Conquest Racing has revealed that its partnership with the King Tut exhibition and organisers Arts and Exhibitions International has been extended to include this week's Honda Indy Toronto, guaranteeing that Alex Tagliani will be in action in front of his countrymen.
After a successful venture together at this year's Indianapolis 500, the Rubicon Sports Agency-engineered deal will continue as “Tutankhamen: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs
prepares to make an exclusive Canadian appearance at the Art Gallery of Ontario between November 2009 to next April. As at Indy, a golden image of the boy pharaoh will once again feature on the cockpit of the #34 Conquest entry, with additional King Tut branding on the front wing.
“The King Tut exhibit is an extraordinary one and it's an honour to be able to promote such a wonderful exhibition once again,” team owner Eric Bachelart commented, “With the exhibit heading to Toronto after its run in Indianapolis, it's a natural fit for us to continue our partnership with Arts and Exhibitions International.”