Founded in 1992 when then two-time Indy car champion Bobby Rahal started his own team with Carl Hogan, Rahal Hogan Racing got off to a celebrated start when Rahal won his third championship in the team’s first season of competition. Television icon David Letterman joined the team as an owner in 1996, with the team officially becoming Rahal Letterman Racing in 2004 – the same year that the team won the Indianapolis 500 from pole. Mi-Jack co-owner Mike Lanigan joined the team as a co-owner in 2010, and the team name changed again to reflect the new relationship.
Citrone/Buhl Autosport is a partnership between Robert and Nick Citrone and Tom and Robbie Buhl. Robert Citrone is founder of Discovery Capital Management and the largest minority owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Rob’s son Nick is a Data Analytics Coordinator for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Tom and Robbie own Buhl Sport Detroit, a motorsports marketing company that operates a rallycross team, Racing4Detroit, and an advanced driver training program called Teen Street Skills.
Brett King Design is a motorsport oriented brand rooted in racing, art and innovative design. Based in Southern California, the company was established to exceed, outpace, and evolve the design ethic and style in a complacent market. Our mission is to design without compromise for the most discerning drivers in the world.
RSR seeks to level the playing field by matching corporate sponsors with a very select group of young open-wheel drivers. Drivers who are the whole package, but lack the full backing to progress and flourish. We provide funding, marketing and promotional support, and career guidance to our drivers with the goal of helping them reach the pinnacle of North American open-wheel racing, the IndyCar Series.
Sparco is an Italian auto part and accessory company headquartered in Volpiano, Turin, Italy that specializes in producing items such as seats, steering wheels, harnesses, racewear and helmets.
Bell Sports, a division of Vista Outdoor, is an American manufacturer of bicycle, auto racing, and motorcycle helmets. BRG Sports, owner of Riddell football helmets, sold the Bell, Giro, C-Preme, and Blackburn brands to Vista in 2016.