More Indy 500 liveries unveiled

More Indy 500 liveries unveiled


More Indy 500 liveries unveiled


Jack Harvey’s colorful No. 50 Michael Shank Racing with Andretti Autosport Honda broke cover Thursday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Among the various sponsors on the car, AutoNation is featured and has been a key part of the Andretti stable on Ryan Hunter-Reay’s entry, and SiriusXM, which sponsored the team’s IndyCar and ALMS entries in the late 2000s, has made a surprise return.

“We’re super excited to unveil the car, it’s something we’ve been working on for a long time and I’m glad we’re finally able to present it with all our sponsors and partners,” Harvey said. “It’s been a long-time in the making, I think about 18 months for me, but we’re happy to have AutoNation on board who has been supportive of this dream of mine for over a year now, so it’s been a relationship that has been growing and building forward for a while now. With Gap Guard coming on board and adding some yellow to the car, the team did a great job making pink and yellow flow well through the livery. And, just recently having SiriusXM join us is the icing on the cake.”


Zach Veach’s No. 40 AJ Foyt Racing Chevy was also unveiled this week with primary sponsorship from the Women in Tech Indy Championship LPGA event at the IMS Brickyard Crossing, while Graham Rahal’s GP of Indy livery, featuring the Soldier Strong charity, was released.