Rahal Letterman Racing and driver Graham Rahal will carry the purple and white colors of Quick Trim on their No. 30 Dallara-Honda for this year's Indianapolis 500.
Putting to rest earlier theories about the car's number change from No. 17, such as the return of former IndyCar sponsor Domino's Pizza, the team unloaded the car on Saturday with the new sponsor already on the car. It will be Quick Trim's first IZOD IndyCar Series race as a sponsor, and the younger Rahal's first race for his father Bobby's team if the car qualifies for the event.
Quick Trim is a popular diet system that claims to burn calories and supercharge workouts. It is endorsed by popular celebrities like the Kardashian sisters, Kim and Khloe, stars of popular E! reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians. The product is backed by a 30-day money-back guarantee as advertised on its website.