Tuesday, May 07, 2013

"Happiest Rally On Earth", Goes Bad. Numerous DNF's and Grand Marshal 'Ironman' Mark McMillin, run over by Jimmy Smith, who keeps on racing after hitting McMillin and breaking the race champions collar bone

Motorcyclist Jimmy Stocker Killed! 

  May 14, 2013

Event Sponsor wants motos DQ'd!:

Jeff Furrier "Farkus", off-road parts (non-moto) business owner (upr in arizona) and 'pissed-off four-wheeler' thinks its time to start DQ'ing the 'misbehaving' Motos:

 As for the motos: "If you’re riding in the center of a graded road, or an inconsistent line of front of a car, you’re going to piss off the car guy. If you’re that guy, I want GoPro footage to get you DQ’d. If you’re the guy stopped on course reading his road book, I want you DQ’d as well."

Just get the hell out of the way of the four-wheel racers!, Right 'Farkus'?!

 There were so many incidents in this event: "'The sanctioner' gave Buddy (h)is 1:20 back that he spent with the fallen rider, so he won his class. It was the second time he stopped to help during the race. The first time was a rolled truck that he was concerned the occupants wouldn’t be able to get out."

 Sounds like this event needs more emergency and rescue people out on the course!

UPDATED May 11, 2013

Another Racer Comments: "The suburban was part of LAMEco's chase crew. Our rider Patrick Ditson stopped & talked to Jimmy about 5 miles before the accident. Jimmy told Patrick that he would shadow him in. Patrick said that he seemed pretty tired. Jimmy followed Patrick for awhile but then Patrick lost him. Patrick is pretty fast & I would imagine that Jimmy couldn't keep up with him. The ground in front of the vado was washed out & it was a pretty good hump to get over it. I can easily understand why he didn't get over it. It was totally inexcusable that the rock crawler buggy was that close. He had plenty of room to go around. Danny didn't mention that Bud Feldkamp was with him. He was worried about Buddy Jr. Buddy was the Doctor that had come up on the accident and had tried to save Jimmy. When Danny said he got there in 10 minutes he wasn't kidding. Jimmy(the suburban) has some pretty trick suspension. However Danny needs to learn to listen. When Bud Feldkamp suggests that you're running trophy truck speeds you need to slow down.

And Another: " I was witness to the scene where jimmy passed. I arrived 24 minafter CPR had been started by physician on scene. Im also a physician and after assessing jimmy we decided to stop CPR. Jimmy was gone at this point. I see death in my business with regularity, but, this was different.

The section jimmy died on was a very slow, very rocky, and dangerous. It was also 7 miles from the end of a long day. There is NO excuse for that buggy being that close to anything at that point; be it other car or a bike. The driver that hit jimmy will live with that fact for his life.

I won't race anymore. It's not worth it to me. I've nothing to prove and too much to loose. That's me though. I've ridden a couple SCORE events and was turned off by the intensity. I tried the rally hoping it would be different. Unfortunatly the series is evolving and the intensity is just below the surface. One of the high dollar guys even had chopper!?"


And another: "Last year, Walker Evans was rumored to have buzzed a bike unsafely while on course, nerfed the pace truck and during my only interaction, sent his support crew of two raptors and a trailer up the course the wrong way while the race was hot. That's just an example, but instead of not inviting him back, he's (now) one of the featured drivers.

Also, how about a breathalyzer at every course in and out? You think the second half of the day no one has crushed a few tecate?"



"My colleague Andy Devercelly finished in his families 67 Manx. I spoke with him this morning.
He was teamed up with Mark Mcmillin. Mark flew home after day 2 because he was hit by another 4 wheel vehicle. He required surgery on his shoulder but will be ok.
Andy told me he saw 8-10 4 wheel vehicles severely wadded up in various locations and conditions.
What is with the extreme levels and speed this "RALLY"  has turned into?
I am deeply saddened to here the circumstance of this tragedy.
Preventable no doubt."


