Dale Coyne Racing announced on Tuesday that British racong driver Katherine Legge will compete for the team in 108th running of the Indianapolis 500 next month.

Legge returned to the Indianapolis 500 with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing in 2023 and looking ahead to her opportunity with Coyne she said:

I’m honored to be back at the 500 to represent such a groundbreaking and historic effort put forward by e.l.f. “e.l.f. is truly changing the face of motorsports by lifting women up and challenging norms. Janet Guthrie set the stage for this type of moment back in the ‘70s and I’m honored to carry it forward with Dale Coyne Racing with RWR this year. When I was nine years old, I decided I wanted to be a race car driver, and I never would have dreamed a beauty brand would one day be my primary sponsor in the Indy 500. Together with DCR, Honda, and e.l.f., we will truly empower women who are breaking barriers, pushing boundaries, and testing the limits by giving them the confidence and a path towards realizing their dreams, whatever they may be!”

Team owner Dale Coyne said:

We’re pleased to welcome Katherine back to our team after all these years. She’s had a good career since she first drove for us in 2007 and we can’t wait to start working with her again for this year’s Indianapolis 500. “We’re also excited to be part of this historic partnership with e.l.f. at the Indy 500. We look forward to working with them and making them proud in May.”

Legge will take part in the two-day Open Test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway starting on Wednesday.

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