Fans at the Pramac Generac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2019 who are looking for premium VIP hospitality combined with the incredible views from a grandstand seat, Gardner Club is for them.
The facility’s offerings are tailored to ensure that fans can get the best of both worlds and now the announcement of meet and greets with Wayne and Remy Gardner and special short performances from comedian Dave Hughes has elevated this all-new space to another level.
Wayne Gardner is looking forward to seeing the Gardner Club come to life and will be seen there cheering on his son Remy Gardner, competing in the Moto2™ World Championship category, throughout the weekend.
“It is such a nice surprise to have this facility named after me on the 30-year anniversary of my win at Phillip Island, complete with its own grandstand, there is no better way to watch the race,” said Gardner.
“I’m looking forward to watching my son Remy, and fellow Aussie, Jack Miller, race on this amazing circuit, and enjoy all the hospitality Gardner Club has on offer.”
Dave Hughes will perform an excerpt of his stand-up comedy show on Sunday 27 October at Gardner Club, as well as two other locations around the circuit.
Arthur Gillion, General Manager – Marketing at the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, says it’s so important to continue evolving the overall experience for fans from facilities, to entertainment to the on-track action.
“Gardner Club is an all-encompassing offering combining the best track viewing with off-track entertainment from Dave Hughes and visits from Wayne and Remy Gardner across the weekend, creating a great new space for fans to take in all the action of the Pramac Generac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2019,” he said.
Gardner Club allows fans to view eight turns from their grandstand seat, and when they want to take a break there is premium hospitality only a few steps away.