Southern Nevadans won the top two titles in Saturday's SCORE Baja 500 that started and finished in Esenada, Mexcio.
Brian Collins of Las Vegas teamed with co-driver Larry Ragland of Cave Creek, Ariz., to win the overall title in the 424-mile race along the Baja California peninsula in their Chevrolet SCORE Trophy-Truck.
B.J. Richardson of Las Vegas drove solo to win the Class 1 title and finished 10th overall to maintain his season points leads in overall and Class 1 standings.
Collins drove the first 155 miles and Ragland finished the race in a combined time of 9 hours, 10 minutes, 58 seconds at an average speed of 46.20 mph.
NASCAR Nextel Cup driver Robby Gordon finished second overall, 3 minutes, 57 seconds behind the Collins-Ragland team.
B.J. Baldwin, also of Las Vegas, rolled his Chevy Silverado five miles from the finish line but got it uprighted and finished third overall.
Nine of the top four-wheel finishers in the race were Trophy-Trucks.
* BULLRING -- Four weeks ago, Dustin Ash was shaken up in a crash during the Super Late Models race at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Bullring and since then his team has rebuilt their only race car.
The hard work paid off Saturday night when the 19-year-old won the featured race in the NASCAR All-American Series at the Bullring.
It was Ash's second Super Late Models victory and first in a year.
"I'm glad to get that off my back," he said of the long spell between victories.
Ash finished 0.345 seconds ahead of Tom Lovelady, who was followed by Scott Gafforini, Jeff Connors and Travis Swalwell.
Other winners were: Charlie Wahl (IMCA Modifieds), Phil Goodwin (Chargers), Ed Hohman (Thunder Roadsters), Nick Parmelee (Legends) and Don Sargent (Bombers). In Bandoleros, Dylan Kwasniewski was first in Bandits and Jacob Bishop in Young Guns.
* DRAG RACING -- Luke Winters won the NHRA Jr. Dragsters title early Saturday, and several hours later his father, Ron Winters, won the Sportsman title in the Jerry's Nugget Championship Drag Racing Series at the LVMS dragstrip.
They defeated the father-son team of Scott and Garrett Parsons of Monroe, Utah, in their respective championships rounds.
Other winners were: Scott Horsley (King of Track), Adam Burnham (Super Pro), Bill Culver (Pro), Leo Shaver (Motorcycle) and Jon Irving (High School). Winners in Jr. Dragsters were: Jacob Evans (Thunder), Chad Webber (Lightning) and Gabrielle Schmidt (Novice).