ID# 170246Posted Nov 02
We are looking for a volunteer pit crew member to handle all social media for the team including facebook,twitter, and instagram. It will be your job at races to take photos at track and tech in also to do media post threw out race weekend. Also you will need to post atleast twice a week inbetween races. All photos will be aproved by team owner and all written post will be written by owner for you to post. Transportation to race will be handled you will travel with the team and lodging will be paid for you will be responsible for your own food.
ID# 170180Posted Oct 31
I'm available for limited races in 2021 year depending the races I already have scheduled , if you are in need of or ever wanted to try a experienced navigator. I am a veteran navigator that has experience in TT, Class 1, Class 10, Class 12, Spec TT, UTV and other classes. I have been on various championship winning teams over the years. I consider my self one of the top navigators and I do my system different and more detail than others. In my prerun I mark every single turn what it is so we dont guess on race day. In the straight sections I have a pace note every 3-4 seconds. I also mark every rock that could possible give us a flat. Of course all the dangers and multiple level of checkups. Im also a good line hunter and to find those creative lines..
I have raced in the new Mason AWD trucks, New gen 3 Brenthals, Jimco, ID designs and the Geiser that won Baja 1000 and 3 score TT championships.
I have good experience with all things Lowrance, Lead Nav, SatCom, Iridium Go tied to Leadnav, Sat phone texting and updating, Google map inlays. I can also help with good informed pit books. .
On average I put 2000 notes per 100 miles. So that could make Baja 500 with 10,000 notes. . With good notes you can make a fast race pace with out pushing your car.. Most navigators just mark dangers and maybe some fast sections. Look at your old race files and check what info your navigator saves.. See how much info he is saving.
Lot of car owners are to busy to do a lot of good preruning I can go alone and do all the homework then we can come back and hit a fast lap and show you whats important to remember.
I am an American that has lived in Mexico for 15 years so I have a good knowledge and experience with all things Mexico like permits, visas, border crossings, Insurance, Lawyers, where its safe and where its not.
Not looking for a joy ride. I want to win and I know really good detailed notes with the best lines on a good prerun will help any driver go faster and safer.