Reigning Indianapolis 500 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay has re-signed a new three-year deal to remain with the Andretti Autosports team.
The American’s rehiring was announced at the same time as that of long-time sponsor, DHL, who will continue to have primary sponsorship of his #28 Chevrolet-powered machine.
Hunter-Reay has raced with the Andretti stable for the past four seasons, which peaked when he won the Drivers’ Championship title in 2012. He currently lies third in this year’s standings, and is still within mathematical contention of claiming a second crown in the final two races of the season.
“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,” the 33-year-old said of his new deal.
“I’m happy to call both organisations family and proud of how we have grown together over the past years.”
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