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[*] posted on 10-9-2022 at 01:12 PM
Baja 1000 LIVE RACE FEED + Map for 2022


LIVE RACE TRACKING MAP & VIDEO FEED: https://score-international.com/liveTracking.php

LIVE from the race course (Mile 60) Friday AM: https://fb.watch/gTdLPnX3mw/

LIVE Weatherman Race Radio Relay: https://www.pciraceradios.com/pages/2022-score-baja-1000-pci...

Just Baja 1000 course and map discussion, please. If you hate desert racing, then this isn't a forum you will enjoy.


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On topic posts from the first thread I made with this map:

Quote: Originally posted by VWTim  
I talked a buddy into flying down to Phoenix and we're headed down to spectate and camp. Super excited!


Quote: Originally posted by PaulW  
Correction
The loop south:
South to Matomi from Hwy3/Hwy5
(Uses previous dirt track west of Hwy5 then
OPR south of San Felipe to Matomi)
West in Matomi
North to Azufre /Parral east entrance)
West in Azufre/Parral
East in Chanate to Amarillas east entrance
N West in Amarillas then north via no name canyon
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North to Diablo Lake
East to Hwy3/Hwy5
west to San Matias
South to Mikes
Plenty of missing details


Quote: Originally posted by PaulW  
I wonder about Rm 360 to 380.
Not familiar of that image


Quote: Originally posted by mtgoat666  


They should call it the Baja 782, since it is 218 miles short of 1000 for the amateur class :light: (even the pro class is 172 short of 1000)


Quote: Originally posted by David K  
It is never 1000 exact miles. The first ones ('67-'73 & '75) were 800-900 miles. '76 and '77 were ~1000 kilometers, then back to 800+ miles for '78 +


Quote: Originally posted by PaulW  
It is hard to do 1000 miles without doing the same tracks each time. Especially without a peninsula run. Racers will have a bit of cost savings for a short 1000.
They could have added more tracks in the south to extent the miles


Quote: Originally posted by AKgringo  
I am pretty sure one of the peninsula runs not too long ago wound up being close to 1200 miles.


Quote: Originally posted by TMW  
Quote: Originally posted by mtgoat666  
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They should call it the Baja 782, since it is 218 miles short of 1000 for the amateur class :light: (even the pro class is 172 short of 1000)


Goat it is either 1000 miles or 1000 KM or anything in between, don't be so picky.


Quote: Originally posted by TMW  
I think it was the early 90s the race was in the 600+ mile range. Danny Hamel raced most of it solo. I think Jack Johnson did a short section for him but Danny did almost the whole race. Danny was a great racer.


Quote: Originally posted by baja-chris  
The 1000km loop 1000's are typically tougher on equipment/body/mind than the 1000+mile peninsula 1000's. Nobody wishes for more abuse at the end of a loop 1000, even if it's only 700 miles.

Reason, on a peninsula run there are many sections of sustained high speeds that eat up the miles quickly and are a bit easier than the pounding jeep trails around Ensenada.

Opposite is true for the crews.


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THE RACE COURSE

The 828.25-mile race course for the BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 1000, presented by 4 Wheel Parts, runs in a clockwise after the first part to and then back and back from Ojos Negros. It goes up and over the Cordillera de Molina to drop into the desert around Rm 115.

After hitting the Ventana area it will run south to the El Chinero road crossing highway 3 at Km 192 and will keep going south to Matomi wash. Halfway into Matomi Wash it exits and goes north to Azufre Wash, then to Huatamote wash, Chanate Wash and up to Morelia Junction.

From there the course will exit the desert and go to San Matias Pass road and Mike’s Sky Rancho, down to Rancho La Jolla and will run on the San Pedro Martir road to Meling Ranch. After Meling it will run to the Pacific Coast to Ejido Jaramillo and north to San Vicente where it will cross back to Valley de Trinidad then back to Ojos Negros and onto to the finish line in Ensenada.

For safety reasons, all of the Sportsman classes along with Class 11 and Class 7SX will run a reduced course of 782.49 miles.

https://score-international.com/news.php?ID=18856





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[*] posted on 10-9-2022 at 11:05 PM


Why are you starting multiple threads on same topic?



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[*] posted on 10-19-2022 at 01:03 PM


Looks like you just combined all the posts here.

We're still planning on heading down, thinking of camping somewhere near RM150/165, then try to catch again after 420.
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[*] posted on 10-28-2022 at 08:30 AM


Here's the Baja 1000 Course Map embedded in Google Maps, and cleaned up.