From Local News Report: Loreto, B.C.S.- Personnel from the Loreto headquarters reported that at 6PM on April 29, 2013, [a person from the sanctioning body of the race]redacted reported that at kilometer 16 from the entrance to the Loreto-Mulege part of the Transpeninsular at 59.2 kilometers, on a local road that leads to San Isidro, BCS, there was an automobile accident with a dead foreigner. The police immediately went to the location along with agents from the Public Minister, as well as investigative services personnel to verify the report. There they observed a blue Chevrolet Suburban 1500, with Arizona plates AVV3852 and inside was a lifeless body. The agents ordered the body taken to the coroner where the cause of death was determined to be acute anemia, secondary to a ruptured right femoral artery, and fractured femur, according to the medical report.

Later a person named Michael Daniel Drotor IV, 35-years old, from South Carolina and a motorcycle mechanic, was interviewed at the location of the accident. He said he was a friend of the deceased, whose name is
Jimmy Stocker, 42-years old, and originally from Idaho, living at 7751 W. Wright Street, Rathdrum, Idaho.

Regarding the accident, he said that at approximately 3PM, as he was following his team in the race, [the witness] saw there was an accident between a 4400 Class, 2007 Off Road vehicle and a motorcycle, and the deceased was seriously injured. He started to render first aid, taking him to the Transpeninsular Highway as there was no cell phone signal in the area. When he arrived at the highway,
Stocker was dead. He added that the driver of the vehicle, named Jasón Todd Shipman, 49, originally from Missouri, remained waiting to help the deceased.""


This Report From Teammate Ken:

stopped on course (reason unknown) and there was a buggy right behind him and he couldn't stop. The buggy hit (Jimmy) and broke his femur and dislocated his hip. Buddy Feldcamp (who is a surgeon) was the first on scene. Jimmy died in Buddy's arms peacefully.

pitted for our 2010 and 2011 Baja 1000 teams. I camped with he and his family at Pete's camp. He was a genuine stand up guy who would give you the shirt off his back, his last drink of water and try to find you more. He loved life to it's fullest.... he was a jokester and would make anyone laugh. Jimmy was very mechanically inclined and could improvise with the best of them.

In 2011 he helped our 2x team by pitting and chasing for Ken Wortman. When our main race lights showed up at the wrong location,
Jimmy strapped the race lights to his chest with a tie down and rode 40 miles on a stock 450x headlight to get our best light to the next pit so that his rider would have the best light for his section.""

ORIGINAL REPORTING: Seven miles short of Loreto, Baja South Mexico, Jimmy Stocker was hit and killed by a Trophy Truck in the Mexican 1000. Stocker, reportedly was taking a breather alongside the race course, after suffering injuries earlier in the event. The Trophy Truck, struck and killed the moto competitor on Wednesday, April 29th. The wasted NORRA event has been shattered this year by numerous disasters. 

The driver who struck the victim, was held by the police until 2:30 AM local time, Tuesday morning, then released. 

Reports in to Baja Racing News LIVE! are confirming the victim was not on his bike and was on the side of the course, possibly resting. Late yesterday, Wednesday, May 1, indicated the truck driver who hit the victim has been (DQ'ed) disqualified, by the sanctioner, from the event. 

Services for the victim are scheduled in Idaho on May 11.

UPDATE! Thursday, May 2 
 Rally Grand Marshall Run-Over, broken collar bone, sent to San Diego Hospital


Tuesday, April 30:
McMillin Macadu DNF

McMillin Team: "we were not able to continue with Macadu after 6 miles leaving Loreto today, breaking another shock. We had some front end damage from the accident around Laguna Salada but I guess that's racing??? LOL A Vintage Rally, Ha!" 

The 'Grand Marshal' of the rally, Mark McMillin, was in hospital in San Diego!>>> Mark quoted this morning as saying, "No problem, I might still make the Post Party!"

