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Sunday, May 01, 2016

KING of BAJA Dos Mares 500 April 29 - May 1, 2016

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Official Results announced! from La Paz, Baja California Sur.- The pilot Jaime Huerta's overall victory in the XXIII edition "Dos Mares 500", in which 253 participants took part, resulting in a great competition took emotions starting and finishing in La Paz. 

 According to the results and unofficial times released by the Organizing Committee of the Automobile Club La Paz, in the Trophy Truck class, first it took him from street corridor Jaime Huerta doing an excellent time of 4 hours and 48 minutes. Leaving second and third Americans Mango Racing drivers, Magness, Chelsea with 5:22:37 and 5:58:54 Gary with. 

 While in Class 1, was won by the comundeño pilot, Rodimiro Amaya Jr. with a time of 5:12:37, reaching behind with 5:25:25 Victor Barreda and Fernando Hoyos with 5:34:09. Juan Carlos de Jesus Jimenez conditions imposed in Class 2 with a time of 5:50:50 seconds, was second, Brian Westerlund with 6:13:33 and third, Geovany Alucano / Alan Joshua Alucano with 6:29:19. 

 In Class 8, the title went to Omar Zavala with a time of 7:39:40, winning the second site Jimmy Diaz with 8:17:46 and third arrived Israel Araiza / Jesus Gausín with 11:49:14. Taking the overall in restricted categories, Roberto Carlos Camarillo / Roberto Carlos Meza were the first to cross the finish line in Class 12 with a time of 5:57:25, beating Antonio Castro with 6:11:44. 

 In Class 7, the winner was Guillermo Gallardo record 6:10:54, second place corresponded to Hugo Rafael Gonzalez Saenz 8:02:56 and third, Edgar Pérpuli 8:29:14. Hiram Montaño / Carlos Olmos got the victory in Class 17 with a time of 6:10:13, followed by Jose Luis Villareal 6:13:27 and Rafael Corona / Humberto Guitron 6:14:24. 

 In Class 5/1600 was won by Jaime Avalos / Belem Camacho with a time of 10:26:14, the second place took him Manuel Garcia / Enrique Nava with 11:27:24 and third was Salvador Sanchez Gonzalez with 11: 55:34.  

Class 8 Stock.- The 1st. Erick Eduardo Lerma 8:47:19. 2do. Samir Omar Rivera Montoya 10:02:36. The 3rd. Juan Pablo Alvarez 12:23:18. class 7sx.- The 1st. Raul Talamantes 7:48:50. 2do. José David Corral 9:21:07. The 3rd. Rene Nunez Garza 9:42:58.  

In Stock Mini.- The 1st. Mario Cham 7:48:13. 2do. Luis Sergio Yuen 8:19:13. 3ro.Roberto Galvez / Jesus Aviles 9:46:28. class 18.- The 1st. Ruben Alejandro Gonzalez Diaz 9:46:42. 2do. Abraham Batarse Tagle 9:53:52. The 3rd. Jorge Melendez Maillar 9:54:21. 9. class The 1st. Jaime Saiza Leggs / César Madrid 8:23:58. 2do. Ramiro Cota 9:41:05. The 3rd. Ramón González 9:43:37. 

In  Sportman Truck.- The 1st. Rigoberto Castro Cosio 11:25:24. 2do. Juan Sandoval Esparza 11:44:04. 

 Sportman Buggy.- The 1st. Pedro Perez Pliego 9:06:45. 2do. Antonio Hernandez Meza 9:44:13. The 3rd. César Enrique Romero Zatarain 10:45:53. 

In Class 11.- The 1st. Joel Esliman 11:02:07. 2do. Leon and Francisco Burgoin / Benito 11:31:58 Hamburg. The 3rd. Raul Dorado / Jorge Street 12:12:07. He received special recognition for being the last vehicle that reaches the goal called "From Dusk to Dawn", was on this occasion for Israel Guadalupe Fuentes # 1588, who made a time of 13 hours and 30 minutes, crossing the finish line almost at the end at 7:33:48 am on Sunday.




UNOFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT MADE:
Jaime Huerta (175 Racing)Takes Dos Mares 500 2016!

 Caguamos Racing, second place truck finisher
 



Rudy Amaya in his Class 1 was the first in his class, across the finish line.

Jaime Huerta, crossing the finish. First truck to complete the event at the old finish line, just outside of town.

399x First To Finish! MOTO HITS THE MALECON! 

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Promotional Video for this years racing...
 


RaceDay in the 'Land of Two Seas!'

Perfect racing conditions and crazy lust over Baja South making for another Wild West shootout, here in the Capital of Off-Road!


*A local family, racing family, in Dos Mares 500.






*No significant American racers show for this years events in La Paz. Unlike last year, when the Americans showed up in spades.

*Locals fight it out for the Dos Mares Glory.
 
Robby Gordon taking chances in Baja South during CABO 1000 fling May 28th. This move was made on an open road, during an unofficial rally run event from Ensenada to San Jose.  The white pickup is a local civilian, driving on a public road. The spanish commentary was talking about the civilian.

