BlackBull Markets and Tom Alexander Partnering for the 2021 GT3 Endurance Series
BlackBull Markets and Tom Alexander partnering for the 2021 GT3 Endurance Series
BlackBull Markets is proud to announce that it will be partnering with Kiwi motorsport champion Tom Alexander.
As BlackBull Markets’ newest brand ambassador, Tom will be sporting our distinctive colours for the 2021 GT3 Endurance Series. The series is one of the racing calendar’s most exciting championships. 50+ high-calibre teams will be gunning for the podium across eight high-octane races.
BlackBull Markets is an international operation supported by the best local talent and cutting-edge technology. In this spirit, we have chosen to partner with Tom and his team, Kiwis operating at the highest level, on their quest to claim another championship win.
The compatibility of BlackBull Markets and Tom is unmistakable. As one of New Zealand’s leading FinTech companies in the incredibly competitive financial service industry, we are acutely aware of what it takes to succeed at an elite level, whether in business or sport.
Tenacity, perseverance, preparation, and a deep support structure are required to navigate, and overtake the challenges of a chosen discipline. These are characteristics found in abundance in both BlackBull Markets and Tom Alexander, and why we have decided to work together.
We are thrilled for our partnership with Tom and wish him a safe and victorious 2021 GT3 Endurance Series.
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2021 GT3 ENDURANCE SERIES RACE DAYS
Golden Homes North Island Endurance Series:
- Pukekohe Raceway; May 8–9
- Hampton Downs Motorsport Park; May 28–29
- Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park in Taupo; June 11–12
- Pukekohe Raceway; June 27
Carters Tyres South Island Endurance Series:
- Mike Pero Motorsport Park in Christchurch; Sept 4
- Teretonga Park in Invercargill; September 18
- Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell; October 2
- Levels Raceway in Timaru; October 16
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