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Via Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
By: Gary Newsome, Publisher

The weather for this years Baja 1000 couldn't have been better. High pressure kept skies clear, blue and warm. The helicopters in downtown Ensenada were so numerous, it appeared as though they were a cloud of mosquitos. 

The frenzied morning of the race ramped into chaos, once the green flag dropped for the monsters of the midway, the trophy trucks.

The class 1 race cars started off the line. When the unlimited desert buggies were driving off the line, another glaring example of Roger Normans negligence was displayed. 

Now, lets get this right, OK? This is Rogers sick circus. The Death Races!

Here's how the people who are responsible for this shit show put it, BFGoodrich Tires Report: "One of the "Umbrella girls", was between the wheels of the 150 getting her picture taken, stepped out from there, the camera guy wanted a few more shots so he stopped her. about that time the green rag was dropped, the 150 hit the skinny pedal and the rear spit her out like a rag doll. The Monster Girl was bleeding out her ears when they got to her. As of Saturday, about noon she was still in ICU."

She was run over by BFGoodrich Tires.

There are no guidelines to those who operate in the start/finish area of these race events. Often, people with NO CREDENTIALS are wandering through, what should be, a highly regulated patch of Baja Mexico.

The start finish line of the Baja races, in front of the old historic casino, should be secure, right?

This is now, a volatile work place environment/industrial incident/accident. Not a sporting incident. The MONSTER Girl is an employee and the area where it occurred, under normal conditions, would NOT be open to the public.

Only customers of Roger Norman, the racers. SCORE employees or in this case, an employee of a major sponsor, MONSTER Energy are to be allowed in the area? 

There is no guidance provided by the race sanction, SCORE-International, owned by one Roger Norman, that directs the conduct of the start/finish line of his events, in Mexico. That's how a Monster Energy employee was run over by a Class 1 racer, during the starting process of this years Baja 1000.

As soon as someone realized she was down and unconscious, they started directing racers to the left, past the victim. On the ground, face first and out.

They didn't even stop the traffic, at first.

Then someone realized the gravity of the matter, maybe even figured out they would have to bring in medical personnel and equipment, to save the young womans life. Then they stopped the flow of starting Class 1 race cars.

If it were not for the absolutely desperate state and local governments, these events would be outlawed. They are outlawed around the world. Cash, cash is paid to ignore the illegal and deadly race activities. 

We've already proven these race events actually cost more money, than are actually brought in by visitors. The state and local governments operate these events in fiscal deficits.

Why allow them? Because the local and state officials get paid off.

The new Mexican President has already called out the leader of the state as beyond corrupt. 

And the people of Baja California are decent, sport loving, humble and beyond forgiving.

No Safety Responsibility, No Sanction Oversight

It must be stated at this point, there are no race marshals in this Death Race. There are no safety officials at any of these mierda circuses!

You can't make this shit up, its a Roger Norman SCORE event. Contingency was the previous day, thats the biggest CF in motorsport. This is the Baja 1000, its a SlaughterHouse. Blood, gore and young lives, lost.

How many maimed and dead are we up to at this point?

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**Monster Energy promo girl seriously injured at the start of 2018 Baja 1000 
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UPDATED: Medical reports say the victim's head was run over by the racer tire. The same report says she is in an induced coma. Her face and eye was very badly injured.
 
At the start line of the 2018 Baja 1000, a Monster promotional representative, "Monster Girl", was 'run over' by a competitive racer during the class 1 vehicle departures. Early reporting indicated the victim was a 34-Year-old woman.

The event sanctioner, SCORE-International, reported the victim is in stable condition at this time and is being moved to a hospital in the United States after being discharged from Velmar hospital, in Ensenada, Baja Mexico.

The sanction rep reported, several injuries to the victim, including the face after her foot was caught by a tire of the racer, causing the victim to strike her head and face with the asphalt and be 'knocked-out', unconscious. 

The driver/racer didn't even notice, he had struck and ran over the Monster girl. She was evaluated and stabilized by doctors in Mexico and medically evacuated to the United States.
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**LIVE! Reporting>>>New Blood Winning Trophy Truck Class! Larry Conners and Rob Mac Battled! Penalties Win! Steele named as first place.

Video stuff of Rob Mac and Ryan Arciero in some shennanigans and Ricky Johnson and Luke McMillin in another incident. Both on the highway. Penalties, Penalties, Penalties.

Cammy Steele Gifted First Place

Now, where was this "Rule Book" last year during the glaring, very public, cheating scandal by the Lopez family/RPM Racing Clyde Stacy's $$$ to Roger Norman?!

Lopez ran the ENTIRE RACE without the 'Required' rear facing brake and amber lights. It's even well documented in the public, TV show that glaringly showed their truck, night and day, without rear facing lights. 

Supposedly, a serious rule breaking in Desert Racing.

But, last year that's all OK! Because $$$Clyde Stacy is Rogers $$$Pal, they took home first place at the 50th Rogers circus.

Just like this year, where Monster Energy is Rogers Pal$$$ and RockStar Energy is only Rob Macs Pal$$$. Rob Mac ended up getting gyped.

How stupid is this? Well, not $tupid to Roger. Remember people, 
ITS ONLY ABOUT HIS BENJAMINS!

If its your face smashed into the start/finish line asphalt and you're just a nobody, employee. 
You ain't SHIT!

Your blood and brains ground into Baja dirt, You Ain't SHIT.
You're GRIST FOR THE MILL

But, if Roger thinks its his money, than baby, you gotta problem!

Sick-Sick-Sick

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First off the line in the four wheel competition, on Friday (RaceDay) morning:  
"Ricky Johnson has earned the first starting position for Larry Connor’s Team C Racing in the featured  Trophy Truck division for Friday's annual Baja 1000.

This years Baja 1000 Qualifying, was held on a purpose built, 0.6-mile course that started and finished on the off-road track at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The iconic race itself will start and finish in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. 2018 SCORE Baja 1000 race-week festivities and race, have begun. On October 30th, in front of a capacity crowd at the LVMS Off-Road Track, Johnson, who won 38 Supercross races and seven AMA season championships in his Hall of Fame motorcycle career, blistered the dirt and asphalt covering two laps in 1m51.92s with an average speed of 38.57 mph in Connor’s Team C Racing Chevy Silverado. He ran laps of 58.69 seconds and 43.23 seconds. His second lap was the fastest of the night. 

Johnson was quickest among the 30 trucks out of the 37 entered in the race that elected to participate in the optional qualifying event. The 5,000-pound race trucks are designed for the pounding of open desert racing resulting in average speeds in qualifying 15-20 miles per hour less than they will average during the actual race. Johnson, finished 1.14 seconds faster than the runner-up qualifier as all of the top 14 qualifiers finished the course in less than two minutes.

A total of 30 of the 37 SCORE Trophy Trucks entered in the race including three SCORE TT Legend race trucks participated in the optional qualifying for starting positions within their respective classes, which are combined for starting positions but scored separately at the conclusion of the race.

SCORE has announced there will no longer be qualifying in Las Vegas for any future Baja 1000 events.

The Trophy Truck Class started in 1994, is the marquee desert racing division for high-tech, 950 horsepower unlimited custom trucks and  TT Legend, which debuted in 2017, is the SCORE Trophy Truck class-within-a-class with drivers at least 50 years old.

THE TOP 5 QUALIFIERS: Behind Johnson, second in qualifying was Luke McMillin with a time of 1:53.05 in the No. 83 Mark Racing Ford F-150, and third was last year’s top qualifier Robby Gordon, with a time of 1:53.52 in the No. 77 Team Gordon Chevy Silverado. Completing the top-five qualifier list was Cole Potts, fourth in a time of 1:53.84 in the No. 60 Chevy Silverado, and fifth was Las Vegas’ Bryce Menzies with a time of 1:53.97 in his new No. 7 Menzies Motorsports Ford Raptor."

 (numerical order, by class)

Pro Cars, Trucks & UTVs

(Number, driver/rider of record/additional drivers/riders, vehicle, engine)

  SCORE TROPHY TRUCK (Unlimited CustomTrucks)–

1 Carlos ‘Apdaly’ Lopez, 23, Tecate, Mexico/Juan C. Lopez, 43, Tecate, Mexico, Chevy Rally Truck (builder-Geiser)

4 Justin Matney, 33, Bristol, Tenn./Josh Daniel, 43, Vista, Calif., Chevy Rally Truck (Geiser)

*5L Clyde Stacy, 73, Bristol, Va./Armin Schwarz, 55, Austria (Germany), Chevy Rally Truck (Geiser)

6 Larry Connor, 68, Miamisburg, Ohio/Ricky Johnson, 53, Trabuco Canyon, Calif./Luke Johnson, 27, Trabuco Canyon, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Mason)

7 Bryce Menzies, 31, Las Vegas/Toby Price, 31, Australia, Ford Raptor (Huseman)

10 Alan Ampudia, 27, Ensenada, Mexico/Aaron Ampudia, 26, Ensenada, Mexico/Rodrigo Ampudia, 34, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor (ID)

11 Rob MacCachren, 53, Las Vegas/Jason Voss, 32, Gilroy, Calif., Ford F-150 (Geiser)

*12L Gustavo Vildosola, 65, Mexicali, Mexico/Scott Bailey, 58, Riverside, Calif./Mike Coleman, 53, La Jolla, Calif., Ford Raptor (ID)

15 Billy Wilson, 33, Corpus Christi, Texas/Chad Bunch, 42, Glendale, Ariz., Ford Raptor (Jimco)

16 Cameron Steele, 50, San Clemente, Calif./Pat Dean, Las Vegas, Ford Raptor (Geiser)

19 Tim Herbst, 55, Las Vegas/Ed Herbst, 57, Las Vegas/Ryan Millen, 33, San Juan Capistrano, Calif. (New Zealand), Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith)

20 Robbie Pierce, 59, Santee, Calif./Matt Loiodice, 35, Descanso, Calif., Ford Raptor (Jimco)

23 Dan McMillin, 30, San Diego/Gary Weyhrich, 51, Boring, Ore., Ford F-150 (Racer)

26 Dave Taylor, 44, Page, Ariz./Steve Strobel, Clarks, Neb., Chevy Silverado (Geiser)

31 Andy McMillin, 31, San Diego/Gustavo ‘Tavo’ Vildosola, 36, Mexicali, Mexico, Chevy Silverado (Mason)

32 Ryan Arciero, 45, Lake Forest, Calif./Adam Householder, 33, Anaheim, Calif./Kyle Washington, 48, Huntington Beach, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith)

