“The Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix is most definitely my favourite event on the MotoGP™ calendar. The atmosphere at The Island is like nothing I’ve experienced anywhere else in the world and the track itself is unreal – even at 350 km/h it’s impossible not to take in the epic surroundings.”

Jack Miller


Connect your brand with an estimated 86,250 attendees on a worldwide stage at the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix.

This is where you witness the world's best riders and biggest names in motorcycle racing as they battle for victory at Phillip Island.

The event offers a range of opportunities for brands to showcase their unique offerings in order to drive sales and awareness, increase engagement and interaction with fans, and achieve premium brand positioning.

Partners of the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix have access to a range of benefits including:

  • On-site activations and displays 
  • Marketing rights 
  • Promotional, multimedia and digital opportunities 
  • Signage 
  • Branded hospitality suites
  • Advertising on GPTV (event closed-circuit TV)

To discuss partnership opportunities, please call (03) 9258 7166 or fill in the below form and one of our dedicated Business Development team will call you.

 

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