Friday, June 14, 2013

WANTED! Mexico Motorcycle Theft Baja 500 Moto Death Spotlights Swimsuit Illustrated (SSI) Team & Chuck Neugebauer Race Death, SCORE International

UPDATED! August 3, 2014



15x Chuck Neugebauer Found Dead
on BAJA 500 Race Course

UPDATE! June 18, 2013

Vendetta! Expressed by the Theft Victim:

" I did have short conversation with a couple individuals , the whole thing has gone sideways it seems that nothing is going to happen with the guy that I have identified 100% to be the POS! that held me up and stole the bike! I can tell you this the mother f****r is going to pay one way or another. I have given more than enough info about this and there is absolutely no reason that he shouldn't be in jail for attempted murder, armed robbery! You would think that would be on top of this and in communication with the DA . Its been sixteen days and Jose Alfreo Lopez Villalva ( EDY LOPEZ ) thinks he has got away , THINK AGAIN MOTHER F****R ! Everyone I know and some I dont know are out for you! I hope that this answers any question you have how I feel about the way this is being handled."

Update, June 14: readers are sending in photos and new information on the SSI team activites in Baja Mexico...Stay Tuned!

UPDATE June 12:
Websites associated with this story are being scrubbed clean of their content! They don't want YOU to see this storyline!

The attempted cover-up is trying to hide the team members law enforcement is seeking and the activities of the "SSI team", "15x team". 

Two motorcycle thefts are being investigated by the authorities. The first, the moto-prerunner, ripped off at gunpoint. The perp in this crime is connected to the 15x team.

The other crime, the 15x race motorcycle, Chucks bike, was stolen at the time of his death. The one he was riding when he died.

Baja Racing scooped the pics and content before the whitewash began. We are posting more pics and content today, 
Stay Tuned!!!  

Charles 'Chuck' Neugebauer 15x at RM 160 Baja 500 Pit #4

New charges levied against 'SSI Team', are these you're daughters?

Can you identify the people in this photo?

What was/is SSI Team Really Interested In?

June 11 UPDATE:
Mexican and USA Law Enforcement "On The Lookout" For 'SSI Team Members'", from SCORE Source. 

  15x team member said connected to this moto theft before the race:

Racer Buzz: 
"Jose Alfredo Lopez villalva "Freddy" as he is called. And he was part of the 15X"

From the moto theft victim:

"I think its time I respond to some of the questions that have been raised on what happened on the course that morning! and what has happened since. First things first, thank you again kyle for getting me of the hillside and getting me back to the hotel. when I called the police they were there before I was even off the phone, investigator in this case has been in contact with me almost everyday, I really cant get into what is going on in depth, in the hopes that i get the bike back, even if I dont I want this POS to pay somehow! he gos by ( Edy Lopez in Ensenada Blanca) on facebook the police showed the picture of the guy and the 450Hon that was positively identified 100% to be the one on the course that morning. as for being a racer he was supposed to be on the 15X bike on race day per the state police.When he didnt show up to tech or for the race the police said he went into hiding, the team of the 15x didnt know what happened to him. this guy has been in hiding for days, and he has now got a lawyer that has been in contact with the police! If your not guilty what would you have to hide from ? as of now no bike no arrest In the case that doesnt occur, there will be a full statement of the events in detail." POSTED HERE ON AS SOON AS RECEIVED

Local Press Report:

"An amateur course off-road racing stripped gunpoint motorcycle competition a participant from the recent Baja 500, a day before the mechanical overhaul.
Staff Deputy Attorney Ensenada area confirmed the criminal act and reported that Police

State Ministerial (PME) and investigate the theft.

The incident occurred around 15:11 pm on May 30, on a deserted stretch of dirt road located between the

Canyon Buena Vista and El Tule, when the pilot on a tour of practice.

The preliminary inquiry was initiated AP 2737/13/3011 sheet the day of the robbery, because it was set by the owner of the motorcycle, a person originally from Las Vegas, United States.

The victim reported that the day of the robbery circulated by that stretch of dirt aboard his Honda motorcycle, model 2005, with California plates.

The Stranger reported that when traveling in your vehicle on the way deserted, watched a man dressed in black color and helmet lying on the ground, and his side was

a motorcycle.

He stopped his march, he said, to provide assistance to the person lying, believing that it was another corridor, bending for the health of the alleged victim, another man came out of the bushes.

This unknown, he said, while he gunpoint demanded the motorcycle, was at that time a third man emerged from the bushes and the man lying on the floor


Next, two of the criminals boarded the motorcycle that was between the earth and the subject and vehicle mounted gun robbed abroad, and fled along the paths of the place.

