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SCORE Journal-September 2019

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SCORE Mourns The Loss Of Jessi Combs   The SCORE family and friends from around the world, grieve over the loss of Jessi Combs, who died at the age of 36, on August 27th in a tragic jet-car crash in Oregon. Combs was attempting to eclipse her own land-speed record that she set in 2013, and was an accomplished professional race car driver, fabricator, spokesperson and prominent TV personality who appeared on Mythbusters, Overhaulin, and Xtreme 4X4. Combs was a native of Rapid City, South Dakota, and will forever be remembered for her friendly personality and never-ending smiles. SCORE was fortunate to have Combs compete in four SCORE Baja 1000 races within four different classes, and had two podium finishes. As a co-driver, Combs finished second in Class 10 in 2011, sixth in the Baja Challenge Class in 2012, and second in Class 7 with Paige Sohren in 2015. At the 50th BFGoodrich Tires SCORE Baja 1000, Combs was the driver of record in the marquee SCORE Trophy Truck division. She was attempting to drive solo and become the first female racer to do so in the featured class in a Peninsula run. She was unfortunately a DNF from mechanical difficulties with the truck. We all will carry many memories of Jessi Combs with us as we move forward but collectively, we will all remember with a silent toast, our very own special “Fastest Woman on Four Wheels.” Our sincere condolences and eternal prayers go out for Comb’s family, friends and fans. Garrett Morrow Joins SCORE Marketing Sales SCORE International recently added to its Marketing Sales team bringing aboard Garrett Morrow, from Reno, Nevada. Morrow will be working with new advertisers, has great automotive industry experience, and is an avid off-road enthusiast. Garret can be reached at 805 218-6812 or

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