Thanks Pete and Crew

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Thanks Pete and Crew for a great ride in the #604 Trophy Lite. We were just minutes from finishing when time ran out. Although Pete and crew had a trophy truck race at 1:00 they frantically worked the radio and pits until our time ran out. The Texas boys had the time of their lives. Anyone who wants to learn desert racing from one of the best and experience an incredible adventure but doesn't know how to get started call Pistol Pete Sohren at Baja Racing Adventures. And Pete, as far as your advice Saturday night at the Treehouse bar to go back to Texas and forget all about this, it ain't happening. Also Thanks to everyone at SCORE especially Sal and Sue for helping make this such a great experience.

wes
 

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why did you time out?

Good job on NOT GIVING UP!!!!
 

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We at rfs were rooting for you guys after we broke down looked like you had a blast, how was the roll?haha jk
 

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why did you time out?

Good job on NOT GIVING UP!!!!

many small issues, but the second rollover on lap 3 in the middle of going down beerbottle pass didnt help any......bad water pump, having to add water many times, broken rear brake line, small wire fire, 2 roll overs, 1 flat, battery completely dead (no voltage, optima red)......they battled all the way and had the lead in class 6 after RFS was knocked out and would have won it if they wouldnt have timed out when all systems failed less then 2 miles from the finish.........i have a feeling they will be back......
 

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Thanks Pete and Crew for a great ride in the #604 Trophy Lite. We were just minutes from finishing when time ran out. Although Pete and crew had a trophy truck race at 1:00 they frantically worked the radio and pits until our time ran out. The Texas boys had the time of their lives. Anyone who wants to learn desert racing from one of the best and experience an incredible adventure but doesn't know how to get started call Pistol Pete Sohren at Baja Racing Adventures. And Pete, as far as your advice Saturday night at the Treehouse bar to go back to Texas and forget all about this, it ain't happening. Also Thanks to everyone at SCORE especially Sal and Sue for helping make this such a great experience.

wes

nice pic you selected to put up......hahahhaa....didnt look that good at the end...........
 

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many small issues, but the second rollover on lap 3 in the middle of going down beerbottle pass didnt help any......bad water pump, having to add water many times, broken rear brake line, small wire fire, 2 roll overs, 1 flat, battery completely dead (no voltage, optima red)......they battled all the way and had the lead in class 6 after RFS was knocked out and would have won it if they wouldnt have timed out when all systems failed less then 2 miles from the finish.........i have a feeling they will be back......

Hey pete how did you like the line of ba's rfs gave you haha here a crappy pic of it.
 

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Wes,
Sounds like you had a ton of fun! Hopefully you stay with it!

Pete,

Sounds like you did yourself and your team/ business well. Don't know you but it sounds like you are a asset to the community!




Thanks Pete and Crew for a great ride in the #604 Trophy Lite. We were just minutes from finishing when time ran out. Although Pete and crew had a trophy truck race at 1:00 they frantically worked the radio and pits until our time ran out. The Texas boys had the time of their lives. Anyone who wants to learn desert racing from one of the best and experience an incredible adventure but doesn't know how to get started call Pistol Pete Sohren at Baja Racing Adventures. And Pete, as far as your advice Saturday night at the Treehouse bar to go back to Texas and forget all about this, it ain't happening. Also Thanks to everyone at SCORE especially Sal and Sue for helping make this such a great experience.

wes
 
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