Gabby Chaves, 2014 Indy Lights Champion, was announced last month as the driver for the #98 Bowers & Wilkins Dallara-Honda. Chaves will be a leading contender for the Sunoco Rookie of the Year title in the Verizon IndyCar Series. The livery of the car will be revealed at Indycar’s upcoming Spring Training at Barber Motorsports Park on March 16–17.
Bowers & Wilkins products are used as the standard inthe most demanding recording studios around the world as well as in the homes of discerning sound enthusiasts everywhere. Additionally, Bowers & Wilkins offer a line of headphones and wireless music systems. Technology has always been at the forefront of Bowers & Wilkins business, and it’s that correlation that attracts them to the Verizon IndyCar Series.
Quotes from David Bowen: “We are very proud to represent the Bowers & Wilkins brand and are excited to extend our relationship into the primary position. Bowers & Wilkins are a global brand with many attributes that resonate with our team and the Verizon IndyCar Series such as teamwork, precision, performance, innovation, and technology.”
Quotes from Joe Atkins, Chairman & CEO of Bowers & Wilkins: “Bowers & Wilkins is thrilled to be again involved with Bryan and David in support of the BHA #98 entry for the upcoming IndyCar season. IndyCar provides a great opportunity for us to engage our national dealer network and expose the brand to our target demographic.”