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Ryan Hunter-Reay, Andretti Autosport and DHL sign three-year extension

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Andretti Autosport announced today that they have signed a three-year extension with Ryan Hunter-Reay to continue to drive for the organization. AA also signed an agreement for DHL to remain the primary sponsor on the No. 28 for the next three years, as well.

“I’m thrilled to be able to announce today that the relationship between myself, DHL and Andretti Autosport will continue,” two-time ESPYS Best Driver award recipient Hunter-Reay said. “To think back on my career and how far it has come, I know that DHL and Andretti Autosport have been instrumental in great achievements. I’m happy to call both organizations family and proud of how we have grown together over the past years. DHL is an iconic international brand and I can’t thank them enough for not only their support in the team and myself, but also for their trust in me as a spokesperson and representative of their company.

“Every driver strives to find the stability in their career that allows them to continually grow each year; having a home at Andretti Autosport for the last five seasons, working with the same crew and supportive sponsors has no doubt been a key part of our successes. I look forward to all that is yet to come.”

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”The speed, reliability and dedication exemplified by Andretti Autosport, Ryan Hunter-Reay and the DHL IndyCar team is truly an ideal fit for DHL and we are extremely pleased to continue our successful partnership,” Christine Nashick, Chief Customer Officer for DHL Express, said. “Since we teamed together in 2011, we’ve been able to successfully connect our global brand with the public and promote DHL as the International Specialists. We look forward to more spectacular years of racing with Andretti Autosport and Ryan.”

Hunter-Reay won the championship driving for AA in 2012 and has 14 wins and 18 top-10 finishes in 166 career IndyCar starts. The 33-year-old currently sits third in the standings, 63 points behind Will Power with three races to go.

“Together DHL and Ryan (Hunter-Reay) have won their first series championship and first Indy 500 and we couldn’t be happier to have both returning to the Andretti family,” team owner Michael Andretti. “Having a driver as dedicated as Ryan and a partner as supportive as DHL is what every IndyCar team strives to achieve. I’m happy to have shared the last few years with them and look forward to all of the success that will no doubt be in our future together.”

About Ashley McCubbin (2850 Articles)
Joining OnPitRoad.com mid-2013 season, Ashley McCubbin is now the Managing Editor and contributes to each racing division as needed. Since studying journalism at the University of Guelph-Humber, Ashley has published articles on a couple of different websites, while serving as a public relations representative for different short track teams. Born in North York, Ontario, Ashley currently lives in Bradford, Ontario and spends her weekend at the local short tracks in the area. She has spent her entire life at the short track level, falling in love with the sport at the age of five. Beyond her love of short track racing, she also has grown an interest for both NASCAR and the IndyCar Racing Series. She also enjoys taking photos and working on websites, while playing a couple rounds of Candy Crush afterwards.

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