33 Todd Tuls, 49, Bennington, Neb./Max Eddy Jr, Barstow, Calif./Dale Dondel, 53, Temecula, Calif./Corey Keysar, Colorado Springs, Colo., Ford Raptor (Racer)

37L Rolf Helland, 59, Morris, Ill./Jeff Mackiewicz, 50, Ottawa, Ill./Rick D. Johnson, Barstow, Calif., Ford Raptor (Geiser)

40 Chris Miller, 44, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif./Jimmy Nuckles, 50, Brawley, Calif., Toyota Tundra (ID)

45 Gary Magness, 64, Denver/Devin Housh, 37, Desert Hot Springs, Calif., Ford F-150 (Custom)

50 Zak Langley, 43, Manhattan Beach, Calif./Kyle Jergensen, 23, Oak Hill, Calif., Ford F-150 (ESM)

54 Troy Herbst, 52, Las Vegas/Christian Sourapas, 22, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif./Brett Sourapas, 22, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith)

*55L Jose de Jesus Flores, 55, Culiacan, Mexico/Eduardo Perez, 47, Culiacan, Mexico/Flavio Navarro, Tepic, Mexico, Chevy Silverado

57 Mike Palmer, 56, Denver/Mike Childress, Wrightwood, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Palmer)

60 Cole Potts, 19, Scottsdale, Ariz./Caleb Derby, 28, Phoenix, Chevy Silverado (Racer)

61 Richard Armstrong, 50, Canada/Jason Smith, 38, Henderson, Nev./Tracey Graf, 55, Canada/Justin B. Smith, 34, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado (Brenthel)

62 Mike Cook, 37, Provo, Utah, Chevy Silverado (Mason)

66 Harry Hepler, 54, Lansing, Mich./Steve Purchase, 35, Lansing, Mich./Josh Chedester, 30, Lansing, Mich., Ford Raptor (Evans)

70 Kevin Thompson, 45, Braunfels, Texas/Harley Letner, 35, Corona, Calif., Ford F- 150 (Herbst-Smith)

72 Aaron Ciliceo, 46, San Diego/Greg Adler, 50, Manhattan Beach, Calif./Abraham Lartundo, 39, San Diego, Toyota Tundra (Maniak)

*72L Rob Reinertson, 56, Woodside, Calif./Mike Salimbeni,  52, Lathrop, Calif., Ford F-150 (North American)

77 Robby Gordon, 49, Charlotte, N.C./Cole Potts, 19, Scottsdale, Ariz., Chevy Silverado (Custom)

*81L David Westhem, 58, Tahoe City, Calif./Tony McCormack, 60, Las Vegas/John Swift, Oxnard, Calif./Randy Salmont, 60, Santa Rosa Valley, Calif./John McCormack, 55, Las Vegas, Chevy C-1500 (Mac West)

83 Luke McMillin, 25, San Diego/Larry Roeseler, 61, Imperial, Calif., Ford F-150 (Racer)

85 Mike Lawrence, 30, Banning, Calif./Louis Meyers, 31, Perris, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith)

86 Joe Bacal, 49, Anthem, Ariz./Jeff Geiser, 52, Phoenix, Dodge Ram1500 (Geiser)

88 Mike Walser, 51, Comfort, Texas/Rod Walser, 44, Canadian, Texas/Jack Sutton, 57, Boerne, Texas, Chevy Silverado (Mason)

97 B.J. Baldwin, 39, Las Vegas/Willie Valdez Jr, 44, Las Vegas, Toyota Tundra (ID)

  *SCORE TT LEGEND (Unlimited Production Trucks, Drivers over 50 years old)–

  CLASS 1 (Unlimited open-wheel single or two-seaters)–

100 Brian Wilson, 33, Lakewood, Calif./Kyle Quinn, 30, Lakewood, Calif., Jimco-Chevy

101 Wayne Schlosser, 49, Alpine, Utah/Chris Young, 45, Alpine, Utah/Denny Barney, 48, Gilbert, Ariz./Dave Hunter, 47, Orem, Utah, Jefferies-Chevy

105 Mason Cullen, 19, Long Beach, Calif./Matt Cullen, 51, Long Beach, Calif./Chuck Sacks, 62, Canyon Lake, Calif./Gregg Ryan, 54, Temecula, Calif., Jimco-Chevy

106 Derek Fletcher, 33,Abingdon, Va./Christyan Samano, 29, Ensenada, Mexico, Tatum-Chevy

129 Brandon Bailey, 36, Riverside, Calif./Larry Job, 59, Las Vegas/Brendan Gaughan, 43, Las Vegas, Alumi Craft-Chevy

139 Jeff Sanca, 44, Canada/Clay Cantin, 44, Canada/Terrance Peragoodoff, 46, San Felipe, Mexico, Jimco-Chevy

149 Sam Berri, 64, Murphys, Calif./Mike Julson, 62, Descanso, Calif., Jimco-Chevy

150 Morgan Langley, 44, Manhattan Beach, Calif./Paul Keller, El Cajon, Calif./Mike Malloy, 39, Buckeye, Ariz., ESM-Chevy

151 John Ramirez, 45, Las Vegas/Steven Parent, 40, Hurst, Texas/Jaron Shetler, 27, Berthoud, Colo./Cameron Chin, 39, Las Vegas, Penhall-Chevy

153 Brad Wilson, 29, Long Beach, Calif./Justin Munyon, 32, San Clemente, Calif./Ronny Wilson, 56, Long Beach, Calif., Jimco-Chevy

168 Shelby Reid, 50, Apple Valley, Calif./Dale Ebberts, Wilton, Calif./Sammy Ehrenberg, Las Vegas, Jefferies-Chevy

185 Justin Davis, 25, Chino Hills, Calif., Jimco-Chevy

188 Sergio Salgado, 88, Mexicali, Mexico/Joel Serna, San Luis Potosi, Mexico/Ricardo Malo, Mexicali, Mexico, Jimco-Chevy

189 Jon Walker, 52, Neosho, Mo. (Guam)/Joe Black, 61, Laguna Beach, Calif./Joey Black, 27, Laguna Beach, Calif./Jimmy Rios, 45, Denver, Kreger-Chevy

  TROPHY TRUCK SPEC (unlimited Truck/SUV, stock, sealed engines)–

200 Elias Hanna, 35, Ensenada, Mexico/Francisco Verdugo, Ensenada, Mexico, HN-Chevy 1500

202 Chad Broughton, 23, Scotts Valley, Calif./Paul Broughton, 51, Scotts Valley, Calif./Eric Filar, Wildomar, Calif./Paige Sohren, 23, Scotts Valley, Calif., Custom-Chevy

204 Sara Price, 26, Canyon Lake, Calif., Geiser-Chevy

207 Steve Kovach, 64, Chandler, Ariz./Keith Jaeger, 58, Gilbert, Ariz./Preston Schmidt, 34, Mesa, Ariz./Kyle Sheets, 24, Chandler, Ariz., Kovach-Chevy

208 Andrew Entwistle, 58, Austin, Texas (New York, N.Y.)/Moses Smith, 42, Cresson, Texas/John Andrew Entwistle, 20, Austin, Texas/Daniel Matthews, 28, Round Rock, Texas, Brenthel-Chevy

210 Ted Moncure, 49, Long Beach, Calif./Nick Moncure, 40, Austin, Texas/Earl DesEdirio, 50, Las Vegas/Kevin McPherson, 41, Long Beach, Calif., LBR-Toyota

211 Pat Sims, 51, Eunice, N.M./ Dave Cole/Timothy Wilson, ESM-Chevy

218 Chad Dohrman, 35, Murrieta, Calif./Dave Touget, 37, Temecula, Calif./Tim Weston, 33, Corona, Calif., Get-Ford

221 Michael Pyle, 46, Draper, Utah/Connor Pyle, 22, Draper, Utah/Sam Mameles,45, West Jordan, Utah, TrophyLite-Chevy

225 Brian Trotter, 47, San Francisco (Hardtner, Kansas)/Jonathan Bickel, 51, Fort Worth, Texas/Josh Davis, Oklahoma/Sandy Schwab, 53, San Francisco, Mason-Chevy

230 Chad Hall, 55, Reno, Nev./Austin Hall, 34, Sparks, Nev./Chris Woo, 44, Truckee, Calif., Chevy Silverado

232 Chelsea Magness, 30, Denver/Matt Robinson, 34, Cathedral City, Calif./Steve Knudson, Palm Springs, Calif., Mango-Chevy

233 Karl Williams, 45, Lucas, Texas/Tyler McQuarrie, 40, Danville, Calif./Dave Tounget, 37, Temecula, Calif./Tanner Faust, 45, Huntington Beach, Calif./Erick Jacobs, 51, Ridgcrest, Calif., ESM-Chevy

234 Jason McNeil, 40, El Cajon, Calif./Jerry Larimore, 43, Temecula, Calif./T.K. McNeil, 32, Mesa, Ariz./Sean Kepler, 35, Temecula, Calif., Geiser-Ford

235 Derek Hunter, 37, Lubbock, Texas/Jonathan Faulkner, 20, Las Cruces, N.M./Mike Perez, 35, Houston/Geno Licitra, 39, Bend, Ore./Brandon Heald, 26, Barsow, Calif./Jared Ford, 39, Parker, Ariz., Brenthel-Chevy

238 Scott Kiger, 50, Kirby, Pa./Barry Hawk, 45, Smithfield, Pa./Sean Bogdan, 26, Kirby, Pa./Johnny Angal, 53, Hollywood, Calif., Mason-Chevy

240 Robert Patton, 55, Fort Worth, Texas/Timothy Vail, 57, Houston, Jimco-Chevy

242 Bryce Swaim, 31, El Cajon, Calif./Austin Jones, 22, Litchfield Park, Ariz./Garrett Stone, 24, El Cajon, Calif., TSCO-Chevy

250 John Langley, 75, Manhattan Beach, Calif./Steve Hengeveld, 49, Flagstaff, Ariz./Kash Vessels, Mooresville, N.C., Mason-Chevy

