Newly Announced Naming Rights Sponsor for Morse


Demolition, earthworks and recycling specialists, Brema Group have today been announced as Naming Rights sponsor to Zane Morse, 18-year-old driver in the Toyota 86 Series for the remainder of the 2018 season. Brema Group is a family owned company whose directors have been involved in the construction industry for over 20 years.

Specialising in demolition, excavation and recycling in and around the Canberra region Brema Group have built a reputation as a trusted name in the industry. Their focus on completing projects on time and on budget, whilst exceeding recycling targets, has attracted enormous respect amongst local companies and government departments.

Over the last couple of years, Brema Group have completed the demolition and excavation on some of Canberra’s most high profile projects including the Currong Apartments, Royal Australian Mint, National Gallery of Australia, and Canberra Centre Refurbishment.

Managing Director, Mark Siracusa is pleased to be supporting Morse as he chases down the Championship in 2018.

“I’ve been following Zane’s career right through his very successful karting career. If he can replicate his success in tin top racing he may well make it to Supercars. As a Canberra based company we like to see our own succeed…and we think Zane’s a chance to one day make it into Supercars.”

Likewise, the young Canberra native is also excited to have the demolition and excavation specialists on board.

“I’m thankful of having Mark and the crew from Brema Group on board for the remainder of the season. Their support means a lot and I’m really looking forward to showcasing their brand on our (Toyota) 86,” admits Morse.

The Toyota 86 Series return to the track for the second round of the Championship as a support category to the V8 Supercars at the Townsville 400, Queensland, July 6-8.

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