The value of this local pick-up, just doubled. We can see the ad..."the robby gordon hitted truck". Locally, now in demand. La Paz, The Official Home of Off-Road Racing!            

 

Some of the best work Baja Safari has accomplished! Mango Racing's Gary Magness (Papa Mags) and daughter Chelsea with Dos Mares Director and La Paz resident Cinthya Murillo. Honestly, do you think these American billionaires would have ever even met the people of the Dos Mares, without an engraved invitation? Glad to see these Americans kicking down again this year!

The Capital of Off-Road!
La Paz, BCS. Mexico!




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*Contingency Party, OFF-THE-HOOK.

*Vildosola Racing upsets Baja Sur, again, doesn't enter local race!
 
*Huerta entry heading to contingency!

Pictured here, Jaime Huerta. During the race, he appeared as the physical leader in what is the 22nd running of the desert classic, KING of BAJA Dos Mares 500. The racing event begins and finishes in the Capital of Off-Road Racing, La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico!



**60 Years of Desert Racing Celebration!**





KING of BAJA Dos Mares 500 2016 

Official Entry List 

TOTAL (174)
Trophy Truck (13)
1 - 45 Gary Magness
2 - 32 Chelsea Magness
3 - 0 Jaime Huerta/ rodimiro amaya
4 - 90 Sandy Hall
5 - 5 Clyde Stacy/Eduardo Laguna
6 - 20 Alejandro Ruiz
7 - 29 Enrique Murillo
8 - 53 José de Jesús Flores
9 - 99 Alejandro Abaroa
10 - 9 Isaías González
11 - 24 Francisco/Miguel Monroy
12 - 23 Enemesio López
13 - 54 Andrés Ruffo

Clase 1 (16)
1 - 185 Francisco Villagómez
2 - 160 Víctor Barreda
3 - 188 Julio Verdugo
4 - 150 Armando Molina
5 - 199 Samuel Araiza
6 - 123 Ignacio A. Ojeda/Enemesio López
7 - 130 Andrea Tomba/Sandy Hall
8 - 109 Juan Carlos Flores
9 - 134 Edgar Romero
10 - 116 Armando Bravo
11 - 117 Blas Gracia
12 - 190 Rodimiro Amaya
13 - 145 Carlos Olmos/Julio Miguel Herrera
14 - 170 Arturo Castilla
15 - 169 Eduardo Guitrón
´-1rs - 112 Fernando Hoyos





Clase 2 (8)
1 - 255 Jaime Mario Abaroa/Jorge Abaroa
2 - 209 Eduardo Guitrón
3 - 280 Juan Carlos de Jesús Jiménez
4 - 288 Alex Verdugo/Héctor Verdugo
5 - 250 Luis Ismael Rojas Sotres
6 - 222 Brian Westerlund
7 - 211 Joel Espinoza Hernández/Manuel Espinoza
8 - 277 Ramiro de la Fuente Pequeño

Clase 8 (7)
1 - 823 Enemesio López/Catarino López
2 - 832 Jimmy Díaz
3 - 814 Alfredo Carballo
4 - 834 Alfonso Jaime Tabasco/Alfonso Jaime Zelaya
5 - 815 Omar Zavala
6 - 808 Rick Sánchez
-1rs - 801 Thomas Stever

Clase 12 (4)
1 - 1222 Roberto Carlos Camarillo/Roberto Carlos Meza
2 - 1281 Marco Antonio Medina R
3 - 1224 Sergio Emanuel Valle Ceseña
4 - 1231 Francisco García

Clase 7 (20)
1 - 726 Héctor Pérez Romero
2 - 737 José Carlos Jiménez
3 - 739 Hugo Rafael Sáenz González
4 - 711 Guillermo Gallardo
5 - 709 Guillermo Rojas
6 - 748 Diego Vail Kane
7 - 746 Francisco Chávez/Alan Chávez
8 - 734 Raúl Arturo Burgoin
9 - 724 Scott Rose/Antonio Cázares
10 - 720 Luis Fdo Cota/Alejandro Cota
11 - 717 Andrés Pérez Ramírez
12 - 736 Mario Pérpuli
13 - 723 Christian Cázares
14 - 743 Guillermo Romero Sillas
15 - 725 Erick González
16 - 714 Julio Escobedo/Andrés Battaglia
17 - 721 Manuel Núñez/Alexavier Cota/Fco Javier Cota
18 - 742 Arturo Romero Sillas
19 - 729 Luis Camarena Pelayo
20.- 7xx Carlos Valdez

