Friday, May 1, 2009

LOORRS AZ Friday Photo Update 2

LOORRS AZ Friday Photo Update

From practice sesson 1 this morning.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Sal Fish and the LA Dodgers

Saturday, May 2 vs. San Diego Padres - 7:10 p.m.

American Idol judge Randy Jackson will throw out a ceremonial first pitch.

Sal Fish, the CEO/President of SCORE International, a championship desert racing organization based in Los Angeles, will throw out a ceremonial first pitch as well. SCORE presents the world's foremost desert racing series, which includes the Baja 1000. Fish will be celebrating his 70th birthday on Saturday.

Lucas Short Course Photo Update

Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Thunders Into Arizona

Lucas Oil Off Road Racing
Thunders Into Arizona!
Corona, Ca. (April 30, 2009) - The Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) rolls into the Valley of the Sun as short course off road racing comes to Speedworld for rounds 3 and 4 in Surprise, Arizona on May 2nd and 3rd. Arizona will be playing host to the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series for the first time with the long awaited arrival of high impact, high energy short course off road racing. The popular off road racing series is sure to make an immediate impact with the raucous roar of 850HP Unlimited Trucks combined with the wail of Light Trucks and high strung buggies. The anticipated Speedworld event is sure to draw a significant crowd from an off road savvy fan base that has been clamoring for an area event since the emergence of short course off road racing in the West.

Lucas Oil Off Road Racing's Tony Vanillo had his sights set on a Phoenix area race as the series was developing. "This is incredible to be bringing big time short course off road racing here to Surprise," said Vanillo. "There are so many of our drivers, teams and fans that support the sport who are from this area. With the hard work of Speedworlds' Dan Matthews, we have been able to put this event together and make it happen. This is going to be a first class event."

Unlimited 4 (4wheel drive 850HP Truck) driver Jerry Daugherty, coming off a giant win in round 2 in Primm is now focused on backing up his performance with a strong showing. Alan Pflueger, with two rounds of U-4 competition under his belt is now expected to run with Daugherty and U-4 stars Carl Renezeder, Travis Coyne and Ken Brascho.

Currently, experience is prevailing in Unlimited 2 (2wheel drive 850HP) as Carl Renezeder is the class of the field while veteran Jerry Whelchel and Motocross Champion Jeff Ward sit in second and third. Challenging them will be the young guns of U-2, Bryce Menzies, Rodrigo Ampudia and series newcomer "Ballistic" BJ Baldwin, who will be fighting for a podium spot in what is sure to be a good old fashioned Arizona shoot-out.

The Unlimited Lite (Light Truck 300HP) story of Primm was short course champion Rob Naughton. While not quite driving with one hand tied behind his back, Naughton came close while taking rounds 1 and 2 with a broken driving foot. Now the question remains if Brian Deegan, Chris Brandt and the rest of the U-Lite field are ready to challenge Naughton for the title. The Bully Dog SuperLite class will also be featured as the new spec truck class continues to build a quality field.

The full weekend of racing will include a significant Limited and Unlimited Buggy field featuring Unlimited buggy driver Chuck Cheek who swept rounds 1 and 2 in Primm. Surprise will also be the location for the return of UTVs to short course racing as the chase for the Dragonfire Racing World Cup begins while the always competitive Karts will continue to provide excitement.

Won't be able to make it to Surprise this weekend? Be sure to watch all the excitement from rounds 1 and 2 in Primm, Nevada this Saturday as the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series makes it's televised debut on SPEED at 1 and 2 PM Eastern time/10 &11 Pacific.

If you're in the Phoenix area, please be sure to join us at Buffalo Wild Wings in Surprise for the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series fan appreciation party and meet and greet. 13882 W Bell Rd Surprise, AZ 85374 (corner of Litchfield Road) Friday May 01, 2009 7-10PM. Drivers will be signing autographs & spending time with race fans.

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The Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) is the evolution of the long standing support of short course racing by Forrest Lucas and Lucas Oil. Steeped in the Midwest tradition of short course off road racing infused with a West Coast influence, LOORRS brings intense four wheel door to door action to challenging, fan friendly tracks. Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series: This is Short Course.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

McMillin Racing's New Era Unveiled in the Desert

April 29, 2009

It was bound to happen, as history is known to repeat itself. A new generation begins to shape a new era of McMillin Racing. Over twenty years ago, Mark and Scott McMillin, created the current era from the original McMillin Racing patriarch, Corky McMillin. Since the late 1970's, the two McMillin brothers have demonstrated their innumerable amounts of strength and stamina in their quest to conquer the elements of the world's toughest deserts while winning races and championships.