 Luke McMillin reports on his dad's incident & injuries, "The McMillin Macadu car is still moving after a couple hours of downtime today after an accident. Just to clear up the rumors, my dad, Mark, driving made a left hand turn when a pre runner race car missed the turn, drove over the side of the car, the pre runner tire went over the cars rear tire, over the side pod of the car, through Macadu's window net hit my dad in the shoulder and broke his collar bone. He's very soar but very luckily the broken collar bone is the worst of the damage. Mark is back in SD and he is OK, I just took him to the hospital, he's back at home tonight and will go back this week for surgery..... The pre runner that hit him, did not stop to see if they were ok..." "He will be ok, his collar bone needs some serious work in surgery but we're thankful that was all that happened, could have been a lot worse. Macadu is fixed and the crew is planning on finishing the race for my dad." "No need to call them out, my dad knows the other driver very well and im sure they'll be talking soon. There's no way that driver knew he actually made contact with the driver with his tire and continued on, but still it's the "Happiest race on earth" not the Baja 1000 and even then he ran over a little car.... Only intent of the 'talk' was to clear any rumors going up and down the peninsula and tell everyone that he is OK." 

Baja Racing News.com Mark McMillin Macadu Damage Broken Collar Bone, Jimmy Smith crashes into Grand Marshall IronMan Mark McMillin

Broken Shock mount included in the total damage done to the McMillin Macadu during the rally when Jimmy Smith drove over Mark McMillin and broke the IronMans collar bone, Mark McMillin is OK

In a phone call on Monday, after the event, Jimmy Smith called to apologize to Mark went further, "Jimmy Smith hit me and didn't stop." Later, Smith DNF'd and scurried back to the United States. 

Jimmy is lucky, 'Ironman' Mark McMillin, could make some real  hay over this, but, McMillin is taking all of it in stride, "The surgery I need only takes an hour, plate and screws".

 The Only Public acknowledgement of the unreal carnage from this years event is this puny puke from event mouthpiece Marty Fiolka:

"2013 Mexican 1000 Grand Marshal and five-time Baja overall champion Mark McMillin was also involved with an on-course accident with another four-wheel racer. The incident caused a broken collarbone to the popular McMillin, whose team kept driving his “Macadu” Chenowth-Porsche until front suspension failure ended their rally a day later. McMillin has undergone surgery and is recovering in his San Diego area home."

Michael Pearlman has been in hiding since the these events transpired.


From Torchmates Press Release: About JT Taylor:  JT Taylor is the epitome of “been there, done that”. This weekend Torchmate Racing’s JT Taylor continues his world wide adventures starting the 2013 Rally.  JT Taylor will iron man the #313 in the new Ultra4 Class with co-drivers Doug Nagy, Scott Estrada and Ryan Scott taking on different sections.  “Since we ran last year in the Evolution 4×4 class and won, they called it a success and are allowing an Ultra4 class this year,” explained JT Taylor who will be running his 5th straight Rally. Crashed Out for 2013, "Been There Done That!"

In another "rally" incident:

 John Volkman (#13) got punted off his Husaberg 10 miles north of San Juanico-

John Volkman Husaberg
"Punters" Prerunner

A 254lb bike gets punted by a 4500 LB pre-runner producing a minimum 600HP motor. This is clearly a recklessness display of unsafe behavior. But the organizer gives the minimum possible penalty and allows the vehicle and its drivers to continue in the rally?

Volkman and his team have followed protocol and filed a timely incident report.

"The Rules", 5. Behavior
5.1. Contact between vehicles including nerfing, bumping and pushing, intentional or accidental, is strictly prohibited in the rally and is subject to penalties from 4 hours up to disqualification and/or suspension.

So let's get this straight: "Punters" 4500 lb. (#462) "
Alumi Craft Grande" powered by a 600HP REDLINE PERFOMANCE LS7 motor "nerfs" John Volkman off his Husaberg FE 570 from 5th gear to dirt and gets: 'Disqualified'.

