Dale Coyne Racing announce No 18 sponsor

Dale Coyne Racing is proud to announce Z-Line Designs as the primary sponsor on Bruno Junqueira's number 18 IndyCar for the entire 2008 season. "We are pleased to have Z-Line Designs enter the world of IndyCar racing in this very exciting new ...

Dale Coyne Racing announce No 18 sponsor

Dale Coyne Racing is proud to announce Z-Line Designs as the primary sponsor on Bruno Junqueira's number 18 IndyCar for the entire 2008 season.

"We are pleased to have Z-Line Designs enter the world of IndyCar racing in this very exciting new season of racing," commented team owner Dale Coyne. "Jim Sexton and all of his people have been very enthusiastic about the merged series, and this sponsorship is proof that things are going in the right direction for our sport and its valued partners." Bruno Junqueira, the talented Brazilian, will pilot the red and black Z-Line Design HD Furniture car for the entire season included the famed Indianapolis 500. "It is good to have a quality sponsor like Z-Line Designs involved," quoted Bruno. "We hope to make this an exciting year for everyone."

Z-Line Designs is one of the world's leaders in manufacturing of office and home entertainment furniture. With a strong network of distribution both in the United States and abroad, Z-Line looks to expand its market base through aggressive motor sports involvement. "This is a great opportunity to get into this prestigious level of racing in the US," commented Jim Sexton, owner and CEO of Z-Line Designs. "We have seen great results from our previous motor sports marketing efforts and with the merger, IndyCar racing is the place to be."

Z-Line Designs has evolved it's motor sports program, from their initial sponsorship of the Grand Am Rolex series with Finlay Motorsports to the current NASCAR Nationwide series with Joe Gibbs Racing. Z-Line Designs is excited to add the IndyCar Series with Dale Coyne Racing of the program. The Z-Line IndyCar, will debut this weekend at the Gainsco 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Florida. The series will then move to St. Petersburg, Florida, Long Beach, California and Kansas before the historic month of May and the 92nd running of the Indianapolis 500 all a part of the 2008 18 race season.

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