A1GP fan Bruce Nivision enjoyed the honour of seeing his name on the grid when the World Cup of Motorsport visited Chengdu in China for the second round of its 2008/09 campaign at the weekend.
The motor racing enthusiast from Croydon won the unique opportunity to have his name printed on the rear wing of the Team GBR machine – driven to a brace of rostrum finishes by championship new boy Danny Watts – as part of the 'Airwaves Pro' Kick Up A Gear
campaign, which encourages people to live their dreams.
“It was an amazing experience being able to see my name printed on the Team GBR car,” he enthused. “I was able to really be part of the action in a unique way, and being a huge car fan it was certainly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.”
“I'm delighted Bruce enjoyed his prize,” added Wrigley marketing director Toby Baker. “This is what the Airwaves Pro campaign is all about, and it's superb to be able to give something back to people such as Bruce, who spend so much of their time showing us their support.”