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Rob MacCachren was born on 24 March, 1965 in Las Vegas, NV. Discover Rob MacCachren’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?
|Age||55 years old|
|Born||24 March 1965|
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- Rob MacCachren was born on 24 March, 1965 in Las Vegas, NV.
- We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged.
- According to our Database, He has no children.He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19.
- Rob MacCachren’s income source is mostly from being a successful .
- He is from United States.
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Timeline of Rob MacCachren
The 2018 season resulted in a second consecutive SCORE San Felipe 250 Overall win followed by an overall win at the 50th BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 500 in June.
2017 saw him win another SCORE San Felipe 250 and his first Best in the Desert (BITD) Mint 400 in his hometown of Las Vegas, NV.
MacCachren competed in LOORRS in 2014, finishing runner-up in both Pro 4 and Pro 2 classes. In November, he co-drove the overall truck/car winner at the Baja 1000 along with Andy McMillan and Jason Voss. Their Trophy Truck field had 31 entries and they won over 237 overall entries by 29 minutes. It was MacCachren’s second overall win and seventh class win in the race.
In 2013 MacCachren signed a deal to compete in Robby Gordon’s new truck racing series modeled after Mickey Thompson’s Stadium series, the Stadium Super Trucks. He won the inaugural event in March at University of Phoenix Stadium and won another round in May. MacCachren ended the season with four wins but finished second in the championship to Gordon. He skipped the three Stadium Super Truck events at Costa Mesa due to a conflict with his LOORRS schedule in which he found himself engaged in simultaneous battles for the Pro 2 and Pro 4 championships with Carl Renezeder. Renezeder would ultimately prevail by a wide margin in Pro 4, but MacCachren was able to squeak out a title in Pro 2.
(key) (Bold – Pole position. Italics – Fastest qualifier. * – Most laps led. )
He raced the Mickey Thompson Stadium Series early in his career and went on to win championships in Championship Off-Road Racing (CORR), SCORE International, SODA, and Best in the Desert (BITD). MacCachren won his 200th event at Crandon International Off-Road Raceway at the 2012 World Championship Pro 2 race. He has won 20 championships during his racing career, including three BorgWarner World Championships and the 2008 CORR Pro-2 championship. He drives the Rockstar Energy Drink Ford Trophy Truck in SCORE and the Rockstar Energy Drink Pro 2 Unlimited in LOORRS. He is a 2011 inductee in the Off-road Motorsports Hall of Fame.
In 2012, MacCachren started the season with a victory at Sunday’s Laughlin Desert Challenge (the race was run on Saturday and Sunday as two separate points races). He then won the San Felipe 250 for the second year in a row.
After decades of winning in the desert, MasterCraft Racing offered MacCachren the opportunity to pilot his own Jimco Trophy Truck as driver of record for the entire SCORE International series. At the 2011 San Felipe 250, MacCachren took the Trophy Truck class win and overall victory with a margin of 44 seconds and a total time of 4:17.45 (58.7MPH). Later in the 2011 SCORE season, MacCachren won the San Felipe Challenge of Champions. These victories, combined with his fourth place finish at the Laughlin Desert Challenge, 9th place finish at the Baja 500, and 11th place finish at the Baja 1000, allowed MacCachren to finish second in points for the season in the marquee Trophy Truck class and take home the coveted Toyota Iron Man Award.
MacCachren was inducted in the Off-road Motorsports Hall of Fame in 2011.
In short course, MacCachren won the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) Pro 2 title in 2010, winning a record 9 out of the 15 rounds of racing. MacCachren was also successful in the competing TORC Pro 2WD series where he finished second for the season. In 2011, MacCachren finish second in season points in LOORRS and second in TORC as well with five victories in LOORRS and three wins in TORC. In 2012, MacCachren won the $20,000 Chairman’s Cup at Crandon behind the wheel of the MOPAR RAM Pro 2WD. He won his 200th career event later that year at Crandon during the track’s second weekend (on the first weekend in September), the Sunday “World Championship” Pro 2 event.
During the 2008 season, MacCachren competed in CORR in the Pro-2 and Pro Buggy divisions, winning the season championship in both divisions. CORR folded at the end of the season, so he raced in the new Traxxas TORC Series in 2009. He returned to SNORE and needed to win several races at the Mint 400 racing weekend to have a chance at winning the championship. MacCachren ended up winning four of five races, missing one event that conflicted with his TORC schedule, and won the 1600 car class at the event in seventh place overall behind trophy trucks and Class 1 cars.
