Sean McIntosh teams with Stuart Morrison PR Montreal, Quebec (Nov.25, 2004) -- Stuart Morrison Public Relations, the Montreal-based motorsport communications agency, is delighted to announce a PR agreement with Sean McIntosh, Canada's leading ...
Sean McIntosh teams with Stuart Morrison PR
Montreal, Quebec (Nov.25, 2004) -- Stuart Morrison Public Relations, the Montreal-based motorsport communications agency, is delighted to announce a PR agreement with Sean McIntosh, Canada's leading young racing export and 2004 British Formula Renault 'Graduate Cup' Champion.
Hailing from Coquitlam, British Columbia, the 19-year-old has retained the services of Stuart Morrison Public Relations to promote his on-track achievements as he continues his impressive rise through the junior formulas to the upper echelons of motorsport. In addition to this the company will further build Sean's off-track profile across the media on both sides of the Atlantic.
McIntosh turned heads in 2004 with some stunning performances in the British Formula Renault Championship, his first season competing in Europe. Racing with Team Firstair Sean clinched the inaugural 'Graduate Cup' despite stiff home-grown opposition and more impressively the Canadian claimed an outright victory at Oulton Park in only his seventh start in the series. Further podium finishes at Brands Hatch and Donington Park helped seal sixth overall in the championship, a result which further highlights McIntosh as one of Canada's hottest young racing prospects.
"I'm delighted to be working Sean," commented Stuart Morrison.
"His promise was evident in his Formula Ford 2000 and Fran-Am campaigns here in North America but to go and perform so well against some of Europe's finest this season while learning new circuits and living abroad for the first time just goes to prove how talented he is! I look forward to a productive relationship promoting Sean both in and out of his race car."
McIntosh, while focusing his immediate efforts on negotiating with several teams on a return to Britain and a 2005 Formula Renault title-charge, is similarly pleased to have his PR requirements fulfilled through this new arrangement.
"It's important for me to develop and build strong relationships with the media at this stage of my career," he reflected. "Stuart's experience in this field and on both sides of the Atlantic is a great advantage and I'm looking forward to working with him to ensure my links in Canada are maintained while also establishing new relationships in the motorsport community and the wider media throughout North America and abroad."