Dan McMillin has been driving off road vehicles since a very young age. At 31 years old, he has already been racing competitively for over a decade. His father Mark and Grandfather Corky are icons in the sport. Dan is following in their footsteps and has applied their lessons well. He won his first race ever, driving a 1600 buggy, and has since worked his way up to the premiere class in the SCORE series, Trophy Truck. A calculating and controlled driving style has allowed Dan to finish every Baja 1000 he has entered from his earliest days in a 1600 buggy, driving an unlimited class one car, and in his Trophy Truck. Dan is building a solid reputation as a top contender in the Trophy Truck class and has a special competitive streak when it comes to racing against his younger Brother Luke who is also behind the wheel of a Trophy Truck this season.
Luke McMillin has been around offroad cars his entire life. Having mentors like his father Mark, a five time overall winner of the Baja 1000, and Grandfather Corky, has given Luke great insight at only 26 years of age. He began racing in the 1600 limited buggy class, where he finished consistently on the podium. In 2010, he won the 1600 class championship in the SCORE series. He backed it up with a second straight championship in 2011; winning both the Baja 500 and Baja 1000. In 2012, Luke moved up into an unlimited class one car in the SCORE series. He won all three Baja races, the San Felipe 250, the Baja 500, and the Baja 1000. In 2016, Luke is competing against a highly competitive field, including his Brother Dan, in the Trophy Truck class. Look for Luke to use the same attention to detail and competitive drive he has in the past.