Partnership signed with Grand Hyatt Hotel Macau for GT3 Asia and GT4 Asia Cup

Published on September 6th, 2010

The organisers of the GT3 Asia and GT4 Asia Cup today announced the signing of a sponsorship deal with The Grand Hyatt Hotel Macau naming them as the Official Hotel partner, for the invitational Macau GT race to be held at the Macau GP on November 18th-20th 2010.

Livery for the Grand Hyatt Hotel Macau will appear on all cars from the upcoming event at the Fuji International Circuit in Japan from 10th -12th September 2010, all the way to the last race of the year in Macau.

CEO, David Sonenscher is delighted at the partnership between the two Series’ and with such an established name in the Hotel industry.

“This sponsorship with Grand Hyatt Hotel Macau comes after another recent sponsorship signing that we had with the luxury watch manufacturer Graham-London. We are looking at a great year-end for the two Series, which we hope will translate into bigger grids for next season.”

“We are happy with the partnership that we have managed to secure for both the GT3 Asia and the GT4 Asia Cup drivers for the upcoming event in Macau. As part of the deal, the annual end of season awards party will be hosted at the Grand Hyatt Macau and it will indeed be a splendid celebration to mark the end of another fantastic year,” said Paul Yao, CEO of Supercar Club Hong Kong.

The new 5 star Grand Hyatt Hotel Macau is located in the Cotai area between the islands of Coloane and Taipa, off the tip of Macau Peninsula, China. The Cotai hotel is part of the City of Dreams urban resort integrating entertainment, dining and shopping options. The Grand Hyatt Hotel Macau features 791 rooms & suites with spectacular views over Cotai and the west banks of Pearl River.

With well-equipped MICE facilities and signature restaurants, Grand Hyatt Hotel Macau promises to provide magnificent services to every guest visiting the cosmopolitan cultural city of Macau.

Grand Hyatt Hotel Macau near Cotai is easily accessible from Macau and Taipa ferry terminals, China Border Gate and Macau International Airport.

words: Motorsport Asia  pix: Syafril Ismail


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