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Frank DeAngelo Starts FED Motorsports Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame Inductee and former SCORE Person of the Year, Frank DeAngelo, retired from Jackson Marketing and began his own business called FED Motorsports. DeAngelo reports he will offer his extensive experience and marketing services on a contract basis to industry businesses, race teams and related companies. Prior to working at Jackson Marketing, DeAngelo had run his own business for 10-years servicing motorsports clients with marketing services, event logistics, program management and consulting. DeAngelo can be contacted at Ricky Brabec And Casey Currie Win In Dakar Former SCORE Champions Ricky Brabec and Casey Currie became the first Americans to win their respective classes in the Dakar Rally. Currie, from Corona, Ca, won the side-by-side vehicle class and Brabec, from Hesperia, CA won the motorcycle category. The victory involved 12 days driving over a 4,881-mile course that began in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and ended in Riyadh. This was Currie’s second attempt at Dakar, winning it this year with navigator Sean Berriman from Las Vegas, Nv. Brabec has competed in Dakar five times, winning it this year. $684,017 In SCORE Prize Money Payouts During 2019 Season According to SCORE Marketing and Sales Director Jim Ryan, the 2019 SCORE World Desert Challenge Season had a total payout of prize money of $684,017. In addition to the total Contingency program dollar value, more than $500K were in cash, product, and services. SCORE Journal Hits the 60 Issue Mark! In January of 2015, SCORE International launched SCORE Journal Magazine, a digital media tool designed to provide insight into the people, racers, sponsors, and behind-the-scenes action of the SCORE World Desert Championship Series. “It is hard to believe that the SCORE Journal just completed the 5th year of providing what started off as a program to increase the communication between the new SCORE era and the teams and existing sponsor base at the time,” said Jim Ryan, SCORE Marketing & Sales Director. “This digital magazine was developed to communicate all the changes being implemented in the transition 2013-14 years, to position SCORE and off-road motorsports for future growth. In the process of publishing now over 60 issues, as a digital media tool designed to provide insight into the fans, racers, sponsors, and behind-the-scenes action of the SCORE World Desert Championship Series, the SCORE Journal has become the go-to source for the Off-Road Motorsports and performance lifestyle participant and enthusiast bases.” Since its inception, the SCORE Journal has grown to reach over 2-million monthly unique readers with the English edition, and more than 200,000 unique monthly readers with the Spanish edition, that launched in October 2016. “What made the SCORE Journal so great, is that it allowed us to stay in touch with our growing fan base every month, instead of waiting to communicate with them during each of the four races throughout the season,” said Ryan. “The impact of reaching people digitally, especially through mobile devices, grew the reader/viewer base so fast, reaching far beyond the SCORE fan base and quickly attracted off-road enthusiasts and off-road racers globally who are now loyal readers.” SCORE Journal’s content is created and managed by Dan Sanchez and his staff at DS Media LLC. Graphics and all digital processing is done by Todd and Ashley Horne at DerDIZ Digital Inc.

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