Thursday, August 21, 2008
BLM calls and threatens desert off-road racing in the west
The Federal Agency phoned Sal Fish with the threats. In an interview last night, Sal Fish, President of SCORE International exposed that he was called by the BLM and threatened, from the results of the recent SNORE race incidents. "We may not get a permit to hold a race", Sal said last night. "The SNORE race (and Jamie Fagan) generated so much hate, emails, phone calls, that the BLM called me about our next race".
The Bureau of Land Management is reeling after a tidal wave of complaints, threats and general rancor against the agency after reports from the last SNORE race that many BLM officers abused their authority in activities during the Nevada off-road race, several weeks ago.
Calls went out from Jamie Fagan and others to blanket the supervisors of the officers in question, to report and complain about the actions of the federal badges. The BLM has been contacted for this story.
In Sal Fish of SCORE reporting that "the BLM called me (him)", "threats against racing in the next PRIMM race might cause the permit for the race to be cancelled", occurred after the wave of complaints about the SNORE race incidents and after Baja Racing News contacted the BLM about the story.
Baja Racing News.com is following this BLOCKBUSTER story closely.
Gary Newsome, Editor.
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
""MEXICO - Mexican pilot René Reyes Aguirre, national champion of Supercross, was assassinated in Juárez City, border with the United States, along with two colleagues his by a commando armed, informed the Mexican Federation of Motociclismo today (FMM). When confirming the crime, that took place yesterday, the FMM made circulate in its page Web a condolencia note in which it lamented the decease of the sportsmen and maintained that " they were victims of the violence that lamentably this living chihuahua (state northern to that Juárez City belongs) and the country completo". According to the electronic edition of the Newspaper of Chihuahua, a armed commando entered the house where he was Kings, of 24 years of age, next to the other two pilots, Jose Refuge Ontiveros and Andres Blackberry, and shot against them. " We reprobate and we were sorry deeply that the sport, like many other scopes, is private of talented Mexican and still more of friendly deeply wanted and considered by ours comunidad" , it affirmed the Federation. René Third was five times Mexican champion of Experts SX1 of Supercross, the last one in 2008, and between its international profits they emphasize his happens in 2004 to the Main Event of the United States, that reunites to the 20 best ones of the world. Also the harvested bronze medal east year in the Latin American championship and the seventh place in the same contest in 2006. The sportsman comprised of a family of recognized motorcyclists headed by his father and his brother, deceased as a result of cancer in past January. Today, the organizations of motorcyclists of Chihuahua realise a march of protest by the violent death of their three companions. That state of the northwest of the country has registered in which it goes of the year more than thousand murders of the organized crime, very over the second of the list, Sinaloa, that takes average thousand of more than 2,700 entered in an unofficial registry by the newspaper the Universal one.""
Early Report from August 15, 2008
Sunday, August 17, 2008
Barry Blue of Carlsbad, continues his hatred of the local police department. His families business and their residences are all in Carlsbad, California. Here is Barrys view of the local police department:
"All I have to say is that the Carlsbad Police Department simply don't do their jobs, who goes to a house to repo a supposed stolen car and release it the same day to the accuser with no evidence and no investigation. Carlsbad PD has also been know to "help their own" so maybe if this guy really is a cop, then it was just a buddy buddy deal and took his word for it, which is BS...I say Christian you call Internal Affairs for Carlsbad and the Dept. he works at, and explain to them what happened. You gotta do something man, 17k is alot of dough and this guy is laughing his way to the bank thinking he got away with it. And now trying to sell the car."
UPDATE October 19, 2008
From Barry Blue Losers Myspace: "Sometimes its not that you win... its just that the other guy loses worse." Male, 23 years old, Carlsbad , California."
Pictured: Loser Barry Blue
After a hate filled myspace page and website were closed down, it was revealed Barry Blue added content to the sites. He posted pictures of himself and text. If you are sensitive to disturbing content, please DO NOT read on.
Barry posted homophobic oriented text, violence oriented threats and a very strange statement: "I personally have been scammed/ripped off". No scam or rip-off happened, it's been two years and no official or unofficial (BBB) papers have been filed in relation to Barry Blues comment. L-O-S-E-R.
