Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing announced a five race primary sponsorship agreement with Shield, a subsidiary of Digital Ally who will serve as primary sponsor to defending Indianapolis 500 champion Takuma Sato’s No.30 Dallara Honda on a multi-year contract.
Stan Ross, CEO of Digital Ally commented on the news stating:
RLL Racing has always been a committed partner for Digital Ally and we’re excited to have such a prominent sponsorship role for the 2021 season,” “This level of exposure allows us to quickly and efficiently spread the word about our highly-effective, less harsh, cleanser line and other critical health protection products.
Takuma Sato commented on the new partnership saying:
“Digital Ally has been a great partner of the team since 2019 and gave fans an unbelievable view inside our garage at the Indy 500 with their camera technology. “And to now have its Shield™ Health Protection Products as a primary sponsor for five races is tremendous. Cleansers and disinfectants have become an even more important part of our daily lives and I am proud to represent them. The No. 30 Honda looks great in their colors.”
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team co-owner Mike Lanigan commented on the announcement saying:
“Like it did for everyone, 2020 created unprecedented challenges for our team. “We were able to seek guidance from our partner Digital Ally on the best way to keep our team members as safe as possible, whether we were at the race shop or race track. Shield™ Health Protection Products and the related product line enable us to do that and we are proud to represent them on track and off.”