|NBCSN is such a horrible partner for IndyCar they show the Indy Lights race over a week after it runs at 2 AM in the morning to ensure only 5 or 6 people are still awake to see it.|
Deltro Energy, a member of The Deltro Group of Companies, has partnered with Andretti-Steinbrenner Racing to support Colton Herta in his rookie Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires season.
Based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, Deltro Energy designs and installs energy storage systems with emerging technologies such as Lithium-ion batteries and fly wheels. Deltro Energy delivers innovative solutions for public power utility grids, renewable energy integration into electrical distribution systems and behind-the-meter applications.
Becoming the primary sponsor of the No. 98 Deltro Energy Mazda, the company joins the newly-formed Andretti-Steinbrenner Racing for the 2017 season. Expressing excitement about this weekend’s Mazda Indy Lights Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Presented by Cooper Tires, Deltro Energy's Chief Executive Officer, David Del Mastro said, “On behalf of Deltro Energy, we are proud to be working with Andretti-Steinbrenner Racing this season and are excited to be the primary sponsor of car No. 98. We are looking forward to a successful season with our driver Colton Herta, who is a promising up-and-comer."
Steinbrenner Racing President George Michael Steinbrenner IV agrees with David Del Mastro. “We’re really excited to have Deltro Energy on board. It is always great to have a sponsor that provides a service that you support, and it’s also great that they are just as excited as we are to get the season started!"
“It’s great for Deltro Energy to be on board this season," said driver of the No. 98 Deltro Energy Mazda, Colton Herta. “I can’t wait to see how we mutually grow our companies together this year."
The Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires takes to the Streets of St. Petersburg, Florida for a double-header to kick off the season this weekend, hitting the track for Race 1, Saturday, March 11, at 5:10 p.m. ET. Green flag for Race 2 will drop, Sunday, March 12, at 9:45 a.m. ET. Fans can tune in to the action, live-streamed through IndyCar.com, IndyLights.com, through the RoadtoIndyTV app and the IMS Radio Network.
Rounds 1 & 2 of Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires competition will be broadcast on NBCSN, Saturday, March 18, at 2 a.m. ET.