SCORE Terrible’s Primm 300

COPS Racing entered four cars in the 300 mile SCORE race: two Class 1s, the Class 4 (aka Class 10), and the Class 12. The Class 4 and 12 would start the race at 7 a.m, while the Class 1s would start in the afternoon with the other faster classes. The course consisted of three, 100-mile loops in the desert. The COPS main pit was at the start/finish, plus four, smaller, out-lying pits.

Joe Taylor, COPS Crew Chief, sees the Class 12 car off the starting line.
Joe Taylor, COPS Crew Chief, sees the Class 12 car off the starting line.
The COPS Class 4 staging at the start of the race. The car was driven by team owner, John Langley, with co-driver Bill Young.
The COPS Class 4 staging at the start of the race. The car was driven by team owner, John Langley, with co-driver Bill Young.
The COPS heli-video crew.
The COPS heli-video crew.

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The Class 1 cars are given last-minute prep at the main pits.
The Class 1 cars are given last-minute prep at the main pits.
Dan Martin pilots the new Racer Engineering Class 1 car. Brian Martin is his co-driver.
Dan Martin pilots the new Racer Engineering Class 1 car. Brian Martin is his co-driver.
John Langley brought the COPS Class 4 car to a flawless class win.
John Langley brought the COPS Class 4 car to a flawless class win.
On-course pit area speed zones.
On-course pit area speed zones.
Bean Smith rolls past in the Penhill-built Class 1.
Bean Smith rolls past in the Penhill-built Class 1.

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Smith is interviewed at the finish by the media after a well-run race.
Smith is interviewed at the finish by the media after a well-run race.

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