Harding Steinbrenner Racing partners with GESS International
GESS International is joining Harding Steinbrenner Racing as primary sponsor of the #88 Honda-powered Indy car for this weekend’s Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama and as an associate sponsor of the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach. An energy service company with twenty-one years of energy efficiency and renewable energy experience, Gess International hopes to continue Colton Herta’s winning momentum following his first-place finish at the Circuit of the Americas in the INDYCAR Classic.
“We’re thrilled that GESS International is joining Harding Steinbrenner Racing at Barber Motorsports Park,” said Mike Harding. “I truly believe they are making a difference in the biogas community and know they will make a difference in the INDYCAR community too. Very excited to see what we can do at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama with GESS International on our car.”
“We are excited to have GESS International as our primary sponsor for the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama,” said George Michael Steinbrenner. “Biofuel is a growing industry, and GESS International has expressed great interest in getting involved in motor racing.”
Located worldwide with offices in London, Ukraine, and throughout the United States, GESS international offers solutions in the field of “green” energy and energy efficiency for the private sector, budgetary organizations, and business. Their specialization includes energy efficiency, co-generation and renewable energy sources.
“Now is perfect timing for GESS International, the largest and fastest growing biogas company, to be working with the fastest driver and growing team of Colton Herta and Harding Steinbrenner Racing,” said Shaun Lee of GESS International. “Coming off the win at COTA, we’re ready for more edge-of-your-seat racing and connecting IndyCar fans to the benefits of biogas.”
Opening practice begins Friday, April 5, at 12:15 a.m. ET. Live coverage from Barber Motorsports Park can be found on the NBC Gold App and continues through each practice and qualifying session of the race weekend. Race day coverage will be live on the NBC Sports Network at 4:00 p.m. ET.