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Monday, May 29, 2017

LIVE! BAJA 500 2017 Death Race! May 29 - June 4

Who's Gonna Die?! *RaceWeek Starts Today*

**CLICK HERE! BAJA 500 KICK-OFF**

***CLICK HERE FOR THE Pre-Running Map***

*CLICK HERE FOR Gary's 'Who's Gonna Die!                  Death Odds!*



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LIVE! BAJA 500 2017 Death Race!
ONLINE COVERAGE SCHEDULE

*Monday, May 29; BAJA 500 RaceWeek Kick-Off 4PM WEST*
*Thursday, June 1; LIVE! Qualifying 9AM-1PM
*Friday, June 2; Contingency LIVE! Ensenada, Baja Mexico* *LIVE! MONSTER Mikes GARAGE-Street Party! 6PM-12 MidNight*
*Saturday, June 3; RaceDay Coverage Starts at 5AM, Moto-Racers Start at 5:30AM, Four Wheel Racers Start at 10AM *  20 Hour Race *
 
 

Baja 500 2017 Death Race! ONLINE COVERAGE

RaceWeek ONLINE Started on Monday, May 29 on OFF-ROAD LIVE! 

Find out 'Who's Gonna Die?!' ONLINE only at BajaRacingNews.com

The announced "SCORE-International Draw" for this race, were hand chosen by race sanction owner,  Roger Norman. There was no actual "pull".

"The Roger Norman SCORE Draw-Pull" and "Qualifying"

On Thursday, June 1, qualifying for starting positions will be held for the 'Trophy Truck', 'Trophy Truck Legend', the unlimited 'Class 1' and 'Trophy Truck Spec.' classes only. Qualifying will be held on a special course near Ensenada and is not open to the public. The 'start drawing' or "pull" for these classes has determined their respective qualifying 'start order'. It's complicated and simple, Roger tries to control everything.

While the majority of the entries in these top classes are expected to qualify, those who elect not to will be given the remaining start positions in the elapsed-time race based on the original drawing or entry into the race within their respective classes. Qualifying is closed to the public because of safety concerns, but taped highlights of qualifying will be shown starting Thursday evening (June 1) on  BajaRacingNews.com Official Race Coverage Website.

"Drawing" the first for the qualifying runs in their respective classes were Casey Currie in SCORE Trophy Truck, Matt Cullen in Class 1 and Lee Banning in Trophy Truck Spec. Trophy Truck Legend for drivers over 50 years old will qualify and race with Trophy Truck 'equipment', but will be timed in their own class. You know, old-guy stuff!


Desert Off-Road Race

The race event is 515.77 miles in length, at 20 hours in time duration at Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. Our LIVE! race event coverage is an elapsed-time desert off-road race with staggered starts as the green flag will drop first on Saturday (June 3) for the motorcycles and quads at 5:30 a.m. (PDT) and approximately 10 a.m. (PDT) for the cars, trucks and UTVs. 

This race course encompasses five physical checkpoints—North of Johnson’s Ranch, Morellia Junction, North of San Felipe on Highway 5, Nuevo Junction and El Mezcal before Ojos Negros. It also has approximately 95 virtual checkpoints. There are also 14 speed zones (37 miles per hour or 60 miles per hour) for a total of 55.53 total miles of the 513.67-mile race course.

This course is different than last year’s course. Last year it had much more desert, it went up the Summit (exposing the racers to record, life threatening and life ending - heat, which killed two competitors last year!) and this year it goes to the coast. There are also sections that haven’t been raced on for a number of years and a few sections that SCORE has never race on before. Other towns and landmarks the course goes through or near are Ensenada Arroyo, Piedras Gordas, Ojos Negros, Uruapan, Santo Tomás, Erendira, Johnson’s Ranch, Colonet, Jaramillo, Hacienda Sinaloa on San Telmo Rd., Rancho El Coyote, Mike’s Sky Rancho, San Matias, the Diablo Dry Lake bed, San Felipe, Valle de Trinidad, The Goat Trail, Nuevo Junction and Santa Catarina.

