In the stellar Trophy Truck is the first car to cross the finish line in La Paz
This Saturday, November 20, the 54th edition of the Score Baja 1000 international off road race came to an end, which left historic figures, recording the arrival at the finish line of 209 of the 302 teams from 18 countries that registered in the different categories of motorcycles and vehicles, representing 70% of the total.
Of the 209 teams, 60 were from Southern California, confirmed the Secretary of Tourism, Economy and Sustainability (SETUES) of the state government, Maribel Collins Sanchez.
During the awards ceremony, trophies were presented to the duo of Rob Mac Cachren and Luck McMillin, champions of the Trophy Truck category with the fastest time of 20.45.58 hours while “Tavo” Vildósola took second place with 21.18.46 hours and Cameron Steele with 21.25.59 hours.
In the motorcycle category, Mark Samuels recorded the fastest time with 23.07.18 hours followed by Derek Ausserbauer time with 23.07.18 hours followed by Derek Ausserbauer 25.08. 24 hours and Jason Alosi with 25.08.24 hours.
With information from NBCS news