Growing his partner base for the 2022 Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires season, TJ Speed driver James Roe Jr. is pleased to welcome CES Power to his program. With the first event this coming weekend in St. Petersburg, Florida, CES Power will be present on the front wing of Roe’s #12 Dallara IL-15 as well as in a prominent location on his race suit.
“I am extremely excited to welcome CES Power on board for the 2022 race season,” explained Roe. “In an era where the motorsports industry is turning ‘hybrid,’ now is the perfect time for a company like CES Power to be involved in the most competitive ladder program in the world. Race cars will need to be charged at tracks very soon, and CES Power is the answer.”
CES Power is a trusted partner for turnkey temporary power and HVAC services, providing safe, high-powered solutions for high-profile projects. The company offers a full range of technology-driven power services to the broadcasting, entertainment, and industrial sectors. The company’s deep experience with the unique requirements of temporary instant power supply allows for seamless setup and tear down and speedy service, which tie directly into the fast-paced life of motorsports. Acquired by Allied Industrial Partners LLC in July 2021, CES Power is expanding its reach into new areas as the company continues to grow.
Greg Landa, CEO of CES Power, said, “CES Power has a long history of supplying temporary power to the motorsports industry so becoming a sponsor is a natural next step. We are excited about the future of electric-powered race cars and are proud to be leading the charge as the industry embarks on a path to sustainability. We look forward to a winning season with James and are thrilled to be on his team.”
Roe added, “Our industries align more than most people would think. At the racetrack, we all need temporary and portable power and CES can provide that. This is a name that you will hear in 2022 and for years to come in the world of motorsports.”
As one of Ireland’s top racing drivers, Roe enters the 2022 season as a winner in almost every series he has competed in since transitioning into open-wheel competition. This year, racing alongside the NTT INDYCAR Series, Roe has his sights set on the top step of the podium as he looks to take CES Power to the front of the field.