The life-size race car creation is our yearly tradition and it is our pleasure to have Ayam Brand on board with us this year.
SINGAPORE – The hard-working chefs at Royal Plaza on Scotts in Singapore are at it again with another colourful race car creation to mark this year’s Singapore F1 Grand Prix night race from September 20-22.
This year, in collaboration with Ayam Brand, a Singapore-born household name in Asia, the chefs have built the Largest Race Car Sculpture made of tin cans in Singapore.
The race car is built with over 8000 Ayam Brand tin cans, and is on display at the hotel façade until September 22.
The 4.5-metre-long, 2-metre-wide and 1-metre-tall race car sculpture, was built by Royal Plaza on Scotts’ “pit crew”, comprising of Chief Experience Officers (CEOs) from culinary and engineering, led by executive chef Darren Ong.
Altogether, eight different types of Ayam brand tin cans were used to form various parts of the race car, from the wheels to body spoilers.
General manager and CEO of Royal Plaza on Scotts, Patrick Fiat, said, “The life-size race car creation is our yearly tradition and it is our pleasure to have Ayam Brand on board with us this year.”
A donation box placed along the race car will raise funds for Sing’theatre’s “Sing Me A Story @ NUH”, a community outreach programme and site-specific project that brings songs, music and storytelling straight to the beds at the paediatric wards at National University Hospital (NUH).