SUMMARY: Barry Blue and his family of Carlsbad should be avoided at all costs. Beware, their property in Carlsbad California is a known problem to the local Chamber of Commerce. Many, many problems. If you have any contact whatsoever with these complete losers, file a complaint with the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce. Keep a copy of the Carlsbad Police Department phone number handy.
January 22, 2008
The official response from Barry Blue after being called out for being a liar, no-talent by BRN, no denial, Barry Blue eMailed this to us: "Hey thanks for the publicity, douche...you just got me like 20 hits on my site, and a sponsor op.. Good Work!!!".
The Original Story:
Wasn't Barry Blue the guy that said someone messed with his engine at a Terribles Race in Las Vegas and that was the reason that Barry Blue didn't go back onto the track? Barry, get a grip! If your motor takes a crap on you and you blame it on a race promotor from Cabo Mexico, that's a Britney Spears move, 5150 dude. Keep posting that stuff, it gives us at Baja Racing News.com a job!
Barry, AKA, his chosen online username is 'chevyfuckface', promotes himself as being the youngest Class 1 driver, while not mentioning the teams only win came when Barry was not driving the Class 1 in the Baja Gran Prix. His newly named, DTA Racing Team pushes themselves as a serious team. When in reality, its Barry, Mom and Dad and whatever monkeys are willing to be volunteer deckhands.
Video of "DTA Racing 'Testing' at Plaster City"
Barry Blue did the video editing
Barry Blue is quoted as saying, "Ocean Palms Resort is a sponsor of mine". Truthfuly, Ocean Palms is owned by Barry Blue, Sr. Jr.'s dad. Jr. is a 'manager' at the resort. A small, family owned and operated joint that the local Chamber of Commerce has received enough complaints about, that, when questioned about the status of the resort, the chamber suggests leaving a written complaint with the consumer protection-business practices organization.
DTA Racing is not found in the race records of any desert racing organization. But, Barry Blue (Jr.) are. One race application, from 2006, shows the team name of 'Blues Brothers Racing', with the resorts address as the teams address. In 2006, the 'Blues Brothers' were out looking for sponsors. "It won't break", Barry and his co-driver would say of their recently purchased Baja Motorsports built Class 1 rated, Truggy. Suprisingly, they proceeded to make adjustments on the rig with plumbers wrenches. At the time, they said they needed a tool sponsor, among others.
From his most recent Sponsor House page, "Monday, February 19, 2007, Currently 21st out of 43 after the first race of the season in Class 1 in SCORE. We started 41st and moved up 16 places between Saturday and Sunday heats. We had overheating problems but did not break which caused us to slow down, now the problems are solved and we are ready for the San Felipe 250 on March 9th. We are starting 11th out of 39 in San Felipe. Look for the Baja Motorsports / DTA RACING / Ocean Palms Beach Resort Truggy #111...".
In the results section of the site, for Barry Blue.
"1/18/2007 Laughlin Desert Challenge-SCORE-Class 1, 21 out of 43
07/27/2006 Terribles Cup Results, Class 1 / 5th
08/10/2005 Baja Gran Prix-CODE-Class 1 / 1st".
The 2005 win in Jacume is a good win. Yes, CODE is a tiny series and the Class 1 field is non-existant, but, it's a win. Now, against a southern Baja field of Class 1's or SCORE or BITD, that's another story. But, if DTA Racing is for fun and just faking the 'serious race team', running a CODE or Superstition race, could produce some results in '08. Any series position for this team, is not in the cards.
The character issue. Barry Blue Jr. has publicly lied about his role in a 2006 Mexico race. Now, this may be a common tactic in So-Cal desert racing, to lie and bad mouth an experience that didn't lead to Baja glory or his decision not to race, such bull-shit is an obvious exposure that this team is not a serious racing team. They are well to do, posers. This is family fun racing, not, real racing.
