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New sponsorship for Conquest.

Conquest Racing has announced a title sponsorship deal with Sanctuary Cove, Australia's leading lifestyle residential community development, for this weekend's Nikon Indy 300.

Sanctuary Cove's logo will be displayed prominently on the side-pods, rear wing and engine cover of the #36 Conquest Dallara driven by Alex Tagliani.

“We are extremely pleased to welcome Sanctuary Cove to the Conquest family for this weekend's race,” Conquest Racing team owner Eric Bachelart said. “Sanctuary Cove has high quality standards that very much resemble those needed by a race team like ours and we are proud to be associated with them.”

Sanctuary Cove's 474-hectare residential enclave features two championship golf courses, four harbours, 15 restaurants and harbour side cafes, fashion boutiques and specialties overlooking the tranquil marina, an extensive Rec Club, the casual elegance of The Country Club and the five-star Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove hotel.

“It is fantastic for Sanctuary Cove to be associated with Conquest Racing as well as with Alex and Bronte,” Mark Jensen, general manager of marketing and events for Sanctuary Cove, said. “Sanctuary Cove offers a very similar lifestyle to the one that Alex and Bronte have in Vegas and is also a place they would like to maybe live in the future.

“It is also a fantastic opportunity for us to introduce to the VIPs at the track and the international audience the lifestyle resort that is Sanctuary Cove with its boats, marine village, a variety of stores and all the lifestyle aspects we cover. A lot of exciting things are happening here, just like at Indy.”


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