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No Baja race without drama! 2 spectators killed - tragic situation. BJ Baldwin pulling a imbécil move, running over peoples campsite - lame!
That's the best way to make the sport more popular in mainstream......

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Monster Energy sponsored BJ "Ballistic" Baldwin executing a dick move in real prick mode!!
Do you see that woman scramble with 2 little kids? You sure you did not roost them with rocks and may have inflicted damage.
It is not okay to just run a spectator's stuff over because you're lost.
Making some gay post on social media promising to replace the EZup is enough in your eyes, huh?
I like to see that happen to your significant other and your child!
You be pretty pissed off.
You should confine yourself in your gun-safe and play with them or other penis extensions you like to show off or park yourself in a dark corner and play with your pene before you throw dirt on the sport be exhibiting such a poor move mariposon!

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We did comment on the original post here Unfortunately did #SCOREIntl not assign any importance to get out in front of these things with press releases, etc to at least acknowledge that an incident happened.
A lowlife like Mike "HoMo" Overcast is having a heyday, "our" sport is suffering and - despite the general "don't mix sport and politics" DO NOT forget the climate between USA and Mexico. There is very much a value to "Nothing and no one stands above the dignity of Mexico" and it applies to EVERYTHING Mexico, incl. 2 fatal victims of an accident.
Why is there not one word of empathy by the organizer SCORE Intl? Stone-walling for buddies? No good for the sport at all. Accidents - with tragic outcomes at times unfortunately happen, attempting to silence circumstances is not the way to go. Show at least some respect by acknowledging the situation so you do not look like the give-a-shit gringo that comes to Mexico to race in a way never possible in the USA. Very poor crisis situation management by SCORE International. For christ sake, 2 humans forcefully died - no matter who's fault, during a recreational sports event with mainly non-Mexican participants you organize and manage. Grow a spine! Our sport is better as you represent it!!!
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Rob MacCachren Is overall winner 2018 San Felipe 250 desert race. Official trophy truck race results round 1 of four-race 2018 “World Desert Championship”, 7.-8. April 2018 San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico Loop course 319 miles. 246 starters, 67.9% or 167 of them did finish the race.
1. 11 Rob MacCachren, 53, Las Vegas, Ford F-250 (Geiser), 5:20:17 (59.76 miles per hour)
2. 16 Cameron Steele, 50, San Clemente, Calif., Chevy Silverado (Geiser), 5:23:50
3. 83 Luke McMillin, 25, San Diego, Ford F-150 (Racer), 5:25:10
4. 31 Andy McMillin, 30, San Diego, Chevy Silverado (Mason), 5:26:14
5. 32 Ryan Arciero, 44, Lake Forest, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith), 5:32:16
6. 23 Dan McMillin, 30, La Mesa, Calif., Ford F-150 (Racer), 5:35:23
7. 24 Adam Householder, 33, Yorba Linda, Calif./Wayne Gould, 51, Anaheim, Calif., Ford F-150 (Herbst-Smith), 5:39:43
8. 10 Alan Ampudia, 27, Ensenada, Mexico/Aaron Ampudia, 25, Ensenada, Mexico, Ford Raptor (ID), 5:40:16
9. 7 Justin ‘Bean’ Smith, 34, Las Vegas (DOR-Bryce Menzies, 30, Las Vegas), Ford Raptor (Geiser), 5:51:04
10. 40 Chris Miller, 44, LaJolla, Calif./Jimmy Nuckles, 50, Brawley, Calif., Toyota Tundra (ID), 5:53:38

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Near San Matias 2 spectators, according to El Sol de Tijuana identified as Omar Corona Arrolló and Abelardo Padilla Camacho, both of 38 years old killed during #SanFelipe250 desert race supposedly involving Trophy Truck Nr. 91 which would be Ed Herbst Terrible Herbst Motorsports

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Zak Langley and the Cops Racing Nr 50 #TrophyTruck at tech and contingency for tomorrows 320 miles single loop race +Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 +Baja Off-Road +Desert Series

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Bryce Menzies was injured while filming a commercial driving his pro4 truck and had a hard hit which fractured 2 vertebrae in his back. He was airlifted out. He is going to be OK yet out of racing for 6-8 weeks. Justin Bean Smith will take the wheel of the Nr.7 #TrophyTruck for Bryce Menzies at the Baja / SF 250.
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What’s the biggest change to the Baja 1000 from the early days? “The biggest change we have seen, and it is a shame, in my opinion, is the introduction of GPS. Nobody gets lost anymore. When I first raced at Baja we had to pre-run the course and remember the danger spots. Nowadays, the guys practice with GPS and they mark it down and the co-driver tells them where it is. So drivers don’t get lost in the fog anymore at 3 am. If I had my way I’d take the GPS away. +Offroad +Baja Off-Road #DesertRacing +Desert Bikes +Trophy Trucks

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Looks like +Trophy Trucks racer Bryce Menzies Dakar ambitions came to a sudden halt at the second stage! According to our information is he and copilot ok, just some bruises.

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Joan Barreda has retired from the 2018 Dakar whilst still holding second position. After having suffered several falls in some of the earlier stages of the rally and punishing his body severely, the exhausted Spaniard made the decision to completely withdraw.
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