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Scott Dixon speeds into Auckland to support premiere

Rialto Distribution are excited to announce the arrival of Scott Dixon and his wife Emma Dixon to Auckland, New Zealand to support the film release and attend the premiere for BORN RACER: THE SCOTT DIXON STORY.

Rialto are also thrilled to share the official New Zealand film trailer that launched today:

Scott and Emma Dixon will be in attendance alongside guests at the official New Zealand premiere at Auckland’s Sylvia Park on October 24, ahead of the official cinema release on October 25.

Producer Matthew Metcalfe comments “winning a fifth championship is an amazing accomplishment for Scott and we are delighted that he, and wife Emma, will return to New Zealand for the premiere to celebrate a story of Kiwi ‘can do’ and determination.”

Rialto Distribution Sales manager Kevin Gordon comments “We’re privileged to be able to bring Scott’s story to New Zealand cinemas, this will be a very special film that is a must see on the big screen”.

Please find the press release, film press kit and key film stills attached and below.

For further information on BORN RACER: THE SCOTT DIXON STORY please contact

BORN RACER: THE SCOTT DIXON STORY opens in NZ cinemas October 25.

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