Nevertheless, we are certain that the timing of this announcement and the infrastructure we are putting in place will allow us to repay the faith of Aston Martin and expand the AMR GT racing footprint throughout the region, providing quality service and support to our valued customers.” David King, President of Aston Martin Racing, said: “We have viewed China and the Southeast Asian region as a key strategic area of growth in motorsport for some time. Now with the continued and growing success of Vantage in the GT3 and GT4 the global GT arena, we have the perfect platform with which to do this. MSAA gives us the ability to provide works level servicing across Asia and assist our partners as they compete for championships with Aston Martin.” The selection of MSAA as the Southeast Asian distributor is the latest step in Aston Martin Racing’s strategy to extend and support its global network of partner teams. Alongside the expanded programme of deploying on-the-ground and remote support from its FIA GT World Endurance Manufacturers’ Championship-winning engineers and technicians, MSAA becomes the third established regional hub to provide local support and technical assistance. CSJ Motorsports, run by Cy and Susan Jary, continues to successfully sell all variants of the Aston Martin Vantage GT race car into the North American marketplace, as well as manage the network of partner teams and the supply of parts with valuable on-event support, and from its headquarters in San Antonio, TX. Meanwhile, GB Motorsport – the official distributor in New Zealand and Australia – is moving to a new facility near the Hampton Downs race circuit, where it will support all rounds of the North and South Island New Zealand Endurance Championships, having so far sold three of the new Vantage GT8Rs into the region.