This past Saturday, April 25, the torch was passed from Mark McMillin to his son Daniel, as the 21-year old San Diego resident strapped into his father's JIMCO Class 1 racecar for the 186-mile MDR"The King of the Desert" race.

Of course, desert racing is nothing new for either of Mark's sons, Daniel 21 or Luke 16, as they have lived desert racing since birth. However, until this point in their love affair with the North American deserts, neither has raced in the unlimited high-speed open wheel car classes. Daniel has proven his desert prowess with success in the 1/2 1600 cars over the years, while his younger brother Luke continues to advance in experience each and every race.

The MDR"King of the Desert" results speak for themselves, as Daniel McMillin piloted the Unlimited JIMCO Class 1 racecar to second overall. Starting from the fifth position, Daniel, quickly moved through the field in the first 31 miles. Both he and his co-driver, Cameron Parrish, preran the racecourse for two days prior, working together in unison while adapting to the new world of Class 1.

"Daniel was first on the road and the first car through Main Pits as he started the second lap. He's had some time behind the wheel of my car during testing and prerunning, but this was the first opportunity behind the wheel of the fast JIMCO during a race," said a grinning Mark McMillin.

The 21-year-old McMillin racer produced stellar results early during the first 100-miles, only being passed by the eventual overall winner, Shawn McCallum, en route to a solid second-place finish.

"We had a great race. The car was perfect and we didn't have a single flat tire all day long. You have to love those BFGoodrich Tires, they are simply magic. We had a car capable of winning today and we led early, but McCallum got around us and he knows this desert as good as anyone out here. We charged hard during the last couple laps and the lap times look good, but we weren't making up enough time on Shawn. We'll get better as time goes on, as we get a little better acquainted with this JIMCO Class 1. The race team performed phenomenal in the pits and I'm going away from this first Class 1 race with a notebook full of notes," commented the beaming Daniel McMillin.

"Execution and consistency is the key towards winning and cultivating championships. The team had a great performance today and ran well and they're plenty fast enough to win races, but this is going to take some time and experience for this new Class 1 McMillin Racing team. The dimension that we have on this team is that Luke isn't that many years off before he moves into a faster car," said Mark as he walked off across the desert grinning.

16-year old, Luke McMillin, kicked off the windy Saturday morning prepared to wreak havoc in his McMillin Homes 1600 car as he's done seven other times. With Chris Cortez navigating from the right seat, the youngest racing McMillin began his eighth race among a field of ten starters battling the barren desert. This particular patch of desolate desert scape is located near the Imperial Valley, which has long been considered the Mecca of off road activities. Luke and his brother Daniel are no strangers to this desert as they have been trekking here since they could walk.

By days end, Luke battled against man and machine for an impressive second place finish, his best day yet in his young racing career. "It was nearly a perfect day of racing. We didn't have any problems all day and we just missed out on the win. The car was great today and the Major Racing Engine pulled hard all day long. Same as my brother, I didn't have a flat tire all day long," said the youngest McMillin.

Off road racing is more than simply a passion of life. It's an adventure that has been embedded in the McMillin family tradition for over three decades. Daniel McMillin's first Class 1 race may begin to shape the new era of McMillin Racing, but the consistent and legendary heritage from the past generations shines brilliantly when the going gets tough. McMillin's just never give up.

Mark, and his son, Daniel, return to the desert on June 13th for the MDR "Coyote Wash 200" where the father/son duo will share driving duties in the McMillin Racing Class 1 JIMCO for the summer night race, while Luke McMillin campaigns his 1600 car.

America's legendary off road racing family will race in the BITD Vegas to Reno 3-day rally style event on August 19-23, 2009. This race will cover over 1000-miles throughout the Nevada desert as an international contingent of desert racers descend upon the United States for this challenging experience.

Mark McMillin will debut his 2009 Geiser-built Trophy Truck in the 2009 BITD Vegas to Reno race. Scott McMillin and his son, Andy, will race their #31 McMillin Homes race truck in the BITD Vegas to Reno as well.

