We are downgrading this rumor to 'false' today. Paul Gentilozzi told AutoRacing1.com, "I don't know how these rumors get started, there is no truth to it. DHL was two days late wiring money over and somehow that got twisted into they were dropping their sponsorship." 08/12/05
DHL is still on Glock's car here in Denver so it's possible there's no truth to this rumor. Mark C. 08/12/05
in the Globe and Mail says – "Across the ocean in North America, former F1 driver Timo Glock remains close to losing his Champ Car drive as sponsor DHL is thought to be reconsidering its involvement. The German secured his place with the team by using the promise of $4-million in sponsorship support from DHL. It is possible that the 23-year-old may not finish the season with the team."