Lopez Cheating Confirmed!
In EVERY shot of the truck during the race,
NO AMBER, NO REAR BRAKE LIGHTS!!!
Just another reason to "wipe our Ass
with the SCORE rulebook!"
Via ElReyTV LIVE!
SHITS, GIGGLES & GLORIFICATION
The Insiders Story of THE DEATH RACE 2017!
*Shits; At the Start line at contingency, off-road racings number one - 'first loser', Robby Gordon, began the assault on the civil authorities, proving the "Death Race" legitimacy.
He said, for the record,
"!!!We are going to run you over!!!"
Telling the spectators of the Baja 1000 2017, the competitiors are prepared for the costs of killing civilians.
A spectator linked to a local racing team was struck and killed. All of the people killed in these races are part of the teams competing.
They are killing each other and BFGoodrich and SCORE give extra points for death incidents!
The Spectator KILLED at Laguna Del Diablo; Cristina Eugenia Gil Bermúdez, 31; Struck & Run-Over! Cristina was part of the pit crew for the Class 5-1600, #563 driver of record: Marco Gomez from San Diego.
Current reports say the #271 team, that struck and killed the spectator, left their race rig on the dry lake and the driving team split before the police got to the death scene, they crossed back into the USA soon after the death incident...
The #271 race rig was reportedly impounded and resides in a police yard in San Felipe...
*Giggles; A multi-million dollar team based on the east coast (RPM Racing) cheated and stole this years Baja 1000.
The team willfully turned off their required rear facing lights. Amber and brake lights. Meant mostly for safety purposes, their move was meant to make it uncompetitive and unsafe to overtake their race truck.
Everybody in the industry knows the rpm racing team and the girls from Tennessee are cheating, enjoy the Karma.
*The Glorification; this SCORE 50th anniversary of the 'Mil' during the 2016 season had the 'dust2glory' film crew 'documenting' the racing. SCORE's narcissistic sickness, on film.
Dust2Glory Review EXCLUSIVE
Just to start our wiping the floor with this piss-poor "film",
***"Legendary" Cassie Currie?
What a sack of cow dung...
Regarding the El Rey TV SHOW...
***"Legendary" Ampudia, Jr?
(serving as the co-host)
What a sack of cow dung...
Back to the fail dust 2 glory>>>
***No mention of the child ran-over during the 2016 Baja 500? One of the greatest crimes against civilians in desert racing history???
The truncated shots of the beauty of Baja California and the excitement of the sport, has ruined this franchise forever. Time for a new master of the cinema...YouTube...#SAD
Editors Note: Bruce Brown, Dana Brown's father passes. CLICK
Gary Newsome, Publisher
Race Compiled By: Gary Newsome, Publisher
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Spectator Run-Over and Killed at Laguna Del Diablo; INVESTIGATING NOW>>>
*At this years Baja 1000 a spectator was struck and killed at Laguna Del Diablo; Cristina Eugenia Gil Bermúdez was 31.
The incident occurred at Race Mile 151 at apprx. 5 PM local time. The victim was struck by the number 271 Trophy Truck of Carey Chrisman. The 31-year old victim was believed to be part of the number 563 team of Marco Gomez.
The 'Mexican Federales' (Mexican Federal Highway Police) were on the scene of the crash and even after four hours of investigating, they were just getting to the insurance info at 10 PM local time!
Hours after the Trophy Truck accident occurred, two vehicles collided causing one of them to roll over, just 100 feet away from where the original accident happened. And in the aftermath of those two incidents, a fan had a seizure on site. From local knowledge the area around RM 151 is flat lake bed that runs in front of El Chinero Mountain.
SCORE FIRST MOTO ACROSS THE LINE CRASHES INTO THE FINISH LINE CROWD SENDING SPECTATORS TO THE HOSPITAL WITH BROKEN BONES, THEN SCORE TAKES THE WIN AWAY FROM THE 1x
**Moto Class Francisco Arredondo and his talented team claimed their third straight victory of the season when apparent winner 1x Samuels was penalized after the race by SCORE race officials for a reckless incident at the finish line ramp.
Ian Young was the rider for the last 200 miles of the race. The adjusted finishing time for the 1x team was 21:26:47. Arredondo, 40, a veteran international rally racer, shared riding responsibilities for this race with Shane Esposito, 43, Temecula, Calif./Justin Morgan, 27, El Cajon, Calif./Max Eddy Jr, 33, Barstow, Calif./Ty Davis, Oak Hills, Calif.
The Arredondo team finished the gritty challenge in 21 hours, seven minutes, 17 seconds while averaging 54.157 mph. Beginning the race from the first position, they crossed the line at approximately 9:17 p.m. PT Thursday night.
For Ox Motorsports, SCORE Race officials assessed a 30-minute penalty which moved the No. 1x to second place with an adjusted total time 21:26:47.
With the overall motorcycle victory, Honda extended their race-record total to 27 courtesy of the No. 45x team.
