Four GT Asia drivers have been selected by GRAHAM as their new Brand Ambassadors. The drivers and their Team R8 LMS Ultra driver partners have been selected to be the new faces for the Swiss watch making brand.
Alex Yoong from Malaysia, Marchy Lee from Hong Kong, Cong Fu Cheng from China and Jeffrey Lee from Taiwan will represent their respective countries as the new faces of GRAHAM. Their driver partners, Philip Ma of Hong Kong and Francis Hideki Onda from Japan will also represent the Swiss watch making company for the 2013 Season.
They will join a long line of Ambassadors including musicians Glenn Hughes, Keith Flint and Philipp Fankhauser, along with racers Graham Rahal, Mario Dominguez, John Mcguinness and Alexandre Imperatori.
A special presentation will be held during Rounds 7 & 8 of the GT Asia Series 2013 Season held at Sepang International Circuit this 13-15 September.
GRAHAM, known the world over for their precision time pieces of outstanding quality, coupled with bold designs and durability, setting them apart from other brands. The luxury watch making company has a long illustrious heritage that dates back to 1695.
Born in the 17th century in the UK, master watchmaker, George Graham was only 14-years old when he began to work on creative ideas and various inventions that made him a veritable pillar of the scientific and clock making establishment.
Official timekeeper of the GT Asia Series, GRAHAM is also committed to other action-packed partnerships as the Swiss Porsche Cup; The Baja 1000 desert series in Mexico; the LA King Ice-Hockey team, USA and more.
The GT Asia Series continues with Rounds 7 & 8 at the Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia this 13-15 September after a two month break.
The GT Asia Series Rounds 5 – 10, held at Fuji, Sepang and Zhuhai are part of the AAMC Macau GT Cup, where drivers also collect points for the Macau GT Championship.
The 2013 GT Asia Series is supported by Yokohama ADVAN, GRAHAM Timekeepers, KW Automotive, AutoArt, Tunewear and RaceRoom.
The GT Asia Series is jointly organised by Motorsport Asia and Supercar Club Hong Kong.
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