C-Tech Laser Adorn Fresh Livery for Tony Bates and David Reynolds Audi
High end laser cutting company, C-Tech Laser have stepped up to a primary sponsor role aboard the Tony Bates owned Audi GT3 which will be co-driven this weekend by David Reynolds.
The refreshed livery on Bates’ Audi sees an increased presence for long-time sponsor C-Tech Laser, while existing sponsors AFS Logistics, Local Roadways and Bryant & Bryant maintain their relationship with the team. One Ledger Accountants also join the team as a new sponsor.
C-Tech Laser provides state-of-the-art laser cutting solutions across Eastern Australia, with its services including CAD drafting, pre-production samples and post-production fabrication. C-Tech Laser services a broad client base including the defence, automotive, engineering and construction industries.
“I’m really excited to have C-Tech Laser onboard again, they’ve been with me for a number of years now,” said Bates. We’ve also picked up a new sponsor in One Ledger, it’s great to have them in the team this year. Plus our returning sponsors AFS Logistics, Bryant & Bryant and Local Roadways. The car looks amazing.”
The new primary sponsor has brought about a fresh paint job for the Audi, with its previous blue and green scheme making way for the black, red and white colours of the C-Tech Laser brand.
The Fanatec GT World Challenge Australia Powered by AWS will be supported by an impressive array of racing categories, including the Supercheap Auto TCR Australia Series, Turtle Wax Trans Am Series, the S5000 Australian Drivers’ Championship and plenty more.
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All of the action will be broadcast live and on-demand on Stan Sport, with midweek highlights on the Nine Network’s 9GEM channel.