|Parkhouse Racing promoted its new Class 1 today, Cody Parkhouse won't be driving, in the Vegas To Reno event. Cody Parkhouse drove into Mark Luhtala killing him and exposing the SCORE-International racers insurance as a scam.|
Today, Parkhouse Racing touted this message and their sponsors, "One week from today we will be ripping across the Nevada desert hunting down the win! (Vegas To Reno race event in Nevada) Jimco Racing Inc., BFGoodrich Tires, FOX TR Beadlock Wheels, Baja Designs, Maxima Racing Oils, Impact Racing, Monster Seal, Best in the Desert".
UPDATED September 24, 2018
UPDATED! Luhtala Family Sues Roger Norman and SCORE-International in Nevada CLICK HERE
Holly Luhtala blames SCORE-International for pushing a SCAM Racers Insurance
Recently, Holly Buck-Luhtala, the surviving wife of the dead racer, Mark Luhtala, Exposed SCORE-International, ""April 2; "It’s been 16 months [Now 22] since Mark died after his accident at the Baja 1000 . I have crazy hospital bills & ambulance/aircraft bills from getting him from Mexico to San Diego (around $600,000 in total). To date we have received nothing from the insurance he paid for through 'Score International'. Regarding 'Fast-Aid', have no idea what was actually donated."Holly continues:"These racers pay to race then pay the insurance and I’m proof that just when you don’t think it can happen to you it does! It rips me to shreds knowing he was the greatest give you the shirt off his back kind of guy and he was offered NO help except for his race crew and one medic without supplies. The insurance proved to not be worth the paper it was apparently written on. I am broken and beat down but must stand up for him as he can no longer and it’s my turn to fight for what’s right. My girls don’t have their dad now this, HELL NO!"".
Parkhouse family blames SCORE-International for the racing incident
On May 23, 2017, Parkhouse Racing announced on its F-Book Page, "Thankfully SCORE International got rid pf 2-way highway traffic and anywhere it is even close they made a 37mph zone. But everyone still needs to stay safe and give the race cars plenty of room. We are sad to be missing this awesome course but we will be back racing soon. Have fun everyone and good luck!!".
On November 25, 2016, Parkhouse Racing announced on its F-Book Page, "Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Luhtala family". Shortly after racer Cody Parkhouse struck the Mark Luhtala rig,
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