DHL to sponsor Ryan Hunter-Reay
IndyCar driver Ryan Hunter-Reay won't have to worry about sponsorship issues this year.
Logistics company DHL has signed a multiyear agreement with Andretti Autosport to serve as a co-primary sponsor for Hunter-Reay. DHL will also serve as an associate sponsor for new Andretti driver Mike Conway
The 30-year-old Hunter-Reay finished seventh in the IndyCar standings last year and captured his first win in the series at Long Beach. Andretti Autosport struggled to find full-time sponsorship for Hunter-Reay's No. 37 car last year, though he was able to complete the season.
Hunter-Reay will lead a restructured Andretti team that also includes Danica Patrick and Marco Andretti. Longtime Andretti driver Tony Kanaan left the team last fall after his primary sponsor 7-Eleven did not renew its contract.