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with all this "RAGE" over food trucks these days here is a guy with a smoker as his side car. We do sausage all the time and i'm tellig ya if this guy rolled up to your job site would you not go ....!!!!!!…Read More

Started by Michael Martinez. Last reply by sabreguy Jan 10.

JCR leaves SCORE series! 12 Replies

For Immediate Release, January 12, 2014San Clemente, CA:Johnny Campbell Racing, Inc (JCR) the most dominate motorcycle Off-Road racing team to compete in Baja, Mexico, is officially announcing its withdrawal from SCORE International Baja racing…Read More

Started by will. Last reply by will Jan 14, 2014.

Godspeed Kurt Caselli 14 Replies

AMA Hare & Hound Champion Kurt Caselli succumbed to the injuries he suffered while competing in the SCORE Tecate Baja 1000 in Baja California, Mexico, earlier today, November 15. Caselli was 30 years old Before I start my engine Lord I need to…Read More

Tags: Kurt, Caselli, 1K, 1000, BAJA

Started by Mike Kenyon. Last reply by pdxracefan Dec 14, 2013.

Colton Udall's Baja 1000 write up from fb 1 Reply

This years Baja 1000 was a very unique race for all competitors racing motorcycles and quads. The race would start at 11 pm on…Read More

Started by will. Last reply by WJM Nov 27, 2013.

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Comment by pdxracefan on June 27, 2014 at 7:09pm

Came across this the other day. Brought back a bunch of memories.

Comment by WJM on June 25, 2014 at 1:35am

I agree Mike. Something's up. I looked at results from 2012 and 8-10 S&P's were the norm at each race. There were half as many last year and virtually none this year. NNS still has 8-9 S&P's each race.

And you can guarantee AMA will have Bubba pee in a cup.

Comment by Mike Kenyon on June 25, 2014 at 1:05am

@WJM,just for shit's,I looked at the CUP purse from Sears, I'm suspect there's back side money for teams to run full races.Becouse front side money makes no sense.much like youthstream.

Comment by Mike Kenyon on June 25, 2014 at 12:52am
Comment by will on June 24, 2014 at 11:37pm

There is really nothing there. They seem not to know what they're doing to their product. Random rules from random sanctioning bodies are making this stuff hard to care about, and even harder to think about spending hard earned $ to go see.

Comment by WJM on June 24, 2014 at 1:28am

I hear ya Will. Who pays the "credibility" fee? The riders. The SX purse payout is a joke. Our local Saturday night short track pays nearly as much.

Comment by will on June 24, 2014 at 12:49am

What has the world really come to when credibility is sought after rather than earned? So much of racing is just corporate packaging now days. I'm going to local track racing only from here on out, at least there your credibility is earned or lost by your actions.

Comment by WJM on June 23, 2014 at 3:01pm

What I've been able to surmise is Feld wanted to promote SX as a world championship and felt it necessary to have FIM sanctioning for credibility.

Related, here's an interesting read:

Comment by J.R. Sands on June 23, 2014 at 2:17pm
Two investment opportunities that I never invested in and wish I would've one was Lilly pharmaceutical and the other was Pixar.
Comment by Mike Kenyon on June 23, 2014 at 1:43pm
Maybe the FIM thing is important to the manufacture's. I thought I read that the sample was tested in France.

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