Daniel and Luke McMillin will share the 1000-plus miles of desert racing experience together in the McMillin Homes 1600 car.

About McMillin Racing
With over three decades of racing experience, the McMillin family represents three generations of accomplished championship racers. Founded by the late off-road racing legend Corky McMillin, McMillin Racing continues to be respected as a one of the most successful desert racing teams of all time. They are supported by a long list of dedicated family, friends and employees of McMillin Companies, all who make up an incredibly talented group of steadfast supporters. Since 1976, they have raced at the highest level of competition in the deserts of North America. Together as a family, they have multiple series championships, along with significant race victories in both the United States and Baja California.

McMillin Racing symbolizes the ultimate passion in off road racing.

2009 Ford Mammoth Motocross Returns to Mammoth

Mammoth Mountain, CA – Motocross riders from around the world will return to Mammoth Lakes, CA from June 18-28, 2009 for the 2009 Ford Mammoth Motocross.

Registration for the event begins on May 1, 2009 and the event is expected to sell out quickly with Veteran/Senior/Master classes opening at 8 a.m., all mini classes opening at 12 p.m. and all other classes opening at 2 p.m. Please visit for registration details, pricing, complete schedule and other information.

The event draws huge crowds of racers and spectators who come to Mammoth to enjoy the rush of watching some of the best motocross competitors in the world compete on the famous Mammoth Motocross Track, located at 8,000 feet in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Originally established in 1968, the Ford Mammoth Motocross is the longest continuously running motocross event in the world.

The Ford Mammoth Motocross is recognized as one of the top five amateur national events in the motorcycle industry. Many riders have honed their skills on the challenging Mammoth Motocross Track over the years including Ricky Carmichael, Jeremy McGrath, James Stewart, Rick Johnson, David Bailey, Travis Pastrana and others.

For media requests, please contact Daniel Hansen at or 760.934.0645.

Mammoth Mountain Ski Area is the leading four-season mountain resort in California. With 1.5 million annual skier visits, Mammoth Mountain is currently the third most frequented ski resort in the United States. The company owns and operates a variety of resort businesses including recreation, hospitality, real estate development, food and beverage and retail. Specific businesses owned and operated by Mammoth Mountain include Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, June Mountain, Tamarack Lodge and Resort, Mammoth Snowmobile Adventures, Mammoth Mountain Bike Park and the Mammoth Mountain Inn. Mammoth Mountain also operates Juniper Springs Resort, the Village Lodge and Sierra Star Golf Course in Mammoth Lakes, California. For more information on Mammoth Mountain, visit or call 800.MAMMOTH.


Monday, April 27, 2009

Fwd: NEWS: Thompson Wins Jetta TDI Cup Round 2 at VIR

Series to return to action May 15-17 at Miller Motorsports Park

ALTON, VA (April 26, 2009) – Heading into the 2009 SCCA Pro Racing Volkswagen Jetta TDI Cup season, eight drivers had previous experience in the series. However, for the second time this weekend, a series rookie took the checkered flag with Vancouver, Canada’s Jake Thompson coming out on top today in the #19 ViON car at VIRginia International Raceway.

Thompson, the 2004 Canadian National Karting Champion, took the lead on lap three from pole sitter Timmy Megenbier who retired on the last lap with mechanical issues. For the last half of the race, Thompson battled bumper to bumper with Mark Pombo, but never relinquished the lead. Pombo placed second and Taylor Broekemeier finished third. For Thompson, the win was redemption for Saturday’s race, which he led at one point.

“Yesterday, when I found myself in the lead, I was nervous and made a mistake, so that experience definitely helped me learn to handle myself a little better under pressure. Pombo was all over me for the last half of the race, but I was able to keep my composure and hold him off,” said Thompson. “I’ve competed in karting for many years, but this is my first experience in cars, so to get a win in only my second race of the season is fantastic. I’m really glad that I landed in the Jetta TDI Cup because the emphasis that the series puts on driver development will hopefully help me to continue to grow in my racing career.”

Guest drivers, journalist, Dan Carney and Halifax, Virginia’s Jeb Burton finished 21st and 23rd respectively. Burton was involved in an on-track incident with the #22 car, which sent him off-course and to the rear of the field. Despite being frustrated with his result, Burton was positive about his experience.

