FUJITSU TO REMAIN WITH GRM

Garry Rogers Motorsport announces Fujitsu General will continue their sponsorship of the V8 Supercar team for a further two years.

The original two year sponsorship deal between Fujitsu and GRM was to expire at the end of this year but has been renewed through to the end of 2013. 

Before resigning with GRM, Fujitsu considered sponsorship opportunities with other V8 Supercar teams as well as other sporting events before deciding to remain with Garry Rogers Motorsport thanks to the power and performance encompassed by their sponsorship agreement. 



Before resigning with GRM, Fujitsu considered sponsorship opportunities with other V8 Supercar teams as well as other sporting events before deciding to remain with Garry Rogers Motorsport thanks to the power and performance encompassed by their sponsorship agreement.

Fujitsu General National Marketing Manager Milton Kaloudis said it is great to continue the affiliation between the company and the team.
“Sponsorship is a vital component to the relationship between businesses, and the staff get a real buzz from being part of the team,” said Kaloudis.

GRM team owner Garry Rogers said it was very rewarding to have secured Fujitsu as our major sponsor once again and to continue the association with a corporation of equally high profile and branding as their own.

“History has shown we have an excellent team here. Over the years we’ve always had long term agreements with sponsors with Valvoline (26 years) and Cummins (18 years), we aren’t one to chop and change,” said Rogers.

Our ongoing results and accompanying sponsorship activities is what has encouraged our sponsors to remain with GRM.

GRM has seen some great results since joining forces with Fujitsu including a win at Sydney’s Homebush circuit and 2nd place at Hamilton in New Zealand and Winton.

One of GRM’s drivers, Lee Holdsworth, will be moving on at the end of this year and whilst the team and Fujitsu will be sorry to see him go history has shown that Garry Rogers has the knack of introducing the talent when necessary. It will be interesting to see who Garry pops up with next.

“Having Fujitsu on board for a further two years and continuing our long standing relationship with Valvoline and Cummins will be great for the Fujitsu Racing GRM brand which has become well established since the formation of the relationship nearly two years ago,” said Rogers.

“We are really pleased to be able to retain the mantle as ‘the coolest team in V8 Supercars’.”