Personal assistant attorney informed the ministerial authorities are already investigating the theft.

Information obtained indicates Ensenada BORDER alleged thief apparently is an individual of this city

and likes to participate in the various editions of the off-road racing."


""Baja Racer Motorcycle Stolen at Gunpoint during BAJA 500 PreRun

By Scott Myers:

"One of my 40 Class teammates Mike Baxter from Carson city NV was pre running the start from Ensenada on thurs aprox 10:00 am when at about RM10 is came across and "Downed rider" Or so he though with his bike laying in the middle of the course and the hunched over clutching his stomach. As he pulled up he asked the guy if he was ok and the guy muttered something in Spanish like he was in pain. So he asked again and this time he pulled up a Black .45 handgun and pointed it 10 inches from his face and said "Give me your bike right now or ill shoot you". As Mike was literally about to take this POS gun out of his hands and beat the life out of him another guy jumped from the bushes on his left and then another from behind. Sadly he had to give up his 450X. Before I forget I want to truly thank Kyle Abney because he not only stopped and rode Mike out or harms way but he drove mike to two different Police stations and stayed with his for over 4Hrs of Hell.. Without going into all the other details and how we figured this out let me say that the police have been Outstanding since minute one taking this very very serious. They found out that this guy not only races SCORE races but was entered in what we understood was team 5X. They call Him "Freddy" and he was the suspect in the robbery of as I understand it a Canadian rider at last years 500.. As of right ow they said that the police know everything about this POS including his home and his mothers home and as far as the police say he is on the run. He was positively identified by Mike in some arrest photos they had of the guy. He rides a Honda 450X with "Monster stickers" on the graphics. He also has a black helmet of some kind. That is all the info I have as of right now. So I just wanted to let everyone know that this kind of thing is serious and we are really hoping they find this POS and we find the bike. "

Baja racers Spreading the Love:

"Robbed by another racer at the BAJA 500. This story was copied and pasted. It was told by Cracker 1 on I personally feel very disgusted and hope justice is served to the people who were involed. I will receive detailed information soon on the motorcycle information and will ask my fellow baja local racing friends to keep an eye out for this bike. Even know 90% of the time, if your bike is stolen in baja you will not get it back. But I hope this person/ racer is caught soon!!
Cracker 1
I felt that it was very important to get this information out as soon as possible after getting home today from the Baja 500. I brought this information to someone that I felt could have posted this to every offroad website there there was on the day that it happen but I was very sad to see that not a single word was posted ANYWHERE. So here goes, I was privileged to be part of not just one but 2 winning teams for the first time by winning class 30 on 349X by over a 1:08 and also Class 40 on 402X by multiple hours."""
"During the moto race lineup at the start of the race, other moto competitors pointed at the 15x team, as the one that perped the theft." SCORE Source

Original Exclusive Story:

