On the Fast Track with Meyer Shank Racing

SiriusXM is celebrating its partnership with MSR after this year’s Indy 500 win, and gearing up for success all season long.

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In For the Win with MSR
SiriusXM has been a sponsor of Meyer Shank Racing since their INDYCAR debut in the 2017 Indianapolis 500. The company has been on the No. 60 car driven by Jack Harvey every season since, including for Harvey’s breakout INDYCAR podium finish in 2018. The 105th Running of the Indianapolis 500 was Castroneves’ first of six races with MSR. In addition to continuing as a co-primary sponsor on the No. 60 car, SiriusXM is also sponsoring Castroneves’ No. 06 car in two additional races: the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course race (August 14), and the Grand Prix of Portland (September 12).
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Helio Castroneves Returns to MSR for 2022 Season

Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) announced that Helio Castroneves will return for a full NTT INDYCAR series season in 2022 and will attempt to be the first five-time Indianapolis 500 winner in the sport’s history as he is set to pilot the No. 06 AutoNation/ SiriusXM Honda.
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Simon Pagenaud Joins MSR for 2022 Season

Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) announced that INDYCAR SERIES champion and winner of the 2019 Indianapolis 500, Simon Pagenaud, will drive the No. 60 AutoNation/SiriusXM Honda in 2022. He will team with four-time Indianapolis 500 champion Helio Castroneves. 

Hélio Castroneves Taught His Daughter About 'Kissing the Bricks'

2021 Indianapolis 500 winner Hélio Castroneves talks about fatherhood and teaching his daughter the tradition of 'Kissing the Bricks'.

How Hélio Castroneves Got His Start in Racing

2021 Indianapolis 500 winner Hélio Castroneves shares how he got his start in racing during an exclusive SiriusXM Town Hall event hosted by former Indianapolis Colts player Pat McAfee.

Hélio Castroneves Explains the Significance Behind the Celebratory Pink Milk

Indy 500 winner Hélio Castroneves sits down with former Indianapolis Colts player Pat McAfee and breaks down why the traditional celebratory milk was pink this year.

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