The global technology and business solutions provider will be serving as a key primary sponsor for AMSP's Felix Rosenqvist for multiple events while sponsoring former Indy 500 champion Tony Kanaan for the 2023 Indy 500.
So the pairing of two of the sport's greats in order to rediscover success in the Verizon IndyCar Series is only natural. Kanaan is no stranger to winning and being at the front of the sport while Foyt is widely regarded as one of the greatest motorsports names to ever exist. So when the green flag drops on Kanaan's No. 14 Chevy next season, it'll be quick to show whether or not Foyt or Kanaan made the right move.
Kansas is not as sexy as Talladega, I admit. It is not a Daytona, a Darlington, and it is no Indianapolis. I think having the race named after a series of sponsors instead of seeking a real identity might have something to do with that. Still, some big names have been among the 16 winners there since they first started up the engines back in 2001.
Two weeks ago, Tony Kanaan hinted towards Rubens Barrichello that he should come try the IZOD IndyCar Series out. That small hint has now turned into a deal into the making as the Formula One veteran tested a car for KV Racing.