Public calls on the "punter" to come clean, because he didn't stop and hasn't reached out to the victim, are now in progress. Baja Racing News.com will report>>>

Gary Newsome, Editor

Sunday, May 05, 2013

LIVE ! Dos Mares 500 2013, the 20th Running Desert Off-Road Race, May 3-5


Dos Mares 500 XX Final Results

Trophy Truck TIEMPO
1 53 José de Jesús Flores 05:12:14
2 45 Gary Magness 05:16:48
3 20 Martín Avendaño O. 05:17:29

1 175 Jaime Huerta 04:49:04
2 109 Abel Sandoval 04:52:37
3 125 Steve Barry 05:00:28

1 230 Sandy Hall 05:49:59
2 222 Andrés Ruffo de Alba 06:06:01
3 248 Rodolfo Carrillo 07:47:59

1 1280 Juan Carlos De Jesús Jiménez 06:06:00
2 1228 Juan Carlos Osuna 06:36:53
3 1213 José Héctor Moraila Castillo 06:51:40

1 834 Alfonso Jaime Tabasco 06:59:06
2 822 Jesús Gaucin 10:09:48

1 711 Guillermo Rojas Sotres 05:53:04
2 746 Francisco Chávez Velarde 06:03:11
3 745 Edgar Romero 06:21:29

1 1622 Juan Francisco Briceño 07:29:07
2 1699 Juan Pablo Sández 08:22:37

1 1701 Larry Nash / Antonio Salmón 06:43:45
1 570 Javier Montoya Saracho 06:40:47

1 882 Francisco Miguel Monroy Maya 07:11:51
2 850 Samir Rivera 07:26:10
3 855 Jaime Mario Abaroa Camacho / Jorge abaroa 13:05:57


1 795 Ernesto Perales 07:23:58
2 Crispin Agundez / Carlos Garzon 07:29:45
3 769 Arturo Valencia Niño De Rivera / Osvaldo Romero Saucedo 07:46:29

Clase 9 TIEMPO
1 985 Héctor Holmos 7:13:59
2 999 Antonio Da Luz Mirón 10:02:45
3 913 Fernando Renato Marrón López 11:06:16

1 1103 Geovany Alucano Burgoing 08:47:51
2 1180 Salomón Salvatierra Leggs 08:52:20
3 1170 Fernando Nery Dominguez 13:55:41

1 1496 Rudy Quintero 9:33:40
2 1400 Francisco Romero 10:24:11

1 1588 Donna Jeffries 7:12:18
2 500Jaime Moncayo 8:25:17
3 1505 Pedro Velázquez 8:41:08

1 1888 Eduardo Tello 11:25:02
Arrival Times
Trophy Truck
1-Mayo Flores Llegada: 9:13 pm
2-Martin Avendaño Llegada 9:16 pm
3-Gary Magness Llegada 9:20 pm

Class 1
1-Abel Sandoval Llegada: 9:01:00 pm
2-Jaime Huerta Llegada: 9:01:10 pm
3-Steve Barry Llegada: 9:09 pm

Class 2
1-Sandy Hall Llegada: Llegada: 10:05 pm
2-Andres Ruffo Llegada: Llegada: 10:25 pm

Class 12
1-Juan Carlos Jimenez Llegada: 10:30 pm
2-Humberto Osuna Llegada: 10:39 pm
3-Hector Moraila Llegada: 11:20 pm

Class 7
1-Sotres TODO PD Llegada: 10:34 pm
2-Francisco Chavez Llegada: 10:47 pm
3-Escuderia ROJA Llegada: 10:56 pm

Class 8
1-Jaime Tabasco Llegada: 11:31 pm

Class 17
1-Larry Nash Llegada: 11:40 pm

Class 5/1600
1-Montoya Racing Llegada: 11:40 pm

Mango Racing Makes History! Americans Place Well, Best since 2006 Danny Anderson Win of CABO 500-Dos Mares Event

Chelsea in her ProTruck comments:

"Mango Racing had a great race at the Dos Mares 500!!! Papa Mags got 2 flat tires and lost 12 quarts of oil, but he still ended up with a 2nd place in trophy truck! The protruck ran a perfect race and ended up about 5th!!!"



