Racing In Mexico.......

Is racing in Mexico worth it?

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  • No, I would rather race in the states.

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pjc

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Well, call me "lucky".

I have been going to the races in Baja since 1990.

So far (knock on wood).

* Not one ticket. In fact I have never been pulled over while I was driving.
* Not one bribe paid
* Not one trip through US secondary
* Not one accident.
* No more than a few steekers extracted at the checkpoints.

When away from the main race venues, I keep a low profile.

Overall, I always do my best to exchange the prevalent good will and spirit that the Baja folks express. This social character reminds me a lot of the people in Hawaii. I guess, the "Aloha Spirit of Baja".

PJC

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rdc

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Ok, on the subject of FISH TACO’S. Next time your in Ensanada go to the little taco bar next door to Hussongs! Best tacos in Baja. Give Ricardo my regards and don’t distract him while he has a knife in his hand!

Shaun
 

L&SMotorsports

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Maybe SCORE could use the same time keeping method as the rally guys do. Between each stage they have a transit period. Each car is given a certain amount of time based on legal driving speed limits. I believe that if you arrive to the start of the next stage too early or too late, you are penalized. I realize this means more SCORE officials and rules, but it would make it fair for all competitors, and a lot safer.
 
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