Kelley Racing announced that Bryant Heating and Cooling Systems will be the primary sponsor of the #39 entry for Sarah Fisher at the 88th running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, May 30, 2004.
Tom Kelley, co-owner of Kelley Racing, is pleased with the addition of a second car for Kelley’s Indianapolis 500 effort. “Bryant has been an excellent partner to Kelley Racing over the past six seasons and we’re thrilled that they have stepped up to provide sponsorship for Sarah at Indianapolis,” said Kelley. “A second car can provide valuable engineering information and it is certainly helpful at the speedway where there is such a vast amount of data for the team to process. Sarah has been competitive in her five seasons of open-wheel racing and our hope is that with the support of Bryant Heating and Cooling Systems she will have a very successful run at Indy in 2004.”
Bryant has returned with Kelley Racing for their sixth year of sponsorship with the team and their 39th year of sponsorship in the Indianapolis 500. Bryant is the longest running non-automotive sponsor in the Indianapolis field.
This will be Sarah’s fifth start at the Indianapolis 500.‑ Sarah became only the third woman in history to qualify for the Indianapolis 500, in 2000 when she started 19th and finished 31st after an accident.
“This year, I am more prepared than ever for Indianapolis with Kelley Racing as my home. The off-season has been longer, but I’ve also done much more training. I am as fit as I have ever been and I am feeling great about the month ahead. Kelley Racing is just like the Kelley dealerships in Fort Wayne – Professional and First Class. Seeing how the guys are preparing my two cars I am even more enthusiastic than when I first joined the team a month ago. It’s time for me to have a good race at Indianapolis,” said Fisher.
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