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    Pippa Mann is a British racing car driver who began her racing career in 2003. Since 2011, she has competed in the Verizon IndyCar Series and is currently a team member of Dale Coyne Racing. In 2014, Pippa announced a partnership with Susan G. Komen and drove the No. 63 racing car featuring Susan G. Komen in the 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018 Indianapolis 500s.


    Pippa Mann Racing – Get Involved

    It’s the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500, and IndyCar Driver Pippa Mann celebrates her fifth year of supporting Susan G. Komen.

    Pippa will return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with Dale Coyne Racing, where she will drive the No. 63 car in her sixth Indy 500 appearance on Sunday, May 27. From Opening Day at IMS through Race Day, Pippa’s car, helmet and firesuit will all sport the Komen logo.

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    Pippa Mann encourages her fans to get involved and help Komen end breast cancer forever by making a donation.
    More information about Komen’s partnership with Pippa Mann can be found at pippamann.com.

    Our corporate partners and sponsors are passionate about their involvement with us, engaging their customers, employees and communities in our mission to save lives and end breast cancer. Through their generosity, we educate millions of women and families about breast cancer and raise crucial funds for breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment. We strive to serve as a valuable nonprofit partner by developing partnerships that are beneficial for the consumer, the company and for our mission.

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