The SCORE Baja 400 is two weeks away and pre-running opens Saturday. One hundred ninety vehicles are already registered to race. SCORE will hold a qualifying session for Trophy Truck, Class 1 and Trophy Truck Spec classes on Wednesday September 15th.
Racers can prerun mile 33.5 all the way to 366.50. The first 33 miles of the race will be available to pre-run the day before the race starts. The course features 400 miles of rugged Baja terrain starting in Ensenada. It winds through Ojos Negros, heading south through silty terrain, canyons and washes. There are several terrain and elevation changes throughout the course before turning back to the north next to the Pacific Ocean.
“This course has fast, rough and technical sections. It goes through several of new trails and it is a great example of what a challenging SCORE Baja race course looks like with several surprises for the racers. There is some very tough technical terrain, fast and winding terrain,” said SCORE President/Race Director Jose A Grijalva.
The green flag for the SCORE Baja 400 drops Saturday September 18th.