Friday, November 15, 2019

FORD Motor Company Bronco R Racing Prototype and Scam Cameron Steele Desert Assassins


Gary Newsome, Publisher
BajaRacingNews.com


FORD MOTOR COMPANY FUCKS THE HORSE, DOG

SCAM STEELE AND JOHNNY CAMPBELL MANAGE THE RACE PROGRAM FOR FORD MOTOR COMPANY BRONCO R Racing
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Scameron Steele's Desert Assassins 'racers' party, too bad they were
drunk and in dresses instead of focusing on race event safety

Let's See...How many racers have died under their "MANAGEMENT"???

Kurt Caselli, OX, Fred Reva...

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*The Desert Assassins manage FORD Brono Effort at Baja 1000 2019...is this a JOKE?!

The name 'desert assassins' was Scameron Steele's effort to mirror the Brian Deegan, 'Metal Mulisha'. MORE>>>

*Curt LuDuc is part of the driving team?
How can that Fat Old Man even get in the rig???
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Trigger Gumm
"Is he still breathing?"

THE DEAD BAJA RACERS
Thanks to the "Desert Assassins"

2009

2007 Desert Asses Fred Reva Dies on a Baja Highway

[This case was settled out of court and away from the public. An NDA non-disclosure agreement was involved, as has happened in every death case since 2009; BajaRacingNews.com will be reporting on this subject matter in 2020]

UPDATED From January 25, 2009
LUCKY SPERM CALLS OUT Desert Assassins during Laughlin Event!
Max T said, "DA let Fred Reva rest in Peace", "this lawsuit is going to expose and change Baja racing forever!".

Original BULLETIN:
Part of the Blood Smeared Baja 1000 2007 Theriots' "Lucky Sperm" Racing Sued
AP:
"Two members of Sonoma County's Thieriot family -- heirs to the San Francisco Chronicle publishing fortune -- are named in a wrongful death lawsuit stemming from a fatal accident at an off-road race in Mexico last year.

In court papers filed last month, Cameron Thieriot of Petaluma and his 20-year-old son Max, a Hollywood actor, deny any responsibility for the accident.
The suit was brought by the family of a San Diego man who died after his pickup was struck head-on by a support vehicle owned by the Thieriots' Lucky Sperm off-road racing team.
Frederick Reva, 63, was driving southbound near San Quintin in Baja California on Nov. 13, 2007, when the accident occurred, according to the lawsuit.
Reva and a friend, Ray Wakeman, were attending the Tecate SCORE Baja 1000, a thousand-mile off-road race that included the Thieriot racing team.
Cameron and Max Thieriot were scheduled to drive in the race, said Tom Laube, the Reva family's attorney.
The Thieriots' support truck, driven by team member Daniel Wreesman, was headed northbound to reach the team's racing vehicle, which had broken down in the desert, according to Laube.
Wreesman was driving too fast and crossed the highway center line, hitting Reva head-on, the lawsuit alleges.
Reva, a semi-retired builder, suffered major injuries and was trapped in his pickup. He died later that day. Wakeman, 61, sustained minor injuries.
The lawsuit filed in August in Sonoma County Superior Court alleges the Thieriots are responsible for Reva's death because they owned the support truck and Wreesman was working for them. The Thieriots were not present at the scene of the accident.
Wreesman was driving in a negligent and reckless manner, according to the lawsuit, which seeks undisclosed damages.
In their formal response filed last month, the Thieriots said Reva was negligent in the accident and they have no liability.
A management conference is scheduled in the case Thursday in Superior Court.
The Thieriots' attorney, Charles Custer, declined to comment Tuesday. Cameron Thieriot also declined to comment when contacted at home.
The Gersh Agency, a Beverly Hills talent agency that represents Max Thieriot, didn't return a call for comment.
Max Thieriot has appeared in six films, including "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl," which was released earlier this year. He also has appeared in "Nancy Drew," "Jumper," "The Pacifier" and "Catch That Kid."
The Thieriots are descendants of M.H. de Young, who founded The Chronicle in 1865. The family sold the newspaper in 1999 to the Hearst Corp. for a reported $660 million." End AP Report

As Reported by Baja Racing News.com in 2007 with 2019 updates:

"Fred Reva Dies in Chase Crash:


A tragic chase crash took the life of Baja Champion Fred Reva, "the accident south of El Rosario approx KM 78 at approx 6:30pm on Tues 11/13. The individuals and Hardesty racing family involved are currently dealing with the tragic death of our beloved friend. Three vehicles associated with the Hardesty team [Desert Assassins] were traveling east bound on hwy 1 from El Rosario to Catavina at approx KM 78 a chase truck for car 106 heading west bound lost control of their vehicle and crossed over into on coming traffic colliding head on into the 3rd Hardesty vehicle, a red GMC extra cab truck. The 106 chase vehicle rolled on its side and the driver and passenger(s) suffered minor injuries. The passenger of the Hardesty vehicle also suffered minor injuries and was taken to the first aid station at El Rosario. The driver of the GMC was pinned in the vehicle for approx 1 ½ hours. Members of Hardesty and Chase 106 helped the local police and medical units extract the driver from the vehicle and he was transported to San Quintin Hospital. The driver of the red GMC passed away at the Hospital approx 11:30 pm in San Quintin. I’m not aware of any critical injuries for the chase team of 106.The identity of those involved to be reported at a later date, for the respect of the family Member. I can accurately state the Red GMC Hardesty vehicle was a spectator vehicle and the occupants were not part of a chase team, and were not providing chase support for any race vehicle. Members of the 106 chase team were very instrumental in contacting Weatherman and SCORE officials. Members of Chase 106 were also helpful in providing minimal first aid support for the individuals involved."  


