Known for being one of the easiest days of the Dakar Rally, Stage 14 is all about making sure each competitor finishes and that the fans of Chile get a chance to see their hero’s in action. Stage 14 came complete with a 346km special and a 121km Liaison section accompanied with a shortcourse style atmosphere for a small section of today’s special.
As expected, race leader Stephane Peterhansel wouldn’t push himself or his equipment in Stage 14 with a risk of loosing his over-all lead securing his 11th Dakar Rally victory. Peterhansel would finish today’s stage in 10th position, just 3 minutes behind stage winner and fellow teammate Nani Roma. Orlando Terranova would finish a slim 13 seconds behind Nani Roma and successfully hold off Lucio Alvarez who finished 20 seconds behind Roma. American Robby Gordon used this Stage to display his showmanship to the fans of Chile and wow the crowds with the impressive sights and sounds of the American built V8 Hummer, Gordon would go on to finish the stage in the 6th position.
Similar to the car outcome; bike favorite Cyril Despres would spend his time wisely and cruise to the finish line in the 14th position and secure his 5th Dakar Rally victory in the bike category. Today’s stage victory would go to KTM rider Ruben Faria, while Joan Barreda and Helder Rodriguez. American Johnny Campbell would finish today’s stage in the 18th position while fellow countrymen Kurt Caselli would finish 52nd in today’s stage. Although not within the top ten (where they would like to be) just to be able to finish the Dakar Rally is a huge accomplishment within itself.
The 2013 Dakar Rally has had it’s ups and downs for many competitors, for those who completed the Dakar should consider it a victory and for those who even made it to the starting line should consider themselves very blessed.
Stay tuned right here on Race-Dezert.com for a full Dakar recap including; representatives from the United States, success/defeat stories, unsung hero’s and much more. [More]
On the eve of the final stage of one of the greatest races in the world, the quest for glory has tightened up in both the motorcycle and car categories. While Stéphane Peterhansel has built a comfortable 45 minute lead and looks to sail to a record 11th Dakar win in the cars category, Francisco “Chaleco” Lopez has now moved into 2nd place closed in on leader Cyril Despres. Once in Santiago, drivers will have a course a few kilometres long, where they will be able to delight spectators by performing skids and jumps. Until then, the balance between the thrills of riding must be weighed with their sense of accomplishment in order to make it to the finish line. [More]
Stage 11 of the 2013 Dakar Rally started in La Rioja, Argentina and ended in Fiambala, Argentina. But later in the day when the cars started the runoff from the storm in the mountains caused a tremendous amount of flooding making it nearly impossible for the cars to cross raging rivers. The Dakar organizers decided to stop the stage 53km in, and so far it looks as if the times for CP1 might be used for the finish.
Screen shot of todays broadcast showing the flooding that ended the stage early.
Robby Gordon started fifth for the day but quickly made up time as he crossed WP2 in second then took over the lead by WP3. With the stage ending early 53km into the special due to the impassible rivers, Robby got the win for todays stage. [More]
During Stage 10 of the 2013 Dakar Rally, competitors experienced a typical course for the Argentinean rally stage with a mix of winding and fast roads, forests and open plateaus. After 37 km on the road the cars had a 353km (219 miles) special and the bikes a slightly different route at 357km (222 miles).
Nani Roma started first on stage 10 of the Dakar Rally
In the car category Nani Roma started todays stage with his team-mate Stéphane Peterhansel just behind. Peterhansel quickly took charge 64km into the special 12 seconds ahead of Terranova and 24 seconds ahead of Roma but that didn’t last long with Terranova commanding the lead just 36km later. [More]
KURT CASELLI’S FIRST STAGE WIN IS BOTH SYMBOLIC AND PIVOTAL IN AMERICA’S ULTIMATE QUEST
3 months ago If you asked champion motorcycle racer Kurt Caselli if he would win a stage in the 2013 DAKAR RALLY, he would’ve probably laughed and said no way. But when a last minute offer to replace KTM’s Mark Coma came with a golden key to the world of DAKAR, he jumped in cold and, only weeks later, he’s done what a few experts predicted he would do: win his first DAKAR stage. [More]
It was COLD COLD COLD but racing at the HDRA Vegas 250 was as hot as it gets!