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[*] posted on 10-28-2022 at 11:25 AM


The GPS track cleans up questions created but the small image for the map
B1k Easterly Track highlights
From N of Indepencia
Los Pinos (R. Tres Pinos)
Mano Jct
Cohabuzo
Salda
Hwy5
Pinos pass east
Hwy3
Dump road
San Felipe
OPR
Matomi
Ll San Fermin
Azufre
Valley Chico
Huatamote
Chanate
Morelia Jct
L Diablo
Curvitas
Smuggler (first use by SCORE)
Hwy 3
San Matias
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[*] posted on 10-28-2022 at 11:29 AM


The map can be made full page and zoomed in close.



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[*] posted on 11-15-2022 at 06:49 AM


It's close!

Heading to Calexico after work tonight to cross first thing tomorrow. If you see a white Toyota Tundra w/ a roof tent and OR plates, say hey!
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[*] posted on 11-15-2022 at 07:21 AM


Drove from town via Morelia Jct and used the high road past Diablo lake bed to Hwy 3. The south end of the lake does not have standing water, but the north end is very flooded. That high road has many washouts that could ruin any rig if hit directly.
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[*] posted on 11-16-2022 at 08:42 PM


I can't find the official schedule for 2022. The start times. Do the trophy trucks start at 8am Saturday morning? Do the Motos head out at 4am?
Are they going up the creek bed, then up past the parqe ecological?
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Quote: Originally posted by verichip  
I can't find the official schedule for 2022. The start times. Do the trophy trucks start at 8am Saturday morning? Do the Motos head out at 4am?
Are they going up the creek bed, then up past the parqe ecological?


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https://score-international.com/raceinfo/course-notes-2022-b...

https://score-international.com/raceinfo/schedule-of-events-...

Moto & quad classes begin at 3 am Friday and Full size racers begin at 10 am Friday.




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[*] posted on 11-18-2022 at 05:09 AM


Race day!:bounce::bounce::bounce:



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Live Race Feed & Live Tracking Map: https://score-international.com/liveTracking.php



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[*] posted on 11-18-2022 at 07:20 AM


What's up with 344x? It's a moto, but can't be at mile 700 yet? Did he make a wrong turn and now headed opposite direction?

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[*] posted on 11-18-2022 at 07:28 AM


While the tag says Race Mile 60, the pine tree location is Race Mile 90.

Lead bikes near RM 150, the thrid live camera location, at 6:30am.

John, the transponder for 344x is wanky for sure... ignore it!

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[*] posted on 11-18-2022 at 08:43 AM


While the Score website may have crashed, the live tracking and video feed is still working for me. The three lead bikes are 10x, 3x, and 7x. They are between RM 205 and 215... 20 miles north from San Felipe.



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[*] posted on 11-18-2022 at 01:30 PM


dang yea the website must have crashed . I met a couple of the 10x guys pre running and they said all they have to do is finish and they get the 1x plates. the guys are pretty young but have been killing it this year.
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[*] posted on 11-18-2022 at 02:02 PM


"SCORE Baja 1000 2022 live tracking app by trackleaders.com" http://trackleaders.com/baja1k22f.php

What time are the leaders expected to finish?
One truck was claiming 2:30am. The announcers seemed sceptiy.
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[*] posted on 11-18-2022 at 03:45 PM


7x & 3x are the lead bikes... 10x fell way way back.
Lead bikes are over halfway home, nearing 550 mile marker. at 2:40pm.

The 4 leading Trophy Trucks are between San Felipe and the Sulfur Mine, with Luke McMillin in the lead (#83), followed by Bryce Menzies & Andy McMillin (#7), Dan McMillin (#23) in third, and our buddy, Cameron Steele (#16) doing 120 mph on the old Puertecitos road!

Edit, Cameron just moved into 3rd place by Race Mile 250.

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Quote: Originally posted by verichip  
"SCORE Baja 1000 2022 live tracking app by trackleaders.com" http://trackleaders.com/baja1k22f.php

What time are the leaders expected to finish?
One truck was claiming 2:30am. The announcers seemed sceptiy.


Thanks for that direct link, verichip!

Figure the fastest racers average between 50 and 60 mph and divide that into the total miles (830), so approx 14-16 hours for the leaders. Bikes began, at 3 am... so if the first bike was the fastest, about 5 pm+
The first Trophy Truck began at 10 am... so if he was the fastest, about midnight to 2 am tonight... ?? Just an estimate for the fastest... if one of the first to start... Adjust from starting time since they leave one at a time each minute (or was it each 30 seconds?).




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[*] posted on 11-18-2022 at 09:33 PM


At a glance, I see 7x as the lead bike at RM 775 and Dan McMillin #23 as lead Trophy Truck near RM 555.

Cameron pushed his truck too hard, perhaps... Out before RM400.

The course is way tougher than in the past with the longer times, especially for the bikes??

Again, I just came in to take a glance and may not be seeing the full picture!




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