[Chase 106 was the Lucky Sperm Team and this original reporting was found to be produced by the Theriot family. In an effort to keep the matter out of court, the two teams agreed at the crash scene to lie about the red GMC. It was NOT a spectator vehicle. It was a Desert Assassins chase truck. After returning back to the states, the Reva family went back on their agreement with the Theriots and the court case ensued.

The actual reason this was such a bad situation for the Reva family, was not just the death of their beloved Fred Reva. But, that the Desert Assassins had insured the vehicle travel in Mexico as a 'tourist'. Not a working chase truck, as was the actual truth. Therefore, the family COULD NOT collect ANY death benefits, nor recover any costs from the "accident".

The entire event caused the Reva family a great deal of financial harm.

Why? Because the Desert Assassins in all their "wisdom" and "race knowledge" and "experience", the truth is Scam (Cameron Steele) and anyone associated with BajaHQ, or the Desert Assassins are putting lives at risk, running a grab ass, drunk gang of inbreds, racing on public roads in Mexico.] 

Gary Newsome Reporting

Mention from original dedication:

"Fred Reva('s contributions) to Off Road Racing extends back to the early 70's. Fred is the 1979 Score Class 9 Champion and winner of the 1979 Baja 1000. The individuals and Hardesty racing family involved are currently dealing with the tragic death of our beloved friend. We ask that those who witnessed the accident be respectful of the family members. Anyone with critical information from the accident site Please send it to darren@tenantspaceinc.com" Fred was an avid Off Road enthusiast. An accomplished motocross racer in his early years Fred graduated to buggy racing in the late 1970’s. His racing partners included, John Wright, Bob Sherwood, and Earl Hardesty to name a few. Recently Fred’s passion was rock climbing and Jeeping with his close friends in California, Utah, Colorado, and Nevada. A beloved friend of Earl Hardesty for over 30 years

Mike Payne:

"As a part of the DA team I had the pleasure of hanging out with Fred. We ate breakfast together on the last morning of his life."

David Hendrickson:


"To Darren, what can I say. I have known your dad and Fred, 30 years"

Cameron Steele:

"This is a very tough subject for all of us and knowing Fred and his relationship with Earl and Darren (my partner); For me I am so frustrated that a great man had to die when an ambulance of simple ability could have saved him and had it been able to get there in a more reasonable amount of time things for sure would have been different. In speaking with Darren it seems there is something that has to be done to get better medical treatment in a more timely fashion, this is one area I want to get involved with if we are all going to keep doing this. Fred's son Andy was at our 1015 pit; I had thoughts of just stopping the race, just stop Darren and pull the Truck. After thinking about it I felt that maybe that's not what Fred would have wanted;"




Baja Racing News.com BULLETIN

PREVIOUS Reports from 2007:








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CHASES & CRASHES
 

Original Report:
Fred Reva Dies in Chase Crash:
A tragic chase crash took the life of Baja Champion Fred Reva, "the accident south of El Rosario approx KM 78 at approx 6:30pm on Tues 11/13. The individuals and Hardesty racing family involved are currently dealing with the tragic death of our beloved friend. Three vehicles associated with the Hardesty team were traveling east bound on hwy 1 from El Rosario to Catavina at approx KM 78 a chase truck for car 106 heading west bound lost control of their vehicle and crossed over into on coming traffic colliding head on into the 3rd Hardesty vehicle, a red GMC extra cab truck. The 106 chase vehicle rolled on its side and the driver and passenger(s) suffered minor injuries. The passenger of the Hardesty vehicle also suffered minor injuries and was taken to the first aid station at El Rosario. The driver of the GMC was pinned in the vehicle for approx 1 ½ hours. Members of Hardesty and Chase 106 helped the local police and medical units extract the driver from the vehicle and he was transported to San Quintin Hospital. The driver of the red GMC passed away at the Hospital approx 11:30pm in San Quintin. I’m not aware of any critical injuries for the chase team of 106.The identity of those involved to be posted at a later date, for the respect of the family Member.I can accurately state the Red GMC Hardesty vehicle was a spectator vehicle and the occupants were not part of a chase team, and were not providing chase support for any race vehicle.Members of the 106 chase team were very instrumental in contacting Weatherman and SCORE officials. Members of Chase 106 were also helpful in providing minimal first aid support for the individuals involved." RIP Fred Reva.