FINAL BAJA 1000 Moto-REPORT:
"Elated at the prospect of winning the 50th anniversary 1000—which would also mark his first triumph in this classic—the 23-year-old Young couldn’t help but celebrate after crossing the finish line and riding up to the finish stage, which was slick with dew. He went in hot, tried to get a little air, and lost control upon landing. Although he quickly sprang up to show he was okay and continue celebrating, unfortunately his errant machine struck a couple of bystanders, sending at least one to the hospital with a broken leg and other injuries. SCORE officials soon slapped a 30-minute penalty on the Samuels team for “unsportsmanlike conduct” and that handed the win to Arredondo."
'AutoWeek' claims 0x Motorsports cheated AND pulled the Major Boner:
"At the finish it was the motorcycle team of Colton Udall, Mark Samuels, Ian Young and Justin Jones who crossed the line first, having shared riding duties on their No. 1x Ox Motorsports Honda CRF450X bike. But the apparent winners were penalized after what looked like a glitch on the GPS software that showed straight lines where the course curved over the terrain. Some of the straight lines appeared to go over the water. So something was wrong.
|AutoWeek: "This is the problem with GPS trackers, maybe. The gold line is the route the tracker claims motorcycle rider Samuels and company took, impossible unless they had a water bike. The red line is the course route."SCORE-International data|
The Ox Motorpsorts team was assessed a 30-minute penalty, which moved it from first place to second. As of now SCORE has said, “…apparent winner (Mark) Samuels was penalized after the race by SCORE race officials for a reckless incident at the finish line ramp.”
A report in a Spanish-language Mexican media outlet said Ian Young, who rode the final 200-mile leg of the race for the team, did a wheelie across the finish line ramp. That could be considered race-winner exhuberence, couldn't it? But we weren't there so we don't have the full story and SCORE has not responded to our request for more information about it."
BRN Comment: So, so Funnay!!! The regular press reporting on Baja Racing...and waiting for SCORE to reply??? WAFJ
In the meantime, the official motorcycle winners are the No. 45x Bremen-Arredondo-Haines Racing Honda CRF450x, whose official finishing time was 21:07:17. Francisco Arredondo, from Guatemala, paced the team with co-riders Shane Esposito, Justin Morgan Max Eddy Jr. and Ty Davis, all of Southern California."
***The father/son team of Juan C. Lopez and Carlos “Apdaly” Lopez from Tecate, Baja California, Mexico, took top honors in the 50th running of Baja Mexico’s desert race.
The team’s fluorescent-orange RPM-sponsored Chevy Trophy Truck covered the 1134.40-mile course in 19 hours 53 minutes and 36 seconds. The Lopez family team had finished second for the last two years behind Rob MacCachren, who won the race each of the last three years. This year MacCachren was in contention for the lead when his engine blew, 550 miles into the race event. Had he won, he would have been the first driver to win in four consecutive years.
The Lopezes crossed the line more than an hour ahead of second-place Trophy Truck finishers Cameron Steele and Pat Dean in a Ford F-150. 11 minutes behind the Steele/Dean truck came the McMillin Racing Ford of Dan McMillin and Gary Weyhrich in third place.
|Carlos Apdaly Lopez, of Mexicali Baja California was driving for RPM Racing out of Bristol, Tennesse, cheats 2017 Baja 1000, the 50th version of the event. Several sanctions have operated and owned the race event in Baja Mexico.|
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Title Sponsor to pay $50,000 to BAJA 1000 First across the Finish Line, "sponsored" racer...LISTEN IN
"$250 Minimum Fine" for "Stupid Racers and Race Teams", Frank DeAngelo reports that the Federal Police are "sick and tired of the stupid". LISTEN IN
Mulege Ejidos To Close Race Route!
Mexican Military takes over security control
in State of Baja Sur
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BAJA 1000 2017 winner Carlos Apdaly Lopez, history of racing in Baja Mexico, here he rolls a spectator truck
Here racer Wes Bevly runs over a spectator
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BAJA 1000 2017 RACE FACTSHEET>>>
As part of the huge City of Ensenada Tribute to the sport of Baja Racing, Tomorrow! Sunday, November 12TH, the Inauguration of the Off-Road Walk of Fame Kicks-Off!
Beginning the 2017 BAJA 1000 RaceWeek, the City of Ensenada will honor Mexican 1000 (1967-1973) and Baja 1000 (1975-2016) overall vehicle and motorbike winners, consisting of 49 marble plaques, located on the boardwalk in front of the Iconic Center of Baja Racing, The Riviera Cultural Center.
OFF-ROAD LIVE! SPEED Festival, Sunday, November 12th, inside the Riviera Cultural Center Gardens, from Noon 12 PM to 10 PM, with the exhibit of 16 classic off-road vehicles and motorbikes and have legendary racers signing autographs alongside their vehicles.
The OFF-ROAD LIVE! ONLINE SHOW
from 'The Capital of Off-Road', Ensenada, Baja California, on Monday, at 4 PM. Join the party online or at the Riviera Cultural Center where a big party with a music, food and beverage court, commemorative craft beers and wines, kids and family area, remote control race competitions, sponsors exhibits!
