Formerly based in Zionsville, Zak Brown is leaving his executive role with a global marketing firm. He admits only that he plans to be “heavily involved” in F1, but isn’t as coy about the likelihood of a series race in Indianapolis.
The 10-year sponsorship deal, approved by the Avon School Board of Trustees, names Andy Mohr as the district’s exclusive “automotive partner.”
Target Corp. will leave IndyCar at the end of this season after 27 years with Chip Ganassi Racing that included 11 championships and four Indianapolis 500 victories.
USA Track & Field CEO Max Siegel is staring at his organization’s biggest growth opportunity—and deepest potential pitfall–next month’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Monumental Marathon Executive Director Blake Boldon called the three-year title sponsorship deal with CNO Financial Group “a game-changing sponsorship.”
Roger Penske is bringing former IndyCar owner John Menard back to the series as a team sponsor.
An automobile dealer is giving $1.5 million to replace the bleachers at a local high school's football stadium that have been closed off because of safety concerns.
The $40 million redesign’s most prominent addition is a south lobby main entrance featuring an atrium with a massive window overlooking the court.
Lebanon-based D-A Lubricants will pay $5.2 million over three years to make its PennGrade1 motor oil the presenting sponsor of the Indianapolis 500 through 2018.
Indy Eleven General Manager Peter Wilt isn’t too worried about the team’s 6.3 percent attendance drop this year, because of gains in sponsorship, food and beverage sales, and soccer-camp revenue.
Roderick Perry, senior associate director of athletics for Wright State University, will assume his new role with IUPUI on Jan. 1. He succeeds Michael Moore, who held the job for 19 years.
The Indiana Pacers’ $50 million, five-story training venue will be called the St. Vincent Center and offer primary care, cardiovascular and sports performance services for the public.
The government wants to see Lance Armstrong’s medical records from his treatments for cancer as it attempts to recover millions of dollars in sponsorship money paid to his cycling teams.
The east-side apparel factory could lose about one-fourth of its business when its NBA contract expires in 2017, industry experts said. But Adidas officials are confident there will be no layoffs to the local staff of 1,100.
The 33-year-old Patrick is in the final year of her contract at Stewart-Haas Racing and landing a primary sponsor could be key to her NASCAR future.
Revolution, founded by Indiana University graduate John Rowady, recently acquired Indianapolis-based Acts Marketing. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Lucas Oil Co. is the expected winner during this year's Final Four, and the JW Marriott is turning out to be just as good a billboard as it is a hotel.
The local racing team claimed it lost a $13.1 million sponsorship with the Army National Guard because of bid-rigging and other improprieties. A federal judge disagreed.
Steak n Shake will enter IndyCar this year as primary sponsor for Graham Rahal for five races, including the Indianapolis 500.