251 Joe Lomardo, 55, Las Vegas/Clint Malburg, 49, Las Vegas/Dan Martin/Jason Lulis, Brenthel-Chevy

252 Gonzalo Pirron, 45, Quartz Hill, Calif./Santiago Creel, 33, Mexico City, Mexico/Luis Pelayo, Mexico City, Mexico/Mark Winkelman, Cedar Hills, Texas, Jefferies-Chevy

257 Shane Redline, 42, Amarillo, Texas/Nick Leonard, 29, Detroit, Jeremy Luna, 27, Amarillo, Texas, Brenthel-Chevy

265 Craig McCarthy, 44, New Zealand/Ben Carmody, 41, New Zealand/Jeremy Silcock, 38, New Zealand/Josh Carmody, 38, New Zealand, Geiser-Chevy

266 Scott Biernot, 51, Hermosa Beach, Calif./Phil Casey, 44, New Zealand/Lee Biernot, 54, Phoenix, Blitzkrieg-Chevy

267 Hammond Meredith, 38, Laramie, Wyo./Nathan Moreno, 26, Huntington Beach, Calif./Alex Nicholas, 28, Dallas, ID-Chevy

273 Jordan Brenthel, 32, Temecula, Calif./Jonathan Brenthel, 38, Newport Beach, Calif./Tyler Miller, Mission Viejo, Calif., Brenthel-Chevy

276 Gerardo Iribe, 42, Miami, Fla. (Rosarito Beach, Mexico)/Gerardo J. Iribe, 19, Santa Ana, Calif./Fernando Ferrand, 73, Peru/Fernando Ferrand Jr, Peru/Juan F. Lopez, Peru, Curry-Chevy 1500

277 Rod Lewis, 64, San Antonio, Texas/Ryan Lewis, 24, Tucson, Ariz./Clint LaRue, 39, Boerne, Texas/Dave Milo, 47, Grand Junction, Colo./Eric Sheetz, 34, Carlsbad, Calif., Jimco-Chevy

295 William Hedrick Jr, 22, Vicente Guerrero, Mexico/William Hedrick, 52, Vicente Guerrero, Mexico/German Encinas, 42, Ensenada, Mexico, ID-Chevy

299 Charles Dorrance, 43, Austin, Texas/Craig Brockman, 43, Austin, Texas/Dave Carapetyan, Austin, Texas/Dylan Herman, Reno, Nev., Geiser-Chevy

  CLASS 10 (Limited, sealed engine, single or two-seaters)–

1002 Clay Lawrence, 56, Banning, Calif./Mark Dobson, 47, Minot, N.D./Steve Lawler, 59, Upland, Calif./Brad Manka, 42, Perris, Calif., LMS-Chevy

1013 Harley Meservey, 47, Coos Bay, Ore./Chris Boyer, Bakersfield, Calif./Cory Boyer, Bakersfield, Calif., Fusion-Chevy

1016 Hiram Duran, 40, Tecate, Mexico/Evan Duran, 46, Tecate, Mexico/Eric Duran, 47, Tecate, Mexico/Eric Fernando Duran, 17, San Diego/Evan Duran, 16, San Diego, Jimco-Chevy

1018 Miguel Tornel Jr Z-A, 28, Chula Vista, Calif./, Jimco-Chevy

1020 Carlos Albanez, 49, San Diego/Luvian Voelker, 47, Mexicali, Mexico/A.J. Consalo, 24, Vineland, N.J./Luis Felix, 49, Hermosillo, Mexico, Custom-Chevy

1022 Rafael Aguirre, 39, Monterrey, Mexico/Adrian Alanis, 34, Monterrey, Mexico/Jesus Martin, 45, Monterrey, Mexico/Jorge Sauceda, 36, Monterrey, Mexico, Jefferies-Chevy

1023 Broc Dickerson, 17, Brawley, Calif./Jeff Dickerson, 43, Brawley, Calif./Brock Heger, 18, El Centro, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy

1030 Jim Anderson, 56, Reno, Nev./Vic Bruckmann, Lemon Grove, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy

1048 Kevin Price, 49, Fremont, Calif./Brian Tall, 42, Fremont, Calif.,Tatum-Chevy

1049 Ty Godde, 48, Palmdale, Calif./Steve Hext, 43, Lancaster, Calif./Dave Goodrich, 53, Canyon Country, Calif., Eversen-Chevy

1059 Brady Richard, 60, Dallas/Camille Richard, 25, Dallas/Jeremy Lange, 28, Dallas, Tatum-Chevy

1062 J.J. Schnarr, 45, Reno, Nev./Roberto Romo, 36, Mexicali, Mexico, Alumi Craft-Chevy

1063 Ruben Torres, 20, San Luis Potosi, Mexico/Gabriel Torres, 25, San Luis Potosi, Mexico/Erick Avalos, 31, Ensenada, Mexico/Enrique Avalos, 31, Ensenada, MexicoFelipe Martinez,  38, Monterrey, Mexico, Alumi Craft-Chevy

1065 Gregg Smith, 46, Modesto, Calif./Jessaca Smith, 45, Modesto, Calif./Joel Renfrow, 46, Riverbank, Calif./Omar Gomez, 43, Ensenada, Mexico/Mike Welsh, 67, Ceres, Calif., Wicked-Chevy

1068 Cody Reid, 26, Apple Valley, Calif./Adam Pfankuch, 36, Carlsbad, Calif..Curt Geer, La Habra, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy

1070 John Gilleland, 51, Durango, Colo./George Marsh, 44, Vallecito, Colo./Michael Gilleland, 20, Durango, Colo./John G. Gilleland, 21, Durango, Colo., Tatum-Chevy

1072 Karl Ebdrup, 46, Canada/Marc Ebdrup, Canada/Josh Beyers, Las Cruces, N.M./Rodney Hubbard, Austin, Texas, Alumi Craft-Chevy

1075 Eliseo Garcia, 43, Ensenada, Mexico/Javier Montoya, 45, La Paz, Mexico/Adrian Villasenor, 44, Ensenada, Mexico/Javier Montoya Jr, 18, La Paz, Mexico, Romo-Chevy

1081 Todd Winslow, 53, Clovis, Calif./Matt Winslow, 25, Clovis, Calif., Alumi Craft-Chevy

  HAMMER TRUCK UNLIMITED (unlimited, 4-wheel drive Rock Crawler)—

4405 Shannon Campbell, 44, Gilbert, Ariz./Terry Madden, 40, Larned, Kansas/John Schavina, Gilbert, Ariz./Wayland Campbell, 23, Gilbert, Ariz./Bailey Campbell, 21, Gilbert, Ariz., Campbell-Chevy

4422 Casey Currie, 34, Norco, Calif./Aaron Quesada, 38, Riverside, Calif./Cody Currie, 32, Orange, Calif./Tucker Conroy, 28, Capistrano Beach, Calif., Jeep Wrangler

  CLASS 8 (Full-sized two-wheel drive truck/SUV, no displacement limit)–

827 Roger Malcolm, 61, San Clemente, Calif./Luis Sandoval, 35, San Juan Capistrano, Calif./Miguel Garcia, 28, San Juan Capistrano/Brett Medlin, 35, San Juan Capistrano, Calif., Ford F-150

852 Spencer Morgan, 46, Laredo, Texas/Gary Leyendecker, Laredo, Texas/Spencer Morgan Jr, Chatanooga, Tenn./Rhett Morgan, Chatanooga, Tenn., Ford F-150

  CLASS 1/2-1600 (VW-powered, single or two-seaters to 1600cc)–

1603 Oscar Alvarez, 42, McAllen, Texas/Ramon Bio, 19, Ensenada, Mexico/Fernando Alvarez, 37, San Antonio, Texas/Cisco Bio, 37, Spring Valley, Calif./Adrian Guerrero, 30, Ensenada, Mexico, Romo

1605 Miguel Cortez, 50, San Diego/Cesar Quiarte/Mike Ley/Albert Cruz, Ensenada, Mexico, Foddrill

1613 Dana Jussila, 47, Coos Bay, Ore./Mike St. Cyr, Coos Bay, Ore./Dave Morlan, Coos Bay, Ore./Rick Boyer, Bakersfield, Calif., Jimco

1614 Bruce Yee, 18, Chula Vista, Calif./Angel Barajas, 41, Ensenada, Mexico/Alejandro Corona, 24, Ensenada, Mexico/Ignacio King, 47, Ensenada, Mexico/Jose Robles, 39, Mexicali, Mexico, Alumi Craft

1618 Ernesto Arambula, 60, Ensenada, Mexico/Elizandro Yee, Tijuana, Mexico/Alonso Angulo, Ensenada, Mexico, Romo

1621 Christopher Sanchez, 32, Ensenada, Mexico/Kevin Sanchez, 22, Ensenada, Mexico/Neri Sanchez, 37, Ensenada, Mexcio/Ernesto Martinez, 35, Ensenada, Mexico/Ruben Hernandez, 33, Ensenada, Mexico, Alfa

1678 Gustavo Avina, 46, Ensenada, Mexico/Faisal Diaz, 47, Ensenada, Mexico/Erik Rivera, 32, San Diego/Gabriel Avina, 25, Ensenada, Mexico/Eduardo Escobedo, 37 Ensenada, Mexico/Sergio Fabela, 32, Ensenada, Mexico, Dethomas

  SCORE LITES (VW-powered, Limited single-1776cc-or two-seaters-1835cc)–

1202 Matias Arjona IV, 19, Ensenada, Mexico/Matias Arjona III, 54, Ensenada, Mexico/Franciso Pena, 36, Ensenada, Mexico/Luis Cousino, 37, Ensenada, Mexico/Norberto Rivera, 57, Ensenada, Mexico/Diego Rivera, 30, Ensenada, Mexico, Mirage

1206 Freddie Willert, 49, El Cajon, Calif./Tex Mitchell, 49, San Marcos, Calif./Stan Potter, 56, San Marcos, Calif./Dan Worley, 56, Encinitas, Calif., Jimco

1208 Rich Roberts, 60, Prescott, Ariz./Kirk Kontillis, 68, Blythe, Calif./Chris Godfrey/Rob Martensen, Foddrill

1210 Luis Barragan, 53, Mexicali, Mexico/Luis Martinez, , 55, Mexicali, Mexico/Mario Alcala, 37, Mexicali, Mexico/Rodolfo Godinez, 37, Mexicali, Mexico/Pedro Morquecho, 47, Mexicali, Mexico/Edgar Yepiz, 55, Mexicali, Mexico, Seagrove