“Being able to participate in the Volkswagen Jetta TDI Cup series this weekend was a lot of fun for me. I’ve not done a lot of road-course racing in the past, so it was great to be able to get a little bit of experience,” Burton said. “Obviously, I’m frustrated, but I think that with a little more seat time in these cars and on road courses, I could be competitive. Hopefully, I’ll be able to give it another shot down the road.”

After two rounds of the Jetta TDI Cup, the championship standings have the winner of yesterday’s race at VIR, Joey Atterbury and Jake Thompson tied for the lead with 43 points. AJ Nealey (41), Pombo (40) and Taylor Broekemeier (37) round out the top five.

“The inaugural race weekend of the Jetta TDI Cup absolutely proved our concept that Volkswagen clean diesel technology, young drivers and a top-level crew produces some of the best racing available anywhere in North America,” said Clark Campbell, motorsport manager, Volkswagen of America, Inc. “If the talent level displayed this weekend at VIR is any indication as to how the rest of the season is going to go, it’s going to be a very exciting sophomore season.”

The Volkswagen Jetta TDI Cup series returns to action May 15-17 at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah.

Volkswagen Jetta TDI Cup – Round 2

VIRginia International Raceway – April 26, 2009

Fin. Position/St. Position/Car Number/Driver/Hometown/Sponsor/

1 2 19 Jake Thompson(R)/Vancouver/BC/CN/VION

2 4 20 Mark Pombo/Duluth/GA/VW Parts & Accessories

3 3 3 Taylor Broekemeier/Fort Collins/CO/Pirelli

4 5 2 AJ Nealey(R)/Pasadena/MD/Oakley

5 9 8 Derek Jones/Philadelphia/PA/Aggreko

6 6 27 Andy Lee/Maricopa/AZ/Castrol

7 8 29 Devin Cates(R)/Broad Run/VA/HYPERFUELS

8 7 14 Joey Atterbury(R)/Renton/WA/Red Bull

9 13 26 Andrew Cordeiro/Woodbridge/Ont/CN/Lamin-X

10 10 5 Ryan Ellis(R)/Ashburn/VA/VION

11 11 4 Nicky Boulle(R)/Dallas/TX/Pirelli

12 19 7 JD Mobley(R)/Castle Rock/CO/Bosch

13 18 28 Rhett Tucker(R)/Cumming/GA/DC United

14 16 11 Kyle Wharff(R)/Miramar/FL/VW Parts & Accessories

15 14 6 David Richert/Niverville MB/CN/Bosch

16 17 30 Perry Richardson(R)/Los Gatos/CA/DefNder

17 25 34 Juan Pablo Delgado(R)/Orizaba VZ/VC/SCCA

18 15 16 Eric Morse(R)/Pittsburgh/PA VW Preloved

19 21 24 Donny Warren(R)/Winchester/VA/Aggreko

20 23 15 Theresa Condict(R)/Lexington/MA/HYPERFUELS

24 31 Dan Carney(G)/Herndon/VA/Virginia Tech

21 20 18 Kerstin Smutny(R)/Bothell/WA/

22 27 32 Andrew Gun Tucker(R)/McDonough/GA/Oakley

22 9 Jeb Burton(G)/Halifax/VA/St. Water Heater/WBurton Wildlife Fndn.

23 1 17 Timmy Megenbier/Melrose Park/IL/

24 12 23 Juan Pablo SierraLendle/Puebla/MX/Castrol

25 26 22 Andrew Novich(R)/Novato/CA/Meguiars

(G) Guest driver – not eligible for points

(R) Jetta TDI Cup Rookie Driver

About Volkswagen Jetta TDI Cup

The 2009 season marks the second year of competition for the Volkswagen Jetta TDI Cup, which is sanctioned by SCCA Pro Racing. During the season, young, up and coming drivers (between ages 16-26) will compete in 10 events on eight road courses around North America in identical factory-prepared clean diesel Jetta TDI’s powered by Syndiesel® B5 blended biodiesel fuel. Each driver competing in the series will earn a Pro Racing license from SCCA at the conclusion of the season. In addition, the series champion will win $100,000.

