Craft-Bamboo Racing’s long term partner, INTERUSH, have announced their primary sponsorship of the #88 Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3. The partnership was announced with a prime advertising placement in the heart of New York City, near the tourist mecca of Times Square.  The world’s most famous advertising location was chosen to reveal the team’s INTERUSH-liveried Aston Martin that will compete in the GT Asia Series for 2015. The #88 car sports the iconic Le Mans light-blue colour, with accents of British Racing Green, resulting in a unique combination that reflects Aston Martin’s historic racing legacy.

The specially decorated INTERUSH entry will adorn the expansive digital screen located on the corner of 7th avenue and West 43rd Street, becoming a part of the most colourful and vibrant commercial corridor on earth. The display will continue to run for 30 days, guaranteeing optimal brand exposure for both INTERUSH and Craft-Bamboo Racing, while also showing the strength of the GT Asia Series on the global stage.  Seasoned GT Asia driver, Frank Yu, will be pairing up with GT ace, Richard Lyons, to drive the #88 Interush Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3, with the season opener starting in Yeongnam, South Korea on May 16th.

The pursuit of the GT Asia Championship Title would not be possible without the support of INTERUSH, Phytter, POAD, Gravity, Tunewear and FreeM.


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Richard Coleman, CEO of Craft-Bamboo Racing

“It is fantastic to have our long term partner INTERUSH on board with us for the 2015 GT Asia Series as primary sponsor of the #88 Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3. It’s great to see the car displayed in one of the greatest advertising spaces in the entire world and this will serve as great exposure for both of our brands. We have had a lot of success in other series with INTERUSH before and I am sure we will have more in the upcoming GT Asia series where I hope to see Frank Yu and Richard Lyons challenging for wins early in the season.”

2015 GT Asia Race Series Schedule

May 15-17: Yeongam, South Korea; Korea International Circuit
June 26-28: Okayama, Japan; Okayama International Circuit
July 17-19: Fuji, Japan; Fuji International Speedway
September 4-6: Sepang, Malaysia; Sepang International Circuit
September 25-27: Shanghai, China; Shanghai International Circuit
October 23-25: Buriram, Thailand; Chang International Circuit
November 20-22: Macau, China; Guia Circuit (Special Invitational Event)


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