1236 Guillermo Arteaga, 47, Chula Vista, Calif./Carlos Albanez, 48, San Diego/Kevin Derby, 50, Parker, Ariz./Raul Gilbert, 60, San Ysidro, Calif./Genesis Ortiz, 34, National City, Calif./Fidel Rodriguez, 54, Imperial, Calif., Chenowth

1240 Miguel Bonilla, 47, Hermosillo, Mexico/Miguel B. Valenzuela, 23, Hermosillo, Mexico/Antonio Gaxiola, 24, Mexicali, Mexico/Mario Vargas, 33, Mexicali, Mexico/Fernando Mayoral, 33, Mexicali, Mexico, Jimco

1247 Wes McKenzie, 57, Dallas/Monches Martinez, Ensenada, Mexico/Gabriel Sandoval, Ensenada, Mexico/Juan Fernandez, Ensenada, Mexico/Ruben Saludo, Ensenada, Mexico/Austin Smith, Orange, Calif., Raceco

1250 Cesar Vela, 38, Guadalajara, Mexico/Jorge Vela,  43, Guadalajara/Pier Pernazza, 33, Guadalajara/Hector Sarabia, 56, Ensenada, Mexico/Luis Arce, Ensenada, Mexico/Ricardo Rodriguez, 35, Ensenada, Mexico, Porter

1255 Darren Walsh, 50, Long Beach, Calif./Michael Rodriguez, 42, Lakewood, Calif./Cesar Lara, 38, Lakewood, Calif./Marco Rodriguez, 46, Cypress, Calif./Mike Aguilar, 45, San Diego, Eversen

1258 Jeremy Davis, 17, Chino Hills, Calif./Tyler Peterson, Porter

  CLASS 7 (unlimited, six-cylinder, production appearing trucks or SUVs)–

700 Dan Chamlee, 56, Montecito, Calif./Kurt Kimball, 57, Santa Barbara, Calif., Ford Ranger

709 Jeff Proctor, 40, Glendora, Calif./Alexander Rossi, 27, Indianapolis/Johnny Campbell, 47, San Clemente, Calif./Pat Dailey, 42, Vista, Calif., Honda Ridgeline

711 Carlos Diaz, 42, Calexico, Calif./Manuel Lopez, 46, Mexicali, Mexico/Hugo Martinez, 29, Mexicali, Mexico/Jesus Leyva, 30, Mexicali, Mexico/Zahid Diaz, 18, Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor

  CLASS 7F (Stock frame, 2 or 4-wheel drive mini or mid-size trucks)–

701F Brandon Walsh, 32, Encinitas, Calif./Cody Weaver, Pennsylvania/ Neil Norman, Arizona/Carl Montoya, Washington/James Lieser, California, Toyota Tacoma

   CLASS 5 (Unlimited Baja Bugs, VW concept engines allowed)–

507 Greg Sullivan, 55, Helena, Montana/Mike Sullivan, 27, Helena, Montana/Miguel Pabloff, 53, Ensenada, Mexico/Jose Marquez, 20, Ensenada, Mexico, Custom-Chevy

524 Ben Swift, 28, Newport Beach, Calif./Pete Swift, 62, Newport Beach, Calif./Zac Reish, 38, Riverside, Calif./Erik Irvine, 38, San Marcos, Calif./Taylor Morford, 32, San Marcos, Calif., JFW-Chevy

  HEAVY METAL (Open Trucks, SUVs, stock appearing body, open displacement)

869 Juan Carlos Calderon, 24, Santa Maria, Calif./Steve Fike, 34, Santa Maria, Calif./Kolby Wolfcale, 25, Santa Barbara, Calif./Blaine Davis, 23, Atascadero, Calif., Ford Ranger

894 Vincent Munoz, 31, Yucaipa, Calif./Roy Tomkins, 34, Redlands, Calif./Steven Yates, 32, Yucaipa, Calif., Ford Ranger

  PRO UTV FI (two-seat Forced Induction, OEM engine UTVs)–

2900 Marc Burnett, 47, Lakeside, Calif./Fernando Flores, 36, Ensenada, Mexico, Can-Am X3

2902 Jason Stewart, 40, Brooks, Ga./Mike Penland, 65, Rabun Gap, Ga./Luke Shepard, 27, Marion, Ohio/Chad Lindsey, 39, Woodruff, S.C./Doug Shepard, 54, Prospect, Ohio/Brad Wells, 41, Prospect, Ohio, Can-Am Maverick X3

2903 Juan Martinez, 39, Monterrey, Mexico/Ryan Edwards, 31, Yorba Linda, Calif./Francisco Diaz, 28, Ensenada, Mexico/Riley McGuinness, 20, Lake Elsinore, Calif./Carlos Gavolan, Polaris RZR XP1000 Turbo

2904 Cory Sappington, 52, Peoria, Ariz./Scott Sappington, 54, Glendale, Ariz./Jason Flanders, 38, Phoenix, Ariz./Corey Crooks, 18, Whitman, Ariz./Ryan Johnson, 29, Tempe, Ariz., Can-Am Maverick X3 Max

2907 Robby Gordon, 49, Charlotte, N.C./Blade Hildebrand/Cole Potts, 19, Scottsdale, Ariz./Max Gordon, Orange, Calif., Textron Wildcat Turbo

2910 Scott Trafton, 37, Alpine, Calif./Dave Price, 62, Alpine, Calif./Jimmy Weitzel, Alpine, Calif., Polaris RZR Turbo

2912 Tony Riggs, 50, Newhall, Calif./Kurt Meachum, 46, Cave Creek, Ariz./David Clay, 36, St. Lake City, Utah, Polaris RZR Turbo

2917 Derek Murray, 38, Eastvale, Calif./Justin Murray, 35, Tustin, Calif./Aaron Juarez, 38, Eastvale, Calif./Mike Kendrich, 36, Las Vegas, Can-Am X3

2918 Justin Lambert, 42, Bakersfield, Calif./Mike Alsup, 25, Bakersfield, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

2919 Brandon Schueler, 29, Phoenix/Pat Stone, 49, Phoenix/Miles Martin, 29, Phoenix/Jason Spiess, 38, Peoria, Ariz./Matt Parks, 55, Newport Beach, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

2921 Brett Comiskey, 50, Houston, Texas (Australia)/Matt Shrive, 40, Reno, Nev./Nic Granlund, 48, Las Vegas/Peter Carr, 30, Australia/Daniel McKenzie, 44, Australia/Jerod Birzer, 44, Ellinwood, Kanasa, Can-Am X3

2927 Justin Smith, 47, Phoenix/Rich Williams, 45, Phoenix/Jeff Day, 42, Phoenix/Jason Smith, 43, Phoenix, Can-Am X3

2930 Sean Cook, 52, Twain Harte, Calif./Ross Bohlin, Australia/Brendan Cook, Folsom, Calif./Carlos Diaz, San Diego, Can-Am X3

2931 Craig Scanlon, 44, Maple Grove, Minn./Keith Redstrom, 50, Glendale, Ariz./Branden Sims, 32, Prescott Valley, Ariz./Daniel Wilsford, 33, Prescott, Ariz., Polaris RZR Turbo

2940 Erick Kozin, 43, Yorba Linda, Calif./Jason LaFortune, 39, Upland, Calif./Francisco Verdugo Flores, 25/Shea Baldwin, 35, Upland, Calif./Manuel Carranza, 44/Jorge Vela, 40, Can-Am X3 Vendetta

2946 Jose Juarez, 35, Chula Vista, Calif./Alejandro Zuniga, 35, Chula Vista, Calif./Fernando Del Campo, 34, Chula Vista, Calif./Daniel Uriarte, 35, Tijuana, Mexico/Carlos Salazar, 31, Tijuana, Mexico, Polaris RZR XP1000 Turbo

2948 Matthew Burroughs, 49, Norco, Calif./Dan Lewis, 54, Jurupa Valley, Calif./Cody Beeson, 33, San Clemente, Calif./Dustin Jones, 33, Bossier City, La. /Bradley Howe, 31, Elizabeth Lake, Calif./Dustin Henderson, 34, Bossier City, La., Can-Am X3

2964 Derek McGaughy, 38, Alpine, Calif./Justin Cox/Josh Williams/Marc Benhnki/Shawn Cavins, Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

2966 Rhys Millen, 46, San Juan Capistrano, Calif. (New Zealand)/Mike Carpenter, 45, New Zealand/Mitch Guthrie Jr, 21, Glendora, Calif./Tim Dunbar, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., Polaris RZR XPT1000 Turbo

2968 Christine Giampaoli Zonca, 25, Las Vegas (Italy/Spain)/Paul Kraus, 47, Los Angeles/Bryan Hanson, 41, Calexico, Calif./Jason Farrell, 37, Las Vegas, Can-Am X3

2971 Wayne Matlock, 40, Alpine, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

2975 Mike Cafro, 48, Fallbrook, Calif./Jamie Kirkpatrick, 37, Olympia, Wash., Polaris RZR XP4 Turbo

2977 Justin Ellenburg, 41, Mesa, Ariz./Ernesto Taylor, 32, Mesa, Ariz./Nick Bruce, 25, Queen Creek, Ariz., Can-Am X3

2978 Luis Fortanel, 29, Calexico, Calif./Jose Ramirez, 29, Mexicali, Mexico/Carlos Valencia, 45, Tijuana, Mexico/Sergio Leon, 33, Tijuana, Mexico, Can-Am Maverick X3

2981 Jesse Combs, 43, Wilson, Wyo./Kevin Shrive, 35, Yucaipa, Calif./Chris Redden, 29, Cherry Valley, Calif./Michael Wilsey, 41, Beaumont, Calif., Can-Am X3

2984 Kristopher McCoy, 36, Lindon, Utah/Nicholas McCoy, 16, Lindon, Utah/Paul McCoy, 35, Lehi, Utah/Geoff Barnes, 33, Richfield, Utah, Can-Am X3-XRC

2987 Edgar Garcia Leon, 31, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Nancy Garcia, Can-Am Maverick X3

2989 Wes Miller, 48, Las Vegas/Donny Powers, 30, Morgan Hill, Calif., Polaris RZR XP Turbo

2995 Daniel Parker, 40, Gilbert, Ariz./Casey Parker, 33, Glendale, Ariz./Greg Row, 55, Alpine, Calif./Nikki Nolen, Henderson/Nev./Scott Bergen, 37, Polaris RZR XP 1000 Turbo

