In anticipation of the 2016 Indycar Season, my husband and I have been watching and following our favorite drivers. One of my favorite drivers and PWD, Charlie Kimball, has been spotted with a new color scheme during practices and testing the last few weeks in Sonoma, Phoenix, and now St. Petersberg. Here are a few shots:
Looks good right, but there’s no more blue and orange. He’s still got Novo Nordisk sponsorship on the car, though. Now it’s got me thinking. Is it me or does this color scheme look very similar to a newly released long acting insulin that I happen to hear amazing things about? Amazing as in the potential to only have to take it every other day and a reduction in night time lows. You tell me:
Wouldn’t it be cool to see a big ol’ Tresiba FlexTouch® on the sidepod of that Indycar? I’d also love to see a ginormous Tresiba® Lollypop at thier pit box so Charlie knows where to stop!
Watch Charlie this Sunday March 13th on ABC! I know I will!
6 replies on “Charlie Kimball’s Indycar No Longer Blue and Orange? ”
Charlie Kimball rocks.I loved the information and as such I included it on the blog page for TUdiaebtes for march 14, 2016.
Charlie Kimball does rock, doesn’t he? Thank you for sharing my posts on TuDiabetes.org. It’s an honor to be on the site.
Way to go Arlene! I love you, your amazing enthusiasm for life and passion for helping others live well with diabetes!
Thank you! And Right back at cha, girl!!! P.S. There is a follow up post to this one!
Ohhh….. And I LoVE Tresiba!!
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