2014 SCORE Imperial Valley 250 - Qualifying

BFGoodrich Tires Sweeps SCORE Imperial Valley 250 Trophy Truck Podium

Andy McMillin SCOREBFGoodrich® Tires proved their toughness in the California desert at the inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley 250 as winner after winner rolled across the finish line on BFGoodrich tires.  Andy McMillin, driving BFGoodrich Performance Team member Rob MacCachren’s truck, was the first to finish and claim victory in the Trophy Truck class.  Justin Matney, RPM Offroad owner and Class 1 car driver, finished first in Class 1.

“We had a flawless day, the BFGoodrich Tires worked perfectly in the sand, silt and deep holes,” said Andy McMillin at the finish line after talking to truck owner Rob MacCachren on the phone while he prepared to finish 3rd in Pro4 and 4th in Pro2 at the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series that same evening.  “The combination of a great truck with a similar set-up and familiar terrain certainly helped, but the wind made it weird when the truck would catch it and rotate off a turn or jump,” continued McMillin.

Justin Matney SCORE 3     “We have yet to change a tire this year,” said Justin Matney after his Class 1 win.  “We won the San Felipe 250 without a tire change and have now backed up that win with today’s IV250 win.  All our RPM Racing vehicles run BFGoodrich Tires, for proven reasons.”

The tire of the winners at today’s inaugural SCORE Imperial Valley 250 race was clearly BFGoodrich Tires.   Trophy Truck podium included Andy McMillin in Rob MacCachren’s truck, Clyde Stacy in second and Steve Sourapas in third.  Class 1 podium included RPM Racing Justin Matney and Lyle Bask in third.  Other BFGoodrich Tires class winners include: Class 3, Chris Wilson.  Class 5-1600, Donald Harper.  Class 8, Noah Ostanik.  Class 12 SCORE Lites, Caleb Sanden.  Trophy Truck Special, Christian Sourapas.  Heavy Metal, Dan Unsicker.  Sportsman 1400 Unlimited Open Truck, Jim Bunn.  Sportsman 2000 Limited Truck, Todd Richards.


SCORE 2With wind-speeds consistently sitting at 30mph and gusts up to 40mph, white-out conditions on course and in the spectator areas was expected on the 82-mile loop race.  That didn’t keep the spectators from coming and enjoying the hospitality at this new race.


“This is an exciting year in our long partnership with SCORE,” said Peter Calhoun, motorsports manager, BFGoodrich Tires. “Not only is the series expanding its presence with additional races, but our partnership will continue to bring more eyes on desert racing with the television package secured through the CBS Sports Network that BFGoodrich is proud to sponsor in an effort to further reach off road enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies.”

BFGoodrich Racing is happening every weekend across the country.  Visit www.bfgoodrichracing.com  Join the chatter on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/BFGoodrichTires or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/BFGoodrichTires.


 PHOTO CREDIT: Bower Motorsports Media


About BFGoodrich Tires

Using motorsports as a proving ground for more than 40 years, BFGoodrich Tires is involved in every type of racing, including sports car, drag, desert, dirt, rally and extreme rock crawling. BFGoodrich Tires combines technological expertise with vast motorsports experience, delivering a high-performance tire for every type of vehicle. Visit the BFGoodrich Tires Racing site at http://www.bfgoodrichracing.com on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/BFGoodrichTires or on Twitter at @BFGoodrichTires.

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