Pancho Name, Official 5th Trophy Truck

 at the 20th Dos Mares 500

Sunday, May 5, 2013
LIVE! from La Paz, Baja California South, 
  La Paz was finalizing the car manned by Pancho Name and Enrique Murillo in one of the most demanding national racing Off Road: The Dos Mares 500.
485 kilometers of plaintiffs steps worthy of off road trails, the team of Enrique Murillo Pancho Name and managed to finish in fifth place in the Trophy category twentieth edition of this demanding competition.
After a spectacular start where they managed to put on the end of the competition, Enrique y Pancho managed to spend two vehicles of category a few miles to start the competition, but a stone buried stopped the momentum of the team, which led to ponchara a tire and had to stop to change it.
Quickly the pace and level of team competition put them back into the fight and across the second check point put them in third place in the category, which kept them motivated to keep fighting.
Almost half complete competition, power steering belt broke and forced the pilot to change the band surrounded by a large crowd who supported and helped Pancho and Henry to change the band to continue.
Arriving at City Constitution gave greater service to the truck to complete the 250 miles of roads plaintiffs ahead.
Enrique Murillo was commissioned to take the truck to the maximum in order to recover as long as possible, achieving undoubtedly be the fastest crews in the remaining sectors despite the nightfall.
The final goal was on the boardwalk of the city of La Paz, where thousands of fans awaited the arrival of the crews who managed to complete the route.
Pancho says, "I want first of all to thank Enrique Murillo and all equipment Murillo, Memo Vizcaino, for the opportunity and all the support they gave us to complete this competition.'s Off road is very interesting and fun, has many similarities to rally although each category and discipline has its technical difficulties.'ll be trying to win the championship of Baja Sur and participate in the Baja 1000 this year. "

The Ceremonial Star

t On the Malecon On the Sea of Cortez



Dos Mares 500 XX Contestants
Trophy Truck Class
1. 2 Martín Avendaño Jr.
2. 20 Martín Avendaño O.
3. 99 Alejandro Abaroa Geraldo
4. 27 Francisco Ibarra
5. 53 José de Jesús Flores
6. 32 Chelsea Magness
7. 45 Gary Magness
8. 7 Steven Eugenio
9. 29 Enrique Murillo

1. 199 Samuel Araiza / Neto Cervantes
2. 109 Abel Sandoval
3. 108 Eduardo Guitrón
4. 125 Steve Barry
5. 152 Fernando Hoyos Aguilar
6. 175 Jaime Huerta
7. 170 Arturo Castilla González
8. 100 Carlos Olmos González
9. 112 Rodolfo Carrillo

1. 230 Sandy Hall
2. 204 José Vizcaíno
3. 228 Víctor Hugo Ceseña
4. 203 Oscar Moreno Rutowski
5. 200 Pedro Velázquez
6. 222 Andrés Ruffo de Alba
7. 291 Fay Montaño

1. 1269 Othoniel Huerta
2. 1287 Francisco Villagómez
3. 1280 Juan Carlos De Jesús Jiménez
4. 1228 Juan Carlos Osuna
5. 1213 José Héctor Moraila Castillo
6. 1290 Roberto González 1RS

1. 822 Jesús Gaucin
2. 823 Enemecio López
3. 834 Alfonso Jaime Tabasco
4. 800 Andrea Tomba

1. 745 Edgar Romero
2. 704 Hugo Rafael Zaenz G.
3. 738 Jair Arias / Manuel Núñez Jr.
4. 722 Gilberto Sánchez
5. 707 Carlos Huerta Aranda
6. 735 Alain Montes
7. 740 Sergio Arroyo
8. 723 Hugo Gómez
9. 742 Arturo Romero
10. 711 Guillermo Rojas Sotres
11. 746 Francisco Chávez Velarde
12. 720 Luis Fernando Cota
13. 739 Javier Murillo
14. 737 Guillermo Gallardo
15. 708 Gerónimo Robles
16. 713 Oscar Arturo Ibarra González 1RS

CLASS 1600
1. 1654 Roberto Sandoval
2. 1699 Juan Pablo Sández
3. 1622 Juan Francisco Briceño

