Ryan Hunter-Reay is a driver on a hot streak, winning three consecutive IZOD IndyCar Series races and launching into the championship points lead. Hunter-Reay proudly flies the American flag after each victory, and he's the first American-born racer to lead the championship since Sam Hornish Jr. in 2006. This weekend at the Edmonton Indy, Ryan will attempt to do what no driver has done in six years: win four straight IndyCar races.
Can he do it?
Hunter-Reay is a man on a mission, with no time to waste when he's not behind the wheel of the No. 28 DHL/Sun Drop Chevrolet for Andretti Autosport. So, who did he turn to when he needed a new website? GoDaddy.com.
Go Daddy's Dream Design Team worked closely with Hunter-Reay to design a website that fit the driver's needs and personality. RyanRacing.com went live in May, just in time for his hot streak, and features news, videos and all the details you want about the winningest active American driver in IndyCar racing.
"Go Daddy has been a great team sponsor of Andretti Autosport," Hunter-Reay said. "But that's not the only reason why I chose them. My website needed a complete overhaul, and I wanted something on the cutting edge of website design. It not only had to fit my style - which it does - but it had to have a design and layout that was flexible so we can continue to add features or elements. Go Daddy was able to design a layout that can adapt and adjust in the future, especially with new innovations in social media. It's something we can build upon for years to come. I couldn't be happier with the design and the user-friendly format."
"RyanRacing.com is a terrific example of what Go Daddy offers customers," said Go Daddy Marketing Vice President, Teri Dhooge. "Ryan already had the vision, he just needed someone to help execute it. The Go Daddy team worked with Ryan every step of the way to create a website that fans will love."
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