  PRO UTV (two-seat Normally Aspirated, OEM engine UTVs)–

1902 Tyler Backus, 35, Canada/Trent Backus, Canada/Tyler Clark, Canada/Russell Frisby, Caldwell, Idaho, Polaris RZR XP1000

1907 Zach Van Matre, 22, Orange, Calif./Kirk Van Matre, 57, Orange, Calif./Steve Kendall, 51, Tustin, Calif./Nicholas Rodriguez, 26, Tulare, Calif., Textron Wild Cat

1913 Dean Acton, 58, Canada/Mark Acton, 27, Canada/Scott Acton, 30, Canada/John Paulus, 52, Canada/Brad Noakes, 32, Canada, Yamaha YXZ1000R

1914 Nick Schuft, 38, Glencoe, Minn./Glen Woods, 50, Glencoe, Minn./Jason Woods, 47, Chimacum, Wash./Reese Hewett, 52, Port Hadlock, Wash./Jacob Johnson, 45, Nordland, Wash., Polaris RZR xp1000

1924 Miguel Garcia-Galeana, 40, San Luis Rio Colorado, Mexico/Jorge Hernandez, 40, Mexico City, Mexico/Raul Gonzalez, 42, Mexico City, Mexico/Daniel Gonzalez, 35, San Luis Rio Colorado, Mexico/Carlos Campa, 45, San Luis Rio Colorado, Mexico/Alan Lopez, 28, San Luis Rio Colorado, Mexico, Polaris RZR XP1000

1944 Christopher Boyle, 40, Truckee, Calif./Charles Bryan, 47, Tahoe City, Calif./Matthew Lund, 44, Tahoe City, Calif./John Cruz, 45, Tahoe City, Calif., Polaris RZR XP1000

1950 J.T. Holmes, 38, Reno, Nev./Dan Schilling, Polaris RZR XP1000

1954 Kristen Matlock, 38, Alpine, Calif., Polaris RZR XP4 1000

1955 Paul Champion, 46, Phoenix/Travis Casteel, Phoenix/Oscar Chavez, San Diego, Polaris RZR XP1000

1959 James Posegate, 33, Anchorage, Alaska/Brandon Gutteridge, 32, Anchorage, Alaska, Polaris RZR XP1000

1977 Todd Romano, 48, Park City, Utah/Robby Gordon, 49, Charlotte, N.C./Matthew Brabham, 24, Indianapolis, Ind./Sean Sermini, 42, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Textron Wildcat XX

1979 Todd Katanchik, 54, Canada/Erich Reisen, 49, Canada/Grant Baylis, 51, Canada/Brennon Quesnell, 43, Canada/Russ Sinclair, 48, Canada/Martin Navatril, 48, Canada, Can-Am Maverick

1994 Ryan Peacock, 33, San Martin, Calif./Sarge Terian, 22, San Jose, Calif./Tristan Moerman, 34, Santa Clara, Calif., Polaris RZR XP1000

1995 Kaden Wells, 20, St. George, Utah/Travis Wells, 46, St. George, Utah/Ivan Gutierrez, 33, Ensenada, Mexico/Rory L’Hommedieu, 36, Mesquite, Nev./Michael Wells, 33, Idaho Falls, Idaho/Corbin Wells, 21, St. George, Utah, Polaris RZR XP1000

  PRO UTV UNLTD (two-seat unlimited UTV open-displacement)–

1857 Al McBeth, 39, Canada/Cam Rains, 27, Canada, Polaris RZR XPT1000

1872 Jesus Mendez, Jr, 21, Mexicali, Mexico/Francisco Pimentel, 33, Mexicali, Mexico/Antonio Ferla, 31, Mexicali, Mexico/Jesus Mendez, 51, Mexicali, Mexico, Can-Am X3 XRS

1877 Josh Herzing, 31, Houston/Philip Luce, 36, Houston/Travis Herzing, 26, Houston/Anthony DeCrosta, 28, Houston/Josh Parker, 27, Houston/Zach Johnson, 32, Houston, Polaris RZR XPT1000

1888 Earl Berg, 64, Canada/Eduardo Tello, Mexico City/Jorge Macias, Los Cabos, Mexico/Sergio Arroyo, Los Cabos, Mexico/Angelina Macias, La Paz, Mexico, Can-Am Maverick X3

1899 Kris Werth, 43, Reddick, Ill./Brandon Meredith, 50, Reddick, Ill./William Langston, 40, Las Vegas/Bradley Bynum 26, Henderson, Nev./Hans Luenger, 52, Cleveland, Ohio/Jason Meckler, 42, Las Vegas, Can-Am X3 DCR

  CLASS 5-1600 (1600cc VW Baja Bugs)–

553 Cesar Iniguez, 34, Mexicali, Mexico/Victor Iniguez, 27, Mexicali, Mexico/Emilio Salcido, 40, Mexicali, Mexico/Omar Arellano, 33, Mexicali, Mexico/Fernando Flores, Mexicali, Mexico

569 Ruben Garcia, 40, Downey, Calif./Guy Savedra, Las Vegas/Steven Fuentes/Mark Winston/Ruben Garcia Jr, Downey, Calif.

577 Luis Herrera, 37, Granada Hills, Calif./Ernie Negrete, 45, Chula Vista, Calif./Daniel Gutierrez, San Deigo/Dave Simpson, Redlands, Calif./Michael Murray, Escondido, Calif./Jim Yourdon, 42, Bend, Ore.

595 Matt Barnes, 45, Finger Lakes, N.Y./Todd Baxter, 53, Rochester, N.Y./John Bosch, 52, Rochester, N.Y./Gary Walker, 62, Finger Lakes, N.Y./Ryan Kaza, 42, Finger Lakes, N.Y.

  CLASS 3000 (Short wheelbase open-wheel cars, 2.2/2.4 liter Ecotec engine)–

3022 Pete Sohren, 50, Phoenix/Randy Bluth, 45, Mesa, Ariz./Van Sohren, 19, Phoenix/Eric Solheim, 42, Mesa, Ariz./Jeremy Solheim, 44, Mesa, Ariz., BajaLIte-Chevy

  BAJA-e (single or two-seat electric powered Unlimited 4-wheel vehicles)

E402 Raul Rodriguez Jr, 26, Ensenada, Mexico/Molly VerMeer, 19, Salt Lake City, Utah/Raul Rodriguez, 53, Ensenada, Mexico/Jesus Mendoza, 29, Ensenada, Mexico/Erik Galindo, 31, Ensenada, Mexico, Raceco-Yasa

  BAJA CHALLENGE (Spec, Subaru-powered Baja Touring Cars equipped with BFGoodrich Tires)–

BC1 Larry McRae, 55, St. George, Utah/Kyle Tucker, 49, Moorseville, N.C./Lance Clifford, 46, Hurricane, Utah/Mike Johnson,48, Glen Allen, Va./Brian Finch, 49, Hermitage, Tenn./ Brad Lovell, 42, Colorado Springs, Colo.

BC2 Mary Scheible, 52, Liberty Hill, Texas/ Bryan Scheible, 54, Bowmansville, N.Y./Phillip Scheible, Columbus, Ohio/James Welch, Austin, Texas

BC3 Will Turner, 50, Newport, Mass./Mike Marshall, 30, New York City/Markus Palttala, 41, Belgium/Don Salama, 58, St. Petersburg, Fla.

BC4 Edward Muncey, 47, San Diego/Roger Norman, 56, San Diego/William Muncey, 16, San Diego/Damian Clapper, 40, Spring Grove, Pa./Slade Cutrer, 34, Waimea, Hawaii/Johnny Primiano, 37, Salt Lake City, Utah/Terry Houin, 45, South Bend, Ind.

BC5 David Payne, 58, St. Louis, Mo./Brad Ozeroglu, 48, Mcalester, Okla./Britt Ozeroglu, 21, Mcalester, Okla./Jesus Camacho, 27, Ensenada, Mexico

BC6 Bud Pecoy, 60, W. Des Moines, Iowa/Michael Gonzalez, 22, Glendora, Calif./Chris Nelson, 31, Moorland, Iowa/Andrea Tomba, 54, La Paz, Mexico/John Peed, 34, Webster City, Iowa/Ramon Aviles, 54, Ensenada, Mexico

BC7 Richard Spillman, 64, Hyrum, Utah/Micah Spillman, 33, Salt Lake City, Utah/Joel Spillman, 35, Salt Lake City, Utah/Adam Spillman, 42, Kaysville, Utah/Justin Wiberg, 48, Hyrum, Utah/Keith Womack/Justin Benson/Danny Spillman, 40 Fruit Heights, Utah/Tom Spillman

BC8 Stephen Goodrich, 60, N. Palm Beach, Fla./Rick Flynn, 53, Saco, Maine/John Leon, 46, Homestead, Fla./Adam Gonzalez, 41, Snohomish, Wash./John Warren, 41, Seattle/Dustin Wise, 27, Reno, Nev.

