Macao’s annual international sporting event – the 65th edition of the Macau Grand Prix – to be held from 15-18 November 2018, officially chosen Suncity Group as the event title Sponsor.
Event organbizers said the press conference was attended by Pun Weng Kun, President of Sports Bureau of the Macao SAR and Macau Grand Prix Organizing Committee Coordinator; Gina Lei, Senior Vice President of Public & Social Relations of Suncity Group; Lo Keng Chio, Chairman of the Automobile General Association of Macao-China; Chong Coc Veng, President of Automobile General Association of Macao-China and Coordinator of Sporting Subcommittee of MGPOC; Allen Lau Cho Un and Christine Lam Lin Kio, Vice Presidents of Sports Bureau of the Macao SAR Government and Deputy Coordinators of MGPOC.
Pun and Lei marked the signing of the sponsorship agreement with the presentation of a giant cheque, as Suncity Group supports the Macau Grand Prix for the fifth consecutive year.
This year’s event is officially named the Suncity Group 65th Macau Grand Prix. Safety, medical, rescue, and official vehicles will be provided by BMW Concessionaires (Macau) Ltd.
The Suncity Group 65th Macau Grand Prix will continue to work with the FIA to hold three world-class races: the FIA F3 World Cup, the FIA GT World Cup, and the WTCR FIA World Touring Car Cup. In addition, the four prestigious headline races also include the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix – 52nd Edition. Together with Macau Touring Car Cup and Greater Bay Area Cup, the race programme will feature six thrilling races this year.
The MGPOC is planning a series of events to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the Macau Grand Prix with Macao citizens and visitors including collecting photographs and short videos on social media platforms and a family friendly Macau Grand Prix carnival and car show, providing an opportunity for the public to experience the atmosphere of the Macau Grand Prix through different channels.
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