DHL Jumps Aboard Alex Palou, Looks To Continue Winning Partnership

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By Dylan Spaulding

DHL, a logistics mailing delivery company who has been sponsoring in IndyCar for years, will be jumping ship over to Chip Ganassi Racing, sponsoring Alex Palou for the upcoming 2024 season.

DHL is coming over from Andretti, after most recently sponsoring Romain Grosjean in what has become the iconic #28 red and yellow livery.

The deal is planning on being a multi-year deal with Palou and Chip Ganassi to be the primary sponsor after American Legion moved over to sponsor Felix Rosenqvist for 2024.

The company has seen exponential success with their teams and drivers sponsored, seeing wins come under the Andretti team including Ryan Hunter Reay, who grabbed 13 victories while driving the DHL machine, including a Indy 500 win and IndyCar championship.

Now with Alex Palou finding recent success, winning his second IndyCar championship this past season, DHL is planning on continuing to partner up with a winning team and driver.

Palou will run the DHL #10 scheme, which will something to get used to come March, when the season opens on the streets of St. Petersburg in Florida.

This race will also be special in regards to DHL, with their regional headquarters located in Plantation, FL, just over an hour away from where the race will be taking place.

Hopefully this partnership will bring more success for both parties and for how exciting it has been to see Palou become one of the stars of IndyCar, Chip Ganassi, DHL and Alex Palou should make for a great combo in 2024.

It will be interesting to see how Palou will perform, especially now that IndyCar will be racing with two different cars in a sense for next season, not racing with the hybrid component until after the Indy 500.

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