  CLASS 3 (short wheelbase 4X4 based on production vehicles)–

302 Donald Moss, 55, Sacramento, Calif./Ken Moss, 51, Bishop, Calif./Dave Grundman, 48, Elk Grove, Calif./Dan Thunborg, 49, Carlsbad, Calif., Ford Bronco

PROTRUCK (Spec Production Trucks, V8 engines)–

1350 Cody Swanty, 43, Kingman, Ariz./Rory Ward, 48, Mohave Valley, Ariz./Ken DaNault, 40, Kingman, Ariz./Wes Green, 43, Fort Mohave, Ariz./Pete Van Rooy, 50, Fort Mohave, Ariz., Dodge Ram1500

  STOCK FULL (Stock, Full-sized Trucks)–

8155 Mark Van Tassell, 48, Ely, Nev./Dave Connors, 44, Brigham City, Utah/Kurt Williams, 38, Sandy, Utah/Ryan Nakaya, 44, Bountiful, Utah, Toyota Land Cruiser

  CLASS 7SX (2 or 4-wheel drive mini or mid-sized trucks)–

740 Gerardo Novelo O., 53, Ensenada, Mexico/James Murphy, 61, Lomita, Calif./Jose Castro, 57, San Ysidro, Calif./Jesus Castro, 27, San Ysidro, Calif./Gerardo Novelo Jr, 25, San Ysidro, Calif., Nissan Frontier

745 Jason Babcock, 47, Los Angeles/Alfonso Ruiz, 37, Balwid Park, Calif./Chad Babcock, 51, Los Angeles/Nicolas Ruiz, 36, Baldwin Park, Calif./Eduardo Moctezuma, 37, Ensenada, Mexico/Ford Ranger

750 Sean Whalen, 39, Salt Lake City, Utah/Will Whalen, 12, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ford Ranger

  VINTAGE TRAILBLAZER (1982 and earlier)

V65 Tom Haliburda, 56, Kingman, Ariz./Ken Grieve, 58, Orange, Calif./Sharlye Gutierrez, 27, Ensenada, Mexico/Raul Placentia, 55, Los Angeles/Javier Gutierrez, 28, Ensenada, Mexico/Jorge Gutierrez, 31, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford F-150

V73Craig Christy, 44, Burbank, Calif./Ricardo Salantino, 30, Whittier, Calif./Analise Smith, 31, Westminter, Calif./Joe Bernal, 35, Chula Vista, Calif./Chelsea Cleveland, 30, Denver, Chevy Suburban

V800Mario Alesi, 68, Escondido, Calif./Bruce Hendel, 57, San Antonio, Texas/Todd Richards, 49, El Cajon, Calif./Joshua Sollenberger, 40, La Mesa, Calif./Mark Fox, 51, Phoenix/Ken Johnson, 63, Lakeside, Calif., Dodge 100

  CLASS 11 (stock VW sedans, safety modifications)–

1100 Dennis Hollenbeck, 57, Ensenada, Mexico/Armando Salazar, 32, Ensenada, Mexico/Dave Forrest, Canyon Lake, Calif./Kevin Schlect, 57, Big Bear Valley, Calif./Luis Vazquez, Ensenada, Mexico/Paul Nauleau, San Francisco

1104 Viry Felix, 45, Ensenada, Mexico/Cisco Bio, 36, Spring Valley, Calif./Adrian Guerrero, 32, Ensenada, Mexico/Roberto Robles, 36, Mexicali, Mexico

1106 Michael Kay, 55, Santa Rosa, Calif./Annie Seel, 50, Sweden/Jack McCormick, 48, Gardnerville, Nev./Anton Berteaux, Winters, Calif./Mike Rasp, Las Vegas/Kurt Steffen, Orange, Calif.

1111 Eric Solorzano, 58, Tijuana, Mexico/Elmer Cayetano, 30, Santa Ana, Calif./Jerome Robinson, Cypress, Texas

1113 Mario Vazquez, 32, Ensenada, Mexico/Kent Thygerson, 43, San Diego/Keith Langford, 41, San Diego

1132 Anthony Pacitto, 32, Lake Elsinore, Calif./Westley Delossantos, 35, California/Ken Hernandez, 29, California/Roderick Gabriel, 30, California/Brian Fogarty, 44, California/Mark Doucette, 35, California

1149 Victor Esparza, 30, Tijuana, Mexico/Adrian Esparza, 44, Tijuana, Mexico/Christian Gomez, 35, San Diego/Luis Verduzco, 30, Tijuana, Mexico/Daniel Esparza, 42, Tijuana, Mexico

1156 Art Penner, 62, Lynden, Wash. (Canada)/Marco Carmona, 67, Ensenada, Mexico/Javier Marez, 20, Ensenada, Mexico/Javier Santiago, 20, Ensenada, Mexico/Spencer Gilbert, 17, Canada

SPORTSMAN

  SPT BUGGY–

1500 Ricardo Rodriguez, 62, Ensenada, Mexico/Rogelio Robles, 49, Ensenada, Mexico/Apoca Luna, 41, Ensenada, Mexico, Dimel-VW

1512 Henry Simpson, Guam/Pat Bell, 46, Anchorage, Alaska/Joey Crisotomo, Guam/Mike Boone, Garden Grove, Calif./Ben Wright, Garden Grove, Calif., Wicked-Chevy

1577 Diane Gianelli, 60, San Felipe, Mexico/Julie Boyer, 55, Bakersfield, Calif./Josh Thurman, Brea, Calif./Kyle Cox, Spring Creek, Nev./Kyla Cox, Spring Creek, Nev./Kelley Deloach, Las Vegas, VW Baja Bug

  SPT UTV UNLIMITED–

1818 Jessalyn Sells, 33, Ketchum, Idaho/Scott Sells, 56, Sun Valley, Idaho/Calyber Davis, 26, Phoenix/Zack McKinley, 43, New River, Ariz., Polaris RZR XP4

  SPT UTV STOCK NA–

3975 Torrey Rush, 28, Gillette, Wyo./Clint Petersen, 41, Gillette, Wyo./Ryan Burdick, 44, Deadwood, South Dakota/Nic Snykers, Canada, Yamaha YXZ1000

PRO MOTORCYCLES

 PRO MOTO UNLIMITED (400cc or more)–

1x Shane Esposito, 43, Temecula, Calif./Colton Udall, Yucca Valley, Calif./Ian Young, San Clemente, Calif., Honda CRF450X

3x Garrett Poucher, 35, Valencia, Calif./Michel Valenzuela, Tijuana, Mexico/Skyler Howes, Utah/Derek Asserbauer, California, Honda CRF450X

4x Santiago Creel, 32, Mexico City, Mexico/Mark Winkelman, 59, Cedar Hill, Texas/Austin Meyers, 28, Austin, Texas/Braxton Gallian, 21, Cave Creek, Ariz./Ray Dal Soglio, 27, Scottsdale, Ariz./Troy Vanscourt/Kadin Guard/Dylan Gillespie, KTM 500EXC

7x Justin Morgan, 28, El Cajon, Calif./Mark Samuels, 28, Yucca Valley, Calif./Justin Jones, 27, Murrieta, Calif., Honda CRF450X

9x Eddie Brown, 31, Eaton, Colo./Josh Staley, 31, Windsor, Colo./Antti Pendikainen, 28, Finland/Aaron Bailey, 35, Johnstown, Colo., Yamaha YZ450FX

12x Webster Whinery Jr, 30, Van Nuys, Calif./Jorge Pascuel, 49, Argentina/Chris Gil, 24, Santa Ynez, Calif., Honda CRF450X

25x Massimo Mangini, 30, Puebla, Mexico (Italy)/Santiago Creel, 32, Mexico City/Alejandro Sardi/Patricio Gonzalez/Michael Del Fante, KTM 350EXCF

55x Steve Hatch, 49, Flagstaff, Ariz./Max Drew/Art Babcock/Brad Milikin, Honda CRF450X

66x Santiago Creel, 32, Mexico City, Mexico/Brandon Prieto, Ensenada, Mexico/Roberto Villalobos, Ensenada, Mexico/Massimo Mangini, 30, Peubla, Mexico (Italy)/Mitchell Anderson/Michael Del Fante, KTM 500EXCF

  PRO MOTO LIMITED (less than 400cc)–

100x Santiago Creel, 32, Mexico City, Mexico/Alberto Heredia, Ensenada, Mexico/Larry Serna, Tijuana, Mexico/Ricardo de la Pena, Los Angeles/Hector Guerrrero/Raul Hernandez, Tijuana, Mexico, KTM 350XCF

106x Philip Jaramillo, 20, Tijuana, Mexico/Sergio Garza, 20, Tecate, Mexico/Augustin Rodriguez, 20, Tecate, Mexico/Jorge Ramirez, 18, Ensenada, Mexico/Juan Aviles, 35, Tijuana, Mexico, KTM 350EXCF

110x Carlos Miranda, 25, Ensenada, Mexico/Tucker Hopkins, 25, Los Angeles/Eric Kirby, 35, Texas/Marco Higuera, 31, Ensenada, Mexico/Zach Myers, 28, Phoenix, KTM 350XCF

125x Fernando Beltran, 42, Ensenada, Mexico/Emanuel Verdugo, 35, Ensenada, Mexico/David Zarate, 20, Los Cabos, Mexico/Rodolfo Patron, 38, Tijuana, Mexico/Marco Maclish, 20, Santa Rosalita, Mexico,Yamaha YZ250F

151x Juan Lopez, 30, San Diego/Edgar Cota, 20, Chula Vista, Calif./Jose Hernandez, 20, San Diego/Luis Esquivel, 40, Tijuana, Mexico/Jake Lindquist, 27, San Diego/Adrian Hernandez, 21, San Diego, Mexico, KTM 350EXCF

171x Luis Flores, 17, Mexicali, Mexico/Juan Ochoa, 18, Mexicali, Mexico/Arturo Salas, 16, Chula Vista, Calif./Alejandro Molina, 20, Ensenada, Mexico/Manual Ochoa, 49, Mexicali, Mexico, KTM 350EXCF

 PRO MOTO 30 (Riders over 30 years old)–

300x Ryan Liebelt, 38, Reedley, Calif./Greg Bardonnex, 43, Visalia, Calif./Andrew Puckett, 33, Bakersfield, Calif./Justin Shultz, 35, Lake Forest, Calif./Rowan Trefz, 35/Matt Eddy, 34, Barstow, Calif., Yamaha WR450F

303x Luis Gomez, 37, Obregon, Mexico/Joaquin Platero, 46, Ensenada, Mexico/Mario Valenzuela, 39, Obregon, Mexico/Jose Manuel Ochoa, 47, Mexicali, Mexico/Edgar Espinoza, 41, Mexicali, Mexico/Martin Couchet, 36, Argentina, Honda CRF450X

304x Chris Racan, 38, Cardiff by the Sea, Calif./Michael Garger, 32, Long Island, New York/Justin Strong, 38, San Diego/Ryan Stephens, 40, San Diego/Gilberto Cervantes, 44, Chula Vista, Calif./Delvin Chatterjie, 32, San Diego/Pete Andrassay, 53, Palm Springs, Calif., Honda CRF450X

305x William St. Laurent, 54, Winter Park, Fla./Jerry Curtis, 55, Tampa, Fla./Eric Gerard, 41, Winter Garden, Fla./Bryan Faby, 35, Cocoa, Fla./Jason Ennis, 43, Orlando, Fla./Scott Gawler Sr, 55, Winter Garden, Fla., Husqvarna FE501

