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ANDY MCMILLIN  NEVER|| GIVE|| UP|| #TT31

4X BAJA 1000 CHAMPION\SCORE-INTERNATIONAL\ BITD CHAMPION

The #Parker425 went well for us yesterday. Started 16th and pre-ran the first lap since I didn’t go on the controlled pre-run a couple weeks back. I also wanted to get a feel for the new-to-me truck in race conditions. We were about 2 minutes behind the leaders after lap 1 on time.

Going out on lap 2 I hit a big rock and flattened my right rear. We didn’t lose any track position and now had a 2-3 minute gap of clean air with Justin Lofton the next vehicle in front of us. We were able to catch back up to the pack ended lap 2 with a 4 minute deficit to the leader Jason Voss #35. Our pit took a little too long as one of my spare tire straps broke and we tried to make repairs so I could have 2 spare tires for the final lap. I finally decided I didn’t need a 2nd spare and off we went about 7 minutes down on time.

The 3rd and final lap would be run at night. The combination of the course deteriorating so badly and the blinding dust that gets worse at night made for a very difficult last lap. We followed Voss for the last 50ish miles as he was limping into the finish line with a damaged truck and we couldn’t get around.

We finished 4th physically and ended up with a 3rd place podium finish (9 minutes back) after corrected times were computed and I am very pleased with that. We had a truck that was very capable of winning the race and I feel we have solid momentum going into The Mint 400.

Thanks to all the TSCO Racing team for the prep on the vehicle and the team of TSCO Racing volunteers for their help. I also want to thank my family and friends for being there and supporting me at the races. Onward! 📷: HighRev Photography #BebosBack #trophytruck #offroad
@toyotires #toyotires
@methodracewheels #methodracewheels
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Ricardo TrujilloGreat job Andy , SF 250 is all yours 👍

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Marie Yiki VillavicencioFelicidades Andy!! Buen trabajo.

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Donald KennistonMy favorite team this season,wishing all the best for you. Great finish at Parker ,new/truck/team. Really good.

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Steve SusralCongratulations on a solid finish

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Utah AustinWell Said, Thanks for Sharing Patience wins

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Ricci Rosado Mc BurneyLove your posts….have always loved McMillin Racing!

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Jeremy BondsAwesome job Andy !!!

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2015 SCORE-INTERNATIONAL BAJA 1000
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Trophy Truck #11 | ROCKSTAR ENERGY
OFF ROAD DESERT RACING

DESERT RACE STATS

SCORE- INTERNATIONAL | BEST IN DESERT SERIES
SCORE BAJA 1000 MILES COMPLETED
SCORE BAJA 500 MILES COMPLETED
BEST IN DESERT MILES COMPLETED
TOTAL RACE MILES COMPLETED

BIOGRAPHY

Andy McMillin is four time Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 champion in trophy truck class. The third generation off road racer is the youngest male to win the prestigious title.Born May 11, 1987 in San Diego, CA, this third generation desert racing prodigy was born for off-road racing. The grandson of the late off-road legend, Corky McMillin, Andy began riding in off-road at a very young age. At just two years old, he started pre-running desert races with his father from a modified car seat. Andy soon began driving dune buggies and before his tenth birthday, he was allowed to pilot his uncle Mark’s famed Class 1 car, “Macadu.” From pre-running and testing to competing, Andy was thoroughly hooked on off-road racing.

“I was fortunate to have a father and grandfather who were patient with me from the beginning. They both spent countless days pre-running and teaching me the do’s and dont’s of desert racing.”- Andy McMillin