SCORE Class 1

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SCORE[1] Class 1 is an open-wheel unlimited-class that competes in the SCORE off-road race series including the Baja 1000, Baja 500, San Felipe 250 and the SCORE Desert Challenge. Class 1 is defined as an unlimited four-wheel single and two-seat vehicles. No production bodied vehicles allowed in this class. Engines must be normally aspirated. Since it is an open-class, all components are considered open unless restricted by SCORE International.[2]

Vehicle numbers have become permanently assigned to each driver. Numbers 100-109 is reserved for the prior years driver standings for positions 1-9 respectfully. Numbers 100-199 will be available for assignment. Driver's who have used a number in the prior years season will be given first option for the same number in the current season.

Vehicle description[edit]

Class 1 vehicles are most often two-wheel drive, and most feature a 4130 chromoly tube-frame chassis covered by a composite body with an aluminium interior containing either a single or two seats.

The Class 1 features an 125" wheelbase with 37" tires on 17" lightweight wheels attached to Fox Shocks[3] or King Shocks[4] allowing 22" of wheel travel, with a dry weight of 3500 pounds and 60 gallon fuel cell.

Class requirements[edit]


Unlimited. Usually V8, rarely V6. 500BHP and greater.




May not have a production appearing Utility or Sport Utility body.

Notable race teams[edit]


  1. ^ "SCORE OFF-ROAD RACING –". Retrieved 2015-12-28. 
  2. ^ SCORE International Off-Road Racing Rules and Regulations 2011-2015. 
  3. ^ "FOX — Redefining Ride Dynamics". Retrieved 2015-12-28. 
  4. ^ "King Off-Road Racing Shocks: Coil Overs, Bypass, OEM, UTV, Air Shocks, Bump Stops, Springs, Replacment Parts, Tools, Springs «  King Off-Road Racing Shocks :". Retrieved 2015-12-28. 

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