#Baja1000 qualifying 1Bryce Menzies 17 F-150 00:05:13, 2 Juan Lopez 18 Ford Raptor 00:05:20, 3 Robby Gordon 77 Chevy Silverado 00:05:22, 4 Gustavo Vildosola 21 Ford Raptor 00:05:23, 5 Rob MacCachren 11 Ford F-150 00:05:25, 6 Armin Schwarz 15 BMW XJ-6 00:05:27, 7 BJ Baldwin 1 Chevy Silverado 00:05:27, 8 Tim Herbst 19 Ford F-150 00:05:28 , 9 Ken Losch 34 Chevy Silverado 00:05:35,
10 Dan McMillin 59 Chevy Silverado 00:05:40
12 Heidi Steele 14 Chevy Silverado 00:05:46
13 Justin Davis 85 Ford F-150 00:05:49
14 James Lin 73 Chevy Silverado 00:05:51
15 Kory Scheeler 51 Ford F-150 00:05:51
16 Nick Vanderwey 84 Chevy Silverado 00:5:54
17 Robert Acer 72 Chevy Silverado 00:05:56
18 Mark Post 3 Ford F-150 00:05:59
19 Gary Magness 45 Chevy Silverado 00:05:59
20 Troy Herbst 91 Ford F-150 00:06:08
21 Zak Langley 50 Ford F-150 00:06:08
22 Valerio Gonzalez 4 00:06:2
23 Sergio Salgado 88 Chevy Silverado 00:06:36
DNF according to temp. result sheet (DNF as not finished qualifying run we assume):
Ron Whitton 39 Ford F-150 DNF, Carlos Cortez 49 Ford F-150 DNF,
Cameron Steele 16 Chevy Silverado DNF,
Austin Jones 67 Ford F-150 DNF,
Gary Weyhrich 8 Ford F-150 DNF,
Charles Dorrance 26 Ford Raptor DNF,
Glen Greer 36 Dodge Ram2500 DNF,
Jose Flores 53 Chevy Silverado DNF
SCORE sets six-race SCORE World Desert Championship for 2014 - A six-race series for cars, trucks, M/Cs, ATVs will feature three SCORE Baja races and three SCORE USA races. Merging the two desert racing organizations that he owns, Roger Norman has announced the groundbreaking SCORE World Desert Championship, commencing in 2014 with a six-race series that will include all of the car, truck, motorcycle and ATV classes in Mexico and the United States.
Citing a desire to simplify the two series and make the overall championship series more appealing to national and international television and traditional media, merged into SCORE International will be Norman’s two-year old High Desert Racing Association (HDRA).
Preparing to celebrate its 41st year as the world’s foremost desert racing sanctioning body, SCORE International today officially announced its 2014 schedule, which will consist of the three major desert races held on Mexico’s majestic Baja Peninsula along with three additional races being held in the USA. All classes will race in all races and five of the six best finishes will count towards SCORE World Desert Championship point titles.
Some SCORE Partners: Proturismo Ensenada, Visit Baja California Sur, Baja California Secretary of Tourism, Baja California Sur State Government, Mexicali Ayuntamineto, COTUCO Mexicali/San Felipe, Cruz Roja Mexicana
||“This merger is the best of both worlds for us as we are able to combine SCORE and HDRA into the new SCORE World Desert Championship series of six races for all of our classes with spectacular racing on both sides of the border,” said Roger Norman, CEO and President of SCORE International. “Mexican races are the cornerstone of SCORE and it will be a tremendous benefit to our sport to introduce one super series that will help bring the sport and SCORE to an entire new level.”
Norman continued, “We currently have one race (Sept. 25-28) listed with the location in Southern California to-be-announced shortly as we are finalizing the details for that race weekend. For the racers, their best five finishes will count in the final season point standings.”
Round1: Launching the new SCORE World Desert Championship schedule will be the first of the three original SCORE Baja races—the 28th Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250, Feb. 27-March 2 in San Felipe.
Round 2 will be back in the USA with the 2nd SCORE Imperial Valley 250 in Plaster City, Calif. April 25-27. This event will also conclude the 2013 HDRA season after next week’s race in Moapa, Nevada was cancelled.
Round 3 Returning to Mexico, Round 3 will be the 46th Tecate SCORE Baja 500 in Ensenada on June 5-8.
Round 4 Northern Nevada will host Round 4 of the series with the 3rd SCORE Reno 500 at the Tahoe Reno Motorplex to be held July 24-27.
Round 5 will be the Inaugural SCORE Desert Challenge to be finalized and the location in Southern California to be announced in the next few weeks. It will be a two-day short course-style event, patterned after the popular Laughlin race that SCORE produced for 18 years that ended in 2012.
Round 6 The season will conclude November 12-16 with the 47th Tecate SCORE Baja 1000, the granddaddy of all desert races, which will be a peninsula run, starting in Ensenada, Baja California and finishing in La Paz, Baja California Sur.
Post has been compiled of SCORE Intl. news release. Content credits: SCORE Intl.