IndyCar driver Mianna Wick has a great 2016 season in her rear view mirror. She reports she spent a lot of time testing and getting up to speed in her Indy car.
"Every driver spends many years training, getting experience, and making a name for himself/herself before making their debut in the Verizon IndyCar Series," Wick said. "You don't just wake up one day and say you'll be joining the Verizon IndyCar series today. It takes many years of training and hard work to make that dream come true."
She continued, "You need someone to believe that you have what it takes before you've actually achieved it."
She said she would not have been able to complete the next step without sponsor Kwiki Tire Service.
"This year we had a dire need of a TON of car batteries," Wick said. "I went in and asked Rich if he could help me out. Before I knew it, I had all the batteries I needed to get back on the track."
Wick added that she is grateful to all the sponsors who have helped her on her Verizon IndyCar series journey.
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