LORBEK SINKS ITS TEETH INTO CLUB SANDWICH

By , 18 July, 2016


Lorbek Luxury Cars has announced its sponsorship of the annual ‘Club Sandwich’ at Motorclassica, for the fifth straight year.

Melbourne’s purveyor of prestigious, luxury and exotic cars will again support the daily displays of car and motorcycle enthusiast clubs, at Motorclassica 2016.

Staged once again at the world-heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building, Motorclassica is Australasia’s premier event for classic, collectible, rare and historic cars and motorcycles.

And ‘Club Sandwich’ is the support act, where almost 40 car and motorcycle clubs gather annually to proudly display an array of historically interesting and now-rare models.

Every year Lorbek adds to the eclectic mix of cars on display in Club Sandwich, by bringing along its own array of high-ends performance models from the likes of Porsche, McLaren, Ferrari, Maserati and others.

Over its four years of backing for Club Sandwich, Lorbek has helped support the display of more than 1000 cars and 200 motorcycles from around 100 clubs.

“Lorbek’s support has been vital to the on-going success of Club Sandwich and our ability to offer such a great way for the country’s car and bike enthusiasts to interact with show goers,” Motorclassica Event Director Paul Mathers said.

“Along with its support for the Clubs and the enthusiastic owners, Lorbek can always be relied upon to bring to Motorclassica a mouth-watering display of supercars that’s a show highlight.”

Lorbek Luxury Cars Managing Director Srecko Lorbek is an avid supporter of Motorclassica.

“It’s a great event … from the Concours d’Elegance and the annual auction to ‘Club Sandwich’, we love being a part of Motorclassica and engaging with its enthusiastic and knowledgeable audience.

“Club Sandwich is a good fit for us because not only does it allow us to display the latest and greatest aspirational models that we have for sale at the time, but also the variety of vehicles shown by the clubs reflects the breadth of our own automotive interests.”

 

Source: Exhibitions and Trade Fairs