Saturday, February 15, 2014

Media Wars Have Begun! Desert Off-Road Racing Braces for Expanded Coverage, No Matter How Bad It Is!

CLICK HERE STORY UPDATE! 2016

SCORE Source: UPDATED! Friday, February 14***Andrew Grimshaw, Worked on Roger Normans "HIT LIST", reported daily on Internet Enemies of the President of SCORE, "if you gave any private information to them you're privacy may be violated!"

Andrew Grimshaw, 'SCORE Employee of the Year' 2013, Bails on SCORE!

 ***Charges of Online Spying conclude SCORE is harassing "enemys"***"Members of SCORE, contractors and former contractors, 'online chat or online message board users may be at risk of personal information use "deviations"***

***Andrew Grimshaw, Quits SCORE, Asserts $$$ Problems: "Roger Norman of SCORE screwed me out of thousands!"

After the Kurt Caselli Incident, HONDA Bailing out of SCORE and the pathetic sign-ups for the San Felipe race, Adam Grimshaw quits his work with Roger Norman and talks Exclusively with Baja Racing News RADIO LIVE!

"Roger's mood changes so much, I couldn't take it any longer. He would change his mind so often about the online marketing, which I was responsible for, that the work ended up being more difficult than it really needed to be." 

"He's (Roger Norman) the ultimate out-of-control, self-admitted control freak. He wants total control over everything, which means he eventually doesn't control anything". Andrew then talked about the factor that made him get out of SCORE, money.

"I'm very happy to be out of that rats nest!"

The money problems became overwhelming, "The money problems were heartbreaking, I had to get money from George to meet my mortgage."

Grimshaw went further, "I'm proud of the amount of accomplishments I made during my media marketing tenure. In my new work, I'll make enough money to meet my personal needs."

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A little about Andrew from his Twitter page: "I'm a Marketing and Media Manager during the day and a DJ at Night! I wen't to film school and have self taught myself website Design. I dig cameras."

Andrews spelling is all his.

The continued story from last year...

We must remember that the HDRA media output started with Rich Klein, drunk, in a hotel room, doing absolutely, nothing, in their first 'media' product, last year. An incredible display of misjudgement, by the ownership. 

February 14, 2014 UPDATE!
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE COMPLETE STORY OF THE UNDISCLOSED INDIVIDUAL WE WERE TALKING ABOUT IN THIS 2013 REPORT

Thursday, April 5 (2013)***Now, just weeks after the announcement, SCORE is in bed with a 'Bounced' promoter from Mexico. A Baja racer even went to Roger, to his shop to implore him to beware of this excommunicated former race event promoter. Roger even confirmed to this reporter and George Antill confirmed, "Roger said, he (the ex-promoter) screwed me"

He was excommunicated(1) because of "confirmed cases of fraud against racers". Why does SCORE do business with a person who has been accused of fraud by baja racers?*** 

SCORE and BFGoodrich. George Antill was told last week he wasn't going to be with BITD announcing any longer. Then, at the last minute, Casey Folks apologized to George and assured him he would be staying on. This directly from George himself.

Removal demand UPDATE! Tuesday, April 2.

Internet Andrew Grimshaw of SCORE, threatens "Andrew is going to tell Roger" this information was demanded to be removed from the story:

*Just before the San Felipe 250, We received a report that George was paying SCORE's web guy, Andrew out of his own pocket. The report went, "George made the mortgage payment for Andrew".

*This was important that, if true, George Antill did own "Dirt Live", not SCORE and Roger Norman. But, I received a call from George telling me the inside story.

*George said, "I gave a loan to Andrew, so he could make his mortgage payment".

*George went on, "Roger owns Dirt Live and pays for everything, including Andrews pay".

*Begs the question, Andrew must not be getting paid much if George has to loan him money to keep his mortgage up to date!


In the middle of the morning coverage of the San Felipe 250, dirt Live seemingly collapsed. But after review, incredibly, all the access through that channel was severed, intentionally.