The race has a 20-hour time limit from the time each vehicle starts to become an official finisher.
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 Total Entries 191 (as of 5/18/17)  

BAJA 500 Racers entered in time for start draw, starting order, from start draw, by class:
Pro Cars & Trucks TROPHY TRUCK (34)(Qualifying order)22 Casey Currie23 Dan McMillin9 Armin Schwarz77 Robby Gordon1 Carlos Lopez*21L Gustavo Vildosola85 Mike Lawrence41 Justin Lofton31 Andy McMillin97 B.J. Baldwin91 Troy Herbst11 Rob MacCachren19 Tim Herbst33 Todd Tuls30 Robbie Pierce16 Cameron Steele*84L Nick Vanderwey3 Mark Post53 Todd Romano58 Tracy Graf15 Billy Wilson*96L Larry Roeseler21 Gustavo Vildosola Jr94 Steve Strobel7 Bryce Menzies50 Zak Langley10 Aaron Ampudia*5L Clyde Stacy76 Jesse Jones60 Cole Potts6 Larry Connor4 Justin Matney83 Luke McMillin45 Gary Magness*SCORE TT LEGEND (4)Your Time of the MonthShop for Playtex® Sport® Compacttampons at Walmart and save $1!CLASS 1 (12)(Qualifying order)105 Matt Cullen104 Rob Archibald138 Brian Wilson199 Cody Robinson150 Morgan Langley111 Mike Malloy153 Brad Wilson188 Sergio Salgado168 Shelby Reid187 Ryan Sharman106 Derek Fletcher-2nd RS121 Pat Bell-1st RSTROPHY TRUCK SPEC (16)(Qualifying order)255 Lee Banning299 Charles Dorrance211 Pat Sims213 Matthew Lopez227 Jonathan Brenthel222 Pete Sohren274 Elias Hanna280 Andrew Myers250 John Langley229 Brian Goldstein224 Paul Nauleau271 Carey Chrisman232 Chelsea Magness201 Russell Buehler220 Craig Christy251 Joe Lombardo-RSHAMMER TRUCK UNLTD (1)4401 Joshua BertschyCLASS 10 (16)1068 Cody Reid1085 Justin Davis1096 Steve Baron1081 Todd Winslow1048 Kevin Price1032 Chip Prescott1092 Reinaldo Varela1033 Dimas Diaz1043 Scott Youngren1002 Clay Lawrence1060 Armando Boehme1064 Justin Buckley1023 Broc Dickerson1062 J.J. Schnarr1000 Rafael Navarro IV1045 Travis ClarkeCLASS 8 (3)812 Miguel Padilla844 Noah Ostanik852 Spencer MorganCLASS 1/2-1600 (7)1611 Elizandro Yee1625 Eric Pavolka1623 Mario Estrella1601 Roberto Romo1603 Oscar Alvarez1619 Victor Celis1662 Rick Boyer-1st RSSCORE LITES (9)1215 Juan Gallo C.1216 Matt Ferrato1257 Michael Cooper1208 Rich Roberts1240 Miguel Bonilla1247 Wes McKenzie1222 Rafael Aguirre1202 Matias Arjona IV1212 Martin Lizarraga-RSHEAVY METAL (1)8066 Don HatchCLASS 7 (6)737 Dallas Luttrell709 Jeff Proctor719 Mark Johnson704 Aaron Celiceo701 Brandon Walsh700 Dan ChamleePro UTV FI (26)2998 Bill Whittington2913 Branden Sims2989 Wes Miller2905 Marc Burnett2936 Jacob Carver2971 Wayne Matlock2944 Shane Redline2946 Jose Juarez2990 Steve Smith2917 Derek Murray2975 Mike Cafro2914 Tyler Walker2977 Justin Elenburg2918 Justin Lambert2919 Brandon Schueler2931 Craig Scanlon2912 Tony Riggs2916 Cody Rahders2948 Matt Burroughs2968 Christine Giampaoli Zonca2910 Scott Trafton2967 Anthony Perez2904 Cory Sappington2929 Paul Wadlington2949 Alonso Lopez2930 Sean CookPro UTV (11)1955 Paul Champion1998 Don Whittington1962 Dodge Poelman1985 Adrian Orellana1907 Daniel Parker1906 Mark Levrett1912 Dave Sparks1954 Kristen Matlock1950 J.T. Holmes1922 Aldo Salazar-2nd RS1925 Matt Scarpuzzi-1st RSCLASS 5-1600 (3)557 Mario Ledezma582 Rodolfo Martinez577 Luis HerreraCLASS 3 (1)349 Ken LeavittBAJA CHALLENGE (1)BC1 Marco GonzalesSTOCK FULL (1)8125 Cooper Reynolds Gross-RSCLASS 7SX (1)741 Gerardo Novelo O.CLASS 11 (2)1156 Art Penner1111 Eric Solorzano-1st RSPro MotorcyclesPRO MOTO UNLIMITED (7)33x Garrett Poucher3x Ray Dal Soglio66x Santiago Creel23x Mark Winkelman70x Dylan Montanaro10x Skyler Howes45x Francisco ArredondoPRO MOTO 30 (7)300x Ryan Liebelt360x Santiago Creel303x Luis Gomez328x Glen Scherer307x Tony Wenck333x Chad Thornton311x Rodrigo Alvarez-1st RSPRO MOTO 40 (2)400x Jano Montoya411x Colie PotterPRO MOTO LIMITED (5)100x Jim O’Neal114x Rodolfo Patron160x Santiago Creel103x Connor Pankratz107x Ulises FierroPRO MOTO 50 (7)509x Seiji Kubota512x Akhiro Saito5 06x Mark Adams549x Robert Gates550x Bill Sekeres510x Giovanni Spinali500x Marty GomezPRO MOTO IRONMAN (2)721x Jose Carrasco724x CA White JrPRO MOTO 60 (3)601x Robert Dunlap609x Donald Lewis-2nd RS600x Mark Hawley-1st RSPro QuadsPro Quad (1)2a Donald HigbeeSportsmanSPT M/C (5)237x Bobby Wilbanks283x Miguel Pena207x Sidney Marchand225x Alberto Morales222x Hideyuko FukuoakuSPT QUAD (1)108a Eduardo Palacios.

