The Sunday SPECIAL***Was Roger Norman on Meds when he ran over and almost killed a motorcycle racer in a Baja race event? Is Roger on Meds Now?
Dateline Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
October 3, 2015-UPDATED Sunday, Oct 4.
When Roger Norman, former desert racer, now race sanctioner, was asked by BajaRacingNews.com whether he was on Meds when he ran over the Baja race motorcyclist and whether he had ever taken medications, he answered, "No. I have never been prescribed or taken, medications of any kind".
Then why just after getting out of his race car, after the race, when he almost killed the moto racer, did his mother ask, "Roger, did you take your meds today?"
[October 3, 2015]
Considering the control over peoples lives this person has in events in Baja Mexico, BajaRacingNews.com calls for a complete medical history of one, Roger Norman, owner of SCORE. A SCORE insider this weekend told us, "There's something wrong with him (Roger Norman).
When SCORE does not comply with this call, we know why Roger will refuse. He will refuse a complete independent investigation into his health records.[October 3, 2015]
Everyone knows, in SCORE events, the ones Roger now owns, there are no medical controls on the racers.
"You can be blasted out of your mind and race a SCORE event". Quoted from a notable SCORE racer.
The material Roger Norman wanted BajaRacingNews.com to delete, The untold story of Roger Norman almost killing Tim Nugent and
THE MEDS QUESTIONS
TIM NUGENT GETS ALMOST KILLED BY 'RACER' ROGER NORMAN AND NORMAN BLAMES THE SCORE RULES. NOW HE OWNS THE RULES AND HIS ACTIONS REFLECT
HIS DISDAIN FOR THE UNCAGED CROWD
From the Original Reporting in 2010:
"""From the Baja 500 story, ""In an interview with today, Tim Nugent, he sounded groggy and slow (not surprising under the circumstances), yet as positive as one could be (again, under the circumstances). He said he was off to the right side when hit. There were 3 trucks, apparently at over 120 mph.
He has 2 broken legs, 5 broken ribs, a broken scapula, 3 broken vertabrae, and a hole in the back of his knee which is being investigated cleaned, etc. I'm no doctor, but it sounds as if he is lucky to be alive.
As with most incidents, it was probably a combination of a lot of factors. Three trucks running together (passing, bumping, etc?) at 120+? A rider with no Baja experience and essentially no pre-run experience? A very dusty and rough course in high heat conditions? This incident alone, has and will cause serious reflection and re-evaluation of many future racing ventures.
All of the sportsmen class guys that Baja Racing News.com has talked with including Tim Nugent 253x would prefer to start behind the four wheel vehicles. Some of them will not race again unless this rule is implemented. They all say the same thing, the only thing they are really concerned about is dealing with the unlimited class vehicles.
(Roger Norman speaking:) I believe SCORE would have many more entries in the sportsman class if this rule change takes place."""
F-ING RICH NOW IN OCTOBER 3, 2015
Pre-Running with Roger Norman and Joe Parsons in 2009