"Remembering Fred Reva: Olivenhain contractor died pursuing off-road racing passion. By: J. STRYKER MEYER. Longtime Olivenhain builder/contractor Fred Reva was a man of remarkable contrasts.As a builder and contractor in North County for more than 30 years, he built beautiful homes and prided himself on developing personal, often lasting relationships with many of his clients. As a racer and builder of off-road motorcycles and racing vehicles, he won the Class Nine category, driving a powerful dune buggy, in the famed Tecate/Baja 1000 in 1979, and continued participating in that event at various levels over the last 25 years. And, as a proud father and neighbor, he enjoyed the simple things in life: walks on the beach with his wife and children, barbecues at his Olivenhain home, and time spent with friends enjoying some laughs over a few cold drinks.Reva, 63, died Tuesday in an accident during the 40th running of this year's Baja 1000. It occurred near San Quintin, Baja California, about six hours south of the border, said his wife of 39 years, Doris Reva. He is survived by his sons, Andy and David, and a daughter, Susy, all of Encinitas. The Reva family is planning a memorial service for Nov. 24, Doris Reva said, but the final details were still being worked out on Friday."Although his death was sudden and unexpected," said Doris Reva, "it occurred while he was doing something he loved. I thought that was a cliche, but I can sincerely say that he died doing what he loved."Fred Reva was driving a chase car, following a team driver, when he collided with another vehicle during the off-road competition in Mexico. The team driver he was supporting immediately withdrew from the race.Doris Reva said that when the accident occurred, her husband was pursuing a passion that he has had since his youth, as a boy growing up in Duarte."When we went to high school, the first year, in his freshman year, he drove a moped to school because he was too young to have a motorcycle or a car," she said.Even though Fred Reva excelled at high school sports such as football and baseball, his competitive drive shifted gears to motorized transportation, first with motorcycles, which evolved into off-road racing machines, both off-road dirt bikes and early versions of Baja dune buggies.His crowning moment in Baja competition was his victory in 1970 in the Class Nine category, a level of competition that Doris Reva described as very fast and sophisticated for that era of Baja racing. "He loved that big trophy he won that year," she said.Yet, there was a serious, business side to Reva. "His father died very young," Doris Reva said, "And Fred and his mother had to finish a track (of homes) that his father had under construction at that time. They got it done."He learned the trade and never looked back. Also, he was never afraid to take a risk. He went out on his own" and formed Reva Construction.And, soon Fred and Doris Reva discovered the beauty and potential for building quality homes in North County, she said. The young couple moved to Oceanside for nine months and Doris got a job teaching in Vista as Fred Reva developed a reputation as a builder. They eventually settled in Olivenhain, with their first home at Lone Jack and Rancho Santa Fe Road.Reva's cousin, Linda Doyle said, "When Fred and Doris landed in Olivenhain, he saw a lot of potential. He bought a lot of land and then built a series of homes in Olivenhain that are still standing today."And, in most cases, he built remarkable relationships with the people he served, which is rare in that industry. However, in Fred's case, when you meet him, he's your friend for life and no better friend can be found anywhere."When word of Reva's death spread throughout Olivenhain and Encinitas, "you couldn't believe the human response we had here (at Fred Reva's home)," said Linda Doyle."We had more than 200 people stop by his house and offer to help," she said, "I lost my spouse a few months ago, but wow, how people have responded to Fred is simply amazing. We're seeing living proof of what a quality man he was both in the community and at home."



Lucky Sperm/Theriot Racing Sued by Fred Revas Family CLICK HERE

2008



Steve Martz ALMOST dies
Scam Perps The Big Lie

Steve Martz story begins CLICK HERE

Steve Martz story EXPOSED CLICK HERE

We'll first go back to 2008. A pot farm security beaner fires a rifle round at a prerunning moto rider named Martz. In Baja Mexico, of course, right before the 2008 Baja 1000, just outside of Ensenada Mexico.

Scam Steele sez to this day, Oscar Ramos was telling the truth, saying the beaner was "just a hunter who can't shoot straight". Well, he hit everything he aimed at that day! The beaner, hit everything. Scam Steele, not so much. In fact, it's just one story out of our encyclopedia of Cameron Scam Steele Johnny Campbell FACTS. Facts of shithead, shitfaced Baja racing.

The beaner, fired the rifle round and hit the American moto rider and the American rider, would have died, died dead.

Like the other Baja racers we'll talk about in this marvelous piece of journalism. The dead ones.

The lie about the "hunter" was an artful fact-dodge by the employee of SCORE International, the attorney Sr. Ramos (Oscar is dead now), to make like 'they're no problemas in MeJico.

In fact, the American was shot by an employee of the drug cartels of Mexico. That was in 2008, way before the beaners were all over North America, threatening everybody's hoods.

DURKA DURKA (Matt Karkozian) Goon Gets Assaulted by Metal Mulisha Goons talking smack by Scam's Desert 'Assassins'
CLICK HERE  

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