LOS ANGELES—Continuing to lead by example with safety guidelines, technology developments and industry-changing innovation, SCORE International, producers of the world’s foremost desert racing series, has announced that it will introduce the WorldTrack device for motorcycle and ATV classes in the extremely popular SCORE Baja races.

In association with Southern California-based International Racing Consultants, SCORE’s Sal Fish confirmed that this internationally-approved tracking, safety and emergency device will be offered as an option for the upcoming 44th Tecate SCORE Baja 500 in June and will then become mandatory for the lighter-weight SCORE racing classes at the season-ending 45th Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 in November.

While all vehicles, cars, trucks, motorcycles and ATVs have had required IRC recording devices for several years to monitor the routes taken in the desert by each vehicle, the modified tracking device for motorcycles and ATVs has been in development. After numerous successful tests through FIM international rally events in Europe, South America and Africa, the WorldTrack device, built especially for the smaller vehicles like motorcycles and ATVs, is ready to become standard equipment in the sport of desert racing.