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The Greatest Threat To Baja Racing...
The Careless Sponsors of SCORE

Ensenada Opinion: El Vigia News
No Respect to The People/The Land-CLICKY 

WHORE-SCORE and its sponsors slaughter the public with no mercy in last years event, 
last BAJA 1000 GORE-SCORE cuts-off his leg and kills racer, THE DEATH RACES!

Holly Luhtala calls 'FAST-AID organization'
the "slime-scam of racing", BREAKING NEWS! 

Dani Mathers 'Pleads No Contest' in public shaming case in Los Angeles! CLICKY

Vildosola Racing Gets Bit in Ensenada!
Theft of Big American team just the usual... 

Confusion, Misdirection and Numerous Accidents in Ensenada...Time to Stop Races in town! 

Montel Williams is in Baja Bailing Out
Cameron Steele's Desert Assassins   

DEAD BODY FOUND AT SCENIC HIGHWAY 
TJ-ENS KM86 Salsipuedes 'Get Out If You Can!'


OPINION
Tuesday, May 23

SCORE IS INCAPABLE OF MEETING THE MINIMUM SAFETY REQUIREMENTS OF EXECUTING ITS RACE EVENTS IN ENSENADA.

OVER 17 YEARS, SCORE HAS PROVEN ITSELF INCAPABLE PROVIDING THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS TO THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND LOCAL EJIDOS. 

*MOVE THE RACE STARTS TO OJOS NEGRO, TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC AND THE SPORT, NOW!*
Gary Newsome, Editor and Publisher














UPDATED!
Monday, May 29
Death Race BAJA 500 2017
BAJA RACING NEWS BULLETIN!
Original Publish Date: May 15, 2017

CLICK HERE! Ensenada In-Town Accidents 

Caused By SCORE-International Negligence

*NOW! LAND OWNERS SAY THE SCORE RACERS WILL PAY!!!
 "We will take their trucks & money and beat them into Ensenada", said the Ejidero. "Course blockades will stop all pre-runners this weekend, starting Friday, May 19."

