Score Journal - January 2015

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R ob McCachren has made a career of going fast in the dirt, building solid race trucks, learning to read the lay of the land, and winning. For the 47th SCORE Baja 1000, the race would cover 1,275 miles of automotive hell on earth. Baja would prove to be one of the longest machine slaughtering courses ever. It would be just as brutal, full of trepidation, and no less exciting as any of the SCORE Baja 1000 races MacCachren drove in more than two decades. Late Summer 2014, with all the logistics of managing his racing business, MacCachren was thinking strategy. Andy McMillin, who co-drove MacCachren's Unlimited Trophy Truck during the 2013 SCORE Baja 1000 for a second place finish, was already on board for 2014. Yet, reports of the damage wrought from Hurricane Odile churning up the highways and 037 SCORE JOURNAL

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