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How people handle diversity truly defines them. Luke McMillin started the Baja 500 from the pole position after winning the San Felipe 250. By race mile 160 he had at least a 20 minute lead on the competition. Unfortunately a power steering failure would put a damper of his hopes of capturing the Baja 500 win. The 30 minute repair ultimately took him out of contention for the win but Luke & Duncan would charge hard regardless, knowing how important a top 10 finish would be for the SCORE Trophy Truck Championship.
Dan McMillin started 23rd and mounted an impressive charge from the back of the pack to work his way into the top 10. He stayed patient and picked his way through the field. Often catching slower trucks in hard to pass areas due to no available alternate racing lines or areas to pull off. The McMillin team is proud of both trucks and are looking forward to returning to Baja in September for the Baja 400.

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Great video of some humble kids. Okay not kids but great guys.
 
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