The temperature was hovering around 15 degrees on Saturday morning when nearly 100 racers staged for the start of the Vegas 250. “We are excited to get this first race of the year underway,” said Roger Norman. “It’s going to be a great year for off-road racing.”
Roger Norman and George Antill.
Cameron Steele on his way to 1st Overall and the Trophy Truck win at the HDRA Vegas 250
Cameron Steele battled with BJ Baldwin until the last lap when BJ had a mechanical problem. “We had a really good day,” said Steele at the finish. “We started off with a big run to the front, and then BJ stepped up and made a race out of it. I think he had problem there at the end, but we’re really stoked to be up here on the top spot and start the season with a win, we want to be the first to claim the World Championship and this is the best way to do it.” [More]
Dakar 2013 Edition ( Jan 5th - 19th ) Click Here
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Stage 4 - Car/ Bike - Stage Summary (Nazca Arequipa)
My understanding is this was the video that was sent to SCORE International after the 2012 Baja 1000. In the end, Vildosola was penalised and lost 1st place to BJ Baldwin.
Red Bull gives you penalty minutes.
45th Tecate SCORE Baja 1000
Final Round of Five Race 2012 SCORE Desert Series
Nov. 15-17—1,121.55 miles
Ensenada, Baja California to La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Total Starters: 298; Total Finishers 174 (58.38 percent)
(34 U.S. States, 23 countries)
Official Finishers Following Complete Data Tracking Review
PRO CARS & TRUCKS:
SCORE TROPHY TRUCK (Unlimited Production Trucks)—1. Gus Vildosola/Gus Vildosola Jr., Mexicali, Mexico, Ford Raptor, 19:45:00 (56.79 miles per hour); 2. B.J. Baldwin, Las Vegas, Chevy Silverado, 20:00:59; 3. Mark Weyhrich/Gary
Final Fish Salute On Jan. 12 During 2012 SCORE Awards Night at Hyatt Regency in SoCal
LOS ANGELES—After nearly four decades of leadership in the sport he loves so much and nurtured as a parent would a child, iconic race producer Sal Fish announces today that he has sold his SCORE International desert racing organization and the SCORE Desert Racing Series to Roger Norman effective immediately. Fish, the CEO/President of Los Angeles-based SCORE International has set the pace for the sport of desert racing since shortly after it’s forming by the late Mickey Thompson in 1973.
What does this have to do with this years Baja 1000 (2012) controversy?
Reposted from Ballistic BJ Baldwin's Facebook/Instagram pages:
Considering we lost most of 3rd gear at race mile 90, I'd say this would be the only time I'm happy losing by 11 seconds. Sorry everyone, we did the best we could with the cards that we were dealt. I hope everyone enjoyed the show. We'll do better next time. I promise.
Race-Dezert.com has enlisted Mad Media for the worldwide exclusive live coverage of the Baja 500. Fans from around the world will gather to watch the Baja 500 live on Race-Dezert.com. This is the only place where you can get live information on the race as it happens. Coverage will include streaming video from the start/finish, live Weatherman race radio streaming, live IRC tracking, and photos and video clips throughout contingency and the race.
Coverage begins on Friday, June 1st for Tech & Contingency. Follow the madness on facebook.com/racedezertcom as drivers persist through the crowded streets of Ensenada. Photos and raw video will be posted as it happens, followed by Mad Media produced videos to youtube.com/racedezertcom.
Race-Dezert.com’s live stream coverage will begin live at 9:45AM. Follow the racers throughout the battle with the live tracking map and Weatherman live stream. On-course videos and photos will be posted to facebook.com/racedezertcom. Mad Media will be producing semi-live exclusive coverage of the Monster Energy Off-Road Team, as they film, edit and upload video from Baja. Cover It Live text updates will be flowing on the live coverage page as well.
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Prerunning Begins This Friday For 44th Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 500
Published on May 16 2012
Prerunning Begins Friday On ‘Brutally-Rugged’ 450-mile Course For 44th Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 500.
Round 4 of five-race 2012 SCORE Desert Series to be held June 1-3 in Ensenada, Mexico.
Entries From 32 States and 13 Countries. Entry List Includes 39 SCORE Trophy Trucks.
Course Map Available at - www.score-international.com
LOS ANGELES—With the release of the official course map, GPS files and course notes this week, pre-race activity increases significantly starting Friday when the world’s best desert racers officially begin their pre-running and course logistics activities for next month’s 44th Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 500, the second-oldest desert race in the world.
Round 4 of the five-race 2012 SCORE Desert Series, the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Series, will feature over 275 entries, competing in 28 Pro and 7 Sportsman classes for cars, trucks, motorcycles and ATVs The popular event will be held May 31-June 3 in Ensenada, Mexico.
SCORE is in its 39th year as the world’s foremost desert racing organization. This race is traditionally one of the most popular events on the SCORE schedule, and most of the world’s best desert racers are expected to be in action at this year’s 44th anniversary of the Tecate SCORE Baja 500, the original desert race produced by SCORE on July 26, 1974.
With late entries accepted up to race morning in the 450-mile race, entries so far have come from 32 U.S. States from Hawaii to New York and the U.S. Territory of Guam along with the additional countries of Mexico, Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Finland, Germany, Guatemala, Ireland, Italy and Japan.
The green flag will drop for the race at 6 a.m. on Saturday (June 2) for the motorcycle and ATV classes in the Tecate SCORE Baja 500, followed by the car and truck classes three hours after the last ATV at approximately 10 a.m. The elapsed-time race, with a 22-hour time limit for all competitors, will start and finish in front of the Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center on Boulevard Costero in the heart of Ensenada, leaving and returning into the city through the Arroyo Wash.
The talented field of veteran desert racers heading to Baja includes 22 defending class winners out of the 30 Pro and Sportsman classes that had finishers in last year’s race. Several, however, will be racing in different classes this year.
Last year’s overall race champions are among the early entries in this year’s race. The overall 4-wheel winner in 2011 was Las Vegas’ Bryce Menzies, who drives the No. 1 Red Bull Menzies Motorsports Ford F-150 SCORE Trophy Truck. Recording the fastest overall time while leading all motorcycles in last year’s race was Kendall Norman, Santa Barbara, Calif. and Quinn Cody, Buellton, Calif., on a Honda CRF450X while the fastest ATV was the Honda TRX450R team led by Brandon Brown, Umatilla, Ore. Norman will be riding solo this year on another Honda CRF450X while Cody will be the second rider for Mike Brown on a KTM 450SX-F. Menzies was also last year's SCORE Overall and SCORE Trophy Truck season point champion as well as being selected as the 2011 SCORE Rookie of the Year.
The rugged 450-mile course, which runs in a clockwise direction, resembles a deflating balloon, winding east to Ojos Negros, down to near San Felipe, back West to the Pacific Ocean below San Vicente and back north east through Santo Tomas on the way back to Ojos Negros and then Ensenada.
The only pre-running that will be allowed on the first 41.04 miles of the course will be outbound only and only on Thursday and Friday, May 31 and June 1. No inbound pre-running on the last 41.04 miles of the course will be allowed. Pre-running of the rest of the course will start and finish in the Ojos Negros area.
The four official race checkpoints, where all vehicles are required to make a quick stop, will be located at race mile 88.56 (Santa Catarina), rm219.72 (lower Matias wash), rm314.13 (Northwest of Colonet near the Pacific Ocean) and rm402.90 (West of Ojos Negros). The course will also have 52 virtual checkpoints. All vehicles are also required to run International Rally Consultants tracking devices and live vehicle tracking will be available during the race at - www.racetheworld.net.
The course will also have five short, controlled-speed pavement sections that total 13.67 miles where the speed limit for the race vehicles is 60 miles per hour, subject to time penalties for exceeding that speed in those very limited pavement sections.
The featured SCORE Trophy Truck division for high-tech, 850-horsepower, unlimited production trucks has a race-high 39 entries in this year’s Tecate SCORE Baja 500.
Besides the three overall winners, among the other defending Pro class champions in the Tecate SCORE Baja 500 entered this year to date are: Luke McMillin, El Cajon, Calif. (Class 1/2-1600), Donald Moss, Sacramento, Calif. (Class 3); Rudolfo Iribe, Tijuana, Mexico/Justin Matney, Bristol, Tenn. (Class 8); Sergio Salgado, Mexicali, Mexico (Class 10) Rafael Navarro IV, Temecula, Calif./Vic Bruckmann, Lemon Grove, Calif. (SCORE Lites), Matney (Class 11), Clyde Stacy, Bristol, Va./Eduardo Laguna, Mexicali, Mexico (Class 4); Mike Johnson, El Paso, Texas (Class 30); Jeff Kaplan, Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Class 40), Wayne Matlock, El Cajon, Calif. (Class 25) and Carl Vella, Ardsley, N.Y. (Class 26).
From the group above, Luke McMillin is racing in Class 1 this year as is Matney (with Stacy) and Laguna is driving in Class 6. Stacy is also driver of record for a team in Class 5-1600.
The Sportsman class winners returning from last year as of today are: Peter Lang, Santa Rosa, Calif. (SPT Buggy), Randy Swing, El Cajon, Calif. (SPT Truck) and Ulises Fierro, Tijuana, Mexico (SPT M/C>450cc). Lang has moved up to Class 6 this year and Fierro to Class 21.
Prominent Mexican racer Juan C. Lopez along with Cody Parkhouse, Mike Brown and Josh Frederick have all drew pole positions in their respective divisions for the race.
Mexico’s Lopez, who finished second in both Laughlin races and sixth in San Felipe in the No. 18 RPM OffRoad Chevy Silverado is second in SCORE Overall and SCORE Trophy Truck points. RPM OffRoad, based in Bristol, Tenn. leads the point standings in six classes after the first three races of the five-race 2012 SCORE Desert Series. RPM has eight vehicles entered in the Tecate SCORE Baja 500 and as a team they have earned a total of 13 class wins the first three races of the season.
Besides Menzies and Lopez, among the other entries in SCORE Trophy Truck are current season point leader Rob MacCachren, the overall 4-wheel winner in this race in 1996 and a long list of other SCORE Trophy Truck winners in this event including Menzies (2011), Andy and Scott McMillin (2010), B.J. Baldwin (2008), Brian Collins (2006, 2007), Robby Gordon (2005), Alan Pflueger (2004) and Curt LeDuc (1995). Collins, Las Vegas will be the second driver for NASCAR Cup and Nationwide series driver Brendan Gaughan of Las Vegas, while LeDuc will be a driver for Nick Vanderwey, Phoenix.
Continuing to move out from the shadow of his father and his uncle’s experienced tracks, second-generation Southern California desert racer Cody Parkhouse of Long Beach, is fourth in SCORE overall points and continues to lead the unlimited Class 1 and will start first in his class in a Chevy-powered Jimco open-wheeled desert race car.
Brown, Murrieta, Calif., who ironically also drew the first start at the last SCORE race in San Felipe, will lead the motorcycle classes into the Baja desert with co-rider Quinn Cody, Los Olivos, Calif., on a factory-supported KTM 450SX-F.
A former SCORE Overall ATV point champion (2005), Josh Frederick, Moapa, Nev. and teammates Dillon Zimmerman, Murrieta, Calif. and Cesar Lopez, San Felipe, Mexico, will start first among the ATV classes in a Can-Am DS-450. Frederick won the first 2012 SCORE Baja race for ATVs in San Felipe.
While late entries will be accepted up to race morning, as of today, the Pro 4-Wheel vehicles classes with the most entries are: SCORE Trophy-Truck (39), the unlimited Class 1 (21), Class 10 (13) and Class 1/2-1600 (10).
Leading the pro motorcycle classes is the open Class 22 with nine entries to date.
Class 25 and Class 24 lead the ATV classes so far with six entries each and leading the Sportsman Motorcycles is the SPT M/C> class with 18 to date.
Following his third victory in the last five races and second in three races this season, Las Vegas’ All-America racer MacCachren has launched himself into the SCORE Overall and SCORE Trophy Truck point lead after three of five races in the 2012 SCORE Desert Series.
