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Rob MacCachren Is overall winner 2018 San Felipe 250 desert race. Official trophy truck race results round 1 of four-race 2018 “World Desert Championship”, 7.-8. April 2018 San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico Loop course 319 miles. 246 starters, 67.9% or 167 of them did finish the race.
1. 11 Rob MacCachren, 53, Las Vegas, Ford F-250 (Geiser), 5:20:17 (59.76 miles per hour)
2. 16 Cameron Steele, 50, San Clemente, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Geiser), 5:23:50
3. 83 Luke McMillin, 25, San Diego, Ford F-150 (Racer), 5:25:10
4. 31 Andy McMillin, 30, San Diego, Chevy Silverado (Mason), 5:26:14
5. 32 Ryan Arciero, 44, Lake Forest, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith), 5:32:16
6. 23 Dan McMillin, 30, La Mesa, Calif., Ford F-150 (Racer), 5:35:23
7. 24 Adam Householder, 33, Yorba Linda, Calif./Wayne Gould, 51, Anaheim, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith), 5:39:43
8. 10 Alan Ampudia, 27, Ensenada, Mexico/Aaron Ampudia, 25, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor (ID), 5:40:16
9. 7 Justin ‘Bean’ Smith, 34, Las Vegas (DOR-Bryce Menzies, 30, Las Vegas), Ford Raptor (Geiser), 5:51:04
10. 40 Chris Miller, 44, LaJolla, Calif./Jimmy Nuckles, 50, Brawley, Calif., Toyota Tundra (ID), 5:53:38
32nd SCORE San Felipe 250, round 1 of four-race 2018 “World Desert Championship”, 7.-8. April 2018 San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico Loop course 319 miles. 246 starters, 67.9% or 167 of them did...
We did comment on the original post here https://goo.gl/eEpZWY. Unfortunately did #SCOREIntl not assign any importance to get out in front of these things with press releases, etc to at least acknowledge that an incident happened.
A lowlife like Mike "HoMo" Overcast is having a heyday, "our" sport is suffering and - despite the general "don't mix sport and politics" DO NOT forget the climate between USA and Mexico. There is very much a value to "Nothing and no one stands above the dignity of Mexico" and it applies to EVERYTHING Mexico, incl. 2 fatal victims of an accident.
Why is there not one word of empathy by the organizer SCORE Intl? Stone-walling for buddies? No good for the sport at all. Accidents - with tragic outcomes at times unfortunately happen, attempting to silence circumstances is not the way to go. Show at least some respect by acknowledging the situation so you do not look like the give-a-shit gringo that comes to Mexico to race in a way never possible in the USA. Very poor crisis situation management by SCORE International. For christ sake, 2 humans forcefully died - no matter who's fault, during a recreational sports event with mainly non-Mexican participants you organize and manage. Grow a spine! Our sport is better as you represent it!!!
Zak Langley and the Cops Racing Nr 50 #TrophyTruck at tech and contingency for tomorrows 320 miles single loop race
Bryce Menzies was injured while filming a commercial driving his pro4 truck and had a hard hit which fractured 2 vertebrae in his back. He was airlifted out. He is going to be OK yet out of racing for 6-8 weeks. Justin Bean Smith will take the wheel of the Nr.7 #TrophyTruck for Bryce Menzies at the Baja / SF 250.
Looks likeracer Bryce Menzies Dakar ambitions came to a sudden halt at the second stage! According to our information is he and copilot ok, just some bruises.
Looks like Bryce Menzies Dakar ambitions came to a sudden halt at the second stage! According to our information is he and copilot ok, just some bruises. [[MORE]] google_ad_client =...
Joan Barreda has retired from the 2018 Dakar whilst still holding second position. After having suffered several falls in some of the earlier stages of the rally and punishing his body severely, the exhausted Spaniard made the decision to completely withdraw.
Joan Barreda has retired from the 2018 Dakar whilst still holding second position. After having suffered several falls in some of the earlier stages of the rally and punishing his body severely, the...
First test session with his his new Mason Motorsports Trophy Truck is in the books for Andy Mcmillin. He is attempting to back up the overall win from 2017 in the new truck at Parker.
There is one more week for testing before the race.
The BlueWater Resort Parker 425 schedule: Friday, February 2, 2018 – Registration, Tech & Contingency, Drivers Meeting, Saturday, February 3, 2018 – Race Day
First test session with his his new Mason Motorsports Trophy Truck is in the books for Andy Mcmillin. As he prior stated in a Facebook post ...