310x Enrique Fuhrken, 38, Mexico City, Mexico/Antonio De La Vega/Santiago Creel, 32, Mexico City/Ishwari Mancillas/Abel Burgueno/Alejandro Torres, KTM 500EXCF

323x Mike Mettler, 44, Kuna, Idaho/Jaime Aguilar, 51, Clements, Calif./Andrew Terry/Sam Nava, 30, San Diego/Dan Mastrude, 37, Boise, Idaho, Yamaha YZ450FX

333x Chad Thornton, 47, Farmington, N.M./Dennis Belingheri, 48, Reno, Nev./Carl Maasberg, 35, Henderson, Nev./Jason Trubey, 42, Henderson, Nev./Steve Tichnor, 42, Reno, Nev./Paul Luce, 44, Albuquerque, N.M., KTM 450XCF

360x Santiago Creel, 31, Mexico City, Mexico/Kevin Murphy, 42, Camarillo, Calif./Abel Burgeno, Mazatlan, Mexico/Jim O’Neal, 72, Simi Valley, Calif. /Enrique Fuhrken, Mexico City, Mexico/Gerardo Rojas, San Quintin, KTM 500EXCF

365x Nick Lanning, 37, Baton Rouge, La./Kevin Gravett, 40, Beaumont, Texas/Peter Eiland, 39, Dallas/Steve Fisher, 57, Houston/Bubba Lanning, 65, Bandera, Texas, Honda CRF450X

 PRO MOTO 40 (Riders over 40 years old)–

400x Jano Montoya, 47, Winter Garden, Fla. (Peru)/Alberto Ruiz, 42, Ensenada, Mexico/Jeff Kawell, 45, Riverside, Calif./Sergio Vega, 45, Ensenada, Mexico/Brian Pinard, 44, Wildomar, Calif., KTM 450EXCF

408x Stephen Berger, 45, Riverton, Utah/Braxton Southwick, 46, West Jordan, Utah/Cordell Perigo, 45, North Ogden, Utah/Spencer Gardner, 41, Bountiful, Utah/B.J. Southwick, 45, St. George, Utah, Honda CRF450X

427x Salvador Sainz, 53, Chula Vista, Calif. (Tijuana, Mexico)/Jose Gonzalez, 51, Rosarito Beach, Mexico/Carlos Valdez, 55, Chula Vista, Calif./Oscar Garcia, 44, Tijuana, Mexico/Oscar Fazz, 50, Vista, Calif./Juan Moreno, 45, Tijuana, Mexico/Gerardo Huerta, 44, Tijuana, Mexico/Guillermo De La Herran, 43, Tijuana, Mexico, KTM 450XCF

437x Mauricio Santana, 46, Mexico City, Mexico/Antonio Sanchez, 44/Luis Farrell, 42/Manuel Andreu, 46/Patrick Reyes, 40, Husqvarna FE450

  PRO MOTO 50 (Riders over 50 years old)–

510x Giovanni Spinali, 52, El Cajon, Calif./Earl Roberts, 57, Mexicali, Mexico/Troy Pearce, 51, Ramona, Calif./John Griffin, 51, Lake Forest, Calif., Yamaha YZ450FX

524x Mike Frick, 50, Snohomish, Wash./Brad Levar, 51, Stanwood, Wash., KTM 350XCF

550x Bill Sekeres, 57, Canyon Country, Calif./Mike Prunty, 58, Temecula, Calif./Kevin Ward, 57, Chatsworth, Calif./Harold Harris, 57, Sanger, Calif./Darren Elliott, 53, Santa Clarita, Calif./Scott Atchinson, 57, Bakersfield, Calif., Honda CRF450X

 PRO MOTO IRONMAN (Solo Riders)–

714x Lawrence Janesky, 54, Middlebury, Conn., Honda CRF450X

721x Jose Carrasco, 28, Rosarito Beach, Mexico, KTM 450XCF

722x Liz Karcz, 34, Albuquerque, N.M. (New Jersey), Honda CRF450X

730x Francisco Septien, 42, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda CRF450X

739x Aaron Richardson, 46, Canada, KTM 500EXC-F

744x Tony Luksa, 46, Australia, KTM 530EXCF

747x Lloyd Andrew, 49, Australia, KTM 530EXCF

756x John Hodel, 57, Laguna Nigel, Honda CRF450X

757x Rick Thornton, 51, Vista, Calif., KTM 300XC

 PRO MOTO 60 (Riders over 60 years old)–

649x Guy Laycraft, 61, Canada/Doug Smith, 63, Upland, Calif./Craig Adams, 61, San Clemente, Calif./Dave Potts, 60, Los Angeles/Bob Johnson, El Cajon, Calif., Honda CRF450X

PRO QUADS

 PRO QUAD (Open engine displacement)–

1a Said Sanchez, 32, Tijuana, Mexico/Felipe Velez, San Felipe, Mexico/Javier Robles Jr, 28, Mexicali, Mexico/Luis Velez, San Felipe, Mexico/Mike Sloan/Francisco Vera, San Felipe, Mexico, Honda TRX450R

2a Don Higbee, 50, Casper, Wyo./Rick Cecco/Bryon Buckhanon/Jose Tores/Jeremy Gray, Can-Am Outlander1000

SPORTSMAN

  SPT QUAD–

102a Tristan Dietrich, 35, Canada/Wendelin Bittner, 40, Canada/Daniel Nickol, 43, Canada, Yamaha Grizzly 700

110a Danny Magdalena, 21, Acton, Calif./Jorge Lopez, 26, San Felipe, Mexico/Eddie Bareno, 34, Mexicali, Mexico/Ismael Cazarez, 21, Mexicali, Mexico/Chris Avalos, 17, Yuma, Ariz., Honda TRX450R

115a Norberto Arce, 34, Ensenada, Mexico/Fidel Gonzalez, 34, Viscano, Mexico/Francisco Flores, 30, Guerrero Negro, Mexico/Dorian Martinez, 30, San Felipe, Mexico/Roberto Rodriguez, 22, Mexicali, Mexico, Honda TRX450R

126a Manuel Mayoral, 38, Rosarito Beach, Mexico/Julian Zepeda, 25, Chula Vista, Calif./Gerardo Arce, 38, Rosarito Beach, Mexico/Edgar Munoz, 24, Rosarito Beach, Mexico/Miguel Martinez, 30, Tijuana, Mexico/Luis Martinez, 26, Tijuana, Mexico/Raul Cazinales, 20, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda TRX450R

129a Israel Jimenez, 37, Tijuana, Mexico/Fernando Lopez, 29, Tijuana, Mexico/Jesus Munguia, 39, Tijuana, Mexico/Cesar Pinuelas, 32, Tijuana, Mexico/Daniel Guillen, 25, Chula Vista, Calif./Inaki, Elguea,  32, Juarez, Mexico/Osvaldo Torres, 26, Tijuana, Mexico, Honda TRX450R

148a Alejandro Amador, 37, Ensenada, Mexico/Oscar Arce, 40, Ensenada, Mexico/Jorge Perez, 37, San Quintin, Mexico/Francisco Garcia, 34, Ensenada, Mexico/Jesus Torres, 39, Puerto Penasco, Mexico, Honda TRX450R

173a Miguel Arranz, 45, Zaragoza, Spain, Honda TRX450R

 SPT M/C–

200x Miguel Pena, 42, Tijuana, Mexico/Jorge Carbajal C., Tijuana, Mexico/Jorge Carbajal A., Tijuana, Mexico/Jose Aguirre, Tijuana, Mexico/Javier Salazar/David Blanco, KTM 450EXC

201x R. Hank Salyer, 48, Steamboat Springs, Colo./Scott Borden, 41, Steamboat Springs, Colo./Cassey O’Donnell, 32, Steamboat Springs, Colo./Chris Welch/Clay McKenzie, Yamaha YZ450F

202x Javier Perez Potzch, 27, Chile/Josh Nicotra, California City, Calif./Scott Zimmerman, 30, Palmdale/Brad Nipper, 35, Tehachapi, Calif., KTM 450EXC

213x Bradley Loveday, 51, Alamo, Nev./Joey Amey, 46, Las Vegas/Rhett Ogden, 42, Las Vegas/Randall Reese/Steve Hammack, Honda CRF450X

216x Luke Berlet, 40, Steamboat Springs, Colo./Nate Anderson, 37, Steamboat Springs, Colo./Jim Otto, 28, Steamboat Springs, Colo./Forrest McKenna, 28, Steamboat Springs, Colo./Chase Baker, 33, Steamboat Springs, Colo./Carisa Berlet, 38, Steamboat Springs, Colo., Yamaha YZ450FXJ

220x Diego Lopez, 43, Glendale, Ariz./Luis Pena/Marco Pena/Miguel Cordovez/Mauri Herrera/Brian Whipperman, Honda CRF450X

224x Fabrice Le Det, 50, Carlsbad, Calif./Kyle Negus, 28, San Diego/Lachlan Wishart, 46, Costa Rica/Pancho Bedoya, 46, San Diego/David Fairbairn, 54, San Diego, Honda CRF450X

228x Scott McIntosh, 57, Kent, Wash./David Fiffer, 50, Los Angeles/Risto Neimi, 48, Finland/Carlos Almanza, 40, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda CRF450X

232x Richard Valencia, 45, Lake Elsinore, Calif./Giovanni Perez, 24, Lake Elsinore, Calif./Nick Hamm, 42, Tucson, Ariz./Jason Hamm, 39, Tucson, Ariz./Ryan Wilkinson, 42, Yuma, Ariz./Nick Lake, 32, Las Vegas, Honda CRF450X

238x Rolando Cabrera, 28, Ramona, Calif./Giovani Solorio, 29, Ensenada, Mexico/Gerardo Cabrera, 25, Ramona, Calif./Gilberto Espinoza, 24, Ensenada, Mexico/Joel Castillo, 35, Ensenada, Mexico/Alberto Morales, 44, Guadalajara, Mexico, Honda CRF450X

245x George Radysh, 26, Wilson, Wisc. (Minnesota)/Margarita Radysh, 29, Brownwood, Texas, Honda CRF450X

247x Michael Boge, 63, Sandpoint, Idaho/Rory Whitney, 32, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho/Keith Clyde, 59, Sandpoint, Idaho/Kevin Clyde, 26, Sandpoint, Idaho/Allo Pucci, 43, Sandpoint, Idaho, KTM 350XCF