*LAND OWNERS DEMAND $19,000
BEFORE MAY 20 or NO PRE-RUNS
OR BAJA 500/1000 RACE EVENTS!

After 15 years of race administration negligence, 
"GRADE OUR ROADS OR ELSE!"

This is an ongoing major problem with the fail race sanction. CLICKY 

The local comments:

Diana Verdugo:  "They do not do it because the Department of "Land Management" does not allow everything that has to do with Off-road that endangers the irresponsible fans who also ignore the limits where they are told to be, the insurance of these Events are very high because of the deaths that have occurred many times. No one of these from the low 1000 could pay neither half of the insurance nor the millionaire fines for each accident. In Ensenada they are allowed to pass because those who have died have never known whether they paid compensation to the families of the deceased or if they have been charged with millionaire fines for accidents."


Carlos Ruben Almazan Gonzalez · UMLA: 
"Are our taxes really working? Grading streets in our neighborhoods, starting with the dirt streets and roads, we walk to the races and the neighbors are covering the ditches (potholes) with trash!

Jorge Navarrete · "Hopefully they will take their careers to Namibia or Uganda or to see where they are but that is not the tourism that Baja California needs - because they do not do it in California? Because Californians do not want it there - dust, noise, damage to the ecosystem and roads."


Leonel Romero · Ensenada, Baja California: "Take it to the Mohave Desert in Nevada, there you have thousands of square kilometers to do it and make an excellent circuit".

Carlos Rampa Romero · Ensenada, Baja California:
"This event is a tradition in our city for more than 40 years, somehow the shops of Ensenada benefit both in the downtown area and in the places where they pass the races, in addition it is an event recognized worldwide as it is possible That there are citizens who do not want it here, you just have to meet the ejidatarios".

Dalila Mercado Guzmán-Román · Ensenada, Baja California:
 "I hope it's true and if they close it or take it far, far, far AWAY ... !!!" 

Melba Castro · CUT:
"What happens is that the ejidatarios already take it as a little chicken of the golden eggs, they are given the money and then they want more because they know the route, and then some even ask the organizers to pass the race for their ranch to take Debts the leaders and do not distribute to their members. Corruption in all areas, blessed Mexico that all supports".

Diana Verdugo:
"Of course, if this is the case, the ejidatarios meet once a month with them alone at their monthly assembly and there alone no one else decides what they are going to raise in price or what tarugada occurs to them, usually ejidatarios own owners of wells Water, of machines scabadoras, of all they are the owners and one of them relative to compadre is the commissariat or delegates of those ejidos, so all are in the hands of those vividores that nobody is watching to them the abuses that they do with the people of the Towns or in this case the Baja 1000 is pure tale of them and they got together to take exhibition of all ... See more".

Benigno Franco Castro · Tijuana, Baja California 
"Is greater damage that is caused to the ecosystem, ... than the economic benefit of a few ........ damages are irreparable, but that does not matter if there are $$$$$$$$$".

Miguel Aldamarin
"Corrupt officials and thieves, scammers and liars. They can not finish fixing the city and they already want their museum. We will celebrate the resuscitated citizens the day they eliminate such polluting events as these. Slim ejidatarios ...!"

UPDATED! MAY 18 DETAILS

Guillermo Villavicencio Gonzalez · UABC Mexicali:
"REGARDLESSLY WE ARE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE COMMENTARY OF ENRIQUE SALAZAR EVERY YEAR ALWAYS IS THE SAME AS THE EJIDO LEADERS AGAINST THE RACES.  AMBULANCES ARE READY SO ON THE  DAY OF THE RACES. ALL THE PEOPLE MAKE MONEY, SELLING BURRITOS WATERS SODAS, PALETAS. ALL THE RACE ORGANIZERS ALSO HIS LEADERS ALSO WANT HIS MOCHADA AND THERE WILL GIVE THEM IN PROTURISM IN WHEN AMADOR ARTEAGA IS CERTAIN ALWAYS FIGHTING AGAINST LOCAL TRADERS ON THE STREETS.