With back to back overall wins in 2012 (Laughlin-Round 2 and San Felipe) after opening the season with a ninth-place finish in the first round in Laughlin, Nev., MacCachren, 47, has earned 177 championship points in the No. 20 Rockstar Energy/MasterCraft Racing Ford F-150. He is not only the SCORE Overall point leader, he is also at the top of the leaderboard in the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck division.The recent San Felipe victory was also MacCachren’s fourth in the last six SCORE races.
In San Felipe, MacCachren also earned the 75 all-time SCORE Baja overall race win for noted tired manufacturer BFGoodrich. BFG Tires have now been the tire of choice for the overall 4-wheel vehicle winners in 22 MasterCraft Safety Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 races, 28 in the Tecate SCORE Baja 500 and 25 in the legendary Tecate SCORE Baja 1000.
SCORE points are based on starting, finishing, placement and number of official starters within each class.
With consistent Laughlin finishes of fourth and third along with a seventh in San Felipe, Steve Strobel, Clarks, Neb., has moved up to third in SCORE Overall points and remains third in SCORE Trophy Truck in the No. 94 Strobel Motorsports Ford F-150.
In addition to season class point championships, the racers are also competing for part of the nearly $400,000 in cash purse and contingency postings each race. Drivers in the Pro car and truck classes are also attempting to earn prestigious SCORE Toyota Milestone Awards given to all car and truck class drivers who complete every required mile of the five-race season. Being presented by Toyota Motorsports for the 27th consecutive year, a total of 31 drivers are still in the hunt for the awards for the 2012 SCORE Desert Series after the first two rounds in the five-race series.
Racers are also competing for the annual SCORE Off-Roadsman of the Year awards, including the MasterCraft Safety SCORE Rookie of the Year award. All categories, except Engine Builder and Original Buggy Chassis Manufacturer, will be determined by public on-line voting while Engine and Buggy awards are determined by season points.
Tecate Beer is the title sponsor of the three SCORE Baja races.
MasterCraft Safety is co-title sponsor of the 26th MasterCraft Safety Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250.
Official Sponsors of the SCORE Desert Series are:
-BFGoodrich Tires, Official Tire
-Volkswagen of America, Official Vehicle
-Sunoco Race Fuels, Official Race Fuel
-Slime, Official Tire Sealant
-Symons Ambulance Company, Official Ambulance
-Bilstein, Official Shock Absorber
-Instant Mexico Auto Insurance, Official Mexican Auto Insurance
Official Sponsors of the SCORE Baja 1000 are:
-Coca-Cola, Official Soft Drink
-Volaris Airlines, Official Airline
-Lightforce Performance Lighting, Official Driving Light
Additional SCORE Sponsors are - Proturismo Ensenada, Baja California Secretary of Tourism, COTUCO Mexicali/San Felipe, Las Vegas Events, Blue C Advertising, SignPros, PCI Race Radios, McKenzie’s Performance Products and Advanced Color Graphics.
44th Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 500
June 1-3, 2012—Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
Total Entries: 214 (as of 5/16/12)
(from 32 U.S. States, Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Finland,
Germany, Guatemala, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico and U.S. territory-Guam)
Pro Cars & Trucks
SCORE TROPHY-TRUCK (39)
