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IN A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN SCORE CLASS 10 HAS EVOLVED INTO A POWERHOUSE OF COMPETITION BY LARRY SAAVEDRA PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF BINK DESIGNS, WEDDLE INDUSTRIES, JIMCO RACING, ARMADA-ENGINEERING, AND STEVE SOURAPAS S CORE Class 10 has catapulted some of the biggest names in desert racing into the seats of Class 1 and Trophy Trucks. To a growing number of competitors, it has proven to be more than a stepping stone into the unlimited ranks. These spec-engine buggies are evolving into a major-sized league of their own with incredible overall wins and unpredictable finishes. Take for example what happened at the 52nd Annual SCORE Baja 1000 after three days of relentless rain. Chase Warren, with co-driver's Adam Pfankuch, Ricky Kern, and brother Chris Warren, was racing in the (#1088) Alumni Craft buggy. After a slow start due to rain delays, things finally began to click, but an on-course mechanical issue set them back an hour behind the leader. FE ATURE CL ASS 10 SCORE JOURNAL 93

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