Any agreement or perceived arrangement through Dirt Live was cut off. Actions speak louder than words and this one act should tell the entire racing community who the new SCORE and Roger Norman is. 

Even after the race, the only glowing report Roger gave about the race, was to talk about Dirt Live and its fabulous promotion of the racing. Not the disaster that went on the race course and the fucked race results, spewed days/week later. 

If you were fortunate enough to listen in to OFF-ROAD LIVE!, we knew about the race course problems two weeks before the issues were starting to be known. They were, race course changed one week before event, GPS files NOT changed until the last minute for their racers and NO public announcements made in a timely fashion, for the benefit of the competitors.

February 14, 2014 UPDATE!
The Kurt Caselli Story about the San Felipe 250 2013, revealed!

'Pistol Pete' Sohren would later comment, "How could an experienced desert racer make these mistakes???"

Thanks PCI race Radios!  


   

 



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Edited by Gary Newsome,
Baja Racing News LIVE!

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Bruce Meyers Celebrates 50th Anniversary Of Iconic Meyers Manx By Racing CABO 1000





Bruce Meyers Celebrates 50th Anniversary Of Iconic Meyers Manx By Entering CABO 1000




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 After months of preparation and with the support of an industry it helped create, Meyers Manx Inc. today proudly announced details of its completetion to celebrate the car’s 50th anniversary. It  entered company founder Bruce Meyers in the 2014 CABO 1000.

The iconic Meyers Manx dune buggy (“Old Red”) was invented by Meyers in a small garage on the Balboa Peninsula of Newport Beach, California and first driven in May of 1964. The spirited and ever-enthusiastic Meyers is now 88-years old. 


Besides being an artist, boat builder and beach lover, Meyers was also instrumental in founding off-road racing by setting the first trans-Baja four-wheel record that was faster than the motorcycle times  in “Old Red” with Ted Mangels in June of 1967. That feat was the spark for the inaugural National Off Road Racing Association (NORRA) Mexican race later that year — a race won by Vic Wilson and Mangels in a Meyers Manx buggy.  


The project is entitled the “Destiny in Dust Tour” — and for good reason. Despite years of trying in the sport’s earliest days and then again in the first part of this century, Bruce Meyers has never finished an off-road race.  To aid in his quest, he will be joined by an experienced team of off-road racing veterans including Baja and Dakar Rally star Andy Grider, 2013 Baja 1000 class winner Rafael Navarro III.


In addition, a group of buggy enthusiasts from the official Meyers Manx Club joined the trip to cheer on their legendary friend and hero to “finish unfinished business,” as Meyers says. 


Bruce Meyers (right) straps into one of three Meyers Manx-entered factory "Tow'd" race cars with co-driver Bill "Wheelo" Anderson for the start of the 1968 NORRA Mexican 1000. Several hours later Meyers crashed the car and severely fractured both legs and his left ankle. His trip back to San Diego for medical attention took 22 hours and Meyers quit racing until the 2002 Baja 1000.
Bruce Meyers (right) straps into one of three Meyers Manx-entered factory “Tow’d” race cars with co-driver Bill “Wheelo” Anderson for the start of the 1968 NORRA Mexican race. Several hours later Meyers crashed the car and severely fractured both legs and his left ankle. His trip back to San Diego for medical attention took 22 hours and Meyers quit racing until the 2002 Baja 1000.
The racing effort is being managed and coordinated by The Rennsport Group of San Juan Capistrano, Calif., which is also completing a new film on the earliest days of Baja motorsports entitled “Baja Social Club.” In 2012 Meyers and Wilson took a nostalgic trip down the Baja with the Mexican 1000 as a backdrop for the film, a journey that inspired the idea of this year’s racing effort. 
“Taking that trip as part of the film project got my wheels turning — literally,” shared Meyers. “This is a fitting end to my racing days and the perfect way to celebrate my love affair with Cabo, not to mention Meyers Manx turning 50 years old.”