Reported By Jorge Lucero

"Rest in peace. 
He ran the low 500 2013 yesterday reached A Pits his team saw it came very pale to get very thirsty and told him that it seemed to be a heat stroke which had to abandon the race and replied: "I will arrive to the finish line let me run" forward some fans saw him along the path and stopped to help him with water Mojandolo and dale to take and he said to them "I wanted to continue" and I moved in the second Pits his team returned to give water and your bike team told him that he had to stop running because it looked very bad, too tired! And he replied: "CORRERE death" more forward was his motorcycle pulled and a few meters the was already lying lifeless, apparently of a heart attack. His close friends say that he already knew that was going to die, had problems of the heart, and he wanted to die doing what more he liked and wanted to die in ssa BAJA 500."
Chuck sez: "Eat My Dirt Everyone"!
  Via Reporter Doug:
"Big props to Bryan Collins of COPS Racing for tending to Chuck's body. Believe me, without going into it, this was no small deal. Bryan and COPS Racing chasers spent a good part of the day seeing that Chuck's body was put into the proper hands in the proper way." 
The desert racing Buzz:
"This one hit our team pretty hard as a call came through saying our rider (66a) was laying face down on the bottom of the summit. I was so relieved to find our guy alive and well, relaxing in the shade. When we got to Salada our chase was visibly shook up as our truck was parked near a big name team who got involved. Sad for sure but feel as if that is how he wanted to go." And, "So thats what all the 15X chatter on the race radio relay was about. Figured something was going down when Bob was calling them to go SAT or Race Freq. Sad news! RIP" 
From an Inside Source:
His team split and took off. His motorcycle was also taken, not known whether stolen or taken by his teamates when they left him to die or dead on the distant desolate desert race course. 
More information supplied to, as soon as the police were known on the way to the scene of the death, anyone who knew the victim, did not stay on site.
Sources close to the situation say the bike (15x) will be easy to identify.  
More on the victim,
Charles "Chuck Neugebauer",
of Solana Beach, one busy dude!
  • 4 years ago
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    4 years ago
  • Swimsuit Illustrated It is comforting to know that if we have a problem, we have the best
    Thank you Doctor
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  • chuck neugebauer I survived a racing accident and look awesome, thanks to Dr Rolan.
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"Dr. Rolan attributed to keeping Chuck "Up", CLICK HERE for racing motorcycles and keeping up with "Swimsuit Illustrated". The 'Sportsman team' has needed SCORE help in the past.
More recent internet admissions HERE. Swimsuit Illustrated HERE, Karrin Rachelle commented just minutes ago, "RIP CHUCK".  
  DJ Karrin Rachelle  DJ/Karaoke Hostess almost every Monday 7pm-9:30pm-ish @ the Clairion Hotel & Casino & almost every Thursday 9pm-12am @ Rock & Rita's!
 From Chuck's FaceBook:
Chucks last words: "IN TO WIN !!!
SCORE BAJA 500 June 1st 2013 Class 22 Professional Motorcycle. 5x Honda Sponsor Swimsuit Illustrated Magazine. Sergio Morales, Chad Erl, Bryce Stavron, Chuck Neugebauer."
  One of his last Facebook and older MySpace pics...
In a club, in Mexico, with a "Hostess"
Chucks Come on to "Models"
Found on Chucks MySpace
Chucks Weakness, Found on Myspace
Chucks Final Words before Death in the BAJA 500

Do you have something to contribute to this story? Send to or call 619-251-9486

 Pictured Left:
' Crew Chief' SSI Team Leader Donny Razon and SCORE President and CEO Sal Fish

Motorcycle Racing was not the real purpose of this "Team"

Gary Newsome Reporting
Continues to Investigate! 

Thursday, June 13, 2013

The Complete BAJA 500 2013 Baja Racing News LIVE!

A Winning Pit Stop at the recent BAJA 500

Hotels in Ensenada Raised Room Rates Just For Us Racers!

Edited by Gary Newsome
UPDATE June 11, 2013

Executive Summary:

The hotels are crap and they will continue to Jack prices for us racers! And, SCORE is about to work with "us" (Baja California) on another race.

"Secretary of Tourism in Baja California, Juan Reds Funcke, confirmed that there is a surge in hotel occupancy in the entity that issues the Baja500, Baja1000 and San Felipe 250 will not change of venue.

In an interview, the state official said that in the city of Tijuana in what was January to May of hotel occupancy was 50 percent, in a sample of 19 hotels.

In the same period, but this year we had a record of 58 percent occupancy, reflecting a significant increase also is starting a good June with an occupancy rate of 64 percent, he added.

If increases in rates in hotels in the city of Ensenada, which was recorded in the period in which they developed the Baja 500, the state official issued a call for sites that did the debase to be more competitive.

Previously the government had input into the implementation of hotel rates, from the 90 were released and now the rates corresponding to the associations of hoteliers manage costs, he said.

As for the realization of racing Baja 500, Baja 1000 and San Felipe 250, said Funcke Reds will now be an additional race to determine the place of departure of competitors.

In conclusion, the Secretary indicated that the increase in the sector has led to the intense promotional work has been done in the state and southern California."

Original Report: Prices fourfold (quadrupled), from 300 to 200 thousand pesos, was what some hoteliers charged Ensenada this weekend held in the Baja 500, the president of the Association of Hotels and Motels in Ensenada, Jean-Loup Biterlin Geffroy.
The businessman said that while the sector recorded high hotel occupancy rates during the nights of Friday and Saturday, was presented the situation of between six and ten hotels increased their prices from 300 to 200 thousand pesos a night.
"Proturismo has a responsibility to the organization to deliver invitations Score support team and save money, the hotel involved and they are not all, have committed to donate two or three quarters, normally you should rent the rooms and hotels economic give those rooms, thus saving everyone. "
He said regular price is duplicated, but not that they raise the price four times, to a service or a facility "not worth it", a situation which he said was an abuse.
Jean-Loup Biterlin recognized that there is no regulation in the sector, to prevent these increases. He said that the need for better infrastructure and reinvest in local hotels, in order to have other fees that help hoteliers economy.
"We would like to raise average prices throughout the year and not be giving discounts all year long because we are cutting the neck by themselves".
Finally, the entrepreneur said that these hotels raised their rates do not belong to the association, and that they threaten the visitors return to Ensenada, or problems occurring with participants in future editions of the Baja or other events.



