Sato to Pilot No. 26 Dickinson Fleet Services Honda at Sonoma Season Finale

Indianapolis-based fleet maintenance and
repair company, Dickinson Fleet Services has solidified a multi-year renewal
with Andretti Autosport and will continue to build on the established relationship
throughout the upcoming INDYCAR seasons. To kick off this expanded
relationship, the No. 26 Honda of reigning Indianapolis 500 Champion Takuma
Sato will carry black and yellow for the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season
finale at Sonoma Raceway Sunday.  

Joining Michael Andretti’s armada of
racing teams in May of 2016, Dickinson Fleet Services became the Official
Service Provider and Fleet Management Company of Andretti Autosport. Providing
preventative maintenance and ensuring that the team transporters arrive at racetracks
safely, the relationship with Dickinson Fleet Services has proved essential for
the success across the entire organization.  

we travel to IndyCar races, we travel with 10 tractor-trailers every weekend.
The fleet maintenance of our transporters is just as essential as the maintenance
of our race cars,” said Andretti Autosport CEO Michael
Andretti. “Dickinson Fleet Services has performed above and beyond and is a key
part of keeping our team rolling. Not only are they professional and the best
in the business when it comes to fleet maintenance, but they’re also just right
down the road here in Indianapolis.”  

“Andretti Autosport has the highest expectations for
performance, safety and winning,” said Ted
Coltrain, Executive Officer, Dickinson Fleet Services. “We pride ourselves on providing maintenance
excellence and safety at every level of our service. The entire team at
Dickinson Fleet Services is honored to be recognized by Andretti Autosport as a
vital partner in their success both on and off the track. We look forward
to being  part of Andretti Autosport’s
winning tradition for many years to come.”

The Verizon IndyCar Series
kicks off its last race of 2017 at Sonoma Raceway with practice starting at 1
p.m. ET Friday, Sept. 15. Tune in to NBC Sports Network Sunday, Sept. 18, to
catch all the racing action live for the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma.