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Saturday, February 28, 2015

LIVE! Pacifico 300 From Baja South This Weekend

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CABO Safari Pacifico 300 2015

Race Start 10AM Sunday, March 1

Racers/Class Start List

Trophy Truck, Class 1, Super Libre, 2, 8, 17, 7, 5. Class 5/1600, 8S, 7SX ,7S, 9, 14, 15, 18 & 11  will start at one minute intervals.


Class Motos Pro
1. 6x Jesús Rafael Geraldo Colosio
2. 2X Luis Francisco Díaz/Alejandro Díaz
3. 47x Ramón Dávila
4. 23x Alex Angulo/Oscar Martínez
5. 4x Vincent Meza


Motos Intermedios (Starts at 30 second intervals)
1. 301x Daniel Higuera
2. 380x Ricardo Santana Ramírez/Javier Espinoza Morales
3. 377x Ulises Fisher


Class Novatos Moto
1. 204x Pablo Camacho/Martín Sánchez/Francisco Castro
2. 238x Juan Carlos García/Brandon Arturo Yuen


ATV Expertos Libre
1. 1a Edwin Sánchez/Manlio Díaz
2. 96a Oscar Zamudio
3. 77a Stephen Davis
4. 3a Edgar Josué Aldecua/René Tapia/Héctor Zepeda
5. 16a Juan Pablo Sández
6. 11a José Raúl Castro
7. 45a Geovani Márquez


ATV (Starts 30 second intervals)
1. 108a Juan Mario Fenech/R. Oli Palos/Enrique Velarde
2. 199a Edgar Peralta/Hugo Lara
3. 115a José Manuel Zavala / José Manuel Fierro


Class Novatos ATV
1. 200a Miguel Alejandro Pérez García
2. 212a Jonathan Sánchez/Josué Sandoval




Race Reports From Cabo San Lucas:

TONIGHT, Saturday, February 28

Contingency is underway! Come by for your free stickers! More>>>

Early report 2-28-2015
Contingency is being set up at Sams Club in downtown San Lucas. Some teams continue to prerun, but most are finished with running the course before the race and are now prepping for contingency later today and then moving to the start line, north of town.

Playa Migrino, on Oceano Pacifico is north of Los Cabos and east of the Baja Sur race course to be run in April. This race, the Pacific 300 is a traditional race, up the Migrino arroyo to a junction among the local roads near La Candelaria.

Candelaria, known for its local healers and their mystic healing crafts.

North of this junction is the old local road taking the racers to La Paz, for todays race and Loreto for the race in April.

Fridays Report: Baja South continues prerunning the course and ensuring markers have been placed in key turn spots and road crossings.

The route, a traditional race course (on local roads) runs from the Pacific coast at El Migrino, a fine, wide white sand beach, north of the Cape at San Lucas and all of the crazy tourism.



First posted February 24; UPDATED! February 28, 2015

Race Event Schedule

PreRunning: To March 1; 9AM
Contingency: Saturday, February 28; 5PM
RaceDay: Sunday, March 1; 10AM

Race & Course Control Fee: $99 US

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Friday, February 27, 2015

LIVE MINT 400 2015 Starts Monday March 9 in Las Vegas!

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THE OFF-ROAD REBELLION SPECIAL! Tuesday, March 10 LIVE! 4 PM OFF-ROAD LIVE! HERE!
 

THE DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS SPECIAL! Wednesday, March 11 LIVE! 4 PM OFF-ROAD LIVE! HERE!

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Roger Norman SCORE International 2015

           Courtesy: The Memes Of Off Road Racing F-Book Community



Tuesday, February 24, 2015

OFF-ROAD LIVE ! Every Monday Night 4 PM West 7 PM East Desert Racing Fan & Recreation News

 

OFF-ROAD LIVE! EVERY Monday, 4PM HERE! 

Sunday, February 15, 2015

MONSTER Mikes CODE Gran Prix 2015 Baja Racing News LIVE!

 
Gary Newsome, Editor, BajaRacingNews.com
Reporting via Satellite from Laguna Salada, Baja Mexico

One of many annual local Baja Mexico desert off-road races went off Saturday, February 14, here at Laguna Salada in Baja Norte.  We are reporting on each, as the desert racing season progresses in 2015.

BajaRacingNews.com expands Baja racing coverage this year, with three live Baja South events and three Baja North events, all local, traditional Mexican desert, off-road races.

This annual 'Gran Prix' event or Grand Prize ran on the northern section of the dry lake. 

Thousands of fans enjoyed the race action, which lasted all day. A low entry fee and good weather helped the car count and greater international interest, for this race.

Five overall heats and a portion of the course driving on an existing track, led to fast overall times and lots of great race action, for race fans. Here are the results:


CODE GRAN PRIX 2015 Official Race Results

 NO.      PILOTOS/ COPILOTOS        
                                                                                 
CLASS5/1600 

                                                                                
1 555     MELE VALENCIA / ALEX BERNAL                     
2 556     JASON LEDEZMA / OSCAR LEDEZMA                        
3 552     ANGEL GOMEZ / ALEJANDRO NORIEGA   
4 554     RAUL MARQUEZ / ALE CORONA                                           
5 557     MANUEL IBARRA / CRISTIAN COLIS   
          
CLASS1500 

                                                                                        
1 1500     HECTOR HURTADO           
2 1511     ALEX MARTINEZ           
3 1504     CARLOS MIRANDA           
4 1509     IGNACIO LAMEIRO / ERICK QUINTANA           
5 1533     DANIEL LICON                   
6 1505     HERNAN SOTO                       
7 1510     JOSE MONTAÑO / ADRIAN RODRIGUEZ / OSCAR BONILLA JR / JOSE VILLA / OSCAR BONI   
8 1501     EZEQUIEL ROSAS /SERGIO GUTIERREZ                                                                      

CLASS 900
              
1 900     ERIC MULLER JR / ERIC MULLER / CESAR BARRIOS / GUILLERMO SAENZ             
2 998     JOSE GONZALEZ JR / JOSE GONZALEZ / JESUS IBARRA / BENNY LOPEZ
  
CLASS11  

                                                                                               
1 1100     DANIEL REYES JR       
2 1116     CISCO BIO / ADRIAN GUERRERO           
3 1108     RENE VALLE / MARIO MARTINEZ / FERNANDA VARGAS   
4 1110     MARIANA REYNOSO       
5 1102     JAVIER SILVA                       
6 1101     VICTOR CELAYA / ANTONIO FERLA                                                  
7 1115     ERICK SILVA / ADRIAN MACIAS   
8 1104     VICTOR ESPARZA / ADRIAN ESPARZA / CRISTIAN ESPARZA / DANIEL ESPARZA   
9 1112     JOSE VALDESPINO / ISAAC VALDESPINO                       
10 1111     FERNANDO FLORES / FERNANDO FLORES JR   
11 1106     FRANCISCO ESCAREÑO   
12 1103 ROBERTOROBLES   

                                                                                               
CLASE1
      
1 18     JUAN CARLOS LOPEZ  / ALEXIS LOPEZ  / POL SALAZAR / APDALI LOPEZ           
2 168     BRADY TURNER / RAY ROMERO               
3 36     CARLOS FONSECA / ULISES OROPEZA / JORGE ORTEGA / URIEL OROPEZA / ALBERTOARCE                            
4 49     GABRIEL ARCE / ALAN MORENO / ALBERTO MORENO                  
5 8     FIDEL GALINDO / BENJAMIN GALINDO / MICHELLE BRUCKMANN           
6 17     ANDY RAMIREZ / GUSTAVO ROJAS / IVAN GUADIANA / AURELIO FREGOSO                   
7 102     ALBERTO RITCHIE / JUSTIN RITCHIE / LUIS A RITCHIE / PEPE MALO                    
8 1     ARMANDO BRAVO / ALLEN BRAVO / ARTURO GUTIERREZ / RYAN ABERNATHY                   
9 7     RENE CUEVAS / PABLO CORDOVA                   
10 109     STUART CHASE / ERIC CHASE              
11 3     JOSE LEON / VICTOR ARCE                   
12 5     JOSE GOMEZ / JORGE GRAJEDA /  /RAMSES MURILLO                   
13 88     SERGIO SALGADO / JOEL SERNA / CARLOS MUSSO

CLASS8 

                                                                                              
1 803     BENY CANELA / ART PETERSON / ADRIAN RIVERA / GARRET MCCOURT                   
2 800     IVAN RIVERA / DARIO RIVERA / IVAN OVIEDO / MANUEL PRECIADO                   

CLASS7

                                                                                                       
1 704     AARON CELICEO / ANTONE LAHR / JOSH MONTOYA / PETE MORQUECHO                   
2 705     CARLOS DIAZ / MANUEL LOPEZ / FCO NAJAR / JOSE LUIS LEON                   
3 702     KELLY McNEIL / SCOTT McNEIL / MITCH McNEIL / TREAV LINDBLEM / ANDRE DUTY                                                                                                 
CLASS3 

                                                                                              
1 301     GLEN STRAIGHT / APRIL SAVAGE               
2 302     ANDREW McCARTHY / GEORGE WASHINTON               

CLASS1850

                                                                                             
1 1850     FRANCISCO LOPEZ / KARLA ALVAREZ / JOSE DAVILA / EDGAR REAL                   
21858     JULIAN RIVERA / OTTS ARREDONDO / MARCO VELAZQUEZ / GUSTAVO MURRIETA                   
3 1852     JOSE BELTRAN / ANIBAL LOPEZ                   
4 1857     MJ KENNEDY / STUART HUMPHREY                   
5 1860     RICARDO KALLEN / JOSE LOPEZ / LUIS SANTIAGO BELTRAN / JAVIER A. LEON                    
6 1855     JESUS MIRANDA / RICARDO NUÑEZ / RICARDO NUNEZ JR / MARIO MORENO / ALAN BERNAL                    
7 1854     JUAN C RUBIO / CARLOS MANUEL RUBIO / ARMANDO PARRA / FERNANDO RUBIO                    
8 1853     LUIS LEON / EBEL ORONA                   
9 1859     ENRIQUE RAMOS / CASEY R PARVER / SALVADOR SOTO                   
10 1856     JAVIER BONILLA / REY HEREDIA / DONATO JIMENEZ                    

CLASS7s 

                                                                                                  
1 728     CESAR GUTIERREZ / WILLIE VALDEZ / RAMON VALDEZ / ALBERTO GUTIERREZ                    
2 735     GUSTAVO SALAZAR / VICTOR MARTINEZ / MIKE JAUREGUI / MANUEL MESA                   
3 720     ISMAEL REYES / KARIM REYES / LUIS MURRIETA / PEDRO VILLEGAS                   
4 737     OCTAVIO MUÑOZ / EUSEBIO MUÑOZ / NORBERTO MUÑOZ / GERARDO LUPERCI / ALFREDO GARCIA                   
5 722     ARAMNDO DURON / ARMANDO DURON JR / ISRAEL DURON / GERARDO ACEVES JR / SERGIO CORTEZ                                                           
6 729     DANIEL URIARTE V / DANY URIARTE / ELEAZAR DELGADO                   
7 727     SERGIO DURON JR / FRANCISCO ARIAS / GUSTAVO MESA / ANTHONY GUZMAN                   
8 723     OMAR RUCOBO / JORDANA BARON / ADAL VALENZUELA / MIGUEL GARCIA  

                                                                                           
CLASS10 

                                                                                        
1 1088     LUIS SALGADO / MIGUEL MUSSO / OSCAR RIOS / JUAN FLORES                   
2 1002     RAUL VALENZUELA / CARLOS VALENZUELA / RAUL E VALENZUELA / RUBEN VALENZUELA                   
3 1001     SALVADOR TORRES / DAVID YEE / JAIME HUERTA                   

CLASS12   

                                                                                              
1 1200     JESUS DE LA TORRE / JAIME MORENO / CESAR DE LA TORRE / LEONARDO NAVARRETE                   
2 1201     ANDRES MARTINEZ / GUSTAVO PIÑUELAS / ERIBERTO SALAZAR / ALEX OSUNA                   
3 1202     LUIS BARRAGAN / DAVID GARCIA / EDGAR YEPIZ / RODOLFO GODINEZ                   
4 1204     JORGE RUBALCABA / GUILLERMO DE LA HERRAN / MARCO ACOSTA / JONATHAN TORRES                   
5 1218     MIGUEL TORNEL JR / TAVO PIÑUELAS JR / PEDRO SOTO / ALAN VILLALPANDO                   
6 1299     JORGE SAINZ / RODRIGO GARCIA / JOSE MENDIVIL / ANGEL TANORI                   
7 1207     ALBERTO MEDINA / ALEX ZOZAYA

                  
CLASS1/2-1600 

                                                                                                
1 1602     DIEGO NAVARRETE / ALEX NAVARRETE / LEO NAVARRETE / ROMAN CEJA                   
2 1606     ROBERTO ROMO / JAVIER VALENZUELA / JOSHUA MORQUECHO / RAUDEL RAMIREZ                   
3 1618     MIGUEL TORNEL / MARIO TORNEL / FRANCISCO REYNOSO / PEDRO SOTO                   
4 1611     FRANCISCO MEJORADO / ROBERTO RUIZ                   
5 1688     RODRIGO ELORDOUY / IVAN PACHECO / LUIS FLORES / JOSE C AGUIRRE                   
6 1607     ALFREDO LUGO / VICTOR VALENZUELA / JORGE COTA                   
7 1603     FERNANDO MELENDREZ / JOSE LUIS MARQUEZ                   
8 1612     EINER GAMEZ                   
9 1615     JESUS VELEZ / GUSTAVO RODRIGUEZ / CHIMBIRY RAMOS / HUMBERTO RODRIGUEZ                   
10 1604     LUIS LOPEZ / LUIS E LOPEZ / JUAN LOPEZ / JOSE LOPEZ                   
11 1601     LUIS DUARTE / ERNESTO MAEDA                   

CLASS5  

                                                                                                     
1 500     JOSE LUIS LOPEZ / JOAQUIN RODRIGUEZ JR / ARNOLDO GUTIERREZ                   
2 503     GUILLERMO ESCALANTE / LUIVAN VOELKER / LUIVAN VOELKER JR / ROBERTO GONZALEZ                   
3 507     ALEX RODRIGUEZ / GALO MARTINEZ / JESUS RODRIGUEZ                   
4 504     MANUEL MERCADO / GEOFF ZARNOWITZ / GABRIEL MARTINEZ                   

CLASS14 

                                                                                                
1 1414     JULIO BANDA / RUAL CORDOBA / JULIO BANDA JR                   
2 1401     MARCO MONJARDIN / CUTBERTO IBARRA                   
3 1406     JOSE L SORIANO / ROMAN MARTINEZ / LUIS ALENCO / EDGAR GUZMAN                   
4 1403     LUIS FLORES / EDGAR BELTRAN / JOSE FLORES / CHRISTIAN RUIZ                   
5 1466     LUIS CARAPIA / HUGO AVILA                   
6 1413     ALEX BELLOZO / CARLOS MORONES / GABRIEL SOLIS / VALENTE BELLOZO                   
7 1405     FRANCISCO DELGADO / LUIS VAZQUEZ / LORENZO LOPEZ / MARCO ZAVALA                   
8 1409     MARCO VALENZUELA / DANIEL PEREZ                   
9 1411     MARIO ALCALA / JUAN MAYORAL / DANIEL GARCIA / JOSE ROBLES / RAMON PEREZ                  
10 1499     FRANCISCO GONZALEZ / FRANCISCO GONZALEZ / FRANCISCO GALLEGOS / LUIS OSUNA / EDUARDO GONZALEZ                   
11 1412     DANIEL PACHECO / DANYA PACHECO / ABEL FELIX / PEDRO MORQUECHO                   
12 1407     MARCO CANCHOLA / GUSTAVO CRUZ / HECTOR GARCIA / MARIA TARAZON
13 1415     FRANCISCO HUERTA / IVAN ZAMUDIO




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Saturday, February 14, 2015

FORD Dealer and Parker Arizona Mayors son, confused and delusional Jimmy Beaver, claims hate group disabled his hobby truck. More drama, he crashes during the race, into a JeepSpeed racer, who now claims, "Jimmy can't drive!"


UPDATE! February 14, 2015

Beaver Crash Victim Claims He'll File Insurance and Parker City Claim!

The victim in the Beaver crash in the recent Parker 425 says he'll be filing a claim against Jimmy Beaver and the Best In The Desert organization, an insurance demand on BITD's event insurance.

The City of Parker confirmed today, a claim againist the city of parker was filed on Friday.
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Entertainer, Clown Jimmy Beaver causes race accident by ramming JeepSpeed, he now claims he's "brain damaged".

Suffering from a possible head/neck injury yesterday,
'entertainer' Jimmy Beaver claimed a group of people, a "hate group" caused "foul play" at the desert off-road race, Parker 425 contingency, prior to his terrible performance at the race trials, which he placed somewhere around the 80th position.

We say somewhere in the 80th position, because there are now racers claims the entire Best in the Desert 'Association' race trials ranking system failed on Thursday.

Confused and delusional Jimmy Beaver, claims hate group disabled his hobby truck. 
 
Here's what Jimmy the entertainer said at the time, “So you know me, I'm not one to whine or complain, never talk ill about anyone, and make the best out of every situation. Just to dispel any rumors, the #15 was sabotaged yesterday at time trials between our practice and qualifying run. Someone with no balls to step up to my face somehow went in and unplugged 2 plug wires from our race truck in the 1 1/2 hour wait between the 2 runs. As any of you know, lots of fans and media congregate around vehicles in this time so it easily could have been anyone. I do find it interesting that at the same time all of this occurs a social media meme page is running a campaign against me. Draw your own conclusions....”


 








The group he claims caused his hobby truck damage are easily found on F-book 'The Memes of Off Road Racing', they responded:  


"While it is entirely true that the memes page makes fun of everyone (especially
Jim), its f***ing idiotic to think we would actually go out and f*** with a guys race car to mess up his chances on the track. I know we can be a**h**** but doing some f***ed up shit like that is not something we would be a part of. Figure out who it was and we will make them famous for real. Or go be like "Bobs Son" and blame everything except yourself when you fail.”

More drama, Beaver crashes during the race, into a JeepSpeed racer, who now claims, "Jimmy can't drive!"

During the race event, Jimmy Beaver struck a

JeepSpeed racer who is now in hospital suffering injuries from the crash, he said today: "Beaver can't drive, he's an accident happening right now, damage, misery and injury waiting to happen".  Beaver's hobby truck
catapulted several times, after striking the stopped JeepSpeed, wadding up and causing head injuries to entertainer Beaver. Obvious head injures.

Obvious, because Beaver told his dad, the Mayor of Parker Arizona, he is suffering from a brain injury, like the "football players". More Loading>>>

Remember Jimmy, "Sprinkles are for Winners!" LOL

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Sunday, February 08, 2015

Dave Coles King of the Hammers event destroys BITD, SCORE and the rest of Desert Racing


UPDATED! February 9

February 8, 2015
Gary Newsome, Editor

Last week, King of the Hammers desert event destroyed the internet coverage of over a hundred years of racing in the West.

All the desert racing organizations of the west, including Best In The Desert and SCORE International are now, screaming little bitches...

The great live coverage of King of the Hammers also begs the question, 'What has BITD and SCORE spent all of their money on?', when the good the times were rolling. Tons of entries, sponsors and the public tourism money (corporate welfare). 

These desert racing organizers commonly receive in excess of $100,000 per event, in 'corporate welfare'.

Coles 'Hammers' wiped out 'rock crawling' in only its second year. Rock crawling is such a low brow activity, it didn't take much to take all the gas out of the room on crawlin'.

Competitive desert racing in North America has been around since at least 1908, so taking over the media spotlight of this classic sport is historic.

Race sanctions, like Best In The Desert, SCORE International, SNORE and many others have transacted millions and millions of dollars. These are not 'associations' as stated in many of their press and other communications.

These are private businesses and have banked most of the proceeds.

We are sure, that the owners of desert racing did not count on a race sanction like Ultra4 or an event like 'King' to grab and hold the very valuable spotlight.

What Casey, Roger and their media hacks have miscalculated is the investment Detroit has now made in "Hammertown". The "King" live media event has now leveraged massive latent public interest in, OFF-ROAD.

If established desert racing had spotlighted its sport, when the 'live online event' technology was first offered, costs would have flattened and be cheap as hell, by now, in 2015! Like surfing does now, all day long.

Best in the Desert (BITD) is lucky to have a website, let alone any internet coverage. Not because of cost, but because of a complete lack of understanding. Who needs a website, when you're swimming in cash?!

Send your entry in by snail mail! Race results? Yea, in two weeks!  

The BIG NEWS!!! (please) The biggest joke, the MINT 400 being offered by its owners as a live radio offering! 1930's technology, BIG NEWS...sad really.

The next biggest joke. SCORE and George Antill failing at "Dirt Live". They had all the components to TAKE the marketplace in '13 or '14 and the BIG NEWS for 2015, "big media changes". SCORE drops the weekly show. According to a source inside SCORE, "Roger Norman decided not to go live at the San Felipe event, while onsite, because of slow net speeds", weeks ago.

The "media changes" should have been to EXPAND live showings, not eliminate coverage!  All the SCORE explanations of TV contracts, reflects SCOREs weak negotiating skill.

Make no mistake, experts in this field are claiming these technologies are way cheaper, improving and expanding much faster than people can keep up. 

The price of coverage IS NOT the problem. The problem is control. In the United States, there have been Fourth & Fifth Estate Constitutional Violations.

 *SurfRat and others have been "privateer live covering" desert racing in the last few years, when either the sanction or others have placed force to remove the live streaming. Often live streaming on public lands.

Any restrictions by anyone, including badged admins in cahoots with the business, the sanction, is not legal under the American Constitution.


BajaRacingNews.com forcefully says,
 THIS IS UNAMERICAN.
We'll explain in the near future.

Here in Mexico, its another degree of problem!

Now that the lead has been taken by "King", how will BITD, SCORE and MINT 400 respond?


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