Clase 17 (25)
1 - 1744 Pedro Castro Carranza
2 - 1710 José Luis Villareal
3 - 1782 Tarcilo Peña/Juan José R Islas
4 - 1722 Juan Francisco Briseño
5 - 1709 Jesús Manríquez/Ismael Sánchez
6 - 1786 Juan Carlos Pinales
7 - 1773 David Orozco Rivera
8 - 1785 Héctor Olmos Ceseña
9 - 1711 Armando Valles/Leonel Orozco
10 - 1712 Nigel Gale Garcia
11 - 1769 Danilo Ceseña Cota
12 - 1754 Alba Sandoval
13 - 1770 Javier Montoya
14 - 1713 Jaime R. Espinoza
15 - 1779 Enrique Zazueta
16 - 1739 Rolando Olmos
17 - 1749 Eduardo Gurza Jaider
18 - 1745 Hiram Montaño/Carlos Olmos
19 - 1777 Sergio Ojeda
20 - 1778 José Guadalupe Márquez
21 - 1750 Roberto Arce
22 - 1733 Juan Manuel Velázquez
23 - 1764 Fernando Cervón/Gustavo Nava
24 - 1706 Rafael Corona/Humberto Guitrón
25 - 1701 Jesús Contreras

Clase 5/1600 (2)
1 - 563 Hazzael Cota Peña
2 - 581 Miguel García/Enrique Nava

Clase 8 Stock (6)
1 - 867 Erick Eduardo Lerma
2 - 861 Juan Pablo Álvarez
3 - 856 Humberto Hugo Gómez
4 - 877 José Vidal Castillo
5 - 865 Francisco Tamayo
6 - 890 Samir Omar Rivera Montoya

Clase 7sx (6)
1 - 7038 Manuel Enrique Ponce
2 - 7059 Julio Alberto Murillo
3 - 7019 José David Corral
4 - 7052 Renato Pompeyo Avilés
5 - 7065 René Núñez Garza
6 - 7020 Daniel Reyes

Stock Mini (19)
1 - 764 Giovany Lucero
2 - 787 Isaac Mercado Zendejas
3 - 798 Alejandro Sánchez/Iván Sánchez
4 - 759 José Alberto Murillo
5 - 762 Antonio Rivera Amador
6 - 789 Raúl Talamantes
7 - 781 Raúl Camacho/Alejandro González
8 - 773 Juan Manuel Echavarría/Ismael Marrón
9 - 788 Humbert Bello/Edgar Hernández
10 - 782 Mario Cham
11 - 783 Luis Sergio Yuén
12 - 766 Jesús Salvador León
13 - 792 Roberto Gálvez
14 - 755 Crispín Ceseña
15 - 769 Arturo Valencia
16 - 757 Víctor Zárate
17 - 795 Ernesto Perales
18 - 786 Tomás Martín Espinoza
´-1rs - 770 Heladio Careaga

Clase 18 (16)
1 - 1881 Jorge Córdoba Esparza
2 - 1879 Julio Garza
3 - 1822 Juan Monroy/Erick Monroy
4 - 1871 Rubén Alejandro González Díaz
5 - 1884 Gerardo Gallegos Salas
6 - 1816 Arturo Enrique May Díaz
7 - 1823 Jorge Maillar Meléndez
8 - 1824 Martín Salgado Mayoral
9 - 1817 José Manuel Portilla Sánchez
10 - 1806 Alejandro Rodríguez
11 - 1820 Aarón Montufas
12 - 1825 Rodolfo Gerardo Murra P.
13 - 1827 Enrique Armando Ibarra Támez
14 - 1850 Abraham Batarce Tagle
15 - 1883 Gerardo Gallegos Sosa
16 - 1887 Eduardo Javier Díaz

Clase 9 (9)
1 - 921 César Madrid
2 - 933 Ramón González
3 - 924 Ernesto González
4 - 902 Fernando Marrón
5 - 988 Ramiro Cota
6 - 930 Alfonso Ojeda
7 - 980 Jesús Silva Cota
8 - 961 Omar Araiza
9.- 978 Ray Rene rubio

Sportman Truck (5)
1 - 1470 Juan Osvaldo Lucero
2 - 1471 Daniel Pérez
3 - 1469 Rigoberto Castro Cosio
4 - 1411 Noé Misael Camacho Murillo
5.- 1460 Benjamín lopez

Sportman Buggy (9)
1 - 1577 Rubén Arce Cordero/José Arce
2 - 1561 Aurelio Osorio
3 - 1578 Héctor Verdugo
4 - 1578 Fernando Ojeda
5 - 1566 Pedro Pérez Pliego
6 - 1550 Bill Ballester/ Benito Aguirre
7 - 1568 Ricardo Hernández Manríquez
8 - 1588 Israel Guadalupe Fuentes T.
9 - 1535 José Eduardo Martínez Ojeda

Clase 11 (9)
1 - 1157 René de la Toba
2 - 1119 Carlos Salgado
3 - 1105 Adrián Villarino
4 - 1161 Antonio Araiza
5 - 1148 Jesús Alberto Ortiz
6 - 1199 León Michel Burgoin
7 - 1147 Francisco Onésimo Álvarez Arce
8 - 1151 Fernando Ojeda
-1rs - 1153 Alejandro López Conde




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