We are proud to join Rahal Letterman Lanigan as an associate sponsor of the NTT IndyCar Series and driver Graham Rahal for the 2019 season. Our partnership with the team is reflective of the way we do business: we consider every customer to be a valued partner and our partnerships provide depth and value for both parties. Our expanded commitment with racing provides us with an exciting venue for hosting customers and prospects alike, while enabling us to expand our brand into new markets.
“The expanding commitment that the men and women of Fleet Cost & Care are giving RLL is tremendous. Just as their software helps companies save time, ensure safety, improve data accuracy, and work smarter, their support of our program allows us to compete at the highest levels with the ultimate goal of winning the championship. We are proud of our partnership and look forward to growing our business together for years to come,” – Bobby Rahal, 3-Time IndyCar Champion and Indianapolis 500 Winner
Graham Rahal grew up in racing visiting tracks around the world and carries on a championship lineage from his father, three-time IndyCar champion and 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby Rahal. Graham has followed in his father’s footsteps and become one of the stars of the NTT IndyCar Series driving the No. 15 Honda for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. Graham became the youngest winner in IndyCar Series history when he drove to victory in his series debut in St. Petersburg at the age of 19 years, 93 days old in 2008. He is a six-time IndyCar Series winner who has won five times since 2015
“I am very proud to have the Curran family and Fleet Cost & Care on board. We have known them for many years and followed their remarkable success in both their crane company and equipment technology systems that is the standard in today’s world markets. We look forward to spending time with Jeff and his clients throughout our racing season and continuing to grow and expand our partnership,” – Michael Lanigan, co-owner of Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing with 1986 Indy 500 winner and three time Indy car champion Bobby Rahal and former late night host David Letterman.