Monday, August 07, 2006

Loreto 400 August 19-20


Clase 1

Pepe vizcaíno

Clase 8
Stanley Burns

Clase 12
Toby y Julio Verdugo

Clase 7
Humberto Osuna

Clase 5 Libre
Juan Carlos de Jesús Jiménez

Clase 1600
Roberto Aramburo

Clase 5-1600
Carlos Genaro Cázares

Clase 8-S
Samir Rivera

Clase 6
Roberto Hinaraja

Clase 9
Víctor Barreda

Clase 11
Salvador Sánchez

The Spectacular LORETO 400 is the next big race in Southern Baja, Mexico. The course is a classic desert offroad race. Commondu, San Javier and the olde maiden of Baja herself, Loreto. This race is the introduction to a big race year for the mission town. In November the big dogs of offroad will be slamming through town for the first time in history. Baja Racing Newswas the first to announce the Loreto section of the route this year.

Dont miss the LORETO 400, a great race!

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Jacume Gran Prix Aug 12

Jacume Gran Prix
Gary Newsome


This race is always a crowd pleaser, really for the hard-core offroad fans. Contingency went on into the night with all the offroad friends. The weather was great, a cool breeze out of the west made the weather much different than that of Friday, where humidity and rain hit Tecate and Tijuana. The water truck drove by a couple times, but didin't drop any water. The racers went full bore over all the course and over the jump!

, #1000,Takes overall, PIN Class 8 just 39 secs. back, Honold / Malo round out Podium. Michelle Bruckman #500 in top 10!

1600's RUN WILD, dominate Top 20 of 142 ENTRIES!
Joe Laff
wins, class took 3 of top 6 and 8 of top 20 spots on fast course with lots of technical sections!

Sorted by finish times below (best effort!, pls. note any corrections):

One of the most beloved desert offroad races of the season is this weekend, outside of La Rumorosa, Baja California Norte. The Jacume Gran Prix will launch many local teams into the sport of offroad. As opposed to the big Baja races, this is a great race for the family, teams and true desert racing fans.

Located near the infamous border bandit town of Jacume, where gunshots, human coyotes and nighttime felonies rule, racers will jet through the high sonoran desert terrain. In the pinon pines and granite alluvium of the tablelands outside of the largest plateau in Baja, the course is challenging and fun. Teams here always have a blast and the competition is fierce!

The champs from last year Blues Brothers Racing Class one, is not registered to defend their title. Many other teams from last year will fight to retain their title and blast to new stardom. The organizers of the race claim more registrants this year and much more fan interest, so there will be another huge crowd on Saturday morning, to witness the Gran Prix of Baja offroad racing, in Jacume. First racers launch at 6 AM.