AMADOR WANTS IT STOPPED AND THE PROFITS BE GIVEN TO THE STATE PROTURISMO AND ANDALE CALLADITO THIS NO SAYS NOTHING WAS NOTHING GIVEN HIS CHACK VACANT FIFTEEN DAYS AND THERE IS WELL ALONE IT DOES NOT SAY ANY OF THE MARIES OF THE PROLIFERATION OF VAGOS IN THE FIRST STREET STREET COMPLETELY STAYED SOLD FOR ONE S COINS."

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS MAY 15


AMERICAN KIDNAPPING FOILED IN ROSARITO BY LOCALS REPORTING AND GOOD COPS!
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BAJA RACING NEWS BULLETIN!
May 10, 2017


***CLICK HERE FOR THE Pre-Running Map***

CLICK HERE FOR THE PROPOSED COURSE MAP 

The BAJA 500 2017 will go over to MONSTER Mikes Sky Rancho! The serialized June course is going to the coast first (ON THE BEACH!), Erendira and then South to Colonet. 


This race event will feature a race course, hand chosen by Roger Norman along with Race Director Jose A. Grijalva, of approximately 515 miles. It will run in a counter clockwise direction. The first and last 19.5 miles will be shared course outbound and in bound. Starting and finishing once again in the heart of Ensenada in front of the Riviera del Pacifico Cultural Center, it will quickly leave the pavement and headup the spectator-friendly Ensenada Arroyo for two miles as it heads out of town.  The event includes high-speed dirt trails, sandy,rocky and silty natural terrain, majestic Baja washes and canyons, stretches along the seashore with elevations from sea level to over 3,000 feet. This year’s course will have five physical checkpoints—North of Johnson’s Ranch, Morellia Junction, North of San Felipe on Highway 5, Nuevo Junction and El Mezcal before Ojos Negros. 

This course is different than last year’s course. Last year it had much more desert, it went up the Summit and this year it goes to the coast. Reflecting on the course, Grijalva commented, “This course is tough and very technical, more rain damage than other years and it's long with over 465 miles on the dirt, leaving less than 48 miles on pavement. The course from Jaramillo to San Telmo Road and up to Rancho Coyote has not been raced for many years and will be new to many racers. There is also a new trail we will race on after the Goat Trail that has never been raced on before.”

Other towns and landmarks the course goes through or near are Ensenada Arroyo, Piedras Gordas, Ojos Negros, Uruapan, Santo Tomás, Erendira, Johnson's Ranch, Colonet, Jaramillo, Hacienda Sinaloa on San Telmo Rd.,Rancho El Coyote, Mike's Sky Rancho, San Matias, the Diablo Dry Lake bed,San Felipe, Valle de Trinidad, The Goat Trail, Nuevo Junction and Santa Catarina.

CLICK HERE FOR LAST YEARS
OUTRAGE, BAJA 500 2016-
CHILD RUN-OVER-KILLED AND
TWO RACERS DIE ON THE COURSE!




CLICK HERE FOR THE 2015 BAJA 500 Desert Off-Road Race LIVE! Replay

CLICK HERE FOR THE 2015 BAJA 500 Pre-Race Events

CLICK HERE FOR THE 2015 BAJA 500 Pre-Green-Flag

AND BAJA 500 ARCHIVES! 

BAJA 500 2014
The Bloody Battle!