The Jetta TDI Cup car is powered by a 2.0-liter, 170 hp, four-cylinder TDI clean diesel engine mated to a six-speed, double-clutch, automatic DSG transmission. The car is only slightly modified from stock with Pirelli racing tires, race suspension and brake components, drivers racing safety seat, FIA roll cage and an on-board fire extinguisher system. Series sponsors include: Pirelli, Bosch, ViON, Castrol, Oakley, Red Bull, HYPERFUELS, Aggreko, defNder, Lamin-X, Meguiar’s, Safety-Kleen, Ringer Gloves, Jim Russell Racing School and Trellis Earth.

Follow the Volkswagen Jetta TDI Cup series action on:

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Volkswagen of America, Inc.

Founded in 1955, Volkswagen of America, Inc. is headquartered in Herndon, Virginia. It is a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, headquartered in Wolfsburg, Germany. Volkswagen is one of the world’s largest producers of passenger cars and Europe’s largest automaker. Volkswagen sells the Rabbit, New Beetle, New Beetle convertible, GTI, Jetta, Jetta SportWagen, Eos, GLI, Passat, Passat wagon, CC, Tiguan, Touareg 2 and Routan through approximately 600 independent U.S. dealers. All 2009 Volkswagens come standard-equipped with Electronic Stabilization Program. This is important because the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has called ESC the most effective new vehicle safety technology since the safety belt. Visit Volkswagen of America online at or to learn more.

SCCA Pro Racing

A wholly owned subsidiary of Sports Car Club of America, Inc., SCCA Pro Racing Ltd. is a leading sanctioning body for motorsports events in the United States. A member of the Automobile Competition Committee of the United States (ACCUS), SCCA Pro Racing operates and sanctions the Volkswagen Jetta TDI Cup, as well as provides sanctioning and various operational services for other racing series. For more information, please visit

Button wins his third F1 race of season

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Jenson Button won the 2009 Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday afternoon in Sakhir.

The current points leader, driving for Brawn-Mercedes, won by 7.187 seconds over Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel. Jarno Trulli of Toyota was third.

Button, who has now won three of the first four races, led this one almost exclusively from lap 12.

"I came out of the last corner in third on the first lap and from then on it was a tough race, but very enjoyable," Button said.

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Branson makes offer to Brawn GP

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Sir Richard Branson has made Brawn GP an offer to become their main sponsor.

Branson's Virgin Group joined forces with the Formula 1 team just before the Australian Grand Prix and early success has seen Brawn's popularity rise.

"At the moment we are negotiating and we may or may not end up doing a full branding exercise," said Branson.

SCORE Baja 500 Draw Results

2009 Tecate SCORE Baja 500 Drawing Results

* Denotes Points Champion

11 Greg Nunley
3 Mark Post
1 B.J. Baldwin
12 Brian Collins
19 Tim Herbst
77 Robby Gordon
24 Adam Householder
35 Robbie Pierce
13 Ed "Clyde" Stout
4 Gustavo Vildosola, Jr.
2 Pete Sohren
84 Nick Vanderwey
8 Roger Norman
39 Ron Whitton
22 Damen Jefferies
38 Garron Cadiente
16 Cameron Steele
71 Rick D. Johnson
96 Bobby Baldwin
28 Alan Pflueger
47 James Bult
53 Jason Voss
51 Kory Scheeler
74 Rob Bruce

101 Randy Wilson
102 Armin Schwarz
103 Ronny Wilson
104 Julio Herrera
105 Richard Boyle
106 Troy Herbst
107 Josh Rigsby
108 Dale Lenk
109 Jerry Penhall
110 Armin Kremer
111 Todd Romano
112 Rob Bruce
113 Josh Daniel
114 Harley Letner
115 Brian Parkhouse
116 Mike Voyles

CLASS 1/2-1600:
1601 Samuel Araiza
1602 David Caspino
1603 Hector Sarabia
1604 Mario Gastelum
1605 Arnoldo Ramirez M.
1606 Cisco Bio
1607 Brian Wilson
1608 Roman Pereyra P.
1609 Arturo Velazco
1610 Brad Wilson
1611 Luis Martinez
1612 Justin Smith
1613 Hector A. Garcia
1649 Marco A. Gallo-1st RS

348 Darren Skilton-2nd RS
349 Gerardo Barragan-1st RS

501 Shaun Dunbar
*500 Kevin Carr

CLASS 5-1600
551 Alonso Angulo
577 Sergio Moreno S.-3rd RS
*550 Marcos Nunez-2nd RS
579 Gustavo Avina-1st RS

