October 02, 2009
Published on tags: Superleague
The Singapore Grand Prix, the first ever GPVWC Superleague night race, has been announced as the replacement for the former season finale, the New Zealand GP in Manfeild.

The GPVWC Administration, after surveying the kiwi track, deeped it unsuitable for the demanding Superleague car, and decided to transfer the 18th round of the 2009 championship to the Marina Bay circuit. The Asian city-state, which has been host of a Formula One grand prix in the last two seasons, will welcome the GPVWC for the first time in November.

"It will be a fantastic way to close our season" said William Ponissi, "a night race in one of the most exciting cities in the world, and with the Championship's Award ceremony taking place soon after the race - it doesn't get better than that."

Night racing will add even more charm to this special occasion. The recent Masters Series race in Brands Hatch, the first official night session in the league's history, turned out to be a spectacular event, and hopes are high that the Singapore GP will live up to these expectations.