DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, May 11th, 2023, Chainwire
Bybit, the world’s third most visited crypto exchange, is proud to announce its official sponsorship of the Safehouse Racegraph Lamborghini team for Super Trofeo in Asia. This partnership is a thrilling new step for Bybit, as it continues to accelerate toward the future of finance.
With this sponsorship, Bybit will be supporting Safehouse Racegraph’s quest for victory at the Super Trofeo series, which consists of six races across five countries in Asia and Australia. The deal will see Bybit’s striking logo prominently displayed on the team’s car as they compete on iconic circuits such as Sepang and Fuji.
Bybit is no stranger to sports sponsorship, inking one of the biggest sports sponsorship deals of all time when it became the Principle Team Partner of Oracle Red Bull Racing in February 2022. The deal with Safehouse Racegraph will further extend the crypto exchange’s reach in Asia and Australia as the crypto revolution gears up globally.
Safehouse Racegraph has recently made an exciting addition to its driver lineup for the upcoming season. Singapore-based Finnish driver Mikko Nassi, known for his illustrious career in karting, has turned his sights toward GT competition and will be bringing his immense talents to Safehouse Racegraph. Joining him on the team will be 27-year-old Singaporean Ni Weiliang, who has honed his racing skills through a successful career in Asian single seaters.
“We are excited to be part of this amazing journey with the Safehouse Racegraph Lamborghini team and their pursuit of excellence on the racetrack,” said Ben Zhou, CEO of Bybit. “Through this partnership, we hope to showcase our shared values: next-level performance, reliability, and opportunities. We look forward to seeing our logo on track and cheering on our drivers!”
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