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Macau GP Competitors Meet Young Fans

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Competitors of both two and four wheels gathered in front of the new Macau Grand Prix Race Control Tower ahead of this weekend’s 60th Macau Grand Prix.

Drivers of the Windsor Arch Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix and the FIA World Touring Car Championship Guia race of Macau joined riders of the 47th Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix in front of the new Race Control Tower which was specifically constructed for the Grand Prix’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

After the photo session, the competitors then visited the Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel where they were greeted by a display of classic cars and bikes showcasing the heritage of the Macau GP’s glittering history. They were joined by students from the School of Nations of Macau and the Macau Portuguese School, who the drivers and riders were more than happy to sign autographs for and take photos with at the annual meet-and-greet.

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