Last Night Rick L Johnson tried to spin his way out of the facts! And we learned, they were filming their race car at the same time! What Really Happened To Rick L. Johnsons Wife in Baja Mexico?...wearing no seat belt and no verification of insurance coverage after an accident, with her husband, Rick L Johnson at the wheel. 'General' company had to step in and provide insurance to get the life-flight to San Diego.
Does Rick L Johnson realize this IS NOT what SCORE wants, because the exposure of the real risks IS NOT "promotive" of desert off-road racing in Mexico?
Here's the show from Monday, July 11, 2011
El Vigia Newespaper: "Preliminary reports indicate that the crash occurred after the driver of a pickup truck Ford F150 Lobo invaded the opposite lane of the road and was just then when compact car hit a Toyota Camry."
Racer David Caspino chimes in:
"Being a paramedic since 1982, I know that Score is top notch when it comes to extrication, prehospital emergency care and transport."""
Spectator and Racer comments:
Welcome to the Desert Off-Road Racing community response to this reporting:
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The Original Story:
|Gilberto Ramirez Jr., the forgotten racer|
It's a desert off-road race in Mexico! So, if you're a racer and get injured and no-one comes for you...guess what the racers say is the rule. "You're screwed."
At the recent Baja 500 held in Ensenada, Baja, Mexico, another race generated medical emergency failed for at least one young quad racer, when his repeated calls for medical help fell on deaf ears and were forgotten. BajaRacingNews.com has the full story.