Originally written on Race Review Online  |  Last updated 1/12/13
Bryan Herta Autosport has secured funding again for the 2013 IZOD IndyCar Series season. Barracuda Networks will return as the primary sponsor of the No. 98 Honda for Alex Tagliani. That’s big as the team won’t have to stress about funding and can look for another primary sponsor for a potential second car. “Barracuda Networks has proven to be an ideal partner for Bryan Herta Autosport and our Barracuda Racing IndyCar,” team co-owner Bryan Herta said. “In 2012 we achieved many milestones together, and we plan to build on those successes on and off the track together. Barracuda is well-known for their performance, reliability and quality, and we are proud to represent the brand for a second year in the IZOD IndyCar Series.” Tagliani had eight top 10 finishes in 14 races for BHA last season. He missed the Brazil race in early May due to dropping Lotus as their engine manufacturer and picking up a deal with Honda starting for the Month of May at Indianapolis through the rest of the season. Once Tagliani was in the Honda powered car he was a threat every weekend and was very fast. I’m looking forward to seeing what the Canadian can do this season coming off of a good second half of the season and having familarity with getting everyone back including the sponsor. The post IndyCar: Alex Tagliani Nabs Sponsor for 2013 Season appeared first on Race Review Online.
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