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Penske confirms ongoing partnership with Verizon

Roger Penske is sorry to see the upcoming split between Verizon and IndyCar following the 2018 season. The Captain, who introduced the telecommunications company to IndyCar in 2009, hailed the brand's involvement in marketing the series to a wider audience when it took over title sponsorship of the sport in 2014."We want to thank Verizon for the support they have provided the IndyCar Series and the leading role they have played as they helped us grow the sport as the title sponsor for the past five years," he said "Verizon has helped the series reach new fans through their world-class activation and technology, including the Verizon IndyCar Mobile App.Penske also confirmed...
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