Wednesday, June 12, 2013

COYOTE 300 LIVE ! June 15-16

RACE UPDATE! Luis Medina
Coyote 300 Ready To Race!
LIVE! From La Paz, Baja South Mexico

Saturday, LIVE! 7 pm Pacific Time Tonight, Contingency On The Malecon

Sunday, RaceDay, South of La Paz, Baja South

Very attractive Racing Ladies will be here! ONLINE
It is with great pleasure, that will bring a traditional Baja Desert Off-Road Race this weekened, the nineteenth edition of the Coyote 300, one of the most exciting races and geography associated with Southern Baja, Baja California Sur, which, as every year is organized by the Club Coyote Pits AC, celebrating 20 years foundation, collaboration and organization skills BCS off road.
The race, which takes place in a "Route" will be starting its activities on Wednesday, June 12 starting with the draw of the 17 categories of motorsport that will see action in this event, being the date at 8:00 night at Restaurant Stella, located in Marquez de Leon and Alvaro Obregon in the coastal boardwalk of La Paz.
The excitement begins on Saturday June 15 with the Feast of Contingency to be held on the boardwalk, as is traditionally between Calle Marquez de Leon and beyond, at a party where the elite multicolor off road in our state will converge to thousands and thousands of fans who eagerly await this competition and that nothing in the world will miss the celebration also known as "The Review" or as is known as Contingency ... From 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm off party seize the Malecon road from La Paz in the classic prelude to the competition.
As for the race, it is important that brokers know that the deadline for registration is entitled to draw on Wednesday 12th, the same day that the press conference will celebrate along with the draw for the cars. Registrations are still open at: CIUDAD de CONSTITUTION: Tires Tornel Olachea Augustine Boulevard and Francisco Villa. PEACE: Tires Tornel, Forgers and Loreto. CABO SAN LUCAS: Tires Tornel Road to Todos Santos. SAN JOSE DEL CABO: Tires Tornel Guaymitas Transpeninsular Cologne.

The competition will be intense and insurance last year's winners will want to endorse the title. Andrea Tomba succeeded in Class 8.
As expected participation, the organization estimated at least 120 vehicles and about 50 motorcycles, being for many years, the race has also been referred to as "Record-Breaking" above any other event of this kind organized in the championships BCS, "The Coyote" has the highest record of competitors in the history of our state off road, competition with 222 teams who took the checkered flag in the 2010 edition green this fair, being at that time 165 cars and 57 motorcycles which set a new record, even today, in the annals of the history of this sport in BCS dusty.
This same race, holds the title as the race that most motorcyclists registered in nearly 60 years of off road, when in the 2009 edition, 61 were motorcycle riders who received boot logo ... So, for the dramatic route and the tremendous "punch" that is between the brokers, for issue # 19 of this fair, we expect a high level event. For you motorcycle the registration deadline entitled to draw, esl on Thursday June 13.
The draw motorcycle boot and the drivers meeting will be held at 10:15 pm on Saturday 15 at Restaurant Stella.
Father's Day "Racing"

This will be the spectacular setting of the goal of the XIX edition of the Coyote 300! Photo: Lucas Orantes
As usual and one of the most remarkable features of "Coyote 300", its realization has been for many years in the very Father's Day, the best way to celebrate and share the celebration of off-road racing to parents who like off road family on a Sunday full of light, happiness, fun, family harmony and celebration! Whether racers, enthusiasts and business certainly, Father's Day is traditionally the day of the Coyote 300 Desert Off-Road Race, in Southern Baja !
Lotsa Luxury!

Due to increasing population density and tourist especially in the area of ​​Playa El Tecolote, free land before the passage of the competency units today are full of luxurious homes and a huge tourist development has greatly complicated the arrival of the traditional career goal of Playa El Tecolote, however, and the club Guluarte Adrian presiding, took the wise decision to set a target in another place for traditional and legendary off-road excellence Paceño: Circuit Bronco Race Park, the same scenario as in the 70s were the heart of the races will be on Sunday, one of the best places to witness the arrival of the Traditional Coyote 300 ... With public area, sale of beer and the unique atmosphere finish enlivened by veteran sportswriter Miranda Alejandro Cota Arcadia accompanied by the magician, Luis Medina, who interviews the accomplished desert racers. The entrance to the Circuit Bronco will cost voluntary self recovery, this for the cleanup of the property, regardless of the number of occupants.
Everything is ready for one of the biggest races of the year! 

