12. 903 Nolberto Ritchie
13. 951 Cesar Uzcanga / Erick Romero
14. 908 Jossio Agúndez
15. 903 Paúl Escobedo
16. 900 Alejandro Vega / Rolando Holmos
17. 904 Lorenzo Burgoing
18. 901 Jorge Green
CLASE 11 (9)
1. 1120 José Francisco Chacón Agúndez
2. 1101 Geovanny Alucano / Erick Solórzano
3. 1147 Francisco Onésimo Álvarez
4. 1146 Christian Romero / Erick Romero
5. 1116 Lorenzo Raúl González
6. 1196 José Luis Villareal
7. 1169 Juan Carlos Gracidas
8. 1157 Diego Robles
9. 1199 Elías Hernández
CLASE 14 SPORTMAN TRUCK (4)
1. 1424 Francisco Aguilar / Nestor Castorena
2. 1429 Javier Murillo
3. 1418 Miguel Ángel Carballo Jr. / Francisco Romero
4. 1412 Roberto Ruíz / Carlos Sánchez
CLASE 15 SPORTMAN BUGGY (4)
1. 1515 Paul Clark
2. 1518 Gilberto Rentería
3. 1547 Ramón Alberto Ruíz Martínez
4. 1500 César Romero Jr
Motorcycles and Quads
CLASE 22 7
NOMBRE: ITZCOATL BAREÑO/MANUEL PORTELA/FABIAN VEGA/EL PIOJILLO, B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO No: 30x
MOTO: CRF 450X
NOMBRE: VINCENT MEZA/CD. CONSTITUCION. B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: CRF450X
NOMBRE: FRANCICO SEPTIEN/SHANE SPOSITO
ORIGEN: ENSENADA, B.C.
TIPO DE MOTO: HONDA XR650R
NOMBRE: JENARO FLORES GONZALEZ / JOSE DE JESUS RIVERA ZAÑUDO
NUMERO: 63 X
CATEGORIA: ESTAMOS PENSADO INSCRIBIRNOS EN LA PROMOCIONAL CLASE 30 O
TIPO DE MOTO: HONDA XR 650
NOMBRE: LUIS ALBERTO CESEÑA ROMERO/LA PAZ, B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: Honda crf 450x
TEAM: AC 4x
NOMBRE: JAY MANNING / ALBERTO ROSS "EL DIABLO "/SAN JOSE DEL CABO, B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: Honda 450 CRFX
NOMBRE: MARCELINO VALDEZ/ALEJANDRO VIZCAINO/ DAVID ZARATE/LA PAZ/SAN JOSE DEL CABO, B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: Honda 450
CLASE 21 6
NOMBRE LUIS FRANCISCO DIAZ CAZARES/LA PAZ, B.C.S.
NUMERO DE MOTO: 107x
TIPO DE MOTO: Crf 450r
TEAM: DIAZ & DIAZ
NOMBRE: MISAEL/ISRAEL CRUZ/ LA PAZ, B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: CRF450x
NOMBRE: EDUARDO PETIT/RAFAEL TRUJILLO/LA PAZ, B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: YAMAHA 450
TEAM: TODO PC/MOTOSBAJA
NOMBRE: DIEGO MARTINEZ ROMERO/LA PAZ, B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: crf250r
NOMBRE; ANDRIK OECHLER
NUMERO; 157 X
NOMBRE; RAMON DAVILA/ABEL BURGUEÑO/LA PAZ/MAZATLAN SINALOA.
NUMERO; 100 X
ATV PRO 6
NOMBRE: HECTOR ZEPEDASALVAOR PEREZPLIEGO/JUAN JOSE ABAROA, LOS CABOS BCS
TIPO DE MOTO: TRX 450
TEAM: ZORROS TEAM
NOMBRE: PEDRO/VICTOR TARANGO/ERICK COSIO/LA PAZ,B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: bombardier DS BAJA 650X
NOMBRE: JUAN JESUS LOZANO RIVERA/LAPAZ B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: BOMBARDIER 650
TEAM: LOZANO RANCING TEAM
NOMBRE: RENE TAPIA/ FERNANDO PEREZ PLIEGO/ LOS CABOS, B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: RAPTOR 700
NOMBRE: ALEJANDRO I. MOTA TRASVIÑA/COMONDU, B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: SUZUKI LTR 450/ YAMAHA RAPTOR 660
CABE RACING TEAM
NOMBRE: ENRIQUE BONILLAS & BALTA GARCIA
ORIGEN: LA PAZ B.C.S. MEXICO
TIPO QUADS: HONDA 700XX ó RAPTOR700r
ATV SPORTMAN 8
NOMBRE: JESUS "VILLAFER"/JOSAFAT JARAMILLO/LA PAZ, B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: YAMAHA RAPTOR 660
TEAM: VILLAFER Racing & Team K11
NOMBRES JESUS ERNESTO CONTRERAS NIEBLA Y LUIS ABAROA/LA PAZ, B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: BOMBARDIER 650
TEAM: GUACAMAYAS RACING
NOMBRE: FEDERICO AGUILAR/JESUS AGUILAR/RAMON SANCHEZ/LA PAZ, B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: HONDA 700xx
TEAM: MOFLES EL PATO
NOMBRE: AHMED MARRON/ROBERTO CAMARILLO/SAN JOSE DEL CABO
MOTO: HONDA DUNCAN TRX 450
NOMBRE: DAVID NAJERA/JOSE MANUEL ZAVALA/LA PAZ,B.C.S.
MOTO: HONDA 450
NOMBRE:JUAN CARLOS FLORES/URIEL DAVALOS/LA PAZ,B.C.S.
MOTO: TRX 450 2005
TEAM: FLOYEE´S and DR
Piloto(s): Erik Rubio Osuna/Ruben Gutierrez/La Paz, Baja Sur
MOTO: Honda trx450
NOMBRE: EDSON /CRISTIAN GUEREÑA/CESAR AYALA/CABO SAN LUCAS, B.C.S.
MOTO: RAPTOR 660 .2005
TEAM: DRINK TEAM
SPORTMAN MOTO 2
NOMBRE PILOTO: GABRIEL LARIOS HEREDIA/LA PAZ,B.C.S.
TIPO DE MOTO: XR650R
NOMBRE: ENRIQUE CABRAL/CABO SAN LUCAS. B.C.S.
MOTO: KTM 520
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