Premier Apartment Developers in Sydney NSW Supports Australian Motorsport
Brian Boyd and PAYCE are as committed to motorsport as they are to the development of quality residential communities, retail and commercial precincts of urban renewal.
Brian Boyd - Managing Director of PAYCE Consolidated Pty Limited talks about his involvement with Australian Motorsport sponsorship.
Commercial and Residential Apartment Developers in Sydney
PAYCE Consolidated Pty Limited Managing Director Brian Boyd believes - "You learn a lot along the way – and after 35 years in the building, property and apartment development industries, we understand that you constantly need to set new standards". In many ways Motorsport is not dissimilar in that developing a good high performance product is a combination of well thought out design that considers as many environmental factors as possible, while collaborating with extremely talented individuals who have a sound working knowledge and extensive experience in the field.
PAYCE sponsored Australian Motor Racing: the Drivers, the Teams, The Cars and the Events around Australia.
Mr Brian Boyd as managing director of PAYCE Consolidated Pty Limited has been immersed in the Australian Motorsport industry since 2006. PAYCE have maintained sponsorships across many motor racing categories including V8 Supercars, Touring car Masters, the Porsche Carrera Cup, Dunlop Super2 series, Australian Trans Am and the historic Group N series of vehicles. In collaboration with Wilson Security Racing PAYCE have provided support to local racing teams Dean Johnson Racing and Gary Rogers Motorsport providing backing for many talented upcoming young drivers.
Actively engaged in Australian Motor Racing sponsorship in many guises over the years but more recently as a major contributor to the latest category of Supercar motor racing with the TCR series of events now underway.
Brian Boyd believes in encouraging young drivers to break into the mainstream motor racing circuit.
With such notable Australian Motor Racing legends in the PAYCE motor racing team as John Bowe and the now retired Garry Rogers from Wilson Security Racing GRM - Garry Rogers Motorsport, James Moffat (son of Australian Motor Racing legend Allan Moffat), Garth Tander, Richard Muscat, James Golding, Mason Barbera and Macauley Jones (from Brad Jones Racing), the development of the younger racing drivers is a particular area where Brian Boyd sees the future of the sport coming to the fore.
Young drivers showing promise in lesser event categories, when given the opportunity to show their already good instincts and sharp reflexes make better racing decisions when exposed to real racing experience. All this equates to real results for the whole team and steady increases in points on the leaderboard.
PAYCEs committed involvement with Australian Motorsport
PAYCE have provided sponsorship for teams racing the Volvo S60 and Commodore V8Supercars on motor racing circuits all over Australia and even down on the streets of Kuala Lumpur proving that PAYCE is among the leaders of motorsport in the Asia Pacific Region.
Brian Boyd - Managing Director of PAYCE Consolidated Pty Limited.
PAYCE has a long-time association with Australian motorsport through its support of drivers, teams and categories. At PAYCE, we see many synergies between our company and this popular sport, including sharing a passion for what we do.
Through our sponsorships, we contribute to opportunities for young drivers to live their dreams and for local drivers and teams to showcase their skills around Australia and to the world.
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