LIVE! on!

XIX Coyote 300
15 y 16 de Junio 
117 Desert Off-Road Racers, Four Wheel Comp
Lista de inscritos con ORDEN DE ARRANQUE: 117

1. 1 Juan Cota
2. 7 Steven Eugenio
3. 29 Enrique Murillo / Francisco Name
4. 24 Francisco Monroy
5. 5 José de Jesús Flores

1. 152 Fernando Hoyos / Juan Carlos Flores
2. 199 Samuel Araiza
3. 109 Abel Sandoval
4. 125 Steve Barry

1. 280 Juan Carlos Jiménez
2. 291 Rafael Montaño
3. 204 José Vizcaíno
4. 200 Pedro Velázquez Hernández
5. 230 Sandy Hall
6. 253 Mark Campbell / Paúl Clark / Luis Ramírez
7. 203 Oscar Moreno
8. 210 Antonio Cázares

1. 1280 Juan Carlos Jiménez / Carlos Amador
2. 1228 Juan Carlos Osuna / José Cervantes
3. 1290 Roberto González

1. 828 Carlos Alejandro Betancourt
2. 834 Alfonso Jaime Tabasco / Alfonso Jaine C.
3. 800 Andrea Tomba / Felipe Nery
4. 847 Rafael Haro Valdéz
5. 823 Enemesio López Duarte
6. 844 Mario Hernández Fonseca

CLASE 1600
1. 1600 Adrián Díaz / Fernando Cervón
2. 1622 Juan Briceño / Octavio Dávalos

1. 1799 Jesús Contreras
2. 1701 Larry Nash / Antonio Salmón
3. 1735 José L. Güereña
4. 1777 José Guadalupe Márquez
5. 1724 José Luis Villareal
6. 1707 Jorge Medoza Arnaut
7. 1767 César Romero Zatarain
8. 1744 Pedro Castro Carranza
9. 1779 Enrique Zazueta Vacas
10. 1712 Miguel Gale

1. 726 Guillermo Valdéz
2. 722 Gilberto Sánchez
3. 748 Diego Lee Vail Kane
4. 746 Francisco Chávez / Alan Chávez
5. 738 Manuel Núñez Jr. / Manolo Núñez S.
6. 704 Hugo Sáenz
7. 720 Luis Fernando Cota
8. 716 David Corral
9. 711 Guillermo Rojas Sotres
10. 713 Oscar Ibarra González
11. 740 Sergio Arroyo
12. 735 Alain Montes / Samuel Tuchman
13. 736 Mario Perpuly
14. 724 Jorge Elviro Ojeda Castillo
15. 708 Víctor González
16. 725 Erick González

CLASE 5-1600
1. 570 Javier Montoya
2. 553 Armando Murillo
3. 581 Gustavo Nava
4. 574 David Zarabia Lizárraga
5. 563 Hazzael Cota

1. 850 Samir Rivera
2. 855 Jaime Mario Abaroa / Jorge Abaroa

1. 769 Arturo Valencia Niño de Rivera
2. 783 Luis Yuen Juárez
3. 793 Christian Romero / Edgar Amador
4. 781 Raúl Camacho
5. 775 David Ramos
6. 759 Renato Avilés / Juan Amézquita
7. 756 Gregorio Ojeda Higuera
8. 774 José Antonio Higuera de los Reyes
9. 798 Alejandro / Iván Sánchez
10. 779 Mario Peña Orozco
11. 763 Miguel Ángel Barrera
12. 770 Heladio / Abraham Careaga

1. 1540 Mario Jeréz
2. 1530 David Jones
3. 1505 Pedro Velázquez Sr. / Pedro Velázquez R.
4. 1511 Ismael Rojas Sotres
5. 1512 Cinthya Torres
6. 1590 Antonio Hernández / Luis Enrique Cataño
7. 1518 Guillermo Domínguez
8. 1516 Rommel Humberto Carballo Ruiz
9. 1544 Iván Trejo
10. 1522 Ramón Meza Cota

