On Monday, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing announced that Jack Harvey, driver of the No.30 Honda that AMADA America, a leading global machine tool manufacturer and supplier in the sheet metal industry, will serve as the primary sponsor for this weekend’s Children’s of Alabama Indy Grand Prix.
Stephen Keating, Vice President of Sales and Key Accounts at AMADA said:
“Our new partnership with the world-class Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team embodies a shared commitment to engineering and innovation. “We look forward to a close collaboration between our two technology-driven organizations.”
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing co-owner, Bobby Rahal commented on the news saying:
“AMADA is a great company and I’m very pleased that they have joined us as a partner. “Not only will they be the primary sponsor of the No. 30 entry for Jack Harvey at Barber but will also be providing us with equipment that will help us in the production of components for both the INDYCAR and IMSA programs. Their equipment is certainly cutting edge, literally, and the partnership will be a big asset for our team.”
Jack Harvey, driver of the No.30 AMADA Honda said:
“Having AMADA as the primary sponsor at Barber Motorsports Park is just cool. “There are a lot of natural synergies with AMADA and what my parents do in the UK with their business. My parents met some executives in Long Beach and hit it off. I’m looking forward to this relationship starting off strong this weekend and continuing to grow.”