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Gustavo Vildósola Ramos (born May 19, 1953, in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico) is a Mexican off-road racer and entrepreneur. Contents 1 Racing career 2 Best Results 3 Vildosola Racing 4 Personal life 5 References 6 External links Racing career Gus Vildósola driving his Trophy Truck during the 2005 Baja 500 Gus Vildósola has been in off-road racing since 1968. He started racing in local races in the Mexicali area. Vildosola got his first taste of the Baja 1000 in 1984 when one of his cousins invite him to race along with him in a 5-1600. In 1995 he decided to built his own 5-1600. He quickly jumped into larger engine vehicles. In 1996, Ivan Stewart built a ProTruck for him which he raced for two years and achieved a second place in the championship. Vildósola raced in the a SCORE Class 1 buggy from 1998 thru 2001. The next year he moved on to the premiere class, the Trophy Trucks. In 2003 Vildósola took his first overall race win during the San Felipe 250 sharing driving duties with Rob MacCachren becoming the first Mexican national team to win a SCORE International race.[1] In the Baja 1000 of that same year Vildósola and MacCachren shared the wheel again finishing 3rd in the trophy truck class. In the 2004 Baja 1000 Vildósola finished 6th in the trophy truck class timing 17:56.13 (56.65 mph).[2] During the 40th Baja 1000 in 2007, Vildósola and son Tavo Vildósola finish second place making it, at the time, the best finish position ever achieved by a Mexican national team in the Baja 1000,[3] This achievement was only surpassed by Vildosola Racing itself on 2010 winning the overall on the 43rd edition of the premiere off-road desert race. Vildósola won the overall in the 43rd edition of the Tecate Score Baja 1000 making him, alongside his son Tavo Vildósola the first Mexican national to win the Baja 1000 overall.[4][5][6] His Trophy Truck #21 of team Vildosola Racing raced to the finish line in 19:00.04. Since 1973, the 4 wheel vehicles had not won the overall time over the motorcycles. The 2011 season started with Vildosola Racing taking 3rd place overall on the 2011 SCORE Laughlin Desert Challenge with a final time of 1:56:37 (51.45 mph)[7] Gus participated in the CODE Off-Road Casas Geo Grand Prix of 2011 where he race a Class 11 bug. Gus and team finished 3rd with a time of 3:26.14 and 33.17 mph (53.38kph) during the special race which had the peculiarity of having Trophy Truck drivers driving as guests of the Class 11 teams. After a good start on the 2011 San Felipe 250 Tavo and Gus were leading the race until on race mile 90 the trophy truck had a broken transmission which took Vildósola's crew nearly an hour to fix. The team finished 13th with a time of 5:03.57.[8] Best Results Year Series Race Finish Class 1996 SCORE International San Felipe 250 1st[9] ProTruck 2003 SCORE International San Felipe 250 1st SCORE Trophy Truck 2003 SCORE International Baja 1000 3rd[10] SCORE Trophy Truck 2004 SCORE International Baja 1000 6th SCORE Trophy Truck 2007 SCORE International Baja 500 9th[11] SCORE Trophy Truck 2007 SCORE International Baja 1000 2nd SCORE Trophy Truck 2009 CODE Off-Road Race Ready 275 1st[12] SCORE Trophy Truck 2009 SCORE International Baja 1000 4th[13] SCORE Trophy Truck 2010 Best In The Desert Vegas to Reno 5th[14] SCORE Trophy Truck 2010 NORRA Mexican 1000 Rally 1st Class 12 2010 CODE Off-Road Mexicana Logistics 300 1st[15] SCORE Trophy Truck 2010 SCORE International Baja 1000 1st SCORE Trophy Truck 2011 SCORE International SCORE Laughlin Desert Challenge 3rd SCORE Trophy Truck 2011 CODE Off-Road Casas Geo Grand Prix 3rd Class 11 Vildosola Racing Gus Vildódolsa founded Vildosola Racing team in 1968. Today the team races 1 Trophy Truck and 2 Pre-runners and several chase trucks. Personal life CEO, founder and owner of Mexicana Logistics.[16] Father of off-road racer Tavo Vildósola References ^ Vildosola Racing vildosolaracing.com ^ Race History http://www.rlhcomm.com/BFG/RACES/archives.htm ^ Press Release Baja Racing News.com ^ Josh Burns. 2010 Off-Road.com ^ Ken Hutchinson. 2010 Motorcycle-usa.com ^ Red Bull redbull.com ^ Jason (January 16, 2011). "2011 SCORE LDC Photos – Sunday". race-dezert.com. http://www.race-dezert.com/home/2011-score-ldc-photos-sunday-14340.html. Retrieved 17 January 2011. "Gus Vildosola Jr/Gus Vildosola Sr, Mexicali, Mexico, Ford F-150, SCORE Trophy-Truck, 1:56:37 (51.45 mph)"  ^ SCORE (March 13, 2011). "Race Results From San Felipe 250". SCORE International. http://www.score-international.com/571/news/Race_Results_From_San_Felipe_250.aspx. Retrieved 13 March 2011. "13. Gus Vildosola Jr. /Gus Vildosola Sr., Mexicali, Mexico, Ford F-150, 5:03:57"  ^ Press Release dirtnewz.com ^ SCORE Baja 1000 Official Finishers desertrides.com ^ Official Results off-road.com ^ Vildosola Racing vildosolaracing.com ^ Baja Racing News baja racing news.com ^ Official Results bitd.com ^ Official Results codeoffroad.com ^ Mexicana Logistics mexicanalogistics.com External links Vildosola Racing homepage Mexicana Logistics YouTube Vildosola Racing Channel Persondata Name Vildósola, Gus Alternative names Gus Vildósola, Gustavo Vildósola Ramos Short description Off-Road Racer Date of birth 19 May 1953 Place of birth Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico Date of death Place of death