A good reputation can be more valuable than money. And while very difficult to get, it can be all too easy to lose.
For up-and-coming racing drivers, the Macau Grand Prix has thrived over the years as the place to seal your reputation as a potential star of the future. And yet, at the same time, it has also won its spurs as the place to lose it.
With the tight and twisty Guia circuit proving to be, perhaps, the ultimate challenge outside of Formula One, the attraction of the event is easy to understand. To win at Macau, you have to be very good.