1. 1777 José Guadalupe Márquez / Alfredo Sánchez
2. 1767 Cesar Romero Zatarain / Cesar Romero Jr.
3. 1701 Larry Nash / Antonio Salmón
4. 1712 Miguel Gale
5. 1744 Pedro Castro Carranza
6. 1707 Jorge RubÉn Mendoza Arnaut
7. 1799 Jesús Contreras

CLASS 5-1600
1. 581 Gustavo Nava León / Fernando Cervón
2. 563 Hazzael Cota Peña
3. 570 Javier Montoya Saracho
4. 589 Armando Murillo 2RS
5. 573 Salvador Sánchez González 1RS

1. 855 Jaime Mario Abaroa Camacho / Jorge abaroa
2. 888 José Juan Murillo Abaroa
3. 882 Francisco Miguel Monroy Maya
4. 850 Samir Rivera

1. 675 Esau González Marrón
2. 609 Benjamín López De La Toba
3. 655 Víctor Zárate Mercado

1. 769 Arturo Valencia Niño De Rivera / Osvaldo Romero Saucedo
2. 790 Hiram Betancourt
3. 781 Raúl Camacho
4. 795 Ernesto Perales
5. 783 Luis Yuen
6. 786 Ángel Miguel Márquez
7. 761 Erick Lerma Pérez
8. 756 Juan Manuel Echavarría
9. 775 Ramiro Sepúlveda
10. 798 José Iván Sánchez Higuera
11. 770 Heladio Careaga / Abraham Careaga 1RS

Class 9
1. 914 Irán Sánchez Luque
2. 900 José Ricardo López Araiza
3. 913 Fernando Renato Marrón López
4. 911 Sergio Valle
5. 948 Miguel Agustín León Flores / José M. León L.
6. 985 Héctor Holmos
7. 980 Hiram Sánchez
8. 930 Alfonso Ojeda
9. 972 Ulises de la Peña
10. 988 Ramiro Cota
11. 978 Ray René Rubio / Carlos Payén
12. 999 Antonio Da Luz Mirón

1. 1199 Elías Hernández
2. 1179 Enrique Zazueta
3. 1147 Francisco Onésimo Álvarez
4. 1180 Salomón Salvatierra Leggs
5. 1103 Geovany Alucano Burgoing
6. 1109 Joel Esliman Vázquez 1RS

1. 1422 Saúl Amador
2. 1417 Carlos Alfredo Godinez Galeana
3. 1496 Rudy Quintero
4. 1400 Franccisco Romero
5. 1438 Francisco Castillo A. 1RS

1. 1505 Pedro Velázquez
2. 1551 Héctor Acosta Salmón / Héctor Villareal
3. 500Jaime Moncayo
4. 1533 Ricardo Robles Murillo
5. 1518 Guillermo Domínguez
6. 1512 Víctor Espinoza
7. 1588 Donna Jeffries

1. 1815 Omar Arturo Zavala
2. 1801 Adolfo Bustamante
3. 1825 Fernando Larriñaga
4. 1822 Erikh Monroy
5. 1873 John Marck Cucera
6. 1888 Eduardo Tello

Motorcycles UPDATED! 
 45 Contestants!

Class Motos Pro
1. 1X David zarate/Marcelino Valdez
2. 37X Francisco Septien
3. 3X Luis Castillo/Manuel Portelas/Edgar Miranda
4. 45X Ramón Dávila/*Kendall Norman/Baltazar García
5. 22X Vincent Meza
6. 9X Eduardo Gastelum/Luis Fernando Perez/Guillermo Perez Dosal
7. 15X Carlos Camacho
8. 8X Víctor Tarango / Alejandro Díaz

Class 30:
1. 300X Jeff Quade
2. 311X Pedro Ibarra
3. 306X Itzcoalt Bareño
4. 363X Jenaro Flores/Sergio Arroyo
5. 320X Cesar Newman Boutier
6. 355X Guillermo De La Herrán
7. 312X Kirk Russel
8. 377X Ulises Fisher