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BAJA 500 2013
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All-Time Overall 4wheel & 2wheel champions (1969 through 2016)
Year—DRIVERS/RIDERS, VEHICLE
1969—Bud Ekins/Guy Jones, Baja Boot-Olds
Doug Douglas/Jim McClurg, Ducati
1970—Parnelli Jones, Ford
Bill Silverthorn/Gene Fetty, Husqvarna
1971—Bobby Ferro, Funco-VW
Malcolm Smith/J.N. Roberts, Husqvarna
1972—Bobby Ferro, Sandmaster-VW
Gene Fetty/Bill Silverthorn, Honda
1973—Parnelli Jones, Ford
Howard Utsey/Mickey Quade, Husqvarna
1974—Bobby Ferro, Sandmaster-VW
Mitch Mayes/A.C. Bakken, Husqvarna
1975—Ivan Stewart, Funco-VW
Larry Roeseler/Bruce Ogilvie, Harley-Davidson
1976—Bobby Ferro/Ivan Stewart, Funco-VW
Larry Roeseler/A.C. Bakken, Husqvarna
1977—Ivan Stewart, Chenowth-VW
Larry Roeseler/Jack Johnson, Husqvarna
1978—Bud Feldkamp/Malcolm Smith, Funco-VW
Brent Wallingsford/Scot Harden, Husqvarna
1979—Malcolm Smith/Bud Feldkamp, Funco-VW
Jack Johnson, Husqvarna
1980—Bob Gordon, Chenowth-Chevy
Bruce Ogilvie/Chuck Miller, Yamaha
1981—Malcolm Smith/Bill Newbury, Chenowth-Chevy
Larry Roeseler/Bruce Ogilvie, Yamaha
1982—Larry Ragland, Funco-VW
Larry Roeseler/Chuck Miller, Yamaha
1983—Corky & Scott McMillin, Chenowth-VW
Dan Ashcraft, Husqvarna
1984—Larry Ragland, Chaparral-VW
Dan Smith/Dan Ashcraft, Husqvarna
1985—Ron Gardner/Bud Feldkamp, Funco-VW
Kurt Pfeiffer/Scot Harden, Husqvarna
1986—Corky & Scott McMillin, Chenowth-Porsche
Garth Sweetland/Scot Harden, Husqvarna
1987—Bob Gordon/Tim Crabtree, Chenowth-Porsche
Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicutt Jr, Kawasaki
1988—Mark McMillin, Chenowth-Porsche
Dan Ashcraft/Kurt Pfeiffer, Yamaha
1989—Robby Gordon, Ford
(no motorcycles)
1990—Robby Gordon, Ford
Larry Roeseler/Danny LaPorte, Kawasaki
1991—Ivan Stewart, Toyota
Garth Sweetland/Paul Krause, Kawasaki
1992—Ivan Stewart, Toyota
Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicutt Jr/Paul Krause, Kawasaki
1993—Ivan Stewart, Toyota
Danny Hamel/Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicutt Jr, Kawasaki
1994—Ivan Stewart, Toyota (SCORE Trophy Truck)
Dave Ashley/Dan Smith, Ford
Paul Krause/Ted Hunnicutt Jr, Kawasaki
1995—Curt LeDuc, Jeep (SCORE Trophy Truck)
Mike Julson/Bob Lofton, Jimco-VW
Paul Krause/Craig Smith, Kawasaki
1996—Rob MacCachren, Ford (SCORE Trophy Truck)
Troy Herbst, Smithbuilt, Smithbuilt-Porsche
Paul Krause/Ty Davis, Kawasaki
1997—Ivan Stewart, Toyota (SCORE Trophy Truck)
Mark McMillin, Jimco-Porsche
Johnny Campbell/Bruce Ogilvie, Honda
1998—Ivan Stewart, Toyota
Johnny Campbell/Bruce Ogilvie, Honda
1999—Ivan Stewart, Toyota
Jonah Street/Torsten Borstrom, Honda
2000—Larry Ragland, Chevy
Jonah Street/Steve Hengeveld, Honda
2001—Mark McMillin, Jimco-Chevy
Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda
2002—Troy Herbst/Larry Roeseler, Smithbuilt-Ford
Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda
2003—Troy Herbst/Larry Roeseler, Smithbuilt-Ford
Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda
2004—Alan Pflueger, Chevy
Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda
2005—Robby Gordon, Chevy
Mike Childress/Mouse McCoy, Honda
2006—Brian Collins/Larry Ragland, Chevy
Robby Bell/Kendall Norman, Honda
2007—Larry Ragland/Brian Collins, Chevy
Robby Bell/Kendall Norman/Steve Hengeveld, Honda
2008—B.J. Baldwin, Chevy
Robby Bell/Kendall Norman, Honda
2009—Harley Letner/Kory Halopoff, Tatum-Chevy
Bill Boyer/Donnie De Arman/Nicholas Blais/Rudy Iribe, Honda
2010—Andy McMillin/Scott McMillin, Ford
Kendall Norman/Quinn Cody, Honda
2011—Bryce Menzies, Ford
Kendall Norman/Quinn Cody, Honda
2012—Bryce Menzies, Ford
Robby Bell/David Pearson/Steve Hengeveld, Kawasaki
2013—Robby Gordon, Chevy
Timmy Weigand/Colton Udall/David Kamo, Honda
2014—Bryce Menzies, Ford
Ricky Brabec/David Pearson/Max Eddy Jr, Kawasaki
2015—Carlos Lopez, Chevy
Ricky Brabec/Max Eddy Jr/Justin Morgan/Ian Young, Kawasaki
2016—Gus Vildosola Jr, Ford
Colton Udall, Mark Samuels, Honda
 