18 Juan C. Lopez
30 Robbie Pierce
97 B.J. Baldwin
20 Rob MacCachren
94 Steven Strobel
49 Ryan Arciero
16 Cameron Steele
23 Dan McMillin
17 Mike Julson
19 Tim Herbst
31 Andy McMillin
34 Ken Losch
48 Jimmy Knuckles
55 Mark Workentine
93 Chris Kemp
57 Mike Palmer
12 Brendan Gaughan
45 Gary Magness
1 Bryce Menzies
15 Armin Schwarz
95 Scott Whipple
21 Gus Vildosola Jr.
2 Pete Sohren
24 Adam Householder
10 Greg Nunley
84 Nick Vanderwey
98 Gary Weyhrich
77 Robby Gordon
83 Martin Aguirre
51 Kory Scheeler
14 Josh Daniel
9 Mark Weyhrich
28 Alan Pflueger
22 Roberto Encinas III
76 Jesse Jones
39 Ron Whitton
52 Jessica Baumgartner
71 Rick D. Johnson
50 John Langley
CLASS 1 (21)
101 Cody Parkhouse
102 Josh Rigsby
103 Clyde Stacy
104 Luke McMillin
105 Tony Miglini
106 Damen Jefferies
107 Ronny Wilson
108 Guy Petersen
109 Ryan Sharman
110 Jon Walker
111 Steve Schovajsa
112 Mark Stevens
113 Monica Greenhill
114 Lyle Bask
115 Francisco Perez
116 Harley Letner
117 Mario Acosta
118 Buddy Feldkamp
146 Scott Zeppenfeldt
100 Justin Davis
149 Ron Gibbs
CLASS 1/2-1600 (10)
1601 Matt Ferrato
1602 George Peters
1603 Steve Achey
1604 Arturo Velazco
1605 Jason Coleman
1606 Brad Wilson
1607 Rob Archibald
1647 Eliseo Garcia
1648 Wes McKenzie
1649 Hiram Duran
CLASS 3 (2)
300 Donald Moss
349 Billy Bunch
CLASS 5 (3)
500 Kevin Carr
501 Raymond Gray
502 Jose Lopez
CLASS 5-1600 (3)
551 Trevor Anderson
552 Erich Reisen
579 Clyde Stacy
CLASS 6 (5)
601 Gregg Hempel
602 Eduardo Laguna
603 Peter Lang
618 Gavin Skilton
600 Heidi Steele
CLASS 7 (1)
700 Dan Chamlee
CLASS 7SX (5)
741 Alfonso Bernardino
743 Ricardo Garcia
740 Elias Hanna
745 Roman Paniagua
759 Justin Fisher
CLASS 8 (2)
801 Rick Sanchez
839 Rodolfo Iribe
CLASS 10 (13)
1001 Morgan Langley
1002 Peter Hajas
1003 Chip Prescott
1004 Matt Cullen
1005 John Martensen
1006 Lee Banning
1008 Perry McNeil
1009 Jimmy Slaughter
1010 Mark Lawrence
1011 Mike Lawrence
1000 Sergio Salgado
1013 Jorge Nuza
1049 Ty Godde
SCORE LITES (8)
1200 Rafael Navarro IV
1201 Brent Parkhouse
1202 Jeff Sanca
1203 Gregg Ryan
1204 Hector Garcia
1247 Arnoldo Ramirez
1248 Leonardo Navarrete
1249 Otoniel Huerta
STOCK FULL (1)
879 Joe Bacal
STOCK MINI (1)
779 Andy Bell
1350 Chelsea Magness
CLASS 7-2 (2)
721 Dave Boynton
720 Reid Rutherford
CLASS 4 (2)
418 Mike Shaffer
419 Derek Fletcher
CLASS 2 (1)
219 Clyde Stacy
CLASS 22 (8)
2x Mike Brown
3x A.J. Stewart
4x Robby Bell
5x Mark Samuels
1x Colton Udall
7x Kurt Caselli
8x Francisco Arredondo
9x Kendall Norman
CLASS 20 (3)
151x Dane LaFontaine
152x Tony Gurule
179x Gabriel Williams
CLASS 21 (6)
101x Adam Neuwirth
102x Jim O’Neal
103x Adolfo Palacios
104x Francisco Septien
105x Carlos Casas
106x Ulises Fierro
CLASS 30 (5)
300x Mike Johnson
301x Javier Hernandez
302x Mario Valenzuela
303x Kevin Murphy
349x Christopher Parr
CLASS 40 (6)
401x Oscar Fazz
402x Mike Johnson
403x Mike Prunty
400x Jeff Kaplan
405x Mike Kay
406x Chuck Shortt
CLASS 50 (3)
501x Marc Prince
502x Seiji Kubota
519x Mark Winkleman
CLASS 60 (2)
601 Al Perrett
600x Donald Lewis
CLASS 25 (6)
2a Josh Frederick
3a Brandon Brown
1a Wayne Matlock
5a Greg Row
6a Rafael Torres
7a Mike Cafro
CLASS 24 (6)
101a Rafael Torres
102a Manuel Jimenez
103a Miguel Olivas
104a Cristian Anaya
105a Guillermo Berenger
149a Gabriel Valencia Jr
CLASS 26 (1)
200a Carl Vella
SPT BUGGY (4)
1401 Christopher Augenti
1402 Stephen Ankeny
1403 Dan Hansen
1449 Jim Bunn
SPT TRUCK (1)
1500 Randy Swink
SPT UTV (4)
1800 William Morris
1801 Thomas Graves
1802 Jason Murray
1803 Chris Koch
SPT M/C< (10)
201x Daniel O’Leary
202x Brad Masciotra
203x Mike Mensinger
204x Dan Troy
205x Carlos Orenday
206x Jobel Coronado
207x Fred Sobke
208x Carlos Gracida
209x Mark Sasaki
249x Mark Winkleman
SPT M/C> (18)
251x Carlos Valdez
252x Hideyuki Fukuoka
253x Andreas Hoyler
254x Kevin Muggleton
255x Cesar Torres
256x Kazuhiro Nakamura
257x Carl Yakiwchuk
258x Akihiri Saito
259x Dave Campbell
260x Takehiro Yorimitsu
261x Scott Darkow Jr.