Trophy Truck crash on finish line at 50th Baja 1000 in #ShitHappen- The third-placed trophy truck of Dan McMillin rolls less than 50 metres from the finish-line in
Jimco Racing Nr. 30 Trophy Truck in 50th Baja 1000 outfit as it will be piloted by Robbie Pierce. 50th Baja 1000 will be held over a 1,134.40-mile race course down Mexico’s Baja California peninsula at 15.-16.November 2017.
Justin Lofton - Lofton Racing testing trophy truck for the upcoming 2017 Baja 1000. Justin Lofton and Derek Balcunas will be teaming up with Matt Loiodice and Jorge Lameda for this years running. Truck is a Jimco Inc build Trophy Truck.
Justin Lofton - Lofton Racing testing trophy truck for the upcoming 2017 Baja 1000. Justin Lofton and Derek Balcunas will be teaming up with Matt Loiodice and Jorge Lameda for this years...
The 2016 edition of the #Baja1000 race started for the 42nd time and finished for the 24th time in Ensenada. The start line and finish line was once again be adjacent to the iconic Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center in the heart of Ensenada with the first and last several spectator-friendly miles running up and back down the Ensenada Arroyo.
The 854.50-mile course covered both sides of the peninsula and included four checkpoints and 122 viritual checkpoints. There were also a total of 14 speed zone restriction areas for a total of approximately 115 race miles.
Casey Currie finished 17th in the class teamed up with Curt LeDuc in 23:30:22hrs
We head down to Baja California to take on the legendary Baja 1000. SHARE & SUBSCRIBE Follow for more content: Website: http://www.caseycurrie.com/ Instagram...
Highlights of TT#58 Tracy Graf and Justin "Bean" Smith during the 2017 SCORE Baja 500.
American super truck racing driver Robby Gordon has pleaded guilty to driving offenses after doing burnouts in a Darwin city street, a day after placing second at the V8 Supercars event in Darwin.
Gordon, 48, was fined nearly $4,000 for what he described as "putting on a show" for Darwinites on the Mitchell Street bar strip on Saturday night.
Judge Richard Coats said Gordon breached the trust of the public. "It's one of the busiest streets in Darwin, I don't believe the professional driving skills are an excuse," he said.
Gordon will have to pay $3,850 in fines and a victims' levy, and his NT license has been suspended for 12 months.
#TrophyTruck #RobbyGordon #Australia
Toby Price just can not deny his 2-wheel background..... :) With the trophy-truck on 2 wheels during the Tatts Finke Desert Race. He posted the 7th fastest time at the prologue. Toby Price/Luke Henry (#487 Geiser 2015 Chev 6000cc) moved up from their prologue position to finish at Finke today in fifth position with a time of 1 hour 56 minutes 16.5 seconds.
Toby Price just can not deny his 2-wheel background..... :) With the trophy-truck on 2 wheels during the Tatts Finke Desert Race. What a a w...
Toby Price is unable to compete in the motorcycle category of the 2017 Finke Desert Race due to injuries sustained to his leg in #TheDakarRally earlier this year.
Price still remains tied with record holder Randall Gregory for most Finke Titles won in the motorcycle category, with 5 wins under his belt.
So he got himself a Geiser Brothers built Trophy Truck to compete on 4 wheels instead. Nice ride Toby!
Image credits Toby Price @tobyprice87
Baja 500 race mile 318, leading
Baja 500 race mile 318. Had a lot of fun. Share this video too. Leave a like
Andy McMillin's Nr. 31 #TSCO #TrophyTruck at 2017 in a new paint-scheme. The livery was designed with assistance of #TroyLeeDesigns.
Andy McMillin was 5th fastest at yesterdays qualifying for the #Baja500.
The race starts Saturday in Ensenada, Baja California for the motorcycles and quads at 05:30hr and approximately 10:00hr for the cars, trucks and UTV's.
The quickest vehicles are expected to complete the 513 mile race-course in 9 hours.
Image credits: Andy McMillin Instagram http://speedmex.com/AndyMcMillin31
Rob MacCachren with convincing drive to earn overall Trophy Truck race victory at 31st annual San Felipe 250 #Baja250. Finishing 2nd overall in the Trophy Truck class trailing 3:55 min behind MacCachren in 4:24:11 (61.75mph) was defending race champion Billy Wilson.
Placing 3rd overall 5:36.53 behind RobMac was 2-time defending champion Carlos "Apdaly" Lopez with a time of 4:25:52 (61.36mph) in the No. 1 RPM Racing Chevy Rally Truck.
In other classes Mark Samuels, Yucca Valley, Calif. takes overall motorcycle title, Brad Wilson wins Class 1, Matlock claims overall UTV win.