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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

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TODAY! Sunday, April 16 DEATH RACES SUNDAY PAPER SPECIAL! UPDATED! CLICK HERE

NEW! CLICK HERE LIVE! Show File  Monday 4PM!

"Back in the days when I worked at National Speed Sport News, Chris Economaki told me that in the 1940s and ‘50s, it was a given that there would be at least one fatality every week at a racetrack somewhere in America. It’s mind-boggling to think that drivers regularly getting killed was the norm". Now at SCORE-International, one person dies at EVERY race event!(Current average [racer & spectator deaths] under RogerNorman)
                          ***

LIVE! BAJA 1000 2017 50th SCORE

 
                5-25-2017 LIVE! UPDATES!!!

ON THE BEACH Desert Racing News and Information! CLICK HERE 

BAJA 1000 2017 DEATH RACE LIVE! COVERAGE LAUNCH!

The Greatest Threat To Baja Racing...
The Careless Sponsors of SCORE

Ensenada Opinion: El Vigia News
No Respect to The People/The Land-CLICKY 

CLICK HERE FOR THE LIVE! COVERAGE
OF THE BAJA 500 2017 DEATH RACE!


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Sunday, April 02, 2017

San Felipe 250 LIVE Reporting 2017

San Felipe 250 2017 LIVE! COMPLETE COVERAGE Read more »

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Roger Norman orders EMT - Chopper to NOT ASSIST racer suffering from the loss of four fingers. CASE STUDY OF THE DEATH RACESS


The DEATH RACES!!!
***UPDATED December 21, 2016***

Original Story:
December 11, 2016
Gary Newsome, Publisher
BajaRacingNews.com

***Roger Norman has butchered the helicopter rescue response service of SCORE International.

During the ownership of Sal Fish, emergency medical responses through the races, improved over time.

During the ownership of Roger Norman, emergency medical responses through the races has declined in quantity and quality.

One example of Roger Normans direct supervision over the system comes from EMT Raymond Gray, during the Baja 1000 2013. In violation of direct orders from SCORE owner, Roger Norman, Raymond Gray ordered a SCORE hired chopper pilot to assist in an emergency medical landing during the race event.

Gray was using his fully outfitted 4x4 based out of San Felipe when he received the call of a disabled/injured rider from Mark Prince's Team and that both rider and bike where being brought in via land vehicle. 

Once Raymond assessed the injuries he ORDERED the SCORE Helicopter to land and take the injured rider into San Felipe Airport. SCORE argued through the Helicopter pilot, they COULD NOT and WOULD NOT take the time out, to assist the badly injured rider.

EMT Gray then yelled over the 151.625 frequency (Weatherman Channel): "No! We are not going to wait for one of your "meat wagons" to pick up this injured rider, you will come and land right here and right now!"