BAJA RACING HALL OF FAME OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Another BIG BAJA Night on Tuesday, November 14TH, when the Baja Racing Hall of Fame 50th Anniversary Ceremony will take place in the Famous and Historic Riviera Casino Cathedral rooms inside the Fabulous Ensenada Riviera Cultural Center.
Tickets will include hors d'oeuvres, craft beer, wine, soft drinks, three course dinner, souvenirs, and the official ceremony to honor Baja racing pioneers, top BAJA 1000 and MEXICAN 1000 overall winners and top BAJA 1000 Mexican winners, with participation of Federal, State and City officials, race legends, 'BAJA RACING HALL OF FAMERS', promoters, racers, sponsors and fans, with the solid purpose to celebrate this epic moment and the success of the sport of Baja Racing.
MONSTER Mike's Papa's y Beer Street Party on Avenida Ruiz in downtown Ensenada from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. (PT) on Tuesday, November 14. In La Paz, the party starts in the Emperor’s Ballroom at the Grand Plaza Hotel from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, November 15 and the celebration continues Thursday (November 15) night to all day and evening on Friday and on the morning of Saturday (November 18) in La Paz while official finishers cross the line and tales and epic accomplishments are added to the legacy of the event. The post-race awards fiesta will be held in La Paz starting at 7 p.m. (PT) on Saturday (November 18).
BAJA 1000 SPLIT-START Commemorating the first race, motorcycle and quad classes will start the 50th annual BAJA 1000 at midnight (PT) on Wednesday, November 15 and the car, truck and UTV classes will begin their journey in the elapsed-time race of 10 hours. Their start begins at 10 a.m. (PT) on Thursday, November 16.
While the fastest vehicles are expected to complete the course in approximately 19 hours, all vehicles will have 48 hours from the time each starts to complete the course and become an official finisher of the 50th anniversary race. To date, there are 381 total entries. Including Trophy Truck class (41), 12 total classes already have double figures in terms of entries so far. While several other classes have nearly reached at least 10 entries, the other classes with double figure entries to date are: Class 10 (30), Trophy Truck Spec (26), Pro UTV FI (25), unlimited Class 1 (20), Pro Moto Ironman (18), Class 1/2-1600 (17), Pro UTV (16), Baja Challenge (12), Class 7 (10), Class 5-1600 (10) and leading the Sportsman classes is Sportsman Motorcycle.
The 2017 BAJA 1000 LIVE! ONLINE race event will start for the 43rd time in Ensenada, Baja California and finish for the 21st time in La Paz, Baja California Sur. The start line will once again be adjacent to the Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center in the heart of Ensenada with the first several spectator-friendly miles running up the Ensenada Arroyo. The course will finish just off of Highway 1 in the outskirts of the city, adjacent to the Grand Plaza Hotel, official race headquarters in La Paz at the Fidepaz Marina.
OFF-ROAD LIVE Race Week Festivities will cover everything through November 12-18. Pre-race festivities include for the first time, the vastly popular tech and contingency of all vehicles and the SCORE Manufacturer’s Midway being held over two days on Boulevard Costero in front of the Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center. Contingency will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and pre-race tech will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for motorcycles, quads and UTVs on Tuesday (November 14) and for cars and trucks on Wednesday (November 15) at the same times.
The BAJA 1000 Awards Fiesta will be held in La Paz starting at 7 p.m. (PT) on Saturday (November 18).
VIVA BAJA SAFARI! As it has for over four decades, Baja Racing has put together another memorable race course for the 2017 BAJA 1000, this one is a point-to-point race, with all of the foreboding, unforgiving terrain that both the northern state and southern state of the majestic Baja California peninsula has to offer. This LIVE! ONLINE race course event of 1,134.40 miles is the year’s golden course. In Baja, Mexico the Baja Racing News LIVE! event will have five physical checkpoints along the way to the finish, 149 virtual checkpoints and 20 speed-zones.
GREEN FLAG! Starting in the heart of Ensenada in front of the historic Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center, the course travels east to Ojos Negros before launching its weaving way south to the finish line in La Paz. The five checkpoints will be located at Coco’s Corner (race mile 312.30), Mujica Baja Sur (RM 524.22), near Loreto (RM 784.11), road crossing at the Lopez Mateos Highway (RM 930.58) and at Loma Amarilla (RM 1,033.65).
MONSTER Mike, Host of the iconic OFF-ROAD LIVE!
'ONLINE OFF-ROAD' STORM will Host the entire Celebration through the BAJA 1000 Race-Week.
Hours to go, Then GREEN FLAG!
Results from Quals in Vegas:
Robby Gordon Takes First Off-The Line for the 50th BAJA 1000!
Rob Mac Second and Brandon Arthur driving for Andy McMillin/Tavo Vildosola Third...
From Las Vegas Tuesday Night.
Trophy Truck & Class 1 Quals
The Dog & Pony Show From SEMA
Published By: Gary Newsome
Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico