INDIANAPOLIS, March 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Bell Techlogix, a leading IT managed services and solutions company, announced today that it will be one of Pippa Mann's sponsors for the Indy 500.
Pippa Mann is returning to Dale Coyne Racing for this year's Indianapolis 500. The popular race car driver will be racing car #63. With this sponsorship, the Bell Techlogix logo will be prominently featured on the car and on her racing suit. Bell Techlogix clients will have the opportunity to attend many of the Indy 500 events as well as meeting with Pippa. Bell Techlogix supports Pippa and her primary sponsor, Donate Life Indiana and their worthy mission to save lives by creating opportunities for all Indiana citizens to sign up on the official state registry while striving to raise awareness for organ, eye and tissue donation and transplantation through public education.
"I'm excited to be partnered with another Indianapolis based organization like Bell Techlogix, a leading hi-tech managed services company focused on IT managed services, analytics and service management," said Pippa Mann.
"We are delighted to announce our sponsorship of Pippa Mann said Ron Frankenfield, CEO, Bell Techlogix. "We look forward to watching her race and are proud to be supporting her in Donate Life's great cause."
About Pippa Mann:
Pippa Mann is an IndyLights race winner, top five championship finisher and was the first female racer ever to win a pole at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. She was also voted Most Popular Driver by the fans in IndyLights in 2010. Her first Indycar start came at the 2011 Indianapolis 500, where she became the first British female racer to ever qualify for the race. Since 2011, Pippa has started six Indianapolis 500s, and currently holds the records the first female racer to ever turn a lap above 230mph at the famous speedway.
Pippa first became a Driven2SaveLives Driver Ambassador in the lead up to the 2017 Indianapolis 500, and first carried the marks on her car in the fall of that season in a partnership with Donor Network West. Bryan Clauson, beloved Hoosier driver who saved five lives through organ donation, was one of her Indy 500 teammates. With permission from Bryan's parents, she races with a grasshopper on the back of her helmet, and the words "Forever Chasing 200" to represent her friendship with Bryan.
In 2018, she will attempt to qualify for her seventh start at the Greatest Spectacle in Racing in the #63 Donate Life Dale Coyne Racing Honda.
About Bell Techlogix:
Bell Techlogix, headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, provides transformational Next Generation Digital Workplace and Infrastructure Management solutions to large and mid-market enterprises, as well as the public sector.