Last I heard, it wasn't a single seater, if you know what I mean.More or less, being his first???? Situation like this, he forgot to kill the batteries (fuel pump) before he climbed out. Hence why the lights on the light bar were still on when the car was engulfed in fire
And the battery switch was at his left knee being the driver. After that race the HMS cars moved the battery switch to the passenger side. Casey knows what was up, but the locals pulled him away from the car before he could get to it.Last I heard, it wasn't a single seater, if you know what I mean.
I hear ya. I think some people are posting what they hope will happen, and it's weird.I don't get why Pastrana gets so much hate on this site, other than jealousy? I've never seen somebody take more crap for wadding up a truck?? Nobody else wads up their equipment?
The deal south of LA Bay has been beaten ad nauseum, those vados there have gotten more than a few experienced racers over the years as you can really cook through there and some of those things you cant see till the last second.
Good luck to the guy, it's more good news for desert racing and for the Mint 400!
My post in here was that I hope and think he will do well but might break the truck as he has a history of being hard on equipment.Don't get your panties all wadded up folks. We all are grateful he's there and he's fast.
Some of are just noting the results he's had in just about everything.
The guy is a stud no doubt. I'm trying to figure out how I can get to Vegas to watch him qual and race on a shoestring budget. Haha
Really? Unbelievable comments take place on this site.He raced a standard HMS class 1 in the 2006 Baja 1000. Wound up on his lid in the race and the car burnt down due to a little lack of experience on TP's behalf and a lot of bad luck all at once.
Casey (cjefferies) was his navigator that day.
He put a 100 miles in with Bryce on Tuesday in the TT.Want to see him testing the TT. Hopefully not with same result as the 1 car during that race. But would only be a dent in the pocket on menzies. Hope he finishes top 10! Such a cool dude!
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This comment shows you have absolutely zero knowledge of what actually happened.More or less, being his first???? Situation like this, he forgot to kill the batteries (fuel pump) before he climbed out. Hence why the lights on the light bar were still on when the car was engulfed in fire