262x Brad Baker
264x Luke Dupin
265x Steve Grieb
266x Adrian Ruiz-Esparza
267x Risto Niemi
268x David Camarena
299x Carlos Sanchez
SPT ATV (10)
51a Richard Epperson
52a Justin Ryan
53a Paul Engen
54a Jose Manuel Soto
55a Juan Gonzalez
56a Roger Rubio
57a David McFarland
58a Adolfo Loya
60a Juan Dominguez
99a Rusty Batza
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Starting Positions For Baja 500
Published on May 12 2012
44th Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 500
June 1 2012 to June 3 2012
I think this may be my all time favorite offroad video. "Who hit us?"
“"Over the river and through the woods, to beat Robby's ass we go!" lmao. Relax! It's a joke! #winning #offroad @monsterenergy”
Approx 4:12 in the video below.
18th SCORE Laughlin Desert Challenge
January 13 2012 to January 15 2012
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
THURSDAY, JANUARY 12:
EARLY RACE REGISTRATION AT RIVER PALMS
1:00PM to 6:00PM
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13:
RACE COURSE PRACTICE SESSIONS
8:00AM to 9:00AM - STREET LEGAL VEHICLES
9:00AM to 10:00AM - RACE VEHICLES & PRERUNNERS
10:00AM to 10:30AM - TRACK MAINTENANCE
10:30AM to 11:30AM - STREET LEGAL VEHICLES
11:30AM to 1:00PM - RACE VEHICLES & PRERUNNERS
EXPRESS REGISTRATION AT RIVER PALMS
9:00AM to 10:00AM
REGULAR REGISTRATION AT RIVER PALMS
10:00AM to 5:00PM
MEDIA REGISTRATION AT RIVER PALMS
9:00AM to 5:00PM
CONTINGENCY/TECH AT EDGEWATER & COLORADO BELLE
10:00AM to 4:00PM
TROPHY TRUCK QUALIFYING ON ENTIRE COURSE LOOP
2:00PM to 4:30PM
SATURDAY, JAN 14 & SUNDAY, JAN 15:
GROUP 1 - 7:00AM START:
1/2-1600 -> 6 Laps
5-1600 -> 6 Laps
2 -> 6 Laps
SptBug -> 6 Laps
Spt5-1600 -> 6 Laps
9 -> 4 Laps
11 -> 3 Laps
GROUP 2 - 9:00AM START:
8 -> 6 Laps
PT -> 6 Laps
6 -> 6 Laps
7-2 -> 6 Laps
7 -> 6 Laps
7SX -> 6 Laps
SF -> 5 Laps
SM -> 5 Laps
3 -> 5 Laps
SptTrk -> 5 Laps
GROUP 3 - 11:00AM START:
10 -> 7 Laps
Lites -> 7 Laps
5 -> 7 Laps
4 -> 7 Laps
GROUP 4 - 1:00PM START:
Trophy Truck -> 8 Laps
GROUP 5 - 3:00PM START:
Class 1 Unlimited -> 8 Laps
RACE COURSE - The race course is a 6 mile loop.
