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David Greco is pleased to offer companies world-wide the opportunity to expand their business reach through a motor sports marketing partnership.

In addition to the return on investment from new business earned through Motorosports Marketing, the simple fact is all companies also save substantially through income tax rebates based on their contribution(s) to racing. In Italy, David's home, companies receive a rebate equal to 100% of the money invested in racing sponsorship. There also exist opportunities to increase the rebate.

For the 2008 season, David is targeting one of three junior formula series-Formula Palmer Audi, Formula 3, or Formula Renault. The reason he looks to any one of these series is because they all offer him the opportunity to race in competitive situations. The diversity lies in the fact he can offer his sponsor(s) the chance to choose the market(s) in which they would like to begin their relationship with David and with motorsports marketing.

Formula Renault

Option One is for David to compete in 2008 in both the Italian and EuroCup Formula Renault 2.0 championships. The Formula Renault cars offer David a chance to step into a chassis and engine combination he has driven in the past-in 2004 David drove thousands of miles as a test driver in the North American Formula Renault Championship, where he established himself as a driver of the future among the teams and drivers in the series. In addition, the Formula Renault championships-both in Italy and the EuroCup series-are part of the Renault racing ladder system that lead drivers all the way to Formula One. While the Italian series affords drivers extra track time-as many teams run in both the Italian and EuroCup series-the EuroCup series offers wide exposure as part of the World Series by Renault weekends in several European countries.

Formula 3

Option Two is to have David run 2008 in a regional Formula Three Championship, in particular British F3 or Italian F3. The British series is the most prestigious among European F3 championships and leads to the pan-European EuroSeries F3, or as has been the case for drivers in the past, directly to GP2 (formerly Formula 3000). While Formula 3 presents a more costly option, it affords both drivers and sponsors higher exposure throughout all levels of the sport and in particular to the business and consumer markets.

A sample Formula 3 car with a "generic" sponsor used to indicate the high visibilty offered on these and similar formula cars.

Formula Palmer Audi

Option three is for David to race in the 2008 Formula Palmer Audi Championship in the United Kingdom. Formula Palmer Audi debuted in 1998 when Dr. Jonathan Palmer, himself a former Formula One pilot, launched the series as an affordable alternative to other options in the sport. Presently, a season in Formula Palmer Audi is substantially less costly than a comparable season in Formula Three or Formula Renault.