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2005 Baja 500 Photo Gallery
2005 Baja 500
Kevin Johnson finished 46th overall and 3rd in Class 21 Pro.
Mike Childress and Mike McCoy piloted their Honda XR650R to an impressive overall victory in the 2005 SCORE Baja 500.
Ryan Wheeler's team was 81st overall, 7th in Class 25 - Pro ATV.
This guy is probably just as tired as he looks after just one leg of the 2005 Baja 500.
A little mid-race suspension adjustment will hopefully help find a little extra speed.
American Honda A-team Steve Hegenveld switches off with Johnny Campbell during the 2005 Baja 500.
Team SoCal Fab Shop hops into action during one of their pit stops.
Tracking results during the 2005 Baja 500 is a hi-tech and very precise event.
A well-prepared pit is the sign of a team that hopes to win.
Mike McCoy and Childress swap riders during the 2005 Baja 500.
Baja can be won or lost in the pits so quick rider changes and bike-checks are a must.
The 6a Temecula Motorsports entry did not finish the 2005 Baja 500.
Francisco Ruano's 9a Honda TRX was 41st overall and 3rd in Class 25 - Pro at the 2005 Baja 500.
Javier Robles and the 11a entry were 57th overall and 4th in the Class 25 - Pro ATV class at the 2005 Baja 500.
Nick Nelson and the 12a SoCal Fab Shop entry finished 68th overall and 6th in the Class 25 - Pro ATV class at the 2005 Baja 500.
The 49x KTM team led by Martyn Atkins was 105th overall at the 2005 Baja 500.
Jason Smith's 306x team ended their Baja 500 adventure in 44th overall and 4th in the Class 30 Pro.
Sergoi Vega brought the BMW R1200GS home in 7th place in the Class 30 Pro.
The bike needs a little more compression damping their buddy... just a little.
The runner-up 5a ATV team led by Wes Miller was only a minute behind the Class 25 Pro ATV winner.
The best way to get your rider's attention is to jump high in the air and wave your signage. A cactus to the bum helps get that extra elevation.
The Dirt Rider BMW entry led by Jimmy Lewis finished 77th overall.
One thing about racing the Baja that you shoudl know - there's a lot of waiting around.
The Class 40 - Pro winning bike led by Jim O'Neal in action during the 2005 Baja 500.
The 9x entry led by Robby Bell finished third overall in the 2005 Baja 500.
The 7A team led by Jesus Marquez did not finish the 2005 Baja 500.
The 14A Suzuki team led by Wayne Matlock did not finish the 2005 Baja 500.
10a team rider Josh Frederick gets ready to start the 2005 Baja 500. The 10a machine would end up winning the Class 25 Pro ATV class and finishing 38th overall.
Did we mention that the Tecate girls were operating the starting line this year?
The 2005 Baja 500 pre-race party was off the hook!
The local policia and EMT were on hand... as always.
The 2005 Baja 500 will start for this guy in about... 10-seconds...
Rider 303 tries to stay focused on the starting line of the 2005 Baja 500.
The Teacte girls have a good side as well.
This year the Tecate girls were given the honor of dropping the green flag.
Another good view of the Motorland Racing hot chicks.
The ATV racers line-up at the start for the 2005 Baja 500.
Like we said, the Motorland Racing babes were a point of interest for all the racing fans.
By far this is the best looking team at the 2005 Baja 500.
Registration is always a load of fun and at the 2005 Baja 500 it was no different.
Racing the Baja 500 is Too Much Fun... indeed!
Johnny Campbell watches the start of the Baja 500.
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