Bryce Menzies Wins SCORE Baja 400

Bryce Menzies Wins SCORE Baja 400

Bryce Menzies has won his third consecutive SCORE Baja 400. The win puts Menzies on the pole position for the Baja 1000 in November. Menzies is expected to team up with Andy McMillin again this year. Menzies has been laser focused on the Baja 1000 each year and so far, a win has eluded this superteam. Menzies qualified sixth at the Baja 400. It didn’t take long for Menzies to move his all-wheel drive Trophy Truck into first place and keep it there.

β€œMy plan was to try to be first on the road by the beach, but when I got there, around race mile 230, I lost my front-wheel drive. I knew it was going to be a long way from there with those guys charging hard from behind me. I just had to play it smart, keep my eyes on the ball and have no flats because that was really going to make it hard for us. We kept those guys behind us and just kind of cruised all the way from there. I had to go back to my two-wheel drive days, but it was unreal. What a day. To win the SCORE Baja 400 three times in a row and get to start the SCORE Baja 1000 in first place, I can’t wait for it,” said Menzies at the finish line.

Damen Jeffries brought home a class 1 win and Jason McNeil was the winner in the Spec truck class. In the moto class it was the 1x of Juan Carlos Salvatierra on the podium. All racers are gearing up for a historic Baja 1000 that will begin in La Paz and finish over a thousand miles north in Ensenada, the first time SCORE has gone from South to North.

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