He claimed he did not start the race because he was unsatisfied with the prerun done with Matt Carter. The reality, racing in a Mexican race against Mexicans in Mexico is for real teams, not lightweights. He backed out because Barry Blues team, realized what they were taking on. He also claimed he was 'scammed' out of his entry fee. A scam in so-cal, is when something doesn't go your way and the easy way out, is to say its a 'scam'. The race organizer in Mexico receipted the money and would not refund the entry fee. The Mexican race organizer gets 100% of the entry monies and they have a no-refund policy. Whhaaa!
Don't feel bad Barry Jr., even Nick Baldwin backed out of racing that race. And many more teams would rather dis the race, than race and risk everything, only for Baja Glory. In a word, badass. Heck, look what's happening now with all Baja racing, the weak are withering away.
Barry has turned out to be one of the biggest whiners, not one of the sports noted drivers, as is scammed by their own publicity. "He's nothing but a spoiled nontalent", said a recent race promoter. On a recent trip to Cabo, Mexico, to pre-run the 2006 CABO 500, Barry Blue ended up not driving much of the racecourse. Matt Carter, the guy that pre-ran Barry Blue for the CABO 500 2006, said of Barry's driving, "Jeff, the co-dog is a much better pilot, Barry could'nt drive if his life depended on it". "Jeff drove the Baja Gran Prix win in 2005".
Baja Racing News.com EXCLUSIVE
Fred Helm, of San Diego, pictured on the right, said about the picture above going public, "yes, one is director at Pinned (himself) and one is VP at VIO. Both are looking for a beer cart at this point...." He's a director at Pinned. The failed TV show. We still wonder if he's spending any more of the taxpayers time on stroking racers egos. Remember, he's the terror hunter!
Guess that's why he called his team BBR, "Big Belly Racing" for the Beer Gut! Fred Helm is the San Diego Police Detective who spends his spare time giving Best in the Desert racers what they want. Ego footage.
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The Original Story from August of 2008:
Hack Helm Boned in Baja
Fred Helm, newbie videodito of pinned tv, bbr(big belly racing)[affiliated now with sopwith, doing the bitd series] reports in on his baja boning during the Baja 1000.
The self described, "Terrorist Hunter/wanna be film maker", [now widely known as a San Diego Police Department Detective] Helm said, "We were hesitant to tell our story but not anymore... We were hired by Malcolm Smiths "Racing For Life" organization to shoot a tv show highlighting the race and at the same time raising money for the El Oasis Orphanage in VDT. We had written permission from the Mexican Government, Film Permits, Customs Dockets, Insurances, etc...[UNCONFIRMED] At RM 18 Malcolm was to hand the bike off to JN and get a ride back to start. When Malcolm arrived his chase truck was not there so one of my crew members offered to give the legend a ride back in a nondescript dually with no graphics. Just after dropping Malcolm off, the Mexican Military (not police) surrounded the truck with the young (20's) driver. They ordered him to follow the military vehicles which surrounded the truck. They "escorted" him to a military base out of town and detained him for three hours while they took the truck apart. After finding nothing they demanded $200 for their time. The driver turned his shorts pockets inside out to show he had absolutely no money. They threatened him and let him go. At the conclusion of the race, four crew members were driving back to states in the same truck when they were pulled over by a gang of Mexican Cops in TJ. The driver this time is savvy Mexico vet and tries to just "pay the fine" for driving too fast in a particular lane. All four occupants driven to the station where the truck is taken apart again and all the money held by the four guys was stolen, not asked for. All while shooting a TV documentary for one of their orphanages....hard not to be bitter..."
[Editors notes after the fact: Mexican Military units defer action when provided authorized documents. Namely, equipment and labor permits for television in Mexico. Advisory notices from Tourism officials, noting the people holding the documents and their reason for being in-country. The same holds true for legit law enforcement. No, what happened here is that Helm and the people he is affiliated with Badami, Pinned TV, et al, did not have the proper documents for what they were trying to do in Mexico. Otherwise they would not have been "inspected".
The Tijuana cops thing is different. At that time, the Tijuana Mayor gave the police department "wide ranging authorities". Tijuana will never recover from the crimes committed during that long tenure. Gary Newsome]
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