KVSH Racing confirmed on Saturday the return of Hydroxycut as the primary sponsor to the No.11 Chevrolet that will once again be driven by Frenchman Sebastien Bourdais for the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series season.

KVSH Racing co-owner James ‘Sulli’ Sullivan commented on the dea by saying:

Having Hydroxycut, a world class brand that’s been chosen by millions, back on board with us is a huge piece of the puzzle, I believe we are positioned for a banner year with the Hydroxycut Machine.

Four time CART champion Sebastien Bourdais returns for another season in IndyCar and speaking about that new agreement, KVSH co-owner Kevin Kolkhoven commented by saying:

I am extremely pleased to confirm that Sebastien Bourdais will return to drive for KVSH Racing in 2016, Sebastien is a proven champion and has shown over the last two years that he capable of competing and beating the best in the IndyCar series.  We look forward to continuing to progress as a team and working to produce more championships.

KVSH co-owner Jimmie Vasser also commented on the new deal by saying:

I am very pleased and proud to say that we have Sebastien Bourdais back the KVSH Racing car. I have raced against him and worked as his strategist the last two years. I can say without a doubt that he is an exceptional driver and a true champion. We look forward to winning a lot more races and challenging the championship in 2016.

Bourdais enters his eleventh straight season in the Verizon IndyCar Series and his third with KVSH Racing and is in a three way tie in second place on the list for all time champions with Mario Andretti and Dario Franchitti.

Speaking about his new agreement, Bourdais commented by saying:

I want to thank Kevin Kalkhoven, Jimmy Vasser and Sulli for the opportunity to continue competing for KVSH Racing, I also want to thank Hydroxycut for their continued support.  In the last two years we’ve captured poles, won races, and the HYDROXYCUT machine has certainly become a fan favorite.  We just need to keep working hard if we are going to compete consistently at the highest level and contend for a championship.

 

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