1. 977 Ricardo Higuera Amador
2. 965 José Luis Martínez Ibarra
3. 913 Fernando Marrón
4. 978 Ray René Rubio / Juan Carlos Payén
5. 951 Cesar Uzcanga
6. 988 Ramiro Cota
7. 968 Jossio Agúndez / Leonardo Cota
8. 985 Héctor Olmos
9. 948 Miguel León Flores
10. 924 José Ernesto González Yuen
11. 952 Sergio Castillo Escobedo
12. 900 José Ricardo López / Paúl Escobedo 1RS

1. 1488 Aurelio Martínez E. /
2. 1417 Carlos Godinez
3. 1496 Rudy Quintero / Marco Díaz
4. 1420 Juan José Landin
5. 1480 Antonio Cázares / Christian Cázares
6. 1433 Rodrigo Martínez
7. 1422 Saúl Amador
8. 1400 Francisco Romero
9. 1438 Francisco Castillo RS2
10. 1469 Rigoberto Castro Cosio 1RS

1. 1800 Sandy Hall / Iván Castillo
2. 1820 Alexis Aarón Montufas Betancourt
3. 1815 Omar Antonio Zavala / Erick Zavala

1. 1146 Erick Romero
2. 1101 Diego Robles
3. 1103 Geovany Alucano
4. 1109 Joel Esliman
5. 1157 René de la Toba
6. 1199 Elías Hernández García
7. 1195 Arath Flores

Rally Cross
1. Leonardo Aguirre
2. R55 Víctor Gabriel Zárate
3. R25 Fernando Barajas
4. R09 Benjamín López
5. R08 Juan Antonio Pérez López
6. R65 Luis Armando Castro / Mario Enrique Ruiz

 Motorcycle Entries
“XIX Coyote 300”
UPDATED! June 15 
Clase Motos Pro: 7
1. 5X Luis Enrique Castillo/Edgar Miranda
2. 11X Gary Gasper / Gaddo Pazzesi / Arabén Agúndez
3. 9X Eduardo Gastelum / Luis Fernando Pérez Rangel
4. 20X Dorian Unzón Landa / Alejandro Angulo
5. 1X David Zarate / Marcelino Valdéz
6. 22XVincent Meza
7. 45X Ramón Dávila**

Clase 30: 6
1. 312X Kirk Russel
2. 321X Martin Verdugo
3. 306X Itzcoalt Bareño
4. 329X Luis Alberto Ceseña Romero
5. 307X Luis Morales / Javier Minjares**
6. 305X Luis Abaroa**

Clase Novatos Moto: 4
1. 251X Raúl Murillo Castro
2. 267X Miguel Ángel Sepúlveda
3. 205X Juan Carlos Morales
4. 227X Bryan Castro / Carlos Castro / David Castro**

Clase 25: 11
1. 2A Steven Davis
2. 8A Manuel Agúndez / Enrique Agúndez
3. 95A Federico Aguilar
4. 59A Sergio Valverde / Luis Kinijara
5. 4a Ricardo Díaz / Edgar Josué Aldecua / Salvador Pérezpliego
6. 45A Ramón Márquez / Geovani Márquez
7. 11A Raúl Castro / José Raúl Castro
8. 3A Daniel Cabanzón / Pedro Loya
9. 6A Ramón Rodríguez / Juan Pablo Sández
10. 10A Carlos Jiménez / Pedro Tarango
11. 1A Manlio Díaz / Mario González / Ahmed Marrón

Clase 24: 8
1. 100A Juan José Cota Nieto/Heraldo Murillo Nieto 1ro en arrancar
2. 105A Edgardo Sánchez Landa / Pedro Tarango
3. 127A Carlos Sarabia / Yisis Romo / Filiberto Sarabia
4. 123A Carlos Flores Ochoa / Juan Carlos Flores / Hernán Romero
5. 196A Oscar Zamudio / Cesar Zamudio / Diego Martínez
6. 104A Fernando Pérezpliego Ongay / Manuel Castellanos Leggs
7. 109A Albino Collins
8. 130A Edwin Sánchez / Uriel Dávalos / Uriel Dávalos Jr.

Clase Novatos ATV: 9
1. 279A Andrés Alejandro Avilés Orozco
2. 239A Manuel Barajas / José Miguel Barajas / Jeffrey Hernández
3. 236A Gabriel Vélez / Jesús Villanueva
4. 240A Miguel Antonio Cota González
5. 254A Nestor David Ojeda Lucero
6. 206A Mario Pérez González / Daniel González / Alejandro González
7. 243A Erick Cota / Heriberto Cota / Miguel Ángel Romero
8. 275A Pedro Espinoza / Gilberto Páez
9. 269A Jaime Humberto Contreras / René Elifeleth Contreras**