Justin Lofton powered his Ford Trick Truck to a second consecutive Mint 400 win earlier today, besting some serious competition and clocking three laps in 5 hours, 36 minutes and 10 seconds, according to unofficial results released by Best in the Desert.
Lofton and his No. 41 truck beat out second place finisher Andy McMillin in the No. 31 Ford by nearly 42 seconds. McMillin, who won the race in 2014, has just returned to a full season of racing. Jason Voss, also piloting a Ford Trick Truck, claimed third place, taking the checkered flag in 5 hours, 43 minutes and 30 seconds.
Cody Parkhouse of Long Beach, California took top honors in Class 1500, covering three laps in 5 hours, 56 minutes 42 seconds, beating out second place Sam Baldi by slightly more than five minutes, according to unofficial results. Scott Bailey took third place, crossing the finish line 14 seconds after Baldi.