DXC Technology extends with Team Penske

IT company to sponsor Simon Pagenaud in the 2018 Verizon Indycar Series.

DXC Technology extends with Team Penske

DXC Technology has extended its agreement with Team Penske to be the primary sponsor of Simon Pagenaud’s number 22 Chevrolet for six races in the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series.

Pagenaud, who was the 2016 series champion, will see his car carry DXC’s branding for the upcoming season of the premier open-wheel motorsport competition, marking the second consecutive season that the IT company has been his car’s primary sponsor.

In addition, the DXC will continue as an associate sponsor for the remaining 11 races in the series’ calendar.

The news follows kit assembler Fitzgerald Glider Kits’ partnership with Team Penske in November as a primary sponsor of the number 22 Ford Mustang in 16 races of the 2018 stock car racing  season of the Nascar Xfinity Series.

“Team Penske is excited to grow the partnership with DXC Technology for 2018,” said Team Penske owner, Roger Penske. “This is a technology-dependent sport and we were able to integrate DXC into our INDYCAR program this season and we will be ready to take our performance, and hopefully our results, to the next level with them in 2018.”

“I enjoyed working with DXC Technology and representing their brand this past season,” added Pagenaud. “DXC Technology shares a similar philosophy with us at Team Penske, which is to strive for excellence. We are very proud to work together relentlessly toward further limits in our respective industries. We were excited to get a win with them in Sonoma and everyone at Team Penske wants to build on that as we welcome them back for 2018.”

“Our partnership with Team Penske provides a great opportunity for DXC Technology,” said Mike Lawrie, chairman and chief executive of DXC Technology. “Performance and reputation make Team Penske the type of organization with which we want to align. Like us, they strive for excellence in everything they do and work diligently to provide value for both sides of the relationship.”

The 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season opens on 11th March with the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg in Florida.