 252x Matt Woody, 51, Grand Lake, Colo./Don Blake, 61, Steamboat Springs, Colo./Chris Hammond, 42, Grand Lake, Colo./Mike Gibboni, 48, Grand Lake, Colo./Rob Langendorfer, 48, Johnstown, Colo./Dan Leclere, 44, Grand Junction, Colo., Husqvarna 501

254x Tyler Harvey, 26, Boulder City, Nev./Chuck Harvey/Eric Holt/Chuck McRae, 39/Joe DeLucie, 39, Las Vegas, Honda CRF450X

259x Mike Kaplan, 55, Tujunga, Calif., Kawasaki KX500

260x Mark Lucke, 60, Spanaway, Wash./Chuck Spencer, 60, Cranberry Junction, Pa./John Eggiman, 58, Sequim, Wash., KTM 500EXCF

277x Stephen Gholson, 52, Black Swamp, N. C./Justin Santariga, 47, Jacksonville, N.C./Louis Isabelle, 48, Richlands, N.C./John Givens, 55, Windermere, Fla., Honda CRF450X

284x Shane Schorno, 32, Discovery Bay, Calif./Don Crane, 38, Brentwood, Calif./Nick Vasquez, 40/Nick Robertson, 27/Steve Herstad, 40, KTM 500EXCF

286x Roy Buelna, 50, Ensenada, Mexico/Gerardo Buelna, Ensenada, Mexico/Miguel Palacio, 25, Ensenada, Mexico/Aldolfo Palacios, 26, Ensenada, Mexico/Damon Davila, 28, La Paz, Mexico/Eduaro Vargas, 28, Ensenada, Mexico, Honda CRF450X.

SOME MORE RACER NOTES

Aussie Toby Price will highlight the Baja off-road race this weekend. In springs MINT 400, BajaRacingNews.com interviewed Toby  during contingency. When asked if Toby approached Spains fierce moto-star Laia Sanz, 'to date', Price replied, with his trademark Aussie smile, "Oh yes mate, I told her - our kids would be Fast!".

Australians Toby Price and Matt Brabham are set to tackle the 2018 Baja 1000 this weekend. New FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Champion Toby Price will join three-time Baja 500 winner Bryce Menzies in the Trophy Truck category. Meanwhile Brabham, who currently leads the Stadium Super Trucks (SST) series with one round remaining, will share a Textron Wildcat XX RGpro edition in the Pro UTV, normally aspirated class with Todd Romano and Gavin Harlien.

“Really excited to announce I’ll be teaming up with Bryce Menzies of Menzies Motorsports for the Baja 1000 in the new AWD TT, testing went good and it’s a beast, I can’t wait to get into it,” said Price, who last raced in the event in 2016. Brabham’s berth comes courtesy of an invitation from SST owner Robby Gordon and marks a departure from the circuit style competition the third-generation racer is familiar with.“It was Robby’s decision to bring me on board, it’s not my background but I’m quite confident that I can get up to speed,” said Brabham. “I’m going to go easy at first, but will hopefully be able to quickly get up to speed and have some fun.“It’s a dangerous race but that’s the nature of off-road racing.


 

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*CBP to Close Lanes at San Ysidro and Otay Mesa



November 12, 2018
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is announcing lane closures starting at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the San Ysidro and Otay Mesa ports of entry.

At least three northbound vehicle lanes at San Ysidro and one lane at Otay Mesa will be closed to install and pre-position port hardening infrastructure equipment in preparation for the migrant caravan and the potential safety and security risk that it could cause.

“CBP has been and will continue to prepare for the potential arrival of thousands of people migrating in a caravan heading towards the border of the United States,” said Pete Flores, Director of Field Operations in San Diego.  “These preparations include training exercises, deploying additional CBP personnel, and partnering with the U.S. military to harden our ports of entry and the border area between those legal crossings into the U.S.”
Department of Defense personnel are installing concertina wire, and pre-positioning jersey barriers, barricades, and fencing as requested by CBP under Operation Secure Line. 

CBP will provide an update when the materials are removed and the lanes re-opened, however it is not anticipated to take place until sometime after people in the caravan arrive to the border.  CBP officials recommend that persons traveling northbound to the U.S. anticipate possible increased wait times because of the lane closures.

“CBP officials in charge at our local border crossings must always maintain security while we work to efficiently process legitimate trade and travel into the U.S.,” said Flores.  “The materials will be used to help strengthen border security, to ensure the safety of the American people, the traveling public, CBP personnel and the communities in which we serve.”

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*BAJA 1000 Motorcycle News

UPDATE: November 17, 2018
2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE Baja Racer makes its USA Debut at Long Beach IMS, during BAJA 1000 2018

2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE was planning to Race in 2018 Baja 1000

UPDATED November 11, 2018:
"Stunt rider Ernie Vigil has sustained a serious injury to his ankle during an off-road training incident, meaning he will not be able to pilot Triumph’s new Scrambler 1200 XE at the Baja 1000 as planned. Vigil was riding his own 450 dirt bike at the time of the accident that means he won't be fit to ride in the Baja between November 14 - 18. Vigil was awaiting delivery of his Scrambler 1200, which Triumph have been adapting by adding engine protection bars, an extended sump guard, removing the front and rear indicators and pillion pegs, adding a race exhaust system and race-specification lighting. Speaking on the injury, Ernie said: "While waiting for my Scrambler 1200 to clear customs at LAX, I went on a training ride with my 450 dirt bike for some last minute conditioning. "Unfortunately I tucked the front wheel when pushing a hard turn. The bike flipped me over, landing on my ankle snapping the bone at both the tibula and fibula. "I’m absolutely devastated for the team and the effort they’ve put in in getting the bike over and ready, and also for everyone who supported me in training for this race." "Fortunately the break was clean and I had a very successful surgery. I’m going to return home to Albuquerque and expect to be laid up for around 4 weeks until I can start my rehabilitation, but I expect to make a full and quick recovery.

Ernie is a veteran of the Baja 1000 course and rode previously during the Mexican 1000 on a Triumph Tiger 800. We also had the pleasure of his attendance at the 2017 MCN London show, where he put the then new Triumph Street Triple 765 to the test."
 
By Dennis Chung, Oct. 25. ""Coinciding with the official reveal of the 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE and XC, the British manufacturer announced its return to desert racing, in next month’s Baja 1000. Stuntman and experienced off-road and desert racer Ernie Vigil will compete in the Baja 1000 on the new Scrambler 1200 XE. Triumph played an important role in the early racing scrambler scene, with many riders in the ’60s modifying their bikes to race in the desert. Steve McQueen famously rode a Triumph TR6 in the 1964 International Six Days Enduro, alongside Cliff Coleman, along with Dave Ekins and McQueen’s stunt double for The Great Escape, Bud Ekins who both rode TR5s. Triumph says bikes like the Bonneville T120TT, Bonneville 120c, TR6c and SC were the “real” desert sleds that fueled the scrambler scene, which can be seen as a bit of a jab at Ducati‘s Scrambler Desert Sled.The race bike is mostly stock, except for the addition of engine protection bars, an extended sump guard and race-specification lighting and minus the turn signal indicators and pillion pegs. Vigil has never raced in the Baja 1000 but he is familiar with the course, having competed in the Mexican 1000 on a Triumph Tiger 800. “I am so excited to get the chance to not only take on the Baja 1000, but also to be the first racer to take Triumph’s next generation Scrambler back to desert racing where it all began", says Vigil.""


Golf Carts Race In The Baja 1000 2018

UTVs in three different classes are entered for this year’s Baja 1000, the 51st running of the legendary race and the final round of the 2018 SCORE World Desert Championship. This year’s event will take place on a challenging loop course of over 800 miles, including some roads that have never been raced on, that will both start and finish in Ensenada, Baja California. Coming off a controversial end to the Last Tijuana Race that saw initial winner Wes Miller stripped of his victory a week after the completion of the race, Rhys Millen will be first on the road among the 29 Pro UTV Forced Induction racers who are signed up for the event. Millen will be followed on the road by Brandon Schueler, Tony Riggs, Miller, and Scott Trafton. But it’s Wayne Matlock, winner of the season-opening San Felipe 250 and runner-up in both the Baja 500 and in Laughlin, who leads the championship by 34 points over Riggs. Matlock will be one of a number of drivers who will start towards the end of the Pro UTV FI field, rolling off 28th; others starting toward the back include Justin Lambert, who rolls off 24th, and Marc Burnett, who looks to improve on his seventh place in the point standings as the last starter in the class. 14 Pro UTV Normally Aspirated entries will also take on desert racing’s most iconic event, led by rookie points leader Kaden Wells. After taking third place finishes in the first two events of the season, Wells capitalized on San Felipe 250 and Baja 500 winner Kristen Matlock’s DNF in Laughlin on the way to his first victory, and now leads the standings by 12 over Paul Champion. Wells, Champion, and Alex Posegate will be the first three racers on the road, while Matlock caps off the NA entries. Completing the UTV entries are five Pro UTV Unlimited teams, led by Josh Herzing, Jesus Mendez Jr. , Kris Werth, Al McBeth, and Earl Berg. Mendez has already clinched the class championship with victories in the first three rounds of the championship.In addition to the usual UTV suspects, Robby Gordon has dual-entered the event in Pro UTV FI alongside his Trophy Truck entry. As in the TT class, where he qualified third, he’ll partner with son Max, Blade Hildebrand, and a host of others. They’ll roll off 23rd, toward the end of the class entry list.

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*Ensenada.net is reporting:
November 12, 2018


"One say for the start of the Baja 1000 Off Road events, Proturismo has not yet totally paid the ejidos, and the Secretary of the Environment (SEMARNAT) has not yet issued its authorizations. The SEMARNAT representative in Baja California told Score International it has not provided the information the federal government has asked for to approve the permit. 

Score has provided an incomplete Environmental Impact Report. SEMARNAT says vehicles will not be allowed to cross the Valle de los Cirios. The agency also warned that if the racers ignore their instructions and cross that area again, they will be subject to a criminal lawsuit before the federal Attorney General. Score was fined 500,000 pesos for the same reason for their 2017 race, and has still not paid it, as they intend to reach an agreement with SEMARNAT to repair the damages." 

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