MacCachren won his first overall SCORE championship in 2007 after winning three of six events. In 2007, he won 12 events in two CORR classes, adding four SCORE and BITD wins. For the 40th annual Baja 1000, he and co-driver/team owner Mark Post teamed up with CORR driver Carl Renezeder to take the overall race, completing the 1,296-mile (2,086 km) course in 25 hours, 21 minutes and 25 seconds to win by only six minutes. It was the first time that a Trophy Truck had the overall win in the 13 years that the class has competed in the event. It was his first overall win in desert off-road racing’s premiere event after his class wins between 1992 and 2004. With the win, MacCachren and Post became the first trophy truck drivers to take SCORE’s overall season points championship.
MacCachren was named the 2007 Dirtsports Magazine Driver of the Year. He was named the 2007 BFGoodrich Tires Motorsports Person of the Year. He also received American Auto Racing Writers & Broadcasters Association AUTO RACING All-America FIRST Team honors three times.
MacCachren was nominated for the AARWBA award in 2004 after winning the Laughlin Class Championships (1 / 2 — 1600 & Class 12) and SCORE’s Laughlin Leap Championship, with his pit crew helping him win the SCORE Laughlin Pit Crew Challenge Championship. In 2005, he won the AARWBA award after capturing the Best in the Desert Class 7300 Championship.
In 2003, MacCachren and fellow Mexican driver Gus Vildósola took the overall win on board of the #4 Vildosola Racing Trophy Truck during the 2003 San Felipe 250.
In 2000, MacCachren won the first of three consecutive Governor’s BorgWarner World Championship Shootout races. The following year, he competed in SNORE, SCORE, and CORR. In SNORE, he was the overall and class champion. He also won the Best in the Desert 7300 championship. In SCORE, he was the overall champion and won the class 1 / 2 — 1600 championship. In CORR, he took the Governor’s Cup championship at Crandon’s Spring Brush Run and the Pro-4 Borg Warner championship at Crandon’s World Championships on Labor Day weekend en route to winning the 2002 Pro-4 championship. For his performance that season, he was awarded the Toyota True Grit Award and the AARWBA (American Auto Racing Writers and Broadcasters Association) award. His 2003 season ended with a SNORE class championship and a Pro 1600 Class 1 / 2 — 1600 Series Championship.
In 1994, MacCachren competed in four NASCAR SuperTruck Series exhibition races for Venable Racing, winning at Portland Speedway. With Venable, he also competed at Tucson Raceway Park in the Winston West Series, finishing 14th.
MacCachren won HDRA/SCORE’s 7S and mini metal classes again in 1991 and was nominated for their Driver of the Year award. He competed in the final season of the Mickey Thompson Entertainment Group (MTEG) Grand National Sport Trucks Series in 1994. The same season he became the first Desert Trophy Truck Champion for Venable Racing. He followed up the championship by winning MTEG’s first Thunder Truck championship in 1995. At SODA’s nationally televised events, he took the Governor’s Cup at Crandon en route to winning the Class 4 season championship for 4-wheel-drive Trophy Trucks. He also won SNORE’s Class 1 / 2 1600 buggy championship, set the qualifying record for CORR’s Borg Warner World Championship race, and won CORR’s Winter Series championship. By that time CORR had replaced SODA as the top short course in the nation. In 1999, he won the BorgWarner World Championship race at Crandon.
In 1986, MacCachren won his second SNORE championship. He also began competing in SCORE International and was nominated for SCORE’s Rookie of the Year award. The following year, MacCachren captured his third SNORE championship as well as winning Driver of the Year awards in SCORE International and High Desert Racing Association (HDRA). In 1989, MacCachren raced in HDRA/SCORE, winning both the Class 7S division for light pickup trucks and the mini metal championship.
He raced off-road in Southern Nevada Off-Road Enthusiasts (SNORE) in 1982, winning the Driver of the Year points and being named “Rookie of the Year” by the Nevada Motorsports Writers Association. In 1983, he was nominated for the Nevada Sports Writers Association’s “Top Off-Road Driver” and for their “Competitor of the Year” in the following year. In 1985, he won six straight SNORE events on his way to winning the season championship. That same year, he won the Triple Crown at the Silver Dust Racing Association.
MacCachren, the son of an off-road racer, began racing dirt bikes in the terrain around Las Vegas, winning the 1973 Nevada State Motorcycle Championship as an eight-year-old.
Rob MacCachren (born March 24, 1965) is an American off-road racer from Las Vegas, Nevada. MacCachren won over 200 off-road races including four editions of the Baja 1000.