While Josef Newgarden was wrapping up his two days of an IZOD IndyCar Series Open Test at Barber Motorsports Park, Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing co-owner Sarah Fisher was in Las Vegas to assist in unveiling the livery of the No. 21 car for the Indianapolis 500.
Global real estate franchisor Century 21 will be the primary sponsor of the team's primary car for the 97th Running of the 500 Mile Race.
“Being part of a team that brings new partners to IndyCar is an honor for us here at SFHR,” Fisher said. “Not only do we feel inspired after being chosen by Century 21, but we are also proud to represent such a strong brand whose household name resonates well beyond their industry."
As a rookie at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2012, Newgarden turned heads by topping the speed charts on multiple practice days and securing the highest spot on the starting grid of all Honda-powered cars.
“It makes sense for us to team up with a world-class company like Century 21 at the biggest race in the world, and it’s a huge coup for SFHR,” Newgarden said. “We proved that we were one of the fastest teams on that track last year, and I can’t wait to get out there and do it again with Century 21 behind us.”
Century 21 is comprised of about 7,100 independently owned and operated franchised broker offices in 73 countries and territories worldwide with more than 100,000 sales professionals.
“Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing has made significant investment in the future of our organization and our path to becoming a leader in the IZOD IndyCar Series,” team co-owner Wink Hartman said. “Recognized as the global leader in residential real estate sales, Century 21 is already at the top of their respective game."
Opening Day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is May 12. Pole Day is May 18.