HOT PIT AREA - A hot pit is provided adjacent to the race
course at Race Mile 5.
TIME LIMIT - All classes will have an 85 minute time limit to
complete their required laps on each day.
START INTERVAL - One every 15 seconds.
STOP AT START/FINISH LINE - You must STOP at the
completion of each lap. There are no other required stops.
ENGINE REPLACEMENT - Allowed for Sunday's race.
CHASSIS & TECH TAG NUMBER - You must use the
same chassis and tech tag number on both days, but all
other parts may be replaced for Sunday's race.
DRIVER OF RECORD - The Driver of Record is required to
start or finish either the Saturday or Sunday race in order to
receive class championship points for both races.
RESULTS - The Saturday and Sunday races will be
considered separate and independent races for purposes
of championship points, prize money and trophies.
FINISHER STATUS - You must complete all required laps
within the 85 minute time limit to be considered a finisher.
If your elapsed time is one second or more over the 85
minute time limit, then your last lap will not be counted.
TROPHY TRUCK QUALIFYING - This class will qualify for
Saturday start positions and run one complete 6 mile lap on
Friday, January 13 beginning at 2:00PM. Qualifying start
order is based on the January 2 drawing for start positions.
Vehicles must be race trim to qualify, meaning race ready
with all body panels. Participants electing not to qualify will
receive a starting position based on a random draw. Start
positions for Sunday's race will be based on the Saturday
CLASS START POSITIONS - Saturday start positions will
be based on the January 2 drawing. Sunday start positions
will be based on Saturday's finish order for classes with less
than ten finishers. Classes with ten or more finishers will
have a random drawing of the top ten finishers to determine
start order. The remaining participants after 10th Place will
start in the order they finished on Saturday.
44th Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 1000
A good site to track drivers and listen to the race radio: 2011 SCORE Baja 1000 - Live
Satellite tracking: Baja 1000 race viewer
Race website: 2011 Baja 1000
RACE COURSE - Approximately 700 mile course loop
starting and finishing in Ensenada on Boulevard Costero in
front of the Riviera Convention Center.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18
START LINE IN FRONT OF RIVIERA CENTER
Late Technical Inspection - 5:30AM
Motorcycle & ATV Start - 6:30AM
Four Wheel Start - 11:30AM
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19
Race Continues Throughout the Day and Evening
Finish Line Closes at Approximately 9:00PM
TIME LIMIT - All vehicles will have 32 hours from their
designated start time to complete the race.
STARTING GAP - There will be a full 4 hour gap between
the last ATV starter and the first Trophy Truck starter.
43rd Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 500
4 wheel vehicle start is 10:00 AM PDT.
A good site to track drivers and listen to race radio: 2011 SCORE Baja 500 - Live
Sorry for the last minute post.
25TH ANNUAL MASTERCRAFT SAFETY TECATE SCORE SAN FELIPE 250
March 11 2011 to March 13 2011
The 25th running of the San Felipe 250 off-road race starts Sat. March 11th.
Motorcycles and ATV classes will report to staging at 5:30AM for a 6:00AM start and will start one every 30 seconds in the following order - 22, 21, 30, 40, 20, 50, 60, 25, 24, SPTMOTO>, SPTMOTOSCORE International
Baja Racing News Live Coverage
Race Radio - Weatherman - GPS Vehicle Tracking - Race-DeZert Live Coverage
Edit: Streaming video is up: here
The 42nd Baja 500 started this morning June 5th 2010.
All information such as waivers, entry forms, maps, etc. for the 2010 Baja 500 are here: Race Details and Bulletins
You can pick your favorite drivers or an entire class to track live on course here: Score Tracking
Friday night the race-deZert.com leader board will go live. The RDC Leader Board will provide updates on the racers throughout the race and will provide access to the Weatherman Audio feed.
A great site to follow desert racing is at race-deZert.com: RDC
Edit: Updated the link to RDC Leader board. Weatherman is online.
Edit: Streaming video is up: here
Link to Caliente Films website: Caliente Films