Juncos Hollinger Racing and Arrow McLaren IndyCar Team form Strategic Alliance
Indianapolis, IndianaOctober 3, 2023
Juncos Hollinger Racing today announced its plans to enter a strategic alliance with Arrow McLaren IndyCar Team to benefit both teams.
The alliance may evolve over time, beginning with a commercial and strategic focus, working together to grow their respective propositions.
The teams, both powered by Team Chevy, will also consider this alliance as a talent development opportunity, with the potential for engineers, mechanics and drivers to build their experience.
The strategic relationship will be mutually beneficial to extract the strengths of both teams and will be in effect for the 2024 NTT INDYCAR SERIES season.
Gavin Ward, Team Principal, Arrow McLaren said:
“We’re continually working to strengthen all areas of our team, and a strategic alliance with Juncos Hollinger Racing helps both of us in leveraging our commercial and marketing power and the McLaren Racing brand in a new way.”
Ricardo Juncos, President and Co-Owner, Juncos Hollinger Racing said:
“Our two teams have a lot of similarities in how we’re attracting partners and building a fanbase. We’re starting out with a strategic alliance and we’ll see how that may evolve from here.”
Brad Hollinger, Co-Owner, Juncos Hollinger Racing said:
“We believe our alliance will enable us to accelerate our progress while also benefiting McLaren with commercial and talent development opportunities.”
About Juncos Hollinger Racing:
In 2021, Ricardo Juncos, a visionary within the motorsport realm, joined forces with co-owner Brad Hollinger to establish Juncos Hollinger Racing. This monumental collaboration marked the dawn of a new era, characterized by an unwavering commitment to innovation and the pursuit of excellence.
The team’s state-of-the-art headquarters, strategically located near the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway, serves as a testament to their dedication to cutting-edge technology and peak performance.
Juncos Hollinger Racing proudly stands as a formidable presence in the world of motorsports, operating a two-car full-time team in both the NTT INDYCAR SERIES and INDY NXT by Firestone, demonstrating its prowess across multiple racing disciplines.
At the heart of Juncos Hollinger Racing’s mission lies the Driver Development Program, a pivotal initiative that transcends the racetrack. This meticulously designed program is dedicated to nurturing talents from diverse corners of the globe, equipping drivers not only with the skills required to excel on the track but also with the comprehensive knowledge needed to grasp the intricacies of engineering and mechanics.
As Juncos Hollinger Racing continues its journey, the team remains steadfast in its commitment to shaping the future of motorsports. Its pledge is to foster the next generation of racing talent and persist in pushing the boundaries of achievement within the motorsports world.
About McLaren Racing:
McLaren Racing was founded by racing driver Bruce McLaren 60 years ago in 1963. The team entered its first Formula 1 race in 1966. McLaren has since won 20 Formula 1 world championships, 183 Formula 1 grands prix, the Indianapolis 500 three times, and the Le Mans 24 Hours at its first attempt.
McLaren Racing competes across five racing series. The team competes in the FIA Formula 1 World Championship with McLaren F1 drivers Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri, the NTT INDYCAR SERIES with Arrow McLaren drivers Pato O’Ward, Alexander Rossi and David Malukas, the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship with NEOM McLaren Formula E Team drivers Jake Hughes and Sam Bird, and the Extreme E Championship with NEOM McLaren Extreme E Team drivers Emma Gilmour and Tanner Foust. The team also competes in the F1 Esports Pro Championship as McLaren Shadow, having won the 2022 Constructors’ and Drivers’ Championships.
McLaren is a champion for sustainability in the sport and a signatory to the UN Sports for Climate Action Commitment. It is committed to achieving net zero by 2040 and fostering a diverse and inclusive culture in the motorsport industry.
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