In turn, the off-road industry helped immensely in making the “Destiny in Dust” project possible. The first commitments came from the car’s original sponsors; McKenzie’s Performance Products, BFGoodrich, Fox Shox, Howe Power Steering and Eibach Springs. More new supporters have joined the effort in the past few weeks. Even veteran Baja 1000 champion Baja” Bob Gordon contributed a high-performance Volkswagen air-cooled engine last used by son Robby Gordon to win the 1985 Nevada 500 — his first desert racing victory. 

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In 2002 Meyers Manx built this race car to mark the return of the company's return to selling fiberglass cars  -- in this case Bruce Meyer's newly-sculpted "Manxter." First appearing as part of a national BFGoodrich poster campaign, the car raced in that year's Baja 1000, then went on to compete in five additional races -- but never saw the checkered flag. The bright yellow buggy is being restored by the Rennsport Group in assocation with Raceco USA in Aliso Viejo, California.
In 2002 Meyers Manx built this race car to mark the return of the company’s return to selling fiberglass cars — in this case Bruce Meyer’s newly-sculpted “Manxter.” First appearing as part of a national BFGoodrich poster campaign, the car raced in that year’s Baja 1000, then went on to compete in five additional races — but never saw the checkered flag. The bright yellow buggy is being restored by the Rennsport Group in assocation with Raceco USA in Aliso Viejo, California. 

 

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Monday, February 10, 2014

HOTEL CALIFORNIA Todos Santos 300 2014 LIVE! ONLINE


 HOTEL CALIFORNIA CLICK HERE
MOTO RESULTS PUBLISHED CLICK HERE!





OFFICIAL RESULTS TODOS SANTOS 300
 

CLASS UNO SUPER LIBRE
LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
1 145 Carlos Olmos 
2 11 Víctor Barreda Lozano 
3 150 L. Armando Molina Manríquez 
 

CLASS 2
LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
1 203 Oscar Moreno Rutowski 
2 205 Pedro Velázquez Hernández 
3 288 Alex Daniel Verdugo Talamantes 
 

CLASS 12
LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
1 1202 Mario Alberto De La Peña 
2 1213 José Héctor Moraira Castillo 
 

CLASS 8
LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
1 818 Bret Zaro / Mike Zaro 
2 832 Jimi Díaz 
 

CLASS 17
LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
1 1700 Jesús Contreras 
2 1724 José Luis Villarreal / Octavio Dávalos R. 
3 1744 Pedro Castro Carranza / Octavio Dávalos Ramírez 
 

CLASS 7
LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
1 745 Romero Jaramillo 
2 749 Marco Antonio Castro Agundez 
3 722 Gilberto Sánchez Duarte 
 

LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
1 550 Javier Montoya 
2 572 Ángel Adrián Díaz Guardado 
3 563 Hazzael Cota / Armando Escareño 
 

CLASS 8 STOCK
LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
1 860 Ascencion Castro Rivera 
 

CLASS 7 STOCK
LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
  789 Raul Andres Talamantes Espinoza 
  795 Ernesto Perales Orozco 
  768 Jesús Avilez Agundez 
 

CLASS 9
LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
  900 Hector Jesus Olmos Ceseña 
  921 Cesar Madrid 
  907 Jhajaciel Castro Alucano 
 

CLASS 14
LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
1 1419 Jose David Corral Ortega 
2 1240 Juan Manuel Green Crespo / Sergio Ceseña 
3 1428 Irving Miranda 
 

CLASS 15
LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
1 1505 Luis Ismael Rojas Sotres 
2 1502 Ernesto Antonio Hernandez 
 

CLASS 11

LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
1 1102 Salomon Salvatierra Leggs 
2 1150 Angel Alberto Romero Zamora 
3 1183 Darren Carey / David Loaiza Cervantes 
 

CLASS 18
LUGAR NUMERO NOMBRE
1 1818 Alex Rodriguez
2 1859 Jorge Macias de Lara
3 1824 Martin Salgado Mayoral