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 Welcome to another episode of the Off Road section of
AZ Extreme Motorsports magazine, Arizona’s only dedicated motorsports publication. Half of the 2018 season
is now over, and a lot of racers I know went to the Midwest and the Eastern states to get out of the heat to race. We hope you had a great summer racing. I also hope everyone had a safe time.
I’ve kind of failed somewhat this issue. If you remember, I’d told you readers that I had planned to write a few articles for this issue. As many of you may know I’m a firefighter. This year has been a busy year for the firefighters that have been
battling all the wildfires in many state. I am not in a position to go on the road to fight these type of fires, so I stay at home picking up some of the slack and shifts
while the younger guys travel to other states to fight those fires. I did set aside time for writing for work. I’ve set a few goals this year (the next few months left)
to do my best to stay ahead of the game and write those articles for our readers. In our last issue of the year I hope to have for you readers the following
stories for you to read about. On my calendar I have the both the Lucas Oil Off Road Regional and National events. I’m not scheduled to work the AZ regional
drag boat race. I also personally missed out on the Endurocross race held in Prescott, but have a couple of photographers that will be submitting photos
and a story. I’ll also be looking for some racers to do a one-on-one feature article. I have a couple in mind right know but need to make contact with
them. I’m open to any racer that might want to set up a chat session with me to do an article on you, your race team and to promote your sport.
And for the gentleman whom at every race I see you at (you know who you are) plan to have a new photo of me with a smile on my face, even
though I was smiling in the current photo. It is the ‘stache. v
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