SCORE Operations and Roger Norman directly ordered the chopper, with EMT Gray to NOT ASSIST a racer in danger of losing his life and limb.

The racer had four fingers severed. His fingers were mangled in the rear sprocket.

Near Coco-Corner, just north of Checkpoint 2 in the San Felipe area, a Class 50 racer was calling out for help after having four of his fingers severed during racing in the 2013, SCORE sanction Baja 1000. 

After 50 minutes of arguing with SCORE Operations, EMT Gray countermanded SCORE, who was ordering the chopper to NOT ASSIST the racer. 

Finally the Chopper pilot landed against SCORE's wishes and Raymond made sure they took the racer/rider to the airport at which time he called the States and made arrangements for the bike to be picked up and taken home.

During the following SCORE event, the San Felipe race in 2014, EMT Gray offered to SCORE a complete Search and Rescue EMT based response team. SCORE responded, "we don't need you".

Gray hasn't been back to a SCORE event since. EMT Gray went further, once the Norman era is over at SCORE, Gray said, "he has 20 EMT professionals that want to contribute to greater safety at the Baja races"!

Baja Racing News LIVE! EXCLUSIVE

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

SCORE-International/Roger Norman Race Rescue Fraud? The shell game "Gambler" Roger Norman plays with racers lives in desert off-road racing, in Mexico


SCORE-International/Roger Norman Race Rescue Fraud?
BFGoodrich Tires-Michelin
supports continued death racing!

UPDATED! December 20, 2016 
Gary Newsome, Publisher 

***EMT Raymond Gray relates his story of the Baja 1000 2013, operated by Roger Norman. 
The events that clearly tell you what Roger Norman is all about! SEE THE UPDATE BELOW

**BajaRacingNews.com has interviewed the SCORE involved helicopter companies. MORE>>>

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Saturday, December 03, 2016

Mark Luhtala Dies from injuries sustained at the Baja 1000 2016

UPDATE! December 23, 2016
See 11-25 Editorial below.
November 23, 2016 NEWS:
 
Mark Luhtala Dies from injuries sustained at the Baja 1000

Memorial Services Dec. 10, 2016

The UPDATED SCORE helicopter SCAM!!! CLICK HERE


SCORE says nothing about Marks death, until TV News Report exposes SCORE medical emergency crisis!

Cutting back on all costs, costs lives. CLICK HERE


"He passed away this evening. Trusting he is in the arms of Jesus. We are all stunned".
Mark Luhtala Family member.

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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Andrew Grimshaw is the Roger Norman employee who attempted to cover-up the facts of the death of famed world wide athlete, Kurt Caselli

SCORE MUST BE PROUD OF ITS COVER-UPS!

Start at 1:17 to 1:19:30, when announcer George Antill tells a fabricated story of a "head injury to the KTM 2x". Just one of the fabrications told by Roger Norman and the 'racing sanction', SCORE-International, relating to the Caselli death events of that evening.

Roger Norman and Andrew Grimshaw cover-up Death of Kurt Caselli

The motorcycle finish of the Baja 1000 2013. As Kurt Caselli is "Lost In The Desert" and dies.

Another announced WHOPPER, "the Honda rider 'jumps (as in the lie the chopper didn't land) out of the Honda chopper' and continues to ride the "crashed" bike to the finish line"

The FACTS...the Honda chopper LANDED

Thus begins one of the BIGGEST BADDEST secret operations in desert off-road racing history! Stay Tuned>>>


The ORIGINAL title of the ESPN story, was "LOST IN THE DESERT". Because SCORE was buying the TV show from the same source, the title of the 'journalistic sports piece' (ESPN) was CHANGED. Roger forced the issue with the TV suits. Changed to 'Casellis last ride'.  Just more of the same - COVER-UPS.

If you start watching the video from the beginning, watch Johnny Campbell, he knows the entire, disgusting story. At that very moment.

Shortly after these proceedings HONDA and KTM refused to continue to race in SCORE International events. Why? 


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