Date posted on December 3, 2010 · Published by Mark Goddard
Motorsport Asia, the promoter and organizer of the 2011 Formula Pacific Series, have announced the signing of a series sponsor which secures the championship for the next three years and will result in an even more exiting schedule than seen in 2010. Once support race contracts have been signed the schedule will be announced within a couple of weeks. Drivers can now be confident in the long term future of the series. Eurasia Motorsport will continue testing at the Sepang F1 circuit on January 4-6 and drivers should book now before all seats are filled with the 2010 Championship winning team.
Full test dates at Sepang are now January 4-6, February 7-9, 14-16, 28 and March 1-3 and 7-10. Eurasia Motorsport will run cars on all these dates and drivers interested in winning races should contact us now to book a car.
The full text of the MAL press release is below:
Motorsport Asia is very pleased to announce that they have secured a Title sponsor for the Formula Pacific Series. The deal is for the next three years, the 2011 to 2013 seasons inclusive.
The terms agreed between Motorsport Asia and the Title Sponsor will also include a name change of the Series to include the Title Sponsor’s name.
“I am absolutely delighted to have secured this deal to continue the Championship at the same level as in previous years. Obviously with the withdrawal of BMW and the termination of the European Championship, the pressure was on. However, I fully believe that this Championship was great and a vital necessity for the sport in the Region and the development of future young talent. This deal and the strong support that we have been receiving from the Teams and Drivers makes the prospect of next season really exciting,” said David Sonenscher, CEO of Motorsport Asia.
“Obviously everyone is waiting for the announcement of the Calendar and in fact the only thing holding that back is the some contractual formalities. Everything is agreed and I hope to have those signed off in the next couple of weeks so that we can make a public announcement of the Calendar. Frankly, it will not be much of a change from this year but we have one or two exciting new venues, so in actual fact it will be better.” He added.
The name of the Title Sponsor and the new Championship will be announced at a grand launch event, which is being scheduled for the 3rd or 4th week of January. The exact details of which will be announced soon after the New Year.