MacCachren Motorsports Gains Another Championship Edges Toward Historical 4 Off-Road Championships in One Year LAS VEGAS - Rob MacCachren secured the CORR Pro-4 title mid-September. This is MacCachren's second consecutive championship title as...
MacCachren Motorsports Gains Another Championship
Edges Toward Historical 4 Off-Road Championships in One Year
LAS VEGAS - Rob MacCachren secured the CORR Pro-4 title mid-September. This is MacCachren's second consecutive championship title as well as his second consecutive Governor's Cup claim (3rd total - 1995, 2000, 2001) and his third consecutive Borg Warner Championship title. With these titles alone, MacCachren stands above most off-road racers as staging an almost perfect race season. But there are other wins and championships that place MacCachren in a unique position.
With only one race to go in each of the SCORE, SNORE, and Best in the Desert race series, MacCachren is poised to win two overall championships and four class championships on one year - more than anyone EVER has done in off-road history. MacCachren also carries the distinction of leading all Series competed in (CORR, SCORE, BITD, SNORE) from the first race onward.
SCORE BAJA 1000 UPDATE
Rob MacCachren and Bruce Fraley successfully completed winning the Baja 1000 last weekend in Baja California. Not only did the MacCachren/Fraley duo win the ½-1600 class championship, by placing 15th overall in last weekend's race, MacCachren/Fraley wrapped up the 2001 Overall Points Championship in the SCORE Series.
The SNORE series stages 6 events in 2001. The MacCachren/Fraley ½-1600 team has won each of the first 4 races, placed 5th in Caliente, and enters the final SNORE Ramada 250 this weekend with a 143 point Overall lead over Jeremy Gubler and a 465 class point lead over ½-1600 driver Bryan Freeman.
BEST IN THE DESERT UPDATE
Finally, MacCachren Motorsports team owner Rob MacCachren enlisted the support of Steve Olliges to co-drive the 2001 Ford Ranger Edge 4x4 in the Best in the Desert Series. MacCachren/Olliges lead the 7300 class with a 59 point lead over Steve Williams. The final event in the Best in the Desert Series takes place December 1. Currently MacCachren leads his class in points.