601 Benjamin Wright
602 Heidi Steele
603 Marc Burnett
604 Robert Pickering

701 Einer Gomez
*700 Dan Chamlee
703 Bill Kunz
704 Jose Canchola, Jr.
705 Heidi Steele

741 Brandt Anderson
758 John Holmes-2nd RS
759 Eduardo Gonzalez-1st RS

801 Rodrigo Ampudia, Jr.
802 Ted Hunnicutt, Jr.
803 Clyde Stacy
804 Beny Canela

901 Luke Babb
*900 Daniel Reyes, Jr.-1st RS

1001 Scott Gailey
1002 Sergio Salgado V.
1003 Javier Robles
1004 Jesus Gonzalez A.
*1000 Mikey Lawrence
1006 Corey Keysar
1007 Will Higman

1101 Eric Solorzano

1201 John Langley
1202 Lee Banning
1203 Ty Godde
*1200 Rick St. John
1205 Brent Parkhouse
1206 Aaron Payne
1207 Michelle Bruckmann

250 Gary Magness
240 Rob Kittleson-1st RS

779 Gavin Skilton-1st RS

878 Justin Matney-2nd RS
879 Joe Bacal-1st RS

*1400 Peter Lang

1501 Miguel A. Jimenez
1502 Ken Fraizer

1801 Martin Aguirre
1802 Peter Hajas
1803 Reid Nordin
1804 Thomas Graves

151X Marco A. Bernaldez I.
152X Hector Castillo V.
153X Manuel Reyes
*150X Anna Cody

101X Baron Pickett
102X Jorge Perez C.
103X Bill Boyer
104X Dan Troy
105X Elias H. Novelo
106X Shane Esposito
107X Ronnie Wilson
108X Chad Thornton
109X Jeremy Purvines
110X Evan Heath

2X Ryan Penhall
3X Chuck Neugebauer
4X Kendall Norman
5X Connor Penhall
6X Steve Hengeveld
7X Terence Montelongo
8X Cameron Corfman
9X Guy Larocque
10X Chris Parker
11X Adam Thissen
12X Adrian Butler
13X Gabriel Williams
14X Tony Navarro
15X Colton Udall

301X Sean Bradley
302X Sol Saltzman
303X Mike Johnson
*300X Jim O'Neal
305X Kurt Funk
306X Jean-Paul Cyr
307X Javier A. Hernandez B.
308X Miguel Caetano
309X Andy Padulo
310X Marc Haldeman

401X Hisahide Ueno
402X Glen McGuire
*400X Scott Myers
404X Brian Campbell
405X Mike Prunty
448X Rodolfo Sanchez-2nd RS
449X Julio Abril A.-1st RS

501X Charlie Marshall
502X Eizaburo Karasawa
*500X Jim O'Neal-1st RS

609X Richard Jackson-1st RS

101A Benjamin Lopez, Jr.
102A Victor Lopez Q.
*100A Craig Christy
104A Abraham Romero L.
105A Shawn Robins
106A Jose Juarez C.
107A Brian Harris

2A Santos Perez
3A Adolfo Arellano
*1A Wayne Matlock
5A Nick Nelson
6A Felipe Velez T.

201A Reid Rutherford
219A Rob Ransford-1st RS

201X Miguel Montenegro
202X Tomohiro Murakami
203X Gregg Betz
204X Matt Ladendorf
205X Francisco Teran
206X Akihiro Saito
207X Brody Kunz
208X Walter Lemonovich
209X Fred Sobke
210X Ryan Carville
211X Kenji Oikawa
247X J. Patrick Williams-3rd RS
248X Louie Montano-2nd RS
249X Greg Willitts-1st RS

251X Eric Anderson
252X Peter Penttinen
253X Mike Murray
254X Mark Adams
255X Jeff Leonard
256X Albert Valenzula
257X Don Wadsworth
258X Cliff Morgan
259X Erik Litzenberg
260X Stephen Legate
261X Ron Tolman
262X Dennis Anderson
263X Craig Anstine
264X Thierry Mas
265X Warner Blom
266X Oscar Fazz
267X Vince Leonis

*50A Joselito Muro
51A Angel Hoyos
52A Luciano Parada
53A Raul Arciniega
54A Adrian Valdez
55A Javier Guerrero
56A Alberto Maya
57A Juan Gonzalez G.
58A Ray Arriaga