INDIANAPOLIS – The No. 25 Indy car of Marco Andretti will see the addition of Indianapolis-based Indy Trading Post for the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis and the 98th running of the Indianapolis 500.
The third-generation racer is fresh off a second-place finish at Barber Motorsports Park and heads into the Grand Prix of Indianapolis weekend sixth in the championship points standings.
Located just south of downtown Indianapolis, Indy Trading Post is the city’s go-to for family shooting sports. The local business provides a safe and relaxed environment for those who wish to learn about firearm safety and responsible gun ownership by experienced professionals in a family friendly setting.
In addition to a spot on the No. 25 Snapple Honda, Indy Trading Post will continue its relationship with Jarett Andretti, son of John Andretti and cousin to Marco Andretti, where the local business has branding on the third-generation racer’s sprint cars. Jarett most recently competed in the Glen Niebel Classic driving the No. 18 Indy Trading Post Pavement Sprint Car at Anderson Speedway on April 27 where he finished fourth in his second pavement sprint car race of his career.