Class Novatos Moto:
1. 205X Juan Carlos Morales
2. 227X Bryan Castro / David Castro
3. 236X Juan Carlos Flores/Israel Cruz
4. 248X Eduardo Aguilar/Gerardo Suarez/Fausto Zamora

Class 25:
1. 2A Stephen Davis
2. 59A Sergio Valverde/Luis Kinijara
3. 10A Carlos Jiménez/Horacio Tarango
4. 3A Daniel Cabanzón
5. 11A José Castro Montaño
6. 8A Manuel Agúndez/Enrique Agúndez
7. 45A Geovani Marquez/Ramon Marquez/Alejandro Cruz
8. 1A Manlio Díaz/Mario González/Felipe Vélez
9. 4A Ricardo Díaz 7 Salvador PérezPliego / Manlio Díaz
10. 95A Federico Aguilar
11. 12A Enrique Bonillas
12. 7A Sergio tapia

Class 24:
1. 114A Carlos Alberto Ruelas
2. 105A Pedro Tarango/Alfredo Ruiz/Esteban Vaca
3. 182A Manuel Crespo Salazar
4. 123A Carlos Flores/Meliton Ramírez
5. 126A Moisés Camacho / Gerardo Suárez / Fausto
6. 196A Oscar Zamudio/Cesar Zamudio/Diego Martínez
101A Edwin Sánchez/Uriel Dávalos/Edgar Domínguez Barajas

Class Novatos ATV:
1. 291A Pedro Aguíñiga Quezada
2. 204A José Ricardo Ruiz C. / Javier Minjares
3. 236A Gabriel Vélez/Jesús Villanueva Fernández
4. 203A Jorge González Bañuelos / Gibrán Osuna
5. 269A Jaime Humberto Real Contreras
6. 206A Mario Perez Gonzalez/ Alejandro González/Daniel Gonzalez
7. 239A Manuel Barajas/Miguel Barajas/Jeffrey Hernandez/Roberto Ortiz

*Kendall Norman Racing in Dos Mares 500 This Weekend!

Kendall Norman, former star of Honda, will see action in the twentieth edition of the Dos Mares lands 500 in Baja California Sur this weekend, it was confirmed by the runner who will be arriving in the capital of Baja California Sur to travel the route in the days before and thus be ready to participate for the first time in this spectacular competition Official Championship Off Road which in turn will be the 3rd time State Championship Off Road Motorcycling in the 'ASMAC' is needless to say that both organizations are proud of receive the multi Bajas winner for most momentous career Calisureño off road.
Now independent broker sponsored by Red Bull and Seafood Bismarkcito for this Dos Mares 500, will face the great runners sudcalifornianos you certainly do not lose chance to run side by side with one of the figures of the international mode.

Kendall, who obtained the 3rd place at the last San Felipe 250 and I got a major victory in the second round of the AMA National Championship Racing / FMF / GPR Hare & Houd last February in Ridgecrest, California, is a broker that if well out of the Honda team has maintained an impressive level and retains "a lung" star and title rival to win where it stops, and its new challenge the legendary race organized pro Club La Paz that meets nothing more and nothing less than 20 years this weekend.
Undoubtedly Kendall becomes a natural candidate to win not only the overall Pro Class and motorcycling, but it is a strong card to be the fastest of the 20th anniversary of the Two Seas.
Baja California Sur Motorcyclist Association is flattered to have the presence of this international corridor will undoubtedly give you a great plus to the race.

Baja Racing News EXCLUSIVE LIVE! Coverage 
Baja Racing News LIVE! Presents

The LIVE! Webcast of the Mexican Classic Desert Off-Road Race, the Dos Mares 500 from La Paz, Baja South Mexico.

May 3, 4 and 5th, LIVE! Racing Festivities and Desert Off-Road Race, the 20th Twentieth (20th) annual running.

This event, part of the Official Baja South Desert Off-Road Racing Championship will include everything La Paz! You never know La Paz until NOW!