This writer had the opportunity to race two Baja Events in Baja California, Mexico and meet some really great people and find out what I'm made of. I am putting together this unique story on how to race the Baja and some tips and tricks. Thanks to my co-rider Rob Poznoff and Team Greem Kawasaki, we managed 2 respectible finishes. At both the Baja 500 and Baja 1000. You will see maps, pictures, links and a great story.
Read it in February...
Written by Charlie Halpin
Dear NRDC Action Fund Supporter,
Fantastic news! Late last night, after months of intense pressure from millions of pro-environment activists like you, the House leadership dropped its plan to allow oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as part of the budget bill.
In the end, they were forced to retreat after some 22 courageous Republican Congressmen stood their ground and promised to vote against their own party's budget if it sacrificed America's greatest wildlife refuge. With every single Democrat also opposing the budget, the leadership blinked.
It was the kind of showdown at high noon that restores one's faith both in democracy and the sanctity of America's natural heritage.
Make no mistake: we must now remain vigilant. Senate and House negotiators could still revive the Arctic drilling provision when they hammer out a final budget measure next month (the Senate version of the budget includes Arctic drilling).
If that happens, we'll be calling on you to shore up Republican moderates in the House who have promised to oppose and defeat any such last-ditch ploy to sneak Arctic drilling into the final budget legislation.
But last night's development is a stunning setback for President Bush, for Congressional leaders, and for the oil lobby -- all of whom vowed that 2005 would be the year they finally pried the Arctic Refuge out of the clenched hands of the American people.
And it is a huge -- and I mean HUGE -- victory for all of us in the
Just one year ago, Washington insiders were saying that Arctic drilling was a done deal. President Bush was claiming a post-election mandate to industrialize the Arctic Refuge, and the pro-oil contingent of the Republican Party had just tightened its majority grip on both houses of Congress. You couldn't find a
pundit anywhere who would give us a wisp of a chance.
But millions of people like you did the impossible! Petition by petition, phone call by phone call, contribution by contribution, you helped us turn the tide in one of the toughest uphill political battles of the past decade.
Although this battle may not be over, yesterday was a red letter day for the Arctic Refuge -- the greatest day since it was first protected by Congress 25 years ago -- but it is much more than that, too. It is a triumph for America.
November 9, 2005 was the day that nature prevailed over corporate greed, that beauty triumphed over a dead-end energy plan. It was the day we reminded Washington that preserving wilderness is a core American value -- and that we intend to keep it that way.
I know we can count on your help next month if Senate and House leaders dare to bring Arctic drilling back to the floor for a vote.
John H. Adams
NRDC Action Fund
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And now that I have all this real estate, I'm looking for motorsports / travel / events writers who want to be a part of a future network of targeted and ad rich online magazines. (I'll remember you) Hopefully I'll figure out how to get paid to do this. Meanwhile it's free.
We are doing a lot of crazy motorsport events in 06 with a targa NFLD entry currently being built from an Integra 00. And other track and solo events.
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Unique?: I have experience in certain worlds like auto and motorcycle racing. I raced in the Baja 1000 a few times and have been all over North America. I have owned over 50 cars, 15 trucks, 20 motorcycles, 5 race vehicles and I am building an Integra now to enter the 06 Targa in Newfoundland plus various rally events both summer and winter.
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