NTT IndyCar Series team Juncos Racing have had a busy Wednesday as the outfit announced multiple sponsorship deals for this weekend’s 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge.

Firstly they announced that 250Ok will serve as primary sponsor to Kyle Kaiser’s No.32 Chevrolet and they have also just announced an extension to their partnership with NFP and GMR.

Speaking about the news, team owner Ricardo Juncos said:

“Since our relationship began in 2018, NFP has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to our partnership – beginning with last year’s Indy 500, to this year’s Circuit of the Americas and now the 103rd Running of the Indy 500

Juncos went on to describe the last couple of weeks for his team saying:

To say the last couple of weeks have been a test of our resilience would be an understatement. “To be able to rely on partners like NFP means the world to us at Juncos Racing. We have seen firsthand NFP’s exceptional culture, commitment to employees and clients, and determination to maximize and push the boundaries of what’s possible. It’s partners like NFP and GMR that have helped to drive our mutual success.”
Chairman and CEO of NFP Doug Hammond commented saying:
We’re delighted to continue our strong partnership with Juncos Racing and Kyle Kaiser for the Indy 500. “Just as NFP is passionate about going the extra mile for our employees and clients, Juncos is passionate about going above and beyond to succeed on the sport’s biggest stage. We wish Kyle and the entire Juncos team all the best at the Brickyard later this week.”
President and CEO of GMR Randy Owen commented on the news saying:
“We are excited to partner with NFP and Juncos and to support Kyle at the Indy 500. “Global Medical Response companies have a long history of being involved with motorsports through our ground and air medical safety teams. This is the second year our involvement as the AMR IndyCar safety team and are providing onsite medical support for drivers and fans at the Indy 500 this year.”
Kyle Kaiser will start Sunday’s race from 33rd on the grid after the American bumped Fernando Alonso from the field on Sunday.
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