by RainMaker Inc. August 09, 2022
FluidLogic™ driver and six-time IndyCar champion, Scott Dixon took first at the Music City Grand Prix in Nashville this Sunday. The victory made history, by moving Dixon to second place for all-time in IndyCar wins with 53. He passed Mario Andretti, who had 52, and trails A.J. Foyt who had 67.
During the race, Dixon started 14th and fell to 23rd, where he was rear-ended before charging back to lead the final 15 laps and claim his second win of the season. "It was a wild day. Kudos to the team, as our strategy was right-on.” Dixon said. “It feels special, very special, to get this 53rd race win here in Nashville.”
Recent studies confirm the importance of consistent hydration in driver focus and performance. During the race, Dixon’s team runs the FluidLogic hydration system, the most advanced personal automated drink system available. FluidLogic delivers precise bursts of fluid through a nozzle integrated into the driver’s helmet microphone. The technology includes a steering wheel-mounted, illuminated button that remains perfectly in sync with the driver’s hydration levels. When the button blinks, it’s time to drink. It’s that simple.
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