American Medical Emergency Xpedition Announces Call for Safety Plan for 2016 Baja 1000 To Be Made Public Now
Los Angeles, California- The American Medical Emergency Xpedition today, called out Roger Norman for not making its 'Safety Plan' public.
Only days away from teams arriving in Baja Mexico, to compete in the 49th SCORE Baja 1000 and they don't have a safety plan from the sanction, in their hands!
The participating teams need this information right now, in order to plan and perform within safety guidelines, set by the racing sanction, SCORE International.
The sad state of affairs in gringo racing in Mexico, led by Roger Norman of SCORE-International is negligent handling of safety plans or protocols, a lack of any safety communications and no civil protection coordination with the race event.
"Participants have no safety plan, the Ensenada community has no civil protection coordination with SCORE and the public is left out of any safety planning."
"AMEX calls on Roger Norman to issue what it has on hand right now. We predict nothing will come from Norman, because he has no safety plan for the event, which runs in two weeks!", said the American Medical Emergency spokesperson.