Brema Group continue as Naming Rights for Morse

Canberra based demolition, earthworks and recycling specialists, Brema Group will continue as naming rights for Zane Morse in the Toyota 86 Series for a second year running. ‘Brema Group Racing’ was donned on the 2018 livery and director Mark Siracusa is pleased to be continuing his support for another season. 

“I’m pleased to be joining up with Zane again for the 2019 season,” admits Siracusa.

“He is such a polite and well spoken young man and it was a pleasure to be on board and support him last year, so I’m looking forward to it again this year.” 

Brema Group is a family owned company, whose directors have been involved in the construction industry for over 25 years thus, loyalty and hard work is something they are no stranger to. 

“I’m glad that I can help Zane follow his dreams by supporting him. He has a lot of talent and I’m hopeful he can have a great year,” said Siracusa.

“Obviously the team has expanded with now young brother Alec Morse racing too, so it’s great that we could jump on board and support both the boys for their 2019 campaigns.” 

Morse is excited to have the demolition and excavation specialists on board for his 2019 campaign. 

“I’m so thankful to Mark and his team at Brema Group for continuing their support for another season. It’s just awesome and it means a lot,” admits Morse. 

“Without the support from sponsors I wouldn’t be able to chase my dreams and it’s guys like this who make it all possible. 

“I can’t wait to hit the track and I hope we can have a successful season and bring home some positive results for Mark and Brema Group.” 

The Toyota 86 Series will take to the track for the first round of the season as a support category to the Supercars at Phillip Island 12 – 14 April, 2019. 

For more information on Brema Group visit;  http://www.bremagroup.com.au/index.html

Keep up to date with all of Zane’s racing via his Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/zanemorseracing/

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