Baja California, Mexico, is home to more than SCORE-International and NORRA race series, and it’s a mecca for UTVs and ATVs. We see UTVs, ATVs and dirt bikes on the streets of Ensenada all the time, as they make their way out to Ojos Negros, Valle de Trinidad, Mike’s Sky Ranch, San Felipe, Santo Thomas, Camalu, San Quintin and further south down the Baja Peninsula. UTVs are everywhere, whether pre-running for a desert race or simply having fun in beautiful Baja California.

Ultra-4 even held a race outside of San Felipe, and Record Off-Road out of Ensenada has a five-race series of its own that attracts the greats like Robby Gordon and son. This weekend marks the midway point of the Record Off-Road Series with the Ensenada to San Quintin 250, held August 9-11. There are classes for UTVs, ATVs, dirt bikes, trucks, buggies and Safari racers.

Being Baja, age restrictions aren’t enforced at Record Off-Road like they are in SCORE.

UTV classes include Turbo and 1000 UTVs, and ATV classes include Pro, Sportsman and Safari. Contingency will be held in Ensenada August 9th, and the race starts August 10th at 5:00AM (motos) with cars and UTVs starting at 7:00AM in Ojos Negros. The course runs from Ojos south to KM77 and across to Catarina, along the goat trial to Trinidad and then the cross-over to San Vincente, west and south to Colonet, towards the Pacific and into Camalu, down Hwy 1 to Vincente Guerrero, and then east and southwest to San Quintin then to Meta for the finish at KM300.

The fourth round is the San Vicente 200 on October 4-5, and the Record Off-Road Series finale is the Race Ready 250 on December 13-15.


Record Off-Road Series

Calle 6 de Noviembre 950

Ensenada, BC 22840

(646) 177-12-04

[email protected]

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